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ALLEGED INHUMANITY IN THE SYDNEY HOSPITAL. CONTRADICTION BY THE OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

tLIEGED INHUMANITY IN THE ; YDNEY HOSPITAEL a,.i op C TRADICTION BY 9H1i ( OFFICI'AL/9 i ;**'» AV;'X/ In co :sequence of the lrge of in u .hsne 4 1ait.byMr .Beale,f Beele. and of the Sjdney Hospital, 'sic Siiidediottr re porter ijo makeinquiries at thatinstitution thit moyning. 1ir., Bale u lleged that a nominee' of his .nflhi,,Sho' was suffering 'frosidfaaies "6f the spine, was heartlessly 'detAined in the waiting-room ot the hospital fro$.., 10 ,.,,'cl-k r ol,., liisdi : noon, when ia: ^va-,t"oni',inforieit"llt ithere wdre no vacant bed? '''O learning of this Mr. Beale himself visitted-the hios pital, anb states thlat upboirinr? sgfor the Sadlnissisn of the suffetoflie wiasd~sown by: an officil, whom it appears was 'the secre ,tary (Mfr. H. D. Rushell) intbutiobf of the wwards ih brder that he might satisfy hinm self of tie trunth of the' reasonaadvancedi ' Hi"s refstini adhmission to the..man in 'whom' MIr. Bealo was, interested. '; On'.' the t'seBeia'ryi' asking aone of (.:the n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. WIDGERY'S LODGERS (Written for the Globe.) CHAPTER I. HOW SHE CAME TO TAKE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

itiq iPc!tP n icc ýnttn e -ret4? i frt,, I b I do t-i?ciltdhMlithem deiterc?U'th4l i lodger i i c ctite Lttiu4l ie Oac canc .they e worth, hpu gll l vochItbtrbuildcbkl &t with § fQunjVa, goodiess knows. Itr alwoays nitAsdku thatir lodgerciisiiiaetit contra . iipiceois highest; std tfitigsc is most ilttfoget ad~d ic '1in tli'cl Ia not aon -i t.dbeagtlin tlelnfoiic'lit: for lovdc r ysin yltascthe'rriyinxpib. aindct4 when t lni.S '¢tboebb ottibithtendTihl t lree adbrien !utllode aoime +grtbmpi.ol&1 w isarl to.:?ed,'bte~ dt tllt ?then'thor' oarder is m?ak'cl .,'it,woiese ýOt a , ahd, S t Iyctdj he: .naitated'by'totlie' y,". hol s?ycqUlitiket tit , flat: e ttduc Ilas dw dc'ntczc1(. ane y 6lc od 04 'hsac -. ftiud' wanyi' at.- ccae o t ,'d ol c, as d en et lt tiiiA tile '" ti' ie t oS e ,i. t... hii ,b i t . Lind six n1ti" . . n9?1 I 1 i ; r ?1,3e tit the k ' nit t i'the t y nyer o hg is,'flan S ? e b' ieotci an Sci ion toih u y t he t if tli'i lot bit tait som' d ofi ~t on...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STAGE. "THE MIKADO." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

ST»lHE -STAGE. . - LIE .MIKADO.Vr . uAstralian public, or so many 1 could be crowded into the.: S yal on Saturday night, firot eiselves confronted -with the c ientlemen, ,",in attitudes queer tfmes- oa the menrthough-rith..b n n, t-. tractive in thcifsel ,,gworo pdd;;nihn not particularly beco.iiabi4tcr wearers "nt1 "i' openinglchoorus for n.male.yvoices,, thcg. itdnuerably rendered,, not xemark 'ly' ipesive. 1 The. appearance of othe um{J4-l '(Mr.pripPa ; ylc) 9'ittdearch of .his sweetheart.um-Yum, did noit nhlien matters, and .hip .introd qtory 5blo s'dsta distinct disappointMent.J_.rr SBoyle 1usd-derided:;tiOm11y;pW';pBylqrinaJ eprefdrente to thei cliharactpr...Aeio assimed, Teiff Iis' self-assertive mariner and rather % di n fIs dueiorwyphprojuis "Brft '4 appearance of' Mri..l eiham as Ph'i5nluh was,-lbowevcr,. a pleasant sur ; 'd his sonig; " Our gdea tMik'doV, r eeinh tells how a convict has been mtod jjrd High Exeeutioneravas '.so;cai-v t ? uly7 iing'ad'ndas in itself so gaod...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PANAMA CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

