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STOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

BTOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS. MLonox.--Fine up to Friday, when 86 points rain fell. Pasture fair. Water supply sufficient in most parts of the district ; will probably last about three nbinths. Condition of stock fairly good and improving; 452 store cattle, Wild Horse Plains to Carcoar; 20,000 store wethers Edgoroi to Ballarat. NAnAnai?s.-Fine, very hot. Pasture as bad as it can be. Water supply very low. Condition of stock low; 8108 sheep to Benhaba. CoNDonnom.--Pleasantlycool. Asplendid rain of 2in. and 0 points fell on 10th instant. The fall extended over a con siderable area, replenishing streams, and doing an immense amount of good. More rain is threatening. Pasture fair as a rule. Water supply replenished. Con dition of stock good. Waoae WAooA.-Very hot, with occa sional showers. Pasture very good. Water' supply abundant. Condition of stock, good. 5980 wethers to Victoria; 900 sie. uy sheop, 0nagIlan3 fi Coolamnore 360 mixed, Taney to Doniliquin. Stock movements are few, owing to...

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

CENTERAL. WEDNESDAY; January 20. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) IDLE AND DISORDERLY WOMEN.-Mary M'Dermott (52), and Victoria Detrea (21), were both sent to gaol for three months. The last named prisoner was stated by the police to be a companion of thieves, pros titutes, and notorious French convicts. AssAULTING A CONSTAmLE.-James King was fined 20s. or seven days for being drunk and disorderly; and for assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty, was sent to gaol for two months. Robert Henry Butler (26) jockey, for inciting a prisoner to resist a constable was fined 40s. or fourteen days. STEALINGo.-Nichola Pietz, for stealing a saddle, the property of Thomas Cos grove, Castlereagh-street, was sent to prison for three months. On a further charge of stealing three horses, he was remanded till Monday next. Charles Frank Tomlinson, for illegally pawning a brooch, the property of James Ellison, was committed to take; his trial at the next Quarter Sessions. AssAULT Ann TxHEs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WATERLOO FIRE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

THE WATERLOO FIRE INQUIRY. The above was continued yesterday after John Manning, who was called, described himself as a general dealer, and said that on the Sunday previous to the fire his father-in-law, Jeremiah Ilourigan, called on him to say that the window of thehouse was open and there was apile of rubbishiin the centre-room. This he removed, and then locked up the house and did not visit it again until after the fire had occurred. The night of the conflagration he was on the cab rank, Forbes-streot, Darlinghurst, from8p.m. till 11 p.m. Afewmomentslator two firemen got into his cab and he drove them to Campbell-street whore they dis charged him. There he heard that the blaze was on the Zetland Estate, and as he had an empty house there he drove out ahd found his place had been burnt. In dross examination the witness stated that he had built the house of some old materials which he purchased for £8 10s. from a dealer. The work of creation cost about £11, and he insured the place...

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BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

BALMAIN. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, S.M.) ~orous. - John Bourke, and James Murray were each fined 10s. with 2s. 6d. costs, or two days in gaol FUBronse RDING.-For furious riding a lad named Alfred Piercewas fined 20s., 2s. 6d. costs, or four days in gaol. " Pao?sa?Tr.-William Caewell'for usintg ofane language in a public street was sed20s.,with 4e. lOd., costs, orsevendays. Frank Cridland, charged with a sniilar offence, did not appear, consequently a warrant wasissued. ssoAULT.-John Moore, John Barry, and James Barry,wereeach charged,bywarrant, withunlawfully assaulting John M'Inness, and Barry and John Moore were further charwed with abusing Mary M'Innes, in Darling-street, Balmain. The prisoners were all recognised by both M'Inness and several other witnesses. M'lnness had just left the Commercial Hotel, at a [quarter to eleven o'clock on the 9th of January, when the prisoners set upon him, thrashed him, knocked him down and jumped on him. On the interference of his wife (Mary M'nn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

SPORTING TOPICS. The only additional scratchings for the Anniversary Handicap. are Liberte and Pearl Bay. So far no horses have been withdrawn from any of the events for Rosehill. Vulcan, who injured himself at a hurdle race last Saturday, at.elboirne, has been shot. For thelBraidwood races, Paradeis much fancied for the cup,j but Comus is still first favourite. We notice advertised in the Vegetable Creek Times, that a. Chinese race carnival will take place on February 10, under the management of a European Committee. The bookmakers had better now give up trying to suppress the totalisator, and turn their attention to the threatened invasion of the turf by the "yellow agony." Just imagine "John" commencing bookmaking, and having a Tattersalis' club of his own, but when you struck him how serviceably would the "no savee" come in.. The sporting people up Vegetable Creek way mutt be fond of novelty.. :s,"!'"" ' A 'special meeting of the Goulburn Coursing Club is cilled for Thursday eve...

