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THE WOOL SALES. LONDON, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

THE WOOL SALES. [REUTER'sS TELEORA31.] LONDON, JAN. 10. The January-February series of wool auctions opened to-day. There was a good attendance of homo and foreign buyers, and fair competition. The total number ofbales offered was 71400, and the total quantity availablo for the present series will be 170,000 bales. Tho sales close on Feb ruary 12.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." HE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:— [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." BE '!SUNDAY TIMES' CAN BE OBTAINED SFROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:- Mr. John Varney, Bay.streeoot, Globo " Mrs. Chb ?nan, Bridge House, Forest Lodgo Mr. G. Caslla? Ellzabeth'.stroeet, Bolmor Park Mr. John Fisher, Elizabeth.streot, post Bathurst - stroet : . SMr. B Kahnm, 87 Georgo-street West Mrs. Moore, 21 Glebo Point Road . . Mr. Frost, 8 GOeorgo-lstreet, Camperdown , .. Mr. G. Gough, Tobacconist, Globeoroad Mr. Woll an, George-street West, opposite aBoil. way S ~tation Mr. C. B.own, 1Geoe.orge-treat West 51r. G tillialrd, 193 King-trooet, Newtown Mr. J. C. Voumeash, 281H ing-streot, Nowtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacconist, Manly 1:. .L Gaannon, 217 Oxford-street, opposite gaol Zlr. Job L. Berghoefor, 119, Pitt-street Mr. Goode. Canterbury-road, Potershsma Mz, Siichell, Nelson-stroot. Potorsolm Ms Flynn, 2419 Oxford.street, opposite gaol Mr; G. Evorard 112 Oxfor d.street .--M. 7Mdenming. S Oofoarl-treet Mr:lE;S?ondritt..Churehstreot, Parramatts- 2--,ý Mr, M. Jaeobs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. LONDON, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

T"he following appeared last niuht i~ our Third Edition. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. [RuTEan's TEL5ORAM.. LONDON, SAN. 1. : The Union ]Bauk of Australia has declared a dividend of 16 per cent. per annum, at the same time carrying forward and placing to the reserve t gum of £25,000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. .LrRoM OUR OWN .CORRESPONrNST.] MELBOURNE, THils DAY. The Working Men's College in Latrobe street will be finishled in two months. The contract price is over £10,000. A .resident of Tasmania, named Callo bought three tickets in the Temperance SGala. One of the tickets won him the prize house, and another a' gold watch. Another daring robbery is reported. Herbert Carter, grocer, South Melbourne, was stuck up in bed early: this morning by a., man who ordered him to bail up. He did so, and .banded over to .the robber £6, .which was in the room. A fight between men employed on the <Cerbuzus took place on Saturday. F Harker Brookes, residing.at Goldie, near Kilmore, murdered his wife by. cutting her throat and gashing her face. They had . only been married two months. The sister of the murdered woman also had a narrow escape of being killed as she was trying to rescue.Brookes' wife. It is said that Brookes 'has com m"itted suicido by shooting himself. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIAN RACING CLUB MEETING. HOBART, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

"'TASMANIAN RACING CLUB MEETING. .[VnoM OUlt oWN CORR.ESI'ONDENT.1 HOBART, Tnrs DAY. The weatherie fine, and there is a large .assemblago at the races. ]IUIRDLE RACE. iterney's Reeoso, 4yrs, lest ... I Agenr's VWilwade, 1ist. ib. 2. Armstrong's Sir John MIoore, 9st. 101b. 3 The others starters were Onyx, Carav ,mut, Shamrock, Avery. It was a grand race. Distance 21 miles, twelve hurdles. Time,Smin. 321soc. ,. A heavy thunderstorm is threatening.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIAN SPORTING. HOBART, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

TASM? ANIAN SPORTING. (?aOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) HOBART, Tmis DAY. The raoer West Coast died from injuries received on the Launceston course. .The scratchings for the Hobart Cup are: - Parthorn, Frenchman, Young Horatio, Solo, Ace; for tho' Steeplechase, Pyrrhus, Tidal Wave, and Tichborne.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS. LONDON, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

