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DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. Overland to Melbourno, and thence per steamer Potosi, ThuResday, Janery7. Regis. tored Letters, 4.30 p.m.; ordinary, 6 p.m. P#1. the |oz.;. neowspapers, 4.30 p.m., Id. each. Late letters for the United K(igdon only will be trdceived up to-6.30 p.m.; extra fee, d. - For rates to 1pacesa other than the United King. doto 00 " Postoll Guide."

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

TIVEIO)IAPHIC SHIPPING. Cl.Anrc}:c If?Ao.--Tlhe Asax, with a punt in tow, nud tle steamer IBarrabool paseod north yeroceyry. Arrived: The IIclen Nicoll, from Sydney, this monolng. ]IlllsA?oA -Arrived, .Jmnuary 3: Duko of nBuck ilng.ihlm (x.), fronI',oudon. D]parture,JanOary2: Cintrlt for Sydney, 6p.m. Am,,aLt:.--Anrived, Jammury 3: Ruth Topping (blo.), from Dunedin. Januaory 4:. Victorian, Oceticn, from ]rIelbomno. DepaorLture, January 3: Glen Osnomld (bqo.), for London. Dl:l ouonNr.-Arrived,Janoory 3: 01d Konsing. too (o.), from Lonilon; Dolthine ioMelanio (1ale.), from San FPrncisco. 4th : Sagmore (bio.), from I'ugot Sond ; Coluoa (bau.). from Port BlakeIly ; Potoi, flromn Sydney. Depurturos, Januory 3. LoD, NeooS, (o.), for oLondon D. F Hnt (bqo.), for Perth, Pert, (s.) for Aerlaide, Robeort Burns k?eho.), for 'Trsmnuoa, Gombier (n.), for Adolahdo.

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

THE MAILS. Malls will be made up at the General Post Oflcos for the undermentioned places as follows: Tars DAT. MELnoUnea, overland . . . . 4,7 p.m; ADEsLADE, overlnd, viaMelbournoe ... 330p.m. HOeART ANn LAUsCrSTON, overland to Meolourno, and thenc peor steamer 7 p.m. MANmo?IN'hVn, er Rlosedalo ... ... 1p.m. BRIsBAEs AND AoresN PonarTs, per Eurimla . .. . 3pm. BRnrsBAE? AND NORTHERN PORTS, per Burwah ..... . .. - 3 p.m. ),EDINso and INVeCAnOalLL-Overland to Melbournoand thence porlotoma -L ana ... ... ... 3.30 p.m. CLRENC RIVEn, per City of Grafton .,, 8 p. MACLEAT RIVErn, per Woodburn ... .. 8 p.m. BnIara NE AsNA NoRTnERso PoRTse per Archor . .. .. .... am. IMEeIMxoUL AND EDEN, per Kameoruka .. 11 a.m. rISBsANE AND NeORTHEse Pears, per Ly-oo-Moon ....... 11 a.m. WELLIooTON AND SOUTrERN POears oF aEW ZEALAND, per Wajiatipu ... 3 p.m. .?'Oos, per Victoria ., .. 4 p.m. TosUSDAr. HfonAT and LAulcCETsN,. ?via Eden, Eak ... . . a.m, _oUCKLAND and all NEW ZEALAND ports, per To Anna .. .....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

NEWCASTLE SHIPI'NG. i(FROO! OUL OWN CORREBPONDENT.) NEWCASTLE, Tlls DAT. nivlllas: Ensby, from Oelbourne; Phueuix, from Roekamldptoo ; Maitland, Collaroy, DigdeOe, Wiutnbh, Boonelang, Alert, anod Fnny Fisher, froiu Sydney; Growler, from Port Stopheons. D)eoltLures: Mary. ialonutyoo, Cluroullc, Colo Ilist, and Wanlutab, lor Sydneoy,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

Aquatics. BALMAIN SWIMMING. CLUB.; 3ALLMAIN CORPORATION BATHS, WHITE ?HORSE POINT. SWIMMING MATCHES will take place on SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1886, Under the Patronage of the Mayor .and Aldermen, and other leading residents. The Balmain Alliance Band will render selections throughout the afternoon. Starter, Dr. O. F. S. Evans ; Judge, Mr. Percy Jones; Referee, Mr. Alfred Hunts Timekeeper, Mr. E. Bostock. PROGIRA?ME OF EVENTS. 1. Boys 14 vears and under. 18i yards. Club only. Entrance Is. Gd. 2. Hands tied behind back, twico across, Club only. Entrance, 2s. 3. THE CLUB HANDICAP, 480 yards. entrance, 2s. Od. 4. OPEN RACE, all boys, 10 years and under, twice across. Entrance, Is. 5. Distance Diving, Club only, En trance, Is. Gd. 6. ALL CocEns, 720 yards, handi capped. Entrance, 3c. 7. Swimmiing on Back, 120 yards. Club only. E'ntrance, 2s. 8. OPEN RACE, all boys 7 years and under; once across. Entrance, ls. 9. Diving for Objcets, Club only. En trance, 2s. 10. Boys, 16 years and under, h...

