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ADELAIDE. DECEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

* ~oa ADELAIDE. .(noURov OWN cersorR ExScrN.) Chist... ss, wit. . alt Decauaca.28 . SChrno as, with all its joys and sorrows, is nowa thing of the past. Whilst the festive season lasted we all tried to fdrget, our troubled and to present a smiling face to the World. Great was the cry of de pression prior to Christmas; but with. the appiraeh of Sasta Claus the cries beeame silenced, and now we are looking forward avith that hope which it is said springs eternal in the humnis breast to the jubilss year' of 1880. We were favoured witsh lovely cool weather, wbich brought relief from a season of terrible heat. * Amidst all our gaisty.we have also had' sad news; but, saddest of all, perhaps, was the death of Mr. Gerald Fox, a member of the Govcrmsont Survey Staff. Four years sgo Mr. Fox married the daughter of a sheepfarmer, and a few years aftei' wards the Government ordered him to the far north to take charge of tie trigno metrical party. For four years he suc cessfully laboured at this...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NELL'S REVENGE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

NELL'S REVENCE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. 'eiode arid many wild and pretty spots on the north-east coast of England, but few are miere lovely thran Peninan's Bay. It is a picturesque little place, situate in the midst of dangerous rocks, with miles of steep, frowning cliffs away to the right and left. Stretehing before us, until water and sky seem to meet, is the clear, blue North Sea, the waves of which love the. soft, sandy beach, and whil and eddy around the rocks, making the sweetest music. At the top of the eFffs, as far as the eye can see, are woods, with here aid tlhere patches of green, all combining to add g:?.sity to the scene. u~lehovel little spot, about tbe * of the nineteenth centuiy, lived SALE. "d Will Day, the pride of the :?. s.,rn's]3aywhieiswai at fisid, GO s. around, but of whc I, o Customers O. .s - Ok- U,, Nlle was , CROWDED' OUT O: p-ide of the ,i are earnet ly hair, whichl hsUs . .. CALL A( shoulders, soft blue.. - would have been dio-r-- for a slight bronze i 1 ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS. HAY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

COUNTRY NEWS. -..ioxn oUr own coaiiisri.O"is'sT.j,. HAY, SAtuRDAY. Th c holidays have passed ofei quietly, the weatlhes beidg atrociously ho.t '"alli througlig Buisiness generally very quiet. Ther wo" CANDELLO, SAvuitny. ' There was a heavy rairifall lsnig ight. TOCYULIWAL, SOrtiitDAY. An accident occurred .ini the last race ef the meeting here ystearday' which dis agreeably ,marred an otherwise. pleasant day's sport. There were twelve starters ii the race. All got away together, and raised much duist as they travelled.. When the horses came in Mr. Robert Hennessy oiseed his horse Silverthread and' its sider.. Not till then was it known that an'accident had occurred. The .course is thibclly timbered, mid with the dust the view was obhtructed. Subsequently it was found that Silverbthread had swerved and collided against a tree, breaking its rider's (Dan Donnelly) thigh. The horse, a valu able one, has since died of its injuries. After Donnelly's leg was bandaged in splints and made a...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT SHERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

ABOUT SHERRY. catural sheorr xroduced in Spain is not, as sms r '' . ? vcetish wine, or oexos bvho know when. 'olic strenglh. r?" HALF PRICE. * quality, tech o " is a white *sfew days have been r. and left ."TE PALACE " hish are oquested to atmosphere lAIN. ce of the wine. - 2 'Mcn . way will, turn Fr?]l'TLposo which atre suitable for -,J prodsuh%'en pf sherry rehrot the effect of the atmosphere, so far as acetifieation is concerned, but become changed by reason of the action of the oxygen so as to develop .lhe well-known sherry taste, which is described, technicall'y, as oxida tion of the alcohol.. Wines that will pro dare sherry naturally may sffion be founa to. develop on their surface 4 scum, con 'sisinog of a certain germ of fucgoid nature, "known 'to scie itists as the; m'ycodermca vini.: These germs actingr'apon tie alco hol in wine consimne it more or less, but do cot convert it into acetic acid. In fact the presende of this germ is a protection of the wine agaisist acetifid...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

