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EXTENSIVE BUSH FIRE. TOCUMWALL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

't y TELErpAr[lj' 'I' ""+ ( 03f OUR OWi Exte sive bust:1f ihe5 re gilig to tlihe lorth r the lah' iys.' esedhy ' afternoi n they caughtlbMr.Wlilso'i,..300 0 ',cres op of wheat, 10 acres of which , d s t 'di*ef6k.th hi, l a's tei h.' dfdit nt4atehi'ulhessfaied itlxiety' on the at d6f ettlers piersils;l oi'ne' td the ln. triant growth of' grasa 'nidwtry' ;dyi.y]a the weather exceedingly':ltdt:' ,Should fire obtain the mastery with it westerly wind, it wouild'! wehbi>'ti?hte'liole country to Albury. Blamre, in" some in stances, is attributed ;" bdethii lht lhliar ing par es burning off on Jerilderie-road. N?mbei of men l hte de 'Ad'llP·.'night" watchi4 to provent the further spread of fire. R in would be very abcoptrible.' ve useful for of lOi ,..dýfshe is tr namae ,ome. . It is shaped like tro ,. oxomian" pattern that lace ntut the s'te exte hdit~. ll i{'d\id, te ankle and above the heel, eing .de aloi thd'tippeti':part of the sh)ie .to its edge by r ht'ig'n it' through 50 that it ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHOLESALE RESIGNATION OF TRADE UNION OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

TRADE OJlION OFFICIALS. The recent disturbances among tl maritime Labour Unions appear to given rise to a considerable of dissatisfaction among th hers of those organisations. 4 Sydney Coal Lumpers' Uniq o con.nn.tee have resigned, will consequently have fresh electicn for these posi t s reported also for those. secretary, now filled by. t ..nd J. Solsly respectivel on Saturday there was. ? ,?. meeting of the Wharf art which the president, v idftan several other officers tn inations, and they wore Saunders was elected to the ttu of president, and a disussi to whether the society sha'..l e donation of .1O00 from trhei c I ournq' bootmakers or not. T'l'h:.i itt?eryas,' ,i over for the present. : ,:ý:. An..American court hde'decidetaist=a, man is the owner of his wifti:'6 iohes. If his wife's now bonnet at q o ti? ?does niof; please him, he can wear it hbiisn'e~Ie is is; ao very important decision. An old proverb says :-" all;h coe0ti to him who can wait." If siiinif eei, th waiter, so...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WHARF LABOURERS PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

iTHE WHAmk1e AI36 E1'tgqrF1 Notwitpa di l h01Lv e i'2i1 haive gloni f have not time is aoethan~-f6rl theft the. annual icipi llfie.' been apphjyeas"f .cayonici.oral see{ necessary -arrangemeints; tm ands ertic r. MA. J. chasirmnn. ¶he first ni 1 otl he cois snittee is to be held :oenn:es i 'g*4) j] vext, and is?hlinas'?den " . desii thi l o ' which he t1eatoietoeei it liamentar9 dttJdi~ii Zviia~ ~oýý"Aýý EJ .

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

Ma ters politcal are in that conditioni whic can best e,described as mixed. We IaveLa a npe e to'the ýpu lrygwl~ih 's'honl, many" pcople'; ssids; have gone agai t the Minitry that made it,. but sonm ow or other does not appear to tave done o. At the outset of the elections, the iovernmlent got somle very hard knoc , but they seemed toh?oe retrieved them elves in the country di'tricts, where mann political prophets?* f"rognosticated their efeat. They ever plaimlto 1~µve thq majoity, and are deffaiiy' going aboug theirtusiness as if they were sure of one., On tl other hand, th eOplo i ernsa?'4 jubi? lant t the prosptdtsc ofdtbttaniins'gofflee; anid ey, too, are makling their arrange nent as if they lhad the battle already won. Sir John Robertson and his friends: claiim o have i55 followers in the House; and this be true the fight over the Addsrss in Reply is all over, barring the .anno cmenIt of th? result. Both sides appe to be over-sdtin hbe as'tottliihtm ber o votes they cai} rely ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. NUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

