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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

Special Advertisements. B'RAY BROTHERS, China, Glass, and Earthenware SHOWROOM 403 and 404 GEORGE-STREET. .1. BUDGEREE. NO MORE FEVERS. The Budgeree Disinfectant is the most wonderful germ killer and fever destroyer known, and no household should be with. out it, as it instantly kills all bad smells arising from closets, dirty drains, &o, Sold at all chemists and grocers. Depot, JAS. C. STEEL, dBulletin Lane, Lower Pittatreet. THE G LO B E. SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to either paper are requested to SEID THEIR AMES to this Office, when the paper will be, delivered at their door - through the' nearest Local Agent. ,SUIBSCRIPTION: LOBE.-8 PAGEI PAPER. PRICE ln. Quarterly, in advance, s. d.? booked, 7s 64? Sc U NDAY T I M ES J " 8-PAGE PAPER. S PRICE 2o. Quarterly, ihn advance, 2s.;" booked, 2e. 6d D ANDWICK~-Mr. . Kuhn, Rand J1U wick, will Deliver Globe and Sunday T?mes to Persons leaving their Names at his Address. TTLTIMO.-Mr. W. Cabian, 483, L - Harris-street, Ulti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSPICIOUS FIRE AT WATERLOO. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

SUSPICIOUS FIRE AT.. WATERLOO. CoRONERn' IN-QgiET. The enquiry into the suspicious circum stances surrounding the fire which occurred on' Now Years' Eve, in Telford, street, situated on the Zetland Estate; Waterloo, was resumed this morning'at the Waterloo Town Hall,by.Mr. Shiell,the city coroner. . The Metropolitan Fire Brigade was, again represented by Mr. Piggott,solicitor, who also appeared for the insurance com pany interested; . Mr. Lewis Levy watched the case on behalf of Mr. Manning. Albert Twig, fireman at No. 5 fire station (volunteer) was called and in answer to Mr. Piggott stated he remembered the fire on the 81st instant. He met Manning in Elizabeth-street driving his cab a little before midnight. He received an alarm of fire shortly after, and started out with other men, but meeting somei men of another company 'the latter told him it was a false, alarm and they all 'retui.ed to East Sydney Station,' Campbell-stroot, where there was a little supper and other festivitie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

COMMERCIAL eossrs. anrrison, Jones nod Devlin report that At our sale of oats to-doy there was a large attendanco of buyors, and wc solnd. 6tO bage at 2e 3dto 2sod.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LICENSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

.LIOENSINU. Messrs. Addison and olrineiSn, J.Ps.,.and the Hon. John Fraser sat on the Bench at the W-Vater Police . Cour . this morning. 'Richard: Palmer applied for a condi tional publican's license in the dis trict of North-West Willoughby. The local option vote was against the license being granted, and the police stated that the requirements of the neighbourhood did not need another licensed house, the Great Northern Hotel being only throo quarters of a mile away. After hearing a deal of evidence and examining the plans, the 'Bench were of opinion that a better house than the one submitted was required. Application withdrawn. Edward H. Lanceley applied for a:con ditional publicans license. It was objected to by a number of residents, on, the grounds that there was no need for the license, and that as it. was away in the bush at Gore's Hill, away from. a public thoroughfare, it would 'be used only by brickmakers working in the locality, and would prove a great inconvenience' to e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

LATE SHIPPING. S AIRIVALS.-JANIIY2.1. . Helen Nicoll, s.,. 984 tons, Captain R: A. ;1"rar. 'ffom Clnrenc Ricer. " PFesengers:-Mdsdnunen " `Friend, MI'Innes Melton, MIisses Mtoss, M'aroLor, '. Messm.. Moss, Payne, Berry, Erwinu, WVilliamls. - AhKey,no ad 19 in t1e stoet tao John of 1Onj Comanny. gents.