M?OVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS. [UI'Esa's TEbOReAN.] LONDON, Jaw. 19. The P. and O. Company's R.M.S Chusan from Melbourno Dccem ber 3, arrived at Plymouth this morn ing. COLOMBO, JAN. 10. The P. and O. Co.'s R.M.S. Carth ,age from Melbourno December 31, arrived here yesterday morning. SUEZ, Jan. 19. The P. and 0. Co.'s R.M.S. Kaiser Iind, from Melbourne December 17, arrived here yesterday morning. The British India Co.'s R.M.S. New Guinea left yesterday outwards.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JEMIMA - JANE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

JEMIMA -JANE. Ifutmum forbearance has its limits, and they bave.at last.been reached (if .not ex cccaed) in nearly ev'ery household in the colony. While our farmora and pastoral settlles are crying out for muore hhEour, our housewives have been silently enapged in endeavouring to findasatisfactory solution of the servant-girl difliculty. Pity .has been taken upon the former.by our Immi gration Board, while the latter have as yet failed to find favour' in. the eyes of the members thereof. Orders have been given, and arrange ments made by the Board for the shipping at London of at least a thousand able-bodied emigrants for this 'colony during the course of the ensuing twelve months, but the number will consist of agr:cultral labourers and artisans withs their wives and young families, while the greatly-to-be-desired introduct?on of about live hundred female domestics sesvaists is an idea that does not seem to have oc curred to tthose in authority. A nd ye?che need' of such labour is a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

When Sir Philip Sidney made the exulting ceo'feasion: 'I never heard the old song of Percy and Douglas, that I found not my heart moved more than with altrumpet," he gave expression to the operation of a general law by an. nstance drawn from his own experience. For ballads and battle lyrics have ever been the nurse of manly endeavour, and have always exerted a' powerful influence in giving a heroic or a patriotic bent to the ind of the young and ardent. The author of the "Greville Memoirs" bound himself in early life, under the heaviest penalties, never to do anything' he did not like, and in later life declared that he had had all the facilities for spend ing his time among the cultivated. and wise, or among the dissipated, foolish, and ignorant, but confessed " with shame and sorrow" that by far the largest proportion of his time had been wasted on and with the latter. ?£l000.-Fi?at Annual Sale of Gold and Silver Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, &e. 0s3 eocd value .for £1; all ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILD BEASTS AND BIRDS. AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. JAMRACH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

WILD BEASTS AND BIRDS. AN INTERVIEWV WITJ M.B JAMDIACII. A report got wind a few days ago that the famous Air. Jamnrach, collector and dealer, was dead (says the Pall Mall Gazette). But we are happy to say that Mr, Jamrach is very much alive, and was good enough to hold a long conversation with one of our staff : Along a narrow street, blocked with heavy waggons laden with merchandise, past low-crowned tenements, colliding with drunken hussies and ragged children, the sounds of Bacchanalian choruses echoing from some sailors' boozing l:en, the rain falling with steady persistency, the air moist and dank, the rich fog penetrating to the lungs, everywhere gloom seems to hold its own, and in this street the greatJamrach has his dwelling; Mr. Jamrach himself is well stricken in years, though still possessed of the energy of youth, "active and alert, and knowing the lore of the wild beast market by heart. Was not his lather a great name in days of old in Hamburg? and his son followed : h...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY. EXCLU. 0LVE OF COASTERS AND INTER-. COLONIAL VESSELST. Name andlTg. T'n- Wheroro . :? of n'go From. 9:1111_, Abbte Carver, bqo ,,. 31oston ... Oct.15 ' Agnes Oswaid,sh . harpness ... Nor: Amifl, s .. 1031 Hambturg ..'INov. 15 Amoy, sh 01 Liverpool ... Jr. 7 Alcinounes, sh - London .?.: Austral, O.S.S. 531 Plymotb Jan. AIdergi ore,l --h london Ar ertoa, 0s London A a.enrs', s 'Frisco ...Dee,31 Auoteoi:clan, ss L London .. D:.:^! Na:coo, s0 ... London " Oolobony,, e Lon., ... - British Xidos, sh 2 ordono1 . Bocepholro 1112 iot Adel.ide... ov. 11 California, eo 75 Pt Oambl ... Condida, oh.. - London - Cape Clear, bqo - Liverpool ... - Cope Comorin, so I Lono?n' - Ccrro Allegro, bqe - .bjhnte - Chollrton, ' ... 173 Lodon v. City of Dombayy, s -- London .?ly of Coriuth,sh ... - y L~i0t~rilti'~oh. - - London .. Nov. 11 Colusry, o . 1189 Pt B eloy.. Crtiy deoP , h - LPoran' Co. rca, bqo .. .- orp :Ot 11 S• .rookh Casle, l - Laondon Cvrll1hq, .b -- Dru...

