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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
TRunadicr, steamer, from lfoogkong. R For Syd. 0oy 40pikgs tea, 19 plkgo bdlins, 1o pIktllroworko, 8Z lIIII. Olfall 2C c Chlstli oil, 6708 j111sr1tco, 8It 1)kg ;enrml Inorchnnldlso, 50 co preserves, 815 l,ls hemp°j :3 o citors. F'or Sydney or Ieoltboarnlo: 12 ilkgs Clgor, 427 dlol rottaos, 1.141t3 bo kopok, 2217 1:0s rtco. F'or~iloahoroo 21093 iBgo. For Ado. loide :223 pkgs. For 'oIw Balaodb .: 0 pkgs. Tim followiog ipassegers loft for ilolbooroo to. doy por C(onmgoaito :-ImdosdaoC Aogwio, Voo itaar, Oliroro, J. Daoioo, WVllttal8, Kito, M[issco SFroncts. Colloys, Wolker, Wiiamo, Neotlhormoli, mwn,:,?Barr, Iissro. II. iBrows, Tito, J. B. Bail, C. iorcoart, S. lIanay, .1. 'rownreod, J. Ullohlololo, J. Duloop, 6I1. O'n?Ioo, WV. Coldor, I. iioLotsoon, it. P. Fntocis, A. Ioeloo, F. B. B:aog, OloEvoy, 10orris, lattheos, C3 10. lIavkins, 0. Orhoes, H. T. treor, if. Rdrido; aod 60 t Itoo .toorogo. Tihe followig pabssongors loft for Briobtlol pir iorratool to.dly :--nIro. A. Soith, Ieossrs. ...
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
LAST MOMENT. The two sad boating fatalities in thoe harbour yesterday, by which Mr. John KIing, of 343 Dourke-street, Miss Ida Williams, of 6 Gladstone-terrace, Miss Emma T. Marshall of 23 Chippen-streetl;, Ohippondrle, and 11r. William If. Senior, late second in command of the Geo graphical Society'sNew Guiuea Expedition, lost their lives Ihas cast quite a gloom over Ithe city. The Water Police this morning proceeded to the scene of tile Garden Island accident, where the first three wcro drowned, and continued drag ging for the bodies. The condition of tise persons who were rescued and taken to thie hospital is so far satisfactory. They are all now consideredout of danger. "e twern pleased to notice that' tise water carts were on the Randwick-road early yesterday morning. It is a pity that; more of them are not employed for a hot' and dusty day like yesterday when-races are on. The inquest 'on Mr. Senior's body will be held at the Soudan Hotel, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Newcastl...
THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 2 January 1886
STHE MINISTRY. At the hluncheon given by the Committe of the Highland Society at the Associa tion Cricket Ground to-day, the Hon. J. Young, in responding to the toast of the "Ministry," said that whether he re mained long in ofice or not, he: was sure that he would leave it with no feeling of shame; and he felt that every one of 'his colleagues were actuated by the same principles in the desire to do the best they I could in the interests of the colony of New South Wales.
NEW SOUTH WALES CRICKETERS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
NEW SOUTH WALES CRICKET ERS IN MELBOURNE. K The Victorian Cricketers' Association gave a picnic on Thursday to the New Soct11 Wales cricketers, most of whom, with several of the Victorian players who took part ini the late intercolonial match, and 'a number of other gentlemen well known in the cricketing world, went down to Mordialloc by the 10.43 train, and spent a most enjoyable day. 'After the company, which numbered about fifty, had indulged in refreshment at tim Mordialloo Botel an adjournment was made to the seaside, and a stroll on the pier indulged in before dinner, which was served in a recherche style, reflecting the greatest credit on the caterer, Mr. De Leon. Mr. Charles Smith, M.L.A., president of the Victorian Cricketem' Association, pre sided; being supported on his right by Mr. T. W. Garret, captain of the New South" Wales eleven, and on his left by Mr. J. M. ]ilackham. After the usual loyal toasts had been honoured the chairman proposed tse health of the visitors, a...
