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CANSDELL v. M'CAFFREY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
CANSDELIatv. M'CAFF1EY. A match for £.25 a-side took place last night in Foley's Athletic Hall, between; Canedell, the popular instructor of Foley'si gymnasium, and M'Caffrey, a recent arrivali from America, and a pupil of the late: master wrestler Whistler. It was generally believed that the contest was to be in the': GrEaco-Eoman style, but such was not the s case, for it was decided in two bouts in the! catch-as-catch-can style and one in tlhe Cumberland. By 8 o'clock the halll was well crowded, and after a few minutesi delay a couple 'of boxers kindly gave the' audience a test of their quality. The two' wrestlers now 'came into the ring, and were well received. M'Caffrey scaled O1st. 41b. (41b. above his usual wrestling weight), and Cansdell O1st. 101b., being a few pounds heavier than when : he met M'Caffrey last time. The ever-popular Foley watched proceedings on behalf of. Cansdell, and the well-known wrestler Connors watched the interests ofM'Caffrey, while MIr. Turnbull off...
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
S SPORTING TOPICS. The noaction of the .stewards (says As modeus) in permitting General Jackson to un in the lturdle Rase at Caulfield witie out carrying a penalty has been the sub ject of considerable discussion. It was plainly set out in the conditions of the Box ing day programme that "the winner of any andicap race after the declaration of the weights to carry 5ib. extra'" On what rotsds, therefore, the stewards relieved General Jackson of his penalty by winning at Elsternwick after the declaration of the weights I am at a loss to mknow. There is nothing in the rules of raciing to warrant such an excess of powers. It is some mht fortunate that General Jackson did not win, inasmuch as the owner of the second horse would have had an excellent action at law with a certainty of obtaining a verdict. I fail to conceive how a presumedly well informed racing body like the stewards of the V.A.T.C. could have committed such a stupid error -an error in direct contravention to their own spe...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. The Wharf Labourers' Union is making great preparations for its annual picnic on the 14th instant. Next to the Eight-Hourns parade; the procession and demonstration of the Wharf. Labourers is the largest and most successful held in Sydney, and if they are but favoured with fine weather, this year is likely to prove no exception to the rule. 'A specialattraction on this occasion will be the unfurling for the first time of the new banner, recently manufactured and painted at a cost of nearly £90 by MIessrs. Palmer and Weeokes. There will also be the usual allegorical representations of the patrons of navigation, commerce, and industry, withl a magnificent display of bnnting and bannerettes. Amongthe sports provided will be a regatta, inwhich there is likely to be some good contests among crews connected with the union and kindred bodies. The sports held in connection with the celebration of the 18th anniversary of the Highland Society of New South Wales will be donti...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
NOTES AND COMMENTS. It does not much matter to Now South Wales who sits at the Federal Council. Still the announcement reads oddly that Western Australia will be represented at the Federal Council to be held at Hobart next month by the Hen. J. G. Loe-Steere, a member of the Legislative Coain cil and Executive Council of that colony. To be a member of the Legislative . Concil of Western Australia ihas not hitherto been held to be any very mighty distinction. So far as the Federal Council is concerned, however, the vote of a gentleman holding no higher .distinction will swamp that of the Premier of Victoria. This could hardly have been the kIind of thing aimed at when Victoria went in for federation so hotly, but the authors of the device 'are not the first persons who have aimed at a pigeon and broughs down a crow. The Adustralasia, which is kind enough to take 'sniuch interest .in our affairs, con siders that a revision of the Land Bill, taking half the year to effect and giving at ...
