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ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY. THE ADELAIDE UNION SANCTION THE STRIKE. FURTHER SHIPMENTS OF MEN TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY. TsIE ADELAIDZ UNION SANCTION THE STIRIKE. FURTHEI SHIPmrNENTS OF MEN TO AIRRIVE. A special meeting of the South Aus tralian Branch of the Federated Seamen's Union was held at the Duke of Welling ton Hotel, Port Adelaide, yesterday even ing. There was a fair attendance. The president (Mr. H. 3. Pudney) occupied the chair. The secretary read the follow ing telegram which had been received that day from the Melbourne branchofthe Union. with reference to the threatened strike:-" Meeting hehld in Trades Hall to night. Decided to call out all members signed in Melbourne, except M'Ilwraith's. We have wired to Sydney to call out Smith's crews running north, leaving A.S.N. Co.'s crews in. Bruce Smith, leading spirit, detarnfiined to crush labour. Want you to call out crews running to Melbourne. Reason,floodinglabourmarket; Waiting your's and other's permission for action. Have wired New Zealand. Reply soon as possible. Waiting to take immnidiate action." It was decided t...
THE STEWARDS AND COOKS JOIN THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE STEWARIDS AND COOKS JOIN THE - STRIKE. At the ordinary fortnightly meeting the Stewards' and Cooks' Union of Victoria, held last evening, a resolution was unanimously carried to support the seamen in their action regarding the wharf labourers' strike. The meeting was avery large one, and it was decided that all members now engaged upon vessels, under the rules of the society, should at once give in their 24 hours'notice for discharge, and quit their employment at the expiry of such notice. The boats belonging to Mr. M'Ilwraith were excepted from this deeision. The notices will be tendered during the course of the morning. NEETING OP OPERNATIVE STONEASONS. A meetingof the Collingwoodor Abbots ford branch of the Operative Stonemasons, which numbers 185 members-with which is affiliated the Brunswick branch, num bering '120-was held at Cody's Abbots ford Hotel, Johnston-street, Collingwood, last night, Mr. Murray in the chair. The principal business of the meeting weas to consider t...
THE TRADES HALL COUNCIL AND THE SHIPOWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE TnRADES HALL COUNCIL AND TIHE SHIPOWNERS, The following letter was sent yesterday by the secretary of the Trades Hall Coun cil to the chairman of the shipowners meeting: ' Trades Hall Council, Melbourne, 13th January, 1886. "Sir,-I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of yours of yesterday enclosing newspaper paragraph of report of meeting of the 'lTrades Ball Council, wherein you draw attention to certain remarks purport ing to have been made by the secretary of the W?harf Labourers' Union, and express ing a desire to be informed as to what assurance the council can offer the ship owners that, in the event of the latter body feeling disposed to consider the suggestion of the. council urged in my letters of the 0th and 11th instant, the labourers would undertake to modify the determination expressed on their behalf by their secretary. In reply, 'I beg to inform you that at the time the words referred to, and said to have been used by the secretary of the Wharf Labourers' U...
AN ARISTOCRATIC AUTHORESS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
AN ARISTOORATIOAUTHORES. Lady Mary Moribund was not exactly a social success. She was not abeauty; she twas not an heiress; she was not brilliant in any way. It is quite true that the bluest of blue blood ran in her veins, espe cially in those in the neighbourhood of her nose, and this circumstance gained her much respect fromfoolishpeople in alower rank of life than her own; but among her own set, as everyone could boast the same advantage, it did nothing to raise her out of the ordinary rack. Lady Mary was: discontented with this and resolved, if possible, to alter it. She looked among her sisters in "society," and found that there were many of them who, thoueh, like herself, unblessed with distinguished beauty, fortune, or Wit, were yet for some reason or other raised above the common level, and regarded in a way as social lionesses. Why should she not be too? If she took the trouble to discover the means these ladies adopted to gain distinction, could she not,byusing the same me...
THE WHARF LABOURERS' DISPUTE. (From the Melbourne Age. A SEAMEN'S STRIKE DECIDED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE WHARF, LABOURERS' DISPUTE. (From the Melbourne Age. A BEAMSEN'S STRIKE DECIDED uPO. The struggle between the shipowners and theomen employed by them in various capacities has entered upon the more bellicose phase adumbrated at the recent meeting of the Seamen's Union, and which, since the decision arrived at upon that occasion, has evidently become inevitable. The replies to the telegrams despatched in accordance with the roso lution passed at the meeting arrived yes terday morning, those from Sydney, Ade laide, and Brisbane promising hearty sup port and co-operation, and that from New Zealand being of a more guarded charac ter. Upon this, Mr. Mansfield, secretary to the Seamen's Union, despatched the following notice to the various Melbourne firms who are steamshipowners: "Federated Seamen's Union, January 13, 1886. Gentlemen,-I have the honour by direction of the members of this society to inform you that, owing to the action adopted by the shipowners in locking out the variou...
ALARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
ALARMING. A gentleman recently opened a letter addressed to his son, containing sugges tions from a friend to the latter for ,a novel which hlie (the son) was privately writing. Thie father was exceedingly sur prised and frightened upon reading the following dreadful words:-" Dear Bob, You really must show more caution iii con structing your plots, or tlhe governor will be sure to discover the dead body of Ger aldine in the cellar, and then your secret will be out. You consulted me about the strychnine. I certainly think you are giving it him .in rather large doses. Let Emily put her mother in a madhouse. It will answer your purpose well to have the old girl out of the way. I think your for gery is far too small, a,sum. Make it three thousand. Leave the rest of your particu larly nice family circle to me. I will finish them off, and send you back the 'fatal dagger' afterwards by book post.-Yours, JACK."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
Medical. WORDS OF WISDOM. Toluntary Testimonies. " Startling Facts. DR. SCOTT'S ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSHES. This Brash has won it way to Royal favour in Egland, lbeen cordially endorsed by the Prince" and Princessof Wales, the King of Holland. and Prince Bismarck, and written upon by the Right Hon. W.E. Gldastone, and is now brought the notico of the Australun publio Itt cres by natural means, will always do goofdnever harm, and is a rcnscdylssltng for manoy Ceara: It should, buse ad daily in place of the ordinary hair brus. Tho brash is made ofAp new odourless compositios resembling ebony, a composition of .subIstces produecing a permanent ole?teo-nsgeotio current, which acts imlediatly upon the ar glands otm follicles. This power can always be tooted by a silvercompec whiehceonmpanier cshbhrush. Not it Wiro eBrual, but Pare Bristles. ?ey will poei.a tively cure nervous headache in five minute., bilioua headache in five minutes, neuralgia in five minutes,| falling hair and baldness, dan...
THE EASTERN QUESTION. COLLECTIVE NOTE FROM THE POWERS. LONDON, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE EASTERN QUESTION. COLLECTIVE NOTE FROM TILE POWERS. [ROuNsR,'s T Ea -Ax.1 LONDON, JAN. 14. Collective notes have been de spatched by the Powers to the Goa vernments of Greece, Bulgaria, and Servia, calling upon them to disband their troops now in the field. This movement on the part of the Powers has caused much excitement among the Greek populace, and it is, feared that Greece will refuso to cbinply with the demands of the Powers, CONSTANTINOPLE, JAN. 14, It is understood that the Turkish Government is arranging with Prince Alexander. of Bulgaria for a settle ment of the Roumelian question on the basis of the latter's occupying the position of Governor of Roumoeha for a term of five years.
SPORTING. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
SPORTING. NOTICE. AQUATICu, ATnLiToCR, AND GoNIcon ALvr.T. &ccrotrieos will oblio by" sonding programmes and particulars s uea?ly ans possible. EiccLesLNs.--lanly infoanration of rons, matches, or mcetings will bo highly appreciated. " Cmuc?na.-Sccreeerois or Chubs will grc-tly oblige Fby forwarding informattion of pending matehes, aiko opar?1ielars of any club mntcbes ns soon alter conclusion of flay as convenient.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
MUNICIoPAL COUNCIL. PARBAMATTA.' The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Parramatta Borough Council was held on Wednesday afternoon. Present: The Mayor; Aldermen Taylor, Saunders, Rut ter, Granger, Perris, Cox, John Booth, Beames and Byrnes. The Mayorformally reported the election of Mr Frank Beames to the vacancy in the council, caused by the disqualification of Alderman Brodie, and thathehadmade thenecessarydeclarations. Recliorts from the hackney, carriage and finance committees were read and re ceived. A letter was read from the Bathurst Corporation, inviting the co operation of the council to agitate for a supplementary grant to rural munici palities for the improvement of parks and public reserves. The letter was received, the council agreeing to co-operate. A letter from the Health Officer, respecting precautions for the spread of cholera, was received. The following motions were carried: " That the Mayor be hereby authorised to attach the corporate seal of theborough to all ...