_. [0 o' - nOWN't CORESi'0xNDE NTH.] T . . " T. ' 1 IU N D L E. Tie weather is 'flih, but very dry and op ressive. Rain is badly wanted through ti itr district genenrally. Wibi Aad the advent "of your 'vaildibld' paper, and wish it a wide circulation. ' 1 . i The second of the series of;iwoolealec this season took place on Saturday after, noon on the premises of the G. N. Wool dGii4!ACfo . etW. Brunker was itfietionedr; and there. was a good attend ance.of.,buyers. Upwards- of 400 bales were sold under the Ishanmuer, and a great at , fter trs . tvat l. Averagt C.ut.9sts export for past week £1684 3s.e - p,,SSneudayl.it ernoon an interesting cerinold'v hook lilnd aht Lamtbton-nainely, "BThtade, 'ilrder'Suploriifteident Franh Gardnur, and Honeysuckle Point Brigade;, un?htateUptain Larkins, were present. withl tlficiuatd`thes ;rlir pipll? -of u tha ton. Hundreds of people were pre `sen''."Tiiej' 'ormed in ranks in Lambton , Cotl , Co~apany'?- ..paddock., 1- l.dem Uan Dent," .P., presid...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [REUTER'S MESSAGE.] [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

C&i COMMERCIAL. .. [R. Tx-rEB's MESSAGE.] LOND?' I-Friday. - Wheat aflo.,n 1,500,f-X4 uahels.. Chilian copper, £40; * tin, £91..1O. 1 Melbourne mutton selling ! 't33l. .t x 4 M i .t f .o _w. 5t. PJ'

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISASTROUS FIRE IN AMERICA. 60 BLOCKS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

DISASTROUS FIRE-IN AMERICA: G0 BLOCKS DEST'O$ R;D.;i IJ. 1 NEW YORK, Friday evening.-Newt hra been received here of a disastrous fire. having broken out at Galveston, a seaport town in tlih State of Texas. The fire has been burnýi?' since early ttrs mornin .i Ailready GO ctlib?eks of buiidihn have been' destroydd, oind' damage estimated at. four maillion dollars has been 'a , wards of ikhjrndred inhabitnt's aY been renderedhiomnDless, a

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

. EW, EALAND FROZEN MEAT. • ,. TRADE. I -2EUTE1S's MESSAGE.] Rio v A it:,- Friday.-M?essrs. Shlpy;" Saville, arad Al ion Company's s.s. Arawis, from Nififton, N.Z., with 1"4S9Q cpQ( (uses of y meat, arrived on ,thejtt A.1R

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE P. & O. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

T) E P-: & 0. COMBA1Y. . .[ TER'S MESSAGE. LoN?nGoi Writay.-The P. and 0. Congl panly l~eI deolared a dividenid of 8 per. cent. meS'uMm*un

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRADES AND LABOUR. SYDNEY WHARF LABOURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

JES AND LABOUR2? 1' ~ SYDIt&AWHARF LAB61tiF ., Inattezu;n l'connection with' tlhe stp strike `at ilghty and Co.'s are still inl a state of , sspese, pending. the appeal to the Supreme ousrt on behalf of.? tciht o. recentl '$e by ; the . Police dishtEbth The" .Snxk oiidt on the CIaftbh Wharf is still unsettlodt The agqgtplof the T.S.N. Company 'hie' endeavoute Ito supply the place of;qth strikers wt non-union men, but'soincbf S:tt' evidently. upfitted jdr the. work, ac therefore'reliziuwished i It is' prol)?lfl&tTat the mintirt.ill shortly come before the Shipoener's Association,; It seems tta sumol?k. and the r alAl Whals nt co a just as o p us .they aro,5 t ewej i tvsstie ' concede t re tiue thnus ` cs th i the pay ot me bsn d the matt and whe] srn 3 r around the arveawill ai' aiiehom ins i : swinm in 'thes o snlt d' 9h ships anuc 4 tunity of tnjeshgthdfrhristnatsolei clays with a lhttle cash is htndF Vast' V" 8

