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HOUSEKEEPERS' ROOM. WON AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

HOUSEaEEPERS' ROOM. Somn one came anrleso'd tlhere boside me, ; Spakingwrords I never fotghb Pwould bless' Such a lo~eless lifo I llonged to hide mu, I Ir l'Feastitn lscqly op .yhappiness. :: S pleonddd foiea word,' . Till I gavemy whlspercd answer, Yes.' Yesa; thaot iftlo'word so s'dtltlspohken Clanged all life for sic.'my own, my own I ~ll the? old gray spol I saw unbeor ke. ,,, And low .warm aud bri~ht,~ :: . In'the r;iddy light Plesant June days of the fdture shone. So we wandered throgh tlo'gate together, i uand in losld uone aur fuiture 'way,. Leaving shide ad cold hebehd forever, * Out to when thu rel saa'i westerig ray 0 Gone a peomino fair . ..! .Of sach beaaty rre. For the dawning of another'day. "y * . ' . --From tlie Chitrcheasi. : hIfNCEMEAT.-TwO pOunds of raisins, stdned and cut; one' pound of 'c'edrrats,' two' pounds of suet, half a pound of candied peel, half a pound of apples, chopped.fine'; six ounces of sugar, thre -quarter' s of' a pdound of 'niaccaroon and rataf...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DISUSED PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

A DISUSED PALACE. The collection otldolisieatd dckiingham Palace is one of the finest in, the wrld, ahd not a soul-ever sees them from one years end to another. In addition to the numerous ". gems which are in the State apartments, there are enongh pictures, principally portraits,. stowed away. in corridors and back rooms to stook half d dozen museums. There is also a splendid collection .of miniatures,, representing celebrities of the reign of George III. and his successor.' All these interestin,' and valuable objects belong to the Crown, i.e., to the nation, and it is rather hard that they should be kept where nobody can see them. The Prince Consort was a zealous advocate for admitting the ,public, to' private .galleries. ' He was, indeed, the, principal pioneer, of that movement, and he did everything inhis powerto facilitate ,the:throwing open of the State apartments' at Windsor Cestle, in spite of the desperate opposition of a few pedantic, wooden-. headed Court functionaries. ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRAVE LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

A BRAVE LADY. * Bravo, Mrs. Cornwallis West! : She is a -helpmeet toher good husband in public no less than in private. At Llanrmwat, the other. evening, Colonel Cornwallis West referred to Mr. Parnell's "monstrous" manneir of conductinig his political ciam paign in these days, and to the nomina tion, as a Parliamentary candidate, of one ,Nally, said-to be a conviet. "It is not true," a- Llanrwset man called out frodm -the audience, "I am :an Irishmain, and I object." " And I am an Irishwoman too," .' replied thn mistress of Ruthin Castle from the platform; with arquickness and. spirit that evoked;the wildest enthusiasm. The lady: did more.: "It appears that the ;meeting was often interrunted - by a boisterous Conservative publican, ho was Spatiently endured, for a longer.time than was desirable. Mrs. West:suddenly rose ;to leave the platform, and people naturally thougl't she was about to leave the meet, ,ing,s and cheered her lustily as she went. Such -was her intention, but it ha...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

CO %uNtRiy;r,~WLFO~; RAM8. - (FIIOM 0O15 OWN CORRESPDNDENTs.) NEWCASTLE, Turs DAY. The Police Court was occupied all day with the case of ruffllanly assault upon a respectable ifohbile, .M"'ary. 'Wardlo by a man named' StolilhenNolii. he offence Swas committaed 6in Christmas ight. The Bench convicted the prisoner, and fined him -£8, professional costs .£2, and costs of court, 8s. Gd. SA brilliant affair took place on board the ship City f'T?injor, on :'Tle? dsc yiighti up the hasii;bbur. Oanptsaiai'Th'omson gave a ¶ball and supper on board.' .Tlerie were a hundred gulests. The vessel was illumi inated with pretty effect. Thie wharflabourer'sstrike at M?lbourne is having a disastrous effecthero. Already the men here are greatly agitated as to what will be done on account of the Mel bourne steam vessels being laid up while the strike lasts. It was believed that the Lambton colliers' strikewouldhaveclosed yesterday, but nothing took place in the shape of a meeting. All is now as before...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