TURF FIXTURES. 1836. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
TUlIP FTUIRES. 1830. JANUARY. 20, 21, 22. Tasmaniax Racing Club. 23. ltosehill Raero Club. : 23, 27. Junc liacing Club. 2.. Sydney Turf Club, e andwick, Handicas~, Jaunary 18. 2. Camden and Campbelltown Jockey Club Entries, 19th instant 28, 0. tGelong 1.C. General entries, 18th 29. Goulburn Summer Raca Meeting. 3t0 Windsor Farlm Racing Club. Entries, January S10 ' FEDEUErT. 2,4. Braidwood T. C. 3, 4. New England. 3, 4.-New EnglandAnnual. 4,; Temora J.C. Nomtunattone for Town Plate and Tomora Jockey Club Hadi" tip close on J-mu1ry7; 1 sov. each. Weights, January 15; acceptances,January 25 17 and 18. Bathurst Turf Club 27. Itoschill. .1, 13. oNewcastle J.C" 13. Vietor:a Amateur T.C. General entries, Pebr oery ; weight, Feobruar-y , 18,10. Biurrows JC. 20. Canterbury Park Race Club 24 25. Croekwnell J.C. - O Glenn Tones. 25, 0..Burrngong Turf Club, Entries, Februnary 0 27. V. r. C. Autun. Entries for Nowmarko Handicap and Australian Cup, Januar 4 , weights, January 25; seeoud forfeit, ...
TASMANIAN T. C. RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
TASMANIAN T. C. RACES. (FRoM OUR OWN CORREsPONSDsT.) LAUNCESTON, Thursday.--The Launces ton races were commenced to-day. The. weather was fine and there was a good, attendance. The following are the results of the races: MAIDEN PLATE. ePocahontas ... ... ... ... ... 2 Maori Chief ... . S iva started. Won easily. Time 2min.5se. TWO-TEAR-OLD STAKES. V.C. ... ... .... .... 1. Regina ... ... ... ... .. ... 2 W eetah ... ... ... ... :. .:. •3 Six ran, Woneby three.quorsg bt a length. Time, mrin. 21see. TO .ADNCESTON CUP. Duration (Brown) .... ... 1 Knave (Sam Davis) .... ... ... 2 Meteor (Keating) .. .. Other starters: Kohai, Granville, Vision, Astro nomer, Ballarat, Halwthorne, Clarendon, and Western. Hetting: 6 to 4 on Duration, 6 to i v. Knave and Astronomer. Won easily by a length and a hal,;' Meteor a length off. Time, 3rain. lltsee. VISITORS' GIFT. Sir Lancelot . . 1 Lantern.. ': ... ... . .. . ... ... 2 Tiehboran ... ... . .. . ..... .. Eight ran. Won easily by three lengths. Time...
TH[?]NG OVER A NEW LEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
Tl1J1G OVER A NEW LEAF. " Bon soir, Ilihi." cried half a dozen of us Sorbonne students, as one December evening we went swinging along the Boule vard St. Michel. " on soir, Messieurs," came back the answer froni a young girl with short cropped hair and a pair of steady observant grey eyes. " Shall we see you to-night ? " said I. "Oh, yes," replied Bibi, "I shall over- haul you somewhere. Isn't that beauti ful?" and she drew from her muff a bottle of spirit, in which an ugly bit of human tissue floated about. "I'm going to have an hour's study with the microscope, and then for a dance!" "I'll come for you, petite," said Octave, a lively little Parisian. "No, you won't," answered Bibi, shortly. "Of course not, for I shall claim the honour of bringing Bibi to the ball." This polite tender came from Manuel,a dashing Spaniard, who hadl great, sleepy eyes, which were dangerous whenever they chanced to wake. "Will you ?" Bibi returned, defiantly. "Nonsense, Bibi will conic with me, and we ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
Public Company. ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS ONE MILLION RENTS INSURED. Fist-cela DW3LLINIS EIG05TEEIPEOOD PER £100 LIGHTNING & GAS EXPLOSION DAMAGES PAID.. . Shipping. C LONTADI and Head of Middle Har bour. EVERY SUNDAY; the fast and commodious steamer LEVERET leaves the Floating Jetty, foot of Phillip street, Circular Quay, at 10.80 a.m., for Clontarf only. For Head of Middle Harbour, calling'at Clontarf, 2.15 p.m., Woollmooloo Bay, 2.30 p.m., returning 12 and 4.45 p.m. Returna fare, ls.; children, Gd. Hot and cold water can always be ob tained free. N.B.-The above grounds can be engaged for schools and other picnics at office of proprietors. W. and T. MOORE, 5, Pitt-street, Circular Quay. CHOWDER BAY, CHOWDER BAY. - Every SUNDAY, Steamer leaves Floating Jetty, Circular Quay, 10.30, call ing at Woolloomooloo ; Gd. returnasusual. Afternoon trips, Circular Quay, 2.30 and 2.45 p.m., calling at Woolloomooloo; return fare Is; ld., including admission to the Concert. N.B.-Steamers leav...