INTERCOLONIAL. NEW . " ADELAIDE, SATua. AY. : A sensational case of attempted murder and suicide of the would be murderer took phllice it Blyth yesterday. James Sampson a farmer, called on Charles Freeman, lesse of the Government well, and askedforpay mnent, of an. old account.. High. words ensued.. . Sampson : was , standing just outside the .doors of the hst when: Freemain made use, of* a vilexsexpression. Sanipspn then told him tha if ,he repeated it -he would hit hini. O£. this Freeman stepped back and picked etfe his gnin and firbd it at Sampsoei,.hiniietingia frightfulj wouid on the side of Isis neck. Sampsdit then ran to liis own liousoe bleeding all the wayi. Dr.i Smith was soon in attelid ,nce,?ndunider his skilful treatment Samp sonis doieigaswellas can ?e expected. Fine man after shooting Ssinpson walked to the' house of a neighbour, and tbld him of the occurrence, essuring him that the police ivould not take himnalive. The neighbour tried to get possession of the. gun, b...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF A FAMOUS ACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

DEATH OFr .AmOSs ACTOR. John MacCullougls, the famous Amerlcan actor, died at his residen'eeintPlhiladelphia, at five minutes past 1 o'clock on the after noon of November8. McCullough's4leath. although not eptirely unexpected, occurred quite suddenly, and was due, as Dr. Hugo Engol, his: physieian,. says, to "an affec tieu of the brain, caused by blood-poison sing," Dr. Engel asserts that leCullouglh uas not insane,.and that it was a mitake to have placed liis i" BloomimigdAildasy nlu, where he,was confined, for. a number of weeks: His failing mental odweits were first noticed in the early part of January, 1884 (says the Alla Oaliforsia), and in April of that year he made a lamentable failure of " Othello" in .Washington. Aftcr that his aieent manifested itself at various .times in a loss of memory, the prompter at times being obliged to follow him about the stage. - In' the Summer of 1884 he spent some time in Carlsbad, Ger many, and returning to this country in August, he played a...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

*.PABADISE. Oh, Paradise must fairer be Than all on eaith ?eallbn ' Oh, Žvoui. that ?froni trouble free e's61 there secuetly dwelling , IY Paradis'a'rier clear Of heavenly love is streaming, Where every bitter earthly tear. A lueid.pearl is gleaniOg. In Paradise soft breezes blow To cool the heart's hot fever : The pangs and Mains that heroe we know They waft away forover, . SIn: lareditee, en greenest glade, :.?" ..-The tree of Peare ie planted ; - . The sleeper underneath its shdo"de - By blissful dreams is hounted. A.heeeorb sentry at the gate : His wakeful watch is keeping, Lest worldly din should penotrate :,To rouse oce, oweetly sleeping, ,... .,My heart, that shattered hark, will thete SBe safe in harbour riding , Its eve restless infast, Clare, Bo lulled to rest abiding; Foe every thorn that gave a wound A rose will there be borne me; Andjoy that here no roses found, With rosy wreaths adorn me. There will all pleasurcsbreathe aundbloos, That here unttmely wetbbred, Atdblosso...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE; OR DOCTOR GRUNDY'S PATIENTS. I--JACK GANDER'S HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

LARRIKINS AS THIEY ARE; On DOCTOR GRUNI)Y'S PATIENITS. fly EDWARD ErLIS. I--JACK GANDER'S HISTORY, ChirnD ' oy onifou ro l otho, Tounaruu, tho Iiocriuol," Yoru re.ory osre you're goin~ otmighit .-roAriotohuru rho Fog A7oL I., soono 2. No onc io afraid, of a doctor, ox cepting, perhaps, the head of a family, .who enjoys, of course,, the periodical rileeof payingff his bill. Even I'aorfmilas imslftho half-yoarly ordeal oror, is fiftcen times as con lidential with the doctor as he is with the wife of his bosom, and the lady of the house, as a rule, imitates theo action of her huoband. My own opinion is that when Mrs. Grundyr has said her say, as she calls it, she has left mere unsaid, and I always feel very glad of it. I believe the reacon why doctors so seldom attend their own wives and children professionally is simply because they do not desire to know so much about them as they do about other peolle. If this be the carse, no indeed it iinhighly genteel circles, it is niot woiiderfu...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

ANNUAL $NCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION •, AS'SU ??c?' . ....". * ,~lge . 5s? •?Ac u.oy.. ..'" LIGHTNING lT.,C. . -,( Wanted. .ITANTED, CANVASSERS for the TV Busiday Times and "Globe news. papers; good opening for respectable energetic men. Apply at the Globe offce, from 9 a.m. tilll a.mn. "rITANTlD Smart'YOUTH, able to read V s:e.manuseript well". Apply Globe ?tITANTED.-A Competent COUNTER V V. CLERK. Apply Globe and HSsday Tims Oflfice, King-street. .Shipping. COMPAGNIE DES MESSAGERIES MARITIMES. DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION FROM SYDNEY to MARSEILLES, via MELBOURNE, ADE LAIDE,MAURITIUS, and SUEZ CANAL, BOOKING PASSENGERS THROUGH to LONDON, OVERLAND, via MAR $EILLES. Steamers under postal contract with the. Government of .Franee. The service is carried on by powerful steamers of 4000 tons and 8000 effective h.p., built expressly for the Australian and New Caledolan line, which will be despatched as follows : Steamer. Cemmander. Sydney at NeT1esso 5 Jseey ...P OON Lev eatlem Seseics ... .id...

