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BRYANT AND DRAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

BRYANT AND DRAKE. Hitherto unpublished poems by each of these eminent.American poets are givenin a recent volume by General James Grant Wilson, That by Bryant, a youthfulpro duction, is entitled "The Farewell," and is as follows: O thou, whose cherished image seems A portion of my heart, Whoseeye eof light make glad mydreams, Farewell, for now we cart. The sail is swelling in tho bay That bears me on my distant way, For years to rove.the dreary eec For years-and think of only thee. Yet will that beateous image make The dreary seae es drear,, . k And thy remembered hmile will wake The hole that tramples fear, When I ekall face the tempcat'ewrath, " Or struggle through the dangerous path Where the blue icebergs, vast and steep, Drifting cnd dashing, crowd the deep. Thaa, too, when Heaven with cloads Is dauk, And wild winds macap the vale Wilt thou not think.oh him whose bark Strives with the polar gale P Wilt thou not think and softly pray For the secawandarer far away, ,That all hia ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT MINING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

GREAT MINING CASE. Mount Morgan, the mountain of gold, which has been valued by exports at over twelve millions of pounds sterling, is about to be the bone of contention in one of the biggest and most important mining cases Queensland hase over seen. The factso are these : Two brothers .named Morgan, who wore prospecting in the neighbourhood of Roe kamptn, were shoown by a man named Gordn what weas supposed to be a mountain of ironstone. Gordon had a selection at its foot of 640 acres. The Morgans found this hill to contain gold, purchased the selection for c£o40, and then tried to find out how they could secure the sole working of the de posit, which was on Crown lands, for them solvese Their discovery and proceedings were kept as secret as possible. They first tried to purchase the ground as a pastoral selection, buttheir application was refused. They then marked out areas (registered in May, 1883), tbok in some partners, and got the warden to proclaim it provisionallyas a goldfie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD AND BAD FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

GOOD AND DAD ORM. Ladies must not be only well brought up, and conduct themselves with tact and sagacity, but on all occasions of life ought. to retain that character by dressand con .duct. For, possessed of the most estiniable qualities, they may by their manner especiaUy if young, in dress and carriage, induce at first view, a very unfavourable opinion.' Speaking and laughing loud, eccentricity in any form to draw attention, if only for a moment, is incompatible with the well bred lady. The latter has only one aim to pals everywhere unperceived; and but one .pretention-to please those,; few though they may be, in unison, with her bysympathy and education. In the street, 'the true lady's dress and simple in form and.modest in colour. In winter black or dark shades will chahracterise the promo nade, shopping or visiting toilets. Her bonnet will have no tendency to. eccen tricity. In society, at a soiree or a ball, she will never be loud in voice or conspicuous in costume, but displa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARINE ENGINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE MARINE ENGINEERS. Mr. Mansfield yesterday received the appended note: Victorian District JInstitution of Australian] M arlne Engineers, Western Port Hotel, eol. o iurne, 11th January, 18st. The Secretary Seamen's Union of Victoeria Dear Sir,-I am instructeo by the above institu. tion to inform you that at a large meetng of me.ss. hers held the day to to ato oonsideratlon what action should obe taken in reference to the prsent dispte between the Shipowners aned the Wharf Laborers' Union the following resoelution was arrived at :- That no membersrn of this institutllioa proceed to seain any boat unless the fiodremen undo their charge are in poosessioa of discharges th said discharges to obe submitted to the ohico engineer for mlloction previous to signingarticles hia resolution to come into force in twoety.for hours after noe on nthe loth Jania-ry.-J. in?g?t'oc, Secretary .. A decision having been come to last night by the Trades Hall Council, through the mediation of Messrs. Lyel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Saturday's Age. A SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

Prom Saturday's Age. A SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. During the course of yesterday the con tinued influx of foreign labour, and the hostile feeling shown at the departure of the Barrabool., promised an intensified. antagonism between the labourers and the steamship owners, but as will be seen by reference to our report of the Trades Council meeting the difliculty seems now in a. fair way to be arranged. More foreign labourers arrived in considerable numbers yesterday, the Adelaide Steam Navigation Co.'s ship Franklyn having landed 100 men who had been en gaged by Messrs. Cave and Co., of Adelaide, for Messrs. W. Howard Smith and Co. There is plenty of work for them to do, but the immigrants, like others formerly imported, display' no anxiety to commence operations. Some few have agreed to accept employment, but very few ; others have promptly gone up country, and the majority have en deavoured to arrange with the Union for support, unsuccessfully. What will be home of these idle men, theref...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS. BRAIDWOOD, SATURDAY, [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