THERi AMA CANAi. ,According tq Kmerican adrices, says the' :igiaLLr, the Pannma Cainnl Comilpny is ,-ditfcnlties. Some time ago a New York - engineer wae sent to Painama to ex auine into tile dffaitsii of the Canal Com ]inny in the interests of aNew York syndi! eate, who proposed to contractfor building, the canal. It is sufficient to say that his advice was to wait for the crisis which was wear at hand. Up to September, 1884, M. de Lesseps and his company. had raised $111,000,000 and expended ' $19,000,000, their liabilities being $153,000,000, their see;ritiesbeing sold at a discount. May 1st, 1885, less than 10 per csnt, of their excavation,or 12,37t',000 cubic metres, had. been completed, the total being atiimated at from '125 to 150 million metres, anud there is the dam for the' Chisgtes River, for whichi no foundation has been found after boring to the depth of ti0 feeoot. Thej eptire coat. of the caial is estimated at not nth~n $530,000,000, I'presenting liabili -'. tounting ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPOINTMENT OF A NEW TURKISH AMBASSADOR AT LONDON, CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

APPO1NT\iENT. O AnNEW2JTURKIS1i. AMIBASSADORm AT L..A 9 CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 13. Iusemn Pnashibas been a pointedTurkish Ambjassador at London, roiencing )iusnrus *1asha. ~ 'ihe largest-profit by.aGrinain railroad in 1883 was 3.59 per cent. by the Right Ba k of Oder Railroad. Four German rojls earned more than 8 per' cent: two m than 7 per coit', Kit no other earned as inueh as U percdnt.,wilie aidnaudless than 3 per cent -

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

Business .'Notice?r R OMES'l'AD. and :40 . ACRES ot II - . , AND . within onei·ile of station., BOYD iand,KINi are instructedltosall the above, pioperty, whih consists ,.of a. ]really hoiLelike lhomestead and farumlike i'ain, in full working ord?ler, and of which inunediate possession can be had... The.: terais are extremely. easy, anid after.pay 2nent of a small deposit, the balance can remain at interest: for a term of years to suit purchasei. } OHTD UId KING, A Hutioners,, . . . , , ,,9; ltt-st et.? VLSEVEN HILLS. :SEVEN HILLS HElOHTS ESTATE. r 30s. -'orl'rens' Title. Neposit. O lNT ERES. Monthly Large Frontage to Pa'rriamatta-road. : Seven Hills S t'on. is on tlhe Main We 4'r Line. lIe Government are no, ??.ipieatingibthe line right past this statioii'"so':as to run anore trains, and at a greatei' speed, which. doubtless will bring Seven Hills. withiln,30_ nimites' ride of Sydney. The prospect of ncreasing value is.not a question ofspecu lation, for the rapid inecease of populat...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

