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THE MARAROA'S MAILS. LONDON, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

THE MARAROA'S MAILS. [CBUTEn'S TELEGRAM.] LONDON, JAN. 20. -The -statement previously tele graphed from. San Francisco that the Australian mails were missed by the Union Steamship Company's Mararoa is denied, the mails having been duly forwarded by that steamer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE ARE THE POLICE? (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

WHERE ARE. THE POLICE? (To the Editor of the Globo.) Sir,-I regret to have to refer to a practice that is becoming too prevalent at Glebe Point among a number of youths and young men. Latterly, on Sunday morning, a. number of these young people assemble at the foot of Ferry-road, Forsyth-street, and Glebe road, where they undress and bathe;, adding insult to injury by the gross obscenity of their language.. One day last week I was at the wharf at the end of the Glebe-road waiting for the steamer plying to Erskine-street. A - lady was also. waiting, when a number of youngsters, whose ages ranged from 11 to 15 years, came to the spot, and without the slightest reserve divested themselves of their clothing and jumped into the water, one being left on the bank in charge of the clothes in case a policeman slh.uld make his appearance. When these young scamps were spoken t? about their disgraceful conduct.the language they in dulged in was shocking in the extreme. I am aware that t-ohepoli...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND. JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

THE GOVERNMENT OF .:' IRELAND. [REITER's' TELEGRAM.J . JAN..20. Last night, in,.the Iouso.o# Lordsj the Marquis of Salisbury stated that the government of Ireland would bd virtually entrusted to the Chief Sec rotary, Mr. "W. II. Smithl Her Majesty's Government would .act promptly on the receipt of his report as to the condition of affairs. The address in reply to thoe Queen's speech was formally voted. In the lIouse of Commons last night, Mr. Gladstone declared that he fully adheres' to his recent political manifesto with regard to the govern ment of Ireland. lIe deplrecated the postponement of the introduction of local self-goverltment, and advised a patient. hearing of the Parnollite de mands. Mr. Parnell oexpressed his belief that he was right in saying that if autonomy were once conceded to Ireland it would not bh difficult to settle the dofails, and at the same time secure the integrity of the Empire :with /a due regard to the rights of the minority. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach gav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

Business Notices. THE "BEALE " HIG:H' AR'M PATENIT SEWING MACHINE. 3BUILT TO SPECIAL PLANS NDER 'PERSONAL SUPERVISION BEALE AND COMPANY after many years experience in the SEWING MACHINE TRADE, observing that all Machines hitherto intro dnuced to the publio were capable of great improvements, determined after con sniting the most competent judges and: experts, that their Principal should pro seed to Europe, and there get a Machineo built that should embody their views and, thoroughly .satisfy the needs of the: Australian people. 'As the result they now have the pleasure to offer the / "BEALF" HIGH-ARM PATENT MACHINE. A single trial of which must convince th imost seeptioal of its vast Superiority over all previous efforts in SEWING MACHINE MECHANICS.' It possesses all the Newest Improve ments of value; and is suited to a vast orange of work. NOTHING 'IS TOO THICK AND iEAVY, NOTHING 'TOO LIGHT =AND DELICATE FOB THE I BEA:. M AC I N'E. IT WILL .:REM, FELL, DO CREWEL WORK, . EMBROIDERY,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMUS,. (Foss OUR OWN COIRRESPDNDIENT.) MELBOURNE, Tns8 DAY. Ahi Noon, Chinese,has developed lunacy in the camp at Golden Point, Ballarat. He threatens to kill opium smokers if they do not find the devil for him, and has iri sulted the Joss. The report that the new steamer Nirararoa, belonging to the Union Steamn ship Co. of New Zealand loft San Fran cisco ;for Auckland, without the mails is unfounded. Another wealthy. landowner, the lion. W.. Robertson, will become an absentee; lie informed his committee last night that lie could not again contest the seat for the Assembly as he would shortly proceed to Europe. The Rev. Dlam, Wesleyan missionary at lHeytesbury, State Forest, has been to Warrnambool with disteossing accounts of the sufferers by the late fires, and tho calamity is greater than at first supposed. .Many selectors have been ruined; and thel families are living 'amongst the ruins in the bush. The smell from the dead animals is overpowering. The Rev. Ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHILD OF THE AGE. CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

