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DELIVERY OF THE IBERIA'S MAILS. LONDON, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

DELIVERY OF THE IBERIA'S MAILS. LONDON. JAN. 18. The mails by the Orient Company's steamship- Iberia, which ' left 3Mel bourne December 11, were delivered to-day.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STEAMSHIP WAROONGA. LONDON, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

THE- STEAMSHIP WAIROONGl A. LONDON, JAN. 18. The British-Inda Company's steam ship Waroonga, from Adelaide Nov-! ember 20, arrived here. ou the 16thf instant. _ i

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. WH[?] THE [?] DID. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

LADIES' OWH C4OLUMNf A~ ~V Z~ IL~~ ýS T ýcm.r ý ý m V 1_31: 3- ZFI ra t _e__-r to ý:t t - ýC c -'i ~~ ---,P ' ýv _ý ý' ý ý;crr ZýZ uirý u:ýcyJ ;Td uý LT=L4E::.~=~~ie~-~ -_ Sir;~v-@+~'S _a~~ Srafid- ýsyý o ~~~-·r-i~~·E jt___ ~E~y J-l~rLL~i~~7il-~

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STEAMSHIP ESSEX. LONDON, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

THIE STEAMSHIP ESSEX. LONDON, JAx. 18. ,Mesrs. Money Wigram's steam ship Essex left here on the mmrhing of the 16th instant, for the Australian ports.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO LA[?] CU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

:Le L 7T" , L~Z c~ ta. r ni a a _ gantw: -tt coc cnth a~~ I. w . __ m nR e iat. zs n weeni rtare un is to rbe.-E - - the = c- o"4d watern ac a ond son m thC -4 ano a..d w w ater. Wa2=h aýE clae w3atr rn., a:ýnr t- tie i Qir.. - ii= then in blrig water (uCiy aligh-ly blue, un the camru are erny yellowr). Wring carefully in clan towels. The, are now sadyfo-trcing. M" thesmrchann d ingtotheu.aul proc , blt s sto have it clear and gccd, and thin for muslin and ry thin for lae. Tlsln h starch u tsrly destrmutve to toe fine, soft apo er-e of the lace. Sir a few ths round in the starch, wile holing, a -a or s:em candle, or pu into it a -aal pIece of white was. If t e latte is nsed it solih be melted ant pered in. When the sarch is ready pos half of it into one pan and half into anoeher. Din the ctarins in one, wring them o-' in towels, then dip into the second and #in agai^n. Oer the fcr of an unoccupied room spread a couple of sheets, one under the +he, for each curtain s; shake the curta...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. THE STEAMSHIP AORANGI. LONDON, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

SHIPPING. [RuTre''s TELEG~.AM?.J THE STEAMSHIP AQRAN(tI. LONDON; Jei. 18. The New Zealand Shipping Com pany's steamship Aorangi left Ply-, :mouth on the afternoon of the 16th instant, for Port Chalmers. She calls, at Teneriffe and the Cape of Good Hone.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRESH AIR AND VENTILATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

The average amount of air breathed by every person is about 2 cubic. inchea at each breath, with about twenty res pirations a minute. This would be a cubic foot in three minutes and a half, or 400 cubic feet in 24 hours, or the contents of a room 'ft. square and 8ft. high. ;But this is only a fiftieth part of what every healthy person needs, for breathing vitiates the air rapidly, because the air exhAled has 100- times as muchcarbonic acid gas as the atmosphere, while twice. the amount contained in the atmosphere,. or eight parts in 10,000, is as large a proportion as can be breathed without injury. to the health. Crowded rooms in winter, schools, &c., are sometimes found to contain - three or four times as much, and headaches and other all. ments are the consequences of breath-' ing the same air over. and over again. There should, therefore.be enough fresh air for every person daily to amount to 20,000 cubie feet, or enough to fill 18 rooms 10ft. square and l0ft. high, This...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DETENTION OF AUSTRALIAN MAILS AT SAN FRANCISCO. SAN FRANCISCO, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

