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A GHOST IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

A GHOST IN LOVE. A flrmir, .who had lately .btcoinmo widower,.was aroused at midnight by the loud barking of hisdog. Onl going- to it, the animal. ,;dis layd extreme terroa, whereupon the farmer tookhis gun and proceeded to an inspection. - All-at once he saw a phantom, clothed in a white shoet, riso behind the hedge. The farmor turned deadly pale, and-his limbs shook with dis may. IIe, however,.contrivcd.to ejaculate, " if you come from heavcn, speak ;. if from the evil dne vanish !" "Wretch," exclaimed the phantom, "I an your deceased wife,; come from' the grave to warn.you. not to marry Maria A- , to whom you are making -love. The-only woman to succeed me is IIon rietta B--. Marry' her, or persdcution and eternil tormnent shall bd your doom."i This strange address from the goblin, instead of dismisying -tlie farmer, restored his courage. ie accordlingly rushed to the ghostly visitor, and, stripping off the sheet, discovered the fair IIenretta B- her self, looking extremely foolis...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUROPEAN NOTES. (Home News.) FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

EUROPEAN NOTES. (fIeome News,) ;., FRANCE.{ The Bureau .of the French Chamber -oh November. 24 elected a committee of thirty-three members to examine the Ton pquin credits. Of these ten Deputies belong to the Eight and twenty-three to the Left. All the members of the Right and sixteen out of the twenty-three repro sentatives of'the Left are in favour of the French evacuation of Tonquin, either ,im mediate or gradmal, and the remaining seoven accept the principle of a limited occupation. M.,Brisson, the Premier, made a state inert' that the Government wished '.to redrice the number of troops in Tonquin, and to prepare for' the time when the resources of that country-would suffice t,, cover the expenditure, which its .occupa tion entailed, .but he would not lend him' self to any project of ovacuation, becausd he considered that a policy "tending towards a withdrawal at an early date would befraughtwith disaster.. ?lhe honour of France pas involved, and wlherionchli as enterprise as th...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIND AND MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

MIND AND MATTER. I A professor of the Texas University was explaining to the class his views on mind and matter. "Now," said he, "there is no doubt that mind existed a long time before matter, and yet mind can hardly be said to have ekistenco, in the proper sense of the word. I refer to this chair, or to [my body as a thing of existence positive, because I feel it; I know it is there, and can be seen. But, in reference to my mind-" "That is non-existent," broke in a stu dent, ahticipatinir the professor.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

' GOVEtiU8I OtlAZEtT The following notificatioib appear in 'yes terdagyo: Gahelte :- '...:: MUDGEEna : IRE(BpGADE.--The captain: of the. Mf dgee. Fire, Brigadel to..boe th,.local officer, in subg?itutiop fog,theo uperihtepdent. Foster Birgei' telegaph eatr. t Dei quii, 'to be post and tdldgiaph sftationmnster at Cargo,, vice' JPerry,i resigned'; 'and Mr. Laueueolot: William. Quick,.:tlegraph. probe.. tionerat.Cargo,to. be telegraph operator at Deniliquin, ;vice' Burgoss r, Mr. -Arthur CharlesiLowe, junor operator at Hillts to be bpei?toir ta"Grenfoll ,'ice Losgai;"M MC Frederick' Taylor. Piercy, messenge .at. Con dobolin, to he junior operator at Hilleton, vice Low'; Mr. Josph Ridhard Cabel, enssenger in the head office, to be'junior operator. Cor.oNIAL ANn INiDIiAN' Ex'iiitiON. Mecsrs. - illiam Gilmiour' Murray' and' Ran2 dolpl Charles Wanttohbe additional-mombers of. the Royal".Conmmission to act on.behalf, of this colony in England, in roepeot to .the Colonial and Indian Exhijiet...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. WEST SYDNEY NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS? ,WEST SYDNEY NOMINATION. The nominations for a representative for West Sydney took place. yesterday at noon at the Town Hall, the Returning Oflicer (Mr. W. Simpson) being in the chair. - . Mr. PLAerArn said he had much plea sure in nominating 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 disgrao 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; PaINCe 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....