A CHILD OF THE AGE. CHAPTER III.-- ontinued. Perhaps you would favour us with the conclusions at which your wisdom has arrived," he observed with forced self-command. "With pleasure." But just as he had raised his head to speak, Harold met a pair of blue eyes fixed im ploringly upon him. He understood what they meant, and resolved to ignore his father's sarcasm. "I am afraid,", he said, suddenly checking himself, " that our views are so widely divergent that discussion would only arouse ill-feeling, and moreover, be profitless." "Alh, indeed, I expected that," was his father's mocking reply. " Whore arguments would fail, cowardice comes to the rescue." There was a moment of painful silence, and it was a relief when some body had the kindness to choke, whereupon his neighbour gave him a slap on the back, thereby giving a pre text for much forced hilarity. Harold meanwhile had risen and left the table. His wife, to whom his move mont was unexpected, also half rose from her chair, but ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

ANNUAL [NOO?1 EXCEEDS ONE MILLION. ASSURA HUWLN . RENTS INSURED. rst-class DWELLINGS EIT?ETENPENIC PER £100 LIGHTNING:&;GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. : S F-.O B7 .l BRISBANE WATER , STEAM BETWEEN SYDNEY AND GOSFORD. The steamer CHARLOTTE FENWICK leaves PATENT SLIP WHARF At 8.80 a.m.7 and No.'2 JETTY, Circular QOnay, 'at 9 a.m. daiy eaving GOSFORD, on the Riturin Trip, at 2 p.m, giving passengers aboutttwo hoursiu &osforu, angglanding them in Sydney about 5 p.m. Special Trips on Saumulays at Excursion Rates. Leaving the Patent Slip Wharf at 8.30 a.m., calling at Darling.street, Bnlmnain, and No. 2 Jetty, Circular Quay, at 9a.m. OSPORD, BRISBANE WATER. SPECIAL NOTICE. Ssupartered to run inommoation tion with th litin of the newis steameras wellforas the ownes of the ve passengers THE CHARLOTTE PENWIC he PRINCESS will leave Patent Slip Wharf dily COHFOWDE BAISBANE WTERB. ithnd a iew to ooed) at the irasing trm., ad Non2 Jetty, Cireular QSuyoat 2p.m., returning ...

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THE EARL OF ROSEBERY IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

THE EARL OF ROSEBERY IN GLASGOW. A Liberal demonstration was held last night in Glasgow in connection with the return of the seven Liberal candidates for the representation of the city. -The Earl of Roseobery, who occupied the chair, was received with loud and prolonged cheering. He said,-I am notsure that I ought tobo here at all. A. friend of mine told me at dinner that I was open to very serious animadversion for attending. .Ho said that a peer has no right to interfere in elections, and, that;. therefore, I have no right-to be in Glasgow on this occasion. But they forget that I, unlike some peers, never visit these battlefields till the com bat is over. I come like the vulture (laughter)-or, if you will allow me to suggest- a comparison more'agreeable to my own vanity, I come like a tourist who comes' to inspect the scene of a great victory. (Hear, hear.) The Tories are quite right to rebuke me for coming to see thescene of a great victory. They are more wise in their generation...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

An Englishman desirous of achieving famo by nmaking a dangerous' ascent in the Alps imust feel' that he is somewhat in adequately compensated, after all, by the announcement in nearly all the newspapers in the, world that the perilous feat in question was accomplished by" an English man of the name of Carter." Still, that is not so-bad as it would be were the conditions such as to warrant the news papers in declaring that" the ascent was accomplished by " an Englishman of the name of Smith." A NEW IDEA. Any resletobllo person can obtain lmsnoi.te delivery of a GOLD or SILVER WATCH (gimses. teed frole, tso to so'esce ýor,), or gs:y DIAMOND, GOLD, or SILVER J.WEILEL Y, of the vary bestquality, at tho USUAL CASH PlICES, oa lle a SMALL DE5'OSIT, anl weekly slsyInostsL for the baslsnc, uller mly TIME PAYMIENT Sy'tenl, which is registeedk for Now S'uthWVala,, -1. BIiAIIN, Wse1chuaker isl Jeweller, 37i, ?-Orgse-strret, sant Ui.i'.O.--CAacr. Many of the Canadian volunteers who were called u...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURN OF MAJOR-GENERAL RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