`ST*DALY CONCERTS : As serie of very higlhclaus Suiday oven': ing ?ilSd and Classical Cohncert' was commnenced at the 'Oipen House on Sunday, undls; tho. anslics 'of Herr Gustav Kuster: fniid if flio 'irt isto be'a 'criterionu'of tile rest theS des'eit' the vrjry best support of tile iibic.i ','lT l Urchestrii ' is " comn= iobsed' odf 'td' piic of ,the' uisusicians :in Sydne,"aind' the" vocalists ane hll well knowiv' fvoiitos.' Miss Fiancis Saville was deservedly recalled ' fter both her songs'"Daddy"'and "Old Old Words." Mr. T. Rainford sang. "The Last Man," TIiss E. A. Lamnbert, "Laddie," Mr. C: H. Teuipletoii; "The Bugler," and Mr. Knight Aston, "Sound an Alarm." Novel amongst the orchestral selections was .a newly composcd Grand March by G. KIuster, which is well worthy to be heard often. In addition, "Nabuccodonosor," "Tyrolienne Echios ? selection, "Faust ;" selectioi, "I1 Troyatore," were all played in an an un exceptional manner, while the instrumental gem of 'the evening wa...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

NEW OPERA RiOUSEI O' atnirdiy Nliý Uý'i Atnsoih theftwell know~ Engslsh coidediar iih,~pyiredfor flie' first ~ine in Anu~trkha~t ycioPin Ulonici 4 icauflt.' four ath":"ebiiiciltr, ,'ft, iztiadi?'"" and a "eccentricity," wsittdi expressly g'te hinn, entitledl Piuppets.", (Triminaldi" dlb a.l een flasycd liere'li'doire, 'buteit i§"a dil'ln it iuece in .'~l nooh' tiihathr halid.i S. W. Anson's ac ii ,'t reat- and Si-,1?y, respects by r ieelti1ia. i. o s t oe~t e s atr.liotb" Uvzie2 t~i mefp " :?oa s"lo'gihti tlhtiiint -l. His voice ises sii ang'erRf itds' rfoz''d,' resse in love, without uipoutlhing~or exog5-' ert on i Insi'-lie kit, a sHithl ld .t of tln, r in, 's isns, f ,VsA r •& e l s ahe?'? v"h-khioh't kili:s of ittikt??ti ,,oCt ai sa:is thit 1 tet?i ld? f tictg ai-'i . ,H.lyil and H. . Douias, ,tid.. .;J e tie'. n orlisde 'D ai ? idre'i'sh .wad"" iiuitltelafsi toua d6'.l "Wblo itsspits'ihayi h?ery sealdboo "o.' 'M'rhst '. ld te-e ot s, ??thie , sbtid.s, pr 'a " A'ly ,etn ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OPPOSITION PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

Hb E. oPJPtcIT!AON PIpCNI. i:A ut noon to-dy, theatenteicIer e left ..he .Prince's:Stpirsi ,.a ,4y lade with the ieoade?s .p.,t hg.ipiliksi and .those i ? imbpra-; ,of, :,.the: lIoane who ,.-accepted .thleir:, inyitatliii :o letend the! pienim given:,byr Sir John, Robeotson. r Therg wevoeabekt.i~Q ;ge4?t?C men; on .bhoabrd ,uat 1lgngedXq d ,6 e spvinkling of the nerwbos?~plr, .Sir SJ)oiu himsel wvaas on board,,looking ,ftaily,;ylf, thoukh istill: a dittle.,weak?.?!, ir, Hpiiy.' earkes was also thtre;:,and e?;wgrq rll ts old Opposition ,lederi, .uem ch? 5 i? MsOi, Wisdom, F. B. Sttttor; and,J.; P. Burns Mr. L. F, Hoydorrw ad Mr D. 'O'Connor weir likewise', prts,?it.' "'he 'bthtmend stoarted on'a trip aro?id' Middld' Ht?irloi and a secodbd bout left the Qtdy ,oalott ~··' :· i " 'I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE NEW GUINEA TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

Cola ýCieuzeO i M, WN 1on, atodwithi Ad itahr ,T hnihcatp otie 'inwGie proudtio ~of a i. :ef or 3bb , pary. The.detail,. .Ivc Itot,2e ?ei, inadd known; biiuitaed etC haly will le complete to-iory.wr t' , .., , ; ti

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCE ALEXANDER APPLYING FOR AID TO THE SULTAN. SOFIA. Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