LAST MOMENT. An inquiry into the origin of the recent fire at Newcastle was opened by the Dis trict Coroner there to-day. The; inquest is exciting considerable public interest. i At the meeting of the Balmain Borough Council last. evening a resolution was passed congratulating the Mayor (Hon. J Garrard) upon is accession to the Ministry of Works. At the Central Police Court this morn iig Leong Sing was again brought up on the charge of stabbing Ah .You. The medical evidence showed that Ah You was admitted to the infirmary dn the night of December 10 last, suffering from an incised wound on the left shoulder, about 2jin. long and 4in. deep, passing behind the head of. tihe erm-bone within half an inch of the arm pit. He was also suffering from an incised wound in the back. The wounded than was in danger when admitted, but was now quiteoconvalescent. Prisonerwas committed to take his trial at theonext Quarter Sessions, Mr. Oliver, who appeared for him, asking for bail. stating that th...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ARRIVE AT SYDNEY, EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS AND INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886

SHIPPING. VESSELS TO ~ARIVE AT SYDNEY. EXCL~U. SIVE OF COASTERS AND DOTEB COLONAL VESSELS. , T'n. ..Wher Namo nrd Rig. n'go aoli bblie Crver, bee ... 1oston ..t1 .8nes Oswald:, h - a dralfl, e e'' . 1931 [Ham ur? ami nOh .,, 594 Livorpeo Annu.Wiehortn;ub.. 385 Hamburg Asj sh '. ... 151- London Sareoo, en .... - London . arttla, orb .;i .. -- Yap . Nov lomhay. s ... - Loadon raidwood, bqo.. 0 !Hamburg .Se lritlssles, oh . 2394 Leodon Nurepbaluse - 1192 aut Adoiie..Noi i California~be o 705 Pt Gamble Candidra, sob.. - London CopenClear, aqo -- Liverpool Capo Conlorin, ah .- London Cerro Allegro, bqo Charonte Chollcrton, a, . 173l London ...uOut25o Cityof lBombay, sh - London City of Corintlh, sh. London ColdiUnghano, oh 1059 1 Now York ..] . Sop 2 Colna, bqe . 1188 Pt Blkeloy CronmockWaterb1 995 Hull Cumnbrinnbeo 1033 Liverool 0 CuttySark, oh ' .. - London Cynisea, brie... Aotwerp.O 1 -nck, sdd... - broidd ct2 Eiba, bq . . - Iah~~ie Augs Elizbeth, bqo .. 1 HFredrihti Emma, bie . 019 H...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

SAGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED' FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Hr. John Vrnoy, Bay-streot, Globe Mrs. Chapman, Bridgo Houseo, Forest Lodge lir. G. Canevlla, Elizabeth-streat, Bolmore Park Hlr. John FMher, Elizaboth-streot, post Bathurst: stroet Hr. B. Kahn, 37 George-ostreet West Ers. Moore, 21 Glebe Point Boad Ir. Frost, : Georgeo-street, Campordown Mr. G. Cough, Tobacconist, Globe-road Ir. Wellnman, CGeorge-streeL Weost, oplposite ail. way Station . Mi. C. Brow?n, 13 George-street West lr. G. Hilliard,l 193King-stroeet, ?'ewtown Mr. J. C. Voumcosh, 2HI King-street, Nowtown Mr. J. T. Jones, Tobacconist, MRanly Hr. H. Gannon, 217 Oaford.street, opposite gaol Mr. John L. Horghoofor, 849, Pitt-street Ir. Goodo. Canterbury.road, Potretrslm Mrs Iitlehell, Nelson-street, Poetersham Mr. How, I'Parranmtta-road ?r. Flynn, 249 Oxford-treotol opposite gaol Hr. G. E?eorurd, 1L2 Oxford-street Hrs. Hanning, S Oxford.street Ir. S. Secndritt, Clhreb-street, Parrmatta Hr. i....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

