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A HAMMOCK FOR TWO. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

A hAMMOK FO I TWO. Girl-I will look at your hammooek, please. Dealer-Yes, miss. Now,thero is some thinicie. - Not expensive. but at-tle samne time pretty strong. Girl--It oesn't look very strong.?:-! Dealer-I will guarantee it to sustainr weight of 800 pounds, miss. Girl-Let me sees 120 and 165 wou6l . be: just 285-very well. I.. will take th. sCall for WoL 's BO.rarria. It is . the o Liao- Dpaad..13s oect ia rm.6V6..W 's

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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 — 22 January 1886

SHIPPING. VESSELS TO AIIRIIVE AT SYDNEY "EXCLU. SIVE OF COASTERS AND IN. L ER S COLONIAL VESSELS. '' . •~ ,, 0namo and Rig. To. Whiro. Dato of e go rano. Siling. AbbloCorvor, boo .b.. 03... 4 Bosto ..n Oct 15 Agnocs Oswald, sh . Sharpsonss Nov. Aminmfl, 1931 Haimborg "....Nov.15 Amoy, oh 90 ivorpool Nov. 7 Aloinoos, oh . London Nov Anstmrl, O.S.S. si Plynoouth ... an 9 Aldergrovo,'h' o i London - Angerton, 0s L ond don. Australia, as -. Frisco. Dec 31' A?ustmlasian;, s . Lonon. ... Dce 23 Barcoo, sd ... - Lanon' - iombay, as .. - Londoi o 3ritish sles, oh 231 Lordon- ". o. -. Bucepalua .. 1102 t'Adoaldo... ov.. 1 California, bqo 75 Pt Gamblo Caidida, sh ... London - Cope Clear, blo - Liverpool Canp Comorin. oh '.. Lodon Ccrro Allegro bqo Circito - Chollerton, s ..173. Loudon... NOv. 9 City of Bomboy, sh - London City of Corintl;sh':. - London ,0 Nv.N . 11 Colusoo, be .. P BlakolSoky. LCsty Bark, oh 1.. London' - Caisca bqo ...- .- Antwerp Oct. 11 Cy2'sbrook Castle, sh Loodon . - Crl...

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

THE RAILWAYStOF'EUROPE. j{Thecese Gonera a4qs Glicnins-s d, Pi', phblishes : ,a. statement, of, the length ,of, railways open or traffe in irrp , on-De cember.,315.l84,, as copipred wsgthth niileage) open at the-same date in.1883. Germly heas-tee ;listh with 36,737 kilo nibtres of railway)as against 35,908 kilo nietres in December, 1883` (iscrease dpr-; ying'the year, 829 kilomitrea, gr 21 . per, ce xt; :follows: France with 31i21 lombtres, against ,29,714 kilombtres (ii cre~se,450 2 kilombtres, or,5.05. p? cent.) Great :Britain ..and Ireland, .0~514 kilq ,mbtres, agamat 30,17Qkilomtreq increase, 3b-)cilom tres,,or 1.11 per cent,( R ssia and Finland, 25,391 kilos., am 88 rl5os, (increase, 03 kilomb tres,or2020 per :cnt); Ausitria, 22,108 kilombtres, eaginst 2084$7 kiloni4tares (increase, 1249 kilomo tres;,or, 5 99 per, cent.) Itsly, .926, Inclomltres;, against.9,415 l somlbtrei.Qi n crease, 470 kilom trea,:,or 4.97 per ceat);. Spain,. 8663 kilombtres, against.r 8251 Skilomtres (iicr...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW GUINEA EXPENSES. LONDON, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

NEW GUINEA EXPENSES. [REUTER'S TELEGnAM.j LONDON, JAN. 20. Mr. R. Murray Smith, Agont-Gone ral for Victoria, and Mr. Garrick, Agent-Genoral for Qeeoonsland, havd agreed together to obtain an early intorvicw with Sir Robort Herbert, Permanent Under-Secretary, upon the question of the division of ex ponses connected with the Now Guinea Administration.

