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CHRISTMAS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

CHRISTMAS IN. FRANCE. It is in Brittany, where every staep of oil and gleam of water is legend-haunted, hat the veillees takein some districts a ort of epic character.. Thesunken cityin he bay of Douarnenez, the church chimes of which are heard on quiet days; the perilous "Bee du Raz," in which 1' who so steers not wisely is a dead man ;" the ghostly "Ile des Seine," the " Baie des Trepasses," where the spirits'of the un buried dead assemble in the night-time, clamouring with thin wailing for a passage to their homes, these would furnish tales enough of fear. The natural terror hang ing over these storm-beaten coasts, the ocean currents, reefs of sunken rocks, and. yast- immensity of sea, finds expression in ancient writers, Who place off " Finis terre" the mouth of hell, or see there the spot where Ulysses descended into. Hades,; propitiating the pale 'ghosts with'libations of blood. Iore there than in any province, also are evidences to be seen of Christian: faith :mingling with P...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SOUDAN REBELLION. CAIRO, JAN 4. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

THE SOUDAN. REBELLION." [REUTER's TELEGRAM.J CAIRO, .JAN 4. Latest advices from the Soudan re port that the rebels who were recently defeated by General Stephenson at Gennis are now flying in the direction of Dongola. The British commander further states that the Soudanese loss at Gennis numbered 000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE; OR DOCTOR GRUNDY'S PATIENTS. II.—BILLY THUNDER'S TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE; 01L DOCTOR GRUNDY'S PATIIENTS. Br EDWARD ELLIS. II.--BILLY THUNDER'S TIME. Ptlu tls.--Tt| Inow tltowrdz IttId twill anrdo { Aud show hlocoforth to hI n?hlalind, tlhat s?ro Against my will I kept bad ot a, so 1. Billy Thunder does not look like a larrikin, that is, not like the typical larrikin of the society papers. I'm not sure that Billy Thunder is not all the more dangerous for the fact that he might, in his better moments, pass easily for a remarkably well developed and well-mannered student. His English is perfect when he chooses, his demeanour is dignified and manly, considering that he is certainly not nineteen, and he is about as good looking a rascal as ever spoilt his chances in this lifo, or worried his parents out of it. When Billy Thunder's misdemeanors have put lhit quite into the power of some sober citizen, it is the habit of the delinquent to make a imorning call and professpenitoeco. Inuinoteon cases on of twenty, Billy's big sorrowful eyes, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

S ?blic Company. ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION RENTS IIISURED: hrst-clsas DWELLINGS EIOSTSENPENCE PEB £100 . LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. S'TEWCASTLE, MORPETH, RAY G . MOND TERRACE, &c. MAITLAND, THIS (Tueasday) EVENING at 11. ?UNTER RIVER NEW S. N. COM PANY'S STEAMERS fromni Wharf, foot of Market-street, B6okiig Offices foi Passengers and Parcels-OSO3 George-street, and 147 sussex-street. - F. J. THOMAS, -Manager. N"EWCASTLE . STEAMSHIP COD PANY, LIMITED. SPECIAL NOTICE: TO: PASSENGERS. STEAM TO NEWCASTLE. The s.s. Newcastle will .leave for New castle from Lime-street Wharf this night (TUESDAY), at 11. II. D. PORTUS, Manager. . ANGLOO-AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAM TO AND PROM -ILONDON and the CONTINENT. Fron SYDNEY for MARCH WOOL - SALES.' .S.S PORT VICTOR, 2900 tons S.S. PORT MACQUARIE, 2000 tons, S.5. CHOLLERTON, 2650 tons For partiulars of freight and passage apply to A; M'ARTRUR and CO., Agents, 53 King-street. STEAM to M...

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LES HUGUENOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

The two letters which had-ju t-arrived; and which lay open -oi 'tihe .desk before', him, appeared to have ,caused Edward' Buckthlorp considerable aniiety. -leivwas glancing from one to the other with a:per -plexed frown, as if he were puzzled as to; what he should do about thaem. One of these missive -; writen.in. a rcraniped, 'formal habd, road as 'olldws - " EDWARD BTUKTHORP, EsQ.-Sir,-En? closed find your cheque for" twenty pounds, upon account of amount owing to yea by James Gago, deceased. We are in a conditioh to guarantee a similar sum in three months, which will settle your claim upon same James. Gage, deceaSed, in full, with interest. We have to reply to the request contained in your last favour that our client still refuses to be known to you by name, age, sex, or condition. We also reply that your suggestion as to the needlessness of these payments toyou-James Gage being deceased and leaving no offects is wholly our opinion. But we act for our client against our advice, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROUMELIAN COUP D'ETAT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

