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THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. The minute of the Mayor to the alder men pointing out the inconveniences which would arise if the rates were re duced, as agreed to at the meeting held on Tuesday, was read tothe financeocommittee of the council yesterday and ordered to be rmnted. Alderman Chapman gave notice that he would at the pext meeting move that the water rate be 4s. per room in stead of 8s., and Alderman Kipp?r also ex pressed his intention to move that the sewerage rate of 4d. be rescinded with a view of making it 6d. The minute of the Mayor being of such importance, and as the latter portion of it was only obtainable in time for our third edition, the whole of t will be found in an inner page of this issue. it is now understood that no vote of want of confidence will bbe moved against the Robertson Government on the first day of the next session of Parliament at least none that has at present been sanctioned by the members of the Opposi. tion as'a body. If thenow Administtion are to be ch...
THE PERSIAN CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
THE PERSIAN CAPITAL. 'lte press, capital of Persia owes its portnnceo to fact that it was mnIade /3o, seat n ,l ta,.Oor'nment by Shah Age Mol~lnrl, tel0 dynastyi of 'the Chajilrs, about a h?Yof vteao r s ago. TeherAn (the circumflex is uscu : this article, to. mark the accents, in proper names) is an old city; it was called by Pietro do la Vallo the city of plane trees ; and.its well-ordered bazaars had a wide reputo in his time. But until it -became the capital it could not be considered in 'ny sense a rival of Ispahtln or Shiraz, or other important and ancient cities of Persia. The monarchs of the Khajdr dynasty have been men of ability and en terprise, and their capital, from being a small, comparatively unknown town, has become one of the most flourishing and active cities in the East, with a growing population of nearly two hundred thou sand souls. Although it possesses few such noble examples of ancient. architeo ture as one finds at Ispahbn, yet a sketch of Teherdn will give ...
GENT'S SILVER WALTHAM WATCHES, In Hunting or Open Face, with Crystal Glass. KEYLESS WINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
GENT'S. SILVER WALTHAM WATCHES,: In Hunting or Open Face, with Crystal Glass. KEYLESS WINDERS. No. 1.--Seven Jewels, Stooeel Dalance, a sound, reliable timekeeper ... .2.10 .0 No. 2.-Seven Jewels, Steel Baanc, E. - E traheavy, full size cases, specially butlt for bo ushu .. ... 3 10 0 No. .--Soven Jewels, GoldBalauce. Very suporior finish. orflect time. No. 4.-Fujwolo rd. o.. 5.0 anse. Very e ghly flnilshed; 'sult. ablo for oextreme climaten... 315 0 No. 5.-Compeusatton . Balance Extra S Jewelled. In separato sotting I very superior movements ... 4.0.0 No. .-Throo.quartor Plate Hands, to set at- back, gold balance, seven 0 jewels .. ... 0, No. 7.-Three.quatr Plainte, Compenus. .tion Balnc, Full Jewoellod. Spe. ciallyrated .. . . 4,00
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. LONDON, JAN. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
Mhe following appeared.-last night in our TVhird Edition. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [IiUTxu's TILEnGRAM.J LONDON, 'JAN. 21. The Queen' opclied Parlianment to-day in person. The speech from the Throne agrees with the forcenst already telegraphed. I1cr Majesty stated that she had seen with deep sorrow the attempt which had been made ti&excito i'n Ireland hostility to the uanion witlhGreat Britain. Hor liajesty's -advise'r were retolvcd to oppoeo anything which should tend to disturb the union of the Empire and were convinced that they would receive the hearty support of Parliament and the people. They would spare no' effolrt to protect loyal Irish subjects in? the legal exercise of their rights, and secure their individual liberty.
