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NEMESIS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

NE3XESIS. TiE wo?vt "11 welsher, and lio thought, le'd tmake kook:•' . . " " . . And'.' ly hot ogin' the fav'rito for therace. , .Ce aroed, ifth takerowinsrIllslinghmy bloomin' hook, ' , ' o . . . .. .i' Asd'I reckon theyll flod noionoe fir oi placer Hef'd alot of tiekets risotod, with a heautiful blla. cross s hild?.•0, " ,. ! ., : '. . e oaw silver hsi oh woo't shitt ra. .AIf h6 etood' s hold s breass, with tohets in Ehisa ho fcoursemr e 'ere' .'. "r"c" (ASo perptuoelly shoutedl ou tiofs wytin-. -rthe" -- oy . y rice soo e te onic ' oos yorn b(ooiwss t '?oe t too oe hir osso SiXoes , he foue' l I" 'l'ivd's bor thrlee0 Ciias toore who'llo hatoV . it o " ?" t co' " ohieo SNowe, oy' lde, thie b eo fiores tte- 0 ,00 io d silver shield u' .'.. " n. " l ... helol? 1,oi m itoove the edds, and thilthoeOsoO iwhy, , -, ' . .' ? , . * A sold, "Blimyo 'a in't htrte sre's tro nbe enrt .Ae thetroce' is'bioeig roof 'sod thtti yet know ift. so, fly-- . - . .-: •,• . ,". Vhir, strike oe'plnkh I ?'...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, DECEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

fEW Z{ALANhJ. vRDeo OUR OWN COaaESPONDsE'r.) AUCKLAND, DEcEMneR 29. 'ing the, past fortnight, tWo of our Zealand statesmen; have addressed constituents on some of the [g questions now agitating the public '. The first to do so wae Major nson, leader of the Oppoaition, who, addressing his Hawra constituents, : .cecasion, .in a lengthy speech, to lew the administration of the Govern 6t in terms .of considerable severity, views with regard to the projected ten' lon loan were asserted with some prest, as on this point will be roed the. fiercet party fight of t session. First of all, h'e declared intention of resisting such a loan, only likely, under present auspices, sad to wild speculation and, inflation, in four or five years at furthest Would bably superinduce a collapse such as v Zealand had not yet witnessed." Premier (the Hon. Robert Stout) took [early opportunity, after the delivery (Iajor Atkinson's speech, to address his pedin East constituents, and through the country, in repl...

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AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

AQUTATICS. 5. 'N..W. 'ROsiiig Ass8ciation Annual Ofrusctlk"" 210. S tioilal nRegatta. oEtries coe Saturday, e January.16 . . . . " t n0. Smisth's Iafo en i ap Tr1oephy Race .... . aooyoomooboo . Oy ROegatta on o -Fourthl-clout maco, rrioe £-20, Joupury 9 Thih'tdctass race, 3prize ,115, Janouary 10. Second-clata oce, prize b25; Jaotsory 23. Firt-clas race, sprize £35,-Janoory 10. Coslmodores przeo, £o0, Foboroaury 6. er; STDNEY AMATEUR SAILING DIN UBY C . ". Thu following is teh progunsmo of theraoes to bo stiled during srasoo 10t5-ut Jaonary 9.-Open, boats, 20 foot, -half Ileckud boato,2 f0 eetanod suter. ' "."" Joentry 2 bo-o0pnU boats, 22 feet, open heats, 20 frat. bouts r 2 ' February 6,l-Half-dleckedbosoer°5 tn. bell'.drehkd hoats, 22 feet. ". " February 20.--turry.ekurry race for peae boats, slo. do., for half-decked heats. '! ,, Starch 0.--falf-doebed. heats, uver- ' feet und nut eocerdios" 25 fcet? huif-dooked'heats, 20 feol aud utder. ' - Itra'eh 20.--0peo boats, 20 foe ; op...

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WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. The Committee of the Wharf Ldbourers' Union appointed to carry out the annial pienic meets at the Captain Cook Hotel, Millers Point, to-morrow evening, , to perfect the arrangements for the event. As we stated in last issue, this demonstra tion is one of the best carried out in New South Wales. The triumphal car will, as usual, be drawn by four horses, decked with ribbons, and on the occasion the vehicle will contain representations of Captain Cook, Bass, Flinders, Vasco de Game, Maoellan, and other navigators who have distsnguished themselves in the southern world. It is expected that folly 2000 men will paticipate in the pro cession. The new banner of the society will be unfurled et a full meeting of the society to be held in St. Bridget's School room the night before the jptonic, which takes place on Thursday, 14th instant., Chowder Bay has on this occasion been .sekctcd as tbe scene of the picnic, and it is ladmirably suited for the carrying out of a pro...