THE ROUMELIAN COUP D'ETAT. Mr. Edgar Whitaker, writing from Bel grade, contributes to the November num ber of the Nineteenth Century, a paper on the recent revolutionin Eastern Ronmolia, which the writer's opportunities for obser vation and his agreeable and piquant style combine to render of great interest. After summarising the object of the Treaty of Berlin, in creating the autonomous but dependent state of Eastern Roumelia, the writer gives an epitome of the administration of Aleko Pasha, its firet Governor, who rendered himself obnoxious to Russia on account of. lis steady resistance to the ascendancy of her influence. While her Government was extremely successful, and preserved law and order, it pleased neither the Porte, on account of the Governor's devotion to the interests of the Bulgarian Christians nor the Russian Government, who wanted a tool subservient to their own view. Ac cordingly, on the expiry, in May, 1884, of Aleko Pasha's five years' term of offico, he was not ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTS.—JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

IM'POI?TB.--,l.1 nA llAnr .1 Sec Wnlf, troul iMlercury Bly.: 231,'0 foet ilreseel timber. lThe wooden.elilpper l riette Scea Wlif, which io tiveci this ntoroie?g feront bI w Zealnd with Ifutll crgce of Imnber io on hICr first rsit to ort Jlock oni olihoeghl eke les been osomo years employel illn Ailhtrlion waters, prileilpalty tlldioq botweotn ' ertcttlr, Ptelboite, flrisltlno, v.riOus NeW 'enlmcld ports lod tihe South Sea Iclaumind tihe ventI?l wasn bult altelL tol ycars ngo1iy T. 1)cbtcie'oe Ind' So011, or N?tles Ito F'ieo; l but on her Soet voySge fromlll Hvro to Portlnd Oregn i t8h oroctlded Iat tlh eltrllce to the C.lonllii 1iver. S?1e inssooti gotafloat, ond wito sulltleitled f,. lrhle, tled ane plrollclelc by ct Americlall IIlr, lto 0ubsequtently soll iher to her ipresen oo nower, 'r. )tl, Lnd, of Snil Franciisco. 'lToe brig origi nnlly bore thle llmo of the Dhldi. Of the present trit Clptailn SinllOllne reports leCaving rercory ay On Ii)eocllcerl, ald o tcrieoceig ie woealtl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.—JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

LATi EISIIPING. f ARRUVAT,.-JASUAfr 4. Hicn \.,,' Af m ericra brigy (.Z. t19th, itn.il Ailnnliril from Melrcu~ry Ray (N.Z.) 10th inicult. T. L. Ellie, agent.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE, CENTRAL. This afternoon Mr. .Yates, in the case of hxary Anne Davies, who was committed by lsim.this morning to the Quarter Sessions, decided, owing to the prosecutor having stated he was leaving the colony, to deal with the case suumnarily, and prisoner was sentenced to six months' hard labouir. Richard Waters, better knowil At Yankee Dick, was charged on five dif ferent counts this afternoon, the first four being assaults on the police, and the fifth fpr using obscene language. For the first two charges he received six weeks gaol each, for the third and fourth charges two months each, and for the last "was fined £3 or two months, making a cumulative sentence of seven months. Michael Rand'e was charged with re sisting Detective Rocheaux while arrest ing Waters, and fined 40)s., or one month; and was further charged with two sepa assaults, for the first of which he was fined. £3 or two months, and the second 40s. or 21 days. Joln Ferguson was charged at the Wate...

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

ABDUCTION. It is understood that in the case of abduction by J. VI. O'Connor, Illuded to in our first edition, which was remanded for a week; the father of the, girl has Jrailed the defendant, and that the parties sre to be married this afternoon.

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FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

FOUND DEAD. An inquest was begun this afternoon at the South Sydney Morgue, on the body of a man named Michael Clement Wood, 22 years of age, who was found dead.in an outhouse of the premises of his em ployer at Ronnie Street, Paddington, on the evening of the 3rd instant. Evidence was given to the effect that deceased formerly belonged to a cavalry regiment in England and had olily arrived from- England last week? by thie Orient, and since his arrival here he had obtained a situation as a but cher's assistant. The case is still pro ceeding.