Jewellery. WALTHAM WATCH AGENCY. It in admitted iby the official authooitioe of New South Wales that the Parcels Post Systom.ovory day forcing itself on the policy of the Gobveormouent, has received the amplsot vindication through the triumphant results obtained by Mr. T. ALCOCIC, of the Haymarket, Sydney, Agent for the Wcaltham Watch Company (Mase., U.S.A.). fy thlspiritod system of business adopted by Mr. Aleock,. thou. sands of people all over the Australian colonies hav been brought to utilise to the fulleosextent the unparalclled convoenince, safety, and prompti. tudo of the Post Oflco as a medium of straight betsip se. Long before Mr. Alcock wont thoroughly into this postal system, he had made a reputation for integrity and good judgment in his professon, and this confidence having beau established, the postal system gave him a constituency of thou. sands of people all over the Australian colonies. Hugo business has resulted to the Post Offico, and Waltham Watches and the Real...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECURELY HIDDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

SECURELY. HIDDEN. An ocecntric gentleman, dying, left a will, duly executed; .but his executors were extremely puzzled, on comparing the schedule of property with the testamentary dispositions, to perceive there would be a deficit of a considerable sum. The exe cutors were so-much. the more surprised, as they had always known their friend to be peculiarly accurate as well as strictly honourable, and. they believed him quite incapable of beeueathing a larger amount than he possessed. They searched care fully, therefore, in. every conceivable. place, but without findingany clue to the missing amount, beyond a scrap of paper on which was written the memorandum, "£700 to be taken out-of Till." As this sum corresponded with the amount by which they were out of their reckoning, they naturally concluded that the testator must possess some strong box that he designated by the word "till;" still, after the most thorough search, no such box appeared, and the elfects of the testator were duly ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. The GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight Pages, or flty-.six columns if all. Itthus hecomes THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER IN AUSTRALIA. The GLOBE can be obtained oti the following agents a YDNEY LND THE SUBURBS F.3. Barker, 85 Sussex-street Samuel Barter, Balmain west Bookstall Company, King-street tram and Redfern Station S.Y. Burnet, Woollahra Somuel Bushby, 84 VinO street, Redfern Joseph Cadogan, Central Balmaiu Mrs. Davis, Kent-street W. Calnan, Harris-street, Ultimn H. W. L. Causton, 111 Carence.streot Mr. C. Clark, tram terminus, Marriskvlllo J. Croft, 95 William-street Deacon and Sons, North Shore G. Engisoh, Paddington H. W.-Foster, 1lat Wlliam-street Wm.C. Good, Petershama ors. Hamilton, Waverloey Ba?ris Brothers, Newtona; also at Cook's Riveo Iacdonaldtoaa and St. Peters Mrs. Hinehliffe, 75 lotan..roadl. Waterloo John ,. Berghoefer, 310 Pitt-street H. How, Paerammatta-road,.Leiehhardt Hr. Johns, ?ecahen's Point, Lavender Bay Joseph King, Lavender Bay W. J....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. ALEXANDRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. ALEXANDRIA. At the meeting of the above Council held last evening, there were present, the Mayor (Alderman Jesson), with Aldermen Watson, Halderson, Russell, Evans, Fos kctt, Setchell, Hannan and Turner. The following correspondence was re ceived:-From the Commissioner for Rail ways, in reply to an application that J. Siddens, residing on the Botany-road, be granted permission to sell tram.tickets, stating that there were fourteen authorised agents between Redfern-street and the Waterloo terminus, twelve of whom were selling. There were also other agents off the tram track. He added that Siddens' application was refused because there were two vendors within a short distance of his place. The manager of the A.J.S. Bank wrote that, in accordance with instructions, he had paid the interest due on debentures, amounting to £200, and debited the same to' the council's current account. From the Couicil Clerk, St. Peter's, asking co-operation with their council, West Bot...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EASTERN QUESTION. CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE EASTERN QUESTION. [RoETER's TELEGRAM.] CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 7. A deadlock has occurred with refe rence .to the Roumolian question. The Great Powers are urging the Turkish Government to formulate proposals, with a view to bring about an under standing.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAILS. ADEN, JAN 5. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE MAILS. [IrTETR's TELEGrnA.] ADEN, JAN 5. The British India Co.'s R.M.S. Merkara, from London December 15, arrived yesterday, on route for Queensland ports. JAN. 6. The British India Co.'s IR.M.S. Quetta, from Brisbane December 1, leT- hereo to-day. BATAVIA, JAN.'7. The British ,India Co.'s R.M.S. Bulimba left:to-day, homewards.

