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SPORTING TOPICS. NOTICE. AQUATICS, ATHLETICS, AND GENERAL SPORTS.—Secretaries will oblige by sending programmes and particulars as early as possible. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

.SPoRTING TOPICS. NOTICE. AsleaTIco, AT5LETXCS, AND GENERAL SPOTS.- Secretirtes will oblige by soeding progrmmcs and psetieolars as early as possible. From Grafton comes the news that a match for £20 a-side, has been arranged between T. A. Ward and W. ,Casre, jun., of Nana Creek, 100 yards, on the 23rd inst. In handicapping for a Shefield it is im possible to please everybody. Several runners, however, have been complaining about their treatment in the coming New castle Sheffield. A letter on the subject has appeared in one of tihe Newcastle papers. The writer wishes the public to believe that the Sir Joseph Banks' handi cappers are incapable, and that the New castle handicap is the worst of the many bad ones that have been formed by tlhem. We cannet see this. We attended all Kelly's handicaps, which are now happily defunct, besides being in the habit of putting in .an appearance at handicaps for many years in Australia, and we are of, opinion that nowhere else in Australia is the h...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

THE DAY'S DOINGS. A tlhird edition of the Globe will be pub. lished shortly after 4 o'clock, containing the lateot local news and telegrams from all parts of the world. The third edition matter will be placed on oureighth page. During the pastoral and golden ages Of the colony, tle people of New¢ South Woales used to confine their attention to a few employments, and those generally of a very profitable character. The press of population upon our shores, however, has brought about a competition for themeans of living unkhnown in former days; and the result is that our people are now cast ing about for other avenues to wealth; and we may nosw be said to be fairly in our industrial era. Gradlally we are adopting the callings of the old country, and soon there who arrive here from London and other large cities, will be able to follow the occupation they left behind, whatever it may have been. One of the latest London idees engrafted upon us is a "City and Suburban Window-' cleaning Comp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHARF LABOURERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

WHARF LABOURERS' UNION. A special meeting of the Wharf Labourers' Union was held at St. Bridget's Schoolroom, Kent-street, last evening, under the presidency of Mr. 3. Elliott. The arrangements for the ceremony of un furling the banner this evening were com pleted, and the meeting adjourned. A mneeting of the picnic committee was after wards held, at which some routine matters were discussed and adopted. Sir John Itobertson has intimated his intention of being present at the banner ceremony, and he will be sccompanied by theelinister forNinee, theMinisterforlrus tice, and severalother ofhiscolleagues. The Colonial Treasurer has given instructions that the next best steam launch to that used by the? Governor shall be placed at the disposal of the union for the iregatta to-morrow. The following is the address which will be presented to Lord Carring ton when the procession halts at Govern ment House.· Should His Excellency be unable to attend in Sydney to-morrow, an early opportunity w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING TOPICS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

MINhING TOPICS. LinOa ,OUt 'ownO eORiEspON?o Nv.J MELBOURNE, TmIs .DAY. Silver shaes :--Broken Hills, buyers at £.18 b5.; Day Dream, sales £1 7a: 6d. Victory Gold-mining Company, Limited. (Charters Towers,-Queensland), l1th inst., telegraphed as follows :--"Mino looking well; 50 tons raised during week. Crush ing started this morning; looks well." - Craven's Caledonian Gold-mining Com pamy, No Liability, Charters Towers. Messrs. Gresley Lukin and Co. report having received the following telegram from the mine :--"Started cushing to day; expect putting through about 150 tons; mine looking well." *Ravenswood Silver-mining Company, January 2.--1O0-feet Level: Since my last report I have come across somo splendid ore, assays of which are as follows :--No. 1, 156 per cent. lead, 630oz. l3dwt. 8gr. sil ver; No. 2, 744 per cent, lead, 582oz. Sdwt. 16gr. silver; No. 3, 75* per' cent. lead, O702o. 9dwt. 16gr. silver; other assays varying downwards. I expect to break through to the winze spok...

