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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

AGENTS FOR THE "GLeOBEL.. Tho GLOBE is now enlarged to Eight PFgeg, lf?tv.oircol ooiein all. Itthuo.bcomes THE LARGEST EVENING -ENWPSAPOB T N AUSTRALIA. The GLOBE can be obtained off the ollowhn . ogentl:- " . tSYD'EY AND THE SUBIURIBS F. Brleor, 85 SuSaoxoereeeo Samuel Barter, Balmnit west Boo0ltoll Complny, King.strtctram and' Station . S. Y. Burnet, 'oollohra SiamnelBusehhy, in e.sotreet,Redfcor Joseph Cadlogan, Control Balmaoa Mrs. Daois, nt-otreot oe W. Calnhn, Hrris.stroet, UIimo H. IV. L. Causton, 111 Clarene-streoet Hr. C. Clark. tfrm termmnno, Sinraleifl J. Crolt,05 William.street , Decon nad Sone, North Shore G. Evgisch, Palddinton H. WA. Foster, 144 Willinm~shnt Ym. C. Good, Petersamo ers. Hamilton, Wanerley arris Brothers, Noetown ealso at Cook's HIrdonaldtono and St. Potarae Hlg. Hinchelilfo, 75 Botany.road, Wloterlo. John L. Borglhocfer, H9 Pl'tt.stroot H. IHon, Farrmmatto-rood, Leclchmrdt Sr. Johens, SIoIahon's Point, Lavendar BQr Joseph King, Lavender Bay W. J. lantl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. THE DEATH OF MR. SENIOR. THE OFFICIAL IQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

The following appeared last night in our ITa ird Edition. THE DEATH OF MR. SENIOR. Tnu OFFICIAL INqumrT. 'lhe following, which was publishbd in our third edition yesterday, is the col elusion of the evidence at the inquiry into the ldeth of the late Mr. Senior, at the St. Leonards Police Court yestsr day: Wnldimar Smirnow Lionel Cooper, esid ing at Paddington, was examined. He said: I was present on the 8th instant at the cxhumation at St. Thomas' Cemetery. The body was that of my late friend, A. H. W. Senior, -rith whom Shaw, Bloomield, and I went for a sail in the harbour on the 1st instant. When westarted, Mr. Seniorwas slightly exhilarated, but the rem indor of the party were perfectly sober. We left Double Bay between noon and 1 p.m. for No0 th Harbour. When wearrivedoff Middle Head deceased jumped overboard. On two occasions prior to that be had tried to do the same thing, but we prevented him gelling away from the boat. After that he tried to make the sheet last, and in his e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARIBALDI'S ENGLISHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

GARIBEALDI'S ENGLISHMAN. A notice has recently appeared of the death of Colonel Peard,. who, twenty years. ago, was well known as "Garibaldi's Englishman;" but though anotice to this ciremnslances under which the sobrigse' originated. Garibaldi,.whcn about to ente .?n one of his campaigns, was approached by a tall, robust, middle-aged gentleman with a flowing beard and fine eyes, wear ing a broad-brimmed hat lined with green, and armed with an immense pair of field-glasses, an excellent carbine, and well-filledcartridge-box. The stranger gave his name as John Peard, and said h wished to have the honour of serving under the General's orders. Garibaldi asked if lie knew what. they were, and mentioned in the first place that there was no pay.. "That is nothing. I am rich," was the answer. • "Can you walk ten leagues a day ? " "Perfectly." "And be shot at every day? " ' ' That is jyst what I want." "I require absolute obedience to my orders." "Ah, indeed, I should prefer fighting in my ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A YEAR OF AN OLD NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

A YVAAR OF ANI OLD NEWSPAPER. King William IV. died in 1837, and the, Princess Victoria sencceeded to the throne.' William, being an aold man, it was nothing wouderhfl thatin 1836 (tlheo year in which tihe odd volume of the Examincr was pub lished) the princess, a girl of 17, should be an objectof interest. At the Birmingham dinner to O'Connell, Mr. Muntc; who pre sided, expressed a hope that the day was far distant when the occupant of the Throne would be cbansged. "But when it is changed, let us hope.thlat we shall havd the Princess Victoria,from whom we expect so much, for she is indeed the hope of the country." These words were received with enthusiastic cheers. On the 9th June the Princess visited the Lord Mayor at the Mansion House. "She had all the freshness of a country girl about her, ap peared to be in rude health, and drew many expressions of admiration from those of both sexes who had the honour of being in her company." SThe year l886,like most years before and since .w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

