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AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL MAIL SERVICE. TENDERS CALLED FOR. LONDON, JAN. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL MAILI S' SERVICE. TENDERS CALLED FOR. REuEaTs's, TELEGRAM.] LONDON, JAN. 1. I The British postal authoritjies have iagroeed to a schemofor thlo division of the amount of ipostago betwooi England and Australia, and are now calling for tenders for tie conveyaneo of mails in accordanco wilth thb agroeement come to some monthls agbo with New Solith Wales Victobria, and SouthAll'ustralia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DER FREYSCHUTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

DER FREYSCHUTZ. T?IE following narrative from the pen of Captain L. Forster, an officer in the Gothic contingent of troops attached to the French army during the sway of Bonaparto, is not only curious in itself, but also interesting, as it serves to illustrate the superstitious n6tion on which the incidents in thie very popular German Opera, DEr Freyosclekts, are foerided. "It was in thie year 1811, during, if I mistake not, thie march from Hamburgh, to Stralsund, with the two officers of my company, the Lieutenants B1-r and C. Von W-m, tharit we were qiartered in an ancient castle inhabited only by the keeper. We fouid but a single habitable room, which we were obliged to share with our servants, and as we had not only made a long march that day, but were wet through with a soaking rain, we seated ourselves soon after supper around the fire place, in which a cheerful fire habrl been kindled. The conversation turned on a variety of topics, till at length it fixed upon hunting and sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

Faithful-n-o. dog, tho lonely shophlerd's pride; True--an thi hool, the bark's protctiug guide ; Firm--oa tho slhfi t thot props the towering; doine; Swent--as to shipwreclied seamen lend nod hlomie; Lovely--na a child, tho linrent's solo delight. lodiant--na- more, that breoks a stormy night; Gratefui--os streams, that in snom deep recess Vi,h crystol rills tho panting travellor bless. -YeN(In. 5tOt.--First Annul Solo of Gold naid Silvor Jsownllerv, Watches, Clocks, &e. 30s. good valuo Sfor L1, ill nue Christmos designs. Everyhody can nford nto give a prscnen by porchsing of the on. terprislng inne l J. Borcnhard and Co., moetcli 'cnoei, r, enwelbesrn, odilvsi mnithis, 72., George. atoti, cmmor Lanlpaniciriart'.-(ACvO..)

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THE SECRET BETRAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

THE SECRET BETR"AYEl' ' Answer, sweet, aind lot m know . If I am to wait, or go P ' ' If I hold.yoor hand awhilb Will you frown or will you smile P When last iight I wrappd youir loak Round you, andyou never spoke, . Did yoeh mean it-were you true Whoeni you raised your eyes of blue P ' Whisper yhalrthey said lait night . Fill with oxquisitivo delight This poor heart that riots'so- Whisper lovo,.oh whispirlow.' ; Answer, love, but bh isikgn From the heart I know'is mine: S'Have you'then mislaid the key That of right belongsto me P Did you know, oh l' euniing maid,' That your secret was betrayed When your eyes--sweeoot eyes of blue Said to mine, "I love--love you !" Answer; love;, oh I answer low, Villyou whisper me to go SI I stoop, andif I kiss. ti Your sweet lips like this--nd ,this?

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A "PREPARED" COCOA SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

A" PREPARED" COCOA SPEECH. Rather an amusing-incident is said to have taken place at one of the French elections.. I. Menier,, the chocolate manufacturer, was a candidate for Meaux. Afterie had made'a speech, a formidable looking workiing man got up and put LI. MIenior through his paces. "What about Church and State ?" de mandod the inquisitor . "I am for a free Church in a free State," said I. Ienier. " What about the amnesty ?" "I would pardon everybody, especially anyone born inm Meaux." "What about universal suffrage and the representation of the people P" "The people. are thb cocoa and. the National Assembly is the chocolate; you must use the first in order to make the seconid.":' That last was rather. a " shopy " reply,. but it told very well, and I.-Menier got heartily, cheered. Unfortunately some one had the curio sity to follow the working man elector, and noticed that after hoehd gbnei a little way he got into I. Lonior's carriage and drove off to another part-of the town,...

