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BRICKMAKERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

BRIOKMAKERS' UNIOON. ' i The usual fortnightly meeting of.'the Granville Branch of thO.Brickmakers', La .bourerh', and Pipemalcers: Union was held in the Cairington.Hall; Granville, on Mon day night, the 4th instant. There was.a large attendance of members. The Presi ?dent, Mr. James Ridloy; occupied the chair. 7There were also present the financial secre- tary and two other.members of the parent. ;branch. The minutes of the last meeting were read and, confirmed. A levy of is. per member i eas passed to the Lambton miners. Mr. J. Ridley, Mr. C. Murton, 'and MIr. Pescod were elected trustes. . Mr. Prescott was elected delegate to the central picnic committee, and the following were elected as picnic committee :-Messrs. Ed wards, Hudson, German, Stewart, and Prescott.. It has been decided to hold a grand picnic.at Clontarf on the 26th Jan uary, to celebrate theo'inauguration of the union. After a hearty vote of thanks to the visitors, the meeting closed.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

Arichdeacon Farrar is quoted as saying that his observation shows him "Ritual ismn" is on thle increase in England '" ith a strong leaning.t6ward the view' of the Church of Rome." Aek far ?Lyaoio L'b. Gcl an Drop Ja:. tAvr.] . . A . far"~PDyo1PonI~wms0ooscbOrr,3T3 am.rAvr'.1 . .Publio )otioes. t9TON.?oc. Rls N'otiac. W. FRAfIEB MARTIN, for many years carrying on business as Auctioneer and Commnsission Agerit in s~8Mer-streot, Sydney, and JOHN C. HA.I[ILTON, for mery cartrying on business at24, Hunter trde, and. at present at 93, Elizabeth street, as Auctioneer and Property Agent, have entered into PARTNERSHIP Ias AUdtioneers, ' Valuators, Property and Generdl Biusliness Ageits, under the name of MARTIN and IIAMILTON. iPending the completion of tbeir now Offices in Barristers-court, Elicabetih street, thlley will carry on business at 93, hlizabeth-atreet, near King-street. or .ale. ReED W. PARSON 8 has for Privatd BUIRWOOD Brle Vil , 7 rooms, kitclheon, (near School pantry, &...

Publication Title: Globe
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NOTES AT THE INQUIRY INTO THE HARBOUR DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

NOTES.AT THE.INQUIRY INTO. THE: HARBOUR DISASTER. Theregular order of evidence was not folldwed at the inquiry held at the Soudan' Hotel this.morning, into the cause of the boatingdisastci off Garden Island.. The tddies were in an advanced state of putre faction, and as it was the wish of the friends of the deceased that tney shlould be biried at once, the coroner called just one or two witnesses, who identified them, and then gave the certifcoatos empowering burial. Another of those little incidents which go td relieve the mondtonsiy of some of the coroners inquests' occurred at the Soudan Bdotel this morning. After the ,inquiry into the cause of the boat disaster at Garden Ireland, which occurred on Now Years' Day, hiad concluded, tlihe odroner asked two or three experts their opinion as to how many, the' boat which .caued the accidentwais capableofaccommodating. On being told, Mr. Pinheysaid to theclerk, "Take that down," to which the latterre plied, "You will have to swear them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

:~ ::. .+ + +?,. -... :.. .., -+ . :., .. : ESCOO.--First Anonal Snlo of Gold and Silror Jewellerv, Watchs, Clocks, &c. 30o. good vuluo fo-.?l; ull now Clhristiias dels|ins. Everybody can lbord to give a prosouot Iy lpirohasiu lof tho on. tororisin &rwof. .J.,Borcnhrd amdlCo., watch innk0r0 , jowellors,.nd silvorsmiths,.728, GOcorgo. streot, corner Camptbell.streot,--(AVvT. Alk for Dyasoo Blro.' Nooleriob Jom.--CAVT.] Mothcrs! If you wish to keep your childra:t lealfliy. use tlo huadereio Dlsinfoetaut ai.d Forer Destroycr0-AyvT, WOLFE'S S.CHNA P: PS 1 ORDERS I' .7 ,, , · · : . ]' Are Beinig Cashed Daily .~ '? ..... .~ ..·· . .;. . THE :AGENT, At Whose Oflice Receipts SOF THE L UCKY r N:: 0I S: .. . - ! .?'. ,... . . ,: r.:. ". ; ON HE- SEEN. ·, ··. :' ./ . ' k , .. ··..,~ : . ; , ,. ,., . " ": ' : OVER ' ' :' I ..7 .,SEVENpHUNDRED ORDERS,:/ , ·. :. · · . !· IREPR~ESENTINQ !p ' L . · .. . . i." .~ i:·! ., . ::."·. .. "· -" ;.' ! :lEN £oNO,';AD H ;AHE[ THOEL BE AEUL * ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE STRANGE MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

