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THE S.S. GLENGOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
TE S.S. GLENGOIL. The steamship Gleogoil, from London via Hobart, with passengers and cargo (says yester. day's Argue), arrived early yesterday moraini. Nearly a year boas elapsed since the previous visti of the Glongoil to this Pert, snd during the grateor portion of that period she bos been employed is Govornment transport service to theCapo of Good Hope. Time was found, however, to sileet several improvements on board, and not the least note. worthy of these eons the sheathing of tho eron docks with wood. This bas a more attraotive appearanee, and is decidedly more comfortable than the bare iron. The Glensiol, aftar beig withdrawno from transport work, was laid on Ior1 Hobart, Melbourne, end Sydney, aed eight saloon and 152 sloer?go passeu gceo were bhoked. Of the litter, two weoe for Hobart, L9 for Melbourne, and 91 sre for Sydney. The voyage was marked by a good deal o: stormy weather, Lot the pas:.e?gers made the wool of the situation, and enjoyed themselves n much no possible...
BURMAH ALL BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
BURMAN ALL BRITISH. Burmah has bacome British bloodlessly, almost without firing a shot (says the Horme News.) KingTheebaw's submission might have been counted on; failing that, his subjection would be easily accom plished. It is with what follows that Imperial Britain is most closely concerned. The flat. has gone forth apparently for annexation, or, at least, for such a pro. tectorate as must end ere long in the transfer of supreme power to us. Of the wisdom of the step there can be little doubt, although faint hearts are quaking at the new and increased responsibilities it will entail. We could do no less. French intrigues and French arms had threatened our interests, and the near noighbourhood of a European rival in Biurmah would have been intolerable. The only question is the attitude of China. But if the jealousies of the Celestial Empire can be allayed the acquisition of the new territory mustmore than recoup us for the cost and annoyance of anneration. It will be the first st...
UNVEILING A BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
UNVEILING A BANNER. A very large concourse of spectators gathered at Miller's Point last evening, to witness the unveiling of the new banner of the Wharf Labourers' Union. The Burwood band played a number of soleoc tions outside of St. Bridget's School-room where the ceremony was to take placne and filled the neighbourhood with. its lively strains. The interior of the school room was decorated with bunting, a British ensign serving as a veil for the banner. About 8 o'clock the hall was crowded to excess, and the President of the Union (Mr. Joseph Elliott) took the chair. Amongst those present were the Hon. L. P'. Heydon (Minister for Justice) ; Honi. Jacob Garrard (Minister of Works) ; . and R. M. Vaughan (Minister for Mines)!; Mr. J. D. Young, M.L.A.; Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan, M.L.A.; Mr. Edward Ellis (Editor of the Globe); Mr. Thomas Caddy (President of the Traded' and Labour Council),. Mr. Miller (Chairman of the Eskbank Irohworkers), Mr. Symonds (Secretary of Trades' and Labour Coun...
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. Great NorthernoCoalComrnpny, Limited, moeeting Exchange, UI. Banquot to the Hon. Dantel O'Conner, M.P., prelimina.y meetiug, Royal Hot-i 4. Lecturer-'r hy iolo:,y; L,3?ndllResiratton,' Mr. B. E. Roth, M.B.C.S.E., Techical College Ball, P'itt-s;JrccL, 8. N.B.W. National Regatta, committe meeting, Aaron's Ercli .ngo, 8. Engiocecig Aosociation of! N.S.W., monthly meoteug, oank Chlobcr, Jami[zon-steot, 8. Trades' and Labohr Council, mooting, bw.n.with. Two.Nects, S. Public Reoting, St. Leonards, re-erection of hos. pital. Ampaommrre. Theatre loyal. " Otderella." New Opera Bouse, "Aorots the Coxt;eat." Olympic, "Mother Goose and the rnc ted Beauty. ' Anlemy of Muste, Federl Minserei,. Alhambra, "Bing Cockatoo." Belmoro Park, W oodyear's Cli uAa. Australaa Waiwo-ks open from 10 as, till Victoria Theatre, Parramatta, "The Private 3ecre ary."
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. HINTS ON HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
LADIES' OWN COLUMN. IINTS ON llOUSEKrsEPINO. Everybody appreciates the advantages of a well-conducted establishment. A house which is kept under strict regime is at once as apparent to the visitor as it is to the imnates, and is it not well for every woman, whether married or single, to learn to understand the management of a home? Marriago is the divinely ordered condition most girls look forward to, and it is as well they should comprehend and consider the solemn obligations involved. No man re spects a woman more because she can paint and sing better than she can administer to his personal comforts. Gastronomy is a science deeply appreciated by the male sex, and the one he loves long after "har monies in blue and red" and "a flats",and "b sharps" have ceased to allure him. A man before marriage may say that he does not want a "woman to be a slave but wishes her for a companion ;" but he makes a very different statement when matrimonially noosed should he chance to be kept waiting...
ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
ARRITALS.-JoauARe 18, R.M.S. Mariposa, 1039 tons. Captain 11. Mf. Ha. ward, from San Francisco Decombor 20, Honol.ulu Docomber 28, Tutuila January 3, Auckland January 10. Paute.,ers--From San Francisco: Captain loa'eon aod i':', Ti. S. Petten.ili, G. S. Simoont and wif:e. .J. Soider anui wiho, Win. Thomp. son, E. Sctaaroacbtor, E.A. BliglY. Fro S.moo : Mr. S. Dean. From Auckland: W. S. Davidson, Mf. Makpci cce, J. D. La Monte, G. W. Salier, Mr. Smol abowand family (3), Mrs. Johns.on and family (8), B. A. R. Owen, Mr. Hutbisnnon, W. S. Dodd, dr. Motal f, Mr. Jarvis and son, Mr. Mason M. Hirsch; 50 in Lth necra"o from San Fra~ncisco, and 28 from Auokland. U.O.S. Company, aneots. Royal Tar, bqo., 958 tona, Captain D. Wa'k'cy, from Humboldt Bay November 23. John Booth and Co., agent;. West Riding, bqu., 913 tons, Captain Win. Thomas, from Bristol October 11.' Gibbs, Bright and Co, agonts, JanUantT 14. Corinna (s.), 824 tonm, Captain H. Sams, from ltobart. via Eden. ". and W. Wiltis. azo...
THE OATH ADMINISTERED TO MR. BRADLAUGH. LONDON, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE OATH ADMINISTERED TO MR. BRADLAUGH. laBu'rsn's TELEIRAM.] LONDON, JehAIA I3. *Mr. Charles Bradlaugh, who was ro cently re-elccted for Northampton, was duly sworn to-day at the table of the House of Commons. The Speaker (the Rigit Honourable Arthur Wellesley Peel) reoad a letter frodm Sir Michbael Hicks-Beach, the leader of the Government, urging hm to refuse to adntinister the oath; but the Speaker ruled that he must ignore the resolution of a former Parliament, and that he had, no authority to refuse to administer the oath. Sir Michael Hicks-Belch therm upon attzmpte? to offer rime remark, but the Speaker stopped him, and re faced to hear him on the ground thl' he had not yet been sworn.
WHARF LABOURERS' PROCESSION AND PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
WHARF LABOURERS8' PROCES SION AND PICNIC. The 14th of January is a red-letter day with the wharf labourers of Sydney-it is the day on which they keep high holiday andparade the streets in precession. It is somewhat singular that just as the wharf labourers of Melbourne are in the throes of a struggle with their employers their conferes, of Sydney are enjoying their annualcarnival,aud indulging in sports and pastimes-the prizes for which have been mainly furnished by the firms which em ploy them. The festival to-day is, in fast, a reunion of capital and labour, aud aniu dication that at present "all is quiet" around the wharves of Port Jackson. TH Pr.ocESSION. - The meeting of the Sydney Whar Labourers' Union began to musterin great ferce at this meeting place, St Bridget's School-room, Kent-street.about eight a.m., and in a very brief period of time they had formed in procession, headed by the Burwood band in. full uniform. Fully two thousand three hundred men were'o arranged into c...
BRICKMAKERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
SBRICKMAKERS' SOCIETY. A meeting of delegates to the above society from the various yards was held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Newtown. The president of the union, Mr. Boot, occu pied the chair. The objects of the meeting were to ar range for the regular and efficient collec tion of contributions to the society both current and outstanding, and also to re ceive tenders in connection with the pro. posed picnic to Clontarf on 26th instant. After a lengthy discussion it was resolved that the various delegates be written to, and informed that they are empowered to collect all contributions, and to sign cards forthe same. It was also decided to re commend those yards that have no dele gate to tae- steps to elect one, or, if not practeiabe, to pay their contributions to the delegate of the nearest yard. A letter had been received by the secre tary (Mr. Hibberd) from the Trades and Labour Council, advising that delegates from the society should be sent to the next meeting of the council, to p...
VALEDICTORY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
VALEDICTORY MEETING. A public meeting was hold in the Town Hall, Campbelltown, on Tuesday evening last, on the occasion of the departure from that town of the Rev. Win. Fincham, who has for the last thirteen years been the ministerofthelocalCongregational Church. The chair was occupied by ths Mayor (Alexander Munro, Esq.), end on the plat eform were ministers representing thi other relgious' denominations of the town. Mr John Kidd, M.P., was also present on the platform. The ' r por, in a short speech, referred to the use ful career of the rev, gentlemen during hig pastorship, and said that he was only expressing the good-will of the inhabitants whose representative he was, in making the remarks he had that evening. He wished Mr. Finoham and his wife much happiness in the future, and called upon Mr. Kidd to present the address and a purse of sovereigns. Mr. Kidd, in - few well.-chosen remarks, then presented to Mr. Fineham anicely-executed address, together with the purse, which he ...
