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LAST MOMENT [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

LAST MOMENT Buffaloism was in the ascendant at the Cambridge Club Hotel last evening, the occasion seing the half-yearly election of the Grand Primo. The large assembly hall of the hotel was crowded tooxeces, and as the voting, shows there wore more than 400 "good and time-hearted Buffs" present. The olection was a very exciting one, and was the climax to severe canvass which has been carried on by some of the candidates among the various lodges during thb past six weeks. Mr. IfyanHlains succeeded in heading the poll, and his election appeared to be a very popular one. Mr. Hains has contested the honour more than once, and was only beaten for it by. one vote on the first occasion. He has previously filled the position of Deputy Grand Primeo, and bears a good name in the order for energy, attention, and a thorough regard for the enforcement of the rules and regulations under the Surrey Barnes Constitution. The R.A.O.B. is not likely to be sleepy or silent while Mr. Hains fills the po...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

STOCK AND SUAREII RDPORT. GLOBE OeFFIr, 1 eP.'r Sales reported:-FOderal Bank, o00s.; Bank of Now South Wales, £51; Rank of Now Zealand, £20 10s.; Bank of New Zealand (New Zealand register), £20 5s.; Quennsland National Bank, 9-; North Sherry, 43a. Gd.; Mercantile Mutual In surance, 4e. ld.; United Insurance, G2a.; nustralian Gas Light (now issue), .£11 2s. id.; Wallsend Coal, curm dividend, £4,0; Silver King, 11s. 3d., 10s. d., 11s., 10s.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

"1T fitlG1I7'"1?VE 7tfliN." "It inigih I no been'-how few there ho that know The import. of tbome wors to some wlho boar ' The smile of glndnes jusIt to bidle tho woo That springs fronm .ent potl.folnlotgt, darg and dcee Who Elo tlhe resfle.s togh'ng that musL weart '11ho ?enmb.nnce of eontenteooct, rest and sleep. ' It ml?lt honve torn," lat is not--lot ns ray .lmlllte tehonC oIo' )c o oillg nno saoe for thote WVho bear Itheir hanry burde is right, and day. Atnd.ltn tile resont have hbut acanty' choor t'erphtwnm Efernal Wisdom att llfo's cloeae. Ilhy·fled it fit for joy, throath sorrows here. "I it mglhtf have, f cn "-ahl let that never be the mnotto of our lives nthll ollitt ]itn (Of h~a,'lc.s lonpieo; vat.herlot ua see 't'hin ho.aletonr i , oar i'lnatlnolit fill snot, t'hft'l offthill I,.prklo tltronghl tho'cloudf.nm?d 1f r'in of o-" my o t" Silh rs{';-),ey of joy--"1t ray be y.et."° ..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LOSS OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

THE LOSS OF THE MONITOR. (r,f .A SL-avivon.) At daybl::.k on tho L;'i of D.'conber, 1862, .at-Fort Nioproe, the Mos.tosr hove shoib her anchor,; cd by 10 o'clock B- t'e forenoon slhe was under way for Charlez.mn, Soluth Carolina, Ju- chargo of Cor'nP'rdc: J. BI. Ilankhe.:I. The Rhode Tsl.":td, a powerful.side-wheelcd steamer, wa. to be our convoy, nnd to has'n ar r af ":1 she toolr: us in tow with -L.vo long 12in. hawsers. The weather was heavy with dark, stormy-lookingclouds and a westcily wind. We passed out of the Roads and rounded Cape Ienry, proceeding on our course with but little change in the weather ,up to the next day at noon, when the wind sh:l,'ed t, the south- outh-west and increased to a gale. At 12 o'clock it was my trick at the lee wheel, and bcing as good.iand I was kept there. At dark we were about seventy miles at cea. and directly of .Cape Hatteras. Tihe sea rolled high and pitched together in the peculiar manner only seen at n1t:,erar. The .Rhode Island steamed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LARK'S FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