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

LATEST BETTING·. A.NSVSUSABT HANDICASP. The following horses wore inqilired foe at the prices named, at noon to-day:- STempe, Bat. 6lb... -. ,. 5 to 1 CerisesandBlue St. .. 7 to ?Inerva 8,a. Olb.. .. ... 10 to t Deoruit ......... ...10 to l Soldler Boy, Sat.21b. .. . 12 tto I Honoydow, 8st. 61b. .. . 12 to 1 Burrllda, lst. 2b." ... 12 to L Dattailous, Sat. 41b. .. ... 12 to I Jewel. 7at. 21b ...... . 14 to 1 BSn Bolt, 7st.12b. .. .. 1 to Bonny Boo Oat. 9ib. ... , ... 16 to 1 Bullion,6at.121b.... ... ...16 to 1 Espieglo, Oat. tOb. .. .. 20 to aoros.u .. . ... 20 to 1 Pot Girl. 6st. Sib.... .. ... 25 to 1 Otlhers100 to to I00 to 4.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES ROWING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

New SoUrn WALES ROWING AsSOCIATsE N. The first meeting of the committee for the year 1886 was held at Aaron's Exchange Hotel last night, when nearly all the membors of committe and club delegates were present. The first business of importance after reading the minutes and correspondence, was the election of heon. secretary, and heon treasurer. This resulted in Mr." C. A. Bros being elected hon. secretary, and Mr. R. A. [eddie being elected hon. treasurer. Both gentlemenwore elected unanimously. It was resolved that the hon. secretary should send Mr. P. J. Clark, late heon. secretary, a copy of the resolution passed at the annual general meeting, conveying a vote of thanks to Mr. Clark for his valu able services to the association during the time he was hon. secretary. The captains of the various rowing clubs were requested to choose eight names for a crow for the next Intercolonial Eight contest, and report to the committee at the nert monthly meeting, to be held the first Monday in...

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

BLAiNEY SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. The following are the handicaps for the Blayney Sheffield Handicap, to be run on January 26: Yards, Yards. T. H. Malone ... ser. W. Barry (as. T. agen ... . 6 sumed ..., 12 . ogers .... 7 31. F.. Colreavoy 12 H. Brooks ... 7 L-Cameron ... 1 Doubtful(assumed) 7t I W. Mitton ... 13 W. G. Spced ... 10 H. Sovoir (as. J. . Hoalono ... 10 sumd) .(.. 13 M. Smith .. ... 11 J. H. Shor ..; 13 C. Burton (as- W. E. Town ... 1 sumed)... ...11 P. Haskins ,. 14 M. M'Avinoy ... 11 J.H. lassn ... 15e P.Luok ... 11 oW. Brown... ...15 J. H. ?artyn ... 11 .3. Gilbert (as. .. Beilby ... ... 11 sumed) ... .. W. Potter... 1... 12

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Globe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and otfie communicatioe mtondoel fo Insertion in thbo news columns shouIl bo adel dressod to TuE ErITon. All business communlcations, inclnling advortlsao ients e ordars fortho Oaped, and romittanes,. Bhouldiboeddrosaed to tho B inesEssa Aasu, end not to Tim EDITOr. WEDNESDATY, JANIUARY 20.

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GREAT BRITAIN AND GREATER BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

GREAT .BRITAIN AND GREATER BRITAIN. In spite of that closer communica tion between Great Britain and the Colonies, which is the characteristic glory of the present times, the utter went of knowledge of Australian feeling is too frequently startlingly conspicuous in English journals. The Home News of December 11, just received, assures us that:-" Austra lian Federation is now an accom plished fact, although the abstention of two of .the principal colonies still prevents the complete realisa tion of the scheme." This is pretty good for a beginning. It has not occurred to the .ome News that three colonies, instead of two, stand out of the Federation, and that those three independent colonied entirely out weigh in every manner the States in the Federation. Victoria and Now South Wales, for instance, may be taken as equal in -point of popu lation at . the present moment; but our rate of increase is so much greater than that of the younger colony that by June of the present year we shall ...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

NOTES AND COMMENTS How in the world can the nomination of Bishop Moorhouse to the See of Ma.n chester be termed a compliment to Ans tralia. That is one of the minor puzzles of the 'day. ?The Times says its a compliment,, and really one 'hardly likes to contradict the Ti?es. When Dr. Moorhouso was made Bishop of Melbourne we were informed that a compliment to Australia was involved in the choice, and although we could notseo tho compliment, the Bishop elect beingat the time an unknown man; yet when we found out his rare abilities, his admirable character, and his wonderful energy, we were ready to admit, and gladly admitted, the singular and exceptional good luck of the choice. How there can be any compliment in taking away from Australia one of the best representatives of the Anglican Church who over set foot onitsshores it would be extremely hard to say. If any one could remove our coal mines, we suppose the Times would call that a benefit to Australia. This is Mr. Parnell's view o...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