":..iTHE STRANGE 'MAf~nN." CnmnrsTrAs Eva in the year 1864 fell on a Sunday.. I had been invited to visit some friends in the Vale of Clwyd, Northi Wales, and was to have started from Liverpool on Saturday night, Urgent business matters, however, thwarted my plans, and the last train left Lime-streeoot without me. ' I con sequently determined to postpone the jouroey.util the morraw, and on perusing iBradshaw, 'I found that by leaving the landing-stage at 4 p.m., 1 should get to M---d shortlyafter five. There wore no Sunday trains oth A--it,; InelrW to which little .market tomn'my friends resided. .Having reached M----d I should have to complete the rest of the journey on foot, across the mountain, and as Charlie (mine host's son) and myself had done the dis tance in the summer, the way was familiar to me. I '' U Sunday dawned; a bitterly cold day, with a. thick sleet falling.. The train ar riled at' M-'-d'putidtually, and "I 'pro ceeded to the head inn, and kartook of a substantialm...

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HE COULD HUG IN GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

HBs qULDn lvUq IND EaNaraN. S' '* Connecticut: spiritualist states that ., his :twelve' year old., daughter,· thouigh 'ignorant of German, ':'spoke German " :fluently'while possessed of the spirit of a etIei.an," .Tha.t ,may .be -truc,- for: we remember Vhat'when we were several years ypunger than now, and while hugging a. fresh German girl, we were pbssessed of her spirit tosuehli an extent that wve could dinderstand every word that she looked. The first step to introduce the tallow canidle was takein'in the twelfth century, when the tallow torches .came into use. ,Durinig thefollowing century the tallow cndle.,was .brbught,. before the public, much in the same form and shape which i~ bears at the present day, only a flaxen wick was used, cotton being unknown at that age.. SThe hell of the lobster is imbued with a black or bluish pigment, secretedby, the. true skin, which also gives out the calcare ous matter after each moult, so that -lime arnd pigment are blended together. lThis ...

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IN A CALIFORNIAN CAR. AMUSING INCIDENTS OF DAILY TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

IN A CALIFORNIAN CAR.r "j A 8U5IN5G INOIDENTS OF DAILY TRAVEL. The street car is a human kaloidosdope, shaken up at every etreet. crossing, %rhose'. shifting contents develop every possible combination and contrast of character. It is an unsparing and pitiless instrument, sometimes .'asting a soft glamour over its vtiiarjptioles, onlt to reveal them the nGt inatnt i their true characters. The atom which sparkles one moment like ,a gem of the first water in another' light proves to be worthless paste, the,, ruby with itsblood-red tinge turns into i hbit of stained glass, while genuine: stones.gived forth new lights and reveal now beauties of colouring; and although the young. lady attired in lavender silk and laces'Ana' jewels, who beguiles, the passengerseof a!* Montgomery-street car into a half-belief tjjQ ,alge is some mysterious princessipulls. ails?.g1market basket from beneath) the, esho car nears Washington Market ;. wu,. n warm hearts beating alike, under eeals'liaend fustian...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

