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DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

DE PARTUREs.-JoNUAT?". otFrior ts,38t7 Captain Co noiS. 0. on, foo for iloEgkongQoeensland torts, Thorsday Inland, antollort Darwin. loasonogoro : dr. anodl is. WV. (3. Itiorrny, Sintors of lteroy (?), lioy. J. formu, :Messrs. .1. Wihlridgo, Olaf Jonoon, J. A. Chalmors, 31. llrodbory, F. Lotoobor ; SI in thin stoeroge, also t* hieo JooooA4 4. * ?Flora, 533 oons, Catptoin 1. Ilononson, for Hobart,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

SA~uotions. BRJ GIHTONT ESTATE. LADY ROBINSON'S BEACH. VIA BOCKDALE STATION (nllawara Railwy Line), USAYWELL S TRAMWAY. CHOICE WATER FRONTAGES. CHOICE WATER FRONTAGES8. SPLENDID LEVEL-BUILDING SITES Withhargefronteges find great depthe; Overlooking BOTANY BAY, Aiid out through the BOTANY HEADS Tote PACIFI OCEAN .Als frm his lovely pot can be seen~ A*At i pnotnoed deeovseF iier mui It is siuate at the corner of Bay-street. and fronts the Grand parade, which are± traversed by SSAYWELL S TRAMWAY LINE ?y means of which it is posible to leave the City on the Illawarra Railway aA'dllbeol conveyed to the Estate in twenity minutes. Thee Rtailway Bornieo ss alrealy of a yery 'ecommedating character there lhbingil6 t.mins daily, and the numberrsnusht soone be increased, as population' is s vetli? r ?r .rapidly al slng the I1awarrs Railway No one can spak defineoely as to he future of thei locity but it ,does not re" 'quire a PROPHET ,', . " "w -eany .'grand Toriade'hd Pta~aaes; !plsnldid ccs ...

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

Auctions. ST.,PETER's TO LIV ER S POOL, 11'rolposed ]Looplino of Railway. .£2 ,EOI E OT £ B EACONSFIELD ESTATE ,.BEACONSFI.ELD .ESTATE., ,?EAC?ONSF1ELD ESaTAT., '. On tho proposedl "' .LOOP-LINE ... " of . ' ;T. ,PETERS t~o LIVERPOOL . ¶TlIIE .BELMORE''"? .?h ?o???. in?¢."OLAND. ' ..COMPANY," ; .. .. . II 3, Pitt Street:,Sydney. ... .iMMENSE FR{ONTAGE to the.. 2MAINOEOROE'S RIVER RoAD . . -arel Bore of the "'.- ' '' ' :CUMRBELAND" ...., . o '' .. oho0 seenfr?m ' "nn I-,h?"IDGE ;INTERSECTING: : ' • .... ,,,STATE. ? Quarter-acsre Blockii," ,. " P roating -lI F~EET, STREETS ofKand WIDE ROAD., TOEN' TITLE. , o? convey" inending purehaeera to ?tho *BEA. CONS-IELD ESTATE , ?" I'HE LAN]) CLEA1 lD STUMPED mid the TiT'LE is TOERENS, CALL FOE PLANS O BAIN USTC . 'all particulars of the Managers; or .ERTRAM SMITH, la, d a- d Estate Ageot, Exchmige-obaiubers. 89S, King-street, Sydncy. £2 DPOSIT ER LOT. £ ST,PETER'S TO LIVER POOL, 3'ropsedt Loopline of Railway. Autctions. C EEE:WOOD SUBDIVISION....

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COUNTRY NEWS. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 4 January 1886

COUNTRY NEWS.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) GOULBURN. At the Police Court yesterday several individuals whose spirits got the better of their discretion on New Year's Eve, and who made things generally rather warm for the celestial residents of the city were fined in various sums.       The rifle match between Goulburn and Windsor teams was won by the former by 40 points, the highest scorers being, for Goulburn, Private Boseley 60, and Lance- Corporal Fowler 53; and for Windsor, Private F. Cupitt, 49.     An inquest was held on the remains of a man named James Hill, who was found lying in a stable at his residence with a handkerchief tightly tied round his neck and a strap attached to a beam above him. A verdict that the deceased had hanged himself was returned. Joseph Turney, aged 65, died very suddenly on Thursday, at Wallenboen, where he was employed by Mr. Alexander Mackay. At an inquest on Friday, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

