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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." HE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:— [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
AGi EAaiNTS,"lSNDAY TIMES.6 N ", SUDAY TIMEs" CAN DBI OBTA-INE .9FOM THE FOLLOWING AGEBITS.- Mr. `John V~anisy, Bay.stssot. Globo : Mlr . Chop~oonBrld1go Honsoo 9'oreot lodge.· pIr..G.. Casolloa, Elizaboth-sttoct, Bolmsoro P .rh • Jio. J0 hhohr, Hliza othlstrcot, ?osat Bathurat .Thr, B,;7ani 87 Geor gestroot W et Mrs. Hoorr, 21 lobo ?oint Boad B:r Frost, 81 Georgo-otroct, C?smpordown Mri 0. Gough, TObacconist, Globo;road Mr.,'ollman, Gcorgo.otroot West, ol?9poito Bol; way Station . 9 r;,C. Browis, 13 GbrgSo-stroo? Wat. Nr,G . Hililirsl,'1)Slo3K i-trro, Noewtown . " Hr.'J. C. Vocuseolsob 281 King-stroot; Noalown Mr.3J.T. Jones, Tobasconisot, Bonly 251,t. Cannon, 217 O.tord-stroot, oppoal'o goal 5r; JobnL. Bcrghoefer, 820, Plit-streob Mr.'Gndoe. Cntorl;tcry-road;Petorsham • 1f1rs Hitcholt, Notoon strot, Pa ershmb . . MrYTbylin; 249 Oxford-trrot, oppoaito gaol Mr: O. Evcnsrd,1l20 sfdtlbtotr .... oo• i I?dii~n. M 86I? 80?fon-ir~stref .'. . M?·Iz'..:ca~ndrltt; Chtiroh-treot? ?Paertmattn....
HOW THE KISS HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
fIOW THE sKSS HAPSENED. The other night Mrs. Astor's little girl Ethel danced with Freddy Livingstone, who, in the excess of his innocent love and ioy, put his arms around her, neck and kissed her. " . " " "Oh, Ethel. I'm pshamed, to think youi should let a little boy kiss you," said her Smother. , "Well, mamma,.I couldn't help it,' said Ethel. "You ecouldn't help it i"- exolaimed her mother. "No, mamma. You see Freddy and I were dancing the polka. Freddy had to stand up close to me, and all at once his lips s dpped and the kiss happened."
AMALGAMATED JOURNEYMEN TAILORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
.AMALGAMATED JOURNEYMEN STAILORS' ASSOCIATION. A special meeting of .the above associa tion was held last night at Murphy's Albion Hotel, Campbell and .lizabeth streets.' There was a large attendance, Mr. Peter Strong ocupying the chair. SDuring the earlypart of the proceedings a good deal of business of a routine character 'weas disposed of, which was fol lowed by a discussion concerning .the Trades Hall,it being ultimately agreed, on the motion of-Messrs. Mooney and Wright, " That this societytransfer the prdposed de bentures into shares, as suggested by the Trades Hall Commit?tee." 'A few questions were then put with re gard to trade matters,- and a deisultory though interesting discussion ensued, re sulting in. the passing of a resolution to the effect.that a deputtion.wait on tho firms :interested, and request them to let the settlement of one or 'tiwo matters re main inabeyance until'the revision of the logis completed, Other business of the society of an unimportant atnure br...
STRIKE OF THE LIGHTERMEN. WARRNAMBOOL, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
STRIKE OF THE LIGHTEI MEN.?? BDY WI?-?LFRO x oUn OWN cOInarPOND)NT?. WARINIAMBOOL, SUNDAY. . The Warrnamboollightoermen, in accord-. ance with ~the advice received from the: Trades Hall Council, struck on Saturday and refused to load the Julia Percy, which was to leave during thoe afternoon. Over 200O tons, principally of potatoes, were awaiting shipment,and the agents procured volunteers to do the work;:plenty of men were forthcoming, 2s. an hour being offered.. The vessel was modred alongside the jetty, which disposed of the nocessity of lightering, and the whole of the produce was placed on board in unprecedentedly quick:time; 2151 tons being shipped in abot ~four hours and a-half; It is said that in fine weather the steamers could always be brought alongside'the jetty, but for the objection of the lightormen, who would thus have less employment. There is a general feeling of iatisfaction that a basis of agreement has been arrived iat, as the produce trade was becoming paralysed ...