THAT TERRIBLE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
" HAT TEBIurDLE:BOY. : Oh soulet tlsoo ayron gi?ants in those ourwn wdys, ircatgiointstotgrowl, 'OefIoefum!i' ., I'dsummon onulsow and I'd tbid hIia to gazq. On that terriblo boy withdarm. . " Fe-fo.fu rl. That nbotey with thte ble dru I . In night tihe in day; as he asses a hlong, The terrible hey onlhis trun a Herp banging away andi is o eir t t o ing' IdAnay thatthce:vilnl~id eomol. i o ,p, -r s, ishllkthatdrun I)?' i- th Ie'ds ay thatthe devilload come .. , th Why don'( thoy' grds4 giants awall nbow as thon? Great giants teroctol and grum;'-"" Who'd dng off this boy to hwit isu ~a r toheir Thi eoy with lia torrile drum,. ' Fe~fo.fumi ' Tihia terrible boy with a detun I. The lately born infanta of Spain, M\Iaric Ysabel, slecpsnin a cradle shaped like a cbnch-shell, and lined with 1lo pink.satin. Her tiny fomn is covered, wifli, poinu d'Alenecon lace, in which the armns of Spain andAustria are gractfullyblended. Six grandces are constantlyin attenda'icowith brushes, pins, etc., to...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
THE MAILS. -Sails will be mado up at the General Post Ofieo for the undermentioned places as follows:-, Toas Dla. SE7I oA0nN, overlantl .. . lm. Aussalsu, overlasnd,via~relao uo 71p.m. Jo0DAUT 050 LoUoCrSTOS, overlaasd to 3lolbourne, snd thencopelr stacrmer 7p.m. !EuRIBRaoN ADD EIsEN, Oert e.. 11 a0. ttsLaINOa RItiEs, per hiosedalo .. .. 11 sasms uRISBANE AND SORTHERN POnrTS, p er arrbool ... . ... . 05 noon. InsuaoND os ow NOrRTIEhm Pona.Ts, por QirniRig... .... noon. Wll ,sciOas tvME. l er Tomki s . p.m. ]nlsnsNE, 'KowNS\'LLF.. COOsROwo, Tinussur IsNRrER, PORTS D.WIsws, jova, SI? ?I:s deIl nd IlOwohpon- her uthrl n . .. ...o3np.m. ronT Mcqou?rs, ?es vray ..y... 5 1,.s iKousre, :erSydiey . ..... 5 p.. ticinsoss stiRs: r sRitchmol .. .. ,s Op.m. FoNeOUTcA, per ver yaost ... o bl 8p.m. CXioEsICE IliaEn:, er Holes Nicoll 58pz.m. ?Oinor anid LescncsEsmN Vih Edes, Flossn ... . . .. ... 31 .m WEId.ooATO Din SOUTsERan Ptonrs or NuEw, ZEcaLoA, per W\Vastilu ... S31.ii. - Tvessar.~ fl sssos...
THEATRICAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
T:HEATRIdAL CORRESPON DENCE. The following correspondence wvas meannt, many :years ago, to ridicule,'by jea d'esprit, some bitter quarrels between tIhe managers of the two London theatres, and is stated to have had the effect of allaying them. Faithful copies of letters between Gop kinsiand Wild, prompters to the mono polies : Dear Wild,-For pity's sake, lend me a couple of conspirators for to-night. Recollect you have borrowed one of ours for a singing Druid, and ianother of our best is Doge of Venico, on Parker's resignation.-Entirely and devotedly yours, HOPKINS. Deuy-lane, Nov. 9. IMy dear Hopkins,--I have ordered them to look you out two of our greatest assassins, and I'll take care they shall go shaved. Pray tell Farren he must pay our Archbishop to morrow; we'll out the part that he may dress time enough for our General in the camp. Yours perpetually, WeILn. Covent Garden, Nov. 9. P.S.-If you have a full moon to spare I wish you'd lend it to us for Thursday. I send you some l...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. The Now York Sliy?inq List says:-Tho unprcoedontodly low pric aof copper in the mnarkots of the world has elicitod a good doal of disonussion as to the futuro of this metal. The condition of the industry in foreign coppor-producine countrios is far from favour ablo. The noew Suobrada mines in Venozuela are losing money, the MLansfleld mino in Gor mn ay assed its dividend last year, thie mines of Sapan may be able to pay interest on theoir honds, but there will bo nothing loft for a dividend. Australia, Chile, and other coun tries are no bettor off. The mines of Arizona and Montana are struggling hard to keelp theoir heads above water. A few of the Lake Superior mines can live with lake copper at 11 cents. The visible supply of fine copper of all doscriptions in England and France on the 1st of October was 45,315 tons, against 30,9901 taons at the same date last year. The stook of Chile copper in Liverpool and Swausoa on October 1 was 33,333 tons, against 23,259 tons in 1...