AGENTS "SUNDAY-TIMES." THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED -,RO.Il THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Mr. Jolhi Varnoy, Bayfstret, Globe Mrs. Chapman, Bridge He.so, Forest Lodge MIr. G. Cass.lla, Elizabeth.street, Belmoro Park Mr. John Fsthor, Elizabothbstreot, past Bothrstl stro et . Mr. B. Kahn, 37 GeorgeC-troot West Mrs. Moore, 21 Gloeb,~oint Road Mr. Frost, 84 George-street, Campordown Mr. G. Gough, Tobacconist, Olebo.road Sir. Wellman, Georgeo-treet West, opposite Bail way Statlon Mir. C. Brown, 1George.-streot West Mr. G. Hilliard, 103 King-street. Newtown Mr. J. C: Vounesb, 21 l Kig-streot, Newtowe Mr. J.'T; Jones, Tobacconist, ?anly Mr. M. GCnnon, 217 Oxford-street, oppositegao. Mr. John L. Berghoeofr, 819, Pitt-stroeot Mr. Goode. Canterbury.road, Pterelmm ... Mrs itebell, Neolson.-street, Potersham Mr; How, Parnunatta.road I'r. Flynn, 249 Oxford-street, opposite gaool Mr, G. Everard, 112.Oxford-stroet Mrr. ?louniog, 8 Oxford.street " ' Mr, S. Scandritt, Church.street, Parramotta Mr. 1. J...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MOUNTAIN FLOWER AND SPIRIT BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

llTHE MIOUNTAIl FLOWER AND SPIRIT BIRD. : "Come tell me .a story," says Bright eyes, looking earnestly up .at..me; so I told hei tlihe fllowing':- Once upon a time long ago, a king and. queen dwelt in a grand castle on the edge of a mighty forest. - The sun rose and set, and lights and shadows fell upon that nwood year after year. The,birds sang all sthe summer day, and often far into the .night, but never a child's voice was heard there; and yet the grasshoppers chirruped <as if they were ashappy as they could be, and didn't wish any_.children to come to <their green grass world.to disturb them. i Now, in spite of all this singing and cheerfulness on -the. part of birds and insects, the king and queen were sad and 'lonely,.. The.good .queen, in the.kindness of her heart would not hear of little birds being shut up in cages, shut out from the clear air and limitless space, so when Winter came the -great -castle seemed 'gloomy and silent. ""' i Beautifuland wond...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE" [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

AGENTS FOR THE "GILOBL'r The GLOOIB Is inow eOlrgfod to Eight PMage o flfly.ntx collm.,l In all. I othoa becoome , HE LABGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER IN AUSTRALIA. 'The GLOBE can be obtained off the follo~wai agents: SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS F. JT. Barker, 85 Sussex.stroot Samuel Barter, Bialmain wet " Ilookltall Company, King-stroot tram and Ilafere Statitln S.Y.Y lurnet, Woollahr? Sainnuo l shlby, 4w Vine-street, Redfoer Joseph Cndoann, Central lalmain lIrs. Davis, KOnt-streot W. Catll t, Harris-street, Ultimo SW. L. Canetoa, 111 Clarenno-street ir. C. Clark tram terminus, Marrickvllle J. Croft, 95 Williar .street Deacon and Sons, North Shore 0. Engisch, Paddington II. W. Fonter, 144l illiatnm-trer t Win. C. Good, PetershamiL Mire. IHamilton, Waverley Harris Brothers, Newtown; also at Cook's River rMacdona dtown and St. Patlee Mnrs. l 3Inehliffo, 75 Botano.rond, Waterloo" Johnl Lo Berghdefer, 31 Pitt-street H. tow, I'arnlattlla-road, Loicthhardht AIr. Jotls, MrMatton'n Point, Lavender Bay...

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M. D [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

M. D -., a photographer at Eidhoven,: had made a dozen caries for a gentleman living at Walkenswaard. When hbouit to send them off he discovered that had for gotten the name of his client. What was he to do P After he had longbutuselessly racked his brain, he at length uttered a sigh of relief. He gummed one of the likenesses on the envelope and wrote underneath: " To the above gentleman in Walkenswaard." The caries were duly delivered. Lately a telegram was broiught to Mr. S-, in Laibach who has relatives in Damietta; On opening the messageo Mr. S. observed thatsit had arrived in the twenty-four. hours .previously. He be came veryangry, and said to the messenger: "It is too bad to" bring the telegram twenty-four hours after its arrival I You seem to think it makei no matter; but I'll show you different!"-to which the mes senger coolly replied: "The telegram came twenty-four hours ago, as you say but as' it came from a country where the cholera is raging we had to disinfect it durin...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AUTUMNAL IDYL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

AN AUTUMNAL IDYL. YT A WALL STREET BROKER. The Summer days have fled ; the forest trees Swiftly assume their rich Autumnal crown, The dead lcaves tremble in the gentle breeze, And in brightgolden showers come fluttering down. The red gold leaves will change to sombre brown ;. .The nude trees shiver in the chilly air: I shiver too, because the Antutmn's flown And I otve no,Fall overcoat to wear.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