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. BASIS OF ARBITRATION ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE WHARF :LABOURERS' STRIKE. (From Mondaya's Ago.) nASBI OF ABLITIATION ABiSANOED. The feeling of consciousness of impend ing evil which has been experienced by mIany classes of the community during the pIast week will be coisiderably relieved this morning, when it becomes known that those well-advised, temperate, and jaudi ciously conducted negotiations which were undertaken by Mr. Lyell and Mr. Murphy towards .the close of last week have. re suited in the primary advantage of the wharf labourers' strike being suspended'; and secondly, in the adoption of an equitable basis upon which a board of arbitration may proceed tdodeal judicially with the merits ofthe dispute. Tlise-h py arrangement of'a'very complicated misundersatfdingis highly'creditable to,. both mediators, who havo shown' apublic spirited ddsire for, the, genui~iilell-being, withis as exeoptionial as it :is!Levidently disinterested. Messrs., Tucker and Mansfield are also deservin?g of recigition for ,the fai mannmier i...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
* M' WUNICIPAIL COUNCIIL.. LIVERPOOL. The rcglnar'fortnightly meeting of the Liverpool Msinicipal'Council'was held on Monday evening last. Present: The Mayor, and Aldermn mn' Bull;j.Prkes,. 'Ash croft, Taylor, .ilson and Brown. The minutes of the previous general and a specillt ieeting were readandconfirmed. .. Correspondence was read from' Harrie Wood,' Under-Secretary. Mines Depart ment,' stating that Scott-street had been marked for alinm ent as snuggested. From the Mayor of lathurst, asking the council to co-operate for the pnrpoae' of securing money placed ' on the supplementary estimate foir improving and purchasing par'is and'reoreation grounds. The conun '?cil agreed'to co-operate with the Bathurst body. The 'finance committee's report, recomnnending' payment of accounts amounting tob.b9 18s. 8d., wais received. 'It was' decided, on a motion by Alderman 'Taylor,' seconded ' by: Alderman Parkes, that a deijtation, consisting of the Mayor, Aldermen' Bull, Piirkes, Scirivener, ...
GOOD TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
COOOD TASTE We now, after the consideration of how to. save dressmaker's bills, have to con sidoer tho different styles of dressing so as to suit individual peculiarities,;and here the great law in art of contrast comes strongly into play. Thus, a short, stout flre should have perpendicular trim nmngs to her dress, the eye being thus carried to lines marking the hoight,-not the breath, of her person. A tall figure, on the contrary, may have bands of trimming : or tucks ruinning. across .the Skirt; this reduces-the- apparent height.. Stout people, be they tall or short, should remember that they require almhnost no trimmings or punffings. They looek hand somely dressedin quite a plain garment,if it be well cut and rich in texture. Thin. people, on the contrary, take any amount of trimming and puffing to give them a su~plciently clothed appearance. -he first rtudy in every case is what is becomning: not what is fashioeable, and; thanks to the attention-paid tothismatterbyauthoritiess ...
SPORTING. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
SPORTING. NOTICE. AQUATICS, &TeLEnTCe, ,Ž5 GnEcnmao Sponn. ecroearies ewill obligc by sending erogramgee and p?rticulars as curly as sible. lleCocLNs.--Early information of rens, mabihos, or moctlogs will bo highly approciatcd. COncaEc.-Selcrarios of Clubs will grcatly oebigo by forwarding information of pending snatbche, alno particulars of any club matches ans soon aftc?rconclusion of play as conv?onint.
TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
TU IP PITUIES. 1800. JAn?Unu. 20, 21, 22. Tansmanlun. lacing Club. 2. IoselIll hare Club. 26, 27. Jouno haeing Club. 26. rdney Turf Club, Randwick. Hu'idicas January 18.. . 20. Camden, and Caspbelliown "locke ClCub Entriles, 1th isantn " 280 0. Geolong .C. Generalo teil entrieslth 20. Goulburn'S eitnr Iaeo eeting. 20. Windsor Farm laceing Club; HEtjies, January 16 " ' 1, 4. aidwood VT.C. 3,4. Now Engma?L . " S4. New n nAnnual 3,5. Temora J.C. Nominations for Town Plato and Temora Jockey Club Handicap close on January7; 1 ov. eouch. Woights,:Jaunury 15; nccnpta~nces,Jmnmsy p22 . 6. Sydney Driving Park Club. 17 and 18. atihursot TuracDlub 27. Bosehill. 11,23. fewosartlo J.C" 31. Victoria Asmatour , .T.C o r Gneral entries, P:ebreary2; weighte, Pcbrmoy " 18, 10. Burroswa d.C. "• 20. Canterbury Park Race Club. 2, 25. Croekwoll J.C..l - Glenn Ineo. ,. Burranoeng Turf Ci b.' Entr.Oolibuseerp9 27. V. P.. C. Autoumn. Entries for oewnarbet Ha ndicap and duortelun Cup, Januury4a; ucighte, Jan...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
OOURSING . The New SouthWales Coursing. Ginub holdl the ollowing meetings during the yea :- May 14 and 15, at Woodutock-DeJby, Oaks; (a. rington Cup. &. Jnne 38 and 19, at Woodeink,-The.t, 9egir, Watorloo.Cup, and Waterloo Purse. b~gust O and , ?nt Woodstoch--Sydosy, lqp, Purso, and?jAte.
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. 1mry 9. " is; W M~nAdthl tCo f p gr ts; Bceoptances , as. Bathurst Shef~eld Handlicap.' EMt~ies, Jan. 26. Eas MatlnadAtlhletie Gatrlingi.. 26. Caledonine Spor? Pavkes- . 20. Blaney Shefield Hnendicap (240) and Sports.; FEoRUonY. -- Ndgee Sheffield Iandieap (0100). 24. Oudgee Shefflo'..Hendieap. Nomisatiqos .ebruary 10 S 317 20. Sir Joseph Banle's HEaidea~ nnrJ?'e close Febraury 5. Halidcap. Feprsizy 35. Acoeptneces, Eeh 0. " 5. Oddfollows' Shefield anso/icap, eoolqngagse.. 20.26. Stawell (Vie.)4 thletic Club (Easter Sl1t. 100)". Entries lrch.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
*The museum of St.'Ptrugpossesses. a:bank ndte, which:is problly the oldest in existence. It is of the Imperial Bank of China, issued by the Chinese. Governi .menit,ansd dates froni the year 1899 B.C. The note at a sdvereign value, with a conm pound interest, ought o have develboped into soven inillionstrling. SThe last words of G~sbettta were,"I am' lost, I am lost1" , Tasso died a calm and beautiful death, saying, 'IntoThy hands, O Lord !" Goethe said, "Let the light enter;" and Hayden, with the interest of his country i at heart; said, "God preserve the Emperor l" Madame de Stael's last words were, "I have loved God, my father, and liberty." "Let me diea to the sounds of delicious, music," said Mirabeau. Ask for DynseonDros'seNoctarinamT,-ATrt.) : i ACCIDENT ISNOULANCE piOYM. 3' Is this an isenrance office ?" he asked :of the long haired clerk;, with his head tolcked under the'leaves of a ledger. "Yes, sir," responded the. clerk, "can we do anything for you We can. insure your li...