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JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT IN ENGLAND. LONDON, JAN. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

,JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT IN ENGLAND. [1EUTER'S TELEGRA! J t i. a"nncd 'LONDON, JAN. 3. It d anoucedthat Mr. Williaria Gianthamn, Q.O., has been appiointed to the vacant.judgeship.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

A ~ r~'2 fl~c~C~a ~ A~'tie nr.a I.t~ncn Jam, The youngisli widow of the lateo Sir Julius ]3enedict is engaged to be nussried to Mr. Lawson, who, by the death'ofhi8 relative of tho Daily Telcgraplh, has in herited an enormous fortune. • Ask for Dyason Br0.'s Nectarine Jan.--[Asvr.] c. n1, y. WCII 11 's SOSA l.O'k' iS t[ tC'.tVIC.I?t..'',il ?'O ,..r5 ciLsiur..'- [As, S.]' J Thholrish National League bas ,given orders that Lord Lismore is not to ieceive iiny rent, and his tenants, charmed at the idea, have decided to obey the eommnand. This nost be pleasant news for Lord Lismore, who holds 40,000 acres in the counties of Tipperary and Cork, producing the comfortable rent roll (when paid) of .15,C00 a year. ,.d A ?,l for rsr- Tro.'s -rac:.cmy .u Goes.

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ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

* ATIELETICS. " * FIXTURf, J - ,,?AetA1T.. ". La??el?oeShefield Hadicap 70" guiea and • . ]u3?eagadore Sheffield Hanudica~p, ,5'. " 14 and l6.--Tc',vcasclo" Sheffoldl Hacidiecap..Hati. Sca4s, December 29. Acctaenesse Jaeuerny 9. a6 WlnmaeAtlfletie)Cleb 'prets. ,,, 21,. Bgthurst'Shcfileld rMnnica?,." '" 26. Ean.?t Iaitland Athlotic Gatherie.' 26. ClcdonianiSp1orts Parkes 13 17 20. Sir Joseph. ]ank's tandjeap. Enfaees cloea FeobruaiW' 5. "Handicap,) 1.'obceer$ 15. Acce~taeccesllarch, 6.:.:., ,.

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SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SPORTING. TU7141 FIXTUhIES. , 1880, rx 'o? .'." ' . Victorian Chub (annaul) 13, 14. l~ega. .... " 14,1. Tasmuniun Tu~rf Club. .20, 1, 22, Tasmania. Rcig Club.' IC'J. hloaehihll,,? . . 23. losebill Race Club. 4,?"'.} 3,,ac Jaeuctiou. .7 :', , . 26, 27. Junco, o 26. Sd?key Trt Club, 1audw4 e l Eatrie, Jan tary4; huandiap. Jantutra?,o ' It , 28, 20. Ger1oag IC 80. Windsor Farm Racing Club. Eutribs, Jauuary 2, 4. lraidwood .C. .....'... " • 1l, ',. 14w :Englund. 17 nod 1. :lcthurst.Turi Club " 27. lRoo lhilL -. ,. ' .,, 1,4. New EnolandAnnual, 4,2. 'Ore oara J.., : ,'.'', 11,1. 1NewcastleJ C 11. Victoria Amateur .C, 18,19. Baosiwa 20. Caiterbury Park Rlaco Club 2-4, 2o. Croekel. ' , 27, VR.el. C. Sotrmn. ". 2. Ro eh l . O""•:? Icto ," r . .." 4,6. V. 1. C. Autamn . : ",.' . .. 17,1 "G,,,,uldagn, .T'Oekey Clntb 24, 15.Tu,,a,,tT.C 27. Canterbury Park Taco Clult 0. Roosehill . . .... . ,. 1. .oseciawe. (A ar t CI.- : 4. Canterbury 2'arka linen CIab .' ,22 ? Cutnbr Par. TacoBP.' C

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SWIMMING. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SWU~flflNG. - - JA1qUhU~. O.-Balrnn4u S ming Club.

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CYCLING. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

* ., CYCLING. JA~UA]LY.. -20. .Duljbo B.C. S~ ort~ Meeting, Dubbo.

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THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. The tug'of war between the shipowners and the wharf labourers how on strike will probably begin to-day. Yesterday there was a kind of armed truce, both sides being engaged in celebrating the annual holiday; but it.was evidently only the calm that presages the storm. Work wao entirely suspended on allthe vessels at the wharves, and they were profusely decorated with bunting. The onlysteanser on which any., woe~k was .being done was Messrs. Huddart and. Parker's Alert, where two or three of the crew were leisurely engaged .in discharging and loading cargo in, preparation for an excursion trip to Geelong at, four o'clock in the afternoon. The Union S.S. Com pany's Rotomahana, and the. A.S.N. Com pany's Ly-ee-moon, were also alongsideths wharf, but no work was proceeding, * Here and there a stray picket belonging to thfe Labourers' Union might be seen keeping, a vigilant 'eye on surrounding objects, but there was apparently very little, necessity for any wat...