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M.C.C. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. VICTORIAN ELEVEN. (BY WIRE, FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

I.C.C. AUSTALIAN E'lEVEIN V'. VICdTOIAN ELEVEN. (nsi WIILE1rEORO1 &uI OWRNCOBbESSONDENT.) Play in tlhe match between' the ?lic .C.O. Aunstraliai. Erevbnn andVictborian Eleveni conitinuediuntil 6 o'clock, when wickets were draivnfor the day. The scores thlien stood at-VitorianElevri, 1st iniiinga 135; Melbourne Crickbt Club Australian leyevn, 1st innings, 69irunn for thle loss of two wickets. The coinplete scores for the day's play anre as under : VlcTCronS il;-First innipgs. P. LTei s, e Tr unibleb, Be srce . ' : : ..;. 20 : G. Wntsfoerd e Jarvis, b Palmer .. 10 J. D. Edwards, stJsrvis b Palmer 5 R. Houston, st Jaris, b Palmer 27 - JTrsinniek, sJaris, .b Palmer... ... H.Trott, bPalmser... 4 H F. PBoyle, a'lHlwraitabPahler,.. 2 , W. B. Boubrtsn, a aris, b Trumbla 9. -P. C PS sne, bPanler.. ... L 13. - J. WorrMllto ut ... .. ... SJ. Wingrvc, st Jarvis, b Palmer e SByes 1 ,' T s'.e.byce .. .. .." . ... " .:.; ' l .. ...' 5. •,. W ides' 2.,.. . ,.. . Bowld ? is,?e'is?'''le Balls...

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A DOOMED HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

A DOOMEB HOUSE;.: Dear and indulent reader,-- It is the eilghty-fourth ainiversary of' my s.aal day? I maytalso add that Nuw Year's Eva is the season on which falls the annual celebration thereof. I am seated in a cosy atm chair; enthroned, so to speak, midst'a bevy of friends, young and old, gravt"' anil gay. Amongst them the tried and trusty friend ofany boyhood, dear old Maurice Ciaworthi, at whose suggestion. I am about to relate a story for the amuse;nment of the oung people who have come to wish me many happy returns of my birthday. Truly glad am I to see so many bright faces hovering around me, happier still to comply with the request preferred by Mfaurice; and, ala me, old fool tist'Iam, vain enough to be delig?,ted at the manner in wlhich his petition is seconded by my guests. I may also tell you that I reside in the beautiful and healthy locality of Parramatta. But a truce to further preamble; I will to my story. SGui dom sclosg der eurgkeit, Komnt lin moensch hill sosder ...

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HE WOULD IF SHE WOULD LET HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

SeE WOULD IF SHE WOULD LET DIM.' "Little boys should always be prepared for the consequences of their actt,"'said the mother, sternly, as Johnny tearfully protested against the use to which she was gomr to put her ,'slipper. "I didn't th-think aboun-about it," wailed Jolinny, "bet I'll git prepared if you'll let me." "Hodw is it possible now I" asked the mother, -A little puizled. "I'1 put the dustpan where I know you always hit." LouisvillceCourier Journal. ' A guest in a New York restaurant, after he had finished his nimeal and wiped hisl lips, stood up and turned off the gas. "WVhat did you do that for?" asked a waiter. The guest for a, moniont stood aghlist. ,"Wecll, you see,". he said, "I generally'got home late at nighlt, and my wife always leaves some meat and bread on the parlour table for me.' When I have eaten my supperoi I put the light out and go to bed. I forgot where I was just now. After all, 'what am I but a mere creature of hlbit?" . Here are two instandes of the wa...