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SAD CASE OF DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

SAD CASE OF DROWNING.j An exceedingly sad case. of drowning occurred near the Cove-street Wharf, Balmain, this morning, the . victim being Mrs. Dixon, the wife of Sstpwrtlmghi, living near Cove street, -amain. It appears from what little can be gathered concerning the. sad occurrence, that, early? this morning, Mr. Dixon left home for his work as usual' at about 5 o'clock this morning. His wife: was in bed when he quitted the house and was found in bed also by a rela tive who visitedher at I o'clock. Mr. Dixon returned home for breakfast at twenty minutes past 8 o'clock, and was surprised to find that his wife was absent. Knowing, however, that she had been in the habit of taking a bath every morning in a little private.bath in the harbour, at the foot of their garden; he went in that direction," and on entering the enclosure .found; her, face downwards, in the water, with her two hands clutching the life lines across the bath. He at once! pulled her out, but found that she was. qui...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. GOULBURN, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] GOULBURN, Tu?r DAY. Blefore the licensing bench yesterday Mrs. Henry.Burgess was charged with sly grog-selling at Woodhouster. .She pleaded not guilty. After some evidence had been heard ;the licensing inspector abandoned the case, as the witnesses evinced a disincli nation to give correct evidence. Thobench in digmissing the case, cautioned the de foendant, at: the same time informingga witness named George Barling that tlley would not hesitate in saying that he had sworn falsely, and would, perhaps, be pro ceeded against by.the police for perjury. A similar charge against Henry Burgess, was withdrawn. Mr. Gannon appeared for defendant. Only two candidates went up for exami nation here yesterday for admission to the High School. INVERELL, Tnss DAY. The nintlh annual general meeting of the Inverell Hospital was held at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. Annual re ports of theo board medical officer and treasurer were read and adopted....

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DARLING HARBOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

DARBLING HARBOUR MARKET. fair asuply of wood aundforago offorod this mornaig. WVood is dull, but rates uvaltcrod. Chaff slightly easier. Prima qualities of forage fimin, modiumand inferior unaltered. The following prices were ralised at Darling abour sales this moring: Wood.--Owingto buyers beingwoll supplied with inferior qualities, prices in those were dull, buh good wood was in demand. Followinraroepre s ueur ton :--llot wood, 9s to la0d; bundle, 99 to ls d foot, 10ee to 14s; bakers, ls to lie. ay.=-Good supplie. Market was firm for prime, which said fairly well Inferior dcsrip . ons only in limited" request: Oaten, in bundles. 49d to to per owt.: prime lots, 6s to 6s 2d: bales, S2l1d tole lds truse, us 3d. Luoorno, in trues, Se 3d to 3a ltd. Wbeaton, in bunndle, 5t to Gs. ('.ton ond tylbcateon, In bun?dlo, s to to. Lucernea nnd hbe;, en, in tines, Se a1. t: _w.--Modernto consignmento to band this mo ning. Soir competition at 3s to 3 4d torctean wreaot into bondlo i in boeos, os....

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

ON THE WHARVES. A fair mupp forageo was offered, Oonsider. abe additios to etocka of Victorin potatoes have been received, and the market is now somowh?t overseuppliod. Prices are much weaker than ee. torday. Onions are fairly represented, and pricee areo weak. The market is esteady in mlze. Dny soproedto is very dull, and prices have a downward tendency. Following ero ruling quotations: :Maize.-Stok fair. Market steady, at Ss 10d to 4s per bushel for prime. Weovily SB to Se l. Oi.-at?.-Mrket felly supplied, asic businoes ia lively. Many holders aro keeping back li antieipa. tion of a rise. Prime seamplos of heavy feed sill usmmand most a'ttontion upto s s ed per bushel; nexeltionnl lots; to 2s 7d; other softs, moddamtely adtive from S 3d. No enquiry for ooed. Badrley.-Nothing fresh to reptrt under thi head, ?Cape ac being nomirnally worth a . per sueshel. Bran.--Quietat b'ld to s84dper bushel. Pollard.--Conidoembn o ddtitions to stooks, e'cs prices slightly better at Is 5d per bush...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

WOOLLOOMOOLOo FIBS MABET. Thlloroe was a largo aIpply of fish at thls'morlnans market at Woolsoomooloo. Good quality of fish rraC::?rd a flrt-clss price, but the bulk o' what was offered was inferior and weant at a lowrato. Newcastlo was largely repreoneted. but Botanpand harbour flabh were scarce, and renlised good petics. The followlog o nre tn lending quotateons -flehopper, 105 per de.; squire. its per do.zi flathead, 70 to e per doz.wh t hlt?g, e 6Pa per :nekot; Jew fish, ase per oz. ;I traglu, Os per doz. i mullet, ls to 12s per bsketo; oels, de to per doz. bream, E1 55 per baskot, t to tOlba. black flls, 7s6dprbLketI; ealmon., 3s 6(Id to e. per doz. ; parans, Is d to ils d per quart.