TIHE LARI.Ai S LIUIIT. O(tt. ln i' acoultlry tho iOllsR wcro rlngin.I% IOut Ile leleli.i asll aI child at )play, Illihli anld eo n (tIhat "morn aol lay. Ald the clil looii tio d up no she h?ard thun thningie \tilchint theolu rk ns It anreld-swoy , " ^ snwt lerkStel in, eItlV'lwna'u winging, Sllhll] Igoa leo totnae . eo lduay ?? lIDep itin eh elllde of It llohty cily, 'Iotlld a wolllli fo il"ly brod, (inly th hii kio. la " in aliit tt,. ' Aiitl lhere ,haey dwelt ill thell gl(lll toallllahr. l' ibOlil-d 'uld I'-tiI i thlel P row strLet,. ! Ilat. hl blrdl ttill ,. i.bl thu goldae wetlhrar. Antl the womlnn tireamt of .or chiltlond nwent. Still in mlcr dromsn tiaa hbele were oriu3ng, Stll a hildl in the Ilhl wnl slelo An shle opeineld tle a.io nn theo alrk wa ringing, ', l(ia.ed ilu ;clntly nit .thllim freo. Antlll e1ndl on vi tllo bird waut tle'gia3, Iron a rnmto V on that seem-1 to sty • " 'fen a- the lIrnk it' a, in hltl.'nw.td vln?d ing, 'Theo shLlt go ala o Io h^nv'n an day I" '! --...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRADE MEETINGS. FARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

TRADE . MEETINGS. PARRIERS. Last evening ameeting of the Associated Farriers washield at the Svwan-with-Two Necks, in order to consider the balance sheet for the past half-year, and to elect officers for the ensuing year. W. Molloy occupied the chair, and there were about thirtymembers of the society present. The balance-sheet showed the income to have been £149 9s. 2d,, and the expenditure £58 1ls. Sd., leaving a surplus of £90 178. 5d. The following officers were elected :-President, Mr. Macarthur; vice president, Mr. T. Bennett; secretary, R. Bosden; treasurer, G, Parkinson; auditors, J. Bennett and J. Molloy. Com mitttee, Messrs. Lee, M'Cauley, Weekces,. Douglas, Molloy, Barry, and Cummins. Trustees, Messrs. Dando and M'Cauloy. On the new president taking the chair a vote of thanks to the retiring president was passed. Mr. Bosden then stated that he was unabletostandthe expense incurred in connection with his visits to the meeting of the Trades and Labour Council, and must in co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAIRDRESSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

HAIRDRESSERS. A meeting of journeymen hairdressers was held last evening at the Barley Mow Hotel,, Park-street, to consider and bring to an issue the question of early closing and shorter hours of labour.. There were about twenty members present, and Mr. M'Xay presided. The secretary, 'Mr. Ross, stated that he had received an answer from Mr. Lysaghst, .L.A., to a letter he had sent him, in which that gentleman said he would do all in his power to further the aims of the society. Two other members of Parliamons'hadalso been written to, but no replies had been received from them. The secretary stated that he knew six employers who were in the habit of closing at seven o'clock. There names were Messrs. Gooch, Roberts, Van Bracken, Schultz, Lilly and Brady. After an irregular discussion, the chalir man suggested seven o'clock as a reason able time for closing on week nights. He said they must not be taken aback at the smallness of their members. Many of those who would join them were no...

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LAUNCH OF A FERRY-BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

LAUNCH OF A FERRY-BOAT. A very pleasant little ceremony took place this forenoon at the Bald Rock Steam Ferry Company's shipbuilding yards; Balmain, the occasion being the launch of a now ferry paddle steamer, this making the seventh boat built in their yards. The hull of the vessel was decked with, bunting, and over tihe port bow hung the orthodox bottle, secured by a lavish amount of blue ribbon. A large crowd of persons, principally ladies, had assembled to watch the interesting proceedings. The christening ceremony was performed by Miss Laara Watson, a daughter of the managing director, who, as the vessel gracefully slid off the skids into the water, dashed the bottle against the bow and named the boat the Lincoln. This latest addition to the company's fleet promises to be an improvement on the existing class of ferry boats. The keel was laid about seven months ago. She is con:tructed of hardwood and Kanir, fastened throughout with copper, and has been built under the supervisio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WATER RATE. THE MAYOR DISAGREES WITH THE ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

