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

u: '. SW hUIING . 6.-Dalmain Swijmmiug Club..,

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

CYCLING}. JlAUYRT. 20. 'lubbo B.C. Sports Meoting, Dunbbo.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M. C. C. ELEVEN v. VICTORIAN ELEVEN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

M. C. C. ELEVEN v. VICTORIAN ELEVEN. (FROM OuR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) * IELBO RNE, ThI's DAY. The I; C. C. Eleven v. Victorian Eleven match, yesterday, resulted in a victory for the former by 10 wickets. The scores are as under: M. C. C. ELEVEN.-Fire Innings, 375. VICTORIAN ELEVEN.-Pirst?IUnngS, 135. SecondIenings. Wateford, c Palmer, b Trumble .., 10 Lewis, c Healey, b Bruce. ... 3 Houston, b Palmer... . ... 31 Edwards, at Jarvis, b Palmer ... ... 7 M'Shaue, e Blaeklmm, b Bruce... , 79 Trinnick, lb w,b Bonnor.' ... ... 20 Robertson, b Bruce... ... ... . 12 Worrall, Bonneor, b Bruce ... ...11 Ttott, not out ,, ... , 18 Wingrove, b Treumble .. .. 20 Boyle. e Walters, b Trumble ... ... 3 Sumdries .. .... .... . 15 Total.. ,, ... ,. ,, 200 BOwLINa AArerrsrs; Balls. Buns. ?uds. Wkts. N.B, Trumble,..10 .. 56 3 ... Palmer ... 25 .., 51 . 27 " 2 ... 1 Erase -,. 152 .,. 55 .. 16 .. 4-.,, e Beonner ",. 3 ?.. 7.., ., ' .,. 0 Waltera ... 12... 10 ..... 0 ... 0 ... 0 Brace bo?lod 1 wide. M. C. C. ...

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

SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. -AQUATICS, ATrLETICS, AND GENERAL SPORTS. Secretaries will oblige by sending programmes andp?articltars as early as possible. BIcrOLINeo.-Early information of ruas, matchee, or meetinga will be highly appreciated. CRscEEr.-Seeretarics of Clubs will reatly oblige by forwarding infornmtion of plending matches, also p?rticulars of any club matches as soon after conclusion of play as convenient. In our advertising column will be ob served the programme for the Balmain Swimming Club's sports, to take place on January 16, under the patronage of the Mayor and aldermen, Dr. O. F. S. Evans will act as starter, Mr. Percy Jones as judge, Mr. Alfred Hunt as referee, and Mr. Bostock as.timekeeper. There are 14 events to be got through. The prizes will be valuable, we are informed, and in a few days will be on view at J. H. Hunt's boot palace, Balmain. Entries for all the events are to be made on January 13. We are pleased to see a swimming club be come well established, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 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 from all parts of the world. The third edition matter will be placed on our eighth page. At the general meeting of the Saddle, Harness, and Collarmakers' Union, held last evening, it was stated that the roll of the society included some 127 members. The Saddle, Collar, and Harness-makers' Society have appointed a committee to act in conjunction with a deputation from the Bootmakers' Society to bring about a de monstration in favour of the adoption of ad valoremo duties on imports affecting the leather trades.. The funeral of the late. Arthur Hastings W. Senior, a member of the recent expedi tion to New Guinea, who met his death by drowning in Sydney Harbour on New Year's Day, took place yesterday, the body being interred at St. Thomas' Cemetery, North Shore. There was a large gathering of mourners, principally friends of the deceased, and his fell...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Globe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

d~lc ,® <@Tobe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and other communications intendod for insertion in tho news columns should beo ad. dressed to TIEo EDITOn. All business conmmuncations, including advertise. moete orders for the llor, and remittance, should bo addressed to tho BUSINESS IMAAGER, and not to Tlt' EsDITO. STUESDAY, JANUARY 5.