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CITY IN FLAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

A CITY IN 'IfjIAIlWl8 From the San Francisco iapers we take the following partioulars con eerning- the disastrous fire which' dstroyed a groat portion of the city of Galveston, orxas, on November 13 : On November 13, at 20 minutes to 2 a.m., the most diestructive fire in, the. history, of Galveston broke out ina ~m1ll. foundry and. car-repairing shop on the north side of the ayonue:'known as the Strand, between Sixteenth and Seven teenth streets. A fierce gale. from the north was blowing at the time, and the flames spread with rapidity to both of the adjoining buildings. In a twinkling two more dwellings were ini flames, the in mates barely'escaping with their lives.- At this moment the fire department got two streams going, but the were of no avail. The heat became. so intense that the fire men had to abandon their position, and a wind arose and carried myriads of, sparks. to the premises east of avenue A. A gene ral alarm was sounded.- In half an-hour two blocks were burning fierc...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT A PINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

AT A PINCH. iA Frenchman knowing but little English, lauded in Liverpool, and .started uponl his. search for friends.' By s6ome means which he could never clearly :cbmprehend, he got into difliculties ith alurly drayman; and he found that he miust fight, and that, tqo at a rough-ahid-tumble'.' It was' a gloomy, repulsive p~rospet' to the'"poor Frenchman, Who was not at all used to such rough ways; but he had 'no choice.. His ad versary vas tbound'. to whip' himnanyway. , Before commencing the fight'the'French min diked what he should' do whbn' li ,oiuld stand' no mord .hippinrg$ fgrhis bellicose antagoiiast'looked dangerous. 'ie was told thatwhen ready.to give in.he had dn] to cry out, " iEnough !" and" the fight wduld be stopped at 0once.. 'And',then the battle coimnienced. The 'drayman ias eoni fident 'and 'merciless, and very soon the Freinc'hmn 'was beiiig khockd about Prb sniscuously. At leiingth feeling that he had enhjoyed the spdrt sufficieuitly, he began to cry out lustily;...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS AT SOUTHPORT. (Queensland Sportsman.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

' 1HRI.?T AS AT SOUTHPORT. (Queensland Sportsman.) "Now, then, boys, tumble up, it's nearly 8 o'clock, and we shall be late for break fast. While you are dressing I'll go down to' Gardiner's and bespeak a boat and a ,4ood lot of fresh logari." "All right, old man,"responded a sleeoopy voice from a bed in the corner of the room, while a steady snore-from the. other bed ?bttoketed that one sleeper required some thing more-than the voice to rouse him. ,This something more in. the shape of a heavy shaking was speedily forthcoming, ald thg sleeper drowsily eat'uprin bed, inquiring in a very- injured tone, "What? the dickens is apP" ' ' , The three persona thus unceremoniously introduced to the reader, werecpld And faat friends of many years.standing, and will be known as.Jim, Willio, andHarry; - Jim was a rotund individual of about thirty-five summers, whose portly but not clumsy figure indicated .that-asga rule his dinner agreed with him, and .who 'often declared that if his. wind ,wre ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WAR RELIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

A WAR RELIC., The clerk of the Circuit Court recently' received a letter from New York asking'' for information 'in regard to' an aucient case. The mantter iabout which:infdrimatioui iwas wanted ,wasan indictment' for'.reiso?' against Ridgeley Greatliouse, A'bsiry"flar pendinig, Alfred Rubery, Willihni C. 'Ldw, Lbrenzoz Libby,: and 17.others. -The indict mncnt was presented- by =a pgrand' jury 'August 21, 1863, and charges that the per sons'naumed: fitted out a.sehooner, the 3. 3. Chapmian uinder letters of' marque issued by Jefferson Davis, to prey' on- the commerce of loyal citizens of the United' States.' The defendants pleaded' " Not guilty," and on October 17th, having pub-. licly taken the oath of 'allegiance and bound themselves each, in the sum of 3,000dol; to' insure their good behaviour, they were discharged.. Judges Field and lIoffmnan heard 'the case. William .H. Sharp 'iwas district attorney, and George C. Gorham clerk of the Circuit Court.'