HIS MOTHER'S SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
11S IVIOTHER'S SONQS. Jkneath the hot midenmmor niun "TLo men had marched all day ? And'now ebesidoe rippling stream Upon the grass they lay. Tired of ginstire and idleijente, As swept the hours along, they called to one who mused apart,. Conic, friend, give ut in song. C ] fear I cannot please," he said; "The only soogs 1 know Are these my mether need to sing - Yor nme long years ago." "Sing one of those,'! it rough ,viceoeripd, "There's none but trnoemen hero; To every mother's son of ut A mother's songs are dokai" Then sweeotly~rosp 6the inger', voice " iAmid unwonted calm. "Am I a soldier of the crossn A followir'6f the .tu?. " And shalli fear to own His cause, " The very streamn was stilled, Ajo hlits thait never throbbed Wvith fear VWithbtoder 'thoeights were filled. E?dtd th ong ; tho ilger said, Ati'to" is feet he rote, " ' " Tilanksoto you all, diA friends; good night God grunt us aweet repose." " Sing us one more," the captainabegged; The soldier hent his head, Thenglanein...
BROWN'S AMANUENSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
BROWN'S AMANUENSIS.. Brown was a magazine wriles, of Whit is sometimes called the fast school. His were the veriest bubbles, of cho current lite'rature. of the day, the merest froth of thl" trifles whici are skiinued .'ratlihd thian elid by the busy world of pleasure. lIe touchtd-I borrow the behautiful limgueo of a fashionable revidwe'w-he touche" the passing fellieo of, thb day' with a light and' facile pun, anal people mniiked over: his', articles in' a mariner pleasant td "witnesS.. My opinion is, that his. abilities' "were-in short, wero' not .first rate, hut hes used thiei very tbly2 11 enever wrote in lean's languigaefoir i lady's smgazine, and never threw sway the delicate wit which suited its pmages 10pon the 'nmiddle-aged gentlemen who pre fer scandal and satire. . . To the, world of periodicals. Blrown wag .1,nown as a rising. comie writer,' while to Iisself heowas a man of crushed ambition and rejected manuscripts. In' a drawer of his writing table; under a Chubb's' locl...
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. WHY HE COMES NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. WHY TIE COMES NOT. She otnads aftho gard9hl gioe .to-night ;1 .o VtC"d.dot?' ieo maidenspepk, But her eyes are full of an anxious light, And a tourdrop gleams liko a diamond bright On the rose of her velvet cheok. The unn in his glory has long since set, The robin hoeceneed his song; With the falling dow theleaves are wot, The hour is passed and he comes not yet, Oh, why does he otay so long ? In vain iho sooks to reqtrain hoe?? tears. S.A's the precoiona moments fob : - .o And her heart is filled with doubta and fears, As she listening stands and satrans her ears - For the sound of her lover'o feot; Oh, heauteons maid at the gnrden gatoe ,I liity. thy wof oh lclght? , . Bntt tihen in, for tli hour isclate !aor thy lover's coming no longer wont, lie will not appear to-night. Fain wochd the youth to thy side have hlowan But he hadn'ita ohinmo of clothes, For his washerwomanher patiecian gone, To his shirts isnd tllarcnud oneiff4i holds on Till he pays up tha bill ...