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THE CITY FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

THIE CITY FBU1T MAbKET. Thi» morlnng to bovoe minarkot woa weoll oup. plied w;th fruit, for which thore wn a good do. rnoid. Thro .nO Mt elt soo muo h fruit nowcomo Ing 1" "s i'l l'o t]oc nso s wck or twu " Iton. i-ice are fai.r. The following aro the leading qaotallo.l -Apple, 4n to 68 per cnase ears, 4eto tosn; orbnics, to?,d tol s; pooch, O to 8atd: i,,., 6 n (06)i baoarn , 38 to de; Braples, 2ld ]to •;< RDC"e' Ih?.

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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Y.?l.CA. annual mrotlncr, 7.30. Lcctur: "Applied ntechanic- ;,the onetruction, I ot Watchec," L:ov. If. E. Tydomau, Tochnlcal" Oollegc, & Freoejrodd Acaoocotlon of N.S.W.i addreo b Mr. 13.1. Wise on "Free-trado sad Finance, 1rotcctnt li!',8. Nelson Ward, Warorley, naddress by Alderma Jerme Fulifor, Ebloy and Denlson treet., 8. Doroufol of Noewtown. oen court to revise 1tho mnnicl"al lint, 'ruwn 51 , 5.oo. rsoLtcaunt Moiual moneft Sooioty, mooting, Proics?n.lt hall dvoeniog. Ent Ward. Leihlhoadt5 moostlng of r. W. H. SLdler's com.-ittio, Riley Hlotol. . Aavnu~s'eo.nt Trliknre 'oyal "Cinderella." orew Opera oose. "Queen's Evflence. " Olymple, bcreflt of Mr. Darcy Stanfield. Ae..'c:ry o' S?'o , Fcderal Minstrels. Allnm,..r VnT.:oty and Spccialty Union. Ausotx.nn WNaxworks, open from 10 an. U 10 Pm. ,ley's Toomsacoro.ntr'eet. show, open from 10 n~m. to 10 1.m. Ar. Society of N.S.W.. alexhiltion of works in black and white, rooms, Rioyal Arcade, open from moos ti...

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A RESURRECTED JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

S' A ESURRECTED JLRE. Musical amateur (to Irish fiddler)-Ml good friend, do you play by hote ? Irish Fiddler-Divil a note, sor.. M. A.-Do you play by ear, then P I. P.-Divil an ear your honour. M ',.A-- How do yon play, then P , . .F.-By main stringth, be jabbers and its oig-hty dry wox-r-k :

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DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

DEPAIRTUfES.-JAfUAOT Y2. Valottn, Ru.1.S., 2901 fns, Captain J. O.?m, for London, via eolbourno and Adolaldo. Louea, 1186 tons, Captain J. Pain, for Melbourne. Eoednle, 274 tons, Caltain 0. 'rondorgast, for )tauning itver.

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

SHIPPING. SHigh water, Sydneyo Cove, tiln dn, 10.5 p.m. , ARRIVALS-JAInAnO 21. Nith, bqo O90 tos. Captain Adair, from Ant. werp, October 12. Ostormeyor, Dowez and. Co., Limited, agents. lodoudo (a.), 1119 tons, Captain Booult, from risbano S?l inst. PasOenOOrs :-For Sydney mrs ag and child, Miss LLer, Mr. anod Mr. Melvin, btr. and Miss RucOll, wMn. otIzbor, tre. 7terovish, Misses Cooke ano Cows, Me.olro. Join. stono, Afvitoll, Ieoest, Uopk:ns. Briaso, A. I. A-tdeoroO, Meoter C. W. Coiecd o,J. Klanonvoll, Boekli, A. oend, W. J. Smith, Roe. J. C. Warner, hoot W. V. Young, 0. Menton, W. . Illoxham, Joeer, nod 42 in te steterago. W. Ieowrd, Smith and Sons, Limitedno enlts. JýJltbprr 22, Tewmania, RM.S., 202 tons, Captain C. J. PeFor. rios, from i'y.nouth, via Adelaide and MoIl. Lou: no. W. Weir, agent. Rlosedalo, 274 tono, Captain M. Prendorgast, from MSonioo River. John Sce and Co. agents. Murray 271 tos, Captain D. Anthon, from Mannln Riveor. John So and Co., sgents. Tihe following pn...