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
AGENTS FCR THE* "GLOBE.'L Tihe GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, or" fiftyr.six columns in all. Ittlus bemes THE L?.RGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER' IN AUSITNAIL.. The GLOBE can be obtained oilff the following: SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS F. J. Barker, 85 Sassex-slreot Samusl Barter, Balmnain west Iookstall Company, King.strent t8am and Redferne Station S. V. Burnet, Woollal?a Samuel Bushky, 84 Vise-street, Redfern Joseph Cadogan, Central Balmain Mrs. Davis, Keont-lreert W. Calnsn. Hcrris-strect, Ultimo H. Vt. L. Causton, 111 Clanreneostreot Sir. C. Clark, tram trsrminus, narriekvillo' J. Croft, 95 Williamstreet-- l Deacon and Son, North Shore G. Engisch, Paddington1 H. W. Footer, 144 illiamastreet Win. C. Good, Petersham" MTrs. Hamilton, Waverley ? .... • Harris rothe, Newwn ;also at Cook'ARivepr -Hnardonaldtown tad St. Peters " Pinkerton and Sons; Lavender Bayl Mfrs. Hinoheliffe, 75 Botany.roanl, Wferleoo John L. Berghorfer, 1i9 Pitt-street H. How, Parmmmatta-rond, Leichhardt Mfr. Johns,' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
Special Advertisements. m H E G L O B E. SUNDAY TIMES. Intonding subscribers to oither paper are requested to SEND THEIIR NAMES to this Office, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SUBSCORIPTION: SLOBE.-8 PAGE PAPER, PRICE In. Quarterly, in advance, Gs. Gd.; booked, 7s Gd. SUNDAY TIM ES S 8-PAGE PAPER. PBICE 2D. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2s. G6d P-ARRAMATTA. - Persons requirinfr The Globe and Sunday Times news papers can have them delivered by Mr. S, Scandritt, Church-street. TWO-LINE ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSES TO LET, HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE, BOARD AND RESIDENCE, Wanted, &c., ARE INSERTED IN THE "GLOBE" AT? S.D. .ELAC' , . B[ALMAIN.--M r. H. A. WEST, Beattie . street, is appointed Soloe-Agent for thoe "Sunday.Times" newspaper in Bal main. M?ESSES. RYDER and SON have Sbeen appointed SOLE AGENTS for the sale of this paper at Lithgow and surrounmding district. SIOMETHING WORTH KNOWING. Loolk out for the GREAT PRIZE DRAWING, wh...
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
THE "SIUNDAY TIIES'" CAM BE OBTAINED' THOM? THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:- HLr. John Varnoe, Bay:steet..Gleb " Hrs. Chapman; Bridgo EHousoForest Lodge - Hr. 0. Cacsolla, Elizaboth-street,.-Blmore Park :" Mr. John Fisher, Elizabeth.stroot: nast Bathurst- ttro eo 'Hr. B. Kohn;'27 Georgeotroet West Mrs.--Ioore, 21 Gleboh oint oatnd H r. Frost, S.Gdorgeo-otreeot.Camnordowoo SMr. G Gouigh, Tolaeoniso, Glob,-road Hr·r.-Wellman , Georgeostreot West, eposite Rail mop Sftaton - ..- : Hr; C. 13r6wo,' IS'Goorge.streot We'st. , Hr.-a -Ilillotiar 193 King-street, Newtown Hr. J. C. Voulmeesoh Ihloing-treot, Nowltown l-.; J. T. Jooes, Tobncconist,, Hoanoly Hr... Galnon,'217 Ooford.strtotr.opporsito gao5t . --Mr. John L. Borghoofor, SI2;.Pit??dt " r "," H+r.?Gbode. Cantrpor~ty-rond,-Potetarhom. Htro~itchell, Neo12o~i~otrtet,.Poetrsh~m .- . ir;.;Mow,:Parmmnttn.r"dv ?--' . Hr. Flynn, 2-Pt Oaford.streot, oliosite gaol MTr. 0.. Iveonrd, 112 Oxford-streoot - :" .?oronneil~ S 0xford.stree, . Hr. S.' Srcido'tt,-0...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 2, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPODRT. JRIIS Jmn ry o 9 .m. _ BrnHlr.-N..E., flneo, thioeometeor78 in elarlO. Al.,oIUIT.-N.E., cloudly, hlot. BAIlAnOET.--N. ll.,hflo, lea smoollth.. IATEt^N'b IDAT.-N .K., dlull, soa enoolll. BE ILINOr.E I[Koa.-D9-S.E. tilo, se1 BinootLh. Cl.Aih. tCE Ita s».--S.E. calm, Rco snmootlh. C lrt: Iow t ,--C aIIh, fino, sea s nloooh. Eeneo.-S'.W., flne, co sm Boothl. (10o IOLAO.