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
LAST MOMENT. ,The Superintendent, Secretary, and officers of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade aro to be commended for the promptness' with which they dave completed the statistical return of the work done by the' Sydney fire brigades during the year 1885. There were 303 calls, made up as follows:" -42 false alarms, 51 chimney fires ;(at tended with handpumps), and 13 witlL engines, which were reportedashooss fires. Of unimportant fires there were insured 109, uninsured 83, insurances not known 18. Theiserious fires numbered 12. 15 insured. and 7 uninsured buildings were totally destroyed. The trades mostaffectedwere:. Grocers, 9; tobacconists, 5; licensed v-ic tuallers, 8; bedding manufactures, 5; private dwellings occupied,. 65; unoccu pied, 4; tailors, 5; stables, 5. The whole were distributed over the following locali-. ties :-Denison Ward, 5" calls (21 fires);. Brisbane Ward, 30 calls (16 fires) Mac. quarie Ward, 24 calls (14 fires); Philllp Ward, 23 calls (14 fires); Cook Ward, 2L...
AN ASTOUNDING WAITER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
AN ATOUnnNDI WAVIER.. Foote, the comedian, once made aiwage. that he Would'ujost the dignity 'of' a cr, tain hbadwaiter at the' principal 'hoteiw Bath, who had the name of being; the most dignified man in Britain. His or * periment and its success are noted below Foote went to the hotel with three friend --an engineer who had lost an eye; a cavalry officer who had lost an arman 'and an old sea-captain who had lost a leg. The quartette .ensconced them selves in the four corners of the rooa and bawled for the waiter, who came in with a ,ore than ordinary assumption of dignity as a tacit protest a.'ainst their unceremonions treatment of him. Waiter !" cried the one-eyed engineer, " come and take off my eye-glaes," adding, ,as the aniter swelled with indignation, i" "'a a ,-whiliyon're About it; just take 'ot *my "eye." "Your eye, sir ?" echoed the , startled dignitary. "Yes, my eye; don't you iun iersttnd Ba-gush? PLook sharp!" Eye. gless and glass-eye came away together, 'and the wait...
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. January 4. 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. January 4. 1 p.m. Sales reported on 'Change :-l?ereantile Unnk, LU; Anstralian Gaslight (L4 los. paid up) £11; ,,Burwond Coal (20s. paid. up), 10s ld., 17s.; Silver King, buyers 18so. sellers 17s., no sales reported; Sunny Corner, buyers 43s. Gd., sellers 46s., no sales reported. New ]iedfern Gold-mining Company, Lclknow.-'Third divind declaed of 6d. per share. payable this day. Since the half yearly balance sheet was prepared the bonanza shipped per Orient realised 1500. . Estimatoed at balance sheet at "01000. . ' : .: F. ..- - ,. ..-. , ,
DRAMATIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
DRAMATIC NOTES. Automatic fire.oxtinguishers are somern timena.w avlcwidl contrivances. At the Opera lionos, ]lrenlen, recently a hugo tank ixed in the roof, snd furnished in ease of fire with a perforated bottom, out of which the water escapes as from a gigantic garden watering-can, started of Ats owna ccord and inundated the stage and cellars where the ocenery was stocked. • The firobrigade. had to be calledin to stop the water. Meiss Louise Ponmroy is doing well in the | Western Stateos, still playing.Shbakespearian. roled, and occasionally taking the male parts. Young Lytton Sothern is giving a really excellent fmitation of his fathser's Lord Dundreary in London. The stutter, the skip, thi stare, and the idiotie .lugh, irs kopt up with splendid flidlity. The younger Sothern, too, is just asgood as his father was when intirviewing his valet in the matter of his nightshirts, waistcoats, and other garmeuts, and in coluting his fingers, and finding to his astonishment that one"°way ...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. BRAIDWOOD, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (P5OM 05U OWN CORBESPONDENTs.) BRAIDWOOD, .Turs DAT. The weather on Sunday was cool, with several nice showers. To-day it is fine, withfevery appearance of rain. The nominations for the Braidwood Cup, Town Plate, and Hurdle Race, to be run at. the annual meeting, close to-morrow. A large number of entries are expected. The late ramin have given mining a fresh start, several [claims that were idle being again in full work. The site for the railway station has been fixed about half a mile from the business centre of the town. The. general opinion is that the selection is a good one.. Store cattle are-in good demand. Wal lace and Rowe sell by auction, on Thurs day next, upwards of 1000 head mixed cattle.. PORT MACQUARIE, THIs. DAY. The weather is unsettled. Heavy ehewers fell this morning. WALGETT, Tms DAY. The-weather is warm and like rain. The Barwon and Namoi Rivers are very high, and still rising. The Christmas and New Year Days' sports passed off very quietly. A...
ARKANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
ARKANSAS, Scene-- rude bar-room. Enter Arkan see, with revolvers io his blt and bowie ],nives in his boots. . . uhis is thse griat isiningbnuly droadud,, admired, and always "suffeoring for a ih'bt" He is bent on one now. The meek lsndlord is his victim to-day. oHe.:noans to goad him into a quarrel. Arkansas had. lteen at the inn three days, and got no one to6light. On fihe fourth day Arkhanons got daunk. Presently Johnson, the landlord, csme in, just conifortably social with whisky. 1 " reckon the Pennsylvania lection".-. bcgan-the idmoflensive host. : Aikanssa raised his finger inipresisively, and Jobanson stopped. Arkansas rose an iteadily? ahidseonfronted him. Said lh: ' " ha-+,:what do you know a--about Pennsylvania? Answer methat. Wha qhat do you know 'bout ,Pennsylvania ?" "I was only goid' to say" "You w as only gein' to say. You was'! You was only goi' to say-what was-you geinm to say .That's it ! That's. what .I Swuiant:to know. I want to know wha,-, chsat you (Qri)-wlhat ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
Pmblio N~etioesa FOR: A PEW DAyS. OUR3 GRAND STOCK of DINNER, TEA, AND TOILET SETS, and all kinds of CROCKERY AND GLASS, * at A Cash Discount of 4?. in thePsund, BRAY BROS. 402 and 404 George-street. UCTIONEER'S' NOTIC0E, W. FRASER M?ARTIN, for many yearar Carrying on business as Auctioneer mnd• Commission Agent in Sussex-street, Sydney, and JOHN C. HAMILTON, fies merly carrying on business at 24, Hunter street, and at present at 93, Elizabeth street, as Anutioneer and Property Agent, have entered into PARTNERSHIP. as Auctioneers, Valuators, Property andf General Business Agents, under the name of MARTIN and HAMILTON. Pending the completion of their new Oflices in ,Barristers-court, Elizabeth street, they will carry on business at 93, Elizabeth-street, near King-street.
MR. W. J. FERGUSSON, M.L.A., AT GLEN INNES. A NEW MINISTRY FORESHADOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
MR. W. J. FERGUSBON, M.L.A., AT OLEN. INNES. A NEw MsINISTwY FOREsuADOWED. MIr. W. J. Fergusson, M.L.A., addressed his constituents at Glen Inueson Saturday evening, when about 800 persons were present. The Mayoi' presided. NIr. FEiousoBO explaineds his conduct with regard to the fortmation of an inde petiddnt party. He had been requested to call a meeting, and 40 circulars .wore issuid, to rwhich 22 slcknowledgmiaots were received; andi1i members either attended or expressed their sympathy with the movement. ie alleged that the atteien anse would havd been much larger were it not that many of the members were fright-' oned by the adverse criticisms of the Syd ney press. hie denied the truth of the state ments made by the latter journals that the object of the fombination was to ouist the Dibbs' Governfisent, and it. was Oqually untrue that the meeting ended in a fiasco. Refdrr'ing to the criticisms of the local press, lie denied that he had been returned under the wing of thq Gover...
