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SHIPPING TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

SHIPPING TABIL. Our table of voesels to arrive and voseelo in port earlusiveof coastor nend intcrcoloaial tradorso, will be found on our nixth poge.

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

TELEGRAPIIIC SHIPPING. JAOUAITr 12. BflRnaaE.--Arrivals January 11 : Steamer Naododo tnd City oa Molbourne, from Sydney: Hula of Westminster (a.), from Lonudon. Doplar tures Januory 11: Stclumers Cul]oa, Adonis, for Iauisa, AAaslrsn. Arrivals Jannuary 11: Victoria (bqo), from IHobart. SLIOaI nOn!·. Deyc~rto o January 11: 5.5.5. . ?tosi for London, 7.5 ',m. , IELIOUiInZ.Arrived : Jnnunry 11 Ilarrabool, ? entwerli, rtrp... froan Syebey; Glen euk, ahip /Ctei. Lai, k .),riona Viar .LaebaUe' .Tanuary 12, Glcngow (o.), from London?lt rnm. i eot, from Sydn ucy D?ptrturos: Janmry I, indors(o.), for mauncsry, Juuasry 1., Oe.n Rooagor, cch., for Sydney. lhcnJon u IIFr.R1,--Arrral, JoInvoy 12: At-, • omki; snrmo., Victor, Atlph,Monarch, oef bar. Cnt. Anc.-rllos.-Arrvar1o, Jan:arye2:onin rs. Sir John Franklin, Alex. Nwton, Mry Dauuatino. off bar. Ponor ~gQongr.-Janar, 12, poscd: Str., Eltmang, north, 0.) n.m. Twoin) Iltnaos.--Jaonary 12: Schooner Patonga in tiny. ScIn . -Locco.--Paoooe, Jnuamry...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

THE MAILS. t will be mado up at the General rot O?i?ce rer the uscdrncntion pcee as ffllowa: TOT DAT. aLuoe urim, oNorlaod .r .. 7 p.m. -ta eLAeo, overland, via3olbourno ... .30 1p.m. NoNANAr Ae LlAUODBTOn, overland to Grtzzn urro "Nonanrsu Poars, p .S rm Melbon e, Band thence it r steaner 78p.. EIlDmANU AND NORTInen POlTe, per D EurrAnon ............ 1... 11a.m. nLeunr ... ... .. . .. . .. . S p.m. CLAaNNcE rlinra, per City of Zrln.o. S p.m. WEDN~EDAY. 3IEnNlEIULA siD Ezle, per Kaeeruka ... 11am. OEISDAOs AND NO NYDTaeJI 1'N, per Ly Moon ... O . .. 11 a.m. IBIIEASN AND NoaruamN PoETs, per Worrego ............... 11a.m. PaH (t.A.), Iro rA, COEDS, AD Coe. Tne or EuRoPE, overland to Meol. bounc, nod thence per P. and O. Coetxme's stceiner Moasnilin ... 9.30 p.m. UDITDLrrN?OOSN, oSCrlau to MIolbourne, sed thence eer P. and 0. Company'a alctacer 1aInsilia . ... p.m. TIUS DnA,. LAPCnETON ADD SOODART, vcia Edeo, per Corinua ... ... 9 a.m. IJLLADULLA atd CLYDl, per 11" 11cr , Dam. eonr~ l ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

NEW INSOLVENTS. Gee. Wbhito, No. 57, Botany-road, Waterloo. carpenter. Liabilitiest ro,£ 130 . 7d.: assets. £18; dceciency, .?li 138. id. Causnes o Insoleonoy: Adverso judonnet it the District Court, and many losecs in contrato . SIr.M nab, assign ee. Charles Moore, of Tigho's Hill, noet Moswrsstlo, labourer. Liabilitic es70 l1es. 2d. nassots, £5 i0o. Detlceucy, £71 ls. 3d. Caunes of insolvency: lnability to obtain romunerativo eseployment, niokocs in Iamily, nod ressure of creditors. Sir. Lloy'd, noolcoeo. RIchard Kent auncombo, of 3, Huoter-street, Sydney, trading os R. IC. luncombe aud Co. Liabilities, £1011; nssots, £876; deficiency, £131 1S. l.d: Ir. Stcphons, assnlgce.