:DETENTION OF AUSTRALIAN, MAILS AT SAN FRANCISCO. [RLBtnii's TELEGRAM.) SAN F?A-NCISCO, JAN. 19. The outward' Australian mails, which should have been despatched by the Union Steamship Company's steamer Mararoa, which sailed on Saturday last, arrived here too late to be sent by that steamer.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WASHING AND IRONING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

WASBING ANDIBaosni. might readily suppose every housewife familiar ith themysteri es ofit. And so they frequently are, so far, at least, as en ables them to make things look lean, but how few can combine this cleansing pro. cess with the preservation of the articles which are washed Almost invariably the same system is used in washing articles of every description. I have been told by a ,gentleman who 'has had much er perience in hiring help for the laundry in hotels that it" i exceedrngly difficult to get good laundresses, even there, where there is not so great a variety of washing to be done as in private families. In. washing plain white- clothes, a few general rules will suffice First: Never. put your clothes to soak 'the night before wash day, unless you use warm water, and soap them well. Itis not necessary to soak them at all. For washing, prepare a tub' of warm water with a" lttle soda, which is not at all injurious to the clothes if used in reasonably small quantities. If ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND FROZEN MEAT. RIO JANEIRO, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

NEW ZEALAND FROZEN MEAT. RaEr ER's TELEaaQIo .J RIO JANEIRO, JAN. 18. The Shaw, Savill, and Albion Com pany's steamship Coptic, from Lyttle ton, December 23, with 22,000 carcases of frozedn t on'board, left here on the mo of the 16th instant. The meat was in good con dition.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

SPORTING. NOTICOE. %."'AQOATICo, ATIILEIce, AND GnIn2fAL SPoRlTS. b Secretaries will oblige by sending programmes and p?rtjculars no cnrly as possiblo. i?I:_CCLaho .-Early information of runs, nmabehes, : , or.meetings will be highly apprecnted. "'"CunroeT.-Secretario s of Clubs will groatly.oblige , by forevarding informatton of ponding matcheno, : nalso p?rtculars Of any club matclhes s soon' n, fter conclruion of play n convcnient.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SAMOAN DIFFICULTY. NEW YORK, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

THE SAMOAN DIFFICULTYL [REuTEL'S TELEGRAM.] NEW YORK, JAN. 19. A United States man-of-war has been orderedto proceed to Samoa.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

RMWOMDUI LWTUE~SGM. 4.(t3 rf ,(4q( 4.-.~: 'I -St: fr~i I. %. 4. z ~ /P~4 (~M :;.i- 4.sl7 t.* i~~v 6~ fr itr'i 74.,,Lf u~x/ // ~42t.4 dis z w;,~ ~ r- .:·i r4~'' oxuir·;l' xrsc rs, ' ~a i-vs~ d ~~ f·J~x 4. O"k.i.-/ 4.n V~l*s i - 1, ~n 4~~l4w.(jc I~f~ ~r. Z,.4~4 /4. Th~~p yi~f '. - C~ ~ I~ri 47/: 64 //-~ V(0d' (44 Yt~44 ~ 4/4.144., 5~il1~64 ~ft.4.'4 (Af Ya i~n 1~7~/.' t~iyr* 4~clL?~l/,~~ 4. -~r ~(,-5 r"'E 2';lu~r~ 414i 4. ?/AI A4II4417g 3~l na4r zET GI4.;Thy .zy~4 4 i '?'f~nr blt (4 4. 144.4 41h4 414.4 yJ'r4%~, sni /'i'A ffrMrht4.~rl tl ti 1f,,vx~ I Y~ad i I'ami o Iii; 1,';-ll ~ cPA'44 4.i41t7 4M4(t 4.44/J rdJ,9 ariA lada, lrn') ly ay;~aaaiAN hlrIn, tA 1?a op tl. (zilldf (1120~u (~~infy Jina rtn' ( '10411:4 Joanl it/rlu *tIti~ 4/it 1,1/1l ab4' riarfi0-4,M JfatiYP. A ui of -~i~ thull~ rC·mawp~nnld Jai1i(ilttff 1,ri, 4ijs 4. i. ilh.iA i/i1, iil a irnoor sa trobiriyrirr 1114 'iWO. (~hal LarnF mu tt havi, A'1f liiio arn i, li~ri ftpfr0al'Qi 4btitllI! hut .1'JoTa TlNirrnt.0~ i nitat of Aia,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