RETURN OF MAJOR-GENERAL RICHARDSON. Major-General Richardson, the comman dant of the Noew South Wales Force and the commander of the New South Wales Soudan Contingent, who has been on a trip to the East, returned to Sydney this afternoon by the P. and 0. Company's steamer Tasmania. Major General Richardson, who was accompanied by Mrs. and Miss Richardson, was met on bodrd and welcomed lby Colonel Wells, Sergeant - Major Williams,' Majora Norris, Taunton, and Blanchard, Lieu tenant C. B. Airey, Captain Bartlett and a few private friends and relations. After a few congratulatory speeches, an adjournment was made to the saloon, when the health of Major-General Richard son and his family was enthusiastically drunk. Colonel Wells, on behalf of himself and and brother oflicers, in a brief address of welcome, expressed the pleasure of all present in once more meeting their comrn mandant. Major-General Richardson, who ap peared highly pleased witli his flattering reception, thanked them all...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

COUNTRY TELESRAMS. (FRoas OUR OWN .CORRESI'ONDENTP,) NEWCASTLE, Tins DAT. The inquest on John Atkinson was resumed yesterday. The evidence of Alfred Grett;the ibaikssnan, sidishristian Neilson, a miner, fully corroborated the previous testimony. After deli berating half an hour, the jury returned a verdiot ,that deceased, John Atkinson, came by his death ac cidentally, caused by the over-winding of nih engine at. the sinking pit, in whichl he was working, but that there was no evidence to show 'thate tlheo was any neglect on the part of the engine-driver. The following rider was also added-" It is desirable for tihe Government to mnake it imperative on all proprietors Sof sinking shafts to have their poppet heads .10. feet from the landing, and to provide them with a patent detaching safety. hook- for the safety of the ,men employed at the sinking shafts; also that an indicator be attached to all .engines when carrying out work of a similar character." The' Hamilton public school ni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

AMUSEMENTS. The Theatre Royal still pins its faith on the success of "Cindrella," and the pretty pantomime runs with a smoothness that adds additional charms to it. The trans formation scene and the harlequinade are the delight of tile crowds of young people who flock nightly to the Royal. The sensational drama, "Queen's Evi dence," in which Mr. J. L. Hall has a rile that suits him admirably, is well patronised. Miss Blanche Lewis and Miss Maggie Knight do well in their respective parts. So far no hint. of a change of bill has been given, and if as good houses collect in the Opera House dnring the coming week, there will be little likelihood of any alteration for some time to come. "The Green Lanes of England" which has' been runmng at the Gaiety to crowded houses since Boxing night and has proved another success scored the Dampier management since they have had their head quarters in Castlereagh-street. Mr. Dampier as Gentleman George and Miss Myra Kemble as Margaret Wheatstone, ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCHINVAR RACES. WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

LOCHINVAR RACES. W EST M TL.,AND.', The oundermentioned imposts .were de. clared this evening for the races to, come off at:Lochinvar on Anniversary Day i '::FLYIe l scNDICAP--6 furlongs. atlb atlb Ialtoad.. ' 8121 AIricar1 ... 7 . Carryowen 711 Grta .... 7 1 Boomerang 7 8 Thunderbolt e , 12 Blacktar . ..rl7 7 Forestor ,e ... 12 Ciesio . 7 5 Myrtle ., e6 "LOCnINVAto HAusDICA P-ld mile. I aiteand ... .. 8 ' Cisslo .. . 7.. 1 Garryowen ... 7 .7i African . 70 0 Boomerang .. 7 4 Forester ...... 8 iBlacklstar ... .. 7' i [Mr: 0. Terrill, the. rabbit' inspector of the, shire (says the Portldand Mirror), has I fournished us with the following particulars orespecting the method of phosphorisin. tdats for th destruction of rabbits. Boil eight gallons of water in a perfectly clean veseol (a tin' one preferrod)and add one pound of phosphorous. Keei p the weater boilingfor 20 minutes and stir continually. Then add 31b. of white sugar and 801b. of oats, and lot the mixture simmer until the oats ...