THE DAY'S DOINGS. Sir Henry Loch's reasons for loaving Government Hous., Melbourne, for Mace don, our Melbourne correspondent states, are that the place is in danger of being burnt owing to the hordes of vagrants living in the domain, and because the evil smells entering the bedrooms from the Yarra are unbearable. Our Melbourne correspondent says that strong efforts are to be made to raise sub scriptions for the sufferers by the fires in the Heytesbury Forest. The secretary of the movement wires from Camperdown that the people are living in tents on the ruined selections, and that the women and children are suffering agonising tortures from the burns received. Our Braidwood correspondent states that the crops in that locality have been all gathered. The yield will be seven bushels below the, average per acre, but the grain is of excellent quality. Last evening, at the Swan-with-Two Necks, a committee meeting of the asso ciated plumbers was held, for the purpose of receiving tenders ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

MINING TOPICS. Prince of Wales and Old Poverty Com pany, Tarnagulla, January 16.-Western drive has been extended Oft. for the week; total distance from chamber, 94ft. The water is still increasing in the face. East drive driven 9ft.; total distance, 86ft. Some strong leadershave just been cut in the face dipping vast. We have taken the men out of the western face, to drive a little distance on the Blacksmith's Lode. As the lode is almost entirely unworked, we thought it worth prospect ing; it contains a little flour gold, and a fair show of mixed minerals. The Lubra Silver-mining Company, No liability, January 19.-Mining manager telegraphs:--"Lubra West; contractfor sinking shaft 50ft. completed." . New Normanby Company, Ballarat East,? January 16.-Now engaged in making preparations to sink shaft a further depth. Shareholders will be pleased to learn that the Minister of Mines has granted'the company £100 out of the prospecting vote. Duke Consols, Timer, January 16; `North drive ext...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY NEWS. GOULBURN, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

COUNTRY. NEWS. (RO 00s or OWl 00n COB5rONDENT.) GOULBURN, JANr. 19. A single meeting in the insolvent estate of F. W. H. Richardson, school teacher, of Carrick, was heard before the commissioner, Mr.'Alexander, this morning when the schedule was amended by the in. sertion of a debt toMrs. Elizabeth Gorman of £5, and also an asset of £7 in the shape of furniture. Insolvent.attributed his in solvency to sickness of long duration in his family. No debts were proved, and the meeting ended. * The A.H.P. Society have received an answer.. to their invitation to Lord Car rington to become patron to the society. His Excellency regretted that, his many engagements precluded him from taking, any part in the epening of the show in March;,but he had 'much pleasure in as senting to the committee's wishes in re his becoming patron of the society. Yesterday morning a youngster, a son of Mr. H. Reynolds, of Lake Bathurst, whilst pursuing the juvenile occupation of scaling fences, fell and broke his ...

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

NEW INSOLVENTS. Arnold Wallace 'Ashburnor Law, of Sydlney, clerk.-Liabilities, £45 4s. 5d.; assets, £5; deficiency, £40 4s. 5d. Causer of insolvency, sickness in family and pressure of creditors. Edward D'Arcy M'Donagh, of Wardell, innkeeper.-Liabilities, .£719 38. Old.; assets, £63 9s; deficiency, £655 14s. Old. Cause of insolvency, pressure of creditors. Rudolph Fuerth, of Bligh-street, Sydney, l?erk.-Liabilities, £825 Is.; assets, £7; deficiency, £28 Is. Causes of insolvency, want of employme?o ago pressure of a oreditoor,i

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SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

SHIPPINS. .VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY. EXCLU. SIVE OF COASTERS AND INTER. COLONIAL VESSELS. T,. Whomre Date of Name and Rig. n'go From. Sailing Abbie.Carver bqo .. 3 Boston ... Oct.15 Agnes Oswaldl, sh - Sharpness ... Nov. Amolfl, so ... 1031 Hinmburg ... Nov. 1' Amoy, sh . 94 Liverpool .. Nov. 7 "Alinous, oh - London ... Nov.1 Anustal, O.S.S. ... 5381 Plymouth ...(Jan. 9 Aldergrove, h . London - Angerton, ns London - Aoustralin, s ...- 'Frisco ... Doe. S1 Anstrlasian, as .1 - London .... Dec. B S Baroo, .. London - artola, nob ;.. Nov.'" ombay, a . London - British Iloooh ... 3Lordon Sncopholus, o ... 1192 at Adolaido .., Nov. 11 Colfornia, bqo ..75. Pt Gamble Candida. h London Cpe Clear, bqo - Liverpool Cpn Comon .. - London ... Ccero.Allego bq CharentC - Chollerton, a .. 173 London ...INov. 5 City of Bombav Lodo Cityof Coninti, h LLondon . .. - 11 Coln, bqo ... 105 Pt Blakoley... CuttySark, h . -. London - Canieso, bqe. . Antworp .. 11 Cyviobrook Cootlo, oh .-London 'Carliblbqo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

