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"LUCIFER." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
" LUCIER:"' Bz, A.' ý'u~spe, Just before the h?nting season of 1878, I made a tour through Yorkshire; with,. Charlie Wilkesa the huntsman of the Cottesmoro/h ; looking ot for re miounits folcehtoming season. a werrJ present pt the Wetherby Hora. Fair °n October, hutold find nothing to suitus, osogi,-, ?o to "Old, Ebor," an ., vu st m tfime for theYork sales. was cQ o igisloned to.buy a weighnt.carry ing hunter for Sir William Fitzgeld,th M.F.H. of the 'Blaakshire, so did. mybes to find him me -suitable. Wo, earche through the .nghh and breadth of the York Fair, bit unsuccessfully. There were plenty ofsiiiiperb weight carriers, hut the prices aaslod were a long way ahead of what I wa prpared to give. At lastgave up the search is hopeless, and Charlie an 'I began to shcflder our way through Wbt crowd, out if the fair. We had just. reached the end of the i ke) square, when a group of men, to our to our 'right,' attracted our. attention. Thinking then might be a fight on (con mon enough...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
Thelhandsomest ofall bans-notes is said to have beein recently issued by the Bank .of Scotland. .,Handsome is as handeoqe does," is the opinion of. moat' people: con cerning such matters, and in the popular estimation the .handsoinest bank-note will always be the one ©hich is good for the most money. £5000.--First Annual Sale of Gold and Sliver Jew Ulery, Watches, Clocks, &c. 80e good value for .1 ; all new' Christmas edosigns. "Everybody can afford.to give' a present by purchasing of the. enteiprsisng; firm of 'N.- Borchardt ind Co., watdh makers; jewellers, and silversmiths, 728s George-street, corner. Campbell;stt'et.--. A T. n ,' A-k for Dpawn li , 'aFooisbebrrian.-r rr, Every traveller'onan ocean: steamship hbh' obsetved, the,,firemeasm who, psmgt. covered anidp'anting, climb sip'at intervals out of the boiler-room tothe deck to' getl' a breath of fresh air.: .Yet .even:a .eigh bpf them does not-give-a vivid idea of the heatdd 'durigeon where' they :work. :The descent t...
EAST MAITLAND SPORTS. EAST MAITLAND GRAND HANDICAP.— 150yds. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
EAST MAITLAND SPORTS. MAST MAITLAND GRAND HANDICAP. Tlb0yds. The following aro.tho handicaps for the sports on Tuesday: Y dse.o yds. ,H. Shelton : , 0Coat oaes ,, ,, 6 :J. Ingram . ...scr. J. Gordon J. Snmmors... ...' 2 T. Agnow .. '~.I orgn .. 8 J. U. Arkll . 7: :R. D. Brown' .... .4 G. Apolton... , . J. Crosaley .. . 4 G. W. Brown .Campboll.. 4 J.Lnmb . '7 .W Crossley .. 5 J. Harvoe '... 8. iF.' ay... ... ..6 H. Bussal o ... J. ]Sorris . . 6 J.Cornta .... 10 J. ltoarty ..; . T. Post, 9 . yrs, ... 22 ' T. D .l.. 6 - ;Assunmed.
NEWCASTLE J.C. ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
.' he.,following ,are the nominations for HORTs RAnaDIoAP.-l mile. Xilgrim ., Boori ,. , Allandale " His Worship El]sinor. Jaspress ',' Vay e . . nel °' , rln" , , Medora:' ,Sorl"' Zareba' '? ThLe Monk S ?Sh Roziald:,' .::: le . .i , Toronto DHke of Devon - anley " 'Prodial, "' ' Polestor.. oul Frl-ria .' Speoultion :: pebns."' o.SteAnbon. .rj.o MAeniCAP-4iB mileo. g efton. : Pilgrim?r ?" oer - otonga " Alllandale El"inoroe , iesWorship ' The Jewel J. epreash e rphn Erin r ' Eidcna'pte Monk Comse. ....Zeno, on - Tom Brown . oseobd., .. First Demon Ctestus Chieftain ° ' Pret? n ' Merlin,': ii Crisee ndfBlue. , r FLTING'a EASIOAP-Sil furlongs. Sinmon ' . Fly' : Allandal ' r Cairington.: : 'Sir Gareeb: I. ,. His Worship. G(loire do Dijon Colonel . E .ri . Cetty Sark. Oriel' ....... ? ? Z 'reb SbrIa ; . overeign-.. :.Z?bro:; : Gleontilb ...l Africana' . -:'Whlo 0raw :" ! Claudius .Torotto,' . Ois' Slaaley. Predigal , PoleOstr. Caonlat .. ....busa,' '.-s " -- "he Friar. - pl i ' ' :;All?...