dber abrNAF"''s"oan." AGENTS -OR 11" E "HGLOBE.' The GLBE Bls now ebnlrgod to Eight' Pageo, or tsixcaoluneisn'sanll. Ittht?abecomos ITE LARGEST1 EVENITNGHNEWSPAPER H | " ,.Ii AUSTRALIA.' The GLOBE' ca be otahinedof the followiug et SYDNEY AND THE SIUBURB, 8 .. F. J. Barker, 85 Sussox.osreot Sameli arter, Balasain weo... Boksaall Company, King-satrg0el.m and Bedforn | Statlon ,??a?Rbr , Y.Burnetr Wbll .. Snmol Boushy, 84 ViTs.streot, aedfern Mrs. Dawa? Bo ~ ~l-,enste : ... ., .... W. CalusrnHai-iUstiroe, Ulttimo I.WI.'ei CaesdtoBll 1 a1' Cae stret" lat] taistermino, Marribkvillo .31 roft;, 'W'illiam-street :, . -i,:-. • H W. Foeter, 144 Wlliam-sareet -:,'?' '' iem. C Good, Petersham.. 7,_Hre. Hamilton, ,?Vaverly. . ,, . . H?arris BbthtrHtBwn also at Cook's Rive. M1ardoniridtbw rinda St Potems Mil, tltioholiffe, 75'Bota .rand; Waterlo '. John L. Berghoefor, .4 Ptt.street ,I , H. eow Parramiuatta-road. Leionldt or. Jbees, Obhfahdn's Point, Lavender Bay bseh Kins Lavender Bay '!'''' ',,...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

NOTES AND NEWS. Prince G-- was once asked: "Whioh. aro the great powers of Europe ?" He replied: "Eriglanid,' Germany, Russia, Frauce,-and-woman;" So great has been the falling off in the immigration into Canada that the Minister of Agriculture has abandoned the monthly statement- which for several years ha's been .ssued from -his department.i A coloured proeacher in Georgia attracted. great crowds by his preaching, and then turned an honest penny by selling them moonshine whis?udy He was thelo owner of amountain stilljand lhas boon arrested. The earlieitt woodlcut bearing date be longs to Earl Spencer,. and ,Topresonts St. hristophei carryiig the Saviour across an arm.of the sea. It has two lines of t4r beneath it, and the date, thus ex prssed: "Millesnimo eoooe xx; tercio." " The saddest thling, about the woman suffrage movement, says Mrs. Cady Stoan tion, "is tlhe fuit'tlihat the largest amount of ridicule that we have met with has been thrown at-iu by women themselves." It is st...

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WHERE JACK FROST IS UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

WHERE J-? K A 'PR8 ? 'IS UNKNOWN. Now there is soarcely a spot on earth, even in theo sunniest parts of. Italy, but 'what occasionally suffers the withering bi?ects of frost. In our own State, in the U italy of 'Californiia," the rogion of Los Angelos,' they are not exempt frbm 'its ' cecasional visitsain a sovere form. Itis no great time since their orange trees were ieriously inured, and in seome instances aittially dese'oyed by the ravages of frost. In the farious "Vacaville fruit belt"'i 'the pame thing occurs more frequeontly, and who' fillnot remetmbor the adevastating ffofeots br it no later than last spring on the vine. bards of.the beautiful and prolific vjlleys. bt'Napa and Sofiomai. But.what shall be Lcid:of' a country anrd k climate in' which telonsi, tonatbes, and bvon the tenderi obacco plant fiourishl throughout ,the year ?. What think you' of gathering ,atermolons from the vines exposed to all I se' inclemencihis of the olimaio, with no i rotection save the canopy of...

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THE BALMAIN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

T HEiBALMAeN. ELECTIO~ Jn our fist l'ciii'on'' we reported th~ unopposed . return, this 'morn ing .of Mr. Ga.rrard, the' Mini jfer "for 'Plihblihc Woi ks. In ' the course of h9.s rprcch in rctprning~thianks to /the 6lectors, he pointed out that the Government were in npeculiar position in having to face a serious dflcit;, iid being thus compelled, insmodi6htly 'after takinig omef?;ice to call upon. the people?t bear further taxation. The, Government he said, would put forth a boldistraight forward and honest policy to relieve the country of .its diffciclties. A?:'to the unblic works now iii process in the colony, tho overnment didnot intsend tostop them mbu to carry them on. They would eot borrow, but expectd. the colony to ' hear mainfully anyburden reasona~bly pit epon them.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

[ ?. '?"-ramor:=ii o. .,: 2'ic j -o e c, --=--=--1 -5 -. d oa . . ....... " , INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (~noM OR OWN co~nes ONnr'ers.) MILBO?IORNE, TIs DAY,. SA mirage was seen from the steamer Norkoawa when off the Australian coast. Large .square barns, the steeple of a church, And gigantic rockswere seen in the: mist, which was highly charged with elcc tricity. Baron Von Muellcr considers the re ported discovery of Leichhardt's rem-ins by1 Billoch Night, the Afghan camel driver, highly probable, and has telo-'. graphed to Cloncurry for further par ticulars. Thomas. MIinogue, a farmer of Danrri will, near Geelong, was chCargel with ill treating his mother, 06 years old. The evidence showed that the son imprisoned her in a small iron barred cell, specially built for her, put a straight jacket on her and a gag in' her month, fastening her hands be hind her back. He gave her blue water to drink, and kept her almost without food until she was reduced to a skeleton. She was kept in a sta...

