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WHERE THE MONEY IS TO COME FROM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
SWHERd THE MONEY 18 TO, COME FROM. Sir JonIN RonERTsON's.seret inten- . i lons are bring carefully guarded from an' e~iecrable press which does.its best to kill 'hini, and apparently they are equall ivWell secured against the curiosty of lhis colleagues; for of all the eight Ministers who have been elected not one has had anything to. say which would throw light upon the subject. It is to an inimical Huse Sarin'd not to a friendly counitry that Sir SJounxRonERTsoN willexplainhis policy. However, it happens that his policy such as it is, can be inferred from is silence better than from his speechl. ,IHe states .the deficiency at £1,300,000, and he intends to got half a million of this by selling to the squatters such a hold on their land as will eventually give. them the fee simple of the country.. 'The re-; mainder is to be raised by in creasud Customs duties. These duities 'last yoear returned a' gross total of £1,759,954. If they are to'cover the deficiency, they wil have to' lbe ...
LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
LATEST BETTING. The following are the latest prices on tihe ANNIVEBaAnY HANDICAP. Minerva, 0 st. Sibs. ...100to7 Ben Bolt, 7st. 11Bis. ... 100 to'G Soldier Boy, 8st. 21s..., 100 to Tempet Sits.o. 10 to Borria, 7st. 21bs. 100to6 Bunlion, est.l12ibs. .,.. 100to5 Thtnnmbao,6st.101bs.... 150 to Battailous, st. 41is. ... 100to5 Jewel, 7st. bsi ... 100 to Bonnie Bee, 6st. 91bs.... 100 to4 Kathleen, 7st. ts,. ... 100 to 4 HKentmo, lst. . .. 5, 1to " Others 100 to 3 to liOto S.
SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE, an.'ocs, AunTRL rsCs Ause OsElILat Orr5t. Secretaries will obliga by sendlng programmes and particulars as curly as possible. 1?,cncLsGn.-Earby information of runs, matches, or meetings wil be hihly ale ppreclatod. CnllcpaKL-Scr.--Secrst of Clubs aill .reatly obhig. by forwarding information of pending matcneu,. also particulars of any club matchcs as' soon :ofter conclusion of plsyaS convesient. Peter Newton is again in print, not that hoe is in any way justified in agan appear ing before the public, because ho bas nothing now to say, but to try and throw *dirt upon Foley by raking~up some Bld sores. Newton wishes the public to believe that when he was last in Sydney he had much difficulty in making a match with our champion, and that whien eventually he' succeeded in cementing one by a deposit, Foley did not put up an appear ance at the place and time appointed. This assertion of Newton's is extremely amus ing to all in Sydney who are acquainted with the c...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOIlNGS. A third edition of the Globte will be pub lished shortly after 4 o'clook, '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 man Minalogue, who, for unfilial.and inhuman treatment of his mother, whom he confined in a cell built on his own farm and. subjected to great privations, has been committed for trial. The prisoner's conduct has aroused;, a strong feeling in Geelong. It has always been a matter of belief in Now South iWales that English fruits could not be profitably produced hero except on tlhe tblelands of Monaro or New England. This belief, however, is likely to be soon proved an error. For some years past residents on the Blue BIonntains have been planting English orchni~ trees, and now they are beginning to produce their fruits. Magnificent apples, pears, plums, raspberries, &c., may at present be seen grow?mng in thle neigh bourhood of Katoomba, Mount Vict...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Just as the British had to put down the Thugs in India, so they will have to sup press the Dacoits in Burmah, and the dis orders committed by the lattir are the sign in all probability that they scent destruction. For the Dacoits have departed from their original policy and have resorted to murder, against which they are supposed to be sworn. They are h!gh class Rajpoots, these Dacoits, and they form gangs forthe purpose of robbery; but eschewmurder, entirely differing in this from the Thugs, who were murderers and nothing more. The Dacoits have, however, murdered three Europeans and have created a feeling of itloodsshty which will probably be fatal to them. British '.?"u'--t"'-'-5. l?l?ast done some ood: if only by putting an ena to w?onugjsm;, Dacoitry, and Suttee.. The Melbourne Argeis is a well-written, well-edited, and well-organised paper, chock full of news, which is' set forth in a very creditable fashion. It had 'need to be allthis to excuse the followin...
