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MORNING GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
SMORNING GALLOPS. Thingus ~ore somecifat more livelier this imouning.at lRlhdwick, most of the horses being sent for good work. The light showerslphat feluigthe night made the running vecy.much safer for the many "crocks" now in work, and cofl3r for all the others conceried. Oning no doubt to the dullU appesarnce of the morning, trainers d'd nob putin an earlyappearance, but in the majority of ecses they amply repaid the o"ooeers, by sending their' cbarges along for good fabst work. Cerise and Blue, a companied by Agricola, di'd a' really good once round; the. little mare having the' 'horse -in difficulties the'greater p:-t of the journey. Recr?it was sent a mile and a half alone, and bythe manner in which he traversed the journey, proved, beyond a doubt, that he has vastlyimproved, both with regard to speed and stiamina, and must show to great advantage in any race his astute trainer sends him for. Sawdust and Ellington niade things very merry for a mile and a quarter, the little b...
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVEBBS?TY HABDICdAP. The following horses were inquired for at the prices named, at noon to-da~: Tempo, Sot.6lb. . .. . ... 5 to 1 Cerise andBlues, S . 8 to Oh?era1 8s0 . Olb ...... 10oto 1 Soldicr Boy, BSt.1b. .;. ... 12 to 1 Eoneydew, Sot. b. ....12 to Barr do, ost,-Sb. . .. 12 to 1' Battailous, Sot. 1b .... ... to 1 Jewel, 7ot. 21b. ..... 14 to 1 BonBolt, st~ll2b . .. 1."., to 1 BonenBee S,'ost,-Sib. . .., 1 to " Bullion,S 121b ..... 1ib ..15to 1 SEepi5gl? s?0lb.,.. . ..2tol Pe? Girl, '68t. 9b .... . ... 25 tO , rcrlt," ... -. .. 1 to 1 OtleerlS00totol00ito4. .
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
YAIIBfING. BY FIDDLLE BLOP. In viewof the coining racing season; all the racers are makling vast and various preparations, andthe harbour isevenmore lively ofa Saturday afternoon and Sun day than usual; the racers either racing ortrying new gear and sails, and every body also out to watch them, and making notes as to their respective chances. Bo g~inning with the big boats. There is not much to say about the Mnagic; she is out under her old rig, viz., laced racing mainsail, and probably all her.old racing gear carefully hqused for the last three or four years. Waitangi, on the other hand, appears under quite a new guise, beautifully kept, as she always is, sponk and span from truck to keel, but she lookes simply splendid now with a completely new suit of canvas by Lapthorn, each one a study in itself, !t·en -in their ~gesnt imperfect state of strctebhdness, and with two or three more good spinsywill be on fine :. Ssait of sails as were ever lput. over a yarlit. She has had all her b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
Special Advertisements., BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK S LEND MONEY on Furniture (without possession), Land, Shares, and Personal Security, Bills of Lading at very Low Rates. Bills Discounted Daily. BARING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK, 119 Elizabeth-street 119 (bOtween King and Market streets.) 6 HA' FoAM P S.M AMPOO.. "SEA FOAM SHAM?IP00.'" Have you ever tried the "SEA FOAM SHAM. POO P'' Ii not loso no titlo in getting a bo .of this great leaneor of the hoir and skin. Delight. fully perfumed, nd softening to the skinand hair' it stand alone as the randest produoetion o modern hemistry. Insist on laviog it, nad do not be porsunaded to .tae omothing elsa on thol idea that s Jusot a good. .. . GEORGE-STREET. Sold everynihere, at On. peor hex. -WmoLEeAL H,, ALL DEALERS.. AY5 , : B RO .T H M.RS,1 China, Gles~, and Eartheonwiarel 402 and'404 GEORG~E-STREETL. WALLACH BROTHERS,. New Furniture Wnarehouses, York-strcet, Wynyard-sqoare, Sydney. MANUIqACTURERS and IMPORTERS O ArtFurniture, Bedst...