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

Special Advertisements. SH E G L O B E. AND SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to either paper are requested to SEND TIIEIR NAMES to this Offico, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION : G LOBE.--8 PAGE PAPER. PRICE 1n. Quarterly, in advance, Os. Gd:; booked, 7s Gd. SUNDAY TIM IES 8-PAGE PAPER. PRIOE So. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2s. Gd PARRAMATTA.-.Persons requiring The Globe and Sulday Times news papers can have them delivered by Mr. S. Scandritt, Church-street. B ALMAIN.-Mr. H. A. WEST, Beattic. street, is appointed Sole Agent for the "Sunday Times" newspaper in Bal main. M ESSES. RYDER, and SON have been appointed SOLE AGENTS for the sale of this paper at Lithgow and surrounding district. SRAY BROTHERS, China, Glasa, and Earthenware SHOWROOMS, 402 and 404 GEORGE-STREET. Special Advertisements. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING. Look out for the GREAT PRIZE DRAWING, when all consumers of PARRY and CO.'S Self-Raising Flour du...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 5, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

'WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. J3aaaary ., 9 p.m. SlTnrT.-N.E., fle. tleornmomotr77 in shadne. Al.ntrn.-E., fine, aot. BALLINA.-S.1l., clodly, sea RmnOth. AIeIRan lau.y.- -.E., fllae, o Nol mnooth. ATET)ANN 'a flAT.-C-11maw10, flea jea110oth. LaI?.L?Inaa lf an.-S.W., flae, oen mndeorato. CLARENCE lTEfAI.-S.E., showOl'y, se llnoeaerda.e. CnAn I'aAWEN.-lI:.I., 6fl, aaa asnoothl. Ena? .--N ., Nflue Lt moaderato. Gene ILAN1),.--.E., aralnm, seaa smetll. Gta rTOIc.-S.E., cloaady, cala. 3lV lava DlY.-N., fno, aea aaanoot.l. KIAMA.--N.E., fl?c, La inoderalate. AaaLEAT HEAD.--E., Rlshowery, soe smooth. ALANIlO IIEf?AIN.-NE., fine, sea mo:lerate. LonrUA a EAHne.-N.N.W., fine, e snanooth. NnAMucnRA IEnes. - S.W., showory, sea NEWCARTLR.'-S., fline, seaon nooth. rove MAtcQaanna:.-S, fhne, en nannootl, PIO?T STErPIasN.-N.}., flee, sen smootha. SEALe ROcfle N,S., fine, ea amnooth. Soutlu liEn.--N.E., finte, sea smooth. TEnna.--N.E., fine, sea smootlh. Twona ItEAn)s.-N.E., caIne. Ui.LADULnL.A.-N.E. fl...

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

NOTES AND COMMENTS. That final interview betwoon Mr. Gra ham Berry and the Liberal members will be an extremely affecting piece of busi ness. It is easy to imagine it. This will be Mr. Berry's speech if he speaks the truth, which he may do for once. Gentlemen,--For ten years I have beeon a power in Parliament, thanks to you, and I have attained a very decent pitch of prosperity considering all thinks. In 1876 I was fearfully hard up; I had been compelled to resign the Government after a ten weeks' enjoyment of the sweets of office, and certain circumstances. made public at the time proved I was on my beam ends. 'But you stuck to me; In 1877 you placed me at the top of the tree, and by 1879 I was a rich man. Iam not nearly so well off now. I thought the large sums P obtained were the proceeds of my God-like intellect, and I neglected to follow the advice of the friehds who had fixed me so well. I lost the bulk of my winnings, and was compelled in 1882 to take a second-chop place. I a...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLAIN TRUTH FROM THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

PLAIN TRUTH FROM THE PREMIER. Sir John Robertson has proved that he' is not too old to learn, nor too weak to dis corn the signs of the times. Hehas found out that we must pay our debts, and he last night told the people of Mudgee that they must pay the taxation necessary to clear it off. This is the first time Sir John Rolbektson has gone so far. In his printed address he merely spoke of his in tention to introduce by-and-bye any neces sary measures for squaring up, and said he should be surprised if his patent plans for parting with the national hold on the national estate did not produce half a million. Mr For gusson, as the spokesman of the Indepen dent party, may be congratulated upon having taught Sir John Robertson .this much. It is astonishing how quick to learn even the oldest. politicians are when their places are in danger. Had not Mr. Frrguson spoken of a Progressive Land Tax and Income Tax, and an Absenteoo Tax on Saturday at Glen Innes, Sir John Robertson would not hav...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. GLADSTONE AND HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

MR. GLADSTONE AND HOME RULE. If the European telegrams be correct, the Marquis of Salisbury has made one of those mistakes which ever and anon con vince mankind that the Tories are, as John Stuart Mill said, "the stupid party." He proposes to answer the Irish demand for Home Rule by initiating a 'system of local self-government for each of the three kingdoms. For England, which has her magnificent Parliament, the fountain of Constitutionalism! for Scotland, which, having always had more than her own share of the Government of the whole Island, does not see her pro fit in severance; and for Ireland, which has never been the gainer by the connection with the sister Kingdoms, whichwas forced into the partnership, and detests it. For these three he proposes the one panacea with the cool calmness that is shown by a quack doctor when he gives the same pills as A cure for gout, consumption, and small-pox, and with about as much chance of doing good. There is no escape from the fact that Ir...