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. At the T.R.C. meeting on Thursday; the attendance was, very small., No book makers were, present; but the totalisator did a large business, ooDWOOD sTARES. Western . .. ... Borealis... ,. --. ...- ,. '.. 2 Granville and Wild. Wave dead:lieabt for: ithird. Time, 2min. 16see.. S HURDLE. Ony . 2 Sir.JohnMdo.re. Time 3min. .. 4 DERWENT PLATZ. - Wessers.. * 1 Vision ... ... .... ,. : Time, 2min..338sec .. :.:.. RSETRS , STAR~ES.... egns :... "".,,.. " %.. . ; .. 1. eGin.. 2:1 Only two.started., -Time, 1mi?. 12sec. S.., WELTER ?.TAE?. ,.. - Guy wkes 2::- . P yrrhus... .. , ... 3
THE YEAR AT NEWMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
'TBE YEAR AT NEWMARKET. .It is a soniewhat remarkable fact that, while.tho number of horses intraining at ;Newmarket has gone on increasing, being greater at the present time than it ever was before, they have won .fewer of the 'principal races during the past season than they had done for many years.past.. In 1883 all but three of the 22 races which may be regarded as the most important of the season fell to the share of the New 'market horses, while last year they won 15 of these 22 races. They have not done nearly so well this season,, for, despite the fact of the Derby,. the Oaks, and the: St. Leger having been brough' toelNewmarket by the .joint successes of Melton, and Lonely, the. home stables ha~e. won only 12 of the 22 leading .races. They began the season very badly, as in the Linconshire Handicap, for which the Newmarket stables ran first and: second last.year with. Tonans and: Toastmaster, they occupied only the third place with SM'?ahon, and they took no prominentpar, i...
CAMDEN AND CAMPBELLTOWN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
CAMDEN AND CAMPBELLTOWN JOCKEY CLUB. SThe following w eights ha? been. de blared :- E . FLYING HANDICAP. ' I st. lb ..t. st; lb. Bourke .. 8 7 ,Ishmael . .. 12 Leumeah ... .-8 3 J .nus-n ; 610 ewtown... 712 No Name ...... 7 Binalong '07 ;7 Tareoa 0 5 Unrdereclaf.. 7 'F. 10 - .. . 05 Defendant... ...1"' ' ful . O 0 A18lN8IVEDB4ITYý HAlDICAP.. Bourke ... ..8 , Defendant:.,.,..: 612 Leumeal .. 7 '12 Eve ., ;.. . 6 12 3dT town .: ' :, 718 aIshamel .?." 0', einaleng . . .::71j5 Danau'j . L .::.' .8. Plaintiff l. :., "7:1,, - N8 Nm7e: N ..ae .,., 6:,3, ' L, O+LOWAT.HA?1)DCAP. t'. . Mand ++: ·';'?!! ':V, 8~,.I7 Beo· ep '... :.'..;'0::-. LadyClifton. - 8 0 88 Th eea.":- ., 7 .. 6:7 Nelie ." 7.? e 0' Pheaannt... '. . 8 0, QaeeiiaBee - ','121 Hpeful"-? .' ePlaintiffw .. 11 7t'' k' 10'5 Tarrapee.' : 8.-87 einalonýa .: .:: 10.5 FrOlic :'";'l . ....: . 8 0.&h Iladerela i. &lt;.:;. 108 8I1 .-:.: : ',:? ;. " , . .
