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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
COMMERCIAL., The stock and sharo market quotation to one o'clock each day appear in Last Momoet column ou logo 5. cL"GaOns '" Office. 1 p.m. In the import markets there is no slpeculativo business to report, transaction beiug limited to ordinaay trade sales. In the flour market the market is decidedly flrm, with an Upa?rd toendency, Holders are adking higher rates; bat many of oar leading lbakers having parohused largely, and hold good sulmplies there are no sales of importance to report sceho teopening of the now year. There is no change worth recording in either the Mfel. burnomr Adelaide markets forin the former wheat was sold yesterday at 2s. 10d. and 3s. 10td., and in Adelaido at 49. ld. to 4d. 2d. 10,000 bushels of old wheat were placed at 4s. 2d., and flour is selling in Adelaido at £9 o10s. to £9 15s. for rollor.mado: onrinary country brands, £8 10s, to £c 15s. In spirits we hear of sales of Hennesoy'a one. star brandy at 35s., and thre-star at 4OS. Tho latter is scarce. In ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should bo ad. dressed to TiE EDITOR. All buslness eommunlestions, Includlng advertise. monte orders for thle ?ler, and roemittacos, should be addressoed toto BusinEss MaIAroEn, and not to THE EmDTOs. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
Special Advertisements. THrl E G L O B E. SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to either paper are requested to SEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION : G LOBE.-8 PAGE PAPER.. PRICE 1D. Quarterly, in advance, 6s. Gd.; booked, 7s Gd. S UNDAY TIM E S 8-PAGE PAPER. PRICE 2D. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2s. Gd DIARRAMATTA. - Persons requiring . The Globe and Sunday Times news. papers can have them delivered by Mr. S. Scandritt, Church-street. II[ALMAIN.-Mr. H. A. WEST, Beattie. .L street, is appointed Sole Agent for the "Sunday Times" newspaper in Bal main. M ESSRS. RYDER and SON have been appointed SOLE AGENTS for the sale of this paper at Lithgow and surrounding district. BRAY BROTHERS, China, Glass, and Earthienware 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 F...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 6, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. Jannalry 6, 9 nan. SyDNnn.-N.E., fine, thormnomotor76 iu slhande. ALUnY.--N.E., fine, hot. ]ALLInA.--E, 1111n seO rough. ANtnnnAnJou.-E.1.E.. finn, noea smooth. BATEA'SO ATu.--S.E., fine, sna moderato. tMRLLNoER IHEADS.-S., cloudy, sea moderate. CLAENCE. tIlAvs.-E., showery, bar nmodentoo CPE' HNwer.-N.E., fine, sea smooth. EnEn.-Calh, fine, sea moderato. One ISnLAND.-S.E., fine, soea smooth. GinrrON.--Calm, fine, JEnvms BAT.-N., fine, sea moderate. KrIAA.-N., fine, sen moderate. MaNINn HADns.-N., fino, sea moderate. Motnuo HEAns.--S.E fine, nseaon moderate. NAmnUCcnA HEAns.--Cnlm, fine, sea moderato. NEWCAnTmIn.-N.N.E., fine, sea smooth. 'onr MAcQuanmr.--Calm. fiLne, sea moderate, iPOT SiPnrmENS.-N.E., fine, sea smooth, Se.arL ocs.-N.E., fine, sea moderato.e, ouTU HEIA,--N.E., fine, sea smooth. Tnnnan.-E., cloudy. ULLAnULLA..Calm. fin0, sea smooth. WOLLOnONo,-N.E.. fuone, sea smnoth.
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. Overland to Melbourne, and thence per Orient teeonor Potosl, Thrrsday, Januaiy7. Regis. tcred Lettere, 4.30 p.ln.; ordinary, 6 p.mn.; 101. the }oz.; newspapoer, 4.3l0 p.m., ld. onoh. Loat letters for tlih United Kilgdon only will ho received up to 6.30 ,.m.; extra foeo, 6d. For raten to places other than the United King. dom seo "lostal Guido."