DRAUGHTS. How, when, and where the game of draughts originated, the antiquarian has yet to discover-nor will much be lost should he: never find out-but- there is evidence of its "sancient and honourable descent.". - According to Lyman, " from monumon tal inscriptions, it, appears to have been familiar to the Egyptians as early as 2000 .c. ; .and its antiquity is further attested by. Homer, in the Odessey-where refer ence- is matle to games in the Palace of Ulysses, in Ithaca-and by Plato, who makes frequent mention of it by way of illustration." The oldest known treatise on the game, by Anton Torquimada, was published at Valencia, Spain, in 1547; but the first English ,wvork-Payne's "Introduction to the Gam& of Draughts -"did not appear until 1756. Since the issue of that book, however; and especially within the hidst half century,.the pastime has grown into such favour with English speaking people that now, among themnat least, the devo& tees of draughts may fairly ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW SHE FIXED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

HOW SHE FIXED IT. The three of us had been tramping over 'the battlefield 'of Malverla Hill all day long, and as night came on, there was every evidence of a steady, soaking rain storm. We had to get shelter right away, and we 'found it in a small farm-house owned by a widow. She was willing enough to fiirnish us ivitli supper, but when it came to lodgings she seemed greatly embarrassed; -- "You see," she said, "my house is very binall.. Indeed, I have only this room, with a bedroom off." "But can't we sleepinthe barn ?" asked the Colonel. !'I have no barn." "But you can go to bed, and loetus sleep on-the floor in -this-room, can't you ?" " Y-e-s, but-but--" " Oh, you needn't have any 'fear of us, mnadam," protested the Colonel." ' S"It isn't that, sir, but-" . She blushed like a rose, but none of us could understand until she said:' .'" Well, to tell' the truth, my beau will here to-night."' " In this storm ?" ' "1Oh, yes. William would if it' rained pitchforks;" ? ? "f Well, we wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND OF NOD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

LAND OF NOD.. "Had a most curious dream last night," remarked the fat passen?er in a Green Line car, as he spredd himself over the space just vacated by two young ladies. " What was it about ? " came the ex pectant chorus from the other occupants of thoecar, who were mostly business men, on their way down town. "Dreamed I died and went to Hades, or Sheol, as the now version has it. Much to myasurpriso I found it a cold instead of a hot climate.. The boss devil was walk ing around giving orders, in a long seal skin overcoat, with a hat of the same ma-. telial on his head, and a muffler around his ears. It was mighty cold, I tell you,. and the little imps had to stir around lively to keep warm. In some of them I recognised men I had known in Cincin nati, and some of them seemed to know me, but they couldn't stop long enough to' talk with. me.. Finally the boss noticed me and cried out,. 'HIello, another now, arrival from Cincinnati.' I don't know how he knew it, but that is the way it...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS APART. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

THE FIES .OHIRISTMASiAPART... The shadows watch about-the houso i; :.Silent as they I come; . -," '. - Oh, it istrue thatlife is deaf, - , * And not that death isdnmb. I cross tho'ld familiardoor '"'.' ' .- And take the dear oldaohair." - You lok. with desolated eyes': .a Ujponmo sitting thgre. i,, .,. , ' You gazoa nd see aBtthonugh the tears: o. In gazingbur n-andr start: d ' ' - ' SBolioveo.the liying are the blind,.:,: ,:. * Hot that.the:deadidepart.., ;,. .; ; . I lean above youas ;bdfore, - '.; ' iFaithful, my arms unfold.- ', : SOh, could you know that life is numb, ' I. .oS.thiak that.death is.cold !..I.., , H eart of my heart,if earth: or hearen ',. SRHas.speeohi:orlanguageflne .. ' I ; nougii Or death-or life-could giv.e i. 4 .Me syiRbol,|Bsond, oii, : *i,:.:. To.reacli yod-thought,-or;totioh; or eye, -Body orsoul-I'd diei. .... ;. Againto make.yonunderstand - , : SlJ darling ! this is., . .

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HAD NOT BEEN DISTURBED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

HAD NOT BEEN DISTUR?ED. Husband (looking around imnpatiently for his boots)-" 1ly, dear, will you be so kind and condescending as to inform me where in thunder my boots have been put ? " 'Wife (with bitter sarcasm)-" You will find them just whore you left them when 3cu cnnic in at 2 o'clcc:. this mrnn:ig-a the feot of the stairs."