TIRRANNA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
i T. ' TIR NNARAC.ES:" .Yest~rdaey the Tirranina Picniao Races' were to.come.off. Abonut,1000people were. present. When about. tartinl .for the Cup a great sliowr of 'rain set in, and as the course was 'flooded- the rest of the diay's sport'was postponed'till to:day. Tr'IAL. sTAKEBS-U1.mfilse Welter weights foi age..: : IMessrs. 3; andH. Chisolm's Ralcigh, 1let. (Acrae: . man) .. .... .1 iMr.'r. Shoeppard's ' Clariolot' 10st.:2Tb; (Betts)'. 2 r.. Gibson's Astronomer, lost. (it. Gibson) ., , SFaithfull's Defiance bcamen second, but iaving dropped one' f: his weights' was lisqualified.- Time, 2niln.-21~see. 'cH: ic RAcE.-1' mile; 1Ost, Obsasman'sHussar, aged (Botts).. : . .• 1. isonarty's Mikado;aged (Moriarty) .. ... . Sheppard's Little Joe, ged (Acraman)' ... 'TISSrANNA7 oP.c-1- iles. S' ; Welteo, cights'for age. • Gibson's Surplice, lists -41b. (Campbell Gibson). 1 Chisholm's Don Antonio, list. lb. (Acraman) .2 Chapmin's Doctor, list. lib. (Betts) ...3 SAlsostarted: Cunningham'sHar...
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
:..... ..AQUATICS. ... 7ANIIAHY. "..· 2.. lational.Rentta. Entries clepe January O. 'Smith'sHnndicnp Trophyaa ?,,,'., ,? :Fce. Woolloomooloo, Bgany ?egattu -, Zt. Double Bay Aeuttii; Sailteg Club. * 5'e ue AlY. ' '. ... gt iAbt'Skiff Bac foe Yoeeths,'Woolleino ?a ' 0 o?uiinea trophy) .. 27: Pyrmont Begutta. *:· . -Muueun..·' 20. Bauiu Anue..l egatta..', . BOYAJ BDBE TCHuT SQUADuON. ; Seoond.-clss raco, uizou , January 23, First-class ruce, prize £85, January0;l Oommodore'se prize; £5l,,Fperury e.; exesur OMAT EU BetIinee 8108.. he, followng is the proegrmme of te rae t., e eaied during eeueou 1885.88-= Januury 23.-Open boats, 22 feat; epal betss, So feet. I ý Fe1birury, .-B?lf-dooked boats over 25 leet;. lf.t-decked bot,to2 feet, ! February 20-' Hurry-eskriy ewo f'ooano boatu v doei-d.' for half-deeked.boats.: .. ' Mach 0.--Half-decked beoats, ovex2J?ieetb? act exceeding 25 feet; 'Ttaoehad?ke-llb, 2Olfeet daunuder. : ', : • lurch 20.-Open boats,??Qiaet; open, boat., 1 met.. : April ...
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
CRICKET. ,M anly v. Incognito, A sociation Groud! W,-PO_27....on&n?r ..,niia..Mtch,, vi.tosia of I.ew Bouth Wales, AsnoeintioiG.?. d 2. :Belvidee v., Warwick (ontinuo)ed), Dona 2.~,Bugby y.'Oriental, Norwood Perk.. , r. , "_ 2D. Carthona v. Corio '(eontinued), Agresiar?l Orouhd "' 23. Barry Unt ?-toNlown (containeao, Agrisul. turalO Ground'?' . 2. ayde v. Doubles Bay (continued) : roydo_ G round. , o 2n. Easten Suburbs ;'Co:antbos (Cip) " 30. Carlingford v; Stamoro,8mo , ,tan .or. . 2. Derweat. iDntaligtn a, Foresot al. . 2l. Manly v. CarFon aaF.O he nf 20. Belvidere w ýrama, , , A. re., yaran - 30. St. Leonardos'.v. Stanmore, Bianaire p. Manly v. Cengorvative. M fonly h 9o. gbya v.'DarIim tone" Norwood ?r , - -Belvidero v.r oini.ord, Domaia Our' Boys v.endyo, Our Boye' (roaad S. Beresford vw Waverloy, Waverley " -_ DorwentiwN,.P_ ;lmoreSt; l Leona.rd ý..Cllftoa; v. Wotal.grseuitural asd Turf, Field;' aid'- Faren;,'a ;.Ne York sporting journal whichnis usually as honest as -...