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WOMEN OF THE PEOPLE. DRAWN BY EDWARD ELLIS. IV.—THE FACTORY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

WOMEN OF THE PEOPLE, Fnot TESER OWN POILT OF VIEW DRAWN BY EDWARD ELLIS. IV.-THE FACTORY GIRL. 'As propor man as over trod upon NOeats.oather hayve goue upon my iaaddar.ork." ?Juliusa Comnr. sal I., sw. I. A fair young face, and a good one too, though vexed and out of Ihumour; a verya pgaronncd fringo of bright brown hair, alittlo active figure, and a dress which was probably fashlionablo, cor tainly becoming, and apparoently costly, attracted my attoution one fine ?3unny afternoon not long ago on the Manly boat. The girl who combined all these claims to admiration wallked rapidly npi and down the dock a few tiimes, disregarding, evidently, someI sort of apology or oxcuse offered by a young fellow who would lhavo boon handsomo but for the weak linos about hris mouth, and would have beeoon gole tlomanly but for a certain unceasy air of ostentation, which showed itself in overy movement; of hIis person and oevery detail of his costume-thslat is,'as soon as the girl's deplarturo from I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

Public Company. ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION." FIR ,~J ?AIRIN -' " RENTS INSURED. First-class DWELLINGS EIGETEEIPE#DE PER 100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION"DAMAGES PAID., shipping. • OMPAGENIE' DES MESSAGERIES MARITIMES. DIRECT STEAM CO0MMUNICATION FROM SYDNEY to MARSEILLES, via MELBOURNE, ADE LAIDE,MAURITIUS, and SUEZ CANAL, BOOKING PASSENGERS THROUGH to LONDON, OVERLAND, via MAR $EILLES. Steamers under postal contract with the Government of France. The service is carried on by powerful steamers of 4000 tons and 8000 effective h.p., built expressly for the Australian and New Caledonian line, which will be despatched as follows: I ~Leave L Steamer, Commander. Sydney tl H olboure * P00"1'O. I • at 1p.m. Oeemnien ... Didier ... Dec. 29 I Jam. %,1000 Sydney ... Paydeoii ... Jan. 25 |s aO salazie .... suIsard ...Ineb;23 | . 27 and thencefo5th every 28 days. Rtaes of passage money to Marseilles from £23 to £65, including table wines and the Suez Canaldues on passengers. RETURN T...

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A GIRL FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

A GIRL FARMER. . A year ago last spring, Fannie Jordan took ulp a farm of 160 acres about nine miles north of Fredericksburg, Dakota, U.S., and struck outforlierself. She camo to Dakota from lllinois though she was born in the East. Not much was known about her for several mdnths, as tho was shy and retiring, bsut when she finally be came acquainted with her neighlbours, they discovered the girl had the real mettle in her, &nd predicted that she would be rich before she was thirty. Though far froni muscular, Fannie was the pictuire of heailth, and she easily car ried off the palni as the best-looking girl farmer in the country. Like the majority of her sisters, she had no time to devote to the gallants of the nelghbourhood, and-for a year and a half she led a hard, grinding existence, practising the closest economy, and working from early morning until late at night. Some of her friends finally. discovered that the girl had a history, as many such heroic adventurers. She had...

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A DEAD SEA ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

A DEAD SEA ADVENTURE. "Steady, now-easy, stop her !" and then a sudden plunge, as the anchorslides overboard, and H.?'. steam-launch Lotus swings smoothly around, anchored in ten fathoms of brine, about three miles from Rnas Bersed, under the shadow of Engedi; and gentll rocks on tihe undulating waves of that mysterious waste of waters, Bahr el-Lut, tihe Sea of Lot, the Dead Sea. The Lotus was a new boat, specially designed for the expedition, being'built in sectsons, and thus was easily transported on bullock ,aggons across the country to the point of embarkation. The crew consisted of six hmen, with Lieutenant Parkes, R.N., in command, and myself, James Forguson, professor in the hydrographical depart ment of the navy, with two assistants, Johnson and Wcbb. Vo had received in structions from the Admiralty to make an accurate survey of the valley and bed of the Jordan, and also to take soundings, and mark the currents and shoals ovedr the whole extent of the Dead Sea, from the poin...

