ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Globe Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 52,693 items from Globe, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
52,693 results
CLEARANCES—JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

CLEAflNCES--affrr 19. : for 'Ly.rer.Oooi (s.), 1202 tons, Capknin B.' Tnat, E tr' n (s.h , 83Co.5. t5 oa, Captain W. Cottit r, for ' lrisbaoo ond Bos 3nh.li porto. Ganmbir (s;), 2500 tons. Captain it. It. Brown, forlhonrno and oc deldAdo.: i .. ." Bomrrool (a.), 1000 tons, Capt.in II. lBristew, for Brisbano and Nirtlhbia pori, * City of (nlften (s.), 825 tons, Captain J3. MngOO, for Clarenco Rivor. Tlnoneo (s.), 010 tons, Captain J. 'ike for ltioh. mond.River. Auotrslipsn (s.).'203 tons, Captain I. OChdlcbigh, from Claronco Itivor." Tiho followving pasoeniger- left toidny for l.l. holose, por Ly.cooIoon :--Mo.dnnmos Chalmors, uDsono'av, Danio and child, Nixon and infant, Grayson oinfant. Taylor, Dixon, Kisnhful' Otisosr Dates,. MIitchell; Imosro. Pristo, F. tay, A. Spinner, O'Cor'or. D. Canpboel, Bradlshniw, Wilson, Colhurn, Forgunon, Dixon, Jonro, Waste Inko, Lake, A. J. Dunso.n; and ) in thoe tcorago.' The following passengers lenvo this afternoon for Iforlhiro ortons per Elwrimbl...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DARLING HARBOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

DARLING H'ARBOURIL ~?K"To At Darling Harhour tbhs morning the market woo poorly supplied with wood, hot as buyoro ore woell stocked" prices 6l'd not advanco. oxc~pt for: good foot wood, whioh sold well. There was a? modorate morkot In hay, which shows a tGndoncy to dulneoss. 'Straw, of whicolthero was not muon fiorword, woo in Gair domndod. -Tho following c-ices were rol'.:d at faorl]ng Irobour sales this mornino:- -Wood.--Owingtobuycrs obein wall sopplied with inferior quolities, prices in theseo woro dul, biut good wood woa In demand. Follosiovnoro polcos pertono: Iillotwood, 8& to 12sG idbudleo, Os to 13s Gd; toot, Its to 1l4 d; bokers, Ils to 1iS; pl .--oGcc supplies. Miarkot wan us ,f for prime, which sold farlry well. Inferior descrp. tions only in limited reqcuest. O.ten, in buo0'e, 0;' ld to Gs porcs ?.; primolois, G0 to Gso d; b flr, do lid to 5s 8o i tluses, s 3dGo LdLcerne, i tross, 3so d to So 10d. Wheaton, in b tndles, 5s to GO.. Oaten and whealen, in bundles, t...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT THE WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

S ABOUT THE WHARVES. i At the wharves an overnspply of hay to a certain" Wxtent is the case, and pricon, If anything, are I slightly on the dooUin, hut nominal quotations are | unaltelrd. Dairy prodaoo Is very quiet, ana pricc art In some rv -pccts sllghtly castor. Tho imarket is now well sulppllcd with potatoes from Victoria, . which do not reach Into tates by a lon way. _ Onions nro not greatly in demand, whil thoe market is well sui.nlicd. In cheese thero is a todorato business doing, but rates have slightly caool since last quototions.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

S PRODUCE MARKET. Malze.-Stock fair. Market steady, at 3 101 to: s per busllol for prime. Weoeily, 3to Io tis h. Oats.-entrket fully suloiyl, ond buieas is quiet. Prime samples oa heavytfeed still comntudu most nttention up to as td per busehel; receptoluhl Slots, to 2Sd; other sorts, very dull from to. No Senquiry for seed. Barloy.-Nothing fleshto report u lderthts hoead, Cape seed being nominally wortht 3 l d per * bushel. IDlrn.--?tovins oil at Is 2d tots 4d por bushel. Polhlrd.--Actve at is 4e ver bushel. Hny.--Consignments reeoived this moeriing frome the HIunter iver nero lsrt., anod the eIrkht is ow rather over supplied. lit:tes are consrquntly dull. "Nominal quotations are. however, nlltllcrl. Trade mooderately active. rhto gres luternr, £4 to £4 is per ten; brown, £3 s5 to £ t15s ; otcer qualities from £2 I0s. Caff.--Victorian at £5 5s to £6 ;er ton. Onions.--Largo Vietorios arrivals have vory s much depressed the morhket, and rates are sow onen; lower than thtey werc---7 p...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