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SANCTUM ECHOES. I [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

Secretary to manager "' Hereis a lott.? from -the person who writes over the sig; nature of 'P.earl'. asking when we are going to pay for her contribution ?" "When we publish it, of course." "But we have published it." " '".Ah!. .Well, take the usual course. Wait three months before answering the inquiry and three months before sending a cheie.?.. *"I go into society a good deal," said a visitor to an editor, "and I want to get, the' reputation of being'a, 'literary man, something 'lkii?keg' iy,,Jaies' 'arid those fellows.-' Now, how shall'I 6 to' worl P" ;"Talk Balzac' 'the~,' 'deiitueitiouslfy replied the editor... , "But I never read'Balza?;" wad the re sponse. SNeither have society people, so you're on perfectly safe ground. You just com pare everything with Pere' Goriot, and you'll.be invited to reaid a paper before a fortnight. Good-bye." The editor turned sadly to his writing, reflectifig that he had probably made another reputation with-. out receiving a commission. III. Cit...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S COLONIAL ASPIRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

.GERMANY'S COLONIAL -ASPIRATIONS. Thz German Ilulstrirlc Zeit?ut con tains: a map of the German posses sions8 in East Africa, which 'extend far into the interior'to a distance of over 60 German or 210 English geo graphical miles from the coast; and for a distance of more than 180 German geo graphical miles along the coast of the indian Ocean, north and south of Zanzibar. To judge from the tone of' an unusually long articlb in this paper on "Colonial Affairs," it would appear that the Ge?man Government has not only' already re cently annexed a vast extent of ter ritory,' covering an area of over twenty thousand square' mile, but that it contemplates shortly making still further annexations on a truly gigantic scale, thus fulfilling the prediction. of the Revue des 'Deu?x Moldes; and it is impos sible not to be struck by the steady perse verance and methodical persistence of tihe German explorers. We learn- from the aboveinentioned article that 'theo' Afiican traveller, Waldemar Belek...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAUGHT AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

CAUGHT AT LAST. SIf tbe9youig man who was scen.tepick up 'a crocodile skin purse which did not belong.tothim: and 'run away will return the sanme, &c;," Why.all will be forgiven and forgotten, and he will be handsomely rewarded to boot. Of course ! but will the young man trust the confiding advertiser ? By this time he little cares whether the notes in that purse have been stopped. -He is not stopped, and he has passed the notes-someone else will have to be stop ped; but notes run as notes for months before they reach the bank, and some in ndecent creature six months hence, appear ing at the bank, who knows no more of the young man with the crocodile purse than the man in the moon, will find himself £5 out of pocket suddenly-viola tott ! I find in. the pathetic news column de voted to such painful incidents an equally sanguine person advertising for 'a nicely mounted umbrella with the motto, "Suum cuique pulchrum." Everybody sees charms in what beloigs to him, Unhappily some...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIVORCE DAY IN AN AMERICAN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

DIVORCE DAY IN AN AMERICAN W COURT. " We have done quite a land-oficee trade in divorce cases to-day," said a judge of the Circuit Court of St. Lonis, Missouri, a short time ago, as he left the bench after disposing of 15 or 20 divorce suits which stood on his "default docket" at the opening of the court that morning. Nor was the judge's "default docket" an un usually heavy one. It frequently happens that as many as 100' or 120'divorce suits are entered during a single term of the St. Louis Circuit Court. Sometimes' the number is.even greater than that. 'A few of the suits are withdrawn before:tlhe day fixed for hearing, and nearly nine-tenths of the total number of suits ' entered, are .not answered to. by the defendants. As a rule, it .is only when there is a petition for alimony or a. claim: on the part of the. wife .for dower-rights ;that a defence is made to 'a divorce petition. The suits.are "'docketed" with ordinary civil actions, and are called. in their turn witlh them. Whe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHRISTMAS LETTER HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

A CHlRISTDAS LETTER-HOME. Do you ask us of the Christmas in this choseoland of ours 7- - Of its summer warmth and sparkle, and the sploe dour of its flowors 7 We have tints of rarer beauty, we have skies of fairer sheen In this ar.olf laud at Christmas than at Rome was ever seen; And, itmny b, sone aroe richor, counting wealth as money goes, Then when Christmas came upon us through the mist of England's 00ows. But small cheer such riches bring us, or the sheen of summer skies, When our hearts aoe aching-aching for the light of loving eyes ; And we reek not of the music from a hundred singing birds When we vainly long and listen for the sound of lovillg words.- For the ld familiar greetings and the Christmas e rorols sung, Where the eheery logs were burning and the over. greeus were hung. Oh, this land might be the fairest that on-earth. was ever seoen, Yet away across the waters and theo years that roll between Would our hearts go forth at Christmas to the holly and the snow, And th...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH TROOPS IN EGYPT. CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

BRITISH TROOPS IN EGYPT. [REUTER's TELEGRAM.] CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 4. The Turkish Government has for mally complained of the increase of British troops in Egypt, and declared that such steps are contrary to the convention recently concluded in this city. In reply Sir Alexander White has explained that the situation re quired the increase of troops referred to. It is reported that Mloukhtar Pasha considers the presence of Turkish troops in Egypt imperative.

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