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE R.M.S. ORIENT. LONDON, 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

jIpPER'S TELEGRABS.J L LONDON, 14th-l" .The ompany's R.M.S. Origpn, Sailed so'ihPl1ynouth at 1 p.m. yesterday, for: Aust1hd 3orts.;

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 16 November 1885

INQUEST. At an inquest held at the South Sydney Morgue this morning on the body of Thomas Hill, killed on Saturday by a heap of sand falling on him at Anderson's sand hill, off Bourke-street, Waterloo. The jury returned a verdict of death by suffo- cation, caused by the accidental fall of sand, and also added a rider strongly re- commending that notices of caution be   posted up at this and all other similar places.      

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONSIEUR MANGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

MONSIIEUR MANGIN. One of the most original, unique, and succescsful humbugs was the late Monsieur Mangin, the blacklcad pencil maker of Paris. While passing through the public streets there was no:hing in his personal appearance to distintguish him from any ordinary gentleman. He drove a pair of bay horses, attached to an open carriage with two seats, thle back one always occu pied by hIis valet. Sometimes he would take up his stand in the Champs Elysdes; at other times near the column in the Place de Vend6me; but usually he was seen in the afternoon in tlhe Place de la Ilastille, or the Place de la MIadelaine. On Sundays his favourite locality was the Place do la Bourse. lIangin was a well-formed, stately looking individual, with a most self satisfied countenance, whichl seemed to say, "I am m~istr hcru,asd all that my auditors have to do is to listen and obey." Arriving at his destined stopping-place, his carriage halted. His servant handed him a case, from which he took several h...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

ELECTION CHAFF. This is the kind of stuff with which thie British Conservative papers delighted their readers, and deluded tlemselves prior to the late genoril election. There was to be a grand Tory reaction based on thb not very creditable theory7 that the new voters would not know what to do witlh their votes, and so would give or sell them to the persons who had done all they could toirevent them from votingat all. In Hertfordshire last week (says Vanity Fair), a Radical candidate kept reiterating that hlie "was not double-faced." : Wheore upon an irritated farmer exclaimed, "I shouldn't think you was, or ,you'd a brought the other face with you." Wily Canvasser: "May I ask for your vote for the Tories ?" Intelligent Voter: "Torisa ! Who be theyP Whoere do they live?" TWily: Canvasser duly explains. "But have not the Liberals been here?" Intelligent Voter: "Noa, no'er a Li beeral's been nigh here." Wily Canvasser: "Well, as we've called first, will you promise us your vote ? Firs...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE, Napoleon Buonaparte, according to the memoir of him by Madame Junot, who knew him from ids youth up, was one of tfe men who "cannot take a joke." Tile day on which he Brst wore a soldier's uni form he was as vain of his clothes as a West End carpet warrior. Madamoe Junot adds: "There was one part of his dress which had a very droll appearance-that was hIis boots. They were so high and wide that his thin little legs seemed buried in their amplitude. Young people are always ready to observe anything ridiculous, and as soon as my sister and I saw Napoleon enter the drawing-room we burst into a loud fit of laughter. Buonaparte could not relish a joke, and when he found him self the object of merriment he grow angry. My sister, who was some years older than I, told him that since he wores sword he ought to be gallant to ladies, and, instead of 'being angry, should be happy that they joked with him. V You are nothing but a child, a little school girl,' said Napoleon, ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHILIP'S WIFE: OR THE RESULT OF MY QUIET SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

'PH~iLIPS WhF? - 'OR 5HPE RESULT OF MY QUIET SUMMEIR. By A. CGwronn. "So this is a farmhouse,; is it P" sx tlaims poor unamma, who has boeen wedded to fashion all hler lifo and thinks this frea?k of mine of spending a quiet stunsner, with cut gaiety, dress, flirtations, or any ot the other frivolties of the " set" just barely short of lunneacy, and she looks disconso lntely out at the green lawn, with the di lapidated fence at its farther end, and at the glimpse of yellow fields seen betweeon the trees on one sidd, wlhile on tile other tho blue waters of the bay shimner in the distance. MIeanwhile, Celeste, our French anaid, who is as silently aggrieved as mor tal can be, Steals a glance at the chickens, hliens, and turkey gobbler, who promenade to and fro before our windows, occasion ally mnaking unchecked raids upon the front piazza, and I am certain says to hIr, self that if we were not, in gjoeral, rather desirable patrons to be with, she would not endure this sort of thing an h...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. SALA'S TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

