Elephind.com contains 52,693 items from Globe
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
VICTORIAN JUNIOR ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
VICTORIAN JMTNIOR ELEVEN. - The following are the batting and bowl ing averages of the above team, which left 8ydney yesterday: BATTING AVERAGES. Batman. n unss Av'rage Ward 2 . 0 8' 1 42'0 Johnon .. 5 0 101 20'1 O'Hanlon.. 5 0 90 18'0 Drdalo. 5 1 71 '173 obrts :. 6 0 100 *1-4 Buncl ... 4 1 . y . .. 2 13.0 Ar Ontog - . 5 0 61 12*1 Smith ..... 0 0 12,0 Harvey .... . 2 072 :Marshall ... 5 ; Lucas ... 0 14 0 2 L2e.0 . .. . . 0 Laeott.. .... . 10.
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
ATHLETICS. FIXTIUES. JANUARY. 9. Lake George Shefield Handicap, 70 guineas and gold medal. 9. Buncendore ShemfeId Handicap, 070 14 and 6.-Nocwcatle Sheffield Handicap. Handi caps, December 29. Acceptances, January 9. 15, 16. Hvrlinglhtm Handicap, Brighton Park, Melbourne. Entries, Saturday, 9th; handi caps, 12th ; acceptances, 1.thl. 26. Wolumla Athletic Club Sports. 26. Bathurst Sheffield Handicap. Entries, Jan. nary 9. 26. East Haitland Athletic Gathering. 20. Caledonian Sports Parkes 20` Blaney Sheeld Handicap (£50) and Sports. 13 17 20..Sir Joseph Bank's Handicap. Entries close February 5. Handicap, February 15. Acceptanee, Harch 6.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
COURSING. The Now South Wales Coursing Club hold the following meetings during the year: SINay 14 and 15, at Woodstock--Derby, Oaks, Car rington Cup, &ce. Juno 18 and 19, at Woodstock-Tho St. Leger, WVaterloo Cup, and Wtorloo Purseo. August 6 and 7, at .Woodstock-Sydney Cup, Porseno, and Plate.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 7, 11 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
TELEfGHPHIC SHIPPING. JANUA0g 7', 11 A.M. ALoBAT.-Arrived : January 0, R.M.S. Carthago, from Glenelg, .30 a.m. Deparliro: January 0, B.I.S. Cearthage, for Colombo, at nbon. MeaLoroE,--Arrivols, January 6: Elizabeth, barque, from Fredriekstadt: Mlalvina, barque, from lMontreal; Southern Cross, steamer, from Holbart; Nightingale, schooner, from Sydney; Camille, schooner, from Hobart. January 7: oingarooma, U.S.S., from New Zealand. Depar. turo: January 6, Adelnide, steamer, for Adolaide; 7th, Rotamahana. U.S.S., for Now Zealand. Souon HEaD. January 7.-A steamer, N.N.E., seven mlles off, at 11 a.m. (probably tho Wont worth, from Brisbane). DLccc AY HNAs, January 7.-Passed north, Ly-e-.moon, 0.25 a.m. ICII?coo s HNADS, Jauary 7.--Steamer Queen of the South, off bar.! TnIL BAY.-Arrived : January 7, steamer "Woodboro, from Sydnoy.j . SNEVWCASTLE, Taso DAt.-Arrivals: Namoi, from Sydney, and Collaroy, Lubra, Esk. Sailed: To Anasu, Buaninyong, Lala ook, for Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
Municipal. OROUG? OF WAVERLEY. Notice is hereby given, in accordane with Sections 54 and 65 of the Munici palities Act of 1867, that. the Municipal Lists for 1886-7 are now open for Inspec tion at the Council Chambers, Waverley. All claims tohave nalnes inserted thereon, or objections to names now included, must be in writing and deliveredto me not later than Thursday, 14th inst. ROBERT T. ORR, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Waverley, .January 7, 1886. BOROUGH OF WAVERLEY. Office Hours-10 a.m. to 3 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 desirous of inspecting the Municipal Lists, this Office will be OPEN on Monday and Thursday Evening next from 7.30 to 8.80 p.m. 8 ROBERT T. ORR, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Waverley, January 7, 1886. TownClerk's Office, Sydney, January 7, 1886. ANONYMOUS LETTERS. THEE practice of forwanrding anonymous .communiications to the Town Hall, having lately Men of common...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
THE MAILS. Mails will beo made rip at the General rot Omfico for the undcrmationlo places as follows : Tins DPAY. leLroreonr, overland 4 and 7 p.m. ADRLAIDE, erlad, via Mlbourno ... 7 p.m. IOJnART AND LAUNCESTON, overland to B?olboune, and theneo per steamer 7p,m1. AUCKLAND nnd all NEW ZEAiAND porte. er To AND O. ... .. I p.m. IANNIno IiVEI, per Rosda ... ... 2 p.m. L?ctEonIE RE:lR, per Tomhi .. p.m. FiJI, via NEWCASTLo: per ona ... .. p.m. SATURDAY. inereMBULA AND neENo, porelga ... 11 a.m BATAVIA Ane SINAoroiie, lRodondo to Brisbaeo, and thence per Duke of Aryle ... n... ... ... '... on. BnlrAN AND on NORnTHEN PORTa. Oer RLodondo ... ...... ... on. niSenANE AND NonTvoEnr FoaTS, per Elamng .. ... . .. .. oon. inieANE AnoD NiORTRnon POase, AND, TaniUoDA ISLAND. per City 0. liel bourne ... ........, naoon. enrcluroN Riven, per Ilichmond ... 2 p.m. WELLINoTON AND SOUToErN PorTS 'r NEW ZeALAonD. per Hauroto ... 3p.m. CLAnacEC RIVER, per Iurny ,, ,, 2 p.m. S WEDNEBDAY. .PERnTH ('.A.). I...