'PRINCE ALl ANDER IAPP'LYING SFOR AID TO TO XrmX, 'AN. SOFFL:; ray., 1q., Prince Aloxander.of Bulgariabas applied to the sultan for aid',lto :'enablo him to resist the invasionbhy Sorvia., :

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

THE EAS. TERN.QUIESTO . ! BELGIADE, NOVllhbCr 15.-Further ad vices from the froiiti?r inininiin6 tha'"tlih' oSrvianr troopns, tmdeýlKitu .' iJýii di>.tQiddy cliptlr ie r ,iboi ,, rJ s lt' engage

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS LAST JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

,L; " HIS LAST OK IE.: ,'f " , aret 'Ied humorist one day vventured }nto;.a tton mill, andi".wlii'ild dli" ah"i fi .gi}doed noment he was perpetiAting somle ,og I1ip,, and shop-worn jokes upon an i;nq(gea operative he was drawn -into the ..p.iogce gearing and ireiidfitlly, ritslhedi! ypo bed him out of tliol,,iiehinery Sell anl.spread the effects on the n' W1t .'eitIt : IWho is' it?lt.wanr the' inuxions nqniay as thei ciodrl'?itAtlierdi around. Nobody knew. Then lie hnumorist. slowly' 'beiled c l:iiAt eyes ant moved his lilB. i' A sympathising bystand bent down his car. "?Tihe id, god, reaspln why piobohly I?m cogfisis l imoe," the,, h.u.ioiset whispeord, I poiiptiflll. '?i t is it? " the syItpathiioing by stander lied. , '., t'. ? '-. :.ii " Bce so," the humnorist explained, as he saw a chaneb to steal ihomnd, I' because I I have b on travelling i i ? cg.". And tl en a smile like i' aiiliit'er cloud' played fr an instant over hid featuts~anud was gon I e never spoke again,. 'The op...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

:i 5 (nost imiiportanitiiich o Saiturdiny was t at, bOtwttpt the BtUuiVrOity.,i;.ui Gftelin fird.for .the.-Ass?ciation cpitje - - he ;9 rdu nce was .bad, thered boing h less tln.-a wi e i pe ona on.,th ,geourd. This maylbe partly afocountel.fo.nitrt.. the . ict .that the go to,waso lo.kd ,epon i 'a l'oreigon, conclui on don the .'Varsity, who. went-t tirt to the riketosadere they reainahid nearly ng 1 ile t tia, teonfternoon, compiling the rq|ct letotid of3Okrtlte principal.ncorerE bei-CiWstroittayiiBdovbour,411 Wood,-i2Oa Let , - Jon'eaoftA- Eaen';'2-; Adomsns; 1 not O tt d Hada'd l .ird .-" BroJid wo niost a ccessful withtlim.ba;ll .on.Behiialf of thle Co ingford, seequdig ,v1e ,wicketsfor 69 rtn .Jih?o: Ciyrln9gford.i have lost ;oe wicket o' 8 rumio, .h'bo ittitch willhie.cn. " titued extStlttueroayrl mikio oner-inninga victory for t.Ain tonive th rinff saifely'bt exnpec . ** '',sh ('t'n ".* .h o', .tdh y n s anr m?imtr Curmti.'..' , ia n. v. Tie llit? o'etnd'WWavlikety Mteclinni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GALLANT OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