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
AGENTS FOR T"HE "GLOBE'. Tho GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, or fift-sitx columns in all. Itthus becomes THE LARGEST EVERING NEWSPAPEE, : : ; :IN A'USTRATIA.I ' Tho'GLOBE'Eieanbeoob tined of the following g t - .... : g | SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS F. Barker, 85 Sussexstreoot ,Samuel Barter, Balmain west o~kestall Company, King-sltrot tram and Rodfora Station ',, ' -I i. . Burnet, Woollhram Smuenl Bushby, 84 Vine.street, Redforn Joeph Cadogan, Central Balmain W.1 Calan, Hanrrias-street, Ultimo: H. ;W. L. Causton, 111 Clarence-str1et Hr. C. Clark, trans torminus, Marriskvlle 3. Croft, 95 William-ntreot Deacon and Sons North Shore .G. Engitoh, Padeington H. jW. Foster, 1it William-street Wm. C. Good, Poterskna Mrs. Hamilton, WVaverley Harris Brothers, Newtown; also at Cook's River Macdonaldtown and St. Peters MR. iehiucltffe, 75 Botny.roed Waterloo H. How, Pnarrosmattd-r6ad; oiehhmkdk , , I Mrs Johns, McMahon's Point, Lavoeader Bay Joep h King, Lavender Bay W.!J. Mantlo 131 Qrry.str...
BROKEN METAPHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
BROKEN" METAPHORS. Broken metaphors are not lesslaughable than ludicrous games of cross-purposes; and the risible public are much indebted to the editor of a loyal journal who lately informed them that the Radicals, . by throwing oil the mask, had at last shown the cloven foot; congratulated his readers that the hydra-head of faction had re ceived a good rap upon the knuckles; and maintained that a certain reformer was only a hypocritical pretender to charity, who, whenever he saw a beggar, put his hlnd in his breeches' pocket, like a croco dile, but was only actuated by ostentation. While we are upon this subject, let us not forget our obligations to the country curate who desired -his flock to admire the miraculous force which enabled Samson to pdt a thousand Philistines to the sword with the jaw-bone of an ass; nor let us pass over the worthy squire who, being asked by his cook in what way the sturgeon shbuld.be dressed' which he had received asia-present, desired her to make'?it...
THE LAWYER'S ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
THE LAWYER'S ELOPEMENT. Mrs.. Smartford was a widow, of very eccentric habits, of an independent for tune, but one, moreover, who had soon a good deal of the world, and had ox perienced its selfishness. She had under her solo care and protection a young lady, daughter to her deceased and lamented brother, Mr. Enthorn. Miss Enthorn, besides her expectations from her aunt, would, on coming of age, be possessed of a considerable fortune, which her father, by a long life of industry, had amassed. Under these circumstances, it was not sur prising that shoals of admirers flocked in her train, all of whom (as a matter of course) were perfectly disinterested in their motives, and entirely devoted to her person. . These gave great annoyance to the old lady, who mortally hated all fortune-hunters. It happened that a young lawyer came to reside in the town in which they lived, and no sooner did he hear of Miss Enthorn and herfortune, thenlihedetermined tomake a bold stroke at independence 'by ...
A GENTLEMAN BARMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
A GENTLEMAN iBARMAN.. •He was a capital fellow and a tip-top swell. He was always spruoely dressed in the most fashionable colour and out; he wore a large gold watch and chain; he had sparkling rings on his fingers, and on his toes-well, you could not see his toes, but no. doubt they were in keeping with the' rest of his attire: His teeth, were white, his face wreathed in smiles, his manner pleasant and airy, and his lan guage very high-toned. In fact, he was every inch a' lady-killer. Such' wis the man as I saw him .doing this good town of ~irs somel twelvydears ago. I never heard of his being in debt, and, as far' as the studyj oftthe human countehance went, he he might have been the veriest fool of a butterfiy' that ever existed.. Yet I was not-satisfied-I felt that some mystery attached to?.liim ,Why? . Beoause'. I could not get at the source of his:income.. That he was not'a geiitlenian born .it was nit very difficult to see;' that he' hiid no private fortune I gradually gather...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
i or Sale. A.. FARM FOR'. TWO SiILLINGS PER ACRE PER WEEK. SALE on the GROUND . of the GOSFORD MODEL FARMS, This MAGNIFICENT BLOCK of AGRICULTURAL LAND has been SUBDIVIDED, into MODEL FARMS of FROM 3 to 8 ACRES EACH. To Buyers of several Lots easier torms are arranged. Already many purchasers arQ settling on the property, and. we look to ho distant date when Gosford will be thO FTinest Producing District in N.S.W. In a recent article on Cheap Food, the "lEvening News" in speaking of Sydney, says:-- , For a city of its size and popula tion, 'it must be acknowledged by impartis people that Sydney is,'in 'maniy respects, deficient. The great want of a populous city is cheap food; and cheap food is what to c great extent Sydney does not possess. No reason canobe given why it should not; why it should have to import a very large propertion of its food from thlp other celonies9and foreign dosintrid? . * * *' Undoubtedly there is nothihg.so important for the health of :the people as a plen...