, , COMMERCIAL. S ' "LOjEo," otfie, 1p.m, Intho import markets there is h more hopeful fooling oletbited, conosquent on the tormioootion of the strike, and a fair amount of buainoes isi din~h four market, toindy, thore was moro is quiry noticmble from the bakers. whioh" will, no doubresult in some lair tmnslctions being re. .portes. Tile ncounts from the ountry, lwith thU .eeeop tion of a few favoured distriets shows aposs look. out for our farmers. This season's yieldis'not expeptod to be] one-alh of loot year's, theroies we shall have to dopend for .our supplies more from Victoria, &c. Iuyors aro beonning to s00 that Sprimcs nsI nos at the bottom, nod must'stuidiy advance, nnd. we anticipate a good busl nems to he done shortly. We quooe Vie. torioe £1 Is to £15 lb- roller makes, '£10 10s to 11; South Aoutralian country, £9 101 to£1Os ltows bronds,',10.lo.0 to £5O l8sl New 5onth Wales, very little cow being ofhered: S£9 Ils to £10ls, according to brands. Thso mar * kot isif...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSIC-MAD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

S MUSIC-MAD. The pianist is a musical Hydri. Man jkind appears to be smitten by a novel epidemic, which-unlike the far more agreeable cholera-assumes its deadliest -form during the autumn and winter. There are three varieties of this terrible etidemic--the'piannbplague;;violin convi? sions,' and the .singing .sickniess:- ~1f:the germs of thesediseases bodisýove:rble has nbht is yet'been. scieitifically establisled;i, but I cannot doubt that some Professor •Koch of the future will detect its microbes and bottle them secundum artem. It will ,then at last be feasible to become an artist jartificially. Let me put a hypothetical ;case a.. famil, in which ,.thre are several 'dauwht!r? ,all of. that age ius iwhich i" ii bt"-good"for'g'irls to live' alone. Papa, who has given them life, is ready to take his own because he canno plant them out in the garden-,of matri-r mony. Suddenly a remedy f-oliii 1ilV" suggests itself to .him'; "the'mnicrobes b'* music . Hehiiries off't6-the-.Profess6r's...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINNING A CERTAINTY; OR, A TALE OF THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

i. WINNING A CERTAINTY; OR, A TALE OF TRE TURF. Br A. PFrzsc Ep. On a chill rainy night in December. when the wind howled ~dismally round , the street corners, and whistled uncom fortably down the kitchen chimneys, as the rain fell fast and noiselesslyseeming to penetrate through the thickest ulster or most waterproof of waterproofs, pattering and dashing against the windows and into peoples faces, causing anarrow uncomfort Sable stream to trickle down their backs or into their eyes. On such a night as this, Mr. Richard Slater turned out of his snug bright littld parlour in Rileyistreet and took the tram into Sydney. Alight ing at the corner , of King and izsa beth streets he quickly made is way down King-street into Sussex-street, and turn ing sharpto his left, entered a small court and knocked at the back door of a dark dis mal little brickhouse; The door wasimme . diately opened by a little- girl, who ad. mitted Mr. Slater into the house, with the intoeridr 6f which hlio seemed i...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

AT THE POST-OFFICE. "Let inme have five 2d. stainps; please," said a lady to the stamp clerk in the posat office yesterday. :- "Yessum," he said, handing them out. I "Can't you let mehave them in one piece ?" - S'Certaa~inly, ma'am, said the clerk. Can I send them home for you P" SOh, no; i don't live far-only at the North Shore-Mand 'TL am going right home. I wouldn't want to put 'you to troible. .' :i 1, "No trouble at all," said the clerc.. "I: haven't very much to do to-day, and could veiry easily spare an hour'. -' '" Very much obliged," said the lady, smiling sweetly. "Dearme," she said,' putting on a stamp, "what a horrid bother, it is to stamp letters!.' Why can't' we se-nd letters to be stamped, and let the post-office people send in their bill once a month P': " They might as. well," said the clerk sympathisingly. " I'll mention the faotto' the Postmaster-in-Chief."' S'Will youP fHow nice ! But yonl munst't minention my name. Say the' idea' was suggested by a North Shore S...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