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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

AGENTS LI8IJNDAY TIME8.U THE "SUND.?Y, Ttlt8l2S" CN BE.OB'TAINE ! IFROMr TRE:FOLLOWIG AGfENTS -. MIr. Jolhs Vsney. Hoy-otrcot,*Globe ' , 1,rs? Chapss.n, ridgoeHouso, Forst ;Todgoe Mr. 0. Casstlla, Hlizaboet-steeot. Bolmoro Park ? Hr. ?obn Fsaber, Elizelobtlh.trebt,. poot Satlhurst. I stro et -Its-. B. Kahn, 37 George-street West InrsI Hoore, 21 Globe Point Road MTr. Frost, 04 George-treot,:Cssspordown HIr. O. Gough, Tobaeconist, Globe-road. Hr'. ,Wellhns, GCeorge-strect West, opposite Rail. ray'Stbtlon Hr. C. Bro~n, 13 GeorgA'.street' Wost Hr. G. Hilliarsd, 19G King-stroot, Newtosvn Hr. J. C. Voumecsho , 2l1 King-street, Nowtown, Mr. J. '. Jones, Tobacconist,, ?Isnly _I- HI. Ganlion, '217 eXoerdtnstreOt, OlppOSlte gaol MHr. Jole 2. Hergkhoefer,,8lO, Pitt-street HI-, Goode. Caatterbory-road, Petarslhsm . Hore Hitlhell, Nc?lsn.sts-i't, Pdters-am" Hr. Howe, Pranmttai.read ' 'Hr. flynn,'24 Oxford.street, opimsoite ?gao 'Irr. j2. Eveess , 112 Onford'street - irs. Planning? I Oxford-stree...

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A SOCIAL PRESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

'A SOCIAL PRESCRIPTION. ':B? GEonoG .IPARONS La'riuROP. Ari?lir Blrenton was a young man possese'd of S6dmo inoney and a good deal of ability. But 'bmothing else, in turn, poss~csscd himn, namely, a passion. It was not a' assioni that led him into any folly, unloss overwork be counted ks dissipation. It wlas nbt the passeion that controls or moiids nine-tonths of the human' race. Th6 ~olliject of ''hi' adoration had its origin in the'd mbst intense 'lient imnagin abld; jbut its radiance was cold anid ilmpor sonil. ' He cared more 'for the sharp, quick, selfish sparkles from a dynamo' machiho than for the light of wit or' ten derness in a wonian's eye. The passion that possessed him was for electricity. tI lcan't understand this at all," said his friend Reed, picking up in Brcnton's rooms one day a pamphlet filled with long mathematical formuls and strange dc signs 'of ihistrumoants. "Can't understand it iny moro than I can your absorption in this pursiit. How can you go on with suah...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEFORE THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

BEFORE 'THE ELECTIONS. Both the Conservative and .Liberal leaders were -engaged ,in placing their claims before the country .up to..the last moment, and before their authorative ex-. position minor speeches have remained un noticed. Lord Salisbury, at the St. Stephen's club, sketched the history of Liberal agitation during 'the last few months in his happidestmanuer. He had little difficulty in showing thatthe Liberal party was divided, and in view of its dis agreements described Mr. Gladstone's ex hertation to unity as an exhortation to hypocrisy. On the other hand, as if to markthe danger which was felt 'suldenly to be impending over his followers, Mr. Gladstone insisted on the voery eve of the polls in addressing sne more meeting than he had originally contemplated in Edin bnurgh. For passion and vehemence Mr. Gladstone's last speech has surpassed any of his previous performances this year. But it introduced no new arguments. He appealed fervently to the Liberis to close up their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

M'~cli.ra's Scirh~ rr' i n erce1Icnlt fr·~n· n indigeftiun, rbeumlntism. Mid gout* Qbt~sWl .IOIEP dE~ ~e.B b-fapvC~j All i'/frlor nrtieH rnurt di?s?ppenr before tbe