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAN SWIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

idEAN SWT. An instance of tlie bold and decisive measures which `sprung from the proud ardour and'deflanco of Swift's character, is vividly sketeh'ed -by 'the pyen of Dr. Sheridan : "During the publicatio~n of the Dra piei's Letters, Swift:took, great pains to conceal himdelf fto? 'beibg. knewn.a as the Author: The'd nly 1drsbns'in 'tte' "scret were Sobert Blakely, his butlr wlihos he dniployed' as"his ianianlteheis, and Dr. Sheridan.. As Robert wt'i'it the most dccurate trainscriber, 'the tco?ies were' al ways. delivered .by'hin.to'.the. doctor, in' Srde to'their ing' c eoieted' and fittedo or the ,press, .by.'whiin they were con- . toyed to the printer in such's way as to pretonte i?osibility-of discovery. It hap pened that RobertBlakely, the very even ing dif tile d' on which'tho' prclamation wae' isaued offering a ?relward of £300 for discovering ,the authqr of tho Drapier's Sourtltterr;'.. dstaid :'out., later than usupi-without:" hisimaster's leave. The dean ordered the door t...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PENOLOGY COMMISSION. GOVERNOR STONEMAN FILLS IT WITH THE PRESENT DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

PENOLOGY,,;PC MM !§SION. GOVERNOR STONENAN FItLL IT WIT TrHE PRESENT DIRECTORS, The last session of the Legislat&~i passed the following concurrent resol,' tion : 'Whereas, the criminal element in the State of Californiaiis increasing; and' Whereas; measures should'' be' take?. to reform youthful criminals, and.to properly care for dischaiged prisoners;`and d' •Whereas, owing to the short time 'tlh Legislaiture of the State is in sessi'oi',.itis, imnpossible to eniat' such laws'as bshall' do fill and complete justice to' the subject matter; therefore be it Resolved, that the Governor of 'this State be directed to appoint a comminssion of five citizens 'of this State, who shall in quire into -the subject of ptnology -as applicable to the condition of p.issn affairs within this State, and report to.the Governor before the meeting bf the nexit Legislature such suggestions a~id'ieboin mendations as shall enable the Legislature to enact'suchladieas` slill remiedy; eit-t ing evils...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAMATIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

DRAMATIC NOTES. A boy and a girl of extraordinary size, children of Benjamin S. Crowell, of Port La Tour, Shelburne, arebeing exhibited at Yarmouth. The girl is thirteen years of age and weighs two hundred and sixty five pounds; the boy is two years old and veigha one hundred and ten pounds. The fathor isof ordinary size i the. miither i small, with thin features. . When Nye was leading man at Brighton, Charles Dillon, the great Belphegor, was engaged to star a ....London on-Sea for six nights. "Hamlet" was the opening piece, and Nye was east for the' Ghost. Rehearsal was called, and Mr. Dillon attended, and when he saw Nye he sat by'.the prompt. table watching= th ' Ghost' attentively, ?hilst the prompter read the lines of the Royal Dane... Nye began the' speech "I am thy father's spirit;" Dillon became deeply attentive. Nye had had just reached the end of the speech when Dillon suddenly rose and approaching the ghost said: "Come with me please. I want to speak to you," and he led ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAILS. LONDON, JAN. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

STHE MAILS. lREUTEE'S TELEGRan.r 1 T P idad )0. Com|pwnysisteam slip !Ballaaratf, rom Melbourne, No vember '190arrived- at Plymouth yes terday moinbrnig SUEZ, JAN. 4. The. P. and.; O Company's steam ship Chussan; from Melbourne, De ceniber 13, irrived here this morning, homevard'btiid.' . ::'" " ', The 'M:.MS: aledoien, from Mel bourne: DdDcember "5, Jpassed here to-day, hoierd' boundi.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY FIRST PANTOMIME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

MY FIRST PANTOMIME.'' So these are theo.giants, and fairies, and .sprites, I've saved up my pennies to seo; -And 'this is the vision I've dreamed of at nights,. . - * And laughed at withiinfantine glee. 'Tis a fraud, a deeeption,' and soI'll tell Sis. I'm sick of the meaningless clack ;. If I were not so little I'd start on to hiss, * And ask for my five shillings back. The ?lait's a man fattened out like a cask, And walks upon stilts far-too high ; I can see his moustache through' the mouth of his mask, I'm so'thoroughly sold I could cry. The fay. qieien's a mother, with a snub-nosed young child, I saw it quite plain'in the "wings ;" And:it bitterly cried while the fairy queen smiled.:' At therinbbise the comie man sings. Tlrgoblin's- boy quite as young as myself, . And speaks with a coeooknsyfied stress; While'as for the wonderful miniature elf, Her mother made Sissy's last dress. The clown think's he's funny; 'he once may have been, But his jokes aro as old as the hills; And the ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANQUET TO SIR JOHN MACDONALD. LONDON, JAN. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