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

POLICE INTELLIOENCE. CENTRAL. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.L.) SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. RIoToUS. - Alexander Bruce, David Moroney, and John O'Heir were each charged with riotous behaviour in Campbell-street. Bruce and O'Heir were sent to gaol for seven days, Moroney being fined 40s. or fourteen days. Edward Mahoney and Edward Rinch were both fined 40s. or fourteen days for riotious behaviour in Devonshire-street at an early hour this morning. Robert Williams and William M'Farlane were both fined 20s. or seven days for being riotous in Glebe-street. BAD LANoAGOE.-Michael Taffy was fined.£3 or two months; Margaret Bruce, 40s. or one month; Cornelius Piggott and William Weston, 40s. or fourteen days. Four or five cases were remanded till oionday, the parties pleading not guilty, and the court's time being short.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRANNA PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

. 'TERRANNA PICNIC RACES. The second: day of the Terranna picnic races wat favoured by benitiful weather, and the attendance was again good. The results were'as follcw : LADIES' BRAOELi7T-1 mile. ' Icrs. A. Gibsou ns Deception, aged IGibsofc) .., 1 isjs Ethel Smith ns Husesar, agc?l I l R. Chah.'. . MSrs. Clshbolm nsEric agedl Acrarman) ..3 : T'Time, lmin. 55see. ,"ARGTLE; PLATE.-l mile and a distanog. -Youn c s Marmion (Iate Freethought) yre, list.: (BolttS). .... . .. Chisholm's Raleigh, nged, list., (Acreman) . ' T. B. Cbapmnn's Doctor, aged, llst. (Owner) ... 3 ,Time, 2min. 10 sec. S LADIES-MILE. Ceiin ham'ae Harold, list. 31 (Owner) 1 _nithftl's Defiance; 10t,- " '... . . . ; - Gibson's DecoptioniIlst 71b, (l Gibson) - ... a 3 - Won byihalf a length. Time, min. 1ieec, - PICNIC RACE?l mile. : Gibson's Wanda, list (Camabell Gibson)... ,, Shliepherd's Little Jee, list. (Acrana) ... .-.l Dalglish's Nevertire, 10st. 1llb. (Cacmigliam) 3 A 'tight race between Wanda ' and Little: Joe,...

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THE WOOD PAVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

THE WOOD PAVEMENTS. The following is the City Surveyor's report on the specifications for wood paving in Crown-street:-"Government tramways contract." The principle dif ferenco in the specifications of this depart ment and the above-named contract by the Engineer of Tramways is as under: Our practice for ganging concrete is to specify 6 to 1. The Government pro. portion is 7 to 1, and the contractor finds the cement, In this department the Council provide the material, which is not stinted. The floating is specified at 8 to 1, whereas we have it 2 to 1. As it is essential that the floating "set"as quickly as possible to prevent tlie traffle being unduly interfered with this is of im portance. No reference is made as to the. number of "mixings" the cement and aggregate should have, we insist on at least two "turns" dry and two set. The beds. of blocks as well as ends should be tarred. The joints should be I inch and not I as specified. It would be well if English pitch run (as is our...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 23, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