MIR. SALA'S TRIP. The prayer of Burns,"O wad some pow'r the giftie gie us, to see oursel's as ithers see us," is being granted in the case of our antipodean fellow subjects (ays the ILsomc News.) Mr. Sala'sletters to the Daily Tclegrauphbecome more and more amusing and instructive. In Australia and New Zealand they will be read with close interest. They perform a double' office. They will give Australasia the views of an applreciative observer on them selves and their country; they serve at home to. dispel many false notions on things antipodean. The letter published on Friday last, November 13, is full of humour and significance. Necessarily these communications are sketchy, and if Mr. Sala, as everyone hopes sincerely he may do, escapes from-the :Bluff withou being driven mad "by the liquid comrn plexities of Maori nomenclature," he wil doubtless elaborate his notes. In more than one place he hints that he has not said all he has to say. HIe does not hesi tate to confess .that he ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

LAST MOMENT. According to a Molbourne telegram no casualties whatever are to be traced to the great fie on the Yarra bank, where the 40000 cases of kerosene went up in one bonny blaze 200 feeoot high. That.is a very comforting reflection, and as nobody is tho worse for tile fire barring the insurance companies, upon whom sympathy would be thrown away, there is nothing particular to be regretted. At Adelaide to-day the chief attractions are the regatta and a race meeting on tlhe old course. Two bicyclists have, our Adelaide cor respondent informs us, successfully accom phshed the journey from Adelaide to Eount Gambier. We learn by telegram that large bushl fires have been raging in Hawke's Bay. Great damage was done to the townships in the bush. They were surrounded by fire, many houses being destroyed, and the inhabitants rendered homeless. The weather is very dry. Whether gin is good for adults or not is a point upon which teetotallers and dis tillers not unnaturally disagree. But ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIRDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

GIRLDLES. A superb addition to evening dresses, or to those worn in the house, maybe made by elegantly forming and ornamenting a velvet girdle. Black velvet is becominmg to either slender or rounded figures, and when a rich quality of velvet is used it is very effective. Such a girdle may lhave the upper edge finished withl cut jet beads, aid laced at the back with black silk laces, the ends of which may be ornamented with balls of jot. -If greater ornament is desired, gold cords may be used as laces;, and panier-like draperies of black, lace may extend- from the point of the girdle in:front around the sides nearly to the back, or ,where the second side seams would be in a tailor-made costume. A deep garnet velvet or satin girdle may be worn.with. a dress. of Any harmbnising ehade. This should be laced with strands of fine garnet beads, and edged with cut garnet beads about.one-third of an inch in diameter. Chenille. laces may take the place of silk cords or st;rands of beads, Sand ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 1 January 1886

TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the Council was held last night at tls Swan with Two Necks, [George Street, when representa tives were present from the following societies :-Ironmoulders, Journeynien Farriers, Stewards' and Cooks' Union, Hunter River MIiners, Operative Boot makers, Painters, Tinsmiths, Upholsterers, Cooks and Pastrycooks, Typographical Association, Saddlers, Coacsmakers, Progressive Carpenters, Journeyman Tailors. Mr. Thomas Shortal was in the chair. The affiiliation of the Brlickmakers and Pipemakers with the Council was under discussion, and a letter was also received from the Free Trade Association, asking for a list of societies connected with tihe Council. Mrr. RIcE was proposed as gvice-presi dent of the Council, upon the suggestion of MIr. Jones. Mr. SYnous, the secretary, then read a list of subscriptions received on behalf of. the Lambton miners; and a discussioen upon the refusal of the Seamen's Union to pay the levy of Is. asked of t...

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