SHIPPING...... VESSELS TO ARIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLU. SIVE OF COASTERS AND INTTER COLO)NIAi VESSELS. Hasneond Tng .Whore Dat o. =?.nm~o.?'d 0ig 80 n'g F From. SallnO Abbe Cnrvor, bo ... OH1 BHton .0. oct.1 Agocs Oswald, sh - Sharrncss" NoV. Amnlll, .. 1531 Bamburg .Nov. 25 Aracy, oh' .-.-.: . 994 Liverpooll.. Nov. 7 Alchions, oh ... - London ..Nov. Austmal, 0.8.S 5381 Plymouth a. 9 Aldcrgrove, oh: Londoo - 'Angerton, so .,, London D - Australia, so .- 'Fio5.5 Antroaalaslan, .s ooo Dee 23 Bsxeoo, en-'.. - London [ Inetola, sch ... Yap . Nov. B bay, ..: .. - London I aldwoo,' boo .93 R brg |. Sep. 1 Belplnsj 1152t Ade lod '. Clornia, bqo .:: Goamble : Cndida, oh .. London I " Capo Clarr bqo Liverpool - Capo Comeoin, sh London " Crro Alero, bo Charonte , ] - Sbollfrton, 17314 Loudon, Nov 5 CityofBombay - London. " City of Corinth,sh . London . INor. 1 JColno bqEo.. 1188 Pt l Oly. 1y 1 Cyiobrook Castle, h--Lno . CarlPihl, bqo Donnn {sop. Cathcartsoh London .. ov. 2' Delomyn;rS -- London" En...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

Charles Swift, of : noeiuorlu; attempted to barglarize his own:house to securo Q00 4ollars his wife had lIid away, and she put two bullets into him with neatness and diespatch. Extinguishing a lamp is liko a small bupper; it is a light blow-out. " Have you tried Mrs. Brown's kisses ?" is the startling query inethe window of an uptown candy shop. ......... i It must be, admitted-that scandals are psually cahtsed' by pretty girls, but this doesn't console the homely ones. i hsfthers I ysou wishr to keep year ehildr healthy, use tihoudgoero Dssinfl ciast aed Psvr' iDestroy~er.--Avvr. . .' , A Ask for DJasoss Dero.' Peach Jsxm,--fAsvr,] EXTRAORDINIAMY BUSINESS CALCULATION. i Let no manirashly assert that a. woman has uo business calculation. ' A .lady recently, called on a teacher of; the piano, and, on hearing her "terms," the following colloquy ensued: i i IDon't you think that two and a-half dollars an hour is ratherhigh? No one. asks so much." S" Too high ! Why just consider -the ma...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OH, LET ME DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

OH, LET ME DREAM. S B EDWAUIn .Ox?i?OB'.' , Tho stars nre shining and thie iloou is bright; 'hilst I am vwatplng;ii th6silnt'tnight. ; And haunt the tryst wlhiero long, long years ago TiiToe ?ows were breathl'd in words so soft and low. Astin ill mine a hlanE so fondly lies ..... rAein I see thoso sweet, nlchanting eyes ! Dh, lct theel ;ledrcac tin the Btrpa t r .-. - And bring gani.tlloho hours to no o Sosweet :-'. clnsp dnco moto tho'lovd sonded of oldl " ieoltreatho once more tho vows eo oftou told I I heartlo proemiu mdeo in dayu gofo by'. .. That lovo like ours in lifo should nevor dio t And the time flies on, but oh; we hoed it not; . Our henarts'ro speol.bound and thevoorld forgot I Oh, lot no dream ; lot dreams tho past ropet 1 And bring again those hours to mo so sweet I

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BIG TORTOISE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

A BIG 'ORTOIB0 , The discoverer of the gigantic extinoe sea turtle found near Fort Wallace, in western Kansas, first observed the large . bony shields projecting from a bluff near Butte. Czeek. They were carefully taken out and brought to Philadelphia, where the restoration was .made.. The fore flippers :alone were nearly 5ft: long, while its expanse from the tipof one extended flipper tA another was aboUt, 17ft. The question may arise, how did this sea turtle become buried in a bluff in the State of Kansas P A natural nsupposition would be that Kansas is the bed of a former ocean, and so it is. Ages ago, in what is called by geologists the Creta ceous Period, that par?.of the world was the bed of a great sea, in which the great turtle swam, together with other mon sters of curious shape and appearance. Gradually the crust of the earth was raised, the water fell back, or became in closed, and left the inhabitants of the cretaceous sea high and dry, to be covered by the earth and pre...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEA CRABS AND THEIR FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

SEA CRABS AND THEIR FRIENDS.. One of the mnoset interesting examples of intelligence amin the sea crabs is that of ;hermit crab, whicih aseeiis to have a perfect understanding with a sea anemone that fastens itself uponits shell, and shares the food the crab may capture. Thismight be considered an accidental occurrence, were it not that the.crab proves its friend ship by assisting.the anemone to move to its new shell, when, by reason of its growth, the crab has to change its quarters, and if the anemone is not satisfied with one 'shell, th 'crab tries others till its friend is suited. A similar friendship exists betweenanother hermit crab, found in the Mediterranean Sea, that is also accompanied by an anemone. In this case the friendship is not altogether disin terested, as the:anemone isused as adecoy by thle wily crab, which gives it board, lodging, and travelling accommodation, in return for its services. The crabs called Dromim encourage the growth of various animals and plants ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

