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MOST BARBAROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
MosBT BsaenAous.-Mr. Fun's fun.' niiieet funny 'man: "You know, Mr. Barber, you're a' most ill natured'person." Barber:, "Indeed sir." Mr. Fun's F.F.M.: "?o(s, =you take a delight in seeing people, in for scrapes, and though you give yourself (h)airs, you 'ire always taking off everybody else's." Barber: "'Now, really, Mr. Wheezer, I hope'you'll keep quiet till I've finished'latheringyou." Mr. Fun's F.F.M.: "'Let's soap so." Barber (desperate): "Look here, Mr. Wheezle., if you well keep on indulging in jokes, you'll find I shall presently be illustrating them--by cuts."
THE CITY BANK OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE CITY BANK OF SYDNEY.. Thle 44th half-yearly meeting of the City Bank of Sydney was held at noon to-day. The directors' report was as under:-The not profits, after deducting rebate on current bills, interest on fixed deposits, providing for bad or doubtful debts, defraying all expenses of manage mant, and bonus to officers, amount to £20,218 14e. ?d.; to which is to be added, balance from last year, £8,164 14s. 10d.; nmaking available for distribution, £28,383. Os. 5d. ; which the directors recom mend for appropriation as follows, viz.: to-dividend at the rate of 121 per cent. per annum, £15,000; reserve fund, £5000; balance to next half-year, £8383 Os. 5d. After the balance-sheet and report had been adopted, the Hon. eoo. Thornton, M.L.O., and Mr. Edward Wrench, the retiring directors, wore re-elected, and Mr. W. C. Bartels was elected an auditor in the place of Mr. H. C. D'Ardier. The meeting then terminated.
ROSEHILL RACING CLUB. 23rd JANUARY, 1886. THE HURDLE RACE.—2¼ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
ROSEHILL RACING CLUB 23rd JANUArY, 1880.. ThE nuIDLIS ?ACE.-21- mile. St b st lb rmmcr... ...12 5 Cvsmsl ... 9 3 aeron .. ... 11 7 ?oonlight .. 9 Hloector .. ... 11 5 Cecil .,. 0 Scoboloff.... ,10 11 Verdi .... ... 0 ]Baronet ... . 0 Ilejected ... 9 0 Miokoel . 0. 9 8 hatter .. ...9 0 Tile Fisl ... 09 5 Javelin .. ,.. 0 0 Ktingeton .. ...9 Tun FLFINO IIANDICAI-7 furlongs Coelston ... ... 9 0 Icith ... ...7 2 Preston ...... 812 Phon ... ... 7 2 Xoathleen .. ., 8 8 Cordayl .. .. 7 0 Desmond ... ... 8 6 Peores ... ....7 0 Prodsl ... 8... Arit .., ... 7 0 Ile Worship 8.12 Freoemason ... 6 12 Wallanga... ... 8 2 Zaroba .,, 10 I?els. ... 8 0 lforcea ... ... 6 9 SJpculatLon ... 8 0 St. Anbyn....... 6 7 itecruit ... ... 7 12 Bon Acconrd . 4 Es coigl .... ,7 10 Sn Dial.. ... 4 Bllion ... ... 7 9 Sorella ...... 6 2 Boor ... ... 7 Prcsenoutation ...0 2 lonrk0 ... ...77 Cestus ... 6 Cairo ... ... 7 5 Loctro .. .. 0 0 Lenmear ... ... 7 5 Thaumnlo ... 6 0 Tlo Monk... ... 7 5 Jackson ... ... m 0i ...
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. LATE SPORTING. SYDNEY TURF CLUB. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
2'e following appeared last nig7t in our Third Edition. LATE SPORTING. SYDNEY TURF CLUB. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. The following weights have boon de clared for the above: THE HURnDLE RACE-TWO miles. atlb. a st. lb. Drnmmer ... 12I Tholh ... 12 7 T . 7 Stdicant ... 12 5 ilnstn.. .. 7 Confdence ..11 0 1 ymibal . .. 5 hector .. ... 11 7 Amateur .. .. 9 5 Bolleo lmadon ... 11 5 Vordi ... ... 9 0 Kangaroo ... ...11 30 lojectod... . 0 obolof ... 11 0 Javelin ,., ,,, 0 "Michael ... .., 010 F?LINO HANDICAP-Six fnrlongs. .Preston aa. 0 Aatrtea. ... 7 5 Ccrisc and l1oe .., 811 The onk.. ,. a 5 Katbleln... 8 Rlosobad ... ... 7 ozo ,.. ,,87 Corday .., , 7 Oalatea... 8 4 Zareba 7 0 laveansaorth ... 8 Pere .. ... 7 c Ihs Woraship .,8 4 Freemaon ,.7 0 Rebhs . 5 2 loreeaa , . a 12 lnlzon.. 8 o2 Crossfolr ., .,. 0 10 Comas ... ... 82 St. Aubyn.. , 7 Snvadst .....a8 0 Istml ... Bpecu'alion ... 80 Sulltan ... , oearlit .. ...8 0 rigoantel ..,na lurrilda .. . 712 Lorcll, 6 4 EPleglo ... ... 7 12 Valotta 4 ...