A GALA?\'F OFFERi. Si;r (ldld Strickland,' K.C.B.; the p·r si'ent lthe Sydnef.;liianehlrofLthe Geo:l e grahi al Society isvetdyddspoihdent saUoh : the in ter and, entelitaiiod very littlU libpe f the atlof the, eiplbrijiglparty.-:Evn: f all a t.i oinhleboe of.thetrexsedition arrd not dered, he it afraid thtthhe/hinajbrity :f the may have been, and he is appie- t that the remnanl t will stand but hancei of ose.pe'.ffonilinimitihlI AIthough sai'orip? frotie: ar, car-:i W Which, confinesi hdmhim ath .thisr ii c n ut .'kep 'lhiieminediobrs >forfthd It wddays, ontl he.iti;hg.?theih?ews?i Sir. Sat g:. oqesvolunteioreortl6,organise. nle exliaelitianit3eih'ef overhlmst would rovide the funtils torfindebo.:thee fate of he brave explorers,-and-to punish the m derers. The off?ei.assaithde by letter the Hon., . R. Dibbs, Colonial Trease r, this- morning, which-readrs s lT HoN. . i's?o. i- Wit t iret'rpopieeto.flele e 4et ry news r ved "fro: t dhe l jI.ei ofr the1 total d t ruio :eoi looaif g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW GUINEA TRAGEDY. INEFFICIENT WEAPONS SUPPLIED TO THE EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

T NEW BN,.NEa 1iA. EDY..., INE ICIENT 1i Oiar Uthc7A7flb4T TiE r inuqliri mady. th"is fning we nat there n re ho .10lel d ~t thel t of the ru0oos tclpggrlt&4 concern ing fate of the;G eogriaplical Society's expo tion to h'ew GuineUti.yjhe theory pro nded by re geral genlteooeoi ,now ledge and. cXlricnt-e is '?tt Oanpttain Ever having renetrated tl`PFly River to an erabledista nge orplc ree?-r atw tthe ank of thi..eree' rtl iriino inti eit TW story, regard ;to Crodsa has ai ak . "of proa ility abot it, and tlie;throwing of Iin o erboardeaasn etioaclimrapttriti, of C'aRi i Thin oo ;i·'n' aL11C' ihiEthtiik' an. This iani cdidrida , aqdiV:olhindief in th district, hinch is ia,spglous one, and i vould nothave beqn so very difti cult r higt' itditidte.lis"fdlloridsi tiu arob the insHdt offered toAim. • A lead ing ember of the Geographical So ciety s of opinion that -enptain Everill ldividO .ar t p athteyd has b en : c ,"u.."',poniNL 44 . roruroriebrittry, iare a yc'3y R5fei" pgd A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INDEPENDENT CAUCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

'.jji7J! 1I NDFPENDE11 U7CsEtJ U1 °) ? W. m 3:: r i.;-m+ ' oonan, Ewing, Wil on, E. W. [Q'Sull'an, Lysaght, Harold !p , Lyell Scott; De orrcy rowine, r. .CLArdcE. poinitd cssity -ior t ird party, w ii the balanc of power. t ea p, he tho ght there a ob on to Mr. ?arton -(he ea bi t in depen n et party mi di date fo the Chairs He we d now ca ell expres on to their. Mr. J. PFoiro , c e i rs of the: ecessity f e ouse. at ea Sir s ea yr, an urpgedb Ev t 'sitr otir .[Acthe p ty r" i' touia merel y der nothiing aion tla'edteivawo ce and neveg aol yyrr d an opInoi t pon sonid' constitutional qrestibdi. *C oNAc OQ 7pri, ut d wgsjk, to ehopedthat it would be formed. rpdnthe oame t??v 4e 4iv o?itoead o in Swrh Iith Freetraders and Protectionists itiLtne tne"tilthee ftinessisSittybi and Da gar hieldithd bahnlr ed rof ,pooer itn tie Ass ubly, and he tlougit 15 members could v ry easily do the samie. Mr. AROLD STrEtuson dtbbitetttbe ousting of tihe present Gorcrulenrt. He had pie ged hirself Qdt ...