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. Our reporter was very cordially, received by Mr. Andrew Town on 'his arrival at I obaltville sales yesterday, and was given permission, to go anywhere he wished, in ordcr to view what was going on. He expressed himself sorry for not be-rg able to accompany him. At some itesre date we will take advantige of his courtery, and give our readers the full benefit. We noticed, as we passed the Windsor ,racecourse yesterday, that the builders have commenced operations on the grand stand, by way of enlarging it. As will be seen by our report of the Hobaztville sales,' Lord Carrington has purchased three, horses. What' a recep tion awaits his Excellency on the occasion of his first win. Mr. W. Cooper purchased the two highest priced yearlings at the sale yesterday, but Mr. Long was not far behind with 1000 guineas for the Darebin colt.' At noon to-morrow the thirty-sixth i'ntercolonial match between Victoria and New South Wales will be commenced on the Association 'Cricket Gr...
NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
NOTESI AND .COMMENTS The result of the English elect'ons shows that it is in the counties, where the landowners and farmers were formerly supreme, that the recent admission to the fr'ncbise of the labouring population has most distinctly and most widely affecte4j the balance of political power. It is .not a little significantthatthereshouldbo enthe new Parliament a marked falling o in the number of members whoareconnectedwith either the Peerage or theBaronetage. Both Liberals and Conservatives have suffered in this way almost equally strikingly and equally unexpectedly, and. hence it maybe fairly inferred that the discomfiture they have experienced has been due rather to their social position than to their political views. In theHounse of 1S30 there we:e tbree Irish peers, five and thirty eldest sonsme offpeers, eight . jOerby younger sons of peers, seventy baronets, and more than two hundred of their near connections by blood or marriage. In the House of 1885 there is only one Iris...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 22, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 22;9 a.m. senE.--S., cloudy, thomometerl75inshade. ALnT.--S.E.; fine. , SDALLz A.--Calm, fine, sea smooth. DAnnsa0osT.-S., cloudy, sem smooth. ATnUnnsT.-Cash, fine. lATrSase'S DBL.--S., cloudy, sea smooth. ELLIoOEn HEADse.-- ,W. tfino, seao hloeavy CArs HASwE.-Cals, cloudy, soa.smooth.d E?G .--SW. clody. sea smooth. Gnoo IsLuD.--S.W., cloudy, sea moderate, Gnaesoo.-Calm, ?ino, hot. Gneen CApe.--8., cloudy, sea smooth. JEnivs BA.--S..W;, showery, soea smooth. Ksxou,.-S.W., showery, sea smooth. MICLOT HAT s.-S.E., cloudy, sea smooth, MAxTLann.-Calm, dull. MA rsmo HEas.--N.. cloudy, sea moderate. MOnsUTa Ha?es.-S., fine, seam smooth. lo?nucna Hsss.--Coalm, finqi sea moderate, NEWCASTLE.-.,'Uoe Sea ss.'0ooth. PonT IsACQnA.iE.--ale, fine, c?a moderate. Pons STErTsnS.-C-lm, flue, soa smooth. SeAL Socs.--Calm cloudy, sea smooth. louTr HsAs.-S., cloudy, sea smooth. TssAnA.-N.E., fle, sea smooth. Twnss HAno.--8., fine, sea smooth. ULLeDLLA.-N.E., fine, sea sm...
