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SUMMARY. ADELAIDE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
SUMMARY. (FRno OUR OWN CORRESPONDBNT.) ADELAIDE, Tars DAy. 'By the arrival of the Garonne we get the :following news from Enghsh papers :-The results of the polling in the English coun ties during the last'three days have.quito overthrown the Conservative hopes, which even the Liberals last week admitted to be justifiable; and it was thoughtthat the sue cess of the Conservatives atthe beginning of the struggle in the counties, following upon the remarkable manifestation of public feeling in the English boroughs, would give the Government a working majority wholly independent of the Irish vote. Up to the evenin' of the 2nd instant the Liberals gained 79 in the county di.visions, and the Conservatives 69. The successes achieved by the Liberals in the polling on December 1 were very significant, and showed that in the eastern counties and the West of England the agricultural voters had not been .worked by them in vain. They carried the Ashbm ton division of Devonshire, the Wellington a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
FACTS FOr' LAGER DETCERS: IMPORTANT COMPETLTIONS. ALL COMPETITORS BEATEN. HIGHEST AWARD WBHEREVER IEX .BIBITED. PHILADELPHIA, CARACCASi PARIS, SAN FRANCISCO; " And NEW YORK. CLAUSEN'S CHAIMP4GNE "LAER BEER. THE GOLD MEIDALIST. Clausen and Son's Champagne Lager' Beer has successfally beaten, every com petitor in every case where it has been, exhibited, never having been adjudged a second place, but securing the highest award in every instance. For quality, freedom from sediment, fineness of flavour and absolute freedom from waste it is un equalled; whilst in the opinion of the medical faculty it contains a larger amount of nourishment in at form easily and pleasantly assimilated, and possesses ad vantages as an appetiser, over and above every other brand. Whilst unable to name its competitors in Paris, San Fran cisco, Caraces, and New York, we annex a list of theentries at theCentennial Exhi bition, Philadelphia, 1876 .all of whom, were left behind, and the coveted honours awarded H....
ARRIVAL OF THE GARONNE. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] ADELAIDE, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
ARRIVAL OF THE GARONNE.' FREuTEa'S TELEGRAM.i ADELAIDE, JAN. 7. The Orient S.S. Company's R.M.S. Garonne arrived from Plymouth this afternoon. Pnssengers : Fon SYDNEY- Mr. and Miss B. Simmons, Miss Mary Simmons, Rev. G. and Mrs. Littlemoro and four children, Miss Julia Pottman, Mr. and Mrs. Neiland, Mrs. and Mrs. M'Gilo ray, Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. Cousens, Mr. and Mrs. Scrimgeour and child, Mr. and Mrs. Regby and infant, 'Miss M'Cullagh, Revs. P. Slattery, Ken nedy, Lawler, Fitzgerald, Dr. H. W. Mai-rshall, Messrs. C. Wade, Blackwell, M'Mahon, Quesnel, Eloy, Hayno, Peck, Rogers, Bird, Muir, Sampson, Short, .Cathcart, and Laurie. ?on MELEnoaNE--Dr. and Miss Figg, Miss Frances Harbord, Mrs. G. Reed, Miss -Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Healy, Messrs. Lowers, Beddome, Atkins, Dr. Jepson, Kinloch, Robertson, Wright, Bancroft, ,Wakefield, Broch, and Gibb. Fon RocuenAMPrTON--Th Misses Morris (2). Fon GwarmovTn-Miss M: Williamson. Fos ADELAIDE-Miss E. Derring0on, Dr. nd Mrs. Smart, Mr. an...
SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 18860. JA'UARY. 9. Victorian Club (annual) 3, 14. Bega (annuml). 19, 15. Tasmanlan Turf Club. 0,:21, 22. Tasmania'lRacing Club. 23. Roschill Mlce Club. .0 27. Junco'lacing Club. 26. Sydney Turf Club, Ranudwick. Handlicaps, January 18. 28, 30. Geelong R.C. 20. Gonlburn Sunmmer Race Rceting. k.. Winduor Farm Racing Club. Entries, January Fnanvnnr. 3,4. Braidwood T. C. 3, 4. lew England. , 4. Now EnglundAnual. 4, 5. Temora J.C. 37 and 21. uatburst Turf Club 27. losehill, 11, 13. I?eweastlo J.Co 13. Vlctor.a Amateur TO. ]8, 29. Burrowa J.C. `0. Canterbury Park Race Club 21, 25. Croekwell J.C. G- lenn Innes. 25, 26. Burrangong Turf Club. 7. V. R. C. Autumn. 3, 4. M1Iorce Racing Club. 4, 6. V. R. C. Autumn 17,18. Gundugat Jockey Club 24, 25. Tumut T. C. $7, Canterbury Park Race CTmi 10. Roseollll. lr i5,e16. Rawkesbary R. Club. 20,27. Canterbury (N.Z.) 15.. Canterbury Park Race Clu 22. Roachill. 17. Rosehill. 1.. Canterbury Park Race Clu 2. b AUGUST. SEOEMBEl. 4. ...
TEEMER AND HANLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
TEEMER AD N ANLAN. The result of the Teemer-Hanlan race has settled so heavily upon the Canadians, and the evidence against Hanlan is so strong and so convincing, that the Canadian papers have been pushed to the extreme in finding explanations. Teemer * has made a statement that the letters which have been mentioned were written to Hanlan simply for the purpose of in ducing Hanlan to row. He also asserts ,that Banlan made propositions to him to sell the race. The latter statement might be taken as true, not because Teemer says sc-for no one is so foolish as to believe anything that Teemer says-but as a matter of course. The Toronto World, the close ally and satellite of Hanlan, says in its issue of Nov. 8 as follows: " Americans are naturally jubilant over the affair, as it brings back to them the long lost championship of America. Were they to analyze the performance itself, and study the circumstances which surrounded it, there is every reason to believe they would find cause to m...
LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE: OR DOCTOR GRUNDY'S PATIENTS. V.—JACK BARNACLE'S ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
; LARRIKINS AS THEY ARE; OIL DOCTOR GRUNDY'S PATIENTS. Br EDWARD EL'IS. V.--JACK BARNACLE'S ROUND. lMako the meot be beloved more than the man that gives it. i -Timon of Athens, Act III., S. 0. Two hotels, a cafe, andthroo theatres are honoured by Jack Barnaclo's presence six evenings outof every seven, unless the dear boy has managed to secure an invitation of some kind of another to save him from being thrown upon his own resources. Not that Tack's resources are over lessoned by, his expenditure when no invitation comes to hand. He is on the free list of all the theatres, and nobody knows why; but no one ever thinks of taking him off the roll. Stingy and careful stars coming to Sydney with a determination to lot no one into the theatre who does not pay, or cannot show an absolute title to be there, are introduced to Jack during the nights preceding their first appear ances, and are safe to give him a warm iinvitation to come when he pleases; for which they could not account if the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION .SS RA(ý1CE STfi\ RENTS INSURED." rTtstEclasO DWELLINGS EIOHEENPENCE PER £100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. Shipping. ANGLO -AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAM TO AND FROM LONDON and the CONTINENT. Froom SYDNEY for MA~CH WOOL sALEs. S.S.. PORT VICTOR,.2900 tone S.S. PORT MACQUARIE, 2900 tons. S.S. CHOLLERTON, 2650 tons. For particulars of freight and passage apply to, A. M'ARTRUR and CO., Agents, 53 King-street. STEAM to MELBOURNE and GEE LONG.--The undersigned will dis patchtheir steamers! from their wharf as ander (when practicable): FOR MELBOURNE. DBURRUMBEE- W B Emmer- Saturday, Jan. son . 5, atnooe EMEIS ...W. F. Dery Tesday, onJan. S J12, at noon. CORANGANITE P.:Le Noven ... Saturday, Jan. 10, at noon. WENDOUREE ., J. A. Roberts...Tuesday, Jan. S 19, atnoon. FOR. GEELONG. NEMESIS ... W. F. Deary- :..ITuesday, Jan. . I . I 12, at noon. WENDOUtREB... . A. Roberts ... Tosday, Jan. I ' I 19atnoon. . Cargo received for ...
NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. CHARTERS TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. [From the Northern World.] OIrARTERsS TOnE8. The late rains have given a decided -impetus, and now several of the mills which' a few. weeks ago were obliged to cease operations owing to want of water, will be in ful 'swing again in 'a day or two.. Everybody seems grateful for what rain we have had, but it must not be denied that plenty more is yet needed. However, there seems every, appearance of the weather remaining unsettled for some ti-me to come. The total amount of gold produced this month bids fair to exceed the total of the last two months, as all the claims are doing. their best to get in a large cake before Christmas. Things are looking very well in several of the claims. Report speaks well of the doings ;of the Nellie Grant Gold-mining Company. It is'rumoured that some very good stone is now visibloin the shaft, with gold showing distinctly in various parts of it. The doors of the shops of the Charters Towers Co-operative Butchering Company were closed...
JIM HARDWOOD'S CHRISTMAS EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
JIM HARDWOOD'S CHRISTMAS EVE. "'Tis an old story, boys," said my father to us, as we sat by the fire, bothering him for a tale, "but it may do you good to hear it. Poor oldj Jiml he always looks sheepish when any mention is made of it, although the adventure was the best thing could have happened to him; the turning point of his life, I may say. sJim Hardwood and I were both in ser vice at the little village of Stanton-le-. Field, on the borders of Derbyshire. We were great chums. Jim was a civil, good natured sort of a follow all round, but a little too fond of good company, and the public house at that time. "It was Christmas Eve, and Saturday, night; we had'both been working extra hard all week to geot things in order a bit beforehand, as wehad got leave to spend the Christmas Day at home at Woodcoto, a village about four miles off. Jim'shouse was not more than' 200 yards away from ours, just across the village green. Wood cote'was but a small place then, one main street of rathe...
ARRIVAL OF THE HONGKONG STEAMER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) COOKTOWN, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
ARRIVAL OF THE HONGKONG STEAMER. (FRON oeR own CORRESPONDENT.) COOKTOWN, Tuis DAr. The Catterthun, Captain Darke, arrived yesterday morning. She left Hongkong on the 10th December, and Port Darwin on the 31st. Her passengers are: Towns ville-Hon. J. Douglas, Messrs. Bullen, Knight, and Sam; Brisbane-- Messrs. Swan and Kean; Sydney--Mrs: M'Lean and two daughters, Messrs. Gracie, Far greave, Davison, M'Karkcn, Baynes, and Solomon; Melbourne-Messrs. Butt tley, Padbury, and Matthews; Adelaide, Messrs. M'Donald and Welsh, and 27 Chinese, for all ports. The cargo for Cooktown is 34 tons; Townsville, 250; Bowen, 3; Cairns, 8; Brisbane, 14; Noew castle, 5; Sydney, 90; Melbourne, 32; Adelaide, 7; New Zealand, l1. The Darwin, 215 tons, has left with' one box of gold, 220 packages, for Melbourno ; and 20 tons of shell from Thursday Island for Sydney.
EXECUTION AT MELBOURNE. A SICKENING SPECTACLE. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
EXECUTION AT MELBOURNE.: A SICKENING SPECTACLE. (FROM OUR OWN CORREsPbONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Tans DAY. This morning, in the Melbourne Gaol, Freeland Loroll, late able seaman on the Don Nicholas, was hanged for murdering John Anderson, thematoof thesame vessel. The men had had a quarrel on the way out, but apparently became friends again. While the vessel was lying at the Railway Pier the crew had a dispute, and Anderson remonstrated with Morell. The old hatred of thelatter was revived, andhe determined to kill Anderson, exclaiming, "I've made up my mind to settle him l" Captain Airey was told of Morell's intentions, but declined to interfere. The cook also tried to warn Anderson, but in vain. Just at dark, Anderson, who had been up town drinking, came singing along the pier. Morell went towards him, with his right hband holding a knife behind his back. Anzder son made use of a friendly ex pression, when Morell stabbed him to the heart,' exblaimning, "Take that,: you dog!" When arrested...
WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE IN MELBOURNE. (Y WIRE.--FROS OUR OWN CORRESPON DENTS.) MELBOURNE, Tins Dar. Several of the sailing vessels have accepted the Union's terms. About 250 men are expected from Adelaide during the next two days, who will be lodged on a steamer in the bay to protect. them from the Unionists' interference. A hundred men have been engaged in New Zealand. The shipowners express their intention to flood the labour market and crush the Union. They will not lay up any more ships, and have abandoned charging extra freights. ADELAIDE, Tns DAY. An unusually large crowd witnessed the departure of the Victorian yesterday, the attraction being the departure of the wharf labourers for Melbourne. The total number of men engaged is 100. Only 30 were despatched in the Victorian. .The others follow in the Gambier on Friday. The Working-men's Association is cer tain that those who left did not work at Port Adelaide. Very bitter feeling was manifested on the wharf against those who w...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. TAMWORTH, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEORAMS. (FR?o onR owN CORRESPDONDENTS.) TAMWORTH, Tnts DAY. At the Quarter Sesssions yesterday, SGeorge Richard Mills, landlord of the Post Office Hotel, was found guilty of as saulting George England Hooke, editor of tho Observer. Judge Murray summed up favourably for the accused. A nunbeor of influential gentleman gave evidence as to his previous good character, and the jury strongly recommended him to mercy on aceount of the great provocation he had received ' from the prosecutor. The Judge, before passing sentence, allowed 'further evi dence to be taken as to the pro vocation, and inflicted a fine of .10, W hich was paid by a number of Mr. Mills' friends. The trial lasted all day, and the accused was very ably defended by Mr. 1. Thompson, of Maitland. Catherine Blake was convicted of arson, and on account of her youth, being only 14, years of age, and some very peculiar circumstances in connection with the case, received the light sentence of fourteen days. A grand pa...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (Fnow OUn owN COnREorONDnTS.) MELBOURNE, Tins Dir. Steady rain fell throughout the night and continues to-day, which has ex tinguished the bush fires. T'he atosphero is cool, but muggy. The Central Board of Health have with drawn the proclamation declaring certain ports, including Fiji, infected with dengoo fever, but await the action of the Sydney Government before declaring Queensland clear of cholera. At the trial of harvesters, the Judges were in favour of Nicholson's machine, IcColman, Garde, and Co. second, but have not given their final decision. Fowler, of N.S.W., did not compete. lie says there was a conspiracy against him to prevent his machine being completed in time. The Women's Model Lodging-house Company will be womund up. After provid ing the home the committee could not dis cover any lodgers. While the Rev. Dowie was in Sydney in 1880 he says he lent £300 to William Holding, who alleged he had become entitled, by the death of his father, to a...
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
The jollotwing Inppenrcd last nighs in our Third Edition. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. (Foo1I ou, own coniscrONDsNT.) MELBOURNE, Tins D,7. :he members selected for tihe Australian team are:- Blackham, 11ruce, Evans, loran, Psalmer, Spofforth, Bonner, Scott, M'Ilwraith, and Jarvis, but the final decision will not take place until after the matches in: Sydney with the Intercolonial and Combined.Team.
NEW SOUTH WALES BOWLING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
NEW SOUTH WALES BOWLING. ASSOCIATION. The above association have decided upon the following list of matches: President?s Trophy matches, 3 rinks: January --Rosehill v. Parramatta on ealnain Green, Glebe v. Union Recreation on Rosehill Green, City v. Balmain on Union Recreation Green. February 13 Roschill v. Union Reereation on Globe Green, Glebe v. City on Balmain Green, Iarramatta v. Balmain on Rosehill Green. Viarch 13-Rosehill v. City on Globe Green, Parramatta v. Union Recreation on City Green, Globe v. Balmain on Par ramatta Green. April 10--Rosehill v. Glebo on Union Recreation Green, Par ?amatta v. City on Glebe Green, Union Recreation v. Ialmnain on Parramatta Green. May 8-Rosehill v. Balmain on Parramatta Green, Globe v. Parramatta on City Green. Union Recreation v. City on Glebe Green. Junior Trophy matches, 3 rinks (for trophy presented byDr. Burne): January 9-Rosehill v. Glebe on City Green, City v. Balmain on Parramatta Green. February 13-Rosehill v. Balmain on Parramat...