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

PRODUCE JIAAUETBS. In maize, briiness wOaedono at So. lid,, S. hlld., and 4g. Oats.e-Tho serkot 18 well supplied, with sales of hright heavy food at 2s. Od., whll0 inferior are snlliag slowly at Ca. 1,d. Brae--Sehlieg at Se. Sd. oUrad, ha. Sd. l'otatoca.--Thero is a spirited dbmand. Market gettihg bacr oo ftoc]k. Victorian solling freely, at 810st. to £90; Huntet River, sules at £0 10s. FAlR PuODUGE. At the Darling Herboor hailway Storon this morning thore wos a good supply of forage. Com. petition wans ver? brink, and prices bright. Tho lollowmng wore tlla ruling rates :--Oton hay, S5 -0e. to £0 15. por ton; lucerae hay, £3 Ce. to w4; heatonhay,£5to£t. straw, L3 toS3l s.• Iwtatoes, £8 to £10. At the whaorvcsoteere wo a fair suppty, and the bidding wos moderately good. The following are quooted a priceo curront --Oaton hay, Hunter iliver, £3 es. to .04 lOsl Lucerne., to .045.; potatoe, scacco. £8 100.; onions. £0 I0i. FISH IICARKET. tt the Enstorn Mhrkhctso. WooloomooUoo, thero wog ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIFE ASSURANCE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

LIFE ASSUHIANCE IN' NEW SOUTH WALES. Some sio or seven years ago it was supposed that the Australian oIutoul Provident Society heldseuh a stronghold in New South Wales that other cuee. niul companies would hove but little chance of doing much hnlonoss iu this colony. Nut experienco has sohown tht such is fotr from being the case, for bseides the Life Association of Australasia, which is doiug an excellentbusiness, the Victorianofics. ;uch as the National Mutual Life, The Australian Widows' F'md, and the MIutual Assurance Society of Victoria, are with their well.known Vic toria encers'y actually doing a larger amount of usinrss in this colony than in Victoria, not siilsesoi| t i the dem sot tic nnwruerrel.orJ?al-u. itt-utrcct snow thp marked appreciution of the directors of that institution of the value of their importlnt business in this colony, and when we notice the masgificent buildings in teorgo and Macrket streets now nearly completed for toe Blnstmil Assurance Society of Victo...

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

NOTES AND NEWS.. Gum camphor is the besot thing to carry as a, gulard against smallpor. Thie now drug cocaine is a remedy for sea siokness. So is staying on shore; Under the New Zealand Rabbit Act of Iast session it is now illegal to keep rabbits as pets. HIenry Irving is to be made a barow if lad will accept the honour. Mr. Irving may. not be a very, good actor, but we doubt whetloer he can act badly enough to be an English peer.-Puck. A New York paper says :--" The greatest epoch in American history waacovered by a iailsplittor, a tailor, and a tanner-Lin coin, Johnson, and Grant. UTnder the the Frst, who was a plhilosophor, the greatest revolution of modern times began; ,under the second, a politician, the work ¼as delayed; and under the third, a prac tisal statesman, it was finished." At the annual show of bicycles and teicycles at Birmingham, Mr. Jaifray stated that the average make of bicycles and tricycles now ranges from five hundred to'eaix hundred per week, the output for ...

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

German Countess: "Baron, will you give ma a photograph of you,'-.elf P" Baron: "Certainly, madame; you flatter me by casking for it." Coontess, after the B: ron's departure,' to her waiting maid: " Here, Clairo, put this picture in your album, where you can study thie features closely. Whenever the origin!al of it calls tell him I am out." LOSO.--first Anson l Solo of Gold and Slper Jewollere, Wrtchlee, Clocks, &c. 0Os. good valuo for £1, cll now ChrtJLosus deslotos. Eveybody as foed, to give a IrC.?sst by prchsinsB g of the cc terprising ilm of . :Bolrclhed and Co., watch mckore, joeellors, od slverslthsc 720, George street, corner Camspbrll-otrcet.-(Acvr. Ask for D osa Dro,'o I'eoo Jom.-{Apn-.. ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RESOURCES OF NORTH BORNEO. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