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COMMERCIAL. GLOBE Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

COMMERCIAL. (Lone Ofic, 1 p.m. In the impor markets there wore no trnsantions of any maglitude to call attention to, and taktinga look at the position of our markets, for many lead. ing lines, their ovor.crowded state, and tie low ratos lately ruling. Wo cannot ?.ny that as far as importers re concerned that the business pron. poets a as goodnas in fornor yeas. SWO'draw attention to the higher rate of Interest allowed_ on fixed deposits by the Fe?eral Bank o7 Australa, viz., per cont. for 12 months, 5 per cent, for 6 months, and 4 per cont, for 8 months I these mtes being rther higher than are ruline with the other banks in thisocity. We understand the Federal Bank is paying tho same rater in Melbourno. In the flour and wheat market a fair amount of business is reported at full market rates. We mote the arrival from the country is only 112 tons or flour byrail for the week ending January 21, a vrry light supply but oven this amount woe do not experot to see In futuro, as it is gonor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEARANCES.—JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

CLEAIAMOCES.-:Jaennr 22. CGue, 1257 tons, Captain D. Calder, for Noumea rond Fil, 4 p.mn. Queen ol tho South, 198 tons, Captain H. Wood, for Rinchmond Rivor. The following passoneers left to.lany by tho P. and 0. Comlany's R1.M.8. Valetta, Capta e J. Oran, for London, via Melborno and Adolaido: -For London : Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pilchor, Misces Pilchcr (2), osi.?rs Pll'chor (2) and nurco, Mr. anId Mrs. S. 3J. Le.onth Oil. ehrist, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Firth child and infant. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. E. Ellis and child, IRor. Canon H. . Kilng, Mc?srs. King (2), Mr. J. Pope, MiL, Popo and maid, MInsters Popo (2?, Mrs. Gardlyeo, Mrs. E. E. Staek; Miss Uther, Cptain J. J. Shepherd, Morno. F. W. Uthor C. H. Chapman, T. C. Skarratt. E, W. Gilcrnlst, Il. Manrward, 3. Consta't. For Iombnhy: Mrs. Lucns, 3 children a'ld maid. For Albany: Miss Cossnrovoe ins Ilcerkhoonn, Mr. Hen,"i Daeso, Mr. Pallor. man. Foar Molbourno: Mrs. Wilknsonu, Mr. and Mrs. 3. WttiJnuoan Ind c?lild Mr. and Mrs...

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SALES OF HIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

8laLs Or HIDES. Attthis morng' sales of hidos tho denOd was not sO strong as last weekwhileo thoro was a lar'o supplpy, Duyors seemed to lhavo dooidod notto go to tihoprices which worer?oohodlostweek. Thiewas in consoqueonce of the oextrme1y dull market for loather, All round a fll of it to td has to o chronicled, except for primo hoeavies, of which the supply was veroy short and consequently did not recede. These reachsup to i eloppy0 iavios, .to 4d i whild llhts wero sold down to Old. Meare. Drild ?and Co. quote as follows 'Prlmo heavies.4ldto t sloppydO., 4d to 4sl prmeO Std to d I g .ime , p b i Il i oSid

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THE BANK DISCOUNT. LONDON, JAN. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

THE BANK DISCOUNT: [rEUTEa'S TnrEEGoBA i.] LONDON, JAN. 21. The directors of the Balnk of Eng land to-day reduced the discount from. 4 to 3 per cent. per annum.

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THE SUSPICIOUS FIRE AT WATERLOO. THE SUMMING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

iTHE SUSPICIOUSNFIRE AT WATERLOO: THE SUSMINO Up. This enquiry was resumed this morning at !the Waterloo Town Hall, by Mr. Shiell, the City Coroner, anda juryof 12. Before his Worship proceeded. to sum up, ajuror requested that John Mannii{g, son., should be'examined. , - John Manning, sen., sad he wps a cab proprietor, living in ,Bourkestreet, and the fathereof John Manning before the court. Was on the stand at Darlinghurst on the night of the 31st from 7.30 to 11 p.m. nninterruptedly. He could not say whether he was in the front or rear of the rank. . Could positively swear he was on the rank at 7.30, and that his son was there when he wonton. Ifhis' son had sworn to the contrary he couldnot account f"or it. There hbd Enor been ?a_ ,i .... ---;at any pre viouS time,· nor ?a su:.inuost- baon held in connection withit by r. hieli was quite positive' that he had n'ver had any fire in his house except that which boiled the kettle;"' it. was not usual for him' to'go on the rankat 11, b...

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