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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

MUSIC,.-. B Baeo:mzis VON GOTT?eAU. It is not my intention to give a recordof dates of When certain composers lved, what they compared, when certain music:.l instruments were invented, &c. But I wou'd Plko to write aboutthe 'old musicians and composers, also the composers and musicians of our time, and-;in' fact, about the study of music in general. I bi-vo met persons who thought of music only as a combination of different tones or sounds, and would be pleased to listen to a certain piece of music, because at the moment those particular tone: seemed to soit-their disposition; but they would not give a thought to the meuanuý of the music, for to them it was simply a combiuiaL tion of sounds, meaning nothing in par ticular. But what is miseicP It is indeec the art of combir;ng and arranging tones; and in and throuh' those tones we have the expressions of all ideas and feelings of love, joy, sol-ow, beauty, grandeur, nob'ai ness, holiFess, respect, and delica cy. The old Greek...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SPLENDID EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

A SPLENDID EXHIBIT. The furniture .manufactured by Messrs. Wallach Bros., York-street, Wynyard square, to the order of the ;commissioners for Exhibition in London at the forth coming Indian and Colonial Exhibition, is a suite of diningroom furniture in the Queen Ann 1style, of, a very elhborate and. hcndsome deýaription. There are 10. pieces in all, viz., sideboard, table,. . dinner waggon, mantleboard, 'overtiailtel, 12 small chairs and two easy lounging chairs. 'nce sideboard is large and massive, and in striotproportions. The dome is.handsomely carved in a dqcidedly artistic style,all the lines 'being brought out ant forming arelief. The leiobh of it is over 7ft.,endaboutl2bt. high. Thereis! a bevelled glass panel above.. the. dome, which is a new dopalture in style; bat strikes one as a, decided. improvement, forming a handsome fl9irh to the large piece of. furniture. The doors are all :beautifully: carved .in relief style, and kept in strict conformity to the rest of the sidebo...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ELECTION SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

AN ELECTION .ONG.. Air-" The Rat a:oher's Daughter." 'Vote straight to-day, ye Liberal lads, And cover your cause with glory,, - . .- Send tbo foomen flying with all their "fa ?," For they tell us the same old story I1The G. O. l. may ruleus yet - If oilyye are alliwilling; . And as for Lod aindy, the Trioes' pot, Wo'll cut him off with a shilling ! CHORUS. A long pull give, and a strong pullgive, And a pull, boys, altogether i Taxation may more equal beo, , And bettered the poor man's state, boys;' When once we're in power the land shall seo i No education rate, boys ! The " People's Joe " again shall ;yin In the Cabinot.new,a plane, boys ; And as for abusos,,s'll°un 'em in, And see that'tli 'get no grace, boys i l CHORUS. SA long pull give, and a strong pnll give, I And a.pull, boys, altogether !

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

I L rM; '' POEPLAEO K SIn the., Botanibal i Grddns at Dijo there is a poplar of colossal dimensions (species not stated),i to which Mr. Joly oevotes a note in the Journal do la Socioto Nationate d' Horticultusre. The height of this tree is 130ft.. Its circumference neac, te earth is d6ft., ands,,at 16ft. above-theo arth, 91ft. Its bulk is now 1590 oubio fet, but six years ago, before the fall of oe of the large branches, it was 1490fam> 3'rom some historic researches made by Dr. Lavelle, and a comparison with trees oE the same species in the.vicinity, it has been pretty well ascertained that this poplar is at least 00, years old. . Unfor tunately, it is now completely hollow up to thelio point whence the largo branches iapring. All the dead portions have been rqmoved, and the interior has been filled i4 with beton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