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
-AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAy TIMES" CAN.BE OBTAINED BM;- IO ,THE FOLLOWING AGEBTS? " Mr. John Vs.uoy, By. -tret,- Globe Mrs.OChnp.san, Bridgo House, Forest Lodge Mr. (. Casstlla, Elizabeth.street, Belmoro Park ,Mr. John Fsaher, Elizabeth.-streot, past Bathurst. stre et Mr. B. Kahn, 37 George.streot West Mre.iMoore, 21 GlObePointB;Road. Mr. Frost, 8S Geolrge3sreot, Csmelrdown' Mr. 0. Gough, Tobacconist, Glole-road Mr..Wellmen, Geergr-stroeet West, opposite Rail. way Station Mr.C.Browuvn,1.Geo?rge-stret West. Mr. 0. Milliurd,193Kino streotJouwtosve ) ?. Mr. J. C. Voumeesh, 81 Kiug-streot, Nesrtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacconist, Manly Mr. . Ganunon, 217 Oxford-streot, opposito gaol MIr. John L. Berghoefer, 815, Pitt-streeot Mr. Goode. Cruntrbu.y,.rsnd, Pterts i . h Mrs Mithelli l1l-fr , P-te t haote .t ,.u Mr. How, 'arrumstta-.road M'. Flynn, 249 Oxford.streot, opposite gasol Mr. 0. Evererd, 112 Oxford-streot Mrs.!Msonningt, Oxford-street Mr. S. Scandnrtt, Church.-streot, Parraum...
DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
DEPARTIIRES.-JAxoarnU II. Ly.ec.moou, 1202 tons, Captain G., aTlt, for Bris bauo aud Nort?lhrn portaL ' Archer, 69L tons, CaptainF. W. MLorris, forBris bno e an or Northerl ports. Ronowarro, 808 tolr, Captain James Tozor, for Adoelaido, via ?Mlbo'l ,..
SHIPPING. High Water, Sydney Cove, this day 9.10 p.m. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
8HIPPINg. HIgh Water, Sydney Cove, thin day 0.10 p.m, ARRIIVALS.-JASUAAR O. Coroki (a.), 50 tons, L. Posthon, master, from Malceay RIiver. Sailed January 5, 'Paosenors: Mrs. Element, MessHrs. iloulton, Collins. from Port Mecqlmurie: lessers. lBntler, POntt, Roberts ; 4 in steerage. Cargo :72 bags maizel, 2 coops peoultry 5 cases oggs, 4 cows, 24 calves, S pits, I coop do., and stundriOes. Crossod iMacley bar January 5 at S a.m., enicreod Sydneoy otele January 5 at 10 a.m. Experienced light northerly winds throghoaut itsc:oae. C. and l.t.S.N. Co., a outs. Foio, Norwegian bqc, (08 toels, Captain A. S. Pelorenllss, from I'ort Lowound, Puget Sound, Octolor 7. A. lurne. agent. Rells, Ice., Si1 ions, Captain WV. Staonard, from Timaro (N.Z.), 14th ult. Captain, agoent.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 6, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
TELEGEIAPIIC SHIPPING. JaNeany 0,11 alm. Ilnaleft?.tlAritVls, January 5: Taldorna (s.), fromn Iackny, 10.15 p.m. ; sohoonor Weolcomo, from Auckland; ship Tlhyburnan, from Now York : January 0, Guthrio, from Sydney. Departuroes, January 5: Barrmbool, for Sydnoe, 4 p.m.; Ranoe logh, for ooklhampton, 3 p.m.; Jntrng, for Port Dougls,. 3 p.m, January 8, Woentwortlh, for Sydney, 7 a.m. lnwcasTL o.-Arrivals, January 6: Newcastle, MIaitland, Bloomenrg, To Anau, Blurrambeot, otcnuac, from Sydney; harq:e Edmintio. irom Algoa Bay ; Mary Warner, schooner, from Napier. Departure, Jauuary 5: Frank Gny, schooner, for Natdicr; Janary 6,1Kurray (s.) for Sydney. · Jsnvls 1B'.--naudary 6: jiSI.C.S. Volvorono and ifTawlher (s.) are at anchor in the bay. POUT STPIEnSa.-JmauamRy 0, passed "City of Gmrfton (0 n.m.), Australian (a.30 a.m.), Wood. burn (7.30 a.n.), ail bohmd north. acIl.EAt HEADns.-Arrivals, January 6: Tug Pelican, 9.20 a.m.; t:g Pelican, Fornmoun:t, 8.30 a.m.. Pnsse: Burwa:r, north, 8.30 a...
