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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
INTERCIOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROm OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Turs DAY. Replying to a deputation, which waited upon the Minister of Education yesterday, asking that the fine of £100 imposed on J. A. Maeartney, 'M.P., Queensland, for alleged smuggling in the Northern Teorri tory, might be remitted. Mr. Coekburn promised that if it could be shown that there was no intention of defrauding the Customs, he would remit the fine. James Wilson, St. Albans, was rushed by a bull in one of his own paddocks and knocked down and severely shaken. No bones were broken.
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OVWN CORRESPONDENTS.) NEWCASTE, Tis DAY. Messrs. Fletcher and Lloyd, M's.L.A., have received letters from the Govern ment, informing them that a draft Bill is in preparation for doing away with the long endorsed abomination known as "the sand-drift nuisance," in Lake-road, which has obstructed traffic for years past. A mysterious affair took place on board the steamer Newcastle last night. A passenger from Sydney, named Frank Foster, was found dead in his berth. He was about forty-six years of age, and five feet six inches in height. Hewasbrought on board last night in apparently a dying state, supposed to be from consumption. An inquest is to be held. The man is said to have had friends in this city. . MOLONG, THIS DAY. On Wednesday, Mr. Fletcher, [member for Newcastle, accompanied by Messrs. Brown and J. E. Kelly, paid a visit to Molong with a view of making an inspec tion of the Silver Mines in the neighbour hood of Garra, fourteen miles from Molong. ...
THE DOMAIN REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE DOMAIN REGULATIONS. A deputation from the Democratic Alliance and other bodies waited upon Sir John Robertson this morning, to complain of the arbitrary character of the regula tions recently issued for the control of the Domain on Sundays. Pho deputationwas introduced, by Mr. Sydney Burdekin, M.L.A., and consisted of Messrs. Miller, Garton, Shinner, and Fair bairn. They complained that the regu lations referred to were unfair, as it left it to the discretion of Mr. Moore or any tther director of the park, to say whatwas inflammatory language or not. They con tended that this was a question which could best be settled in a court of justice, and if they rendered themselves amen able to the law, let them be prosecuted for the transgression. They also asked that the. clause which prohibited collections in the Domain on Sunday should be modified,.as very often collections were made there for charitable and other worthy objects. They were mostly working-men, and Sunday was the only t...
THE COALITION QUESTION IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE COALITION OU?8TION IN VICTORIA. (soRO ocE own COuaRESPO n?"T") 3ELBOITRNE, Tuies DA.Z* At the meeting of the Liberal caucu's yesterday, at which thirty were represented out of the original party strength of thirty-five, a resolution was passed, on the motion of Professor Pearson, seconded by Mr. Richardson, that this meeting congratulate Mr. Benyon on his acceptance of a public honour as a reward for his distinguished seer. vices to the community, and wishes' him long life and success in his new work. Mr. Berry expressed himself strongly in favour of continuingoalition, but left the decision to the party by which Messrs. Deakin, Langridge, and Tucker, under took to abide. Considerable discussion took place as to whether the leader should be appointed before next Parlia ment, or the control of the party organisa tion vested in a committee. Finally Mr. Deakin was requested to submit t'he terms upon what it is proposed that coalition should be continued, to the meeting on Tuesday n...
SECULAR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
SECULAR ASSOCIATION. The quarterly meeting of the members of the;Secular Association was held at the rooms, corner of Pitt andPark streets, yes terday evening, Mr. T. Rose in the chair. The business of the meeting was the election of a president in the room of Mr. Thomas Walker, resigned. The following gentlemen were proposed for the honour : -Messrs. W. Willis and G. Douglas. The voting resulted as follows : - Mr. W. Willis 72, Mr. G. Douglas 39. Mr. W. Willis was declared elected. Mr. G. Douglas and Mr. W. Webster and two members of committee tendered their resignation as vice-presidents, whieh was accepted. The following gentle men were elected as vice-presidents of the association: - Messrs. James Finchy, T. Rose, and Skinner. The appeals of Messrs. W. Keep and Thomas Walker were the net business, but as Mr Walker had not pub in an appearance, Mr. W. Keep's appeal se ex pulsion from association was heard, and a vote of confidence in the action of the com mittee was endorsed by a...