It has boeen doeided not to remove Lord i Carrington from the command of his Militia regiment, the 83rd Ba]t. Oxford shire L.I., during his absence as Governor of mew houth Wales. His lordehip was very anxious not to lose his command. Therefore, he is made supcrnumary during the time he is employed under the Colonial Office. O sa tat Solomon dvi Od the sluggard to go to the ant; nowdty he dnis ofto wenor cois mpelled Eo illnonlnt and; blhtd, that dlid ZlOt GOJ fconrcthlnes ?ibhhoId in mecryg what we nakp We t~ould lm ruined at; our ow~n reqlaues. , --?I1?12€1t? YO01Ilg Solomon a'dvised tie sluggar1d to go~ to theo unt ; nowada~ys he is oftener compelled to go to his uncle. Art for Dlynson Droc's. App and Lemon Jam. [A Tr,.'.' .. .. WOPE.··mrr'8 SCJrhrrstb jstbpo~trpular tonic and I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOD AND DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

FOOD AND DRINK. Food is taken into the body mainly for three purposes: Firstly. To replace the loss which is con tinually taking place in the body. Secondly. To maintain the heat of the body by supplying;warmth. Ourclothes are useful odnly in this connection, for keeping the heat of the body in, and it is from the food that the heat is first derived. Thirdly. To supply:forco for performing work. A man requires upwards of one-twentieth of his own weight of solid and liquiid food in '24 hours, or a one hundred and fifth .part of his own weight of solids. The majority of .foods contain much water. Even 'such a dry food as cheese contains more than one-third of its weight of water; It is necessary that the various elements of whicli our food is composed should be present in certain proportions, so that the qluantitieseofihvariouslolements:may fairly balance each other. Isi fact, where this balance does not exist, you may have inidi gestion, or oven starvation from over .cating. There is...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECREATIONS OF MEN OF LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

RECRE'ATIONS OF IWMEN .OF "LETTERS. Walking was Meacaulay's favourite re creation, but, like Leigh Hunt, he seems to have been unable to sever himself from his books. He once said that he would like nothing so well as to bury himself in somie great library, and neverpass a waking hour wvithout abook before him. Certainly, he could never walk without his book. , Be walked abouit Lohdon reading; he roamed through the lanes of Surrey read irs; and even the new and surprising epcctacle of the seao?-so suggestive of revesie and brooding thought-could not seduce him from his books." Macaulay, reminds us of Thirlwall, who, whether eat ing, walking, or riding, was never tobe seen without a book. The favor'.ite recreation of Charlei Dickerswras walking. By. day, Professorw Ward points out, Dickens found in the London thoroughfares stimulative variek, and by 'night, in sesons of intelloctun excitement, he found in these same street; the refreshment of isolation among crowds. "But the walks he...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OFFICER'S PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

AN OFFlOGR'S PAYI. It has been affirmed by thchighest mili tary authority that so popular is the Bri tish service that it could be supplied with officers for "absolutely nothing." In the face of this stctemont, of course (remarks the Army and Navy Gazetto), it would be absurd for officers to expect an increase of pay; nay, more, the assertiou seems to be, to a great extent, borne out by facts, inasmuch as the money of purch:ase oftlh?rs at presentin the hands of a most grateful country, goes a long way towa-ds py?)'hl the meagre yearly salary of subordinate officers. Let us take the pay of a non-ourchase captain of the line. It is lls. 7d. a day; yearly, it amounts ta .211 7a. lid.; every fougth yer, of course, it is us. Pd. more. Now, from this we must deducttheo folovw ing stoppages and subscriptions, which may be considered a very fair representa tionof what in most regimeonts has i to be subscribed: Band and mess per annum, £11 l1s. 8d.; regimental contingenoies, papers, &am...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRIENDLY CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

A FRIENDLY CONSPIRACY., Captain Ward, of Portsmouth, was an eccentric of the .first water, and one of his peculiarities was that he never gave the desired answer to a direct question.' An amusing instanceof this evasive habit is related. One morning four of .his friends, who were aware of this trait in his charac-' ter, 6bserved the captain going to market, and after some bantering entered into a bet as to the practicability of learning from, him the price he paid .for his purchase. They accordinglysettled thepreliminaries, and, stationing themselves at, different points along a street which he must pass on his way home, awaited his coming. Very soon the bluff old gentleman mode his appearance, with several pigeonsin his hand. As he approached, the first ques tioner accosted him with, " Good morning, captain. :What did you give for pigeons this morning ?", "Money," said the cap tain bluntly, as he passed up the street. A second gentleman, a little f trther on, cddressed him and aske...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FASHIONABLE TAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

SA FASHIONABLE TAILOR. * In the course' of a lengthy chat with a well-known fashionable tailor of London, some interesting particulars were gleaned as to the frivolities. of fashion as peculiar. to the men. Much has been said against the absurdities of female dress, but far more astounding are the vagariee of male attire. * "Of course you are aware," said: our friend, "it is no sedret that corsets are. much worn by the men. They .alwaysm have been as far back as I can remember,. though of late years, with the advent of esthetes and dudismjingeneral, the fashion has been ion the increase.. The ultra dudes nearly all wear stays, but there are others, too, who are by no means dudes, or especially effeminateeither. "There," he. continued; drawing us .to the window, which afforded a splendid view. of the whole street, '" go two swelligamblers, arm in arm.. Yes, of course, you know them by name and repu.tation-evegeyoe doe - ?-aiir'j ad better dressed one on the outside wears corebd, ,irl...