IMPORTS.—JAN. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
i-~a f IMPOItTS.-JA.. 6. "saloy, from Port Discovery. 500,000 feot lumber. William Turner, from Syva: 60512 bhuas garo.u A large wooden barquontine xamcd the 5&lay, and flyingthe stars and stripes, came to port with a full cergo of lumber from P1uget Sound.. Her eowner iso r. N. Bisshulrd, of San Frualscou at` which port tile vessel is registered. Of the voy nge Capein Hoeist rol?rts leaving the Soud on November 5, clearing Cape FlatteryAesot day. For tile rst .ten days experienced sfrong S.E. nndS.W. gales, and afterwards for 24 hours camo away from thle northwards, picked op the N.E, trades in latitude S8N. which proved steady but'vory light. Fine weather was carried to the Equator, which was crossed on December 6. In running down the S.E. trades which were light, the MaIay was assailevt by several very heavy rain squalls which came away from the eastward, afterwards fine weatlser and favourable winds was had'to the coast, Lord Howe's Island being sighted at 5 p.m. on' 3rd...
LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
LATE SiPPiNG.. ' .. I I - A]t A IVAL.T-JuOca S 6 .Mnlny, America:barqurnhtine, 760 tons+ Caphoin' Rust, from Port Disco o , Puget Sound, Novem. bdr 5. Pssener- , cld.ren and servant. New Zealand Timber Company, arints. '· William Turner;? bar.suo,431 etr, ptain S?tollery, from -Suva,.FiI,, ieceomber 21., Pau.se-.. igrsu--?r. Stollery,, Irster Stollecry. Colonial Sur elning Company, ugents. Esl- (e.), ? tons, Captailn Ssarpe, from lobint, via Ednc 2nd instant+ rassenecrs--Mis Winter. binr, Rlcssrs. W. R.'Bearspark, Curse, Podman,, iopolandg and 2 ii the steerage. T. and W. Wi~lis, agents. Thu wooden blrquso?illiam Turner, with a, fifll corguoof sugar from Fiji, was berthed at the Colonial Sugar Company's Whar! this morning. Thu barqou is an old trader in Australian waters,+ and is owned by sr: J. C. Ellis. Ifotbin of is-. portasco occurred on the run across, the. log showing that a dopurltlre was tahan f.em Sissa o Dqeombor 21st, lh~bt soutssh-est winds and floe wcnther being euorued...
BILL OF SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
BILL :OF SALE. This morning at the SmnallDebTdaCosir, wanter police district, before :Mr. W. Johnson, S.M., an itei~ ader 'suwit was heard, wherein one James''Martin Gi~edn claimed under a bill of sale given to hiin by one L. Levy, certain goods'and chattels therein named. It appears one Arthur Sewell obtained a verdict in the same court against Levy for .10 and costs, and placed a bailiff of the court in possession of the goods claimed. Green then claimed the goods under tihe bill of sale named; which appeared to have been registered in the Supreme and Small Debts courts. I Mr. W. J. Hill, who appeared for the execution creditor, raised objections as follows:-That the affidavit of execution of the bill of. sale was not produced, conse quently there was noproper proof that it was done, or a good Iafflldavit, as required bY tihe Bills' of.Sale Act; and for a second objection, that-the time mentioned in the bill of sale for repayment exceeded the time limited by the Act, 10 Vie., No. ...
A DANGEROUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
A DANGEROUS ASSAULT. At the Water PoliceCourt this forenoon, before Mi.. Marsh, S.M., a man nambd Thomas Kelly was'charged with'assaultihg. bnc Crawford Kier. Prosecutor appeared in court with his head bandaged up and his left arm in splints, and the defendant appeared also with his left manual dang ling in a sling. ** 'Constable Huntley stated that at about half-past 10 o'clock last Satur day night he arrested the prisoner in Clarenee-street, and charged him with assaulting the prosecutor. fe after wards went to the parlour of the 'Bair wood Hotel in Clarence-street, and there found some pieces of a broken tumbler on the:floor. SDr. Lowes, medical officer attho Sydney Hospital, stated that the complainantwas admitted:to the institution suffering from a contused wound onthe back of the head and two wounds on the left hand. i William Doyle deposed that on the evening of the 2nd, he, in company with several others, was in the bar of the Burwood Hotel; prosecutor and accused were there...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
Mnicipal. SOROUGH OF WAVERLEY. Notice is hereby given, in accordance withi Sections 54 and 55 of the: Munici palities Act of 1867, that the Muniipial Lists, for 1886-7 are now open for Inspec tion:at the Council Chambers, Waverley. All claims tohavenames inserted thereon, or objections to names now included, must be in writing and deliveredto me not nlater than Thursday,,14th inst. S ROBERT T. ORR, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Waverley, January 7, 1886. BOROUGH OF WA VERLEEY. Officee Hours--10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Saturday, : 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Wednesday Evening, 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. SPECIAL NOTICE. . For the convenience of persons d'esirous of inspecting the .Municipal Lists, this Office will.be OPEN on Monday and T?hursday Evening next from 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. . ROBERT T. ORR, ChuncilClerb./ Cornciu "1i bll, ". *aver e.y, •January7;.. 7, .:.7 ,Business. Notioees . Al GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM, EIGHT PAGES, EVENING PAPER;: ONE PENNY.'' THE L"T?ES" T NEWS F.OM' .. ALL :.I . PARTS OF THE W...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
TELEGRAPHIC SHU'PIHG'. MELl3aOtRON.--ArrivOI January 5, Pateena, stenmor, from Launoceston. Jaunary 6, two barqoes outsoid heads, nomes uknown. Dopar. tures: Janoary 5, R.M'S. Valotta, for Syduey: Australia, steamer, for Circular Hood. Bnrsoan. -- Arrival: Janunry 6, Guthrle, steamer, from Sydnoy. Deportures: January 6, ,Quimieg, steamer, for Port Douglas; Wentworth, steamer, for Sydney. NNWCATLS.--ArriVs r January 6, Hattie N. .Bangess, from Auckland: Maggme Gollan, from Sydney. Departures: January 6, Minors, 5oo. schikoff, nod Wokatip.u for Sydooey
PROPOSED INVESTMENTS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
PROPOSED INV?ESTIMENNTS IN AUSTRALIA. The Scottiso Widows' Fond Life Assnnuece Sociot"l hnvo iunounced their inteotion to des. h~atch a sl?eial agent to Australia, with a view of suoperinteondlng its ijveotnent iu Astealia.. No doubt this stop Ims beentkben oewing to the dlil. coupy of getting investment in tho United lingdom ot over 4 to 4 per cent.' of a highlcloss, while the best returns of the Austealian atinul rrovident show betweens Ia n d 7 per cent. return on its is "vestmnets. ·Tho supply of loanable eapital is far fro bobn? eqsttL to tis edcmand. and we hanil nith sntistnetion the annousuctment of the Scottish Widows Fund; mod we are sonw they wveil be able to fiod anft in. neasnient for one or tweo nilnlions of money in New South Wales alone, at eroni 51 to 6iI per cout. It is this foreign capitol, outside the hainks, that ae so mach rluiren ii and ne known of alnother large Eliglish fire and life inlsnrance coilaso" whino pr. poso investing a portioni of thlir flnodo in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