THE RESOURCES OF NORTH BORNEO. The development of the resources of British North liorneo is a subject which should deeply interest Australians for two reasons. In the flrst place it is with Aus tralian capital the company under the coimmand of Mr. De Lissa is operating on this •island, and in the second a great por tion of the varied and valuable produce of the island will find-its way to oessAustra lian markets. The informdtion therofore obtained by ncur reporterduring an inter view with Mr. Do Lissa,. who was a passenger by the Timer (s.), which anchored off MIagnetio Island on Thursday last, will probably be of. interest to our colonial realdes (says thie Nuorhrra WYorlE of Saturday, January7). M"r. Do Lissa is well-knlmown in the coloniese his colonial career started in Adelaide, where he con tributed to the Press. Subsequently he became better known .in' connection with the establishmont of the sugar plantations of the. north until such time as his attention tas directed to the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." TIlE "SUNDAY T1121kM" CAN. BE.OGGTA.FNE 1037 T1E FOLLOWYINOG AGENTS:- Itlr.Johon vroy, 'ly.sircel. Glohoe ?ll'S. Odrpmfltll ?r~idgu lloaoe, Foroet Lodgo Ifr. G. Ca sella, Eliabetlh.atreet, Belaoro Pacrk SIr. .lohu Felher, Elizboeth.streoL, past Irethuro a~ro el;-. Sir. B. Knoh, 57 Gcorge-sotree West Ilfs. Moore, 21 Globe Point Rood lilr. FIoos, FL Gcdrge.sLrce, Camperdown 2,i; 0. Cough, Tobheroojot, Glech.roged IMr.. Wrlhnnoo, Gorgeostroct Weet, oppositol Rail way St:tion Mr. C. Erows, 12 OGorge-streer Weol; " Mr. G. IIilliard, 1i3Ninlg-otreet, RNweown Mlr. 2. C. Vooerehb, 2i21 Kieln-treot, Nowtowo Mr. T. T. Jooco, Tobhsconiet, MIeoly dIr. 3. Geaonoo, 217 OGfordFLreet, oppooilo gool -l:. Jeohn L. Rrtr,oolor, 8, l'iRtt-treot Mr. Goode. Canterlnry.road, Fotersohem irs oMitchell, Nelsou-street, P1'trsmnm Mr. Mow, Parmerttahroad " :Mr. Flynn, S19 Oxford-slreot, opposite gaol Mr'. G." avcnred, 112 Oxford.ltreot ?[I s. Mam~nnio , Oxfordstreet Mr. B. Snreh'itel Clltr...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WONDERS OF A WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

THE WONDERS OF" A WATCOH. There are very few of the many who carry watches who over think of the com plexity of its delicate mechanism,orof the extraordinary and unceasing lahbour itper forms, and how astonishingly woll it bears up and doese its duty under what wotuld be considered very shabby treatment in almost any other machinery. 'Phero are many who think a watch ought to run:and keepl good time for years, withlout even a drop of oil, who would not think cnlran ning a common piece of machinerya da without oil;ng, the wheels of which dbot h afraction of the service. We wore forcibly struck with this thought the other day upon hearing a person remark that",by way of gratifying his curiosity, he lisad made a calculation of the rovolutionea which thi wheels of the watch make ins day and a year. The reslit of this caler lation is as suggestivo as it is intoresting,. For example: "Tho main wheel makes ~r revolutions in 24 hours, 1,460 in a year; tie recond or [coitee, 24' revolutions ...

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

VESSELS EXPESCTED. The approximate times at wehich thovensels men tioned are expecteti to arrive are given here; hat, nceesnariy. Itin impossibe to estinmato the exact time when they will reach the whnarres. The .lStS. Mariloca is duo irons Auckland to. sorrewaflternoon, abont ive o'clock. Tho .?.MS. Garonne, fromn PlyaSuoth, via ports, is dnle Irom Melbourne on Thnrsday afternoon. Tile following pasenagera ara duo no Thiursday per l.iMS. Garoann, troam London:--liev. G. Little. more, Mro. Llttlemoro, family, and scrennt,SIinnes Simmons, lce. P. SI. Kennedy, loi. T. A. FitZ. emuld, lone. I.. Larlcr, ire' . A. Slatiery, Lr. H. II.Itarehall, Mlesara. (G.lilackwnoll, E. C. iSley, Mlyryno,S. Sttlahoan, i. li. Peck, i. Qacanel, 5?. (i. Qaigk, C. Gi. Qnirlk, H. Siamans, C. Wade, J. Vadonn, and Clllmin,'t ; almo 51 second saloon, antid14 in the third cobin and ntcenrgo. h'rom Adotnido: Sir. C. I'iera and Suisn Piers, Iessnra. J. Crsnilch anl XV. It. Kenvou. nond Captafin John W heVact; Dr....