COLLISION IN THE HARBOUR. THE COLLIER CIVILITY SUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
COLLISION IN THE HARBOUR. TuE COLLIER CIVILITY SUNK.' A collision occurred in the harbour this mornirg shortly before four a.m., between the ste.:mers You Yangs and Civility, which resulted in the sinking of tho lIt ter, the You Yangs hvirn come o2 her plates. stove in nuder the water line. From accounts to hand, it appears that the You Yangs was inward bound from Newes: tle with a g.rgo of coals, and the Civil ty was going out,bound for.Wollon gong in ballast. When rouvnding Brad le??y Heads the vessels collided, but which was in fault has not yet ,peen elicited.. The You Yangs_ belong td Mdsst HoWoa?d Smith and Sons, and has been engaged in the coastal trade for many years.. The Civility is also well known, having been in the coat and ballast trade for many years.
BRISBANE.—HOWARD SMITH'S MEN WITH DRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
BIN.SBAN,.--HOWAf.D SMIH'-'S MEK W1TH DRAWN. Mr. Wall, the sccreta-y.of the Sydney branch of the Seamen's Union, rc:eived the followir,- tec?gram this morning from Mr. Chas. Seymour, the secretary of the Brisbane Union: "From this d2nt Howard Smith's men signinghere will be withdrawn." . MELBOURNE, THnx DAY. THE SHIPOWNEES REFUSE ARBITRATION. In consequence of the notice given by ihe Seamen's Union, the shipowiers have withdrawn their intended reply' to the Trades Council, offering to agree to refer to arbitration on conditions, and have stated they would not do so as a new issue had been raised and the question wan made to assume the form of a struggle between labour and capital. The sailors mass meeting t.lces place this evering. All the shipi adveru':od to sail for intercolonial ports abefore one to-day will be despatched. THE MELBOURNW COOKS AND STEWARDS.. The stewards and cooks have decided to support the strike, and will serve notices to-day. ._, - _ _
THE DEATH OF MR. SQUIRE FARNELL. TAMWORTH, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
THE DEATH OF MR. SQUIRE FARNELL. (FROM OUn OWN CORREe^ONDENT.) TAMWOrTH, Tmnes DAY. Yesterday afternoon a ooroucr's i-quaast was held: at Coolahan's Holtl on the body of truire James Fa:noell, con of the late Minister for Lands. The medical and other evidence went to show that the un fortunate young man at about ten o'clock in the moaning placed a loaded revolver in his mouth end disechargwd one shot, which severed the spli?al cord a-nd lodged in the bhae of the ;brain, causing almost instautaneous death. No reason was arsigned for the conmmit a!l -of the rash aqt. The decea-ed purchased the revolver at Lewis' Brothets store on the day previous, and set td to-t he wanted to do a little prat:' -:. No suspicion was excited during the day. The de ceased wrote several letters, and conversed with his f-auds in his usual kind and jovi'. manner. In the evening he attended the Salvat'on Army meeting in their barracks, and about ten o'clock went to bed, slee;oing in the same room as his uncl...
GUN CLUB MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
GUN CLUB MATCH. A pigeon shooting match between the members of the Canterbury Park Gun Club took place yesterday afternoon on the Canterbury Park tRaoecourse. There were two events, for each of which a valu able trophy presented by the club was contested for. For the first ovent-viz., first-class shooting at a range of thirty-one yards-there were six competitors. It. resulted in a win for Mr. Hamilton, who killed fourteen birds, Mr. Modini second, with a score of thirteen birds. An optionial sweeptakoe of .0 was divided between the two top scorers. For the second event there were nine contestants, with a range of twenty-five yards. It was won by Mfr. Davis, with a score of sixteen birds killed.
STEWARDS' AND COOKS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 14 January 1886
. STEWARDS' AND COOKS' UIION. A special meeting of the Stewards' and Cooks' Union was held at the Masonic Temple, Clarence-street, last evening, to consider what action should be taken by the Union in regard to the wharf labourers' strike at Melbourne, and to de cide whether they should co-operate with the \Seamen's and Firemen's Unions in withdrawing their men from the ships of those owners against whom the strike in Melbourne is directed. The chair was taken by the president, Mr. J. Ferguson, who briefly statedthe reasons for thestrike and the present position of affairs in con nection with it. After considerable dis cussion, it was unanimously decided that the Union should strictly follow any steps that may be taken by the Seamen's Union, and that a telegram should be sent by the secretary to the :Melbourne wharf labourers,'eonveyingto them an expression of hearty sympathy and support.. Mr. Josiah Wright, the President of the Sea men's Union, .who was in attendance, thanked the s...