AFTER THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
AFTER THE HOLIDAYS, .. T' he holidays are daono with, sundon the whole most people are, we strongly isuspeet, very well contented that it is so. It is not so very conifortable, after all,. *to find the tramways, and trains, and steamers crowded to such an extent that you never can tell until you are seated as to whether you will got' a seat or not, and even then are not quite certain as to who will sit upon 'you. It is not nice to sit m a thcatro lwhero three is noroom for yon and no air for you, or to visit the Zoological gardens, where the crowd is so great that the monkey can clutch at your wife's bonnet, and your own bones 'are pressed so near to the tiger's cage that you can see him calculating his chance of picking theni. It is very disappointing to walk into a' leading restaurant and, be told by a pert young lady that. " you can't have nothing till six o'clock, and only grills then, 'cause the cook's gone for a holiday, and it ain't to be expected as 'men'a-with a scornful sn...
WITCHCRAFT. A.D. 1692. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
WITCHCRAFT. A.D. 1692. :See, Ilist~ers Arnie,' faire noighkomirlmyiie,''"'" ion rides a witchiwhen nighto-wihdhis owe? Folk saye that yoe erenano toe goode T joynoethmerrowd inSalen'woode,: ..m When Otoe yotnwoto ~ m givco th'sinii.t . Ihighte wolll miithlese mte path yeao knowe. Inlleetinge.ttid6 Iinvatehdd yath trll.' WThiles godly ?tstottr Farrie pratyed; Year folded insatu e l oe ydr he oa; Bitt Richard aitswerdted~t dahoee. That faie would'tdipt'liim untl ho1,l * WhorclIistrcss Anne, yoer place is mode. Yeu loohe into my Richiardes eyes Withetillglan esa stamelee agrowneo Imound Ahott Iris wriate a haitr, a " he shalrno eight 2ill'our eario Your laster flrstoeshall, tae hhtOtve. tTis net in natutrehe elte'oaldelo.te '' (Whlo loved ano nee whoan Springe wan greene) A ehilde, to hange ucoen yontrgewaoe lie loved me well ini Salem Tet.n . . - - Until tie wanton withhareroo n, lHia hcarte dud inyne crept tip htwdreen L oot Sahrl aiht teoetinowe , Yoiir goadt"t ieyt i"t ore st ide. ...
COACHMAKERS' MEETING. IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
COACHIMAKERS' MEETING. ,ISPo5STA5ST DECISION. A special meeting of the eoaclnnakors was held at the Harley Mewy Hotel 'bier night- to consider the canvas ta bs sddpted consequent upon the refnussl of Mr. C1ank; of Clank & Co., to ~rdnt the ei'ht bones system to their bmp oy'css It was stated at the meeting thlsd Mr'. Elliot and Mr *Canlton, two of the partners in ~the firm Chad-given their consent to the saoptioa of the eight liners. epstein, andi had treated -'the delegates most cousrteously.. , *It was proposed and carricdunanimaonsly that unless the seen ensploycd. hy Messrs. -Clank and Co. were granted the eight-hour syotem. within ooe week , fromt. ycster night they should go out on strike.' It - was also proposed, seconded, and harried without, a -dissentient, tisat the ceaclimakiug trade generally throughout Austsslia he advised by- telegraph of this determination arrived at by the meeoting. Several new members having been en rolled this meeting terminated. This proce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886
fist certldior losppv is tho roso distilid Tins that sehich, oitherisgoo the virgin thorn, Grows, lives, and dies is stogIe blesarilsees. -Sciasesreotin. Thoogh fools opera Hyxeess gostlo powers, Wa who improve his go]dro hours, lay sweet espeeteoco hoos That seorrier, rightly sodersteod, Givcs to the tender sod the ~ieed A toxadise hobo. -Carton. £lOgO.-Ftsst Assual Sale ol Gold nod Silver Jecoellere, \Vntotsea, Ciecho, As. Ito. good coins tar Al, oil nose Chrisixeuc designs. Evoryhudy sos niforsi to give a troocat hy purchasing of tho so. ,noLrojocoollrrd, ted sod Co., cosich oiiroronalthu, 72d, Georgo.. claret coasur Coanpheil.atrgrl,-(Anor,