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WAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

SWaking " is one of those ancient, but by no means laudable, Irish customs which hold their ground amongst the peasantry and the orer people of the towns in spite of e d lay remonstrance, for se R]ojan Cathliolio clergy have from time to t6im op.nly condemned it not merely as aus indecorous exhibition, but a dangro?us onu because in small crowded ouss,Cs. when tho deconsed has died of any contagious or infectious disease, it some timesnh'aplua s that it is propagated from the trive anongst the attendants. At oneI time waking was not confinued to_ the peor, the middle classes waking their relatives through a notion that it showed only a proper respect for tho memory of the departed. The waklng was after this fashion. The corpse was "laid out" on the bed in which death took place. It. was covered, save the face and head, with a white sheet. On the sheet' were placed crosses, the sacred monogram, and sometimes the initials of the deceased, wrought in coloured stuff or paper, or in natu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

THE EASTERN QUESTION. [BITnven's TUZ.EaGIU.,l LONDON, Jrx. 11. The great Powers have agreed to call upon the Governments of Greece, Bul~garia, and Bervia to demobilise •their armies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

WOODS OF' WISDOM. Yoluntary Testimonies. Startling Facts.. DR. SCOTT'IS EL.EOTRUC II, AIR BRUSHES....? TBis Brush bls won its we? to Royal farour in Englaud, bceu cordiaillyv endorsed by the Prince Prince Bismorck, and written upon by the Right' Hen. W.E. Gladtoaer, od is now brought to tie notice of" the dustra!ian public. It cuan by natnrnl means, will always do good, novenharm. and is arcmcdyluetingfor many 1ores. It shou.t bo used daily iu iaeo of the ordenry hair brush. ho brush is made of a newr odourless composition resembling ebony, a composition of subsatmtca producing a permanent elec°re-nsa.ioatie current, which acts immediat-ly.upon the hnairgianda and follicles. This rower can alworys be tesated bye. silver comp?aswhichrcomparies acrhbruash. Not: a Wire Brush, but Pace Bristles. Thoy ,will posi tovcly cure nervous h.odoohe in flive minutues, bilious headache in five minutes, rouarlia in fre minute, nfalling hair and baldness, dandrui anod dioease of the .salp; promptly ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE M.M.S. CALEDONIEN. PORT SAID, JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

THIE M.MIS. CALEDONIEN. [RaBran's TEGzonAM.J PORT SAID, JANw. 11. , The Messageries Maritimesstoamer Caledonien, from Melbourne Decem ber 5, passed Jore yesterday, for Marseilles.

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SPORTING. TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

SPORTING. TUBF PIXTURBB. "' '1880. ,i 2,.24. orga (annual). 14, 15. Tarnnuiar Turf, Club. 20, 21, 22. Tasmania.. Iarin Club. B3. rosbhill Iace Club. . 2 27. Junoo taring Club. 26. Sydnoy Turi Club, IBanddiek. "0 aieaps January 18. 29, 120. GaElong t.C. 21. Boulburn Sorumor Race ?eating. 20. Windsor Farm Racing Club. lniuiun. Januay FEBRUAnnny. 5, 4. Brmindwood T.C. 3, 4. Now England. ,4. Now EnalandAnnual. 4,2. Temoa J.C. n17 no 8. athaurst Turf Club 17. Boeohill. 11, 18. Sfawcastlo J.C' 13. Victoria Aaatcr T.C. 18,19. urrowa J.C; C lb 20..Cantlrbury Park ance Club ., 2s. CrocIeoll J.C. . - Glernn lms. 2, 20. turranbogog Turf Club. 2V. B. c. Autumn. Jran?n.: . . 2, 4. 7.oro Bacing Club. 4,6. V. . C. Autumn 17,13. Gun dgal Jockey Club . 17. Elsternwich Park Racing Club 2:2. 'umut P. C. . Cr ntrbury Park Brac Clu . Pn?l~. ' . 2. Elstorowilk Park aningOlub , . 10. BosehilI. ',0. a bury a. Club. 10,27. Cantcrbury (N.2.) 125. Canterbury Park aner Clu '?,· Ioschiit; , Jux. ' 13. Eltrnrwic...