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INSPECTORS' STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

INSPECTORS' STOCK REPORTS' CooreAMBLEs.-Unsettled, heavy clouds; at times very warm during the last two days. Slight.spring in the pasture in all parts of the district. ?.1ater supply plentiful in most parts, since the. rain of last week. 3020 mixed sheep from Tuckey Plains to Moree. NAsiANDERA.-Intense heat, thunder storms in the south. Over an inch of rain' at Yarraba on 31st ult. Pasture scarce on roads, runs provided with dry grass, and- a little green where rain has fallen. Water supply failing owiig to the intense heat. Some roads have surface water occasioned by thunderstorms. IUME.-Weathier intensely hot, slight shower on Saturday. Pastuce looking green; water supply in one ootwo places ehort, but generally plentiful OcArroN Ann CASINO.-Very nice rains have fallen, 142 points at Grafton. Pas ture greatly improved; water supply ,ore plentiful, but many of the principal von cusps and holes are still-dry, -

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

INTEflCOL0NIAL TELE8GiAMS3 (rnoe ouse own oae eme :. MELBOURNE, Tuss DAy', It is stated.that before his departure for the Federal Council, Mir. Berry will call a meeting of the Liboral pat ty, and foi mally resign its leadership. Mr. Service is also taking steps to publicly defend his Govern ment ,from the .charges of corruption recently made against it. Parliament is likely to be dossolvedd2fnd Febriuary.'' i The Geeiong wharf labourers, have struck. -,The Union state they cannot contribute to, their support, but recomn mended them to'form aunion. The owner talk' of' laying up the small steamers, and concentrate their efforts on keeping the larger ones afloat.' There are indications that the owners are likelyto.ask 'for a conference with the men. The first batch of now' men from .Adobiide will arrive to-day. During the performance of" Henry V." at the Opera House a portion of the icenery 'fell.; Miss Braybrooke Hender-' s~n (Mrs. Rignold) narrowly escaped being killed. The wand hel...

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MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

MINING TOPICS. Pinnacle Group Silver-mining Company, Limited, under date 26th December.-The continuance of the wet weather and the holidays have prevented much work being done this week. The crosscut from the galena lode is now in about 8 feet. It is still a lode, stuff carrying a good deal o galena. A start was made to* open up in a lode at the southern end of. the hill, where galena ore was found assaying 98 ounces of silver per ton. On getting down 3 feet exposed a lode of heavy galena 18 inches thick, which assayed ll8 ounces silver per ton. Work has been continued in the north cap. Samples taken to-day assayed 122oz. silver to the ton. The hauling and sorting of ore has been discontinued till next Tuesday. Boiler has been cleaned and examined, and found to be as sound as when built in, with no deposit of salt. Everything in order for a start-plenty of water, ore, fluxes, and coke.. The Ballarat weekly reports are as fol lows:-New North Clunes Company, Clunes.-The lodd in the no...

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H.R.J. CLUB MEETING. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PORT MACQUARIE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

H.T.J. OLUE MEETING: (FROut OUR O1, COI?RESPONDENT.J P1OR( MACQUARIE, Tins DAY. Saturduy's rting in conneetion with the fIlI.J. Club was well attended. Every thing passed off agreeably. The Mares' Produce Stakes was won by Moresco. H.R.J.C. HANDICAP. * 14 A. Spencees Laurel........,...I2 IV. 0. MOIsbIhons Fuglemeun ... ..2 Cochnne's Nutmeg... , .... 3.. ... 3 Laurel went out the favourite, and after running second for the first quarter of a mile forged ghead, and won easily without whip. Time, 3min. 51-sec. Florence secured the Consolation Stakes.

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SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SPORTING TOPICS. The Sheffield Handicap, 150 yards, at Wagga on Now Year's Day was won by Irving in 15 seconds. - This afternoon the general entry for the Sydney ''urf Club races on Anniversary Day will close. For the Hawkesbury Stakes and the Hawkesbury Autumn Handicap entries will close to-day with Mr. S. S. Gust, secretary, Richmond. The match between the Yass and Goul burn cricket teams was concluded on Saturday, and resulted in an easy win for the former in one innings. The Oriental Cricket Club 'was badly beaten by the Surry (Sydney) team, the scores being-Surry, 218; Oriental, 60. The match was decided on tIe firstinnings, although the Orientals, having followsed on, made a better stand in their second, five wickets having fallen for 134 runs. Time prevented the match from 'being decided by the two innings. lThere are still a large number of racing and athletic meetings to come off during the earlylpart of the month in this district. On January 8 races will take place at Numm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