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

EGYPT ONCE MORE. There is nothing wonderful in the fact that the Turkish Government grumble at the dispatch of more English troops to Egypt, and that they consider the preseinco of Tuikish troops in Egypt Imperatively neces sary. But there wouldbe something exceedingly discreditable to Great Britain in the withdrawal of the extra troops sent to that wretched country, ,and in tl:o instalment of Turkish forces in their places. For the / ;cypt ihns, after enduring the unspeak 'ble horrors of Turkish domination .nr upwards of three centuries, expelled their plunderers and estab iished themselves in positive freedom, :lbeit that a nominal sovereignty was reserved to the Sultau. It would ihe grossly unjust and cruel for the 'Turks to be brought back by tlih British. Less than four years, ago, when the troubles with Arabia began, ihe Turks tried to take advantage of I he situation, but Admiral BEA.U?HAMP SEYMOun threatened to oppose the landing of Turkish troops; and no at tempt was made. ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY FIRST CHRISTMAS DAY IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

vAY FIRST CHRISTMIVAS DAY IN NEW ZEALAND. One evening, in the chilly month of December, as I sat in an easy chair toast ing my shins in front of a cheerful fire in my well-furnished and comfortable sitting room, after the business toils of the day were over, I picked up the Daily Telegraph, in which appeared the following advertise ment: NEW ZEALAND.--A nro opportuety.-- A gostleman rotlfniniii to thot Colony is anxious to meet with ae fow gotlomicn of equal soolal position to himself,to sttleo in tho beautiful district os nrigttland ; elso n limited numlbeor of fInrmors wlto will boe reired to take p fro t 500 aores of tand, which is offered at the lowprice of £e per sCre, Atcorent to eXtend oas a trio seOf toe years. Tihe blook is 20,000 oroes ain rti. Furtler ptr tioilars ar d a printoed lanmphlot will bo sot on Ipdplicatiou to hUouRer VALEsTINE Sirt.FFLErO , fleet-street, Lodon. . For many. years I had encouraged a strong fascination for New Zealand, and made up my mind that who...

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

UNPLEASANT :SUICIDE. Of all:way'eof euicido e .. S eon or women, ever tried. 'Iost unpleasant, 'without douhbt, SIs the coiinmo-nI: ter r6ute. SIt is celd and damp, • And you shiver aqndcrampt And'struggle;,anddgasp, and choke. You lose your breath -TAnd the throttling death ' Seems a horrible wayrto ocroak ; 'Tis a fate you'd thwart,. , But you swallow a quart Of water, and:'down yo go . Among sliniy things? e .i. With speckles and rings That crawl in the oozeo'blow. 1Whoena person is sholt, As likely as note , e e' ofI ill SDeapit~'n.fbew crimson stains. ' . Which you have ito expect, i The total ft o' t Is creditable romnains,' ' ? r l ' , But it's suro:t te t'foundl' When a body's'beon drowned;" , : r i ':That any avoidance of blood Is more than offsot By getting so wet,0 " And lying a week in the mnid. s Tho:extraordinarily: low death-rate of 1 per 1000 of the population of, London was reached last Week. - This, we are officially informed (says the Medicaol Press), is the most ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADY JANE. A GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

LADY JANE. A GHOST STORY. It was Christmas Eve, or rather Christ nas Day, for the hands of the old-fashioned time-piece which stood on the lofty carved oaken mantlepiece of Marley Hall indicated that midnight had arrived. Sir Joseph Marley, a tall and rather portly specimen of the old English gentle man, about sixty years of age, was stand ing by the side of the fire place, beaming on the company generally, and puflin"u from his recent exertions in getting through a quadrille. The company, numbering between twenty-five and thirty, were nearly all relatives *or members of the family of which Sir John was the head, and had col lected together to keep up the social fes tivities of the season. 'The youngsters had gone off to bed, after being tolerably worn out with the 'hilarities of hunt the slipper and blind man's buff ; and it was determined, accor ding to immemorial custom, to wind up the proceedings with a dance among the seniors, excepting such of them as felt that their dignity w...