Public Company., ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION ASSURANCNuwO R EaRE RENTS INSURED. Pist-chan DWELLINGSO EIGITEZITP2ITOE PE2 £100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. /BRISANE WATER : STEAM BETWEEN SYDNEY AND GOSFORD. Sih steamer CHARLOTTE FENWVIC leaves PATENT SLIP WHARbF at 8.30 a.m, and No.'2 JETTY, Circular Quaoy, :at S a.m. daily, leaving> (IOSFOID, on the trn Trip, at 2 p.m., giving Passengers about wo hours iu aosford and landing them in Sydney about 5 p.m. Special Trips on. Snndye at Exeursion Rat es. Leaving theBatent Slip Wharf at 8.90 a.m., callinSg at Darling-street, alneain, and No. 2 Jetty, Circular Quay, at 9 a.m. T-he superior* acommodatien and sea-going nualities of thi esteamer, as well as the speed aon regularity of her trips, offer speeial inducemen to passengers. LYALL SCOTT, OSPdRD YDRISBADE: WATER. S SPECIAL NOTICE. With a view to meet theincreasing trafes, andin eomplianco with the wishes of a large number of the residents of the di...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

NAUTICAL NONseNSE. By our .Mania? Mariner. SIt's nonsense to sail before the wind when' you are much behind. It's nonsonse to suppose a lugger will answer your: expectations as well as her own-helm. It's 'nonsense to land a smack in."the teeth of the wind. • - ' It's nonsense to pray for a fresh breeze when it is already blowing hard. It's nonsense to suppose that land lubbers must inevitably feel ill when the vessel reaches. It's nonsense to take lead keels into con sideration when you weigh anchors. It's nonsense to suppose that anybody but your uncle ever keeps thefirst watch. Tanning the bark that is on the sea. Buttering the roll of the ocean. Getting a breath of the briny Balt-aire. Taking to a bed of oysters when you sink down. Complying with the conditions of the atmosphere when they are much more than yol can put up with. Mistaking a drenched sailor for a dry humourist. Supposing that the more heavily great guns are loaded the father they will carry. £1000.-First Annual Sal...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TEMPTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

A TEMFTBESS. Er 2TJZ3' - t1. a - Lr lEis -en aen- - 3 m.=Sy-'e do ',d ?" "? e , ne .'ednr - ig-l -s.r c n..id i ..r c.-.a.r wo? a1 d7 at rL facstr teisi~c*. T7 ab-oy is pSnti -"7 s" - A's, T i'Is nd *e had aormi ; as the-y would dthat sometimes, ns 17it'r nr w.s: aLdr+.y *7ai te'iadr sz-.aswa a - tA-1^m all l sc, the they res gyou me Tha--.d chid. ?Ict she t W"su ass le ,'aalis' a-o it thie .?hea d da?l, wintr 3 l aginsa yo Lewhich thke. AL yo rin e yo I ?,li g~e.r Loth et fzlzl nine-- tl Te Afvnain aisg, iv-» ou£z3 g ower ra ttling I stzron ea "s o traee r, -,irh ia Ivt Eea s ataian and sief in dulg -.r oi' w d, Lt-- s-ixm y iear nnadri t r in t ,nr. yofe ,s'st h-.e hasmad: *iulrttl hoAme- fo~Ly EsA and iusti an h f l eay .s hnimtas tn drnesi ao-Kise tersonal InuFesen v tao epol hi-si m sdest roof-t C with bsseseein dec to swtenig any surnin through. the l igh Cn- hir y tir. £- redseb at w-en ve ,'*into the ires- r aii, :wi sn -__ _ anh thr ainfg tati raaLmag to eie m r a. fa*- ."m...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