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VIENNA. THE MERRIEST CITY IN EUROPE. (Correspondent Chicago Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

VIENNA. TuE MIERRIESTa.CITY IN EUROPE. (Correseoncant Chicago Herald.) Vienna, Oct. 4.-While wandering among the deserted streets and stores of Vienna this summer I have again and again been reminded of the ever busy, thronged, and pushing metropolis of the West, for a glaring contrast abroad recalls most vividly the scenes and life at home., It is really anousing to see the puzzled, astonished faces of strangers, who seem to ask, in utter amazement: "Where are the life and gaiety about which we have read so much ?" It seems almost as if some terrible plague had smitten this fair Paris of Austria, and wrought a suddan and do plorasle.change. And this conjecture is not faramiss, for not only the people who. live in the really hot quarters of Vienna, but also those who have homes surrounded by gardens in the subusbs, shut up their houses, send away their servants, leave dear "Schany" to the tender mercies of, olher equally deserted husbands, and away they go to some miserable, dingy, ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

COMING OF AGE. So Jack, my boy, you are twenty-one at last. I dare say you have looked forward to this very important day in your life's history with impatient expectation. Youth lives in the future, old age in the past. My coming of age was very different from yours, Jack. You never heard of it? No, I know you haven't. You would like to hear it ? Well, as we have a few minutes to spare before our guests arrive, I will tell you the story. It is over fifty years since the circumstances I am about to relate happened; but I have good reason to remember that particular and important anniversary of my birth. Like yourself, nothing would satisfy me but the career of a soldier, and my poor mother, much against her will, was com pelled to purchase a commission for me n a erack cavalry corps. At that time the Peninsular War was caging, and the regi ment to which I had the honour to belong was there fighting the French, and, according to my youthful ideas, gaining immortal renown. I longed to...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEKEEPERS' ROOM. THE BUSY BEE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

HOUSEKEEPERS' ROOM. THE BUSY BEE. BY ADAM. " Oh, lice, come take a holiday, You needn't be so busy, You llit so quick, from flower to flower, You make me fuel so dizzy." "Your invitation's very sweot, These lilies are far sweeter, My queen bee's waiting in a rose .I promised there to meet her . We've lots of work to do to-day, The Summer'o nearly over, Our hive io not quite filled up, 'Ia, tit I see some clover."

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOO LOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

T ioo Looicrs Spimetints stirange difliculties are en-. couptered by the young ladies who ar6. endravouring to teach Christianitytoethe Chineser in the Sunday schools of the imetropolis. One of the mosoconscientious asf ell as one of thebrightest and prettiest. of these teachers, was attempting in a Brooklyn school recently to inculcate upon thelheathen mind of a sleek-looking .Mon golion the lesson of charity towards all.s '; God loves every one," she said. " We should love every one." The Chinanman looked meekly up into her face and quietly asked: ' 'Does God love me ? " "Yes," the young lady replied. "Do you love everyone P ". was the next pointed inquiry. ''?es," she answered, " Do you love m. se '! Y-y-yes." ""Will you marry nie ?'" There was no duiect answer to tlhs question, but the teacher has since changed her pupil for a Chinaman of 16ss logical turn of mind. * The traflic receipts of the six great French railways from 1st October to 7th October show a decrease of 1,080,00...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STONEMASONS' DISPUTE. THE CASE OF THE MEN. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

;THE STONEMASONS' DISPUTE. TuE CASE OF THE Mace. (To tho Editor of the Globe.) Sir,-In your issue of December 31, there appears a paragraph the result of an interview between Mr. Jennings, con trisctor, andeone of your: staff, with refer ence to the strike of stonemasons at Manly Beach. , With your permisoloi, Iwill endeavour to explain away what I must characterise as: a tissue of inaccur'cies and inuendoes, supplied to you by Mr. Jennings in lieu of a fair explanation of the state of affairs. I will sum up the report in as few'words as possiblp. Mr. Jennings states that his foreman had one hour's notice to discharge tse non union man Drummond, or the others would leave-the employment. I most emphatically deny this. The men never demanded the discharge of Drum mond, but merely told the forman that unless he (Drummond) joioed the Society, they would have to leave the job. Then, again, Mr. Jennings states that a deputation waitedl on him next day and demanded the discharge of the man...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOBILIZATION OF THE GREEK FORCES. ATHENS, JANUARY. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

MOBiLiZATION OF THE GREEK FORCES. [REUT3 E 8 TELiEluM.&i. ATHENS, JANUAny. 3. Tlhe Greek military forces arc now being massed on the frontier.