--SE., flee, sea smooth. OGiAF'TON.--Cant, dull, warnn. OEcHN Cori.-W., fllnO, ea mootlh. Jr.envis Br.--S.S.W., doll, cco smnootli. ]~IAMA.-S.W., rnilnilg, Hoe noo0th. nOCI,tEAY Iltots.--N.E. floe, sea smooth. 10N0A0N II[ltoD.--N 5,, finO, Con nmodorlato. NILtAMBUCcnA IADS.-N.E,, flno, t;ca tnooLh. ]t:?nc AcIE,--N., f lne Hoa smooth. PonT SI?cuenit:.-N.l , fino, eBa smootlh. Pomr.A SrOCKB.-K.E., fnli, BC» mnootlh. BrOtT EIIh.-N.E., flineO, seo smoolth, 'Pcee t~oll.-.-S.E., tlaelm sea smonoth. T ?.Rn.n -BS.E. cloudly, aoa. mnooth. T1;r.TIi UEAu.o-C-lm, 10, isoe smoothl. .IJ1,^DULtrA,-S.E.i cloudy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
Auctions. s '-,, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1886; . 2 yILLAGE OF BALGOWLAH. PARISH OF - ANLY COVE. : *ZAHEL'S ESTATE : ' ' i;BLOOKS 38, 42, 46, and 47. Each Block Sa. lr. 21p., Fronting WOOD and GRIFFITH- , STREETS. TO BUILDING SOCIO TIES AND • INVESTORS. M ILF S AND,! .p;lE have been instrncted by thb.Ad-.. ministratrix of the Estate of the late Vincent Zahel to sell by public auction, at their MART, 130, Pitt-street, on THURS DAY, JANUARY 14, 1886, at Half-past' Eleven o'clock, .THE ABOVE GRAND SUBDIVISION ; BLOCKS. TERMS.--10 per cent. cash deposit; 20 per cent. cash in 12 months; balance in 2. years; interest 6 per cent. ,', , * [ PRELIMINARY. : SATURDAY, 16th January, 1885. FIELD OF L IARS THE!FIRST SUBDIVISION SALEs on easy terms. .KENNEDY'S SELECTION. : ":; 8 ?sCHOICE LOTS. •;'' Oun ;t?iOCresot of the Hill overlooking La-e :Cove River and Buffalo Creek. ' CLOSE. TO THE .PI''yW ATER-tROA . SL.L and P I! L E havrec?eived instructions from the -Prqphietor 'th isell :by publeauction, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
For Sale. F OR PRI iATE SALlE ]3LACKTOWN, nt the~ nCth ?X i?T?N ::r-' .· ' RA,. ILWAY STATION. BUSINESS, VLLA, . a nd , ORCHARD BLOCKS, . the. PIJCK. of , the County of Cumberlnnd. TO MAKIE MONEY, N ,Buy cheap Landl . - ON EASY¥ TEIRMS. IoRemember, the township'offered IS: AT THE STATION,. A few minutes' run from tihe city, : and is' THE HIIGHIEST LAND ON THE - A1Li1,WAY , Betwveen Sydney and the BLlue Mountains. Up to the present time owners of land at or near the station could not be induced to sell an inch, which has caused great dis satisfaction, for 1IUNDREDS HAVE LON, WAITED FOR AN .OPPORTUNITY TO. INVEST THEIR SAVINGS AT BLACK TOWN, even in .]and not. so favoumrably situ ated as thalt now uinder notice; there fore thee residents and all who have seen een BLACKTOWN are delighted. that,: an oipporhmnity now offers to secure a portion of tihe ,TOWNSHIP BLOCK so ? nuch admired by all who have had the good fortime to visit thl .. DELIGHITFUL SPOT. Being 300 foot labove the sea, th...
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
"TO-DAY' EVENTS. SCochmaker't Socito, Rscal meotinlg, 8. Lecture by lDr. V. bllrnasy. School of Arts, 8. WesOt SyneOy Oletion, meeting of ileT. GoCorg 2eorriitouuo supporters, Loster's, Erskiu onod loent streets, 8. AssoOOatOOis. Srhoatro toyal, "Cindcrella," tieow O1,0 louuo, "Across the ContlnOOt." I Guiety Theatre, "The Cricket 00 tho t Iertlet'. Olyoopic, "]othor Goose 0nthtelu Enhaut.. Bleauty." Acdeomv of Yunic, Feoderal MinstrolS. Itelmoro Ptrk, WoollycaroO CircusH. AllhotuuSt,Seciality nioand "ling Cockotoo." ,Australian Woaoworho, Ol~en from t0 aso. till r10oore Park, Zoological Gardouns, oln from 10n.m, till6 pot. .Ot. xhlihition stoi hling, "Sotdno Encampm W1nxworkhnuO 1lsoHsoLwers Exhihblioin 3corgo strect, o1oon a t d1cr ullo oeOeing. rrotestant Iltll, Cottiero' People's Concert. M.os Odhitllotu' Iull, Esmlopou' Concert. A.S.A.looons Plltt ontl 1'ark otreots, soirce to welcoo Sir. Josepth SysOee, 0. Aosociatioo Cricet tlrould, Illghland Gather. inl,2 p.mn.