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BERESFORD V. REDFERN. To the Editor of the Globe. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

BERESFORD V. R~EDFEBN. To the Editor of fho Globe. fir,--taving noticed, in your issue of the 12th iestantt re dingema atChplayed between the ROd fern M[ercantile C.C. ned Boresford C.C.,,I wish ti correet your correspondent's report of the snme. The first time these clubs met the former blub hadr only fire membner playing, the rest being otrangers. When the strangers had an idea that they had no clnuce of having an inniors, they lelt the field, leaving the fie menober to playtill time. which your correspondent forgot to mention in re porting that mnatch. Last Satunlay the teas wan emepoeraI d of 8 members, 2 hoU. menm. here, and 1 piek-up, a rtereger to tile elub. We ocupied the wickete first, end beieg witbont sn umpire one of our members ocou. pied the position, ned dufrig his term there were ihrce appeale nudo to himeoneegivennut, tlenothe two not out. Wllen the Beresford tonk the wickhts, a stranger occupied that position, end lhis secision wms only aeked for once, whieh he gav...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) HOBART, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

HOBART RACES. (FWOM OU OWMN COnBaSPOiwsE&Ts) HOBART, Tis DAY. , The acceptances received for the coming ,aces are.-. LkUNCESTON CUP. st Ib I st Ib uation ...' ... 9 7 Balrant-..? 7 5 Koh . 8 t Claculton.... 7 • MIeteor 1... ... 1 FHawthorn... 7 4 Granvillo ...... 1[Weslten .....; . , Vision ... 7..7"7 [Wild Wave ., 70 Atrenomer ... 75 ?IsaoriChief ? 65 The ave ." ... 7 5 VISITOBS' 0F1. Lantern ..... 9 2I oedrioDhl o.. 7 Vision . 1 8 ]Bonnie Bluo .e . 7 Veole... . 8 ,..8 [ Division .., 7 @. Tichborno... 8 4 (Iaburno .e . 7 'r St. Albert..... 8 0 [Guyfau ... .. • western. 7 9 General Jacksons'611 alahrat ...... 7 | St. Leonardso . 6 " Sir Launreeot .., 7 sMaorChrioet ,;, 6-9. Duk0Ofetol ... f 7 OwnB8RY HUrDLE. West Coast , 11 71 TheFreuehsn...u S0 GcneratlJeoson... 11 0 St. Leonarda ... 5 Repose . ... 101 Sir John Iooro ...9 Tosnlney . 1 ...I0 9I errimass.., 8 Onpx ;. 10 4 Shamrock .... 0 Cuereamt.. 1..50 2 Dutchman 90. STEEPLE. Cooper !! 85 Edward ..." ,..*10 .... ...1 3 DRre...

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BARONETS IN FACT AND FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

BARON'ETS IN FA'CT ANbD FIOTION. uanmour says that when an eminent tea dealer and'count member, whose-ideh bity we shall disguise under the& pseudo 'nym of Sir Orange Pekoe, was createda? baronet a. few years ,ago,.he was fairly five Towered by the honour which the Queen had been graciously pleased to.' confer on him; He saw the ardenthopes, if not the actual expectations, of a long -an laboriou~ career fulfilled, and with iningled'eensations of delight and wonder' he found'himself at last purolled among the proud and splendid aristocracy of his native land. By the favour of his Sove reign he was now the happy possessor of' an hereditary dignity which would be. transmitted in his name and, lindage to, the remotest generations of his posterity. His public services had received an' ade qute? and appropriate reward. His ?leepless, but silent vigils in the Senate, and, whaf is more, the hard cash it had cost him to secure the privilege. of keeping them, weighed as dust, or at le...

