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HOW DO YOU DO? [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
SHOW DO YOU DO? At the assize of Carnarvon, where Judge Barrington presided, a simple Welshman was tried for some petty offence. The judge; in an austere manner, asked him: "What are you ?" To which the culprit replied, in his shire manner: "My lord, I was sell ale by the pound I" "El," says the judge, not hearing him distinctly, " how do you do, my friend ?" "Pretty well, 1 thank your lordship, I hope you are well," replied the rustic, with such a simplicity in his manner that throw the court into a fit of laughter that lasted for a quarter of an hour. .lis lordship was as merry as the rest, and leaned to his case in such a manner that he was acquitted. E oriz Jolai is a Hungarian novolist,not a newspaper funny man, as his name might indicate. lle has hit upon, a good plan for disposing of the autograph bore. He announces that he is willing to send a page of his manuscript, with his signature, to any person who will send two florins to a certain clnrit?blc i5stituiuca cf wich he is...
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Metropolitan Transit Commissioners, weekly meeting, noon. Famriold Land and Building Company, Limitcd, meeting, 2 p.m. Leetro--"Disoeaeos of Children with eimplo remedies," Miss L. Costoello, Tconienal College Mali, Patt-.treot, 8. St, Andrwso Cathedral-(Fonst of the Epiphany) Serviees at t11 a.m., 4.39 p.m., and 7.30. No. 58 L.O.L., moeting, St. Paul's Infant School. room, Redforn, 8. Globe Vigilance Association, mooting, Town Sfall, 8. Week of United and Universal Prayer, meeting, Y.M..C.A. Iinl, aevning. Amalgamated Society of Engiooner-Swan-with. Two.Noeks, 7.30. AMUSeM ENTB. Theatre Royal, "Cidoroella." Now Opera IHouso, "Acroe the Continent." Gaiety Theatre, "The Cricket on thoe Hearth." Olymp ie, "Mother Goose and the Enchanted BMeaut.' Acula.imy of Muasic, Federal Minstrels. Belmore Park. Woodyoanr's Circs. Alhammra Soialty Union and"King Cockatoo.'" Australian Waxworks. open from 10 a.m. tIl O1 p.m.
SEASONABLE PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
BEASONiABLE LPRESENT. -, ' 'It is not an easy matter, even when'oho has abundance of means at command, and easy access to sho~s' filled to overflowing with all kinds of holiday goods, to mnke a good selection of gifts for a numerous cirble of relatives andfriends. By somne a giftover which the donor has, spent time and thought in making it with her own hands, ,will be miuch more prized than' a mnch more costly article bought at:a -store. .At the same time there is a .pleasureo about the work of making. Christmas 'gifts for friends.we care for, and receiving a ift made by those we love. A not ove purse, can be made to go further'if nimble fingers prepare a part of the presents, 'aen ra little thought 'and ingenuity will often devise 'lovely gifts which call for. but a trifling outlay of -'money. - For those whose' means are limited- and for those who have . plenty, of money, at t.heir ,command mention of a few, appropriate articles suith'ble for Christmas gifts may not?,boe out of pl...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.). MELBOURNE, Tnus DAY. The Bendigs Independanl charaxterises thepresent Governmentas the "vilesttrick stere and greediest combination ever soon. on the treasury benches, and whet appears at the first blush to be a premature di vulgement is shown to be. the outcome of keen calculations as to the result of the coming elections." Patrick McCarthy to-day got three months for savagely assaulting constables Pratt Rutherford. He seized the baton and smashed Pratt's head in, besides severely injuring Rutherford. The Plasterers' Union are sanguine that the demands for which they have struck will be acceded to-namely, week forty four hours, and a shilling and fourpence halfpenny per hour, instead of a shilling and threepence. Two hundred and fifty' are on. strike, and important work has been stopped. Jno. Smeaton, charged with shooting a a fellow-passenger on the Gambier, has been further remanded, waiting the vessel's return. The Pentrid...