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SITUATION IN EGYPT. CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE SITUATION IN EGYPT. f[RUTR's TELEGRAM.J CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 7. Moukhtar Pasha, tho Turkish special commissioner, has reported unfavour ably on' the present situation in igypt.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT SNOWSTORM IN ENGLAND. LONDON, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

GREAT SNOWSTORM IN ENGLAND. LI?EUTEa'S TBLEGUAMM. LONDON, JAN. 7. A great snowstorm, lasting many hours, has taken place in England.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

We have been daily expecting the ful filment of the promise of the Minister for Works, that tenders for the railway from Herbertoin to Cairns- would be called within a 'few weeks. The work is so absolutely indispensable to the progress of this mineral district that any anxioty concerning it i-s excusable. It is certain, that long before the line reaches Herborton several silver smelting' and! refining works will be' in existence, and: every month's delay will mean'a loss of revenue and. serious tax upon the in dustry. . . With the. definite .settlement of the route, it is also hoped that some portion of the immense agricultural area within a. few miles of Herberton will be thrown: open for selection. Since the settlement of the terminus a mn',nber of intending' selectors have *isited the 'district, buti beingunableto obtainlandhave gone away.; During the week a couple of farmers from the Maryborough district visited us, and had 'a good look round the place., They were delighted at t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

Ask, for DyMaon Dro's. Applo and Lemon Jam. [ADVT.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

MELBOURNE. (FROM QUO OWN co0rEBeONDENT.) WEDNESDAY. Although there has been little stir in the political world since I last wrote, the Christmas season has been rendered in teresting by the number of members who have waited on Ministers to give them a bit of their minds. And as Mr. Boerry has been at his post while the. Premier was restiing at Sorrento, he has had, more than any of his colleagues, to face the artillery. Of course supporters of the Ministry feel they have been completely sold, that by appeals to their party loyalty they have been induced to assent to.measuares which they would never have passed had they not supposed the Government would re main in power to initiate the administra tive management of the details of them, notably the unduly paternal Licensing and Factories bills, and that they are now in the position of an army of men left floun doring helplessly in a bog, while tle generals who led them there are seen riding away on the bank on .the very high horses th...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BARON'S RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE BARON'S RUSE. Among the bravest land most energetic of the Silesian noblemen who gave trouble to Frederick the Great of Prussia, was Baron Lichen. Once upon a time a crowd of riotous peasants came to the baron's castle of Falconberg, making the most outrageous demands, threatening to burn, kill, and lay waste if their demands w.re not complied with. The nobleman retire to his armorial chamber, and directed that the deputation should be admitted. Th3 aggressive peasants, to the number of fifty or more, well heated with liquor, en tered- the room,. and, when they. were all in, the baron shut the heavy oaken door and looked it, and threw the key out through the open window Then he sat down upon his sofa, with a powder-barrel at his elbow, and, taking from his mouth the well-lighted 'cigar which he had been smoking, he exclaimed, in tones of dire and dreadful wrath, "Mis creants, if you do not immediately go down upon your knees and ask my pardon, and then go out at yonder window, I...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRIMALDI AND THE FOOTPAD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

GRIMALDI AND THE FOOTPAD. Many stories are told of the. celebrated clown, .Joey Grimaldi.. The following is' one wehave not observed elsewhere. One* day Joey, proceeding along a road in the, neighbourhood of London, was stopped by" a footpad, who demanded his money or his life, presenting the while a pistol at his: head. Joey, seeing that resistance was; useless, handed over to the robber they sundry valuables he had with him, to, gether with his purse, on receiving which the robber turned on his heel and left, first threatening Joey if he should ever make an outcry over his loss. Joey stood on the spot where the man had left him, bethinking a while, how he could overreach his foe; them a' bright thought struck him. First walking a little forward and taking to the side path, he waited till the man had got some distance ahead, then he dropped on all fours and,went paddling after the footpad like a dog. This trick was an easy busi ness for him, from his practice of the same thing on t...

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