Publication Title: Globe
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The Globe. EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

EVENING NEWSPAPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and other commiumcations itended for insertion in the news columns should bo ad. dressed to THE EDITOR. All business communications, including advertiBe. innnts, orders for the paper, and remittances, shouldbeaddressedto the BUSI?ase HAAGEs , and not to THE EDITOX. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

The .Makay cp erory thus delivers itself on the sepbration' question :--"oming nearer. home, the most important feature of the year has been the steady growth of a feeling in favour of separation of the North of Queonsland fromthe South. The movement was at first ridiculed by the Southern preas, and even in many North e rnelectorates did notlind favour. But the justice of the claim, and a conviction of the 'necessity of enforcing it has grown to be the settled creed of almost every inhabitant in Northern Queensland. '.Tie petition, to • Her Majesty the Queennow contains te o sgna trces of nearly as many as voted at the last general election, and the 'small mi nority' which rr. Griffith described as beihg favourable to tlie movement, has grown into an ovdrwhelming majority. flow that this is so, the Imperial Covorn ment *ill have no reasop to refuse the claim, and before another twelve months is over it is probable that a- new colony will have been formed in Northern Queensland, and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

Marriage. WREN-O'NEILL.-On January 12, at Christ Church, Queanboyan, by the Rev. Charles Kingsmill, C.E., assisted by the Rev. Thomas Symonds, Alfred Ernest, third son of the late James Wren, Esq., of Muswellbrook, to Ann Maria Townsend, youngest daughter of William Gregg O'Neill, of Queanbeyan.

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HOW SOME CORONERS MAKE THEIR MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

HOW SOM~E COIRONYERS MAKE THEIR MONEY. The following story comes, from New Zealand. .Somo peoplo would be evil enough to say that in How South Wales there aro to ho found coroners who would do exactly tho samo if placed in a similar position as thes Otago coroner:--" s a re sult of. the inqluest now being held in Christehurchon arson's hand, a number of gead stories aro told of the anxiety of some coroners to held inquests. Perhaps the best of these is ·one concerninw an old Otago cerenC. A manwansfound drowned in the Shotover River, and an inquest was heldeh him in duocourse. After the in quest the body was buried near the banks of tho river, and a heavy flood sent it en its journey down the stroam. Theo local constable received theo remains, and a second inqluet~ was held, the same verdict being given. Tho body was interred for the second time, but it was not allowed to remain in peace, as a heavier flood than the first washed it once mere into the river. The local DoSclgeesy was ...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

NOTES AND COMMENTS. TIhi Victorian trades unions are going to run Mdr, Tronwith, the secretary of the Bootissakers' Assoeiation, as a candidate for Collingwood in the forthcoming general election. The Trades Hnll Council con sider that the interests of the workmen ivill best he served bydirect represontatiou in Parliament, and the entire workmen's vote, wh'ch is immensely strong in Collingwood, will therefore be naked for MIr. Trenwith. The Trades Hall Council is absolutely right in the opinion that direct representation is the one and only method of obtaining justice from a legislature. Whether they lhcve chosen the best possible candidate or not no one cn tellbut themselves. In any case it is a step in the right direction. The brief less barristors, professional agitators,'and public-house loafers who put themselves forward as workingmen's members are generally beneath contempt. Mr. Tren with is at least a working-man to whom his fellow-workmen have given con trol of their affairs...

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AGENTS FOR THE "GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

AGENTS FOR FHE "GLOBE. Tho GLOJIE is noW onlaroged to Eight Pages, fllly.sixcoliusool a nll. It thushbcomos : THE LARGEST EVENING NEWSPAPER lit AUSTRALIA. Tho GLOBE can te obtained of the ollowin , I?ents : SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS , F. t.Barker, 85 Sussox-street , Smuel Barter, Balmain west , B Bookstall Company. King-atcoo tram and i"Station SS. Y. Bnrnet, Woollahra Samuel Beshhy, 84 Vine-strot; Boelforn SJoseph Caorlaun, Central Bahmain SMrs. Davis, Hoent-trsoo W. Calnan, Harris-steet, Ultimo H. W. L. Causton, 111 Clarenoe-atrooet Hr. C. Clark, tram terminus, Marrickvills J. Croit,.PWilliOm -setr ot Deacon and Sons North Shore al. Engeioh, Paddinol . B. W. Poster, 144 wiliam-stroa t Wim. C. Good, Potorshan E rs. Hamilton, Waverley Harris Brothers, Newtown; also at Cook's * MHcdonnldtown and St. Peters Ers. Hinchcllfo, 75 Botany.roal, Weterloo IJohnL. Ilrghoefer, Sl Pit-streot • H. How, parmmmnatto-road, Leijheardi Mr. Johns, licliahon's Point, R-avonder By ...... ·loseph King, aond...