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
S SHIPPING. VESSELS TO, ARtIVE AT qYDNEY, EXCLV; 8IVE OF COASTERS AND INTER ' COLONIAL VESSELS. Nanme moa lig.. Ton. Wheoro Date of n'go From. ailig. Abblo Carver bqo .,, 0321 oston ,.. Oct.15 Agnes Osoalde, oh - Shr p ... Nov. Amalfi, ss . 1031 lHalmrg ... Nov.b 1 hmoy, sh 0 Livorpool Nov. 7 lcinous, ondon . Nov Austral, O.S.S 5381 Plymouth ... Joe Aldcrgrove, sh - Iondon agorton,s - London Astralia, on - 'r Friso Dc 1 Aeroaanu, -as Lndon Dc 23 Bombay o - odon.o ritieh Isles, h 2891 Lodon lccphlmo a 1192 at Adlaid .Nov 11 Californiq 705 Pt Gamlcblo Candidn, sic .. -- London Cpe Clear, o - Liverpool Cp Conori, s , l - London. Cerro Allegro, - Charete Chollerton, n. 1731 Londo' .:Nov. 0 Cityof Boeh, al - London C fCorit - Lodo Nov 11 C soo bqo * , :1189 Pt Blakoley Untty lark, oh .- London Cunioro, bqo ... ... - Antwrp ...Oct 11 Cyviehrooh CoStlo, oh - Londos Cthrt, ah - Loendon Nov 2 olrnu, ss Loon Sno'o slc, ..l - liddleshoro' Oct. Eaton Hall. eh. ., 1770 Liverl]ol Oct 2 Elizabeth,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
For Sale. --OUR-ACRE FA?n S FOR £60. BERKSHIRE PARK, RIVERSTONE, 28 Miles from Sydney. 'Free .Passes to inspect. .Deposit, £5 (five pounds); Balance, £2 (two pounds) per month. NO. INTEREST. Immediate possession given. Bonus, £2000. -Further particulars from PHILLIPS and CO., 32, Castlereagh-street. 'For thedeonvenience of parties who are en gaged in business during the day, the oclte'?will be kept open between7 p.m. and 9 p.m.-'EVERY NIGHT. P R. HOLDSWORTH,' House,; Land, * Estate and Commission Agent, 68, First Floor, Royal Arcade, Pitt-street, near School of Arts. O R T-H RS H O.R E.' LAND FOR SALE. . E. HARNETT,' 810, GEORGE-STREET. f;IHE FAIRFIELD LAND AND .I BUILDING COMPANY; LIarrzTD. A few Shares still OPEN for Allot ment. Calls, ls. per month. 'Prospectus and views of estate on application, C. J. FACHE, Managing Director, 1 and 2, Montague Chambers, corner of Elizabeth and Hunter streets.. flOSFORD 'RAILWAY STATION. -?? 15s. a month will Buy an Allotment of SOft. frontage. ...
CLEARANCES—JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
CLEARANCES-Jnxunsn 23. Toknpo (s.), 2,56 tons, Calptniu J. Andoron, foer Wollington, I.ytteltoln, and Port ,Callnors ]p.n. Helen Nicoll (s.), 400.tons, Captaiun It. A. Fruaor, for Clarenco River p.mn. Brunswick (s.), 173 toln, Cnaptain J. Bonson, for Manclny River p.nm. ILichnm?,l (s.), 20 tons, Captain D. Alley, tor Bielniond River 7 pI.n. Corca, G0. non?, Captain J. T. Dttrroll, foar Thrsdnpy Inland 1 p,m.
UNDER A CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
UNDOR A CLOUD. "Is your pa at home, little girl P" !!Yes,' iir, do. you wish to see him P" "Yes." " But you won't know him if you do see himn " ".Why, what's tie mattorP" "Well, you seo, out in the country on our farm, a man and his wvife got fighting, and pa he tried to stop them." " Oh, indeed l" " Yes, you'd better call again, you wouldn't know pa now."
DEPARTURES—JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
DEPARTURES-Jarrrranr 23. Kaonoownrra (s.), 609 tone, Captati J. Tozor, fotr fnrlyboroug h, lrisbano andl Rockhaampton. Nemcsis (s.), 1332 tolns, Captain W. F. Donry, for MIelbourne. Qairang (s.), 1160 tonsa, Captain ItR, Armstrong, for Melbournl. 'Wentworth (s.), 050 ions, Cnptain Dalliatgr, for Drisbano and Northern ports. Queen of ithe Snoha s.), 190 tousn, Captaiu I. Woo?n, for Rich?onda Rvcr.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
£.5000.-First Annual Sale of Gold and i Silver Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, &c. 30s 1 good value for 1; all new Christmas clesigns. Everybody can afford to givo a present by purchasing of the enterprising, firm of N. Bolrchardt and Co., watch ?akers, jewellers, and silversmiths, 728s George-street, corner Campbell-street. [An vr.] [Ask for Dynson lro.'s aoosebcrry Jam,--rADvT Bookseller. E. R. COLE, 384, CEORGE-STREET. FOR VALENTINES. C?OLE'S BOOK ARCADE, For Literary Works. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, For Novels of allKinds. COLE'S OO1300K ARCADE, For Albums abd Work Boxes. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, For Diaries. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, Foir Aerount Books. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, For Ledgers and Day Books; COLE'S BOOK ARCADE,. For Note-paper. and Envelopes;: COLE'S BOOK ,ARCADE, For English Newspapers. COLE'S BOOK. ARCADE, For American Journals. COLE'S. BOOK ARCADE, For Low Prices. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, 884, Oeorge-streot. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, Beiween King-street and G.P.O. COLE'S BOOK ARCADE, To spe...