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

KEEPING UI' APPEARANCES. The Rev. E. G. Gange, speaking at Bristol recently,- said that in his early career he was earnestly requested by a deacon to visit.a member of the congrega tion who was very ill, and it was suggested that he should call at 11 o'clock in the morning. He did so, and found the poor woman very much better, but greatly-put out at his visit, as she had her hair in curl-papers, her sleeves tucked up to her elbows, and was doing a bit of house-sweeping and dusting. He begged her not to mind him, as he was "used to that sort of thing." He would have a short prayer-he would not be long; they know he never was long about anything. He selected a chair and knelt down; she selected another, and he began the prayer. Hie heard the door open once; he heard it open a second time. lie concluded an earnest prayer on the poor woman's behalf, and on looking round -loI a perfect transformation. While he was praying she lhad slipped up to her bed room, washed her hands and face, cu...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' OWN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

LADIES' OWN COLUMIN. Thank goodness we are not living in tie year of gracd 1780. It is quite enough nowadays to have to carry the lightest of light bonnets about in our liot climate, what must it have been to he -loaded with 71b. or 81b. of pads and things on the top of one's head. From the journal of Mary Frampton, written in 1780, I take the fol lowing interesting extract:-" Everybody wore powder and pomatum; a large trian guilar thing called a cushion, to which the hair was frizzled up with three or four enormous curls on each sidd; the higher the pyramid of hair, gauze, feathers, and other ornaments was carried the more fashionable it was thought, and such was the labour employed to rear the fabric that night-caps were made in pro portion to it and covered over the hair, im mensely long black pini (double and single), powder, poinituum, and all ready foi the next day. I think I remember (says 'Queen Bee' in the Australasian) hearing that 24 large pins were by no means an unusual...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. High Water, Sydney Cove, this day 8.32 p.m. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

8HIPPING. ITHh Water, Sydney Cove, this day 8.32 p.m. ARRIVATS.-Jnnonv 4. San Luis, American tbre.ooe-nt.d schooner, 278 tons, Coptain Sehmoles,.fron San F'r.neiaso No. vomnlr 14. ason ogors--Oo in the cabin and 0 In the stoergo, Capl)t?.hI, ageOnt. JANUARtY 5. SnI?urto, 1270 tons, Captain Kennedy, from Wet. ]ilzgton, Union Stoanlhll Conoiaeny aoants. Ly-e.DToon, 1202. tons, Cptalin b. Tait, from yel\,ourno. A.S.N. Comlpany, nagoents. lorrelboect, 1501 tons, Captain W. U. Emmersoo, frtan MeIlbourno. lliddart, Parker, andl Co,, agents.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Colonial avn Indian En:hibition Commission, meoting, Colonial Secretary's Olco, '4 pu. t Lecture, "Physololy: To Skeleton" r. . E. Roth, MR.C.S.E., Toclhnioa l Colo3o Haill, Pitt. treot S.. Hi (1tand Gatlhering Sports, prizes to be pa!., rlalnch's Hotel, 8. TorlrcdoRifle Club, neoLiu? V!c:or:a lln rraok S. Dol?,lo Bay Amateur Sailhng Club, na Deeb'o's, Ana EMENT . STrhoatro Royal, t'" .I. l?i " ?:ow Olpeon Housea, "Aero. tle Continent." _Olympic, "Mother Goose and Lho Enlhmntod Boauts. Academy Of Musnic, Flederal Minstrols. Albambra, Spcoinlty Uniooand "King Cockatoo." Solmore PaFra. Woodyoar' Circus. Auotralian Waxworks, open from 10 a.m, till 101mp.

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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

IITPOP.TS.-Jceeoon 4. Saic Luis, scehoonr, from S.u Francisco: 20 bl'els i lperk, iCO mccks beo?to, 50 drams oil, and -70,000 feet red wood. JANdnAY 5. S lanrolo, from Welliog'toa, N.Z.: I77 bagspollrdl, G011 bags onto, 572 bags barloy, 1028 ba.gs Umlt, 1407 bags brnn. 18 blaes Fnngus, 12 lbales flex, 400 b:gs whelat, 1006 kegs better, 141 caos chel seo, 12 iates bacon, 244 oases ineltH, 2 boxes gold, 14 bags grass eeds, 2l beod cattle,, 65 beid lorses, 15 cases eggs, 1 case Ioncey, 23 lckaoges sundries. Tem tollowig possengero reached port this merniig from lIelboaneo per Ly.c.Mooo: Ilcesdcnloes C. Cole Sltcher, Banrker, G. 2'Hastors, ]enson, Pitt, lHarinnll , If. iend, D1nc0n, Bruntor, (ilsbnmo, Glilnnd, C. Cole, Jaeksoo, ?lissco Wy. burn, Iutiton, A. Wolteo, essrs. G. Beourke, If. Jackson, W. It. Bell, Thomson, ctoaker, J. 1B. Londoa, Jenkins, S. Sinclair, If. Bosh, P. Black, P. Jenkins Solomono, Ilarkoer, Hibbard, G. WV. obelinsion, G. l'lloostors, It. A. Ifowetlh, J. C. Bur. ge...

