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NOTES AT THE SENIOR INQUEST. THE CONCLUSION OF THE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
NOTES AT THE SENIOR IN QUEST. THE CONCLUSION OP THE CASE. : After our.report of the proceedings at the inquest on the late Mr. Senior, closed last evening, verylittleadditionalevidence was taken. A gentleman who was in the boat Emma, which sailed over the same course as the Top as few moments later, was called; but he threw no now light upon the affair, and as the jury con sidered enough evidence had been ten dered, the coroner closed the case. Subsequent events made it a questionas to whether this was a wise course, for, as the inquest stood, it was practically divided into two sides, each prosecuting the other. The occupants of the Top swore positively that the collisionwiththe Alpha was the cans?e of their cpsizing, while the steamboat people were no less ready in avowing that the dingy never touched them, and capsized before she got near, in the attempt to get out of the way. Hard swearing was indulged in throughout the day, almost every statement made by Shaw, Bloomfield and Co...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWTOWN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. * NEWTOWN. S THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. (Before Mr. Yates, D.S.M.) LANGUAGE.--Jolhn O'Doherty, for using indecent language, was fined 20s., 4s. 10d. costs, or in default seven days. Henry l3ainivell, for a similar offence, suffered in a penalty of £3, with 4s. 10d. costs, or two months. STRAY CATTLE.-Edward Carey, for allowing three cows to stray on the Victoria-road, Marrickville, was fired 5s., 2s. 6d. costs, or forty.eight hours. Johanna Ryan, James Clark, Patrick Barrett, Robert Boyle, and Frederick Goodsell, for also allowing various animals to stray, suffered in similar penalties. BATsoG.-Charles Smith and Henry Wakeham, for bathing in Cook's River within view of people passing, were each fined 2s. Cd., with 2s. Gd. costs, or twenty four hours. VAoRANCY.-Mary Regan was charged with having no visible lawful means of support. She had not been known to do any work for the past five years, and when out of gaol loitered about day and night. The prisoner, failing to ...
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
LICENSING COURT. A licensing meeting took place at the Water Police Court-house at noon to-day, when the following magistrates were present :-Messrs. Marsh, Johnson, and Addison,' S.M.'s, and J. M'Intosh, L.IT. The following applications were granted: Transfer of licenses (publicans): Wm. B. Redmond to James Sinnott, Exchange, Crown-street; James Stuart to Thomas Murdock, Cricketers' Arms, Fitzroy-street; William Macpherson to Charles Julliott, King's Head,Circular Quay; Joseph Lukin to Wm. Kyle (colonial wine), 341, Oxford street. BilliardLicenses: C.T.Stratton,Isaae Scholes,J.G. Cousins. Auctioneer'sSpecial Licenses: Edward Carlop, J. Robey, F.W. Parsons, John Hawthorne. Booth License Renewal: F. W. Forester, Publican's License Renewal: Eugene M'Carthy. Change of Sign: Edward F. Egan (recom mended. MuIsic Permits: MlaryKilminster, W. F. Edwards, W. F, Dind, Franlin Jackes, OttoMartin. A number of hawkers' licenses were also granted, the applicants being mostly Indians and Chinese....
BEGA RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
BEGA RACES. (moas OUR OWN COnnIrPONDsNT.) B3ega, . Thursday.-Tho second day's races resulted as follows: NURSERY IANDICAP. Zadbro . . .. . . 1 Platinum . . ... . .. 2 Kingowood . . ... ... .. . .. . 3 Time, imlint. i28see. ' YURDLES. - ., GOlenduart .... ... ... ... ... 1 Labourer ..... . 2 Skylark., ... . .. ... . TOWN PLATE. Comas ... ..1 JOessio ... 2 2 iCamoruka . ...... 32 Won easily in 2min. 1i ee. . . AUCTION STAKEIS. Fair Love ... ... ... .., 1 Evergreen . " . 2 ," Pros Lancee * . ... .. ti. 3 FLYING HIIANDICAP. Prior ...... ... . 1 Dove . ... . . 2 Jessi ..o.. .. 2 Won in inuin. 18.lse 'ORCED HANDICAP. Dayove ... . . .. .. 1 Lady Piltsford... . . 2 Glonduart ... "..