BALMAIN ELECTION. THE MINISTER FOR WORKS, MR. JACOB GARRARD, ELECTED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
BALMAIN ELECTION. THE MINZSTSI roL n WonKs, Ms. JACOB GARRARD, ELECTED UNOPPOSED. At the hustings this morning at 12 o'clock, Mr. Alderman Chubb proposed that Mr. Jacob Garrard was a fit and proper person to representthe electorateof Balmain. The nomination was seconded by Mr. William Inglis. No other gentle man being proposed, the Resuming Ollicer, Cadtain Thomas Stephen Rowntreo de clared Mr. Garrard dsly elected. Mr. Garrard addressed the assemblage for about 20 minutes, a report of which will be found in the columns of our second edition, About 300 electors were present, and the proeedingswere very ocdrly
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BALMAIN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCGE BALMAIN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY G. (Before Mr. W. Addison, S.M.) BREACH OF LICENSING AcT.-Charles J. Fox, for allowing liquor to be con sumed on' his licensed premises on Christmas Day at 8.15 a.m., was fined 20s. and costs 5s. Gd. A charge against Thomas Gallimore, for a similar' offence, was dismissed, no proof having been given that it was beer that' was being drunk. For consuming liquor in a lib censed house on Christmas Day, James Jarvie was fined 10s., with 5s. Gd. costs, or three days in gaol. IsePROPER BEcrvIoun.-Michael Fog arty was fined £2, witli costs 2s. Gd., or 14 days in goal. Patrick Hiney, for the same offence, had to day £3, costs 2s. Gd., or take one month in gaol. BATarNso.-Alfred Merriman, a'lad, was fined 6s., and costs 2s. Gd., for bathing within the public view. RIOTERS.-The following persons were charged with behaving-in a riotous manner in throwing stones, shouting, &c.: Patrick Hogan, William Pierpont, Thomas Howard, Alfred Ticker,...
STOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
STOCK INSPECTORS' REPORTS. CooNAMBLE.-Weather unsettled, heavy clouds at times; very warm last twvo days. Pasture slightly springing in.parts of the district; water supply plentiful in some parts since last week's rain. 8020 mixed sheep from Tuckey Plains tooalMoree. These sheep have been down for-,the last four months for grass. NA?RarmDRA.-Intense heat, with thun der storms in southern part of the distriot; over one inch of rain fell at Yarrabee, on 31st ult. Pasture scarce on roads; runs provided with dry grass, and little green grass where rain has fallen. Watersupply. failing owing to intense heat; some roads have surface water, occasioned bythunder-' storms. Condition of stock falling off through heat and dry grass. ALsnnRY.-Weather very hot. Pasture good, but dry. Water supply good. 87 Lincoln rams, from Victoria to Tarra bandra. WINnOR.a.Weather very warm and dry. Pasture middling. ' Water, short supply generally. 2020 wethersa from Homebush. CancoaR.-Slight thunderstorms on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
Ask for .Dyason lrO.'a StrawbOrry. ,*nl - Goose. berryJaw,-EAVVT.1 Putblic Natioes, AYCTIONEER'3S gO'ICE. W. FRASER MARTIN, for many ycars carrying on business as Auctioneer andu Commission Agent in Sussex-street, Sydney, and JOHN C. HAMILTON, for merly carrying on business at 24, Hunter street, and at present at 93, Elizabeth street, as Auctioneer and Property Agent, have entered into PARTNERSHIP as' Auctioneers, Valuators, Property and, General Business Agnts. under the name .of MARTIN and RAMI'LTON. Pending the completion of their now Offices in Barristers-court,. Elizabeth street, they will carry on business at 93, Elisabeth-street, near King-street. W)/VE RAVE ON HAND AND' FOR S SALE MAIZE. OATS BRAN CHAFF and DAIRY PRODUCE. MACKENZIE, MACKAY, and Co,. 419, Sussex-street.. B EST AND CHEAPEST. . J. B E B B, Wholesale Tinware Manufacturer, 314 ELIZABETH - STREET SOUTH Just above Belmore Park, C OOLALTA W ,INES." BODEGA; Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, MORT'S PASSAGE. 8521 GEORGE-STREE...