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

For Sale. OUR-ACEE FARMS FOR &60. ,BIEEKSHIRE PARK. RIVERSTONE, 28 Miles from Sydney. --Free Passes 'to inspect. D'epoeit;:~A '(five pounds) Balance, As (two pounds) per month. NO INTEREST. Immediate possession given. i Bonus, £2000. - Further particulars from PHILLIPS.and CO:, - 82, Castlereagh-street. For the convenience, of parties who are engaged in business during the day;.the office. will be kept open.between.7p.m. and. 9 pm. EVERY.NIGHTfT., P E. HOLDSWORTH, House, Land, * Estate and Commission Agent, 68, First Floor, Royal. Arcade, Pitt-street, near School of Arts. NTOTICE.--The Lithographic Plans of • *: Grange Farms distributed on Satur day last, at,the sale .held.by Messrs. Wat kin and Watkin, show ,a. right-ofway or .road from.. the property through Maraden Park. :' NOtice is hreby given,, that no' such right-of.way exists, and azny:ji'rson crossin?'from one .property. tothe bther' after tbia date wil1 be..tr dps:ailn-g d liehleto.bo proseoutedi? cicording to law;...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. DUTIES ON AUSTRALIAN WINES. LONDON, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

he tollothing appeared last night in our Phird Edition. DUTIES. ON AUSTRALIAN WINES. ' [REUTEIL'S TELEORAM.J LONDON, JAN. 20. The Agonts-General of the Austra lizni colonies mct to-day, and resolved to ask for an interview with Sir Mhichaol Hicks-Bceacl for the purpose of urging a reduction of the duties on Australian wines to is. up to a rfandard thirty degrees of alcoholic strength.

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

N- NEW INSOLVENTS. *HTubert William Lindsill and Leopold Edward Lindsill, trading as Lindsill Bros., watchmakers and jewellers, of North Shore. Liabilities, .135 Os. 8d;; assets, £73 2s. Mr.. Edward Mtilner Stephen, official assignee.. George Frauklin Garton, of Padding. ton, painter and glazier. Liabilities, £255 Os. 9d.; assets, £10 7s. 6d.: Mr. Lloyd, oflicial assignee.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, 3 rer. : Owing to business engagements Horan will not be able to join the Australian Eleven. Wardill has at length consented 'to take the management, and leaves for Sydney to-day. John Joyce, John. Murphy, and Thomas Bowers have been remanded to Colling wood Courteharged with being accessories to the bank outrage. The police have evidence that, these men concocted the affair. Joyce is stated to be [a inotorious `New South Wales criminal, and enticed Beale fiwm respectable employment. Bowers is also a Sydney convict. The inquest on the body of Mrs. Brookes, murdered by. her husband, was held' at Kilmore this morning. From theevidenoe of.. Annie Edwards, who saw the whole of the horrible affair, .it seems that Brookes and his wife had had repeated quarrels, the latter having threatened to leave her home. They were only married in November last y*ear. The jury found that Brooked murdered his wife, then killed himself. McDonald and MeKenjie, two seame...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH SALES. HOMEBUSH, 3 P.M. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

"HOMEBUSH SALES. S(ax w"RE.-~'RoM oun own ?EPORTER.) IOIOMEBUSH, 3 r.s. BIEEP. Towards the close of the sales the weather became cooler, andthiswas partly the cause of a slight hardening which took pllaco since the time of my last wiring. A pen of fine merino wethers from Lake George sold for 10s. 7d. The top price for merino lambs reached 9s.. for a few of extra quality. One pen of crossbred weothors, extra primh; 12s. 6d.; medium qualities, 5s. G6d. to 7s. Inferior qualities were very low. CATTLE. Nine hundred head were yarded. The market opened .weak at from is. to 10s. per head weaker than last week. No" prime qualities had been sold to` the time of wiring, . but .really good medium were .old at lD 3s. There are, however, yards which will in all probabilityconsiderablyoxceed this figure. All descriptions are well represented, anid the quality average is a little better than' .last siile day.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S.S. YARRA. SUEZ, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

8.8. YARRA. [EREum's TELraRAx.J SUEZ, JAN. 20. The Mossagories Maritimos Com pany's s.s. Yarra, from Marseilles the 18th inst., passed hero to-day out w'ards.