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THE PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

S; THE PIRATE.r, . As the leaves fell and the river rose, as the sunbeams lost their power and-the -t~cam gathered stmrength, Clotilda Lady J acks reflected painfully on the necessity fol returning to town. The period for which she had let her cllarming resideleo in M\ayfair remained still unimexpired; life in an hotel was neither akdreeable nor economical; yet thc autumin' ,as deepening'all too rapidlyinto a wintry gibomn, and as her ladyship gazed at the blak and dirty, reach of, water, that stretched away for a couple of miles before r, she couldnot' blit confess that to re nin in a house-boat at sucha tiino' of dar wvould provoke the comments she as dally desired' c to avoid. On tho.upper wters of the Thames not, a boat, not a lacndh, riot even so much as a canoe or esen a punt remained; but as herladyship co!rectly conjectured, th~o Cockhoy oarsmen loerdown would pursue their favourite tpno uhtil the November floodsiswept theem finally off the viver or into it.: Her LAdyship's ...

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ALBANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

'Proba she GO6vetinment of 'Albania is i r.en t me'o approach to pure 'anarchy " . Europe oan show. North and south, e.s, .and west, might iis right, 'and in that p.1 Ayenmttnee.is comprisad'the Constitu Snm, Criminal Code; and IMagna Charta of Alb~aia. Being a Turkish:province, there' its ituirally little dcmblance of 'law, and 'dwing to the temper of the people, practi dally none at all.' Inside Soutari the troops enforce some of the Turkish decrees' put the.nearest man into prison in the case of a disturbance, and occasionally shoot' a sialefactor' who is' rash' enough to trust hlimself within the town; but in the' country outside each tribe is supreme.in its own territory, and they rule themselves with;justice and moderation, which might turnish a lesson to their nominal masters ,were the latter' in the habit of taking, a lesson from anyone., Naturally there. are lio roads, and little to trarel' on themi if. there were. Phere are a fewv bullock carts; but nearly all the carrying...

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BRITISH GRAIN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

Wi'diSHrs DRAIN ,TRADE. .he al -c rqss in its reviw of th giai' t~raile during Octbobe?i says: itaso~rit, of the sapllles of the nw iveieat' crop are unsatisfatoiry. Souindwihetdare Gd deares The sales of "Enhis i4.vbeat durin? tbheweek were 70,009 quarter~ at 0st 1ld, agiignst 73,412 quar?e?is at 32s8( d.d d:uring the correspoiding weelk 'lakt year Floir isi frecly offered at the' ltwest rates.. Pricesof superor barlpys are ad vantingthhose of inferior a- adecliniing. For'eignl w;hb't?" have' grod'dalls; idipoved' ind arW q iote' ad a is. deaer. It idpjears tli'dt a epr6~"djdf creating a bisis for pure ganiibliri i'n the d'London' Wheat market has bee~ni ietly" ept 'alive, and that a :definite movement-.is nowllseipg dado toward its realisation. If the plan is succnisful; it will be the, beginning bf the end bf the'stability of theLoidon corn :trade; which has.been tht marvel of the world during ?"ldng, period of :unprece dented:depression. Flourbhasoccasionially teen 6id, dearei. ...

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A SMART REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

A SMART REPORTER. ' .A slll~ . dPd~~i SJay Gould: vas never fairly odutwitted by ai reporter buht once, and the exeeptioi8aL incident occurred at the time Goduld was in Denver, after hvinig just purchased the Kanesas Pacifid Railronad. The' fdiaiiali woild was agog for information as' td. QGould's intentiots and plans, ah .:the Denver iewspapcr offices' were Lover .helmed..with telgranis :from Eastern dailies asking for special dispatches re garding' the railroad magnate' and his movements. Mr. Fred Skiff detailedthrOe of his best reporters tob get at Gould and interview him by hook or bycroolk."About nine o'clock at nighlt these rbporters .showed up with the 'inforimation 'that :Gould could not be seen, thathis sentinels were posted all along tb' h'al l'kding to 'his r'oon'ms in the Grand Coentral Hotel, and .it was impdssible to run the gainitlet of these wary'creatures. ' Perhaps withi a viewiv to showing his suib 'ordinates what .:geoduine eiterprise 'eould" aconiihliish, Skiff ...

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