IMPORTS.—JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
1IIPORTS.-JAUAoy S. . ]1,. PCettentill, from Boston: 1 cases lealther, 0170 pieces shelving boards, 2828 pieces siding lunl.cr, 19 liecces clear pine, 4067 pieces white wood, 459 pieces spruce deal, 138 t.lerees tobacco, 4 cs cigareottes, 100 his resin, 90 pgs bhlacking, 10 brls lsho legs, 50 cases axes, 3125 hs kerosene, 3312 brls plaster, 300 es clothes pegs, 010 doors 70 es scales, c samplcs, 150 bdls wosh,. ,boards, 1070 pkgs saudries. Tile AmericRan hbarque E. L. PetteCngill, from Dos. toll, with a general carg, rreached port this morn. ing, and was towed by tile Commodore to a,, anchorage in Neutral Bay. Of the voyage, Captain Whlito reports leaving Bostol on Soptombor 12, and lite weatler was experienlced throughout the pans Wueo. rh-o Eqqaator was crossed on the -14th day olt, ad 'Tsmania wanns ronmded on December 25. Along thle coast very light and variable swinds were met, whlich llconsideorably retarded the taorq0's pro. ress, The vessel is owned by MIessrs. A. S. Wiuuns ...
IMPORTS.—JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
IMPORTS.-.JlAnnua 5. Forteo bhe.,fromn Pgolt Sound, 50,000 feoot tim, her, luolodhlg 300,780 lats. Bells, bqo., from Timaro, N.Z., 2111 bahs bran, 450 Uaga flour, 1500 hags oats, 500 bags whIeat. Tile following lassenongcr wore hooked to leave per Konowarmr for Adelaide, via ilelboruon. to.day :--Mos?mncs Farmenor, VW. Belonoo, lcs and child, Shimeon, Sims and child, Brlc, nIekmnn and family (4), Misses Warlanld, liege, Morlely, Owen, Captain Do lBulrgl, Mesnsrs. f. Edmos, M. I. Smithll, S. Beaumnont, W. E. Sawoer, J. Smnith, W. 1nLdy, G. Bresee, J. and 1). ,urko, Kettle, W. eonson, Mi. A. Cussne, S. Jones, Townsend, J. Falkoeor, S. iMarshall Asheroft Edwards, RIt. J. Wright, M. Show W. Howlett, W. Stewart, P. Dandle, 6. E, Ball, M. lBruce, F. Dyson, It. Sleirn, W. D. Clay, C. Anlnrson, W. Coifon, G. ocren, F. Piper, J. Wright, J. A. Murray, J. A. P'tten i and 10 n thle steerage. Thel following assnoalgora loft this morning for Brisbanoe and Nortlorni lort per Archer:--SIssoes Miurp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
Business Notices. J OtHNSON'S STOUT Thtis Clebrated Brand of GUINNESS'SDUBLII STOUT, can be obtained on draught or in bottle at all the principal hotels in Sydney. DE LISSA and PHILLIPS, Solo Agents. Banrrack.streeot Sydney. THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN COFFEI . PALACE, 276, 278, 280, Castlereagh street, near Protestant Hall, is now opento receive visitors. Ladies' and Gentlemen'i I)ining-rooms, Reading and Smoking Rooms. 100 separate Bedrooms. Hot and Cold Baths. F. W. BANKS. A.B.P.A.B.P.A.B.P.A.B. P A. B. P.A.B.P. A:B.P. A.B.P, A.B.P. A B.. PYKE'S ' A.B.P A.B.P. ? A.B.P. A.B.P. Economical A.B.P A.B.P. FURNITURE WARE- A.B.P A.B.P. HOUSE A.B.P A.B.P. is at A B.P A.B.P. 365, PITT-STREET, A.B.P, A.B.P. Between Liverpool and' A.B.P A.B.P. . Bathurst-streets. A.B.P. A.B.P. - A.B.P. A.B.P. A WORD OF ADVICE ! A.B.P. A.B.P. "Look before you leap" is a A.B.P A.B.P. very old adage, but un- A.B.P. A.B.P. fortunately in the nine- A.B.P A.B.P. teenth (19th) century not A.B.P A.B.P. adhered to, especial...