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." HE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:— [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." HE ".SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED F ?OM TEN FOLLOWING AGENTS.- Mr.'John Varney, Dap-street, Globe Mrs. Chapman, BrldgO House, Forest Lodge Mr. G. Cassolla,-Ellizabeth-trool, Bolmoro Park Mr. John Fisher, Elleabothl-etreoot past Bathurst astreet Mr. B. KBa. 7 Geoorgo-trea Wesb Mrs" Mooro, 21 Globe Point Road 'Mr. Frost, 84 Gore-street, Cmpordoown. Mr. G. Gough, Tobaconilost, lebo.roass Mr. Wo as oorg.oetret West, opposito BaN. way Satoion M . QBrown, 13 Georgeetreet West Mr. 3. Billlod 1,93 I-treot. Nowtown -Mr. J. C .Voneosh 281Mteg-stroet, Nowtown Mr. J.'T. Jones,. Tobacconist, Mealy, Mr. M. Gannon. 217 Onford.strot, opposite gaol Mr. John L. Borghoefer, 810, Pittstreet Mr. Goode.' OCusterbary. l. Petersham Meo tc.e, Nolson-sroet. Petorsham Mr. .Flynn, 249 Orford-otreot, opposite saol Mr. . oEvead, 112 Oo2rd-street Mrs. Manning , Osford-etret , Mr. S. Scandrtt Churoh stre. t,?rramatta Mr. M. Jacobs,? 0 Parek-street Harris Bros., 9 Kingg.oeet NeNwtow, St. Po ...
THE ALHAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE ALHAMBRA, Mr. Frank Smith has changed the pro gramme again at the Alhambra Theatre, although the Christmas bill was in the height of its success. The capabilities of the companyappear now at their beat, and to make the performance more entertain ing, Mr. Campbell, a very clover ventrilo quist, has been engaged. With some very good figures, he contrives to keep the audience in roars of laughter for twenty minutes or more. The remainderof the company appear in new songs and farces, which are received with much favour. The new rogrammo will be repeated to night anduntil further notice.
THE LATE COLLISION. THE MARINE BOARD INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE LATE COLLISION, THE MARINE BOARD INQUIRY. The Marino Board inquiry into the col lision between the You Yangs and Civility steamers was continued yes terday afternoon, when Richard Stewart, chief oflicer of the You Yangs, Chas. Fitch, second mate, and Henry Wa nor, chief engineer, of the same vessel gave ovidence corroborative of that of Captin George Andrew, The inquirywas adjourned until this morning. On resuming this morning, George Farnsby and John Robertson, A.B's. on the You Yangs, were examined, but their evidence was very similar on the main points to that of the other witnesses called from the You Yangs. Earnest King, master of the e.s. Goe hung, stated he was going down the harbour on the morning of the 14th.. Ho was on the starboard' side of the Civility, and was right abreast of that vessel all the way down to Bradley's. He thought the Civility was right in the channel. There was a bright light in the harbour, apparently in Watson's Bay, which he took to be that of a ...
DEPUTATION TO THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
.DEPUTATION TO THE MAYOR. A deputation from the combined com mittee of the Trades and Labour Council, Saddlers and Harness-makers', and Boot makers' Societies, waited upon the Mayor of Sydney this morning, with reference to the granting of the use of the Town Hall vestibule for the forthcoming grand demonstration on February 22; when the question of imposing ad valoinem duties on certain manufactures, with a view to the encouragement and fostering of colonial industry, will be considered. The deputation was introduced by Mr. J. D. Young, and consisted of Mr. J. Caddy, President of the .Trades and Labour Council; Mr. J. Cronin, President of the Saddlers and Harness-makers' Society; and Mr. R. Irvine, assistant secretary of the Bootmakers' Society. SThe Mayor of Sydney willingly con ceded to their request, on the condition that they would, as is customary, defray the cost of the gas. The deputation then withdrew. A deputation from the Redfern Town Council, consisting of the Mayor of R...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. CROOKWELL, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (VoO ow own CORREBPONDENTS.) CROOKWELL, True DAY. A rather stormy meeting of the com mittee of. the Agricultural Society was held at the Commercial Hotel on Monday evening, the vice-president, Mr. Broderick, presiding. It was decided that the ap pointment of Mr. Proesser as secretary at a previous meeting was illegal, he not being a member of the committee. A deal of discussion took place on this point, the committee being .divided as to the inter protation of the rule. A motion to get legal advice on'the matter was withdrawn and the motion deciding the election to be illegal carried by six to five. It was agreed to hold a special meeting on Satur day next for the election of a secretary. The date of the show was fixed for the 11th March. TAMWORTH, Tnrs DAr. Mr. O. R. Upjohn and a number of our townsmen are interesting themselves in considering the advisability of forming a company for the manufacture of tweed and woollen goods. We have plentyof the very best raw ...