SHIPPING. High water, Sydney Cove, thie dny, 7.?1 p.m. DEpAJTUrE.--JaUkar 10, , ,M.8. hlvc on oaerauiao, ? n.m.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EIGHT HOURS DEMONSTRATION DEFICIT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

. rTHE EIGHT HOURS DEMON. S8TRATION DEFICIT. S The enquiry into the Eight Hours De monstration Deficit' will be resumed to night at the oflice of Mr. Bowes, chartered accountant, 92, Pitt-streot. Mr. Bowes has found it impossible to draw up his report·without calling another meeooting, as the necessary books and docuuments were not all'fortlicomiiig at the last one. The attendance of the scrutineers and auditors has been specially requested.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Colonial and Indian Enxhiition Commission eoting, Coloninl Seortnry'n Omen, 4 .m. . Leot-ror-" Physaloogy Food and DigestLon"' 2,r. I. E. Roth, M.C.SS.E., Tochnical, Collego oall, Pitt-strent, 8. Lecturo- Anmrica: Ito Cities, Rivors and Mountatn, lr. F. A. Maoqueen, St. Stephon's, N~ewt-own, 8. Lectr--" Youosthhl Eceessen" (for men only), Dr. Cmig Dinon, Y.M.C.A., 7.45. Tinsmiths' and Sheet Ironworkers' Socieoty, alpei.l meeting, Msonic Temple, Clarenco-stroot, Meeting of gentlemen dc',lironu o entrlainino M r. Kmo in Inod O'Dohorty. M.P. for Meath, Royal lted-I, 4.1J0. LIel hlr-dt latopayern' Association, meoting, Coeonelmcl-ambors, 1.45. Ilathurest-atreet Iaptist Church, ton mooting, 6.,0. Fio Inqulty, ~Waterloo Town Hall. Prottion and Political Reform Associatba?, Tomcerance Hall, 8. Axasaxasus. Teatro Royal, "Cinderollr." Now Opora Houso, "Queon' Evidnee." Olmpic, ,Mother aoon and tho Ecnlcante Abmomy of Mnsin, Fdernl IMinstrels. Alambinhen Vae;L and Specialty U...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SHIPPING. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

LATEST ? 8IPPING. 1,o011 00 OWN COOnfELIDNUPo4 .) ytnwcarLnx, This Day.--Arrivals: Omeo. Walla? roo, Nsmoi, Boom, Santa Cruz, Borman,Hlirondol. jsabe.j,GleLdollro.ool, CqllaroyAnnie,Venture, Alort,Molcolm, Murnay, Escort, Countess of Errol,. .Mario, Bosc of Slharron, nlod Jonatbn? for Sydney. DIoarturo .4)lbanbrn, for Sydney ;Graroe Lynn, J .fo Port mfocrlqrio Adalnide, for Bichinmond.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

THE. CABINET. At 4 p:m. to-day the Cabinet had not finished its sitting. The reason for the Trotracted Gircusaion, it is understood, is the proposelAor fresh taxation. The ad vocates for a "property tax and aivocates for ad valoucm are both to be found in the Cabina, and the result will prove which is t~c stronger.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENT OR INTENTION? [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

ACCIDENT OR INTENTION? Some excitement was caused on board the steamer Brighton, whilst on its way to Manly, on Saturday afternoon. Shortly after crossing Chowder Bay, a large yacht sailed up close to the steamer. Just as the yacht passed, an extra gust of wind had the effect, appar ently, of throwing one of the crew into the water, where he remained for at least three or four minutes, during which time there was quite a sensation amongst the Brighton's pasengers, who mostly crowded to the side of the steamer, eagerly watching for the result of the occurrence. Some qf these spectators ex pressed the opinion that the thing had been done intentionally-to create a sen sation; but, considering the rough ness of the sea, this opinion is hardly reasonable. If, however, theoccur rence was intentional, the adventurer should remember that such conduct, as is illustrated in the fable of the "Boy and the Wolf." is attended with a certain amount of danger, while it is also more idiotic than her...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886

THE LATE COLLISION. A tteeting of the Marine Board took ?ace aat the Board-room, Circular Quay, thi? afternoon, for the purpose of holding an inquiry into the circumstances attend ing the recent collision-in the harbour be tween the steamer YonYangs and the ship Civility. Captain Hixson, the presi dent, occupied the chair. Mr. Charles Bull appeared for - the captain of the You Yangs and Mr. T. W. Williamson watched the proceedings on behalf of the master of the Civility. The examination of the skipper of the -Civility, Captain Samuel Brown, was commenced. The inquiry will probably last some time as there are a large number of witnesses to be called.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x