Special Advertisements. T HE GLOB'E. SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to eitlher paper are requested to , SEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through . the nearest. Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION:. LOBE.-8 PAGE PAPER. PRICE 1n. " Quarterly, in advance, Os. Gd.; booked, Ps Gd. S UND AY T.IME S SB 8-PAGE PAPER.I -P PRICE 2n. Quarterly, in advance, 2s. ; booked, 2s. Gd [DARRAMATTA.-- Persons requiring . . The Globe and B1udayj 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 6JD. "EDAO T. "lDALMAIN.-Mr. H. A. WEST, Beattie L_) street, is appointed Sole Agent for the "Sunday Times" newspaper in Bal M?ESSES. RYDER and SON have been appointed SOLE AGENTS foer the sale of this paper at Lithgow and surrounding district... THillE NATIONAL BANK. OF AUS .A_ TRALASIA.- ' Incorporated b...

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WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 4, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

WINDJ AN?D WEATHER REPORT.)', Janosry 4, 9 p~m. SosoNeT,--E., cioutly, thormometor 74 io shade. ALttANY,--E., flee." IIAOOOO^UOOY.--S., ?lull, tea smooth. ItATesANte lsy.--S.E.., flole, seat smooth. ELtstLINGEE HsEAs,-Calm, cloudy, sets smooth. CLARENtCE' HosesD.-S., flimO, sea smooth. Coro. HAWese.--S.W., floe, sos smooth. Eoe~s.--E., doll, eca smooth. GAitO IoIsoD.--SE., file, 00ea smoetls. GREEN CarE.-N.E., cloudy, sets modoratto. J EoV1s ]3A.--Cflho, cloody, tea smooth. Hisuos..--E., cloudy, soa smooth. ''" M?ACLOOT Ilossos.-N.E., file, 000 soitoth. HossANiNO lflae.-AS.?, flnos, too iodorsto. IdOtoeA HsevS,-N.E., tooe, oea smooth. Nu?'MooccRs HeADB,-S.W., flue, too siusoth. N-eoWCssTi.o.--S,, cloitdy, tots sototh, I'oiee HseQUe.Eie.--S., shiowery, tots smoosthi. "POr.T SToreoIES.--S.E., rtainiog, sets smouoth SeaL ltOOKS.--Csl~o fitte, sea osmooth. fl0UTii Hr^.-o-S.E. cloudy, too smooth. 'TeoAr:A.--EN.E., tlite, sea smooth. T£WEie HIeait.--S., cloudy, sea moodorato. "UULs~eLoL.-...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

THE MAILS. lillils will b roade up nt tFer Genoral Post Ofico for the cdeudctloenor ricdloan tin follows - OlcLTEORcns, eoer Woodb... .. . 4 7 p.m. A rc?c.Ahcoverlrnd, RTHEMlbeOirTS .,. 4,7p.m. HODmsR EAND NOcTETON, overland to CLAeNCooroV, aol thonco per stOamer 3.30 p.m. OAI cxtT asnd L l NEc ZEAAN, .v ra Edoe m, Flora .. .. . ... ... 31p.a DU encor ecd ICNVO~flAnlItaiL--Oeeliaad-t teo~olboanarand t~lreco|perllotoniit. Irona . .. . .. . 3.30 pinl. raceT lIAcqUAirIE, per Fersnsoout .. 8 pi.l, FoonceOUne per Ferecioust . ,. 8 ps.. TUEcDAY. OlaciceAe OliVEs, par "Woodlrsrn .. Span .. DhnlcOSOA cAN ISORTjiEsN PORses per Archror... . .... ... 0 s .lu Inlsscoac airs l?Ofewesice PasTa, per Busrrwrl... . ..... .... 3 pin. CLotENec Olives, per City of Gasfton ... 8 Pi.. AeccLAac siri all NEro ZcAtnir parts, por To Acnu... . ..... 3p~m. Fiji, VIA NcEWASTLE. peor Fiocra .. .. ira~. Uc?iTED K?irracO cAN Coe~risrnaT Or threire p~er Oriest; iteatser Paltosi 611.10.

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THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

THE DAY'S DOINGS. * A third edition of the Globe will be pub lished shortly after 4 o'clock, containing the latest local news and telegrams froe all parts of the world. The third edition matter will be placed on our eighth page. His Excellency the" Governor, at the invitation of the Council of the Geo graphical Society of Australia, will this afternoon pay a visit of inspection to the' exhibition of curios collected by the New Guinea Expedition, and now displayed at. the old Art Gallery. Lord Carrington will be accompanied by Lady Carrington and suite. At Waverley, yesterday, the opening ser vices in connection withanewPresbyterian Church were celebrated in the presence of large congregations at both morning and evening services. Tihe new building is intended for a school hall, the churcel proper having yet to be built. There ie accommodation for about 100 persons, and the cost of the structure has been £950, of which seun £100 has been paid. The land, which was bought for £600, has...

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