SHIPPING. High water, Sydney Cove, this day, 10.48 p.m. ARRIVALS—JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
SHIPPING. Hgh wateor, Sydney Coro. tid tany, 10,48 14m1 ARRIVALS-Jonruly 22. Caino I(s.), 425 tons, Captain Thomnas Boyd from clfanst (Vio.), 18th not. Pascongers: Mr. and Mrs. rorguson. Ii. Clark, ngenl..' Manl;ogaon, bqe., 114. tons, Captain A. C. Poulson from Drammn?, Soptambor 225. Passongors: Mrs. Dawson Mrs. toulsnon and 2 children, Mr. Paus. J. C. Elli, ncnt. Manroon, INlq., 301 tons, Captain Cummingn, roam New Brtnitin, )ocaotmer 2. Four pn?ncngors. SItoldswortatl and Co,,ngcnts.
BELMORE VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
BELMORE VEGETABLE MARKET. The business done at the Belmore Vegetable Market this morning was not, very extensive. Supplies wore small, prices stiff, and competition keen. Fol lowing aro the ruling quotations :-Rhnu barb, 2s. to 2s. 6d. per dozen bundles; celery, Gs. to Gs. per dozen bundles; car rots, Is. to sl. Gd: per dozen bundle; turnips, 2s. to 28. Gd. per dozen bundles; yaranips, Is. 6d. to 2s. per dozen bundles ; cabbages, 4s. to 8s. per dozen ; lettico, Os. to Is. per dozen ; cucumbers, 2s. to 2s. Gd. per dozen: redish, Gd. to 8d. per dozen bunches; pumpkins, 5s. to 10s. per dozen; tomatoes, 2s. Gd. to 3s. Gd. per case; onions, 10s. to 12s. per cwt. ; peas, 8. to 10s. .per bushel; beans, 2s. to 2s. Gd, per,. bushel. The North Pole, of course, 'is just a liable to be spoken of disrespectfully as the equator is. Still less than the equator is it able to set itself right when it is tra duced through folly or malice, for it lia' no acquaintances, whatever may be the number of it...
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. ,Banquet to lion. D. O'Connor, ?.P., Town Hall, Intercolonial Cricket Match, Association Ground, Rosobill laeCn. Torpedo ifle Clob ShootlnR Mntohen. Volunteer Artillery Club Shootinog Itches. anval Artillery muster for target practice, 1.45. School of Arts lecture, "Under the Northern Ligobts." 'by o. it. E. Tydotoan. feeoting Horwood'l lHotel. 3aulkhtm Htlls, ro Droken.lack lBridgo Tollbar, 8. Distribution of rizers Dalmain Swimming Club, Town tall, 8. Weot Wonl, Ilorough of Leibhlmdt, Mr. M'Cracken ddresseas electors, Imperial feotol, Servico Y.M.C.A. Hall, oRev. A. A. Datltt, 7,30. Theatre RoySl l, CindorcUn.," Now Oler 'Iouse, "Queen's Evidence." Gaiety Thoetre, "The GreoeLanesn of England.' Academy of Musato, Foedoeral Minstrcls, now pro. gramme. Almnml ra Variety and Specialty Union. Protestant linall, Cottlors' People o' Concert. Olympic, Opora, "Bohointl u Girl." austrnllnu Wauw0rko. open frotm 10 nm,. ?I1 oSl0t al Gredons, concert. SFoloy's Athleticl Hall, ...
R.A.O.B. ELECTION OF GRAND PRIMO. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
R.A.O.B. ELECTION OF GRAND PRIMO, (To the Editor of the Globe.) •S?ii,-.With reference to the report of the above in your issue of Thursday last, and in reply to your correspondent " Fair Play' in to-day's issue, allow me ns one liho was present during the whole of the election to congratulate you on the correct ness of your report, and to deny the second sentence of your correspondent's letter. A more popular candidate was never brought forward than Mr. IIains, who since joining the Order has donehis best to bring it under the notice of the general public, whilst at the sonme time a iiore rigorous observer of the rules and consti tution does not exist. Seeing that Mr. lenins was nominated by the leading lodge in Sydney, the "A malgamated,"w ho number in their ranks upwards of 500 members, including all the leading lights of Buffaloism, as also by the "IKaiser Wilhelm Loge." I fail to see the justice of your correspondent's remarks that "this shows how popular he is in Sydney." It i...
MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
SMELBOURNE. (earno oe own coN nnEsRPONDENT.)' MELBOURNE, JANUARY 22. The Liberal party now stands pledged to support Mr. Gillies. Five years ago,:if any one had suggested that such a cir cumstance was humanly possible, he would hlave been impaled on the horn of Radical resentment. But the history of politics is but another name for the record of meta morphoses, and if a number of gentlemen like to combine to ensure their own political effacement, who shall stay them. Of course it all depends upon the men who will come into the now combination. As one of the expectant Ministers said to me the other day when I told him the Gillies chaperoned team would nob last four months-"If we can only get good men at first, we might be able to hold out -for eight." But so far this is not on the cards. The "case" is nearly as large as the House. Overtures have been made to Mr. Patterson to come in and carry on the next coalition; and have been sternly rejected. Mr. Mirams, who is growing stout, on ...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
MUNICIPAL; COUNCIL. MANLY. A meeting of this Council was'held at the Chambers last night. There were present His Worship the Mayor; Aldermen Evans, Smithers, Weekes, fDarker, "and 'Hilder. A .circular from the Board of Health, 'suggesting means for'the preven tion of cholera, was ordered to be laid upon, -theo table. From Alderman Hilder; con .gratulating the Mayor on the 'manner in .whichi. he received the Governor on the occasion of his visitinhg Manly, and trust ing "his 'colleagues would show their i'apreciationi of the genbiral gobd work `done by the Mayor during his year of office by re-electinghim to.fill the Mayoral chair. Alderman. Barkes sent in his' resignation. On' the mitiolh of Alderman. Smithers 'seconded .by Alderman' Weekds, it 'was adcepted: Alderian Mlilder sent- in 'his 'resignation, on the' motion of Alderman Smothers, seconded by Alderman Evans, it 'wps. -also saccepted. The Mayor took occasion to express the satisfaction of the Council' atthe eficient' manner ...
AFFAIRS IN SERVIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
AFFAIRS IN SERVIA, ;We have received the following comr intinication from an authoritativel Servian source :-The state of piarties in Servia is this. The Radicals are Panslavs and out and-out partisans of Russia. The so-calldd` Liberals, of whom M. Ristics is the head, are pro-Russians when: in opposition, but trimmers from patriotism when in office. lThe Progreesists, who actually govern the country, side with. Austria. In home questions these parties represent various degrees of Liberalism, but there is afourth party,whoarsConeervativesinname and in essence, and whose most. eminent member is M. Marinovics, the Servian .Envoy at Paris, while MI. Nicholas Christics has the credit of embodying in its most energetic form the Conservative'' principal, of authority. On the whole, this.last party, which recruits itself principally among the bureaucracy, is composed of statesmen and public functionaries esplring above all to be considered what the French call hoineses do governsment as ad...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERN. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIIENCE. BEDFEEN. FanDer, JANuARY 22. :(Before Mr.M. Fisher, D.S.M) LANGUAGE. - Maria Wilson for using obscene language in Wyndham-street, was fined -£1- or one month:. Madelini St. Leger, alias Blair, suffered in the same amount .for a similar offence, and Agnes Dillon for using indecent language was fined £2 or two months. . REAaND.-Michael John Hayes, charged with htealing a box of. cigarettes and two cigarette holders, valued at 32a. 6d., the property of Eigar Thirkettle, was re manded to the Central, bail allowedin one euriety of £20. STEALNd:--James Higginbotham was charged with stealing a gold watch and five pair of earrings, valued at £7 Se., the property of Charles Coleman. The pri soner was arrested in Wells-street. The prosecutor lives in Garden-street, Alex andria, andhis wife stated-that on Decem ber 23 she returned to her home in the afternoon, after an absence of about a quarter of- an hour, and found -the front and back doors open. Going to a bedroom the ...
COUNTRY NEWS. MARENGO, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. (FROK OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) MARENGO, JAN. 19; Threshingis in full swing. The average is very much better,than expected, -going from fifteen to twenty bushels to the acre. I have to chronicle the. deaths of two very old residents of this district. Mr. John Lenane, aged : 82, died on .Sunday, the 10th inst., and Mr. Wilson, aged 76, died on Saturday, the 16th. Both were associated with Marengo in the good old days; and were very much respected.. Our worthySenior-constable Mr. Colgan, is far from being himself. The doctor~in forms him he must -keep very quiet for' some time, as his brain is disturbed' through the.severe 'fall he received 'some two weeks ago, which Ireported in mylast. The horse thatbucked with Mr. Colgan has been handed over to our new constable Mr..Griays) to see if he can quieten it; 1E 9 Pinyda 14 it bolted for .early-. a mile with hun. Our Oddfellows' sports are drawing near. Their programme is a veryliberal one, and likely to bring good fields for...