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VISIT OF A GERMAN SQUADRON TO AUSTRALIA. CAPE TOWN, JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

VISIT OF A GERMAN SQUADRON TO AUSTRALIA. [EInUTR's TnLanOar.] CAPE TOWN, JAw. 11. Thle German squadlron, which has recently been stationed at Zan~ii bar, has now sailed for Australia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN UNWITTING DELILAH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

AN UNWITTIN8 DELILAH. Ev S. O. U. The minister looked at him, shrewdly and searchingly, as a man will look at a person whom he has reason to believe is trifling. Dut there was such an evident sincerity about the manner of the miner, and be met the gaze of tile man of God so unflinchingly, that that of the latter relaxed somewhat as he replied: "It is Holy Writ, my friend, and it is not for us to question." S" But," asked Dick, buttonholing the other, who evidently desired to get away at once, "but really was she as cunning as that 1" " Yes, and she suffered, or should have suffered, over it," was the reply of the minister as he moved offl; "you may be sure she met her reward-wbether upon this or another earth is immaterial." Although, of necessity, Dick had to be satisfled with this exortremely brief explana tion, his looks in no way exhibit-d the usual symptoms of satiefas~tion. iHe hitched up his trousers, bestowing upon each separate individual leg a long and a strong pull, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

Publio Company. AKNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION ANO ' Ni RENT- INSUAED. ,rst-chas DWELLIOGS IG TE2NP?NE PFE '100 ,' kLIGHTNING & GAS EXPLO81ION DAMAGES PAID..., S.hipping. ANGLO -AUSTRALASIAN STEAlM NAVIGATION COMPANY. UTEAM1TO AND FROM LONDON and the CONTINENT: S.S. PORT DARWIN ... ... 2550 Tons E.S. POET ADELAIDE ... 2900 Tons E.S. PORT JACKSON.. ... 2650 Tons u.S. PORT PHILLIP ... ... 2880 Tons E.S. PORT VICTOR ...... 2960 Tons 5.S. PORT MACQUARIE ... 3000'Tons B.S. PORT AUGUSTA ... 8000 Tons Nor partioluars of freight and passage apply to A. M'ARTHUR and CO., Agents, 58, Xing-street. Amasements. NEW OPERA HOUSE. Under the Lesseeship and MSanagement of Messrs. E. MAJERONI and W. J. WILSON. LAST NIGHT BUT THREE LAST NIGHT BUT THREE LAST NIGHT BUT THREE LAST NIGtHT BUT THREEE e the GREAT SENSATION DRAMA? ACROSS THE CONTINENT ACROSS THE CONTINENT ACROSS THE CONTINENT ACROSS THE CONTINENT ACROSS THE CONTINENT ACROSS THE CONTINENT THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, January 12,1886, JOH...

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MINING IN THE NORTH. (Northern World.) HERBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

MINING IN THE NORTH. (Northern World.) HFDB13EITON. The Walsh and Tinaroo mineral dis tricts, of which IIHrberton is the principal centro of population, may be considered one of the most important, as it certainly is one of the largest, mining fields in the colony. Although the existence of tin was known previously, the discovery that may be said to have created Herborton was the location of the Great Northern P.C., by John Nowell, W. Jack, Thomas Brandon, and J. Brown. The yields ob tained both from the alluvial and t1o lode were so good that a rush quickly set in, .and an immense number of claims, valu able and otherwise, were pegged ot. Many of the claims had fine surface depo sits, notably the Monarch, Great Northern, St. Patrick, Wild Irishman, and Phoenix. The Herberton Tin Company, establishing itself in the district, became large purchasers of interests in the various claims, and by the erection of a fivc *head battery-the first in the district greatly assisted those miners ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MISSING HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

THE MISSING HAZE. My old friend Doddlepot was grieved to find that the hair of his head was getting thin by degrees and beautifully thinne:. He bought some patent hair-grower in a jar, and he requested MIrs. Doddlepot to rub it in for him, which she kindly con sentod to do. "Wonderful woman, my wife," said Doddlopot to himself--" so use ful, so obliging." At that moment a dim suspicion flashed across the lady's brain. Why was Doddlepot so particular about his hair P Notforher, forhesometimescame home to tea with it quite rough, and didn't go up stairs to brush it. Horrible idea ! Doddlepot was going mashing. The idea gathered force as the lady rubbed the stuff into the little bald places. She rubbed harder and harder, she.worked herself up into a wild fit of jealousy, and she rubbed so fiercely that Doddlepot shrieked out that holes were coming in his skull. Then she grew more furious still, and she rubbed the restorer on his nose and in his eye and over his mouth, and Doddlepet how...

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