BUNGENDORE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
BUNGENDORE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. The following are the starts: ".,31. )falono scratch W. H. Irvin... 15 yards A..J.F arrell ... 4yards DH:?aekenzie 1 ,, H. Hillyard .. ,, Jas. O'Donnell 1 ,, A. Stuekey ? ,, William Wales 10 , John Taroe . .. . O'Brien ... 16,, 3'1hs. Cowper 6 ,, V.Podlhm ...1 ,, .1 Ham, .. 7 ,, u oulburn ,.. 16 'W. .J. Vane. ... 7 James Cos ... 16 James Furlong ,, M. O'Domlell 17 ,, SJno. Reynolds ,,1 Jas. Iilligan '17 James Iiving ... I ,, uobert Shaw 17 I. V. Mhorrisoy 10 ~,, R. Iaynor ... 17 F'. A. Brown .... 11 "C. W. Rogers 17 H O Pursehouso 11",, V. R.Forster 17 If. Madden ... 12 , 0 ,O. Hodges 18 O. Purwehouso 12 ,, John Ashley... 18 W.F. Cimmins 1.1. ~ John Witeras 18 3I. Gallagher... 15 ,, . .Assuumed names,
VICTORIAN CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
VICTORIAN CLUB RACES. The following are the acceptances. for the Victorian Club. races on Saturday:-, .. I ShURBLEs. otyal Maid |Inosolvent Master Pieotp Vlcan Tantaliser GeneralJacksohe Fusiler I Waverley Sinking Fund Chief First Mato Cockboat Sensation I TWO-TEAn-oLD STARES. Garibaldi Bougeset.Nor. Mainsail St. Paul Uranus Geelong ehatbe Walton . c " , . STEEPLECHASE. Lady Ashton I ymlet Pride Chester II. Phenomenon St. Dunstan VICTORIAN CLUB CUP. Grace Darling Acolyte Britisher rea Horse Camerino - MKadcap ' Chuckster Don Qnixoto Lord Wilton Veloaipede Stafford Bohemian Anchorite Ringmaster Claptrap P.emusa Leia Hippogriaf Laviegton First Prince daydw - Kerman E.D. SELLING RACE. Dictator lace Breeze Pris I Hopotoun I abel Grey Snipl Chanter .Achmet Wartnaa Violet JANUARY HANqDICAP. Stafford Wilham Tell Ghaost Waterloo Quintin Matseys Claptrap New York Solo Evie Allander Albanus-: Gardenia Stationer Jocular Umbra Lavington F.F. . Highland'Chiefl Maydew Islander St. Odille Nuncio
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
AQUATIJS. ," N~s.b B UARY. • SN.S.W. Rowing Association Annual Meeting 16. Double Bay Anateor Sailing Club. 20. -National legatta. Hatrics close Satinrda . January 16... 30. Smith's Handicap Trophy lace. Woolloomooloo Bay R atta 13. Pyrmont Rtegattan. 20, Balmain Annual Regatta. nOYAL SYDNEY TaCrT SqUADRON. Fourth.elass race, prize £20, January 9. Third.class race, prize £25, Januuary 16. Seeond.class race, prize 825. January 23. First-class race, prinze £835, January 30. Commodore's prize, £50, February 6. SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUI. The following is the programme of the races to be sailed during season 18858-0: January' 0.-Open boats, 24 feet; half-decked beoats, 20 feet and undor. Janoary 23.-Open boats, 22 feet; open boats, .20 feet. February 6.-Half-deeked boats over 25 feeoot; half-decked boats, 22 feet. February 20.-Hurry.skurry race for open boats; do. do., for balf.decked heats. Mareh O6.-Half-decked boats, ever 22 feet and sot exceeding 25 foeet; half.decked boats, 20 fee...
BOWLING AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
BOWLING AVERAGES. Bowlors. Balls. 'Runs. "Wickets. Avera.e. Johnson 03 ... 49 6 ,. 8.1" Smith 134 ... 73 .. 9 8.1 Harvey 294- ,.. 23.1 14. ... 0.8 ,,rysnlo 235:... 119 . ....11.0 Armstrong 80 " 06 "3 12.0 arshall 438 .. 198 16 . 12.6 Robert· 214 ...6 .1 Linnett 140 ...5 ... 2 ,