SYDNEY TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
SYDNEY TRADE. The value of Imports at the port of Sydney for the week ending December 31, 188a, amounts to £318,282, of which the principal items are: Apparel and drapery... .f88,67 Beer ... ....... .... 0437 Boots and Shooes ... ... 14,050 Brandy ... ... ... ... 7883 Candles ... . 2013 . lour ... ... .. ... 3203 Gin ... ... ... ... 3199 Hardware ... ... ... 51,272 Hops . 2061 Iron rails ... .... ... 220 Malt ... ... ..: ... 2427 Sugar ... .. ... .. 8855 Skins and hides ... 0... 029 Tea ... ... ...; ..: 2725 Timber ... ... ... ... 5194 Tobacco and cigars ... ... 30815 Tin ore ... ....... ^.. 0950 Tin ingots .. . 90000 Whisky ... .. : ... 0199 Wino ... 2730 Wheat ... .. . ... ... 1958 Wool ... ... ... ... 15,818 The value of Exports at the port of Syd. uoy for the woek oading December 31, 1885, amounts to £127,063, of which the following e'o ito princii.l ii;m:- Beer .. ... . .. £204 Candles... ... ... ... 500 Oil ... ... ... ... 253 Spirits ... ... ... ... 550 Booky .. ... ... ... 1...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. "Tho stock and shar n'm'ket quotation' to one S o'clock each day apear in Last Moment 'column on page o5. D "-ona Omc, 1 p.m. S.In the import market a fair amouut of busiuoss was done, thouglh nothingof a speculative choasc. tor is noted. In the flor mannrkot, thero wro no nlargo sales to reolort; In Ilcbourco sa.les acrem umdo yostordayat £S, of ordins-Y brands. We look lhont it that Sprices will yet hare to advance hero. Tie strike in Melboum s of the lunmpcrs seems likcly to hst, which will have the effect of limiting the shipment from Melbourne, besidos adding to the cost of frcight materially. Worepost the market as firm, with an upward tendoocy. The total. arrivals for the week onding Jsanary 7th, by rail at Darling Harbour from too cotatry, were 116 tons of flour. In metals there is no noew feature to report. Sales are lobeing made of secoad braunds of gaiesoleed iron at L18 to £18 10s. in trade lines. Shoot lad sales are reported at £15. In fencing wire there is ...
CLEARANCES.—JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
CLEARANCESTA.-NJA?U 8. - Efk (s.), 517 tons. Captatin J. P. Sharpo, for Hobart via Edlden, 4 p.m. To Anna (s.), 1C52 tons, Captain John Iaiaoitosh, for Auckland r:d Now Zahmld ports.2 p.m. Knawrcer (.)), 1477 tonr, C:5ptain V. B. BIlown, for Port Adelaida, 3p.m. Tentorden (s.), 1:39 tons, Captain Simpson, for Adolnide, 5 p.m. Victoria (s. ,5.51 tons, Captain Flcotwood, for Noumca, Suna, and Lova? k, oota.
ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
ARIIVALBS.-JAnAns 7. Knraworn (s.). I77 tolls, Captnin W. B. Blown, front Adolnado. 2nd inst. J. Frazr and On., na;outs. JTANUARY 8. Wentworth (s.), 010 tons, Captain Ballistor, from Brisbanuo 6th inst A.S.N. Company, ngonts. Allowrtc. 0?5 tone, Captain Walker, from Shool. lmvon. lllnrorn1 S. N. Comalny. naenst. RItodondo, 715 tone, Captain E. J. noult, from M?clbnurno 6thins nt. lessrs. Inoward Smithl nud Sons, agents.
FOREIGN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Per Merchant Shipping and Underwriters' Association, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
FOIEIGN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Per erchalmut Slhipping and Underwriters' Asso. ciat:on, Limited. LoNnon, Wedncesdty.-Arrivod from Molbournea: Avenger, sip, sailed Octlobor 7: Loch Venuachar ship, sailed October 15; Salamis, ship, sailed October 19. From Sydney: Ethiopiau, barque, sailed October 5 ; Kent, s.s., sailed October 2i, via lelbourne November 6, nud Adelnidoe November 14: Oronts, ship. sadled October 5; Sir VWalter ,Raleigh, ship, sailed October 10: WVoollahra, barque, siled October 17, From Adelaide: Gel. taun, shrip, sailed October 3.