MINING. INVERELL, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
MININ G.IN (FRno oem owN CednOESONDENT.) INVEBELL, Tars DAr. A. large and well represen?tod meeting for the purpose of forming a 'prospecting Association to search for diamonds and other minerals was held last night at the Telegraph Hotel. After preliminary conversation regarding the mineral re sources of the district and other mining topics,. the company was formed, and three directors appointed-viz., W. Tudor, J. Onus, and G. T. T. Butler, with Joseph Morrow as treasurer, and P. C. Wells, secretary. Mr. Vernon Becke, who has been largely instrumental in arousing an active interest in the movement, was appointed to take charge of the first prospecting party. The large" number of applications received for an interest in the Association renders it probable that a' second party, under the same auspices, wil! be immediately formed. We hope very shortly to hear of tangible results from the labours of the prospectors.
COUNTRY NEWS. GOULBURN, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. (e0sor OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) GOULBURN, JANUARY 5. A very narrow escape from violent death occurred at Yass a day or two, since, particulars of which have only just come to hand. Canon Faunee, his wife, infaniit, and a young lady who was visiting them, were sitting in a summer-resort at the rear of the house, when a storm arose, and the canon heard a crash behind the summer-house. He told his wife and the visitor to run to'the house, and they had not left their former position many secpnds when about four tons of timber from a willow tree adjacent fell upon the summer house. The escape was an almost mira culous one. The Hon. L. F. Heydon met with a great reception at 'Yass this morning, where he arrived by the mail train. He was met at the' rilway station by a large number of 'supporters, and escorted into town. The Goulburis Minstrels have handed over to the blind:man, Thomas Ford, the sum of £20, the result of: the late enter tainment given for his benefit. A half-...
CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
CONCERT. A concert .in aid of the widow and children of the late Mr. Harry Keefe was given in the Protestant Hall last evening, J. H. Davies, Esq., presiding. In thefirst part Mr. Wesley received great applause for the excellent manner in which he sang " Maid of Athens." A comic song by Mr. Willie Christian was also well received. A recitation by Mr. J. H. Rainford was given in that gentleman's usual excellent style. Mr.Frank Phillips sang,"I dreamt my little boy of thee," with appropriate expression, and being enthusiastically en cored, sang "Killarney." "The. Flag of All Nations" was beautifully ren dered by Miss Ahern, who was com pelled to give an encore. Mr. Chris. Diastella appeared in an original specialit6, "Lightning Changes," but it would have been better appreciated had he omitted some of the "biz." Pro fessor Benson Lees greatly amused and astonished the audience in his "Temple of Magic." The second part contained some really good songs, which were well given, and the ev...
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
. LAST MOMENT.. The distribution of the curioa collected by the late New Guinea expedition be tween the several colonies who bore the expense-New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland-has been nearly completed, and the men are now packing; their respective shares away in boxes. Our Newcastle correspondent wires that the Melbourne Wharf Labourers' strike is having a disastrous effect in Newcastle. The Lambton, strike continues; but; rumours were in circulation in Newcastle yesterday that the strike would end: that day. It is not often that the mere discovery of a snake is thought worthy of' special mention, yet the finding of a carpet snake in the.granidscand on the Ellerslio (N.Z.) Racecourse has been' deemed by our Auckland correspondent to be of sufficient interest to form the topic of a special cablegram. What St. Patrick is reputed to have done for Ireland some other, but at present unknown, saint must have done for New Zealand, for, like the former country, it enjoys* almost co...
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OrFI?E. Sales reported on 'Change: Austra lian Gaslight, £14. Silver King, buyers. 16s. 9d.; sellers, 17s. 6d. Sunny Corner,. buyers, 48s. ; sellers, 48s. Nevadaen buyers. Is. 2d.; sellers, is. 44. Tonkin Silver, buyers, is.; sellers, 2s.
AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
AN EXCEPTIONAL' BARGAIN. Customer-"What's the coat worth, Dutchy P ?" `Mr. Isacstein (confidentiaUy)-" I sells you that goat for halluf brico, my front, pecause it was a misfit. Dot goat was mait exbressly for my poy Jacob bya boss tailor vat has a place by tho Pruns vick Hotel, but it was a cavorter of an inch too long mit the tail.' Mypoy Jacob," . he added impressively, "is a deed."