THE WATER RATE. THE MAYOR DISAGREES WITH TIIE ALDEIDEN.. Although it mny be unusual and pro bably unpopular thing for a mayor to question the decisions of the aldermen in the council, especially when itis aquestion of lowering the rates to be paid by the citizens, I feel it my duty to invit3 the serious consideratior of the aldermen to the necessity of rescinding their resolution prssed on January 190, of lowering the water rates 25 per cent., and passing so low a rate as the sewer rate, of 4d. in the £. I will state a few facts relacing to the water supply to show that instead of lowering the water rate it should be increased, if it is the intentions of the; cit:zens of Sydney and suburbs to pay the interest on money borrowed for water works, and for those works required to be carried out immediately, and although arguments have, as I think, been used injudiciously in the Council that the Government will take over the water supply works, therefore they must pay. It cannot for one m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHARF LABOURERS' UNION. PAYING OVER THE PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

WHARF LABOURERS' UNION. PArNGo OVEn THE PRIZEs. The usualweekly meeting of the Sydney. Wharf Labourers' Union was held at St. Bridget's schoolroom last evening, when there was a very large attendance. After the ordinary business was transacted, Mr. James Chalmers apologised for the absence of Mr. J. D. Young, M.P., who had intended to be present. The chairman of the picnic committee (Mr. A. J. Kelly) then presented the prizes won at the recent picnic, accompanying each presenta tion with a few appropriate remarks. Most of the winners were present, and they were loudly applauded as they re ceived the money or trophies they had won. The following is a list of the prizes presented: AQUATIc. All Union's Race, Peter's crew, £10. Menibers of wharf labourers' union (in light skiff), W. Love, £10. Merchant Ship (gigs), Peter's crew, £54; second 'prize, £3. Dil lon's crew (double sculls), Anderson and partner, £7; M'Cluskey and Voble, £3. All-comers' (in light skiffs), C. Messenger, £10. ATH...

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INSPECTOR'S STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

INSPECTOR'S STOCK REPORT. CincoA?nThirty-soven points rain fell between 11 p.m. Fridayand 8 a.m. Satur day. Fine during rest of week. ,Pasture improved by late heavy rains. Water supply, plentiful. Condition of stock generally good. SIrLTc'ros.-Weather hot; 80 points rain since last report. Pasture drying up and getting scarce for want of rain. Water supply sufficient on running creeks and river; getting short in dams and water holes. Stock in fair condition ; 150 fat lambs, Warkworth to 3faitland, and 30 fat cattle, Cheshunt Park to Maitland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

Lieut. Greely says there is a bolt in the Arctic regions whore there are sheep with the head and horns of the ox and the tail of the horse. On his next visit to that country he may discover horses with the head and horns of the ox and the tail of the sheep. It seems possible to find almost 'anything in the Arctic regions, nave the North Pole. A NEW IDEA. Any respectable pcrson can obtain immediate delivery ora GOLD or SILVER WATCH (guara5 . teed from two to sevenyears), or any DIAMIOND, GOLD, or SILVER J EWELLERY, of .he very elst quality, at th USUAL CASH PRICES, on rying a SMIALL DEPOSIT, and weekly paymonts for thie balance, under my TIE PAYMIENST System which is for Now south Wales. Br. str Il D;kovneAI N, ate ad Joeva. r,-s;c, G orge- street, nest GP.O.-EAsvr.)