THE NORTHERN COAL MINES. ALLEGED BAD VENTILATION. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE NORTHERN COAL MINES. ALLEGED DAD VENTILATION. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. For some considerable time past there have been great coinplaints among the miners of the northern distriots with re gard to theo.bad ventilation of some of the gmines, andit is only recently that a strike Wok place in one of the collieries in ques tio n. This morning a deputation consist ing of the executive committee of the Stefor RiverMiners' Association waited on the. ittinister of Mines re the subject. The dephs?tion included Mr. Reoco (thei chair man), Mr. 3. COrley (secretary), J. Somern, W. Davis, R. Goundry, and Turton. The deputation was introduced by Mr. Joseph Creer, one of the members for the county of Northumberland, and a few minutes latoir his colleague, Mr. N. Melville also put in an appearance. Mr. Creesr said he would leave the depu tation to speak for themselves, as he was not a p.astieal miner, but he might say that the matters to be brought before the Miniister would be the questions ...
TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
TRi tD-S AND LABOUR COUNOIL. The useal fortnightly meeting of the Trades and Labour Council was held last evening at the Swan-with-Two-Nec.:ks Hotel; George-street. There was a large attendance of delegates from the variomu trade societies. Mr. Thos. Caddy (presi dent) occupied the chair. The following trades were represented at the meeting: - Sydney United Labourers, Ironmoulderse. Stewards' and Cooks' Union, Typographidea Association, Saddle, Collar, and arness-makersa, Coopers, Coachmakers, Unfted Painters, Journeymen Farriers, Amalgamated Tin smiths, Upholsterers, Amalgamated Journeymen Tailors, Gas Stokers,. Brick makers' Union, Hunter River Miners, and Cooks, Pastry-cooks, and Confectioners. A letter was read from the Newcastle CoalTrimnmers' Union,intimatingthatthey had sent £30 and £17 14s. 6d. to the Lamb ton miners, and had voted another £17 14s. for the same purpose at the last general meetine, held on January 4, but owing t: a little misenderstanding with one of the trus...
THE WHARF LABOURERS' BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE WHARF LABOURERS' BANQUET. After the picnic yesterday, the officers and committee of the Wharf Labourers' Union and their guests met at the New Masonic Hall, Casetlereagh-street, to wind up the festivities of the day with the usual banquet. There were about one hundred gentlemen present. On the right of the chairman were the Premier (Sir John Robertson, K.C.M.G.), Mr. O'Sullivan, M.L.A.,, and IKr. Hyam, M.L.A.; on the left hand were the Hen. D. O'Connor (Postmaster-General), Mr. Abigail, M.L.A., and Mr. Edward Ellis (Editor of the Globe). Among the guests were Captain Young (of the Gretna). Captain Crombie (of the Port Jackson), the catain of the Abergeldie, Mr. M'Mahon, Messrs. P. and J. Keane, and a number of other gentlemen connected with shipping firms. The banquet was held in the room upstairs, and was provided by. M?. W. SharmSan, who carried out the task in a very effective manner. The edibles having been disposed of, the chairman I(Mr . Elliott) proposed the ansal loyal t...
LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
LAST MOMENT. Mr. R. R. Morisseet took his seat on the Bench at the Central Police Court this morning for the first time. Mr. Morisset was appointed a police-magistrate in Feb ruary, 1875. ie has been acting in that capacity at Deniliquin since 1882, and has .been appointed D.S.?. during the absence of Mr. J. O'Malley Clarke, S.M., on leave. Wodycar's circus was largely attended last nighit, when Lord and Lady Carring ton andsultewore present. A special dins was provided for the vice-regal party, who remained throughout the performance. Before leaving His Excellency went through the stables and examined the horses, and expressod to Mr. Woodyear the great pleasure hlie had derived from being present at the performance. An inquest was held this morning, at the South Sydney blorgsie, before the City Coroner, Mr. H. Shiele, J.P., on the body of a man named Edward Cooksotn. aged about 50 years, who died somewhat sud denly, at his residence, 32, Marian-street, Redfern, on Wednesday evening...