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SHIPOWNERS AND SHIP LABOURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

SHIPOWNERS AND SHIP. LABOURERS. We cannot tell who is responsible for the defiant attitude assumed by the ship-owners in the present dispute concerning wharf labourers' wages, and 'we do not wish to inquire, Itis to principles and not to persons that we address ourselves. But we are con .vinced that the inspirer of the present policy of the Vitorian Ship owners' Association is making a blunder which may presently turn out to be irremediable. The action of the ship-owners is actually spreading the area of strife, whereas wise men always try to limit it, and it is irri tating the very men whom it is most desirable to conciliate. The threats to lay the ships up, to import labour from Tasmania, New Zealand, and even` from Europe, and the refusal to enter upon any discussion of the matter at issue "until the men assume their original attitude "-that is, until they dissociate thlomsolros from friendly ]indred societies, from the allies who are helping them--are all fatal mistakes. They ar...

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AGENTS "SUNDAY TIMES." THE "SUNDAY TIMES" CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:— [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

AGENTS "SUNDAY TIM.ES." T.E ", sUDAY TINE-" -CGt BE OBTIE D F PROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS,- Mc. John Varnoy, Bny.streot, Globe ti. Cbalmpen, Jtrldgo M House, Fortsa Lodgo Mr. G. Cassolla, Elizaebth-staot, Boelmoro Perk Mr. John FEaher. Eizaboth-street, post Bathu?et stro it" ' Mr. B. Ial~m, 37 Geor-testet West Mrs. Moors, 21' Glebo Point Roaid Mr. Frost, 84 Gcorge-streot, Campordaown Mr. 0. Gounh, Tobacconist, Glebo-rooel Mr. Wellman, osrgo-estreot West, opposite BIll. way Stetion Mr. C. Brown, 13 Georeo-stroet Woit Mr. 0. iUiard, 193 1lng-strest, Netownl Mr. J. C. Vounccsl.; NilKing-streo, Jiowor Mr. J. TPJones, Tobacconist, Manly Mr, "i. banson, 217 Oafor-streot, opposite gaol Mr, Johnb . Berghoslor;,8.9,Pltt-street Mr. ooo. Cnrtorbory-noad, Potsmrohan Mrs Mitchell, Nelson-streot, Potcraebm Mr. How. Prenesalnl-roedl Mr. Flynn, 0) Onford-otreat, opposite gaol Nr. 0. Everard, 122 O.ford.estrnct Mrs. Manning, SO0ford.street Mr.r . aScandrtt, Cbunclh.stroot, Parrnaatta . Mr" M. Jocobo, ...

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The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. THE COMMERCIAL BANK AT COLLINGWOOD STUCK UP. A WOMAN SHOT. MELBOURNE, 2.10 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

2~Ae jofllowing appcrard lass night in Oi~r ThtirdEd lii ton. ,iTHE COMMERCIAL BANK AT COLLINGWOOD STUCK UP. A WOMAN S lOT. MELBOURNE, 2.10 v.-a. Between 9 and ]0 o'clock this mnorning the sob-branch of the CommercialBank, t1oddle-street, Collingwood, was stuck-up, and a woman shot. The bank wassuddenly entered by three young men just as tbe 'wanagcr had arrived with abag containing the day's cash. Struggling with them, hoe manager fired his revolver, and the bullet strock Mrs. Rlavenscroft, tie owner of the premises leased by the bank, who was just about entering at the private door, alarmed at the scuffle. One of the robbers has becn arrested. The agency is conducted in the one room af a brick cottage, at the west side of Hoddlle-street, not a grett distance from Uohnson-street. All the rooms, lut one devoted to bank business, were occupied by Mrs. Ravenscroft and her grown up son, either nositting-room, bedroom or kitchen. Mfr. luill, tihe manager of the branch was tle only offic...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. EAST ST. LEONARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. EAST ST. LEONARDS. A special meeting of the above Council was held at the Chambers last night to considercertain formal matters. Present: fHis Worship the Mayor (E. :hI. Clark), Aldermen Glacken, Ecnken, WVaterhouse, Rodick, and Becancy. The first bosiness transacted was the consideration of the action to he taken in reference to reclamation at foot of High street, it being resolved that Alderman 3Ranken prelpare a letter embodying the council's strongest protest against the manner in which they have been treated in the matter, and forward it to the Cole •tial Secretary. Five tenders were forwarded on by the St. Leonards Council for the Walker street improvements, with a recommenda tion to accept the lowest-.t1103 128. 4d. After a short discussion it was agreed that the amount was too high, and it was re solved that the C.. hbe instructed to pre pare plans and an estimate, to be sub mlitted to the St. Leonards Council with an offer to complete the work according ...