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CLEARANCES.—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

CLEARANCES.-JANOAOy 12. Moreton (a.),5?80 tons, Captain J. Androws, for llottaonro, 0 i'm. Lcuro (a.), ilt tons, Cnaptain J. Pain, for bris. b~ane, 4 p,.m. Carrrjos (.), 0 tons, Cptain T. Johnsotono, (or ttrlslano nd Iortlern Ports. 31p.m. City f GrOafton (s.), 825 tons, Captain J. MIagoo, (or Ciareno IRiver, t pim. AustrLtinn t.), 03 tonrs, Captnin II. Chudnoigh, for ClareorcoRiver, 9 p.nm.

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FOREIGN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

FOREIGN SHIIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Fer OLrohant Shippilg and Underwriters' Asl?. cintion, Ldzsited. LOnOn, SstUrdsn.--Arrised, from Sydney: .e... Olenaorvln. saijrl Octobeir 30, via GOelong 2bovemobcr 6, llenbourne Noeosisr 13, Relfast No. -ember 10, Kingston Naosnmber 17. and Port Vietor lovcmbcr t0; LgorisO.S.S., sslerd(Novemberll, via PIdlbourne 1$, and Adelsido Nosemober3; onosore, b e., sailed Sepltenbcr 12;Thersopylae ship, sailed Octotnr 18. From Swnoatlo ranitrsnro, ship, sailed Octo. 1er 5. From Lyttleton: Chill, bqo., sailed September _8. SFrom Auckland: Crusader, ship, sailed October 21.

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

T?HE t.tl.S.S. GANONNE, Tiho EXnr.S.S. onroene, of the Orient line (naye yosntordays Args) arrived at 9 o'clock yeaterday morning from London, with mails, passengers, ano crno. On arrival she was oleared inawrd by tli. T..n ammond, senior immigeation ofjteor, anl, after transhipmcnt of mails, Pilot etfoerd took her 4alongsido the railway pior. Willamstown. The Onromon on this occasion hao added another to hor list of succeosnsl panssges. Heavy weathor wan ncountored at tho commeneoment, but, in spite of this and tIe usual detontions en route, tho run out from Plymouth to Port PhilUp han beon aceompliohed in d days. The mails, oeclusivo of those transhipped at Qucemsclitf for beolong, were landed ypetoeday in tO dopays. A cell was made at Naples on tlhin voygag, the quarontino restrietions, ns between ltaonnd Egypt, hrinog been removed. Some 20 Italian imulgrants embarked at Naples. Tho passenger list from Plymouth shoeeed 4 saloon, 8i second saloon, and 2O0 third cabin anod netoorg,...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOTH SIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

BOTH SIDES. The good w!fe bustled ahoot tho hooso, lIcr faco still bright with apleasant smile, As broken snatches of a happy song trengthcacd hr heo artand r hands thewhile; The good man sat in the chismnoy nook, His little claypipe witbhin his lips, And all ho'd madeo dna il he Bad loso clady and clear on his finger tips. "Good wife, I have jst been thinking a bits rothing has done very well this year, lonoy is bound to be ard to get, Everything's sore to be very dear, How the oettle are going to feed, How wo're to keep the boys at sohoos, Is a kind of a debit and credit sum I can'tmaka balance by any rule." 8ho turned her aromd from the baking board, Andl she faced him there with a cheewrl laugh;1 "Why, huIsbsnd, dear, one would really think That thegood rich wheat was only chaff. And wLhatit l'ho;s only lhaff, So lohg rs we both are well and strongP I'm not a woman to worry a bit But-somehow or other, we get along. "Into all lives some rain mos fall, Over ll lads thre stom moous...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' OWN COLUMN. I LOVED YOU ALL THE WHILE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