THE PREMIER IN MUDGEE. MUDGEE, TUESDAY 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
THE PREMIER IN MUDGEE. 'oBr OVa 0W5 REPORTEB.) MTUDGEE, TUsEDAY 3 P.e. Whatever may be the opinions of Sir -John Robertson's critics in Sydney and elsewhere, there is' no gainsaying- the fact that his assumption of the Premiership is 'very popular in Mudgee. No prince returning to his subjects after a long absence was ever more enthusiastically welcomed than was Sir John by the people of that electorate; which has ever proved faithful to him in the hours of political defeat or dangers. : Thirty years ago Sir John Robertson was elected for Mudgeo under circumstances very similar to those under which he was elected to-day, and .it has on several occasions proved its fidelity to him when, for party reasons, he had been induced to offer his services to other constituencies. In -fact, Sir John .Robertson is the uncrowned King of 3udgee, and he would indeed be a bold politician who endeavoured to wrest the sceptre from him. When the train arrived at Rylestone, which is on the border of th...
THE STONEMASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
THE STONEMASONS. Last niight a meeting of the central committee of the Stonemasons' Society was held at the Swan-with-Two-Necks, when Mr. Ferrier read a letter just to band from the Adelaide Stonemasons' Society, which stated that no men could' be got frond there for Mr. Jennings' job, as those out of work were all Society men, and that they anticipated a revival of trade very soon, which would give work to all; At present there were no masons available in, that city. The letter con cluded with an assurance that the Sydney men had nothing to fear from the Adelaide masons. Yesterday morning only eight of Mr. Jcenniig's men who signed the strike list were employed, but there is a 'job to be started on Manly Beach by another contractor this week, which will employ 12 men, and nearly all the men on strike have been promised work. Plenty of subscriptions are forthcoming from the masons who are at work to support those on strike, so' that the funds of the society remain untouched, and are...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 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. The Bendigo Independefn characterises the present Victorian Government as being "the vilest tricksters and the greediest combination ever seen on the Treasury Benches." The Melbourne plasterers are sanguine, our Melbourne correspondent says, that their demands will be acceded to. It will be remembered that they struck for a 44-hours' week at ls. 4jd. per hour, instead of one at is. 3d. A very extensive bush fire is raging near Tocumwal. It has already travelled several miles, and has destroyed a great quantity of pasture. The hot weather here for the past two or three days seems to have been experi enced in an intensified degree in Mel bourne. Not only (says our Melbourne correspondent) has the heat been scorch ing, but the water supply has become so deficien...
SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. UATICes, ATsrLETcs, AsD OGENERAL SPOrTos Secretaries will obligo by sending programmas : hd particulars as early as possibleo. nlctcLses.-tEarly information of rime, matches, dr meotiuns will be highly appreciated. Crac?T.-Socretarics aof Clubs will greatly obligo by forwardling inforomtion of pending matches, also particulars of any club matches as soon after conclusion of play as convenieut. The weights for the Anniversary Handi cap, weich appeared in our issue of Mon day, have been minutely scrutinised by those interested, and although the entries are numerous the allotments have gene rally given satisfaction. No less than 41 have been scratched, but this is owing to the fact that most of the horses have done sufficient work already, and not that their owners are dissatisfied with their weights. For the otlher events good entries have been received, viz. :-Hurdle Race, 15; Flying Handicap, 46; January Stakes, 14; Selling Plate, 25; and Ladies' Prize, 24. ...
LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 6 January 1886
LATEST BETTING. Thero is a stir in the betting for the Anniversarr, Handicap. The following prices could be gob at uoount-y Een Bolt .... ... 100 to 6 Thalmkmba ...... ... 100 to 5' Bullion ...... . 1.. 00 to . SoldierBoy .., ... ... 100 to4 Kathleen .. .. . 100 to4 Jewel ... . , 100to4 Others 100 to Ito 00to3.