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFnesrc, 1 p.m. Sales reported on 'Change this day: Australian Mutual Fire Insurance, 11s. Nevada's silver,, is. Sunny Corner's silver, 40s. Silver King closed on 'Change with buyers 14s., sellers at 14s. 9d. , Band and Albion Consols: Buyers, 56s., sellers, 50s.
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
NEW INSOLVENTS. John Ritchie, of, Moss Vale, labourer. Liabilities, £504 18s. ad.; assets, £10; deo ficiency, £44 18s. 6d. Causes of insol vency : Sickness in family and pressure of creditors. E. 1M. Stephen, official assignee. Edward Burke, of Green Hills, near Cooma. Liabilities, £41 10s. 9d; assets, ?40; deficiency, £35. 103. Od. Canoes of insolvency : Want of employment, sick ness in family, and pressure of creditors. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. John William M'Laughlan, of Bourke, tailor. Liabilities, £399 ; assets, £1403 deficiency, £259. Causes. of insolvency Ill-health, loss of trade, and pressureof creditors. F. Macuab, official assignee. Benjamin Harris, late of Bundanoon, now of Moss Vale. Liabilities, £119 13s. Gd.; assets, £11; deficiency, £108 13s. Gd. Causes of insolvency: Sickness and pres sure of creditors. L. T. Lloyd, oficial assignee.
WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
WHARF LABOURERS'. STRIKE. The Federated Seamens' Union has given Messrs. W. Howard, Smith, and' Sons (Limited) the required twenty-four hours' notice of the withdrawal of the crew from the Rodondo, and the cooks and stewards, who are acting in concert, have signified their intention of leaving at the same time. The Cheviob was to have sailed to-day, but the crew, to the number of 19, have gone out, so the owners have postponed her departure until to-day, in the hope of being able to raise a scratch crew. The Gambler, another of the line, is expeeted to arrive to-day, and a, the crew is a Sydney one it will also be called out here. The seamen themselves are entering into the strike with great spiritand are at present full of firm resolutions to support to the end the wharf labourers of Melbourne in their struggle. This step, which was unfor seen by the owners, has placed them at a considerable disadvantage, as they never anticipated farther difficulties than the want of men to discha...
MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. 1500 MEN OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. 1500 SIEN OUT. There are now about 1500 men out on strike. The seamen have submitted themselves to the Trades Council. ARBITREATION PROBABLE. The employees have appointed a com mittee, consisting of J. Mair, h. Lyell, H., Patten, D. White, and 3. Ferguson. to con for with the Trades' Council with a view to arrange for arbitration. THE COOKS AND STEWARDS. The cooks and stewards go out on strike to-day. THE SINEWS OF WAR. The numerous trades last night voted contributions to the strike fund. NORE STRIEES THREATENED. The gas stokers evince an uneasy feel. ing. A strike of the employees of Pickle's railway carriage works, Sandhursmt, is threatened.
THE LAMBTON MINERS' STRIKE. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
THE LAMBTON MINERS' STRIKE. (PhOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). NEWCASTLE, Thas DAY. During the week the following sums have been received in aid of the Lambton Strike Fund:-Illawarra Miners' Asso ciation, £61; Tades and Labour Council, Sydney, £50 12s. 'Seamen's Union, Sydney, £50; Stewards' and Cooks' Union, Sydney, £20; Coal Trimmers' Society, Newcastle, £1714s. Up to date the total moneys given to this cause amounts to something over £4,000. -
WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. The following are the results of the racing at .the Wbarof Labourers' Picnic, whlich took placo after The Globe went to press yesterday: -ATHLETIC SPORTS. S. El coND RACE, 150 yards; flat. RI. Elliott .. .... .. ,,I T.King... .. . .. ... .. . TUo OF WAn, 12 aside. Clark's team ... ... I... ... 1 FLAT RACE, open to all, 150 yards. King . ~.. .. ..*I Malcdonald .. . . . 5 A protest was oentercd against Macdonald bh lBushel, who ran third. FA.T RACE, for members' wives. S rs. Cummins ..., ... .. .. 1 Srs. Potter , ... ... " 2 SIrs. tilllgan .., ?LAT RACE, for nlelr'ros'. sons. . I?. Auustsat Finna . .3 FINAL HEAT, for members, 150. yards flat. Wells ... ... .. .. Calbach.. .. CAnTEnS' RACES, 150 yard flat. 1R. Christie ... ... ... S. Christie . Protest entercd on the ground that the winuorn are not carters. TimEE LEcED RACslf, Watts and Murray ... ... .. , 1 0oyd and Calback .. ... ... .. AquATIC SPORTS. SALL.UNIos RACE, in ship's gies frons Chowder to Vaucluso...