LADIE8' OWN COLUIVIN. I LOVED YOU ALL THE WHILE. • Iovo, I was wild and angry, And I spoke in bitterness ; I would not wait to listen, Nor heeded your distross. I bJado youn go and leave me, And I smiled a mocking smile; But, love--oh, can you hear me F- I loved you all the while Love, I was proud and wilful, And I tlhoun 1ht you'd come again; But the yrars wenst by in silence, TillI know the hope was vein. None Law the wisefvl sorrow Beneath each careless smile; None deemed the cllounebosom Waa loving all the while. Love, it i lalte-too late, dear; I exiled you to die; And no message came of pardon, We never said good-bye. Sometimes I Iause and wonder TI'bt still my lips en ar'wlo; But alas for the smart Of a broken hearot I I love you all the wlhilo. Love, it is late-too lato, dear; No grief will brin you bacrk, And my desolate exietence MIust the one thing needful lack. Bnt I think, sometimes, that somewhere (And amidst my tears I smile) Youe can hear my sad corfession, And, forg...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

SHIPPINg. I1gbh c.ntcr, Sydney Coro, this day. 12.1 a.m.; 12.21 p.m. A.lIRIVALS.-JawnnnT 11. leara (a.), 11U1 tin, Captain Pain, from Mlel. bolrne. PA;seengere: tre. Tarer anZ d twa czld ren, SLre. Smith and. two ohildren, Mlrs. Cohe~n and child, Mlrs. Lowe and three children, Mre. Ilnawell and child, ire. Blrown and child, Sirs. eer'eorto and threo childro?a, Sollaames aWaiaon. Qalck, Lytlelton, llarris. Galley, aIarry, Dainhorn, Aird,, Alken , IlBartlcy, Alenaclre, Wanlle, ffidics heCr, Dalryeple, Allfard, Wilsoni, Carroll. tnrdon, lI'Kcnrie, Daniols. hogan, Ilee. WV. Forles, Dr. Elyliiensrs. lalmer, .Lyttelloo, Dyning, Allard, L. and . . Keyc, C. Dyeing, Conway, linsoell, Baler, Collin, n liawC, Balekr, lrott, DoaIslan, faneo, Coppin,ll Sori, lceon, Bowedman. Glydo, Chlal man, Coempit, Willaon, Fineaon, Carlowe, lecd, Carrighan. leogers, Leonard, Stuir, Williame, Itenter, Copplenlton, Gerehen, Patin, Woollord, Sinclair, Soutalhward, Bar, hlils, Watson, Dlan:iee, Welton, Sd'Kanlel...

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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. AetralUan Patternmakers' Society meoting noynl Arcade, evening, Unhtret mssfounders' Society mooting, Swan. eith.twomeeekno 7.45. Lecture-' r'hysltogg" :lcod md ClrouLttlou, Pr.. I. aoth, .U.IS.E. Toehnical olloge lnl, Pttt-otreot, B. L.O.L.. Grnd Lodge meetlng, 7.30. Ilmquet toar. T. Willltnmson. iL.., loran, tp 0 m.@l drt?. Democr tie AiYounc en's ntitte , Ne wtown,. M ne,- ltle n owing "Th b mooting, Oet ord Hooel, hele'o nh o oF Cind r , Gollrg. 1?cw Otort Haols, "Aerotth at(onc??oncrt. Oltmtic, allMottir noo t onda to nctict. Aculcmy ot ?Iusie, Federal MLrrtrels. A.lnmmbra, "King Cockatoo.0' IDoimorc Park, Woocycar'p Cire~o au~strlar Waxwork., openr Iron 10 ~a~ (11 IlP:atepben'a Young Men's .Instilturn, Hewto~m. pcrricoo a ona, " The Oiled Fcnthern," 8. Kockkouk'8Erhibltion or Fine Arts. 374. George. Etreot,. Pmrtc~tat Hall, Scottish national concert,

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886

lIIOJIECTED DEI'ARTUBIIS.--Tllts DaT. Duj'lier: (A.), toT NOumcA.ll noon.011

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