BANQUET TO SIR JOHN MAC .DONALD. LONDON, JAN. 5. At a banquet ggiven last night in honour of Sir John Macdonald, Pr6 hlici6?of Canada;, Sir Arthur Blyth ,Agent-General for South Australia 'declared tliati deeds have proved the loyalty'f:tlie colonies-a loyalty, he added, which would never fail.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE: III.—GROWLER'S NEPHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE; OR DOCTOR GRUNDY'S PATIENTS. Br EDWARD ELLIS. llI.-GROWLER'S NEPHEW. 'Tie a villain, sir, I do not lovo to look on -Tempoist, Act I. Sc. 3. If I could bring myself to apply the word fair, undor-,any circum stances, to Growler's nophew, I would say that he is a fair specimen of the typical larrikin, whose portrait you may see, not unfrequontly, drawn by the comic cartoonists, and whose actions you .may road about, when you are so minded, in the police re ports of the daily papers. You may pick him out from a crowd five hundred yards off by tih blotch of red ribbon which forms his necktie; you may swear to his presence in a building when you cannot see him at all, by the concentrated odor of stale tobacco which is exhaled from every article of his apparel; and you may trace him from place to place by the damage he has loft behind him, and the indignant horror of the people who have, unfortunately for them selves, been the subjects of his attentions. I never hoar...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

Public Company. ANN?AL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION, 515N 1 5TE R S .RE RENTS INSURED. 'irt-claeno DWILLIONID IoIITREPENOCE PER £100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. . Shipping. LIOMPAGNIE DES MESSAGERIES S.J MARITIMES. -DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION FROM SYDNEY to MARSEILLES, via MELBOURNE, ADE LAIDE,MAURITIUS, and SUEZ CANAL, BOOKING PASSENGERS THROUGH to .LONDON, OVERLAND, via MAR --BILLES. Steamers under postal contract with the Government of France. The service is carried on by powerful iteamers of 4000 tons and 8000 effective R.p., built expressly for the Australian and New Caledonian line, which will be despatched as follows: easaer. Commander, Sydeyat Melboure Salazie ,urd .I Feb.23 Feb.27 O?eanien ...Didir and thenceforth every 28 days. Rates of passage money to Marseilles from £28 to 65, including table wines and the Suez Canaldues onpassengers. RETURN TICKETS issued at the fol lowing rates: 1st clanss 2d class. 3rd clese; Available 9 month ...5. .. £84 ... 40 i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

£5000.--Flrst Aroual Salo of Gold nand S!lver Jo?weller,, Watches, Clocks, &e. 30s. good vaoluoe for 1, all now Christloas desig?ls. Everybody san aflord to give a present by purchasing of the on. terlrisilog it of J. lorclard nd Co., watch nakcrs, J wellers, and tlveramlths, 7289, George. streCt, corCer Cathpell-otreet,-(AvD ,

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRIEND IN NEED. A CHRISTMAS SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

A FRIEND IN NEED. A C?IISTMAS SKETCH. Christmas Eve in Auckland, as in all cities, is a busy bustling kind of a night, necessitating for economical housewives. and "better halves" a special tripintotown to select the roasting beef atthe butcher's, the fruit and vegetables at the green grocer's, and the materials for the plum udding p(if they have riot already been purchased) at the grocery store. It is a 'lively. night. The well-lit shops look so bright and attractive with their brave array of Christmas goods, the people look so merry, the constant greetings and ex changes of "compliments of the season," sound so cheery, that it does one good to be out and about on Christmas Eve. A certain Christmas Eve-never mind the year-formed no exception to the rule. It was a bright, fine, starlight night, and buisy Queen-street was like a fair. Saunter ing along in the middle of the road (the pavements were almost impassible) came a young man of five or six and twenty. His appearance was stran...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.—JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886

LATE SHIPPING. AtRRIVAL.--JANUAnx 5. El. L. Polttungil, Ac?ricanl bnvrque, 81-4 tons, Coptain C. C. White, fromn Boston, September 12. Pansengers: ?frs. White and four children, Eugoen RUilf Messrs. Scott, Hondomron and Co., agents.

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