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R.A.O.B. ELECTION OF THE GRAND PRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

ELECTION Or Tis GRAND PSIIO; The members of the Royal Antedilsuv':n Order of Buffaloes mustered in great fbr2o in the assembly hall of the C.ambridge Club Hotel, last evening, to record their votes for the candidate they believed best fitted to hold the position of Grand Primo for the next six months. By 8 o'clock there must have been at least 4033 persons p:e.ent. The Sitting Grand Primno (Mr. Harry Levien, M.L.A.), arrived about that time, and soon afterwards took the chair. T'he dispensation of the order was hung in a prominent position, and all this officials of the Grand Lodge were. in full regalia. The Grand Primo then opened the proceedings, and called upon the three candidates for the position-Messrs. T. Tuck, H. Hains, and Dixon-to address the meeting for fifteen minutes each. Mr. DexoN advocated a new set of rules for the order, and said he had drafted a code and' would have them printed and circulated among the lodges at his own expense. He thought the Grand Primo should ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATAL ACCIDENT IN A SHAFT. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

FATAL ACCIDENT IN A SHAFT. [FROes OUR OWN CORRnnPONB?DENT NEWCASTLE, Tars DAY. At the inquest yesterday, he!d by the Coroner upon the body of the sinker, named John Atkinson, e:nployed at the Waratah Co.'s shalt, nowr being sunk at Flaggy Creek, it appears from tl'o ovidenco of William Turror, the engine-driver workingattho shaft last MDondaynight,that at 11 o'clock the deconseilstartedwork, and continued throughout the night and until 7.o'clook the next mo-ning. Thodeceased and a man named Win. R-gh let three shots below the surface of the shbft, a dis tance of about 120f1. The signal was given from below to bend away, which was understood by the w:tness to mean to draw the bucket up to the surface. The deceased and his matd were thoenbrought to the surface and came off the shaft top and soon after one shot was heard to go off, the other bhavrng evidently missed. fire. Deceased thou went to the pit top, and was lowered down, saying at the same time that he was going to re-light the...

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HOMEBUSH SALES. (BY WIRE—FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.) HOMEBUSH, THIS DAY. SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

HOMEBUSH SALES. (nY WIRE--FnoM OUL OWN REPORTER.) HOMEO BUSH, Tais DAY. SHEEP SALES. Fifteen thousand five hundred sheep were penned; all qualities were repre sented. The market openci very dull, and prices soon showed themselves lower oven than those that ruled last week, medium qualities not netting store quotations out side. Prime qualities were also flat. Lambs are in full supply, principally of medium qualities. Merino wethers : Medium qualities run from 4s. Gd. to 6s. Gd. Lambs range from 2s. 9d. upwards. Best merino wethers so far have brought 8s. 6d. The competition is very poor, buyers being few, and the sales are characterised as slow and dull. Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co. report the sales of 1773 merino wethers for J. L. Rowe at 6s. 5d; 138 seconds; 5s. 9d.; 314 ditto foE H. Pearce, 8s. 2d. to 8s. 4d.; 150 lambs, 3s. lld. to 4s. Gd.; 238 merino wethers for J. Mac namara, from 4s. ld. to 4s.. 2d.; 80 merino lambs, 2s. 9d. to 3s. Id.; 281 merino wethers, 5s. 8d.; 119 do.,...

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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. BEGA, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (FmonY.o oWN COOIBESPONDENTS.) BEGA, Tuss DAY. A large and inflhential representative railway meeting Was held at the School of Arts yesternight, the Iayor presiding. A series of resolutions affirming the neces sity for the immediate completion of the check survey, and askingtlthe Government to place plans, books of reference, &c., for the adoption of Parliament; further .pointing out that having regard to the depression in the labour market owing to the drought, the meeting is of opinion that the present is a favourable time for the commencement of the work, and the Government were requested to call for tenders. The M?ayor conveys the resolu tions to the members for the district. A general agitation in this important matter is being organised, and meetings are ar ranged at Eden, Pambulo, Wolumla, and Candelo. GOULBURN, Tes?a DAY. A heavy tlhunderstorm broke over Goul burn last night, lasting several hours. Considerable damage was caused by the water in th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEEN VICTORIA AND QUEEN CHRISTINA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

QUEEN VICTORIA AND QUEEN CHRISTINA. Queen Victoria has sent a beautiful wreath. of immortelles, to which' is 'at tached a card, bearing an expression of sorrow and regret in her own handwriting, to Queen Christina, who has been deeply touched'by this token of sympathy andre* gard from the Queen. The wreath will'be placed on the catafalque in San Francisco, officers of the Royal household being specially appointed to receive and guard it, Theo entiro Royal family and those who are aware of the gracious and kindly act of the Queen of England appreciate it as an exceptional honour, and an histori cal event for Spain. It has been asked that this cxpression .of their sentiments should be niade priblic. The kaniakas are fast being civilised, or .at.all. events they are graduating in the white men's ways, ',for on one of the plantations .down the river during the Christmas holidays all hands went in for a big fllowv spree (saysa Queensland paper): Of onurse publicans, are not allowed to ei...