,Now York for thirty years and moro his been one of the chief, victims of bad, :vernment. Its story is in the highest gree instructive. Within thirty years it debt has r~ied at times to-over one hundred and fifty millions ;, of this the sinking 'fund represents a payment of nearly forty millions. It is probable that nearly one hundred mhillionu of the debt is the result of fraud. Ask for Dyason Bro.'s peah Jam.--ADrr.] 1Medical. THESE Are Being Cashed Daily DY . .. THE' AGENTS, At Whose O0lice Receipts OF TIlE LUCKY FI DE.RS CAN :E .SEEN. OVER SEVEN HUNDRED ORDER IEPRFESENTING TME SU1 70 HAVE BEEN FOUND ND "CASHED. THE PUBLIC S'SHOULD BE CARfUL .o" .. .. o av. ". " . I,.. ,-ITATO-WS: Smniel Cheap ierior fArticle T,- PLIEV D OF ONr TERN I . . - AS THE GENUINE WOLIE'S . O. " TO E V . ...' ... . . ... : OO. Onl y -Si:i , o,, ORGANS, PIANOS -: w. ?ni ALNG & CO., Limit?t I50, Geoorz.street. * : ArOs8. MUSI-C. ORGANS. ,I{. PALING & CO.,Limitod. 3GREAT REDUCTION. , W,MI.P"A...

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OYSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

"soaLLOPED.-Eutter some scallo shells and ];ne them with breadcrumbs soaked in milk, drain the oystear and- lay. them in (four are oenouZh for one shell),! sea-on with pepper and salt, cover with a: thick layer of crumbs also soaked in milk,: put tiny bit: of butter on the tsp, ands bake in a quick oven fifteen minutes. OYsCrE PATTIES:.-Mako. first a rich' puff paste with 4lb. of Vienna flour and' ilb. of butter.. Piess all the moisture out' of the butter with a clean cloth, then rub half of is very lightly into the flour, m' with sufficient cold water to for, a paht,l roll, and put on the remainder of the but: :r, fold in three, and roll out ; repiat' this, then fill the patfy-pans, and bake' quickly. Beard and draina do';sf oysters,' add a few drops of lemon jukce ts to' 'iquor, and thicken with flour, buttor, and the yo'k of an egg. Cut the oystora into dice, stir them into the mixtueo with a' few drops of anchovy sauce; warm up, and fill the c;';e:.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSEKEEPER'S ROOM. THE PROBLEM OF THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886

HOUSEKEEPER'S ROOM. TfIE PROBLEM OR THE BABY. SY NELLIE O'NEILL. A baby cams into the world ono day And tioe larents smiled in prido, As swift to the message flashed away Came greoeting from far and wideo. A baby went out of the world one night And the mother moaned aloud, For thestainless soulthathadgainodtho light For the form in the pearl-white shroud. Oh I the mystery hers, the problom dcop Pbiloropliors, D?;u a while' . Why do we lan'h when we ought to woop And woop whoen w ought to smile? -

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

THE PARTHIA'S IMMIGRANTS. Considerable confusion has been caused at the Immigration Depot, Macquarie street, where crowds of newly-arrived female immigrants are awaiting the an- nouncement of the time the hiring is to take place. Until a few minutes before three it was not known if the hiring would be resumed to-day or not. The postpone- ment from 12 to 3 was due to a case of measles being discovered amongst the children. The child who is affected has been removed, with three or four of those most intimate with her, to a place of safety; and the hiring was ultimately con- tinued at 3 this afternoon, amidst an abnormal amount of confusion. The demand for servant girls was as large, if not rather larger than usual; and there is little doubt that there will be very few applicants for domestic work left unhired in a few hours.

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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

MUNICIPAL The Finance Committee of the City. Council met at the Town Hall, this afters noon. Present, Mr. John Young (Mayor), and Aldermen Burdokin, Playfair, Chap man, Riley, Beare, .Hardy, Dearnm, .ppas Bryen, M. Harris, McMahon, and J. Haris: Beforelthe ordinary business of the council commenced the Mayor read a minute on the water rate, whith it was auggestec should be..printed. Alderman Chapman gave notice of motion to rescind the pre sent water rate of as., and make it 4e. Alderman Kippan also gave notice of motion to rescind the sewerage rate, 44.; and'make it 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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