THE LORD LIEUTENANCY. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE .LORD. LIEUTENANCY. rFRoac OUD OWN Co?URESENDENT MELBOURNE, Tnrs DAY, Cablegrams received hero from London state that it is rumoured that the Right lon. Geo. Franois Hamilton will be appointed to thoe position of Lord Lieu. of Ireland. RELEABE OF MR. STEAD. Mr. W. A. Stead, Editor of thoPallMall Gazetle, who was sentenced on the No vember 10, to three months' imprisonment, In connection 'with the Lily Armstsong abduction case, was roleased yesterday. To-day a meeting was held to welcome Mr. Stead after his incarceration, the pro coedinge antwhich were characterisod by great enthusiasm.
THE GRAFTON MYSTERY. GRAFTON, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE GRAFTON MYSTERY., (usaon oIU oWN CORUESPONDENT.) GRAPTON, TuIs DAr. Ndt a vestige has been discovered of young Buchanan, and the affair is shrouded in mystery. Every nook and corner has been searched without success. The impression is gaining ground that a diabolical murder had been committed. The missing stirrup which was found at the Junction, alongside the road, several of the search party aver was not theore on Sunday. Buchanan had £200 on his person at the time, consisting. of one cheque for a large, amount and notes. Alumny Creek was dragged yesterday afternoon and Carris Creek to day. The 'search party are quite bewildered; several have given it up altogether. The affair is shrouded in inexplicable mystery. BUcIANAN DISCOVEaED-A BILLY HOAX. The Buchanan mystery has been solved and turns out to be nothing more than a cruel hoax on the part of Buchanan, who has turned up in Sydney. What his object was is unknown, but it is thought that monetary difficulties had something to...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROMr OUR OWN CORRESPONDENSr.) MELBOURNE, Tins DAY. The Liberal caucus yesterday accepted the proposal of Mr. Gillies to form a coali tion in which each party should have an equal voice, and appointed AKr. Deakin leader. Mr. Gillies will address his constituents at Echuca on January 28. s The Argus and Telegraph approve of the coalition. The Age opposes it. A serious split has developed among the Liberals, says The Telegraph, which re presents the views of the section of Conservatives opposed to Mr: Gillies's self nomination as leader; and it seems likely that a number of members of that party will refuse to follow him. Mr. Berry's friends at Geelong propose entertaining him at a farewell soiree on February 19. The Defence Department contemplate erecting a powder factory, on plans pre pared by Colonel Noble, Superintendent of the Royal Powder Factory, Waltham. Mr. Marshall, master of the Kensington State School, has completed arrangements for a team of 15 c...
CORPORATION SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
CORPORATION SALE YARDS. This morning's market was charactorised by a very consideralo over-supply of Calves from the Hunter River and the Southern lino of railway. This fast depressed prices for calves at least 5s or 6s. per head. Pork is firm and sold from 5d: to Gid per lb., living. Lambs are much easier, being down perhaps 2s Gd per head. Thero was a good sale for milch cows. Prices: Calves, large, 32s; medium, 20s; inferior, 12s; porkers, 23s to 80s; large sows, 451s to 80; lambs, 3s to 9s porhead; cows, milch, prime, £.12; medium, ££8; others, £..
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLonE OFFICE, 1 P.X. Sales reported on Change:--Federal Blank, 60s.; Mercantile Bak, £5 17s. Gd.; A.S.N. Co., steam, 13 ; Australian Mutual Fire Insuranco, 11s.; City Mutual Fire, is. lid.; Australian Gaslight (new shares), .11; Saywell, tobacco, 17s. Gd.; Shale and Oil'Co., Gs. Gd.; -Wallsend Coal, £10; Sunny Corner, silver, 37s.; Silver King, silver, 12s. Gd., lls.