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

CTEARANCBS.-JA'rAnr 5. Earltnbtn 35P3 to-', C.Vtfu I W. (oticr, t rDris. bano ai~d ):o: ii.(··I1) I poi: Chnla , 114i tonre Captlan J. Banks, for Mel. bonnue. BIuonob, Mf9 toi-, CaptaIn J. t. Sout', funr BrIn. nune, Moryluornuuglh, eand lookluamnltouu

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEST SYDNEY NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

WEST SYDNEY NOMINATION. The nominations for a representative for West Sydney took place this noon at the Town Hall, the Returning Officer (Mr. W. Simpson) being.in the chair. , Mr. PLaYFrAI'naid he had much plea sure in nomiliating:-his old .friend, Mr. Daniel O'Connor. The speaker was. in favour of the late, Government, but could not see that on that account he should oppose his old friend. Mr. O'Connor would not disgrace the electors when a Minister any more than when a member. Mr. Playfair was glad that another friend of his, Mr. Merriman, had shown his good sense in not contesting the seat, but in future, he had no doubt, Mr. Merriman would again represent the electorate. Mr. A. H. PaNesca seconded the nomi nation in a few well chosen words, and said that he felt -in O'Connor that the electors would have as faithful a represen tative in the future as in the past. There being no other candidates, Mr. O'Connor was duly declared elected. Mr. O'CoxNoa then came forward and said that...

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

FEDERATED SEAMEN'S UNION. Last night, at the rooms, Royal Arcade, the. anuual meeting of the Federated Seamen's Union was held, the president, Mr. J. Wright, in the chair. The president. and secretary of the Newcastle branch of the union, Messrs. Grahame and M'Glin ohey, were present, and addressed the meeting, after which the installation of officers for the ensuing year took place. Mr. Wright was installed by Mr. Grahamo, and the following gentlemen were re-instal led: Vice-presidents; Messrs.WV.Quaylo, W. Musto, and W. Daniels; treasurer, Mr. II. F. Davis ; secretary, MIr J. Wall; quarter master, Mr. F. Bevan; Messrs. J. D. Young, M.P., and Mr. H. B. Hill, manager of the Pyrmont E. S. and A. C. Bank, were elected trustees. After transacting some further, formal business the meeting adjourned.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURNING A CHILD AT ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

BURNING A CHILD AT - ADELAIDE. [Br TELEGORAPL[.I (FROM OUn OWN CORR0ESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, Tirs DAY. At Adelaide, the inquest held on the remains of the child found burnt in thie house of Charles Henry Norville was brought to a conclusion on Saturday. The evidence called showed that Mrs. Nor ville's condition vas noticedby neighbours, who upon her temporary retirement be. ,came suspicious.-..After the lapse of a few days, however, thdy: visited her, and on entering the house noticed a queer smell arising. This caused them to direct their attention to the :fireplace, where to their, horror they saw the body of a child slowly burning. The Jury returned a verdict.to the effect that fMrs. Norville had, given birth to a child which was afterwards burnt' by her, but the evidence was in sufficient to show whether the child.was born alive. The prisoner has only been three months in the colony. She came from London and joined her husband here, who has been in the colony about.twelve months.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. To-day and to-morrow are the days of nomination for the re-election of the mem bers of the new Government. At Mudgee, the nomination day is to morrow, but Sir John Robertson will not be opposed. For the Hunter, to-morrow is also the day 'of nomination. Mr. Burns, the Treasurer, has left' for Newcastle prior to. proceeding to Lochinvar. At Balmain, where Mr. Garrard the Minister for Works will have a walk over, he is announced 'to address the electors to-morrow. Mr. Spring left for Young last night to arrive in time for the nomination to-. morrow, and a walk over is certain. At Yass Mr. Heydon will not have to contest his seat. The nomination is fixed for to-morrow. Mr. Young, the Minister for Education, has left for Port Macquarie, en route' to Taree, where the nomination takes place to-morrow. Mr. Vaughn, Minister for Mines, left for Grenfell on Friday last, and was most enthusiastically received on his arrival there. The nomination is fixed for to morrow...