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TOO INTELLIGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

TOO INTELLIGENT. I A litrary man, of excellent heartbuat! some .eccdntricity, discharged lately his' body servant.' - A new one presented him self, and, after agreeing od'the terms, the master added: "Listen; my man! I have. a fancy for not wasting vords. It will be necessary for you to require but a.syllable to under stand me-as, for instance, when I call for my razor,that you, bring mealso, without' laborious speesiatibin, all that belongs to it; sohp, briushi, tweezbrs torel, and, in fact, all th'e acces:ories of the tdilet. And so of other things." For a while, all-went marvellouslt well. The .'ingenuity of the valet was promptly exercised, and the master was pleased' with his gooad luck in getting sd satisfactory a diviner of his. warnts ' Ond day, howevover, being taken seriouslyill, he despatched his man for the physician, who resided.but a few doors off. A half-louri elapsed-one hour--two. hours-anid no: m?an, no doctor! At-the end.of threes hours, enter the faithful doinest...

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A CALIFORNIAN WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

A CALIFORNIAN WIDOW. BY HELEN D ARTLET . "The idea of that little thing being a widow !" "And a widow of four years' standing ! It fairly take's one breath away. She doesn't look a day over fifteen. "Except in a strong light. In a strong light she would be taken for every day of twenty-one. I never settle upon awoman's ane ntil I have seen her in a strong light." This rather pointed remark from the lips of Miss Pickett, a spinster whose age was frankly beyond repair, seemed to pro duce au electric fferet. Every woman on the piazza, as though suddenly reminded of a neglected duty, began carefully pro tecting her eyes from the glare of the sky. "I wonder if she will get the English man," began the first speaker again. "She is putting in some pretty hard work. Her slightest glances ic the incarnation of flatterel' "A glreat mistake. Never give a man more than he expects-you will only bore him. Syrup is a commodity whichl should le used sparingly." "I annot sosure of that. A manis a ver...

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COUNTRY NEWS. GOODOOGA, JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

I ' * COUNTRY NEWS. .anoat ovn owN cO?RsPoNDENTS.J GOODOOGA, JANUAYn 1; At, last we have had a very agreeable change in the weather. During the early .part of the week, several very light showers of rain fell, and on Wednesday evening rain set in, and fell steadily up to Thursday evening, when the clouds showed signs of breaking. Light showers continued to fall during Thursday night and early Friday morning, when the. weather finally cleared up, mak ing a total rainfall of 205 points. Tlus is very far from being suffi cient for.the requirements of this district. To do any permanent good we would require at least seven or eight inches of rain. However, twoinches is a greatboon to us at present, as water is so very scarce and impure, and has to be carted about five miles, It will be a temporary relief at any rate, and it is to be hoped that we will very soon be favoured vth another and more liberal supply of rain; Christmas passed over very quietly, as was anticipated. Boxing Day prov...

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CRICKET. VICTORIAN JUNIORS v. 15 SECOND-CLASS SYDNEY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

O'.CiCKET. - VICTORIAN eJUNIORS V. !i SECOND-CLASS SYDNtEY JUNIOES. ' '.! The team of Victorian junior cricketers niW on a visit to Sydney began a i~atcl this morning on the Agricultural :Socie?t Grounds with fifteen second-class juniors picked from various clubs in the citty and suburbs. The, Sydney boys went first t the wickets, and scored 112.runs, some excellent batting being exhibited by Willingdalo and Hughes. The former >drove the ball several times to the fence, and the latter obtained his 32 by really skilful play.. The, bowling of .Harvey and aidn Johnstone for the " Victorians1 was highly meritorious,. as will' bo seen from the number of wicket" credited to him. The : fielding of the; visitors. was moderately good, a littl1d looseness being exhibited at times. Hughes' was missed .twice. Roberts kept the' wickets for ,the Victorians with greati coolness and dexterity. 'At. 1.30 'bothl feams adjourned to an ekeellent luncheon,! .provided by Messrs: Bedford and 'White,! a...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY AT NEWCASTLE. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

