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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
Public Notiees. A. DEBNEY AND CO GENTLEMEN'S GLOVERS, HOSIERS, & SHIRT MAKERS; . 18 HUNTER-STREET. SUGARS.-The undersigned, bein ) Agents for tho "NS..W. Sugargrow rs and -Millowners' Association," are in receipt of regular Shipments, direct from the plantations. Queensland and Colonial Sugars always in stock; GIBRS, BRIGHT, and CO., 93, Pitt-street. ' T? MOORE AND SON, Coach Builderas T Botany-Street, Oxford-strcet, Han som cabs always on hand. Public Instruction. Public High School for Girls, -:: T IE following candidates passed the L examination hold on tho 18th and 19th instant, for admission as putpilibto:' the Public High School for Girls, Sydney. The names appear in order of merit. Johnson, F. M. Douglas, S. Nield, M. Henderson, . .. Waldron, K. Sutherland, E. .. Hamby, m.. - Walker, L. Flook, L: Roarty, F. Parkor, E. Breden, J. Young,E. Robson, E. Doak, R. ;Hickson, A.. Douglas, F . " , Robinson, . .. Simpson, E. Paterson, V. Brenmer, , Ritchi, A. ' Turner, E. Booth,...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWTOWN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWTOWN. TaunsDAr, JA?uaYx 21. (Before Mr. M. Fisher, D.S.M.) 'ArraENT?cE.-Oharles Finn was charged. with absenting himself from the service of Patrick Scahill. He was arrested at Botany; was originally from theRandwiok' Asylum, and entered the complainant's service in May last. The boy pleaded; that he left because he was told to clear; out, and ,an order was made for his' r admission to the asylum. CATTLE ST.ArINca.-Roberb L'Estrange,; for allowing a cow to stray in Sloane street, Summer Hill, was fined 10s., 2s. 6d.; costs, or three days. Thomas Brown,! Henry Ethcerden, and Robert Thorne for, similar offences, were each fined in small amounts. . .UNI raMED' RECEIPr.--J. C. egge, charged with giving Leslie V. Smith an unstamped.receipt, was fined 10s., 4e. 10d. costs, and'10s. complainant's costs, or seven days . daSTONE TanowNa.-John Lewis, feO throwing stoney in Smith's-lane, Camper-j down, was fined 2s., 2s. 6d. costs, or 24 hours. A large number of other c...
HOW TO AVOID CHOLERA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
i OW TO AVOID COLE.?A. S'How are wo to avoid cholera P" This is a' question which one naturally asks one-. beif'during the'prevalencice of "dn epidemniio. We' trust that. the following rules ".";ill Afford a satisfactory answer. 1.If'psea. bible, remove from the affected'.ocaity. W'ho higher'you are above the sea level the better. :2. Avoid' oirr fatigue, and main=" 5in : a got' condition of general healtlh: ?.:'Itn' taw ., ra ivoes if 'oucan avoid as high or in astate of decomposition.."V Have your drinking water boiled, or use a charcoal filter. 6. H'ave your milk scalded.; . Nver consider any attack of diarrhmia trivial, bhutat once take ntcpstc heck'it. -Thc Famrly.Phlsician.
LONDON METAL MARKET. LONDON, DEC. 5, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
LONIDON METAL MARKET, LONDON, Dlr. 5,1885. Corrae.-This market has continued irregular, and business has been trans.. acted at repeatedly lower prices, the tone becoming more and more sensitive and de peessed as the week bas'progressed, and where beforoebuyers'. were plentiful sellers are now'to he found, and recent operators have b~on freely O.;i'ni, their profits or cutting their losses as speedily as possible. The statistics which have been issued for tho'incinth 'of November appear on the surface to' be favourable, tI- they show a reduced public. stock rof 2563 tons, -arising mainly from excellels deliveries, but this has not produced any beneficial influerice upon the market, be canse. as is well known the reduction is duo entirely to a quantity of American copper liaving been contracted for, and conse quently ;taken out of figures but not actually-consumed; and, furtherthan this; the. Chili charters for. the last half of NoVcinber hivre'been advised as 2300 tons, a quantity no...