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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

AGENTS FOR rTHE "GLOBE.. Tie GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, 'fifty-six colusus in all. Ittbus bocmea - THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER T IN rOAUSTRALIA. The GLOBE, can be obtained oil thebo tsSYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS N'F.J. Barker, 85 Sussoox-etreet Samuenol Barter, Balmnin west Bookstall Company, King.street tram and S.tation ". Y. Dranot, Woolllnua Sa.ntol Busbby, 58 Vino-stroet, Redforn Joseph Cadogan, Central Balmai. HIes. Da%;s, Kent-street W. Calina, Heorisostreet, Ultimo H. W. .. Caluton, ll aClsrenco-soteoe 'HMr. C. Clark, tram terminus, ?arrickvlllo •J. Croft,0 95 illiame.sutr?'• Deacon and Sons, North Shoro G. Engish, Paddington H. W. Foster, 1-i Y illitn.estroot Win. C. Good; Peteasham 'Brs. Hamilton, Waverley . harris Brotlere, Newtown; also at Cook's . acdonaldtown and St. Peters rrs. Hincheliffe, 75 Bltayy roead, Waterloo John H. Berghoefer, 311 Pitt-streot .H. How,'Porrommatta-road, Loichhardt ' ar. Jolhns, MIcIabor's Point, Lavender Blay Jooeph Wing, Lavender Bay ...

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VEGETABLE MARROW SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

Removo the seeds from two or three vegetable m :.rows. cut the marrow.: Jit vi convenient pieces, and put them to stew in a saucepan with a smael quantity of stock,! and'pepper, salt, and g-.t2d nutmeg ,t) taste. : When quite done,, pa-ss theus? through a hair sieve. Take two pi-Its of this pulp and one pint o' milk, boil t'ielu together for' half an hour, taen g:adus.y' mix them with 2oz. of butter, which1 have been previously amolfamsmatn: in a. saucepan , with loz. of flour. Let the whole come to boiling-point; then serve. To OnTAIN -lllNT SAUCE AT ANY SEAsON OF THE YEAn.-When .mint is: green and plentiful, cut'it up fie, put it into empty pickle-bottles. Fill the bottles with vinegar, and cork closely. The sugar 'can be added when required for use. No one can tell the difference of mint so pro-i pared from t"at newly gathered from the: bed. A UN"_veasAL TINKE.--In many ]r gei cities; the introduction of t'he French eight-day clock created a new occupation -that of, general .cloc...

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A COMPASS AFFECTED BY AN UMBRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

A COMPASS AFFPECTED BY AN UMBRELLA. .Ciaptain Campbell, master of the steamer Princess Beatrice, running batwoeu Lrnee and Strenraoer, has related, at Belfast a cunous incident. which occurred on bo rd during the past week. During the voyage it appears that the man: at the wheool -noticed the compass was so disturbed by. something that he could, not keep the vessel on her course. He reported the matter to the mate, and .the captaiu, on making an inVestl.iation, discovered that the umbrollaof ohn of the lpassengers act3d as a very powqrfu! magnet,, and thus di verted the needle. CAsiEs Fro COLNEY HIATOC.-From re turns in a recently published Blue Book on the subject of lunacy, it appe 'r that among professional men. tho.e ilost re markably apt to go out of. their mInd are civil engineers. "The lunatic, the lo ver, and the poet are of imagination all come pat ;" and imagination over-wrought by the civil engineer, perhaps rendering him "compact" with the poet, tends to set his eye like...

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