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SPORTING. LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

.f1V.' .,, t lS1'.l E'p"'LIlr:!( f? ' " ""' J5 .. -'.This Ipu lg- .tjae h settling+ C1ayF .ovarM Gkt, V lniating, .batting -isr aluioat altl A> sta. 11, al?l what., ub8inessI.i, , oing a ,. anorcly exporimentac , ...; Linerv P t ." fa st~?. first f sourite for the Wagga~.Cupot a1t4. ,1ilDel t("tnd Petronel come. neat 'at eýto. ii1A ]ts)apot has. been: lbaakeid to.win a, good'7 -..this saaornfing a.t, thqtl ,figmaa,, 'J.lhen e uave a Ben Bolt and 'llihakamnahaut at 7 to 1. A small-field is expected. ., /L anF noeation with the V, .1& C:.oettlingo., stedo etlho Leviathan's returns will Iti, nmd1d: tjpfactory .than,,tliey ,were i o thae Cih?t dznmeeting, aud:tlit heawilL:be able: At1 6 ill lusrae fluia. t shilling i.the., qlt 1"a.l

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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. Exchange, Monday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

STOCK AND SHARE REPORT.! Eo hange, losuiay, I p.m.' Iihr woro were werakeslr ir a is imown by' tlh -uiota:tiolln. for Novadins we sold at `I. id., and os. Flor ShlvctKiga, sales wero Iutdo tit 2is., iLn. od., iid 23,14 . .il Siuy Corners, siaes are reported at ls,. and Mi. tlanl n d Albinoa were also sold at i1a. In c?al shares there were sellers of Blrwooed at 0o. p5at1 up, atat 18S. Gkl., (ld fqr 1ls. pti1l at 1ip. lId. I? l eoktoh, stes aere relSortedtat XT, a d Vale of 'dli iat 15a. In lbabak alieasraIe setocko to moles ro rpollrtld. In Plerkits.Breworyy, mtls:: .t 351., ait Saywell'sI'Tobicco; sales at 17n old,' In tlo I qport boarlkets, tnlde is imn"i viro. TBle reetoa's l 1o 1 IeI tvihatly atdji lj 4d nor qo to 1 -Adolot conoto rood±8 tOo. tic" porN~W8¶ttlo ~ttiot f Ii !o1ltii~ ket, roooloa.hooovlty otockel Irnoolorornoolo to ~F2~It~ ~tI~rflfl~tU ±10 to tOo.; Vtctortoo-±0 19r ~q LO .s for ~ ~tifooet p' s~dro which to to hecoy op o. ooctto~ ot a los o ttortori9.7~oo~S~ ~odotJ....

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

- - .SHWIIIe ' b o ith inst. L1.too.ol.C Lybio M12hoon,lut 1 '1202ýot_ nep if lizQWid Mt, 9 For Miss Short, Miss Sydiljo, Min lBarn. arbt; . Dyer, MmIrs. llo|?r ?It, 1 ulsHon, ?t'. IliheMr. Dinclto, 1tx IId Iuctls birs Thompson, ,it flttll .,h 41dF,01 J. Gnn stonlgeJ. • • o . A Ifutchi n, k~elnrl~thU3'l DbafiM"a VýQhiuffI Cftiý 40 toih steerage. Televggpsll }eshr.tgkdal tC The oiag eer wore. _ok~pd .lht noon t hyslh? 1PtnalAif oifomlapth sh f lill0 iront, eel iý"thln' -iftsrltaioii'nt 4"baMe'rfh Ho -rt, Mrs. At. .Jlcsholl, Miss Pteol , idf$, Cook,Iss Lovett, Mrso. Grdiner oiltl ii "chlilron, Mrs. ton, Mrs. GrOoig, M?li'i'ell. oll twes ervrOnt lsMr ?. L'oyli pitOosatSoll'bn. -_ ,1 )Youog,- lon Droosa'hitro n apm.- o.gpero: B, nThosh i, ih'obki YWil.A~ 5t1,'ilson, ealn 2 il thle ste L Y' h 'rho A Orlilt barque, F,. 0. Kemny, troei Peat·' Sound, itha cargo of lmelrtraonte tO'n' 1titoross.lzibY-i, e ,sro-" ". ho -,I f rU.oolfl'ptti,' + .;The Fir?;,lFor, ll )ýi,-týL"L: t nThe qb"o ( atet...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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