SHIPS' APPRENTICES, in gigs. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
sm,' 'ArrnPraeNTO, in gigo.-Fo this there wad. only ono entry, that of the G?etnoa'sboys, who rowed over the course alone and ronelved the prize. ScULLNo RACer, for members of the union, in okiffs-Chowder to Vaucluso and back W. Love ... .. .. . I ScULnEo'S RACE, open to tnIl, 'In light skiffo, Chowder to Vauoluss and back. Handtaop. C. easeuO o ... ... .. .. .I 1 iM. Mossenger .. .. .. 2. Ireland ......... ... . .. NI'Clerlhn . ... ..... swanied ''his was a very fair race for a con siderable portion of the co.urse,: but just' when M'Clerkin was getting dangerous, his boat swamped, and C. Messenger got a lead, which he maintained to the finish. In addition to the above, there were many other raees for children on shore. There were also contests for jig and Highliland dancing, and pastimes of all kinds, while the immense Port Jackson pavilion was filled all day by votaries of Terpsichore. The judge of the aquatic sports was Mr. 3. D. Young, M.P., and the umpire for the athletic was M...
MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
MINING TOPICS. The Silver King Mining Company, Limited, Sunny Corner, January 14.-The manager reports having extended the east crosscut a further distance of 13ft.; total distance, G8ft. Also that he has been raising some good ore from the back of the, south drive above the east crosscut, and that he has six men at work raising good ore from the open cut at the south end of thle furnaces, and is about starting four men to break ore feom No. 9. 10, and 11 pegs, which he regards as firsct-class ore. Hie also reports that he is taking out four trucks of ore from different parts of the mine, expressly to got a fair sample from the same, as he is determined to have good ore if it is in the mine, and he feels confident that there is. Both furnaces are at work. The Great Western Silver-mining Com pany, Limited, Sunny Corner, Mitchell, January 9.-Main tunnel having been extended 4ft.; total distance driven south from the main tunnel, 95ft. The rock passed through this week is slate and flin...
A GENUINE SPORTSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
A GENUINE SPORTSMAN. Last night in Newcastle, in the long room of Mr. W. Sidney's hotel, Mr. C. H. Hannell was presented with a handsome and valuable dinner service of ten pieces. The whole set cost .4125 in Sheffield, and is a masterpiece of workmanship. On the salver is the following inscription:--" Pre sented to C. H. Hannell, Esq., J.P., by the lovers of all manly sports, for the great interest, assistance, and encouragement which at all times was manifested by that gentleman in the furtherance of the same. Presented, on behalf of the subscribers, by Dr. Morgan, Mayor, January 14, 1886." The room was full, and a very nice - champagne supper was laid. The Mave? o (Dr. Morgan) said he did not know a request he would more happily fulfil than the duty he had to perform that night. He had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Hannell for 26 years, during which, time he always found him an estimable man and an excellent citizen, as well as a worthy Government officer. Mr. Hannell had occupied t...
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 15 January 1886
SOCIAL, St. Patrick's Church, Parramatta, on Monday morning last, was the scene of a pretty little wedding, the bride being the eldest daughter of Mr. P. - Kelly, of "Lynton," Parramatta North,. and the bridegroom, Mr. J. Chas. Fitzpatrick, of Gordburn. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Archdeacon Regney, and a large number of spectators were presout. The bride was attired in a very pretty costume of cream brochd, trimmed with lace and orange blossoms, with wreath and veil. The bridesmaids,, Miss Gerty Fitz patrick and Miss Annie Kelly wore fawn cashmeres, trimmed with lace of the same shade, and head-dresses of white tulle, elieved by pale blue. After the ceremony rhe happy pair left for Moss Vale, to pass the honeymoon.