Special Advertisements. THlE GLOBE. AND . ? SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to either palier are requested to SEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, wlihen thoe paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. 'SUBSCRIPTION: : SOBE. 8 PAGE PA" ER:' PRICE In. Quartery in advaince .s. Gd., booked, '7sbld. C UIN DAY TIMES8 k .P8 GE PAPER. . . PRICE 2Dn. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2s. 6d -ARRAMATTA.- Persons ,equiiing "·The Globe and dunday Times news papers can have them delivered by Mr. S, Seandritt, Church-street. BALMAIN.- Mr. H. A. WEST, Beattie- street, is appointed: Solo Agent for the ."Sunday Times", newspaper in Bal main. B RAY BReOTHEiS, China, Glas, and Eartheniwara S SHOWROOMBS, 402 and 404 ' m . GEORGE-STREET. SOMETHING WOlPH ~KNOWING. SLook out f6r the GREAT PRIZE DRAWING, when all consumers of PARRY and ?CO.'S Self-Raising Flour. during theomonth of DECEMIBER and until furthdr notice, Will participate in tlhe Drawing. £100 will be given away ...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 7, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
WIND- AND WEATHER REPORT.. • , ? anu ry ,9am. . iBrinn"r..- E.fne, emome r75in Lahade. A.Lnnr.--1.., cleudy, littleo rain. BAXI?rbar;1.?, .Ilno, bnr modeortat. llxn uv" on ?-- "., i n , os s m ooth . h I)*:"~r or-N.E..lo ao1 amy neam Da2mEnw t.--Calm, A0e. WnioAonao HAno .--N.E. fine, nse smoonth. CrLAenCa ltnaIe.--Calm, finn, bar moderate. Ennn.--f.W, cloudy, eec ec1cOth. Genoe IsLAe.-I.Lcn icterzlptll. OaTron.--Cnl m, flne. Jacns BAXs.-lino Interrupted. Xaia..-Cclm, fine, ne. Imodorate. Meaoltnr IIaUs,.-li.E., fine, ace smooth. Mevexlee.--Calm, fino, warnm. eneeNns lIJnaEe.- N., fine, eon moderate. , NeYneccna Iines.--Calm, nico cen smooth. NnwcRsTIs.-N.]., fine, eae smooth. rocT McQncAcxr.-N.l., fine. ,ea modorate. Poer SrnErunt(e.--N.E., cloudy, eea nonotlh • n..rL RoCnsi-fl.E., fine, non smooth. Soe'r IIre.D--S.E,, fine, nc smooths. Tonscli.--S., fince sea smooth. Two.en eAnsr u.--8.. cloudy, ehowery. WOLeeoneOu.--N.E.. fine, een-smooth.
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
8HIPPING. ARRIVALS.-JaooAr o . Dcflonco, brigantine, 199 too',, Captain Jolhnotou. from Kaira, N.Z., 23rd ultimo. Stone and Co., agents. ' UneI Johln, threo.nmtodl sbooner, 0 tono, Captain itson, from IIuabolt Barey. A.flor Butn, na ouat. .TAeAR f. Ilarrabool (a.), 1185 tone, Coptoln H. . rlltow, from lrl?ltaoa, 6t, lost. li?usro. Howord Snithi and Son, Iimited, agants. Jonb, Williams, miasionary bitrqoo, from oouth Boa Islandol.
IMPORTS.—JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
I2IPOR'TS,--J^ouoni I. Deiennco, briguntino , from Ktipra, .New Zo. loud, 172,000 feot timober . Uncle Jolhn, thrco-onasted schoooer, from if um Ioft itoy, 200,000 feot lumbeor. The Woutwortlh is duo from jiriobano this ofter. noon. · . .. . Tho dlloorturo of thi A.lN. Comp?wy"s utoamor. Viotorla, for Adolaide, ba. beoo postpound till moou 1-omorrow. The misolonory Roloonor John WillbimoH hao roe turnod to port oftor sevoral ,,ontho' olseoco in the ini~slon work otmono tiso islonlds of tihe Soth Soue. Tho borqno wos rosily omployed viostlog tho yorioon sottlonot, ond dolivroring stores. Tho idoo of convortiog Ilomo onto o noa~port (Cous thu Itowcolstlo leroald) by enuros of a .wido aool d5 kilomolros long, and cccossilloto thhotrgosothilp, ims ogoilo boon revived. The onginoor Glnbotos lie a lnroJoot for o. Oonl 22 meOtrOe wido ond 8 sootrem drop, whichb hbo boon opprovod of by very oomipetentjudgoo. Signor OonbsH i wooformerly eployed in tthe rowlstuotion of thu Swuoz C?onl. huq_? ...