DISPATCH OF MAILS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
* DISPATCH OP MAILS TO TILE UNITED KINGDOM., Overland to Melbourne, and thenco per P. and O. Company's st'amer Va'letta, W'cle'day Jonunry 27. Registered lottozJ, 1.30 p.m. oil'rury for Perth (W. 4.), lod% and Continent of EuroI3 at 2.30 p.m., but for tho Unit.d Kingdom only up to 3 p.m. 6d. tho toz. Nowo. papera,10p.m.3 , ld. ouch. Lato lettors for tho Unit:l..Kl Kdom only will be received up to 4 p. ; i onx I fee, C'. Correoiondeeco Ilneonded for tronmi'eslon by the P. and O. Compaooj" steomers muotbo oendorod "vl rind:bi." - U.8.8. Meripora, ThVrsday, Januory 28. Bcglstr I leltors, 1 p.m.; ordiny, 2 p.m. 6. the toe. Nowspar.ero, 1 p.m.. Id. eabho, ato lotto.s for the United Kingdom only' ill bo re. coivcd at t'i Genoral Post-nofio up te 3.30 p.m.; oetra fr. 6Gd. Overland to Melbourno, and thence per M.M. Com. my's st.lrJer Sydney, Erid'y J.nuruy 20. elgistovcd lettors, 1.,0 p.m.; ordinary, 3 p.m.; 6d. theo to. Nownw/ers, 1.30 p.m., ld. eoh. Late Lott .rs for tho United Kingdom on...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
THE MAIL . Malla will be made up at the General Poet Ofice Stho undermentionod placo a follows: Tams Die MenoonNr, overlnnd . ,. 4 and 7 p.m. AaE.LMID, overland, via Melbourn ... ,0 p.m. -aanAT 'ND LAUNCEaTON. ovarlnnd to Melbourne, and thenco por stoamor this day .. ....... ... p.. ?s.ln Acn Frr, p .ir Gnga .2 p. Ricel?mon ? lvn, Richmond, this day 6p.m. SATURDAi. l?MnmcnU.A AcN EDp,. per .Knmoruk. l11a.m. BrlOushne NoTccEnN POnT,An?D TIIons. DAY ILAND, per Conlea. . .Noon 'esanerE AcD NonTrBe Pan'Oc, per Konoowan. ....oon. nmEoDAcE, NOrolTHEn POReTS AND Teme. DAT InLAcNDan, peor We?toworth ... Noon. BATAVIA AceD BSlnAIOn,oWeotWOrt1 to Ic:'bn.eo, e~id t-rncI p?r Dorun'd NOon WELLINGeTON. AND SOUTE?rn POniT Or NawZcLcAon, porToknopo 3 p.m. Wm-TiaeN AcnreoeAo-Ocorled to lot. I eorne, and t',ecco per :.hnklin 7p.m. Cw nauno?e Rt., per Helen Nicoll ... 8p.m. WEnasqeir. PEnTn (W.A.), IsDI, AcD CoNTIH? Nr a? Eoncr--Overland to IMelbourne. aed thence per P. and 0. Compony's steamer YValet...
YOUNG AUSTRALIA'S POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
YOUNG AUSTRALIA'S8 POLITIOC. The platform of the New National Political League of Victoria is compre hensive to say the least of it. Among its leading items are 1. Electoral Reform ; re-adjustment of electorates; redistribntion -of seats on the basis of population, with out increasing tle number; the polliig hour to be extended to 8 p.m.; abolition of plural voting; payment of memlers r entire abolition of all gratuities to members of Parliament. 2. Eight hours to be created a legal day's work; establishing a court of con ciliation for the settlement of strikes; maintenance by the Government of main roads not within a shire, borough, or city. 8. Protection to all native industries which can. be established in the colony; re-adjustment of the tariff and considera tion of the tariff commisesioners'report; to support interbolonial free trade only on those articles on which the colonies are agreed, and which will not interfere with the settled policy of protection. 4. Federation: becomi...
HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH—AND THE IRISH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
,HER.MAJESTY'8 SPEECH-AND T. THE RI8H.OUE8TION. SSo the Tories are' going to stop boycotting in Ireland, ad sixty berals o, aam Liberals are going to 'heipthem !. i That's"what the QUEE'? a Speech virtually says, and never, we. may safely assert, were sillier woris utiilto the mouth of the experencad y who has for nearly fy ycacs been the ruler of the British Empira., How are the Tories or the Liberals, either or both combined, with the Parnellitos to boot, to stop boy cotting? Do' the Tories know whlt boycotting is ? It is a simple sending to Coventry on a very perfect and comprehensive scale, invented a few years ago for the delectation of a certain Captain Boycott, whose case excited a little sympathy at the time, partly from the novelty and com pleteness of the punishment, and partly from the fact that a great many worse persons than Captain Boycott escaped it., The boycotting system is simple. It is merely to leave the person boycotted' entirely alone. No one speaks to him, wor...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
TO OORRESPONDENT& : 1 leotters and other communications mtscded toe insertion in the nefws 0olmns beould be ad. draseodto Tux En Ton. All business eommunications;, including advertle. monted orders for the pper, end remit?noosn h boaddressed to ,ess zs~sa and not to Tau Earros. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22.