COUNTRY NEWS. NUNDLE, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDiNTS.) NUNDItE,9av'JA AZT 81. Of late stock passings are very rare; a fact which I think speaks well, fr the state lof the country in genieral. ... Since last writing the weather- has beenw very hot indeed; Bo mubh'a sd.iat we. are thankful when.the cool nights come round. Mosquitoes are non-est-at- Nundle. Very few./i0ikes havehbeen seen as yet this seae6n - , :. BThe farmers are busy ,thrashing -for: wheat. • -Asin mining matters, I hear:that redults will dot be of the:best; .. .-Considering- the , vagaries- displayed lately by our. thermometers, the health- bf this districtria very good.. ': .- ' . We have no School of Arts liere; but therearo" hopes of n-movement- in. that., direction by'the coning wintor.- -*L ' . The police are collecting the electoral-" roll for the new; year.; "I'. will Isay that Senior-sergeant" Langwothy has been always found very correct heretofore. ' PbRT tACQUATEIE;JA '21.' (Tlie imaize-blight hasi'ceauaed: onsider-...
DISCOURSES IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
DISCOPSES mN AMERICOA No one 'who reads the ileotures 'Mr. 'Arn-ol, delivered ih 'Minerica' can help admiring his- courage and'.independence. He neither flattered his'audience nor did he popularize his addresses to please them. And we suspecf"that their calm reflections must have been more favourable 'to the lecturer- than-their first- and-out"- - spoken impressions. But for that very reason the contents of this volume are the more .deserving -of thoughtful study. It is evident, indeed, that the lecturer had weighed each sentence; and .we' elieve that for immbdiate eiect, he had weighed his words:only. too carefully. Though he tones'himselfdown -with civil speeches, he is alinost aggressive in the independent expression of opinions which must often have been disagreeable. Before proceeding 'to-'encourage or to'praise, he 'elaborates everything: that ; may be said-' on- the - other side. His lecture on "Numbers" is .a melancholy wail 'of diffident -hope by- a prophet of the pessimist...
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. LONDON, JAN. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. TE QQUEEN'S . SPEECHI. w[nrBis's TEnaebaAi.1 LONDON, JAN. 21. Her Majosty the Qiueen will open the :Iniperial. Parliari ent to-day. iThe following is 'beliovcd to be, an authon ti :forecast ofa t oo spoeih'to bode liverOed on the.occasion. The relations between Great Britail and'the?oreign Povers. iare 'shtted t6 , be of, avery friendly character. Gratification .is expressed at thetiniieinent which has been ai rrived atwith Russia fof the delimitation:, of. the Russo-Afghan boundary: .Referring to .the. recent oveiits in the Balkan Peninsula, the speech states that the aim: of her Majesty's advise?s ,has:been' to settle the Bulgarian. diflicul't in conformity with the wishes of 'the poople~ sf'that country, with, a due regard, to the suzerain rights of the Sultab.: Dole gates have been, appointed under the late, Conventi6i f of Ambassadors of the Great Powers for. the conclusion of peace between Bulgaria and Sorvia. The Government are advising concert betweeni t...
SPORTING. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
:SPORTING. NOTICE. AQlATncn, ATIILETICO, n GOAD TEnAL SPORTS. Secretnrios will oblige by sending programmo8 and partioulars ns early ns ,possibleo. 3xcicLxno.-Eorly information of runse, mathobe, or meetings will bo highly appreclatol. CocxKET.-Socrehtries of Clubs will sreatly oblige by forwarding information of penoding matches, also p?rtioulars of any club matches 0s soon iafter conlusion of play as coinveoniont.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
I A'' few :days, ago g' party of amateur fishermen (says a Hobart paper), were put: consoaiderable' danger yby 'i 'shoal of Srpoiss, nmbering in' all 'aout' 60, rrounding the boat, 'hich' ws' moored offLucas' Slip. One of the porpoises, about 2ft. in length,:made a bound,close to the' oat,.and struck it right on 'thegunwale, early swaining the craft, and thoroughly rnching the occupants. An 'oar had to o Used to keep the sportive, but'posorftil, fish off~ .or else there' would' have been 4nevitably. a capsize,: and perhaps a. ;acancy in some Government appoint ionte. ', When your p'ýyaicinn giders yoilu Scllsrrs heo mCsn e rs'8 ei~nNeiP re~qý it le thb only eCaiUiw brml,- AIs., The. two sons of B.RH. the Prince of Wales, Prince Albert?'Victor and Prince ' George of Wales, have just been elected honorary members of the Army and Navy| Club. Both, it will be remembered, now bear her.Majesty's commission, and have the full qualiflcatioi for membership in a Aservico lub. ' - Ask for taen...
TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
TURIF TITURES. 1886. JANUARy. 8.2 8lehill Bae Club. " t,, 27. Junoe Racing Club. 26. Sydney Turf Club, Bndwick. Bandicans 26. Camden and Campbelltown Joe Club Entries, 19th instant "8, 30.- Oeelong R.C.. General entries, 13th . 29.' Goulburn Summer Rae MIeeting. 80. Windsor Farm Racing Club. Entries, Januar 16 , E/E: . , 4. Braidwood T. C .3, 4. Now Euglnd;' , , 4. New Engandnn al. 4, 8. Temora J.C. Nominationsa for Town Plhate and Temora Jockey Club Handicap close on Jaunury 7; 1 soy. eich. Weights. January 15; aceptances, January 25 6. Sydney Driving Park Club . 17 and 18. Bathurst Turf Club 27. IRosehill. 11,13. Newcastle J.C" 33. Victoria Amateur T.C. Qeneral eates, Tebruary 1' weights, February 3 18,19. Burrowa J.C. , 20. Canterbury Park Race Club 24 25. Crockwell J.C. Glenn Innes. 2, 26. Burrangong Turf Club:'b Entrioesebruary 9 27. V.. IL C. Autumn,' Eatries for Newmarket' Handicap and Australian Cup, Jauumry 4; weights, January. 25; econd orbt,- ebo rnurxy 25 general entries...
MORE WORK FOR THE POLICE. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
MORE 'WORK FOR 'ETHE "POLICE. (To 174 Editor the f, Gp lobe.) Sir?-'Through?y?ur "olumns I" wish to (draw, the, attention of ,the Inspector [Generei-of'Police-.to;the .dant of more 1e.?i?,n.,police superiajoti t'thdn publicb, b?ita, in ,Wooloomooloo Bay.:. Yesterday afternooln some persons visited Foley's baths in a cab. Two little boys' biothers, onell11 years and thteother 9-oyesr-;i-o re ,minding the'cab.whi~ st thec?oupants:wore Ibpthing. . Shortly, after a batch of jasrikins, ranging 'from 15 years of ahgedownwards'tried to take possession of et - ab, but the brave little fellbwspstuck manfulli tob their tivst.- At lirt i full ogrown, l'ble-bddiid sint caimie"up, and 'truck the elder boy abrutal 'blow 1 in the mbnth, cutting his ip and sivelling thle mobuthi u tb'a ful size s? then he gave th yotiige'r boy i blew; but iiof so severe is thefirst Oe::. After this firoic'deed of larrikinism.,he triumphantly ihanded.the pab over to the tender care;of his gang. Of course the little ...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
SRhe'Now south Wales Coursing Club holdlthe olenwing meetiig during the yr:" ' y : nay.14 and 15,a.t Woodtoak-I- erby, Oak, Car. .ringtonCup &o :. : [ay 24 and 25, Orahge CouesingClub.s Jne 18 and 19, at Woodstock-'The St. Leger, ' Waterloo Cup, and WatoilooPnr s.': August 6 anl 7, at Woodstoc~--Sydey Chp, SPurse, and Plate.
HOBARTVILLE BLOOD STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
HOBARTVILLE. BLOOD' STOCK_ SALES The annual sale of blood stock took place at: Mr. Andrew; Towns' Hobartville * Stud Farm,. Richmond,' yesterday. The: :weather was very oppressive, but notwitvth standing this fact, fully 1500 were predent,; and, generally speaking, competition was good. Some few instances did occur; how ever, where 'buyers .seemed to: haig, and the result was that the'prices, in the cases mentioned were ridiculously low'and any thing but encouraging to such a pains taking and shrewd breeder;. butas'many good prices i.were obtained for others; perhaps the balance was on, the right side at the finish .of the day, The sale was conducted by Mr. T.S. Clibborn, bf whoni little ifanyfault can be found as awielder. of the haimmer. There were 10212 lota catalogued, and taking.into consideration the time absorbed, for luncheon, &c., the lot were,disposed of with great despatch. Amongst those present were-His Excel Slency'Lobid Carrington, Lady Carrington,' and sUite; ...