WHAT THE BIG-PRICED HORSES HAVE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
WHAT THE BIG-PRICED HORSES HAVE DONE. Speculators in high-priced yearlings will scarcely beencouraged by theresults of.this scason'sracing. Lastyeartwenty-three year lines were sold for 1000 guineas and up wards (says Truth). The colt by Cremorne. out of Strategy cost 1600 guineas, and has won nothing, and the 1100 guineas filly by Usno's, out of Side View has also been an runprofi' Lble purchase. .The 1400 guineas Skyscraper has won nothing, nor has the 2100 guineas lRattlewings,- or the 3000 guineas Godolphin, or the 1600 guineas Galanthis, or the 1000 guineas Happy Hampton, or the 3000 guineas Cerealis, or the 1000 guineas Kingshill. These were the gems (?) of Lord Fal mouth's team, out, of which there have been oily two winners, the 020 guineas Arcadian, who has taken several races3, and the 2500 guineas Oberon, who walked over for £.150 at the Second October Meeting. The i1050 guineas purchase, by Doncaster out of Mida, has won nothing, but from this stud (Lord Wolverton's) Bar...
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
CRICKET. PixTunts ron JAxuAnT. 16. Albert v. St. Leonards (Cup), Association Ground. 0, Surry United v. Neowtown (Cup), Agricultural WGound 16. Corio v. Carthona (Cup), Agricultural Ground 36. .Rydo Y. Double Bay (Cup), Croydon Ground. l16. Oriental v. Rugby,Norwood Park. 10, Stanmore v. Boxwood Benedicto, Norwood Park. 16. Bolvidero v. Warwick, Domain 16. University v. Manly, Manly. ! 10. Carlingford v. Giladosvilleo, Gladevilllo 3.: Ouar Boys v. Clifton, Stanmore 2. Beresfordv. Wrotoah, Woarutah Ground 26. Derwoent v Oxford, Forest Lodgo o 10. Darlioglington . Coamperdown, Campordown 16. Livgton v. Mercantile (Cup),Oxford Groud 20. Cambridge v. Albion (Cup). Furness C.C. Ground 30. Indoeoondeot v. Manfonield (Cup), Manofield 16. Hero of Waterloo v. St. Goorpe, Hogorah 20. Manly v. Incognito. Association Ground 23,23, 26, 27. Iotercolouial Matol.,' Victoria v. ,Nc?t South Wales, Assoiation Ground 23. Bolvidere v. Warwirk (continuod)~,Doman. 23. Bogby v. Oriental, Norwood Park 23. C...
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
AQUATICS. 16. Double Bay Amateur Sailing Club. 26. National 'Regatta. Entries close Saturday January 16. 30.. Smith's Handicas Trophy ace;. Woolloomooloo Bay Regatta - F~nnu?nY. 6.4Light Siff Knee for Youths, Woolloomoo ?ly 10-ll, ca trophy) 18. Pyrmodt Regatta. 290. Balin Annual Regatta. aarALon oyazr YACHT OQttADOeO. Fourth-class race, prize £20, Janu ry 9." Third.clas race, prizee £25, January 26; Second.class noce, prize £25, January 23, First-elass race, prize £35, January 30. Commodore's przer, £50, ?ebruary.6. sYDNEY AIATSUO OA AILI OLsOD. The following is thl programme of the races. to so sailed during season 2885.86: January 23.-Open boats, 22 feet; open boats, 20 feet. February 6.-Half.decked boats ever 25 feet; half.deckHed-boeats, 22 feet. Febrary 20.-Hurry-skurry rase for open beats do. do., for half-decked boats. March 6.-Half-d?cked boats, over 22 feet and ant cxreeding 25 feet; half-decked boats, 20 feet andunder. March 20.-Open boats, 20 feet; open boats, 19 feet. A...
SATURDAY'S CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
SATURDAY'S CRICKET. * A large number of matches are set down for decision to-morrow; and lovers of the "noble game" will. have plenty oppor tunities afforded them of witnessing their favourite sport. A glance at the various teams published in our columns this after noon will show that several matches pro miseoto her most exciting, and a first-class exhibition of cricket may be expected. The most important match will be the one for the Trustees' Cup, on the Asso ciation Ground, between the Alberta' and St. Leonards clubs, V. Harris, late of Tasmania and Victoria, will play with the former, whose team consists of H. Harris, V. Harris, E. P. Woolcott, G. Adams, Creckford, J. Shepherd, G. Eden, Brown, S. Deane, T. Deane, and Ellis. St. Leonaids' tehm will comprise, Cob ham, Cherry, Connelly, Thornton, J. Mi'Lean, T. Gilfillan, Jago, Lee, Wilson, Thomas, Greenwood, Read and Patrick. The University team journey to Maul toengage in a match with the local team which will be composed of W. R...
NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
NEWCAS'ILE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. The above handicap passed off very sue cessofully yesterday, there being about two thousand poo le present, which is very encouraging to the promoter when it is considered that this is the first thing of the hindipNdwcastleway. Thed ywaseal?l that could hobe desired, though, perhaps, a trifle hot, and the track was in good order. It is a turf track, but well clipped, and lively. In the latter half there isa slight decline to the winning tape. Mr. W. Sidney, th?e promoter, was successful in getting the Newcastle Cricket Grdmnd, which bad an excellent quarter track on' it, 'about -the' best we have seen int 'New .South Wales. The ShTie.ld was run abross the ground, the fencing round the-quaster track serving' to keep the people from edieroaching,land everybody had a good view. Messrs. Welsh (starter), Murto ugh and Wilkinson (judges), and Spofforth (master of the track), supervised the rcnning in the perfect manner that is customary for those gentlemen t...
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JnJAUAnt. 14 and16.-'Newcastle Sheffield Handicap. Haadi. caps, December 29. Acceptances, January 9. 15, 16. Hurlingham Handicap, Brighton Park, Msfelbourne. Entries, Saturday, 9th; handi. caps, 12th ; acceptances, 14th. 6, Wolunla Athletic Club Sports. Aceeptases, 23rd 26.o Bathurst Sheffield Handicap. fntries, Jan. Rary 9. 26 East eaitland Athletic Gathering. 26. Caledonian Sports Parkes 26. Blaney Sheffield Handicap (250) and Sports. - 3?udgee Sheffield Handicap (£100) 13 17 20. Sir Joseph Banek's ndicap. Eutrien close Feebruary 5. Handicapl, Fobeuary 15. Acceptances, March 6. APRIL. 24-26. Stawell (Vie.) Athletic Clnu (Easter Gift, - 0O(. Entries Maarch 5.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
COURSING. The New South Wales Coursing Club held the following meeo" gs dring the year c M ay 14 and 15, at Woodstoci-Derby, Oaks, Car. **rington Cap, &c. Juno 18 ad 1; t Woodstock-The. St. Leger, Waterloo Cup, and Waterloo Purse. August 6 and 7, at" Woodsioek-Sydney Cup, Purse, and Plato. . * -
NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. The drawing for second round took place last night at Newcastle in the hotel' of the promoter, Mr. W. Sidney. First Heat.-W. R. Solly, 7 yards; J. H. Davis, 11 yards. Second Heat.-Joe Brynes, 7 yards; P. Doyle, 10 yards. Third Heat.-J. A. Griftihs, 6½ yards; E. Hummerstone, 10 yards. Fourth Heat.-H. Campbell, 11 yards; P. Fleming, 13 yards. Fifth Heat.-W. Yates, 13 yards; E. Fenwick, 13 yards . Sixth Heat.-S. J. Ingram, 8 yarids; E.. Sutton, 4 yards. Seveith Heat.-T. H. Bishop; 13 yards; 1. Bailey, 7 yards. Bye.--J. H. Loveday, 11 yards.
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSARY 5ANDICAP. Speculation.hos not been brisk, and very few fresh horses have been inquired for. The following are the latest quota-. tions : Tempe, sBt. b ... ... 7o to1 Cerise snd Blue, Sot.... ... 11 tot Minerva, Sot. Sib. " ... ... 11 to 1 Jewel, 7st. 21b . . . II to I '- ' Soldier Boy, est. 2lb... ... 16 to ' Enilion. 6st. 121b . .. i... 16 to 1 Ben Bolt, 7ot. 121b.. ... 20 to 1, Beonie Boo,. St. 91b0. ... 20 to 1 . Tbalmmbau, 6st. 101b. , 20 to 1 Katleen,7st.61b S ....s. 20 too Lennox, 6st. 71b . ... 20 to 1 Hexoas, .ot. .. 20to 1 Bataloeos, Sot. 41b.'... ... 20 to 1 niler, st. 61b...... 20 to O r ?th~ers i-on I00 to 2 to 100 to 4.