DEMOCRACY AND HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
oEMOCRAGC-AND HOME RULjEi His Grace the Duke of BEDFORD, lord of no end of ill-gotten lands, an owner of many and many a street .of unsavoury houces in wh.ch typhoid and starvation alternately proey upon the. mierable inhabitants, has threatened to retire from the Liberal at by unless Mr. .GLADSTONE re inquishes his plans 'foir 'granting a Parliament to Ireland. That a human being claiming to.belong to tjce Liberal party could utter such athreat at all 'is a prdof, if the proof were needed, of the distance -that in England separates names and things. That man certainly cannot boe a Liberal in anything but name who claims for huiself 'any' prescriptive right to dictate, the policy of any :Ihman being, for Liberalism means freedom of opinion or nothing at all. Tho true L?befatl"binds himself ,t respect 'the' wmishes of the. majority, and if. he be in:a minority on a particular subject, to do whant he c'n byargiunent andpersuasion to change te views, of . the opposing side, but certain...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
. THE DAlY'S DOINGS. A third edition of the Galobe will be pu?b V'ied siortlyefter four o'clook, containing. the'latest local news and telegrams from all parts of theworld. The third edition matter will be placed on our eighth page. SSome time ago:the Stuart Governmient, when Mr. Dalley was Acting-Premier and Colonial Secretary, offered a premium of 410,000 for the best method. of destroying rabbits, Among thbi competitors was Mr. Reddington, hotelkeeper,. of Dowling street, .Wodlloodmooloo, whose design was a small wire enclosure. with a few holes 'large dhough to admit a rab bit, and.. :with spilkes on the in side of tlie hbles to prevent them esoaping after nce :in. In' the.'centre of thIe en 'closure is to'be plac6d a few 'stalks of a vegetable of which the rabbits is' raven-' ously fond. This vegetable is poisoned beforehand, anid tlie rabbit, dies in a few iminutes after partaking of it, leaving'.lis body inside the.enclbsure. :t' is anticipated that the money to be derived fr...
MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
MINING TOPICS. Long Tunnel, Extonded, Walhalla, Jan unry14.-No. 2 croescut is now in 265ft.; face is very hard dyke, which should form 'the hanging wallof the reef, for which the :iidications are very favourable, No. 4 in-. termediate level: Stopes are continuing to yield stone of good quality. Nos. 5 and 7 Levels: Stopes show no change since last report. No. 8 Level: Contractors have driven 10ft. north : toetal, 4S3ft. No chunge in face. The stopes at this level rre yielding good stone. No. 9 Level: The contractors have driven north 12ft.; total, 95ft. The reef nmeasures aboit 2ft..wide, and is making: larger, showing good gold. Nil Desperandum, Gulgodnug, N.S.W.; January 9.-.Main drive engine shaft ex tended 6ft. Total from shaft 94ft. A large linesteone boulder in face of drive retarded progress.. Work at whip shaft has suffiiently advanced to admit of, in ll1 probability, commencing to raise washdirt on Wednesday 13. The Apollyon Silver-mining Compaqy, L-nitod,.January 2.-Work h...
THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. HALF YEARLY-MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
*HE TCOMMEROCIAL BANK OF . AUSTRALIA.. HALF YE.ABLv-MsrflNG. The following is the; thirtieth half yearly report of the Commercial Bank of -Australia, for presentation at the ordihiary general meeting to be hold on the lst prox:-. "-Th balance sheet ?and stnatement of accoints shows a. continued expansion . of the bank's business, and will doubtless be as gratifying to the shiareholders as it is .to the board of. management. The opportunity'of profitably using additional capital having presented itself during the half-year, the directors decided to issue the remaining 50,000 shares, in terms of the articles'of association, at a premium of £2 10s. pbr share. The entire allotmentwas promptlytaken up, and the authoriscd capi tal of £2,000,000 is now fully subsoribed. The profit and loss account shows the fol lowing amounts available for distribution, namely:-Net profit for the half-year end ing December 01, £57,639 4s. Id.; premium on 60,000 shares at £2 10s., £125,000; balance from las...
UNITED PLASTERERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
UNITED PLASTERERS' ASSO CIATION. A meeting of the' Sydney United Plas tCeres' Association was held last evening at the Swan-with-Two-Neck Hotel, Gaorge street. There was a large nimber of' members proeont, asd the.president, MIr. Edward Dam?ley, occupied the chair. A' letter was received from Ma. J. E. West, Sydneuoy representa.tivo of the IHunt:r River Miners, roquestisi pecuniary a-sistance on behalf of the Lambion miners on strile, and it was resolved to grant the sum of .10 as a first instalment from the funds of the society. A communichtion was read from the secretary of the kindred society in' Melbourne expressing a desire that the; amalgamation of the two societies should be completed as soon as possible. "A:deal of unanimity seemed to pirevail dn' the' question of amalgamation, but it was nlti cnately decided to federate with the Mel sbourne society, and certain rules rendered necessary by the amalgamation were dis cussed. The Sydney seciety will in future be known as the "N...
STOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
STOOK INSPiToRS' ngPORTS. IN Meos.-A few light showers have fallen; otherwise the weather is very dry. Pasture, middling, going off fast; Water supply, short; condition of stock, generally stone. 10loW; 310 cattle an 0 sh o fr li. IvANkno.-The thermometer has been gcadually rising during the wdek. On lth'li, eight points of rain fell. Heayy c'~oL$ Cs are hanging about, and there is ev?ry dppearance of more rain. Pashiro' goo geonelally; water supply good; 225 biulloL''a Ellerslie to Melbourne;4000ewes, 200 ra.m"s, ol Gol to Fulham Park; 7400 store wo,hmes,', Mondoo to Booligal. TstwogTar.--Half inch of rain during week.' Pas>r'' voiry scarce in most parts of the distrio*; vater supply insufllcient; condition of sto'k VWky low. funuZu~nEoD.--Fi5le,. dry and cool. .Pasture fairly good beut'oing off. Water supply sufficient, but failing. Condition of stook good and kecging upj well; 2395 mixed sheep, Glenallyn so'Dorkin;265 bullocks, Attunga to Singletoi' Stoirms frequently threaten...
THE LAY OF A SASSY MUGWUMP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE LAY OF A SASSY IUGWCIUMP. Though tho Dmnorate delrido i nu and many wtil tlmt woo betideo n, Vowing that the' can't abide no, as we make them sietha nd sore, Yet we hold tho adnlmration of tho blro bloods o tile nation, hAd will ran tie Administration pretty near from peel to core,' . S s we ncever did before.o T'bongh ollt phllacn may flout s and enragoe themselves n al~oot ens Still continuing to doutt a--it is little that we care); , •," We are far enough above themn, and havo little cauen to love them, ' mut nr well dtIposee to shove them down he .lrrty'n golean stnir-- the tatn te way theyought to 'are. Ton muny t us and mt y kick us; youemay cheat an and may trick no; . You my vow eou .wtdidn't pick us up in any canine fight ;•, . ., ]ut we hold thbest position (till the soming Congress aeoaon), And our nserpassed amhitlon goes for all there: ma th's of course exactly right.
THE WOODBLOCKS IN GEORGE-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE WOODELOOKS IN" GEORGE-STREET. : The Mayer, accompanield' by Alderman Buckle, Messrs. M. Ha:ris and Bryai, adid the City Surveyor i~hdo a tliorough ex amination of the wood paveifient in Gorge street wvest, .wh~ich, has been laid. about " three and .a-half years, and was carried out under a contract lot by .the Tramway Departmenut. Thle Mayor repeorts as follows:-- This is the most inferior wood , plavement laid in the city, and a close inquiry into the causes of its failure in some particu lars is instructive to those interested in the durability of wood pavements. After opening-up the street in eight different places the caulking was found to be pliable, and the tar used in it must' have been burnt in 'some cases and washed out .by water in others while mixing soon after being mixed. The gravelling coatupon the concrete was not good, and showed either that the cement was inferior or that.not sufficiont had boeenused. The wood blocks were pressed into this, floating, very.un equ...
GROCERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
.GROERS' ?. PIONIO.. .. . A moeting of grocers wams held last even ing at the Swan-with-Two-Necks .Hotel. George-street. Mdr . . W 'Gouoelyr was voted to the chair. It was decided to hold the annual picnic at a date to be' fixed o - in the near futureand that the gatheriing 'should' partake ' a '~'' re'presoetative character, by both masters and employees ?participating in the outing." A strong committee, consisting of: a number of mantor and assistant grocers, was formed to carry out the prelimiunaries of the gathering, which will proliably take place in March. MIr. O'Keefo was elected secretary, and Mr. M'Crae treasurer. A. delisottlon was formed to wait 'upon the masters to intimato to them the decisionof the meeting.
A WAFT OF PERFUME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
A WAFT OF PERFIUME. A straner passed me an the street And loftapon the air :A ot of perfume subtly swet, Wbhoneshiw befoie me ther.: Tho'pa?t long bliribd from ny sight Areoso in all itse gro '" --;Upensmy 'sweth~e a~rt·'s face .?Ag in s ie.drifteddownthe rooin;' h??owea so yong? so fnir, A'cinaint andojibiaina perfonis:' · Came floatiis from her hair. orh hs;; koptrb wit]it tia waltz, Oi'lovevwas in thoe bloom And then-and then the story hilta : : And olosos, with a tomb. ,-. .* -, • - . * a C ' . low strange that such a simple'thifg Awaftofperfumedair-- r ' Back to aocalm old hoart.shouild bring :.. . ,Youth's rapturoe and dospair.