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
.ATEIETICS. - JA2!as AT . 2_. Wolumla Atbietic Club Sports. Acceptaces, 23rd 2. Bathuiet Shefield Handiea. - Entrios, Jan. nary9 f. 6.' 'ast ailand Athletie (lattieing., S6. Caledonian'Sports'Parkes 26. Blaney Sheffield andicap (£50) and Sports. ?24.' Flemnington Great'Handicap (£100). Feob 24.' )udge SbelIOd Handicap (£100). Nominal,. StionsFoebruary 10. - 817 20..Slr Joseph Bank's Handieas ,Entries' . clo~s February 5,. Hsndcap, Fea? u. ry 15, ... Acceptances. March 6. 5: 'Oddfeillows' Sheffield .Handican, olongoug 24.26. Stawell (Vie.) Athletic.- Club .(Eistor Ghft, £100). Entries March 5. - Nelfort Itunning Grounds, Sheffield (£100).'? Entries anrlch 27. Acceptancos April10. ,
ALL COMERS' HANDICAP. 150 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
ALL COMEHO18 HANDICAP. 150 ,qarl.: Ydo.. Yds. :; Ir?n. .. sr. ii. Toclin..' ...- 7 C. Osborno . .. 3 J. Harris ... ... 7 J.Crossloy. . 4 J. Lamb ... 7 H. Campbell... ... 44 J; Cameron . 8. R. Haveland : . 5 W. arwiek Baw 8 FT. Dillyy ,. ... .6 T. Erwin ... J. ordon - ... 6 P.'W.Mill.. ... . T:Bay..... . 6 'R. G. Cook .. -9s T Agcnw .' 6 ].Horris .. 10,s 'P. Gallgher.. .. 6] W. Cobk ... .,10, J. U. Arkell .. . 7 Oh Pistol... ...'10 . Hodgkins ... 7 J Pryor ... .. 18 (O. W. Brown , , r S" asunmed names.
A CHILD OF THE AGE. CHAPTER I.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
A CHILD OF THE AGE. CILAPTBtI I.-Contfinued. Harold was about to say that he was much obliged to Lars for boaring him no ill-will for his treatment of his boots, but a regard for her foolings, transpareoit, chocked his tongue. ' li'6 interest in the twin'sa"id the its 'portance she attached to their fathor's opinions added two fresh touches to her character, which now stood out i his mind with charming comploet ness. She needed no further oi couragoment to talk. She chat tored on with delightful vivacity abodt .There Gimlemo, who believed that his w'ife was possessced b-' the devil, and put her, hend foremost, into a tub of cold water in order to make it as un-' Mlrtortablo as possible for the oeil spirit, until the poor woman was well nigh drowned; about Mikkol Ramt stuen's wife, who was a witch and had been seen riding across the sky on; a broomstick, and Truls Ostmarkon, who had fallen in love with a Gypsy girl and had given up house and home and joined the Gypsies. Wasn't ittorr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
Public. .Company. ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION SP I ,O` HS`SURAN D; , RENTS INSURED. Yirst-c3UidsWELLfND EIGETEENZENOE PER '100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID..I Shipping. O P 0 R.TE STEAM BETWEEN SYDNEY AND GOSFORD. Te steamer CHARLOTTE FENWICK leaves PATENT SLIP WHARF at .80 am.m and-No. 2 NETTY Circular Qay, fat 9 a.m.' dafly,. oaving OlOSPOD, on the ntrn Trip, at 2 m. giving . Passengers abouttwo hoursiu tosfordan landingl .them in Sydney about p.m. Special Trips on Sindlays at Excursion, Roes. Lowing the Patent SWharf at8.80 a.m., calling at Darling-stract, hfmoin, and No. 2 Jetty, Circular Qua,at a.m. The superior accommodation and sea-going qualities of this steamer as well as the speed ansd segelarity of her trips, offer special inducements to passengers . o LYALL 'SCOTT, Patent Slip harf. G OSPORD., BRISBANE WATER. SPECIAL NOTICE. With a view to meet the incereasing trnole, and in. emplianee with the wishes. of a large number of the residents of the dis...