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THE ACCIDENT AT THE CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

THE.ACCIDENTAT THE CIRCUS. We are pleased to ?hear that there is every likelihood .of Miss Ruby Scarsdale, %vho fell from the trapeze at Woodyear's circus on Saturday last a distance of about ,25 feet, being well enough to appear again in a day or two. She sustained a severe shaking and some bruises on her arm and thighs.

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THE DUTY OF THE STATE WITH REGARD TO INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

'THE DUTY OF THE STATE ! WITH REGARD TO INEBRIATES. 'A pamphlet, on ""Inebriety and the Duty of the State with Regard to Inebri ates,. by. Dr. I. De Zouche, honorary surgeon to the Dunedin :(N.Z.) 'Hospital, has been published. As a medical man:he comes to the conclusions:--" 1. That in ebrity is, in the great majority of cases, a: physical disease. 2. That inebrity is' curable in a large number of cases. 3.; That the committal of inebriate. patients. to prison sis unjust, and morally and: physically injurious to them. 4. Tha' persons affected with inebriety can only b, treated with -any nieasure of success: in special hospitals.or retreats, where precau flons against their obtaining.alcohol could be thoroughly carried.out. .5. That it i the duty of the State either to establish o license retreats for inebriates, or'to do both." He proposed, the'establishment of hospitals for the care and cure of inebriates,.to be supported by the State, or at least under State inspection and contro...

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

ORIGIN OF ORIOKET. -:As far. as we can ascertain (says the. Queensland Sportsman), cricket seems -to have been evolved out of stool-ball and tip cat; or as it was called; cat and dog. From itool-ball. was borrowed the primitive wicket- a stool, -or crickeot-which (per haps) gave its name to the primitive pas time. -. From stool-ball, too, we have the custom of tossing orhbbwling the ballto the itriker. From cat and dog ve. borrow that'piirt of the game Which consists in running between two fixed points while the ball (at cat and dog, or piece of vood) is being fielded or returned, by the other side. Cat and dogis in one sense a classi cal game Bunyan tells us that he was playing at it, and was just 'about to strike the cat, when he heard a - supernatural voice bidding 'him forbear. We remember reading this passage in childhood, and fancying that Bunyan was torturing a poor puss; and that his heart,was suddenly.wrung by, a sense of his own cruelty. But Bunyan' was merely affected by ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUNEDIN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

nN DUEDINh P. U . The following; acceptances have been received for the Dunedin Cup of 1000 sovs. -two miles and a.distance --to be run in ,February :- sta.b. st.lb. Trenton. . . i 10 Captain Vebster- 7 5 l'asman " . 0 7 |EvertouL d ..., 7 3 Turquose.o, 810 Leon . 7 July, .. 8 7 Derringer.., 0 Lochitei ; 8 0 ITiger im. 7 PFseido ,, . 7 10 Spaldo Guinea 0 Lady Emmi 7 Patrician... 0 3 Nelson . 7 0' lubozahl .;, ,, 12 Itermitnrc ., 7 0 J1itr 512 eeek nce ..... 7 5 |. leck , " . 5. 3.ublsecy ., .. 7 Een?"£?"iy b 7

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AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

S AQUATICS. . Comm~, r ar., ,..?,: Jae 0 ~?..?. . . N.S.W, Rowing Association Anual Irfeoting b 20. ' National Regatta . Entries close, Satrtday, "- 'a aaunry 10. " • 0. Smiths Hri~idicap Trophy Race. Woolloomooloo lay Regatta.. R2 -'nOTALBTDNEY, TACIIT sqUADRON .... Fo?athclnass race, prize £20, January 9. :Third-cl ss aie, prize £25, January 16. i Secondclass'rhce, prize £25fJannary 23: flirst-tlnss race, prize £35,Jansmry 0,0 Commodqre's prize; £50, Febuary 6;'. snNETY'AMATEU n BAILING CLUSB. The following is the programme of the races to be sailed during season 1885-8 : January .--Open boats, 24 feet; half.decked boats, 20 feet andaunder. January 23.-Open boats, 2 feeot; open boats, 0"feet. " February 6.-Half-decked boats over 25 feet; hmlf~decked boats, 22 feet. February 20.-Hurry-skurry race for open boats; do. do., for halt-decked boats. March .--Half.decked boats, over 2a feet and mat exceeding 25 feet; half.decked boats, 20 feet asd snder. March 20.-Open boats, 20 foet; ope...