POOR MISS MOONSHEE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
POOR MISS MOONSHEE. Picture to yourself a neat little figure, habited in a rustling brown silk gown, point lace cap and collar and black mittens; a small elderly lady with mild wandering blue i yeos and a tremulous mouth, whoso uncor tain glance and shrifiking manner spoke of somo terrible shock sustained by-the' nbrvous: systemi in days gone by. Such.was MissMfoonsleo whenl]" first made her acquaintance. I was the daughter of a Melbourne merchant, arid was born'and brought up in that city, but at the date of my story (1872) we had removed to Rich mond, a suburb of the Victor;an capital., A strong active girlof 17, I was daily in the habit of walking up to' town to attend classes at a school in--- street. During my walk to and froi' Melbourno I was more than once struck by toh appear ance of oni of the cottages which I passed. :'It' was a neat 'little 'place. painted white, with green .verandah posts. The windows which faced the rdad wor' full of rare geraniums anid: ferno, and the;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
Publio Company. ANNUAJ, 5.IE: 1XO?5 ONI MILLIOH RENTS INSUREDP Phot-clas DWZIAEINS BIGHTEENPENCE SER C100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION iDAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. STEAM BETWEEN SYDNEY AND GOSPORLD. , .s. . .. .. . . O - .DBRISBBNN-WATER. " T• esteamor"CHAELOT TE EEWICH leaves PATENT SIP;WEVHFP?'t830 a ams tand No. JETTY, Circular Q~hey, t 9 .m. daIly, leaving Pomeagero OsFORD, on the Ti a gioing Pnssengers nbguttwow hours'tu'osf owneY r o dl th them in Sydney about 5 p.m. Special Trips on Sundays at ?Excursion ?ateos. .Leavingtho Potenh lip Wharf at8.30 o.m., calling at Darling.street, Olmais, and No.2 Jetti, CirOla R Quay,, at 9 a.m Tho ouperlor nccommmdatlon 'and sa?oni qealities of tohis steamer, as well as the spee and regularity oft he trips, offer spa?cpil inducont .aen . • LYALL SCOTT, " a t Patent Slip Wharf. G 8OSPOCD BRISBANE WAbTER. 2PECIAL·NOTICE. With a view to meet thineasrning ?frfol, a in" complianee with the wisoien of alargo number of he residents of the distrie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
'Time will tell," is an old saying. So Swill a woman. S'. must confess Iwas sarde?lye aurrised t th full rich ,trouslmoiedcO, by WoLr'us SCu?,rtI.°" -AsVT. Ask for Dyncou slrou's. Apple sod roseson Tam. EAbvO, SAna'trocious caseof child-stealing, fol lowed by an attempt to murder, has just been brought lito light nearParis. Someof the crew of a river steamboat hearing ths cries 6f a child in theo wator while paisineg near the St. Cloud Bridge, the vessel was hove to, and searcheos were made, which resulted in the discovery of o little boy just on the point of drowning. When re covered from the effects of his immersion, the boy, whlo was seven years old, stated that he had beenstolenfrom his parents at La Villette, by a mountebank,who finding that one of his arms was broken, throw him into the river. 'IThe moutoebanuk lhas been promptly arrested by the policc, who found him at fair. Bo sot deceived be s~,crioiu rprsescO tlstia,. Roo taRt. yeO ?ct woLr'n t:Chs.?rrS. ACCOpl so ot!Lor. ...
"CALLED BACK" AND HUGH CONWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
"CALLED BACK" AND HUGH CONWAY. The production of "Dark Days" at the Haymarket draws public attention again to the. lamented. Hugh Conway. The iovel 'of "Dark Days," almost equal' to '; Called Back" in orgindlity, and far. duperior for dramatic purposes, is a strik ing example of the' vigoroes-conseruction snd compact arrangement of-fresh idias hich arlychpclirly haraterised'the works of:tbis' nnusually successfdl wmriter~ Apart roin'his ackiowledged litrary talents, he poesesed gquilities thantl won him the respect and attintion of all who were brought into-private contact wiith himn. Front his earliest childhood' he suffered from -pileptic fits. This misfortune was the cause of-his-leaving. the Navy. How deepiy he-rdgretted this compulsory inae tivitywas partly shown inhis assum tioni of the name '" Conway "-an,- apparently atunral and crasul choice, which yet re ealsnto.'ia. acute -observer muchli of the clever author's inner characte~rz-and more ully in soimd 'o-i his: earlier le...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. BOURKE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. [ERO? OUR OWR COREOSPONDBNT.] B3OURKE, Tins DAY. . The estimated damage by the fire at P. Murray's general store on Saturday morn ing is fifteenthousand pounds.. Twenty-five points of rain fell here on Saturday. It is fine and hot now. The river is about stationary, slightly rising. It is 2ft. 9in. above the summer level.