WIND AND WEATHER REPORT.I January 23,0 a.m. SYDNEY.--S.W.,cloudy, thermomote 71 hto shade. ALnuy.--S.E., fine, lot. IBALLIA.--CIm, ,cloudy, smootlh so53. BInnsuuoxr.-E., flno, sea smooth. DATEmAN'S BAf.-CaIm, fnlue, sea smooth. [ELLINOER HEADS-S., flue, soea smooth. CLAnsENCE HEnA.Ds.-S., fine, sea smooth.I CAOE IHawuE.-Calm, fIlno, sea smooth. EcDE.--N.E., cloudy. sea modeeate. GAono ISLADr.--Calm, flnoe, sea smooth. OneroN.-Calm, cloudy. . .: GnEENu CAPE.--.E., flneo. sea smooth; JERvIS BAY.-S.W., clotsey, sea smooth.! IOIASA.-S.E., flue, sea smooth. acLEO?T HEAnoS.--N.E., fine, sea smooth. IIAITLAND.--Calm, fine. warm ILANNINO HEAsD.-N.E., filue, sea moderate. MouuYA HEAsS.--N.E., fine, sea smooth. NaMnncCnA IHEADS.-Calm, floe, sea smooth. NEWCASTLE.-S., flue, sea smooth. Pont MAcQUAnIn.-S.W., fine, sea moderate. PonT STEruENs.-S.W?,, flno, seaIsmooth. SEaL eoes.--W., flne, sea smooth. SouTs HEA.-S.S.W, cloudy sea smooth. Tsnna.--N.E. foe, sea smuooth. ULLADULLN E.--E. fine, sea ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

The Duchess of Connaught's accouohe ment is expected at the beginning of March. Possibly, when that event is happily accomplished, her Majesty's veto on the Duke's being sent to India may ho withdrawn. Ask for Dyason Bros's. Apple and Lomon Tam. Ask for Dyason DBre's, Strawborry and Goose. berry Jam,-Ar. -. Ask for Dyaaou Dfro. pech Jam.-rADVTT. IWOLF'eR SoloHrra.-It etands alone liko the on0 Alewuder without a risol,-Anyr. Public Noti4ds. F RlATER NITY MUTUAL IMPS. Meet at Batunann's Cafe, Pitt-eteet, usual hour. H, SKINNER, A. P. BALMAIN SWIMMING CLUB. Thoe prizes won at the late Annual Sports will be handed over to the success ful competitors, in the Town Hall, Balmain, to-night, Saturday, at 8 p.m., by iMrs. Percy Jones. The President (Hon. J. Garrard) will preside. J. O'TOOLE,. Hon. Sec.

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AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

AQUATICS. - 26. National Regatta. Entries close January 30. Smith's Handicap Trophy lace. Woolloomooloo Bay Iegatta, 30. Double Bay Amateur Sailing Club FEnuranoY. 6. Light Skiff Iace for Youths, Wdolloomoo'Ba 10guinea trophy) - 27. Pyrmont Regatta. Ancir: " 20;'Balmain Annual Regatta. nOYAL BDNY'? YCIIT s?ADRON.o. SSeeond.elass race, prize £25 January 23, First-class race, prize £35, Jn0uary 30. Commodore's prize, £50, February 6. " SYDNE ANATEUI BAILING CLUB. The following is the.progrnme of the rmos to be sailed during season 105-.86:-- . January 23.-Open boats, 22 feet; open boats, 20 feet. February 6:;-Half.decked boats over 25 feet'; lalf.deeked boats, 22 feet. ' : ebruary 20.-Hurry.skrry rae for open boats do. do., for half-decked boats. ' Hnrch 6.-Hnlf.decked boats, ovel.. .fdot and not exceeding 25 feet; half.dooked lebtss, 20feot oad under. ' a ; u-pon . -to March 20.-Open boats, 20 feet; open boats, 19 feet. * April 10.-Half.decked boat; 20 feet and undes; open boats, 22 ...

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ADELAIDE. JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886

ADELAIDE. JANAsyV. 18. Tie commission appointed to conduct the necessary arrangements for the represen tation of South Australia, at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, to be hoeld in London in May next, have almost brought to a termination their labours. So far over 1000 packages of exhibits have been shippedto England, and the balancois being forwarded as fast as the articles come to hand. Although we feel confident that we shall make a good display, yet we are a little disappointed at finding that the Ex hibitioni has not received that sup port from the people which was reasonably expected. If greater local interest had been taken in it a better representation of our resources would have been secured. The public depart ments of the colonylare large contributors; if they were not South Australia would have cut a sorry figure. The Surveyor General, the Government Geologist, the Conservator of Forests, the Director of the Museum, the Governors of. the Public Library, the City Counci...

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