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BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

I3ALHAIN . At the regular meeting of this council hold in the Town Hall last evening, the following mombers were present:-Tho Mayor (Hon. J. Garrard) in the chair. Aldermen Hancock, Looke, Punch, Clubb, Briggos, Cameron, Burns, Buchanan, and LM'Donsld. A petition was received from the rats jsyecrs in Unicsntrcct plroing that the council will havc that street asphalted, and steps made down to the water side. The p~ctition was received, and sent to the works committee. TI?e works committee certified tb the finance eomnmittee for the paymcnt of £134 8s. -Id. That body also recommended Louisa - road to be thoroughly re' paired, Moore-street to be kerbed and guttered, and other small works. The inspector of nuisances' report was comewshat lengthy, and it referred particu barny to the sanitary condition of the borough. Alderman Ponch calledtheatten tion of the councilto tIme disugsting state of the liarbonr from the abattoirs to Pea cock's I'oint. The water had been of a purple colour for...

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FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

FARMI PRODUCE. At thl Darling Hlarbour stores this moruing, tlhero was a good supply of hay of fair quality, for wlhich slightly better prices were realised. Tho eosmjstition was lively, and tho demand geneurlly Prices we're quoted as followso:--For oaten bay, £ 15t ±0 to Sper ton: oaton csfi. £5 tos to £6 los per ton ; str?w chatf, £3 5s to £3 Ito; luc1rne, green, is h]ndles, £3 io to 0± has. On the whar'es the suluply of farm prodacde es fairly good, )t bidding was tolerasbly brisk, and thue followinig are the qnotod prices :--Maize, os lld to 4s; wevilly, 3s 6d to ? 4 9. Oerts, told tots 7d;: larley, lnominal, 3s bras ,s to3d; pollard Is 3d. Wherat, 4;3d toJs 4/. Glood Lucerne, hay £1 to £1 tS. per lots: isferior, £3 to £4. Oaten, £3 to LI It. Pot'toes, £ to £5. Onions, £6 1s.. to £7i. to. *u

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PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 13 January 1886

- PRODUCE 1EPORT. Oswin to the costionaico of the lonipora' strlk0, the arrivals of pototooe from Victorua oro rory light, which advanced from £J9 to £9 its per ton. Hunter liver vorts worn sold ot gs Od to Co. The ocarket las on upward teondncy, sod will continue so until ample scocks arrivo. Ooionss.-Viforlasn fair sales mnado at £7. lUttor.--Thrc o cos a good business. For good • samples.of Illawaor 9d wos acoopted. Some irime lots of ]New Zealnod were also sold at shout scmo flgnre. Chlbff haoadanoced. Sales aro u inhsg at£C55s to £5 10i per ons. Hay.--iair supplies Irom the Hsutor Rivor. Prino green lucerse £4 to £4 5I por ton. Oats.--The m;oaret is cell sulpplied, with fair snlen of prince, bright hes- foeed, at 2s hi1 ; inforior san?dles, frolu e s to s Iii, accordinig to quality. hr.em-Sales cado avtls 2 d to is Cd. -ollahcl.--Wo qcoto 5s 3d, sales. Cheso.o-Fair sopplies, best colomal soiling st ltd to lld leer lb. ltoney.--Bost quoality of cleor hosey is worth .ijd, and com...

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