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A REPORTED RIOT. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

A REPORTED RIOT.. (To the Editor of the Globe.) Sir,--Tho Opetiki Herald of New Zea land credits yout with having the following. in your colimns on the 25th November : "A serious riot has taken place, at the Hot Lakes, New Zealand, during which the Palact Hotel was seized, and the police and civilians maltreated." Allow me to state that the above is a fabrication so far as the Palace Hotel is concerned. There has never been any disturbance of. such a nature as your report. The 'article in. question has evidently got mixed, up. A disturbance did occur at a place named Te Wairoa, about 10 miles from here, but the name of the house was .not the Palace Hotel, and there is only one of. that name in this region. . I hope in fairness you will give this :reply the same publicity as the article complained of. The Palace .being one of the leading hotels in the Hot Lakes. district, might have its reputation seriously injured-wore yosur report permitted to pass unchallenged.--I am, yours truly,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARREST OF THE BISHOP OF MOMBASSA. LONDON, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

ARREST OF THE BISHOP OF MOMBIASSA. LII EUTrR'S 'TEEGRAM.' LONDON,' JAnUA1rY 3. News has been received here from Mombssa that tho King of Uganda has caused the Rov. J. Hannington, Bishop of Mombassa, to be arrested, and it is further reported that the King has given orders for his exceu tion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SOCIAL. Some 25 or 30 couples atlended a social party on Friday evening given by Mr. P. Kelly, of Lynton, Church-street, P~arra matta, in honour of the approaching mar riage of his eldest daughter to a late resi dent of the "historic borough." A very enjoyable evening was spent by the guests, a number of whonm came from the anbiurbs and various portions of' the districts around. Dancing was kept up until a late hour, when the gathering broke up. Time "observed of all observers" looked hser beat, and was bright and cheerful during the wholeofthle evening.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

i, SYDNEYT'.URF: CLUH, iThe following weightn Were doo~redi One meilotitheo furlongs,. 8 t. lI' aLt.'l Tom.Brown ..... 0 Nepicallina ... 8 11 "0.elolowJec .. 1 Cardlgo,|,. 6 l0 : Aeolyte . 81-,, E :gle Onango . 61I0 Rimes' ... . 8 8 Tnakabnmniei •. .8 18 Ilerlln.8. 8 Wallanera ... 86 18 Tempo,] .. 8: 6 .l'ott rl.8... 8 Honeydew:. 8.. 8. Faugh.a.Blallgh 86 8 b?lnerna .., ;...8I Bonnie B?oo .., 8 P?rince lInporinl... 8 Dagoboert . 8 Ontonb~.. ... 8 4Hin Worship..,. .. 8 Ba lce'...8 4Emilius.ne I. Colotonr .... 84 Herman ... ..:,' Worneigk ..; •. 8 2Abeor ... Wing .'... 82 Loenex . .. Stntifordl .... ... *8 2 Pllyllia Snidielr Boy,.. 2' Reoruit Coriolenna .. Magnifier... .. Imlatohlock .. 8 0 Tilda . ..G Bllown and Bose... 8 iiLiborte Co'riseond Blne... 88Cnreloea . :Lord Enetor ... 88Corday lien lieu 7.12 ..eit ;ozon ..:... 718 Old oed{ ... 6 Folly.'. 7... • ,Iei .. . T6oln Mlyloo-na-Coppl~ln 7 89 Si. 0dilla ..'.. Enroolydna ... 7. 8 Mlastee Croft 4 Glontilt ... .7 8 eperet . .. 64 Ln...

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AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

A AMUSEMENTS. , OPERA HOUSE. "Across the Continent" replaced"Baffled" on Saturday -evening at the New Opera House. The drama was introduced by a prologue, the scenes of which and of the first three acts of the play proper are laid. in New York. The final scene, which closes with an engagement between the redskins and the palefaces, represents a Union Pacific railway station in the Rockies. Mr. J. L. Hall, as Denisis O'Dwyer, was the life of the piece, and caused much amuse ment by his humorous acting. Miss Docy Mainwaring only - appeared in the pro logue, where she represented Bridget O'Dwyer, and curtain-lectusred poor Den nis in Hibernian language. Mr., H. N. Douglas, as Joe Ferris, was the hero, whose manly sentiments and actions in thwarting the villain, ably taken by Mr. W. E. Baker, were frequently applauded.: AlIr. H. Power was a black attendant, who, being stage struck and a member of-a coloured dramatic troupe to boot, vastly amused the audience- by his quo tations and misq...

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