CAN A DEAD MAN DRINK. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
SCAN A DEAD MAN: DRINK. A Tnuc STORY. The distinguished English physician, Sir Henry Marsh, was called in by the family doctor-a country practitioner--to attend upon Colonel H--, struck down 'suddenly by appoplexy. The fit was a severe, one. All efforts. to save the sick man proved unavailing; he never rallied, and at the end of a few days, to all ap pearance, breathed his last. On the morning of the fnmeral the two medical attendants deemed it right, as a last attention, to go and take leave of the remains of their patient before the coffin was screwed down. The family doctor, a jovial, florid personage, on whom profes sional cares sat lightly, had been a friend and 6fttimes boon companion of. the.de ceased. A bottle of port and glasses stood on the table near the'coflin. "Alh, my poor friend," hle said, pouring out a bumper and tossing it off; "thisawas his favourite drink. Rare wine, too., He knew what was good, and never spared it. MIany a generous glass we have had to gether. I...
DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
PEPARnTUItEO.--JAOOAIPr 2. v rotosi, lI..S., 41 t7 lona, Cnpiu .Adoy, for London, rio TolboTrno rand Adolhido. Lo lro, 70 tons, Captain John Poin, for ,0ol1 blorno. ltrrlabool, 014 tons, Cnptoto II. 1. Bristow, for flrisaoij nodl nor thern ports. BRinolah, 8r0 tons, Carpttll W. Sitclair, for tlritRaoo aLLd nortlhori ports. Quiaonullrg, i tol, Ctpbolta Armstrong, for Brtsntnbno n?d ,orthloru ports. El omaog, 1Od toos, Captin J. E. Bultchr, for ltololrno. Corounginlto, 2000 tonsl Cnptaitn P. Lo Nvn, for Molbouneo.
SHIPPING. High Water Sydney Cove this day 6.20 p.m. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
SHIPPING. High Wator Sydney Covo thR dary 0.0 p.m. MIUIVMhTS. .-J Krn ran 5. Tanoinditco , (i.), fl. rnad A. Coa .pey'a line, 2'3-0 tons, Captain "W. O. I'tArlthur, fran Iaongkoag 2nd nltio, via Sinnaporo 9ti, latatin 12th, tndre. neogoo 1lth, Snoinnlag 1Lthi, Soarehaynr 10th, and Port Darwin lst. Pr?esngora for Sydney e: nIesnro. J. Hatfihld, II. Hoodgots, 1). Selekon, A. liodottes, Snlnlayns 2O Clhinsae. For Now Zohaed : 7 Chmiolso. For liltloanro: Sire. ,llldl'itild 2 childreon, Dicrars. . GWillinas, 11. Selii...nn, T. Aior. nlsn 1 Chinese. For Adelaide : Irs. lnirhood Iand Sir. P. Colgno. norSotherl peortse: Idonsrs. . nlrt:t,' J. (enry, aloe IS Chioeo.0 G bbs1 , Sleight a1nd Ce., gonlts.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
TBELEORAUIIC SIrnPPINU. IlnrsnnA?.-Arrived Jnunanry1, DUnreul, froil; S;ydney, 2.10 pn.h flearetnros .T:nnnry1, AUrcheCr, -or Sydnyo,3 pn. ; Cnrrajong, for lloekhnmlpton: Remingtou, to, for Chill; Ocoahi, sob., for Ihmda. beLrg,. GhanO ISLANn.-I'nsned :Jannary .2, habo, sonth, 'Tsbn*.--Dopartttro: Jnn'ny 2, " o"indnrry, .? S .m., for Sydney. StoLetertea l nn.-Arriveo : Jannary 2, Corokh, 0.25 n Im. Dolnrntro: Janlnry o, I nrnmount, 4.42 n.m., for Sydeuy. inno steanmr Ajar, with; a hinllut In tow, iassed uorth at i n.ml.