LAST MOMENT [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
LAST' MOMENT .This morning, at the Water Polici Court, a person named Louis Keyzor was charged withbobfaining by false pretences 110 hams from William Ponder and Co, Mr. Addison dismisseditho charge, on the ground that the goods were. ontered as having been sold to the prisoner. Notice of appeal was given. A report of the case, which is a peculiar onoe,will be found elsewhere. Mr. John Davies, C.M.G;, this morning interviewed theo Minister forWorks with regard to the abolition of the trpaulin sheds at the railway station.lRedfen. He received an encouraging reply. The Minister for Works visits the Pros pect water scheme to-morrow, starting from the Redfern station by' a special train at 7 'a.m. He will return'about 8 p.m. Mr, Lysaght, M.P., 'succeeded,. this morning, in obtaining a public holiday for the town of Wollongong on -Wednesday, February4. The 'agricultural show is the occasion of the holiday. Four deputations are set down for hear ing by the Ministor for Works to-morrow', b...
THE PARTHIA'S IMMIGRANTS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE PARTHIA'S IMMIGRANTS The hiring of the married and single men who arrived from the quarantine station ex s.s. Parthia, was proceeded with as usual at the hiring room, Fort Mac- quarie, under the supervision of Mr. Frank B. Treatt, of the Immigration Office. The demand for farm labourers, married and single, was in excess of the supply. Engagements were effected as follows:- Farm labourers, £40, £38, £35, £40, and £30 per annum, with board and residence; gardener, 35s. per week, with lodging only. No married couples had been hired up to one o'clock. Those in waiting were a very fine set, both of women and men, and represented perhaps the best of the English working classes. All were very eager to obtain employment, and no diffi- culties were raised with employers. The hiring of single women at the Hyde Park depot commenced at noon, nominally; but in reality it was some time later before any engagements were made, in conse- quence of the anxiety of the ladies to secure the best gi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
Special Aavertisements. BAILING'S LOAN and DISCOUNT BANK 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 (between King and Market streets.) ,S EA S. OAM SHAMPOO.' "SEA FOAM SI0MflOO.' Hovoyou ever tried tbhe "SEA FOAM SIHAs. POO P" ' nob loso no tin i getting a box of this great cleanser of tIhe hair and skin. Delight. fully perumaen, and softening to the skin and hair' it stands loneo s tho grns es produotion oS modern chemistry. Insist on ohaving it, and do nob bo persudod to tako something Olseon tho sloe that it's dust as good. Sold everywheroe at Is. I L) WHOLESALE ALL DEALERS. W ALLACH BROTHERS, Now Furniture Warehouses, York-street, Wynyard-square, Sydney. MANUFACTURERS and IMPORTEIS SO"Art Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Pianos and Carpets. WALLACH BROTHERS, Sydncy, Melbourne and London. Special Advertisements. B~ AY BROTHERS,...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERN. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERN. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Meares, D.S.M.) leroTso.--William Lucas and Joseph Wyndeyer, for behaving in a riotous manner on the Botany-road, were each fined, the former 10s. with costs, or three days, and the latter 20. orseven days. CnuLrrT.-Sydney Ford, cruelty to a horse by working it with a sore back, suf fered in a penalty of 10s., 4s. costs, or three days. TIEATENINO LANfoAoE.-SarahTangye proceeded against her husband, John Roger Tangye, for threatening that he would hang for her. The prosecutrix stated that he was mad with drink, and smashed everything in the house. The de fendant was ordered to find sureties to keep the peace for six months; self in £40, and two each in £20, with Os. Gd. costs, or in default two months. ALLEGED STEALIN.o-Jessie Matthison was charged with stealing a dress valued at 14s. 6d., the property of John Prender ville. The defendant pleaded that the prosecutors wife sent for her. They had some beer together; she pawnedher chi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
SPublic. Notices. J Ti"TURNER ROBINSON and CO.'S S Tailoring Establishment, IfIAREET CLOTH RALL 478, GEORGE STREET, Establishedl 864, has the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of WOOLLENS in the colony Direct frm the Ma ulacturers. Fashionable and First-class GAIIMENTS.to ORDER, S well madoe, wsll shrunk, and a porrfoct flit guaranteed. , -IL OIL, OIL.-WHALE OIL, RE SFINED and BLEACHED; also BLACK FISH OIL for SALE, at lowest rates, by H. P. GREGORY and CO., 17, Pitt-street, Circular Quay, Sydney. ? C. MESSITER, Fashionablo Tailor Sand Men's Mercer, 255, PITT-ST.; claims to supply Suits, &c., which for .Quality and Price cannot :bo.Equalled in thoeCity. A MERICAN BAR, No. 14. Iced Drinks of .every description. Cocktnils in 3) different ways. Wines from all the principal vineyards. mTHOrAS T. EWING, Surveyor, .L specially licensed under Real Pro perty Act, Nos. 13 and 14, first floor, Tat tersall's-chambers, Hunter and Castlereagh streets, Sydney. CARRIN GTON MEWS 158, Phillip-...