Money.. Ta/ONEY, IN LARGE OR SMALL SUiMS A privato apitalist will arranoge togunmrangoe the discount account of merohaits and traders, or will DISCOUNT their trado bills. Mako advances on goods in store or bond, certi. flcateos, orotleor mercantilo securities. All negotiations confldential. Name and address ron application to ' r'iel ,Box 989, G.'.O, Publications. SENT Post Free for Twolve Penny S Stamps. - A Treatise on Nervous Disorders, Celibacy, Marriage, How to Choose a Partner for Lifo: also the injury caused by the use of Tobacco and Alcohol, &c., &c. Address, R. T. SELBY, M.H., Devonshire-street, Surry Hills, Sydney. Meeting. T HE HALF-YEARLY MEETING of the N.S.W. TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION will be held at the Swan wvith-Two-Necks, on SATURDAY, January SO, at 8 o'clock. BusINEsss: : Report and Balance-sheet, and Election of Oficers. RICHARD GOUGH, Secretary" i Typo. Asso. Rooms, January 16, 1886. Wanted. ANTED;, CANVASSERS for the V unday TPinrs and Globe news...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. QUIRINDI, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. FROM OUR OWN CORRSEBPONDENT.] QUIRINDI, Tuns DAY. Intelligence has reached here that Mrs. . .Melville, wife of the manager of Trinkeoy Station, broke her leg yesterday. It is said she slipped off a water carriage. Dr. Dowo went out there from Gunnedah. There was a slight shower,with thunder, yesterday afternoon. There were fifty-two points of rain fell on Saturday afternoon. Business extremely dull. GLEN INNES, Tnxs DAY. Dr. Carr was found dead inbed at Kelly's Hotel. The deceased was a resident of Morpeth, and had been lecturing on mes merism and phrenology within the dis trict for the last two months. At the in quest the jury-returned a verdict of death from an overdose of morphia. At the DistrictsCourt, opened yesterday. before Judge Murray, Henry Juergens, for attempted suicide, was acquitted; J. S. Smith, for burning a hay stack, was convicted for seven years. TAMWORTH, Tmes DAY. Yesterday considerable excitement was created'when it became known that Mrs. Cha...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

Agent: "Well, Doolin, now that you have a vote, what party are you going to support ? " Doolin: " Bogorra, 'tie meself that'll be obleeged to support the same owld party still Agent: " WVlat party is that?'" Doolin': "Why,' no zmother-in-law, to be sreni Ask fcr Dyasons to.e each Jamr-A>] . C*OMMUNICATED.-A school-bored boy writes, indignantly, to know why he was plucked for an examination, when he answered every question right, specially this one about the horse, which he was asked to describe, "This was the way I did it, and showed 'em I knew what a cow was as well," says our school-bored boy: "The horse is a noble creature, and so is the cow; he gives us milk and has four legs, one at each corne r, and a tail in the middle, and horns at the other end, but not the horse. If you hit him he won't do it again. iHe only kicks at the back. The dud." And the school-bored boy was plucked for this I Too bad. The best internal disinfectant is WoLrc's ScEaIIPs, the Iprest spirit knowns, ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BULLI SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

BULLI SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. The following are the etarte for the cen1 test on January 26 :-- I yds. yd. rim Whilller,ulli, scr. Quity, Sydney .. 14 lBollette, Kiama ... 2 Trvelin, Bull .., 14 , 1'Donald, Sydney ., 3 . M.lluins Ptersnham' .14 Linane Leiolaliardt 5 Hill, BuSli , 15 Sheet ?nchor, Bulli 9 Qullt;YWollongong 15 Willing, Bulli .. '10 Gran, Clifton ,. 15 Willioams, Mlount 0 Oldirnos, Dapto ...1l Pl s t . iller, Bi . ..1 Clare, FigT'Pree .w 10 Bishop... 9. t.,"~~;I:"f.."~l J? Spinlis . ...!1°8 lunkip, .Shellhorbour 1 Du hirl .* ....' 1 Cole, Dapto ... ... 12 Dunbroll.. FPox, Otterd ... ...12 Allon ... ... 1 WorplesI, Mount Kernm- Gibbons ... 10 bin ... ... 13 R. Spinks .. 1i Browill, Sherbroke ... 13 -W. Lowis ... 21 Woodfdeld, Jalnoi roo1ld A. Lewis ...21 locks, Mountt Keira 14 .,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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