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

LAST MOMENT `Mr. Yates, at the Central Police Court this morning, showed his determination to rid the city of the number of loafers which infest it. A man named John Kelly was brought before him oharged with being an idleand disorderly person, having no law ful visiblo means of support. Kelly was eont for 'three months -hard labour at Darlinghuret. T.homas Henderson, Jamees Quinlan, and Edward Quinlan, seonan of the s.se Maras posa, were charged with disobeying thoe lawful command, of the officers of the vessel. They ,ore ordered to bosentbacli on board thohiP. The man,(eo. Dawkins,'uwho is alleged to have pabbed James Fletcher at the Dbw Drte Inn last night was brought before pr. S. Yates, D.S.M., at the Central Police /ourt this morning on a charge of ma usl wounding. Dawkins is only 22 yfprl of age, and on being questioned at tie vatchhouse when brought there by S eio>conetablo RIoche and Constable West stated he wasan engineer. No ýnife or other weapon was found on hin. In ce...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

SSTOCK AND SHAE REPORT. GLose Oilre, P.1ar. Latest reported on'Change, viz.:--Bank of New Zealand, £20 10s.; Marcantile Mutual Fire, 4s.; Australian Gasli ht (now shares), £11 2s. Gd.; City Carrying Cdmpany, 8s.; Anglo-Australian Invest' niunt, 42s. 6d.; AngloeAustralian Iiinvet?? ment (now issu), 40s. ; Wickhain ,'and Bullock Island. Coal;22s. ; Sunny Corner, 30s.; Silver King, 8s., Be. 9d., s. ; Bandl. and Albion Consols; 69s.

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HORSE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

HORSE SALES. Sales wore this morning held at Kiss'.' and Inglis' bazaars at which there were :?. fair' attendances of buyers. Heavy draught horses are not very greatly in demand, but whatever of first-class quality was offered sold really well. Light backs Are in strong demand, and if of good, or; even fair quality, are very readily disposed of at good prices. There are a large number of weeds forward, but of course difficultyis found inplacingthese. Taken altogether, Yates are really good.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN WINE DUTIES. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

AUSTRALIAN WINE DUTIES. ;;, [rFno ont OWN COBREBPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, Tins DAY, Cable messages received here from London state that a meeting of the.. Agents-General of the Australian colonies held to-day, it was determined that re nowed representations should be' made: to Sir Michael Hicks-Beach 'with. a view of inducing the Imperial~ Government to consent to the 'duty on Australian wines being reduced to Is. per gallon for wines under 30deg. proof. An interview been asked for on the subject with the Chancellor of the Exchequer. THE LORD LIEUTENANCY. It is reported Colonel Stanley will pro bably relinquish the office of Seore-.. tary of State for the colonies, and take up the portfolio of Secretary for War, Earl Carnarvon to succeed Colonel Stanley at the Colonial Office. It. is officially announced that the Right Hon. W. H. Smith, Secretary of State for War, has been appointed, Chief Secretary: foe, Ireland, with Executive powers, pending: the appointment of the new Viceroy, THE IR...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BALMAIN. FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BALAI. . FRnDAY, JAN. 23, 1886. . (Before Mr. W. Johnstone, S.M.) DzxrT PnsREMIs.-J. M' Cardle .wsR summonud by F.. J.. Paris,. Inspector of.: Nuisances 'to the- borough of: Balmain . Fined 10s., and 68. coats. William Hurdis, for a similar offence, was fined. 20s., and costs 6s. CcUELTYr.-Josoph J. Crouch was sum- noned by Inspector. George Wobber with" cruelly ill-treating. a horse. A fine of 20s., and costs 4e. 10d., was imposed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASE OF DROWNING AT BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

CASE OF DROWNING AT BALMAIN. A magisterial inquiry was held this. morning, before Mr. Pinhoy, J.P.,. at. Gallimore's Waterview Hotel, touching. the death of Mary Ann Dickson, who met her death on Thursday morning,. by drowning, at the foot of. Louisa road, Balmain. From the evidence. of John Dickson, husbandof the deceased, it appeared that she was in the habit of going .down to the bathing house, at the foot of the garden to bathe when the tide was suitable.' Ho last saw his wife alive at lHalf-past five on Thursday morning. He left her in bed" asleep.. He returne at a quarter past eight for breakfast, and upon entering the house could not find his wife, and thinking that she might have gone to the bath, he went to the bathing-house and there found her, floating on the surface of the water, holding a rope in each hand. She was lying face. downwards; the water was about 5ft. deep ;. she could not swim; noticing the position. of his wife he immediately jumped in. and brought her body...