GOLDSMITH'S GENEROSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
GOLDSMITH'8 GENEROSITY. Those in the least acquainted with the character of Dr. Goldsmith know that economy and foresight were 'not amongst the catalogue of his virtues. In the suit of his pensioners (and he generally en larged the list as he enlarged his finances) was the unfortunate Jack Pilkington, of scribbling memory, who had served the doctor so many tricks that he despaired of getting any more money from him, without coming out with a chef-d'suvre once for all. lie accordingly called on the doctor one morning, and running.about the;room in a.fit of joy, told him his fortune was made ! "IlIw so, Jack P!!.says the doctor. " Why,'". says Jack, "the Duchess. of Marlborough, you must know, has long had a strange penchant for ap?airof white mice; and.as I knew they were sometimes to be had in the ,East Indies, I commnis sioned a: friend of mine, who was going out there, to get them for me, and he has this morning arrived with two of the most beautiful little animals in nature." ' ....
A CLEVER PARODY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
A CLEVER PARODY. Lord . Tennyson's last now "poem "VVasa nose," was recently ,given in:theso'eolumns, the Globe being the first paper inAustralia to publish it. A very clover parody has ap' peared in Figtro, which we append in the conviction that it will interest our roaderh who are already familiar with the original poem. A VASTLY DIFJFERENT " VASTNESS ." I. Many a hearth in our island home sighs after the time, alas I gone by, When I, as the Laureate, sterling verse nnd worthy my office, used to supply. Eager editors, never at, rest-as this poor earth's pale history tells Nevertheless know well an effusion, signed with my name, most freely sells. III. Lines upon -this side; lines 'upon that side, senseless balderdash, mourned' by the Wise: Metrical trifles hastily written-almost too silly to criticise; Personal incidents, Jingo opisodes; dotails of letters by rivals sent ;. . Lines upon marriages, lines upon funerals; plays that were damned by one consent ; Sonnets found in a dust...
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. ADVICE. (Mater Loquitur.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. ADVICE. (Mater Loquitur.) Ho's young, you say; the world's before him, Ho .has tis brain a good one, too, . We'll lot that pass. You'd best ignoro him, lo's surely not the man for you. 1ly dear, pray look fortlonts dnblo- b , Talents of mind and metal, too, TLoy say love thrives with want and trouble; It isn't true. There, thore, Miss ! now, no toears or waili When you have lived as long ns I You'll find that lifo is oasy sailing, Provided you've a propor eyo 'o To hnbusiness and cash transactions, You'll find that Love's a fickle fool In practise as he is in aetions- \ Unfit tomrule. He isn't worth consideration Who isn't worth a single son. Though poverty's no'degradation, I'll tell youn-frankly;of the two, Look out for family and money; Don't meddle, dear, with love or brains, And when we catch this gilded sonny, I'll take the reins..