NEW .YEAR'S DAY AT NEW CASTLE. , . [ByT TELEGRAPH.] (FRno OUR OWN CORREsPONDEtNT.) The principal attraction at Newcastle ?ns the Annual Regatta. There .wer im mense multitudes in town, on tlhe sea beach, wharfs, and afloat in tho harbour to-day; in all, fully 10,000 pcoplo. It is universally admitted'that there were never ;o plany persons in Newcastle before. The Regatta was a great success. The weather was splendid, not too hot, and tempered by a beautiful sea-breeze. With the excep tion of the capsize of one of the boats, .hero was no accident worth 'recording. The City Band played well all day. Thue following is a brief rcesume of thl events: No. 1. For YOUTHs UNDER 10 iEans, pull ing pair sculls in dingies. IRose, N. Ripley 1 Fly. . Torepy.. .? In the rmun home, the race lay between the Rose and tie Fly. The forer wonby about a couple of lengths. No. 2.-For WoaINcGo LICENSED \VATEI MrEN's SKIFFS. Kaet, A. Iregor ... .. . osamoi,R.H nghes ... R.N Nellie, . lokoy ... . .. After an...

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THE HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

THE HIGHLAND GATHERING. WVith a ijoeautiful day, not too warm was little wonder that a large crowd as seombled this morning on the Associatidn Cricket Ground, Moore Park, where t?e 18th Annual Highland Gathering, held under the auspices of the Highland Society of New South Wales, is being carried on. From as early an houras 9 o'clockl, visitors commenced to throng towards the. ground, and, to meet the rush, aspecialline of tramns was laid on. All of the cars were closely packed, so that by 11, o'clock tlero were fully 8000 persons on the ground. The society.has spared no efforts, nor left any thing undone to secure the success of this year's gathering, no less than 74 events, to all of which valuable prizes are allotted, being set down oni the programme. T'he society has other objects besides pro viding: amusemeht for the public. In addition to a number of other things it professes to assist persons newly arrived in the colony and others in obtaining local :nfoimation and employment...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. SATURDAY, JAN. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. SATURDAY, JAN.; . (Before Mr. Leopold Yates,. S.MI). BAn LANOUAGE.--Hugh Clitheroo and Annie Harrison (21) were both fined £3, or two months, for usinmg disgusting langnage in Campbell and Wexford streets. MIar garet Parker and Eliiabeth Cameron wvere fined £5, or tlhree months, for a simi Iar offence in Factory-street and Belmore Park respectively. EXPOSURE. - Alexander Stewart was fined 40s., or 14 days, for exposure in Pitt-street. Wou??cIae A Czsrzz.-Thlomas Binks, for maliciously wounding Willam Shaw, aged 41 years, was remanded till Friday next. AssAsLtra A CONesTALE. - Thomas Kay (35), labourer, for assaulting a con stable while in execution of his duty, was sentenced to one month's hard labour.

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WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886

WATER. (Before Mr. Whittingdale Johnson, S.M.) OnsCENE LA?u?AoE.-A youth named William Shaw, on remand, Was charged with making use of abominable language in Cunmberland-street, and was fined £3 or two months' gaol. A TaIo oF SAnf?rss.-Joseph Epstein (22 years), for playing at "break joints," Francis Shesby (35 years), for playing "blircid roulette," and Bernard Keogh (20 years), for playing "under and over," on the Randwick Racecourse yesterday, were each sentenced to seven days' imprison ment. EoTonus.-Amy Dampier, aged 21 years, charged with behaving in a riotous manner in Liverpool-street, was fined 20s. or seven days, and Joseph Soners, for a similar offence in Burton-street, was charged on bail, but owing to his non appearance his bail was ordered to be cstreoted. A STnriD CAnnnarN.-William Ergland, aged 40, a cabman, charged with being drunk in Clarenco-street while in charge of a horse and cab, was fined 20s, or 1 days. ac ?V?PE DSGeanTON.--John Long, a coal labourer, was or...

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