?usiness Notices. THE "BEALE" HIGH ARM PATENIT: SEWING. MACHINE. SBUILT TO SPECIAL PLANS VNDER PERSONAL' SUPERVISION; BEALE AND CO.,PNY after many years eixperience in the. SEWING MAcHINE TRADE, observing that all Maohins hitherto intro driced to the public were camable of great improvementc , determined after con sulting the most competent judges and expert?? that their Prinoigal should. pro-' ceed to Euiope, and there get a Machine built that should embody their views and thoroughly satisfy the needs of the Australian people. As the result they nowblave the pleasure , to offer the "BEALR"' IGH-ABM PATENT MACHINI. : A single trial of which muas convince otl most sceptical of. its cast euperiority dover all previous gaforts in SEWING MACHINE IECHANICS.' It possesses all the derwest Improve monts of value. and is suited to a vast 'range of work. NOTHING IS TOO -THICK AID REAVY, NOTHING OO . T' ' AND DELICA7TE FOl THE BEA.L " MACOINE. IT WILL HEM, FELL, D0 CREWEL WORK; And.eicry varie...

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THE PRIVATE HISTORY OF A CAMPAIGN THAT FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

THE PRIVATE HISTORY OF A CAMPAIGN THAT FAILED. nT MARK TWAIN. You have heard from a great many people who did something in the war; is it not fair and right that you listen alittlo moment to one who started out to do something in it, bhut didn't? Tliousands entered the war, got just a tasted of it, and then stopped out again, peimanently. Tlhese, by their very numbers, are respect able, and are, therefore entitled to a sort of voice,-not a lond one, but a modest oneo; not a boastful one, but an apologetic one. T'hey ought not to be allowed much space among better people-people who did something-I grant that; but they ought nt least to be allowed to state why they didn't do anything, and also to explain the process by which they didn't do anything. turely this kind of light must have a sort of value. Out West-there was a good deal of con fusion in men's minds during the first months of the great trouble-a good deal of unsettledness, of leaning first this way, then that, then the othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

'I~r DIOULoUS."-Ethel (who really thinka she must clean some of her old gloves this winter, times are so bad): "Do you sell kid rovivera s' Chemist: Y6 -yea;, m.-T"think yo l ' ll fin''iss G oummidgo'q, infannt orodial', a ;moi jt - Scol-"-' [Confusion.] .WoLE's ScnrrnPs.-Tho publio should demaunp .and ako none but the Benuie Wolfe's Sohspima. . ? vr. Drapery. J. J. RYAN'S DRAPERY and CLOTHING ARCADE, GEORGE-STREET, Is in ful-business swing . EVERYTHINoG NEW, PREMISES SEW ENTIRE STOCK-NEW, and MARLRED VERY CHEAP. Beautiful Millinery, Beautiful Costumes, Beautiful Dress Materials; Beautiful Men's, Boys', and Youths' Clothing, NEW and CHEAP. Come and Have a Look.' Come to the ARCADEfor your J. J. RYAN'S DRAPERY and CLOTHING . ARCADE,. GEORGE-STREETY HAYMARKET M edica. , S : : ,.., Y. D. D 52 CASTLEREAGH STREET, (Upstaire), Sydney, Graduate in Medicine and Surery.. Registered Physician of New South Wales. Consultation: Mail, or in person. Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ion-. day, Wedn...

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JOSIAH AND THE SQUIRE. AFTER THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886

* JOSIAH AND THE SQUIRE. `ATER THE ELECTIONS. 'Said.Josiah to the Squire, whom he mot in Sdudgeon dire, "Six weeks ago to-morrow we'd a convorza. tion, Squire, At the end o',wlhoh you towld me, as you'll Srecall, no doubt, I.was an ill-conditioned and a most ungratofol lout; ' And as 'ow for even thinking I could vote for who I placed, You would turn me from the cottage where my boys and I was raised. Ye, and thou you will remember that you sacked mo from'your hire, After vorty-vive yeare' earvieo !" said Josiah to tho Squire? Said the Squire unto Josiah, in a tone that told his ire, ' Well, suppose I do remember I What is it that you require P Ifyou think I'll give you labour, you're mis tfken,,lot mo say : You shan't work uponmy farm-land not a week-no, not a day I For you've had your way, confound you I and you did not vote for me. And it's thanks to you olodhoppers I'm np longer an M.P. Yse; I've lost the seat bequeathed me by my father and his airo, And on which Ive spent my th...

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