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

INSPECTORS' STOCK REPORTS. 700 store bullocks, IMacquarie to Albury. IVANEOE.-Dry and warm, Pasture im proving since thelate rains. Water supply -good. 9450 store wethers, Noonodo to Bolligal., Du?so.-Fine and. hot. Pasture not much improved. Water supply good. 9000. sheep, Dundulirinmal to Queensland. ManfRwA.-Fins all the week. Pasture good where not overstocked, but injured by hot sun and dry winds. Water supply. MoUDGEE AND RYLSTONE.-Weather fine and warm. A few occasional showers. Pas ture very good. Water supply abundant. sINGLETON..- Hot, dry weather. No rain since last report. Pastures going' off for want of rain, Water supply suffi cient in running streams, poor indams and water holes. 150 fat cattle Edinglame to' Riverstone; 93 fat and store cattle, Ash biook to Rorty Hill; 42 store cattle, lMaitland to Jerry's Plains. WAnIALDA AND MOBEE. - Fine;. 117 points rain in week. Pasture growing well. Water supply plentiful. TAnwonTH.-Pasture slightly improved. Water supply insuff...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PREMIER AT MUDGEE. MUDGEE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

THE PREMIER AT MUDGEE. (FROM OUR 5PEOIAL UBEPOTER.) bMUDGEE, Teus DAY. To-day Sir. John Robertson is being driven round the town and. vineyards, and to-night will be entertained at a banquet. The .pominations are to made to-morrow, and Sir John will address the people in the Town Hall aftertarde. When the nomination speech is over, a deputation will wait upon him to request that a new post and telegraph ofice and other requirements should be provided. Since his arrval, 'Sir John has boen assisted by the leading residents of the town.and tteated, with every mark of dis tinction. The country si looking splendid. Tholer is abundance of grass and prospects of an exceptionally good season.

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REDFERN. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

REDFERN. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Yates, D.S.M.) BAD LANGUAGE.-Conrad Hansen, for using obscene language, was fined 20s., or in default seven days. Joseph. Lawler, for a.similar offence, suffered a penalty of £3, or two months. John Connolly wass charged with using indecent language. The police said that lhe was one of the worst charac ters in the district, and the language used being of an exceptionally bad nature, the maximum penalty .of .£? was' inflicted, with the alternative of three months. A further charge preferred against him of damaging a table valued £1, the'property of:Louisa Richards, was dismissed in con sequence of the non-appearance of the pro secutrix. - STEALING.-Thomas Duffy was charged with stealing a china ornament valued at 2s. 6d., the property of Laurence Levi. The prosecutor, who keeps a shop on the Botany-road, saw the prisoner enter the place and try to put something into his pocket, which was found to be the article in question. Themagistrate characterised the...

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CARDSHARPERS AT THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

CARDSHARPZRS AT THE POLICE COURT. This morning Mr. Yates, at the Central Folice Court, had before him a case which occupied a great deal of time, and received the most careful hearing from the bench. A publican named Cook, who keeps the Wentworth Hall Hotel, in Harris-street, Ultmo, was charged with stealing ten £1 notes, the property of Samuel Asher. It appears that the prosecutor (a "dealer") and Patrick Walsh (severaltimesconvicted) were playing a game at cribbage for £5 a-side in the house of a barber named M'Guire, in Goulburn- street. Asher claiming to have won the money, and having all the best of the game, was about to pick up the notes, when Cook seized them, saying "Now we are quits !" For the defence it was stated that Asher had for some time owed Cook £16, which he had been paying off. very slowly, and at the time of this dispute he still owed him £1-3; which Cook took his opportunity of secur ing. It was also stated that Ashergot the best of the game by cheathig, and wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 5 January 1886

T?E ACTIVE AND INTELLIGENT. Policeman-" Come down out o' that, young felloc." Ieporter-"But I'm a re porter and I want to get a description of the fire." Policeman-" To the divil wid you. You can't stay there. You kin foind out all about the foire from the papers in the morning." Ask for DyssonaBro.'s Nectarine Jam.=-ADvT.] aothersl If you wish .to keep your childrel healthy, uosethe ludgCrco DisLtufcthut and? over Destroyer.-AT. ' Mk:for Dya ou Dro.'s Prc.c1 Jaw,-{ADVT,) Puablic Notices. FOR A FEW DAYS. OUR GRAND STOCK of DINNER, TEA, AND TOILET SETS, and all kinds of CROCKERY AND GLASS, at A Cash Discount of 4s. in the Pound, BRAY BROS. 402 and 404 George-street. A UCTIONEER'S NOTICE. W. FRASER MARTIN, for many years carrying on business as Auctioneer and Commission Agent in Sussex-street, bydney, and JOE N 0. HAMILTON, for merly carrying on business at 24, Hunter street, and at present at 93, Elizabeth street, as Auctioneer and Proparty Agent, have entered into PARTNERSHIP as Auc...

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