THE SADNESS OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE SADNESS OF IT. John Henry was just starting out tho other evening to see his little girl, when a married acquaintance stopped him at the front gate. " Hullo," he said, " Where are you going P" "To see my girl," was the cheerful answer. "Ah, courting is a great thing, my boy, a great thing.", "Yes, I've found it so." "But a man has to bo sutfighty careful." "Oh, I don't know. I never had any trouble." "Is this thefirsb one you over courted ?" "Yes, the only d " "My fix exactly," he said, reflec q.e]i. "What do you mean ?" " Why, 4: Ja4o the great mistake of my life in my " ing." What did you do; let her oher one ?"" No." "Let some 'r beat your time ?" "Not "Backed out because you were .o ask her?" No, sires." "Then in thunder did you make such a .eadful [mistake ?" " Married her, my boy, married her!" he said disconsolately,. and hurried along with his basket.
OPTICAL RECREATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
OPTICAL RECREATIONS. It is to absorptive phenomena that practically all our ordinary colours are due. The scarlet of the geranium, the green of the grass and trees, the.blue of the artilleryman's coat, the grey of the rocks, the gorgeous hues of the cathedral window, and the range of pigments on the painter's palette-one and all have thb° origin. Let us endeavour to gain some idea of adsorbtlve action by the aid of a simple experiment We must obtain a piece of coloured glass--say blue or red, it matters nothing for our present purpose which. Now let us lay it .upon a piece of the dead black paper which we have used in constructing some of our ezrliest-dercribed pieces of apparatus, and view the reflection either of a candle or of ordinary daylight from its surface. What shall we see P Simply an image of thh reflected object in its natral colours, as though, instead of adeeply-tinted reflecter, we were employing an ordinary piece of white plate-giss. But if, instead of view ing a ref...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
TrELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. NowvcoSTLo.--Arrivaol: January 14, Namoi, West. orn, Coflaroy, L?bra, Phbbe, Bells, Fiery Cross, from Sydnoy, Graco Lynn from Port -Macquario ; Dopartures: Januory 14, Clara Jackson, Fanny .Fisher, Heath, Amy for Sydnoy, htary Wardiloy for Napior, Flora, bqo., for Suva, Mabel White, Bch., for Nambuccra Rtiver.
IMPORTS.—JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
1K1'O1TS.-JANUAIOY 14. Cintra, from Melbosot o-e? p1gcs clohs, , 13 opigs steres, 4 CkB bottios, 194 lgo barley, 2135 bgs. potatoes, 111 bgn onions, 700 bgs ksheat, 120 bge pollard, 300 es empty tins, 95 prgs soap, 266 ch2 spelter, 49 empty si hd, 4 s atimber, 3 Thgn tobacco, 031 pkgs tea, 218 piegs sugar. . 54 es Old Tom, '2 c o pianoo, 111 bs chaff, ro marlnes, 1 hydraulic press, 07 pkgs boring appraters, 3 s emoantelpicen, 23 es ly platees, 0 es hooks, i1 glsa 80 bgs oatme, 1a0 ctfh jama, 12 pkgs. oils, 217 pnkgso erovision, oilmen's stereo, o., is 010 phee rfaui, I68 hgs flour, 7 pgs drapery, &c b 2 peegs hoot, 2101 phg iron, 11 psgs motalware, 4i r gst dairy produce, 8 pkgs rope, 41 pkga drugsu, C., 15 pkgs meochasndc. IGasier. feem Melbourne-O0 plkgs aerated waters, 33 phgs stones, 4 enmanatelpieces, 7 pkgs codoil, 17 es golatine plates, 12 06s eopnbittose,8 e looking-tgeloes, 0i bga oats, sn7r bgae ehayi, 12 Cu eosfectiosery, 2,C00.ags potatoes, Ye10go ossen, 1,On0 bg...