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HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

'HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB. The.followeing entries have been received at Richmond for the Hawkesbury Autumn handicaps: HAWKESDUnT STAEES. Wottonga CLhrystal: I:Here's Leck Dlevotion .. IFroud (late.Wing) Soldier Boy rinde'lRegent Danghter of 'the Bonnie Bee Vill oina Biegenient Folly Clement . First Game Pet Girl I : H Awr~iE AooTUMN T AcI DICAP. ' Wdttonga.... 'FirstGame BonnieBee SConrowite ' Hero's Lnek ' Folly . Fraud (ate Soldier Boy Pet Girl WVing) Clhystal The Sydney and Melboutrne entries are not yet.to.hand.

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VICTORIA RACING CLUB. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

VIClORIA- RACING CLUB. MEL3OURNE, MoiuVo . The following' are the entries for the Newmanrkit Handicap and the Australian Culp, to be rin at tihe Autumn meceting' of thc V.R.C., Cn February 27 and March 4: NOWMIAIKrT .Hl e.ni?u,--Three ualrters of a miile: Liverpool, Winchester, Thunderbolt; Princ Patrick, Sauvicnon, Chanlenclier, Chr, WaChukter. Va leo,, Chloe, Mreader, Unmbra, Irralee, Qaintii, atsep, Theo Andoes, Duke of Athoi, Grrtitlde, Affluence, Bis Bis, Junnan, Lanteri, Oakloigh, Calida, 'Pomoni, Willinm Tell, Son Horse, MainIn, Laido,, Velocipede, Clarendon, MIori Chief, First Prince, All Gold., Nnpier Uralla, Cerise and Bluo, Abner, Monte 6ihristo; Maroondlah, Znco, Speculnation, Dattailous, Colrdy, Uncna ]I. (Into Uncenas), First Light, Oudeis St Jon,, Jocular, Islalder, Gardenin, St. ddille, Middlcaremh, Perchance, Vnseosa, Sedition, Lordl Wilton, Salvo, Silver King, Remus, arioe Louise, Coronet, Dnnlon, Anchorilte, Dirk athneraick, Mavoailacen, Squirceu; Bolnio Does, Pla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

- ATHLETICS. FIXTURES: - JAnuAny. i 9. Lake George Shefield Handicap, 70 guineas and gold medal. . s. dongedore Sheffield Handicap, £70 . 14 and-6.-NewcastleSefSiell d Handicap. Haedli. cas., Docember 29 e Aeptancos, January 9. 26. Wolumla Athletic Club ports.. 26. Bathurst Sheffield Handican. 26. East Maitland Athletic Gathering. 26. Caledonian Sports Forbes .. 13 17 20. Sir Joseph Bank's Handicap. Entries lose Febrary '5.- Handicap, February 15, Aeceptance, a "arch 6.

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SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

SPORTING. TUR FIXTtIlRES. 880.ss JA2UAaF. 1. Victorian Club (annual) 3S, 14. Bega. 14, 15. Tasmanian Turf Club. 20 21, 22.- Tusiniax iRacing Club, * 23. .Rosebill. 23.. Rosehill Race Club. 70(, 27. Jenco Junction. 26, 27. 0 ' -. 20. Sydney Tort Club,. Rand?iek. Entries, Jan. Snary4; blndicaprs, January 18. 28, 30. Geeong R.C. 0,. Windsor Farm Racing Club. Entries, Jaunary FEBRUART. 2, 4. Bratdwood T. C. 4. New England. and 18. Bathurst Turf Club 57. Roshlill. , 4. Now EnglandAnnual.. 4, 5. TemNora .C. 11, 13. Newcastle J.C' 13. Victoria Amateu T.C., . 18, 20. Barrowa J.C. 20. Canterbury Park Race Club 24, 25. Croekwell 3.C. - Glenn Innes. 27. V, R1.. Autumn. 4, 6. V. R. C; Autumn " 17, 18. Gnicdagai Jockey Club 24, 25. Tumut T. C. 27. Canterbury Park Breo Clu, Acacc.. 10.. Rosebill. E 15,'10. Hawkenbury R. Clulb. 2,27. Canterbury (N.Z.)r 15. Canterbury Park Race Cln 22, RosebIll. JULY. 17. Ronehill." 21. Cautebrlnry Park Face Clu 'A66UST. 2. :lRobehill,: ., , . 4. ilosehill.. Sruna ...

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