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

SAINT EIZABDarHI. Saint Elizabeth, aIndeon awith I,, Beeke hd'pdopole, sore bostead :With hunger heavy and long.' Homo rode Louis with jeat and song "WVhat boarest thou, Eolicabeth P. last thou no courtier loft, on. Of knights art tbhoo bereft? Nay, blush not, my swcot lovo; Nayi trmblio ut, ma dove; Unfold'thyrobo, tlmt'lmay soe " WVhat thou dost boar so secretly."' With o votesout shamo nd chelck'of rad, Forth she shoowadhor storeOs broad. Lo I nought his ru- in1oth groat ]hat mot. a,?ers, full mleeot For hauds and brow so sweet. "'Ab, fair saint; oh, swoot love, Mine oeyes en see the dove . Alight on thy fair goldon head, Turning thy bloom again to broad." S --T. T. Mungor, in the Ceoal rs.

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

HELP THEM IEMEMBER. Dright shines th senn this day In id-October, " Setting in framo of gold a lovely scene The Laywith sails of snowy whitnoes dotted, . The meadow still narrayed in robe of green, The trees their leaves of russot softly tossing To winds that bear them on their wings away And yet,'tis but the hnarbinger, this splendour, Of death and desolnationnand decay. And to thn mnny with deep sorrow aInden ' This thought dulls autnn blory. They can see Only with tenar.dimeldd eyes the wondrous beauty ThaLt lingers with the wave, the field, the tree; And seeing thus, they cannot pierce tho shadow Of coming gloom that lies on everything, And they forgot-deanr God, help them remenmber l That after dreary winter comes the spring. SLnoaeST Emnivon.

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

The director of one' of 'the leading art sEbliooi n Ainericaawhoohas devoted many yeairs:' to teaching ' drawing,??as 'been ihunddted of late by cireulars from agents. who' aiit to sell hm'canvasses soprepared that figtes and still-lifes "imay be photo= graphed' diroctly" upon them, and :then painted over by thoartist. He says that there is not an exhibition of oil-paintings ohici 1 J6es not:contain examples offilgure paintig, and still-life paintinig produced. in thisway. Itis death to art,he declares,; but artists are doing it all the same; and siovadays it is sometimes im ossibloe 'to' tell, when one is admiring a full-length portrait- or' a piece of very elaborate still life, whether 'or not the basis of the picture is a' photograph throwli upon'the anvas by the, ordinary methods of solar printing. Wolsf's Scinarrs. There are manyimitations, but by using ordinary intelligenco youeeaed not be dLccivccL-ADVT. '•'. - ... -. ' S, ., tIEW IDEA . Any rcspoctoblo Berson can obtain im?d...

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MANUFACTURE OF COUNTRY GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886

M ANUFACTUR OF COUNTRY GENTLEMEN. The British country gentleman supplies the easy ideal to which the heir of the ducal house and the brand new proprietor must alike conform. Our modern pluto cracy is essentially aristocratic in its tendencies; whatever democratic senti ment it affects is amply satisfied by'all. careers being conditionally thrown open. Its chief concern is social aihbition. To 'achieve this, the commercial' magiiate is devoured by an inveterate passion 'for landed' property, compared with which the" land-hunger Mr. Gladstone. imaginatively attributes to the Celt is like water unto wine. The possession of land is synony mous in public opinion with respectability., It is a prejudice which gratifies the innate' dolidity of the English character. The architect of his' own fortunes who wishes to enter the charmed circle is ne cessarily: circumscribed in his 'choice of counties. The distant north and west. have no attractions for him; his eye is fixed on one of the home co...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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