THE S.S. CHOLLERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
STIE S.S. CIHOLLELRTON. Tho stemslhip Cleollcrton (says telo ArJls), of the Ascglo.Anstrslasion line, arrived in pert early yestnerday merling from London, via tho Suoez Canal andAdollaid. The Chollorton, on this trilp, hrs bloeeon uccsfun in procuring t full cargo of lBritish and Continental mcorcetnuldiso, and although deeply nuden ltho has oelected a first.rato passnage. Thu eegines lroe bcon in first-class cworking order otil tirough the trip, and there wore no delays on rot rons, printing or other causoes. T'he Chollerton, in command of Cantain Janoes Clarke, left London on Novcmer 9, and wasn fortunate in ftlling in with favourabl wh-ios and lIne weatheor down Channeol and cross the 1ay of Bisnay. Cnpn St. Vincent was passed at goou on November 1S, and the stoeamer etered the Slteditorrnanon Sos not lay. Port Said was reached at20 mniuntesp st 3 p.m. on November 23, and the Canal wes e olred at 2 p.m. on 'November 25. Light head winds were met with in the Rod Sea to theo menri...
IMPORTS.—JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
OfitPORtTS.--Jooeoo 7. laorawecr (s,), from Adolaido: 303 phkageos flonr, 302 bags bran, 1,10 bago bone dust, It cases eggs, 10 cosks tallow, 3 caso booko, 2 casks, 4 bores, lortmanteauns, and 3 parcels. The To Anou of the Union Comopany's line, loaves for Auckland anld Now Zetlald ports this after. noon. Shle wll bo followedl to-morrow afternoon by the Ihouroto, which leaves at "4 p.m. for Wel. lin?ten. STh0 Rl.L.S. ifnassilia flft for London to-day. Tile Valetta sool after carmo up from horanlchorago in tihe lower art of Neuttal lay and berthed at tho Circular Quay. Her mlnifcst is a rla ou0ao, omprising soome 7070 paIclmges of noerohnodise I,o. sides laro lines oft iron wire ol iron olrs. Tile followiegg passengers left to-day per Mnlin. yong for Muelbenrne l--Ifoudancs Winter, J. ay oyy, . Douglas, WV. flrZn, W?llaco, Daley and inant, Pratt, IIaster, W.. It. Iolynaeu J. WVitt kowkhi, arg'son, Campbeloll, G. Watts. Chambelrs, oarons Chhrko, Sianforid nud fauilyv, Iisoso Camp. bol...
THE UNCLAIMED BUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
THE UNCLAIMED BUTTON.. ,"My dero frens," said a 'coloured preacher in a. small town in Georgia, ''we tanks you dis ebenin' for five dollars, seventy-five cents, an' one button. De man who put do button in do hat sent it away in a good cause, but he loses an ole fren, fur it am a greasy button. Now, I'se not a rich man, fur I'se a poor man, but I kin jist give ddt man one dollar who'll corn up an' git his button:" There was a deep silence for a while, and no one went up to get the button. "I dur you Sto corn up an' git do button. None uv you's a-comin' -Well, I'se afeared you' neber see your ole fren no more. It's a west button. My west's all full uv but tons, an' no regular place for it. But I tells you what I does; I'll take dabbutton home an' have my wife sew it on sum war" you kin all see it. Den when yoi comes to. church you always sees your ole fren again. But'now I tells you de man as put. dat button in de hat he no gentleman. He better git converted rite away. .He thort -he g...
A REMINISCENCE OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
A REMINISCENCE OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. His name was Phillip Rooney. 'Twas said he was of Irish extraction, but on this. point there was a little obscurity. IHe had been a soldier, but as glory was less in his. line than bacon and cabbage, he changed his sword for a quart pot and took a bush public-house. But Phil's memory was good, and many important facts connected with the Indian Mutiny were still fresh in it. " You're right, sorr," he more than once obcerved, "it was a caution, an' faith I was in the thick of it-up to me nick. Divil a shot was fired I wasn't contagious to." "Know Sir Colin?" we remarked, negligently. 'f Bedad, you make me laff," said the Rooney gaily. "Know him? an' we as thick as thieves. Many's the time he said, 'Phil,' sea li he, 'go to the sorgeant major for a forlorn hope o' the Murphys (terrors the same Murphys wor), and turn the flank o' that division o' the rebels forninst you. Whistle Garryowen till you get round 'em, just to cheer the bhoys up a bit.' Beg...
AUCTION OF LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886
AUCTION OF LADIES. An auction of unmarried ladies used to take place annually in Babylon. "In every district," says the historian, " they assemble on a certain day of every year, all the virgins of marriageable ago." The most beautiful were first putup, and the man who bid the largest sum of money gained possession of her. The second in personal appearance followed, and the bidders gratified themselves with, hand some wives according to the depth of their purses. But alas! it seems that there, were in Babylon some ladies for which no money was likely to be offered, yet these also were disposed of-so provident were the Babylonians. " When all the beauti ful virgins," says the historian, "were sold, the crier ordered the most deformed to stand up; and after he had openly demanded who would marry her with a' small sum; she was at length adjudged to the man who would be satisfied with the least; and in this manner the money arising from the sale of a handsome woman served as a portion t...