AN OUTSIDE VIEW OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
AN OUTSDE VIEW OF "T. A cosy room, a faint poerfluno . The warmn air filling; A lover bold, whooo arms onufold A mniden willing. An easy ohair tho loving pair haree without murmur; As swiftly the moments fly Ho clansps her firmer. She clings to him, the lightis dim. (The gas jnst glimmers); An opal ring upon hefing Er shines and glimmmers. With whispors soft and silnoc oft" The hoursgolying: - She doesn't know her brother Joe .Is meanly spying. Ont in the'rain, through the weot pane, Ho eyes his sister; - And ere long he exclaims in glee, "By Jove, ho's kissed her I" Thus while in bliss they sit and kiss, Those lovers loony,' This imp of sin grunts with a grin, "Lord, ain't they spoony P
THE FAUST LEGENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE FAUST LEGENDS. Br IT. Se. ,ax Cnascs. To reach the origin of this fascinating story we must go back beyond the Dr. Faustus of the sixteenth century, and we may dismiss once and for all.the myth of the monks, who fathered the tricks of that gentleman upon John Fast, the printer, in revenge for his abominable inventio' which did away with the art of illuminationt and th6 copying of manuscripts, not to' mention a few little superstitions 'that ob '.soured the truth in the Middle ages. The basis of the story of Faust is, of course, the belief in. the existence of formal contracts between man and. the? Prince of Darkness, concerning which there are scores of legends. And ii is curious that in .old times the devil is very often reported as being outwittod and getting the worst of it,' though possibly in later days his Satanic .Majesty has turned .the tables upon us. Mr. Dasent tells us that. his. notion of making unholy bar-, gains was first heard of in the middle of the thirteenth ce...
TWO-LINE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
TWO-LINE NOTES. Raspberries six minutes, 80sa. of; sugar to tlhe quart. Boil plums ten minutes, 8oz. of sugar tothe quart is needed. Boil blackberries six minutes, with 6os. of sugar to thequart. Boiloherries' five minutes; the amount of sugar to the quurt is Goz. Boil ripe'cirrmants six minutes s.amount of sigar to the quart is Goz. Boil peaches, whole, fifteen minutes, using Goz. of sugar to'a quart. Boil peas twenty or thirty minutes twenty, for halves and thirty for whole pears-aising Goz.:of sugar.to a quart can of fruit. osAtenD' Bu-rx.-Take one giund of best.butter, lay it in. salt aid water for two hours; place' iton a skewer; and rub it well over with' crumbs of bread and 'iprinkle it with nutmeg.' Lay it to thd firo, and letit melt into a dish. Add the yolk of two eggs, and beat up the whols welL - This iq ?a mo?st delicious, old 'fashioned dish, and was commonly served with stewed oysters. Ei'CE AiD ALMOND Ca??~E-Rice Cake: One half cupful of butter, two cupfuls sugar fou...
HOUSEKEEPER'S ROOM. THE BABY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
HOUSEKEEPER'S ROOM, THE BABY ACT. "Fair woman's own mission on earth Is queen of the nursery din, Concocting bread in the kitchen grim, Or rolling the pie crust thin." The lords of creation they.say It is bettor by far to tote A twenty pound brat by the apron strings Than to obe casting a vote. They woe us by ways that'oo fair,' Or woo ns by ways that are dark They win us by flattery soft, oh, me ! ' Whenever they come to spark. But when we uprise in our might, . SAnd come to the solid fact,. : They hold up their hands in majestio awe And ulead theo old baby act.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
* · flJPLLT.BIOOGED... Nautical husband (jokingyl)-L" Oh, I'm the mainstay of thef4a mily.'-Wife: .Yes~, ad thb jibbdom, ai~ the,- and the--" Small Bo?'(from experience): "And .the spaaer, too, nmamma." , An Irishman :contentedly. laid hishead ,npona large stene jar for apillow, and re plied, to. one, who inquired if it was not rather hard,' "Not at all, my jewel, for I have stuffed it with hay." - B~obby's Explanation.-Mamma, dining ont: "It isn't polite, Bobby, to smack your lips when eating. You never do it at home." Bobby: "'Cause we neve_ have anything worthsmacklng over I" " £5000.--First Annual .Sale of Gold and Silver Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, &c. i0s good value for £1; all new Christmas designs. Everybody can afforid to give a present by purchasing of the enterprising firm of N. Borchardt and Co., watoh nakers, jewellers, and silversmiths, 728, Georgo-street, corner Canipiell-street.- nAtvr.J ,r A' , Por years tho1:world lss ncceoted 'Wdeop's SrcNaPPs as the beat ...