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

A HEAOTHY P'ROFESSION. " Journalism.must be a healthy profes sion,",said old .Mrs. Sqsiaggs, as she. laid' the:paper on:her knee and,rubbed her eye glasses with.her apron. S''lWhat;makes.you think o ?" ~ said old .M r.-iquaggs.'=. i..:: .: . . ' h BeoaugeIsee thatI the? writers who .sed to have pieces in the papers when I: was a,girl are still living and writing away the same is ever?;' they., must be.very old.' . ... . .. ".Who are theoy?" .iaslred iMr. Squaggs. :. ell there s Veritas ' for one, , and ,.Anon ?and:, ,One:who, Kniiws,' and 'Vow .PoU l;, ,an ..'Justice,'. and. ?Pro Bono ,rublico,' and :;XY.Z.,', and ,'Taxpayer,. ind ..sany ;ot!ers.: , l see. some of their; namus every day, and I declrso if the sight .9f eis, don't, bring.bacl, the. old school Theni tt? Lold, lad.y gaczeld,medit tivell antp the fire, nd 9ld.: Mr., Scuagga went ,out on the bask st?op to.indulge in a squiei lug to himself. ; .. IGi alluding to tlie deqestcfre ' th 'de Les'seps or more r money to ontalnue...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S CORNER. WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

CHILDREN'S CORNER. . WHYP The very oddest boy I know Is Robin Adair, with his head of tow, And his brave, bright eyes, whore the quas tions grow. Fdr this veoi'y'samo boy is asking wlhy From tho time that morning Ipaints thie sky, Till the sleepless stars come out on high. Why does Jack's kite stay up in the sky ? It has no wings and yet it can fly; And sister says wishes go just as high. Why is oatmeal healthy and candy good P Is it always naughty to do as you would? And would you be an angel if you could ? This rose was a bud, and why did it burst P This bird was an egg, and which came first, Tho egg or the bird, and how was it nursed ? What is the wind, and whore does it stay P When it hushes itself and areeps away Is it sighing or singing, and what does it say ? Why is it bad for boys to fight, And for soldier-man so brave and right ? Why do I love you best at night? Why do the oaks and olms stand tall, And.tho ipple trees do the work for all; With their gnarled old branches rea...

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

PRESSING AUTUDIN LEAVES. " You are an Autumn loaf," said ho, "And my arms are the book, you know ; Now I ilaco the leaf in the book, you seo, And tenderly press it, so.'.' The maid looked up with a glanceo doinuro, And blushes her fair chooks wore; As'sho softly whispored: "The leoaf, I'm sure, Needs pressing a little more."

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

COMMERCIAL. Theo stook and sharo msarkot quotation to one o'olock each day appear in Last Momeust column no page 5. Tho latest quotations in stock and share market will appear on page 8 in the third edition. oLOsDE " Omfco, 1 p.m. In the import markets tho transoactions were of a limited carcuotor, and conilnod to ordiunary trado salcos. In the flour market no aleso of importance were renorted. The sumarket is very firm, with an up. wood tendency. With the freights donubled from felbouao tron g three h seamena's strike, this will add to the cost of laudinug flour froen Victoria con. siderably, so that everything points to an advanceo in the umarket. We note the arrival of the San Luis from San Francisco, with a cargo of 102,736 feet redwood timber and 9977 pickets. In kerosene oil there was a good inquiry to-dav from Ielbournle, oswing to the recent fires there. Several parcels were put ndcer offer, which we anticipate will lead to business. In teas, we hOear of fair trade saleos bo...

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

TELEGRAPHIC SHIPrIING. JANUARY 5. ELro?onhNE.-Arrivls, January 4: Loura, Ela. hang, and Coranugmito, from Sydnoy; Rodondo, from Adolnaide IlRaobol Cohou, sohr., Ifrom Dun gonoss; 4th Norkonra, buo., from Shields. Do. nartures, Janunry 4: Flindcrs (s.), for Lauu. ccstou. EueN.--Dopartros, January 5: Esk, 12.20 aom., Bey, 8 a.m., for Syduoy. 5ivwcnsol.-Arrivals, January 5 :Nomoi, Syd. noy, uuilnyoog, Saxonin, Toutordon Lubra, strs., from Syduoy y; North Star, scL.,i from Syduoy. Deoparturo, Jauuoary 5 : Wondouroo, for Sydney.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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