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. The Newcastle Sheflield was a great success yesterday,andthe fifteenheats were got through in good order. The atten dance was good, and order all that could be desired. Afull account by our reporter will be found on the third page. J. Gibson, the American, has replied to Malone's challenge for £500, and will allowTom £100 expenses to America. Tom does not want to go to America, but wants someosie to comehere and try conclusions. Mr. E. P. Woolcott, the genial honorary secretary of the'Albert Cricket Club, being unable, through pressure of business, to retain the office, has resigned, and at a meeting of the club held on Wednesday last, Mr. 3. Shepherd was unanimously appointed to the office. It is now some time since we had a match Press v. Stage, or Parliament v. Press. Surely some lover of the game will move in the matter and arrange a couple of matches; they are always thoroughly enjoyed, and are most interesting. Up to the present all the botting for the Newcast...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
Narriage. FITZPATRICK-KELLY.-At St. Patrick's Church, Parramatta, on Monday, January 11, by the Ven. Archdeacon Regney, J. Charles Fitz patrick, eldest son of J. J. Fitzpatrick, Esq., of Windsor, to Agn-es Clare, eldest daughter of Patrick Kelly, Esq., of "Lynton," Church-street, Parra matta.
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 15, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. •January 15, 9 a.m. Stunar.-S.E., fine, thermometer 72 is shade, ALaou.-Calm, fine. BALLINA.-S.E., bar rough. IhwSA.jnEy.-CaU, flne Sea amooth. luenunST.-Cltm, flne. 3a"xANu's BAY.-Calm, fine, seasmooth. BnnLeaNuun HuDS.--S.. cloudy, sea medeato." Cumnaen HsaUn.-S.E., cloudy, sea moderate, CArn Hawan.-Calmh, doll, sea umootk. EEN.-N.E., fine, snea smooth. Gano IsnLau.-N.E., hazy, sea smooth. GnuAF'oN.-S.E., cloudy. Gfnee CAPE.-N.E., floe, sea moderate. Jenws BAy.-N.E., cloudy, sea moderate, KnAea.- N.W., fine, son smooth. MACLEAT HEADS.-S.E., flue, snu moderate. m uAITLAND.E., flue. "1Nusen Inmoan.--S., cloudy, sea moderate. "IooTA HEADS.--N.E., fine, sea smooth. NAonecCA Haneu.-Calm, cloudy, sea moderate. NnwCASTLee.-.E., flue, sea smoo~h. PoRs MuACqUARIn.-E.S.E., cloudysea smooth. on5T STEruaS.--N.E.. fine, Soasmoutk. SEAL Bousns.N., fine, sea smoot0h. SOUTh HEAnu-N.E., fine, sea smooth. TEu-oen.-E., fine, sea smooth. Twuoc HAns.--Lioo interrupted. DmLhADU...
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOIl THE UNITED KCINGDOMf. Overland to Melbmoe, and thence per Orient ComInny's steamer Orient, Thursday, January 21. Recistered letters, 4.30 p.m. ; ordinary. 6 p.m. ; fxd. the toz. Newspapers, 4.80p.m., ld. each. Lante iltter for the United Kingdom nly will be received up to 6.30 p.m.; extra feei Gd. " For rates to plenos other tihan the United Kingdom see "Poelad Guido.'
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. A third edition of the Globe will be pub lished shortly after four o'clock, containing the latest local news and telegrams from all parts of the world. The third edition matter will be placed on our eighth page. The following is the reply sent by Lord Carrington to the address presented to 'him yesterday by the Sydney Wharf Labourer's.Union, and read at the banquet last night:-" I beg to return you my most sincere thanks for your congratula tions and kind address of welcome to me in my position as her Majesty's representa tive. I beg also to thank you for the kind wishes expressed on behalf of Lady Carrington." The Briekinakers', Brickmakers" La bourers', and Pipemakers' Union,will hold their first picnic, at Clontarf, on Anniver sary Day (26th instant). There will be the usual programme of sports and pastimes, and as the occasion is a publo holiday there will probably be a very large attendance of the friends and supporters of this very deserving union. Our . Meni...