COUNTRY NEWS. (;osM o0R OWN CoiiisrPOwD5NTs.) S BRAIDWOOD, SATUnDAY, The following conditionalpurchases were applied for at the local land office on Thursday:-Patrick Kain, forty acres; Dennis M'Grath, forty acres; Patrick Quilly, eighty acres; Charles Roberts, forty acres; Thomas Taylor, forty acres. Mr. Rorie addressed the electors at Ara luen to-day. The Railway League hold a public meet ing on Monday next. The weather is dull, and threatens to be showery. GRAFTON, SATURDAY. The Agricultural Society holds its next show on May 4, 5, and 6. SThe permanent survey of the Grafton Tweed line of railway has been com menced. Endeavosrs are being [maade to form' a' Volunteer band in connection with the local reserve forces. I'A person, for whom a warrant was issued eighteen months since by. the, Grafton Bench, has been arrested at Bourke. COONAMBLE, SATURDAY. 1 A heavy thunderstorm broke over, Coonamble and the neighbourhood this evening. Sixty points of rain fell. There.: is every sign o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRADES' HALL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE TRADES' BALL COUNCIL. The Trades Hall Council held their weekly meeting yesterday evening; Mr. F'. H. B3romleoy presiding. CORRESl0'ODENCE. The following letter was read from Mr. Bruce Smitih, writing on behalf of the Shipowners' Association: I beg to sacknowled ge receipt of your letter of yesterday, which wse laid before tihe shotlwner this morni. Is am directed sto say that body noice wisth pleatsro yoai? eoneurreee with them in regretting the intrsion of the Searen'a Union, whsen a lscife Btytle. most appeared so near at band. Tie ship. owners,eowever, were somewhat surprised that, whlile entertainieg the eltacfe isltetlions you have expressed yon shohls s nt have t rken or at last ssggestedi some edes to remove that element, especially ns from yeor ,?avour of tlhe 18th nsibant it wse understood that the Trades' Htall Caouncil iad a seficionto jurisdiction over that, asmong other of ito constituent bodies for ths lerpose. iRegtrding yor observations in reference to havieg su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STEAMSHIP BULIMBA. COLOMBO, JAN. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE STEAMSHIP BULIMBA. IBEUTER'S TELEGEAM. c~ocxMBO, JaN. 15.. slThe British-India Company'B eteam shp Buimina,. from Brisb~a Decem lber 15, left to-day, home~war'ds.

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POLICY OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT. PARIS, JAN. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

POLICY OF' THE FRENCH GO VERNMENT. [EBUTEN'S TELBOUAO.J PARIS, JAN. 17. ' . de Freycinot, in a speech in the Chamber of Deputies, propounded the policy of the new Government. He hinted at the likelihood of the dises tablishment of the Romnian Catholic Church in France, and declared that rigorous economy would be enforced in the various departments, and that the Government would undertake no further colonising adventures.

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COMMERCIAL. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] LONDON, JAN. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

COMMERCIAL. LRsuvna's TELEGRAM) LONDON. JAN. 15.. *The quantity of 'wheat 'afloat for tio Uiited Kingdom is 1,610,000 4suarters. Chihian eopjier: £40. Tin: itnuits and Australian, £93. *Silver, 3s. 10#d. Consols, 100*. Market rate of discousnt, 2{ per cent. New Zealand mutton, 5ad: to-5id: Beef tallow, 26s.; mutton; dittd, 20s. Gd. . IFour per %ent. New ,South'Wales Inscribed Stock, £107.. *Sydney ciopra, £15 is.'

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THE MAILS. COLOMBO, JAN. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE MAILS. [tEUyBE's TELEGRAM.] COLOMBO, . 15J , Tho P. and O. Company's R.M;S. Coromandel, with the outward Brin disi mails of December 25, left yester day morning for Australian ports.

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THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. TERMINATION OF THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. (FROM OuR OWN CORRESPONDENTs.) *MELBOURNE, SATUanna?. TERMINATION OF T'IIE STRIKE. The wharf labourers' strike is practically over. - The employers heold a long conference to-day, at the close of which Mr. Blruce Smith stated that tihe draft basis of arbitration had been agreed to by the Trades' Hall Council, and also by the employers', with the exception of a Slight modification, which had been ap proved by Lthe Wharf Labourers' Union. This was expected to be ratified by the Trades Council at th4 meeting to-night. It is anticipated that both seamen and labourers' will resume work on Monday. STHE VESSOLS LAID UP. The vessels laid np to-day were the Dawn, Nelson, Easby, Burrnumbeet, Coran gamite, (l Gabo, Buninyong, Wendouree, the Pateena, Flinders, Barrabool, Casino, Southern Cross, and Nemesis. They have scratch crews, and several of these have been discharging and loading. The scratch men for the Flinders will have to be taken back to Launceston, and d...

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THE MONGOLIANS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE MONGOLIANS IN AMERICA. Washington Territory has risen up against the little brown man, and he has been expelled from several of their towns, peaceablyin some instances, but with vio lence in others. In Seattle a vigilance committee was formed to compel their de parture, but the President, at the request of the Chinese Ambassador, issued a pro clamation against the committee, and sent troops to the scene, thus preventing a repetition of the Rock Spring outrages. The labourers upon the Canadian-Paci fic, 7000 of whom are Chinese, were dis charged upon the completion of the road, and the Celestials have been flocking across the border into American territory. The rapid swelling of the ranks of the army of Celestial fortune-seekers on this coast will, give groat trouble, as the ex ample set in our northern territory is being emulated all along the coast among the smaller towns,. and the. larger ones may get the infection.-Correspondence of Otago Witness. The Council of the Institute...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMUSEMENTS. THE THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

AMUSEMENTS. THE THEATRE ROYAL. Lord and Lady Carrington and suite wore present at the performance at the Theatre Royal, on Saturday'evening. In the dress circle only standing room was obtainable after the doors opened, and all other parts of the houseo were well filled. NEWl OPERA HOUSE. The first performance of "Queen's Evidence," which has replaced "Across the Continent" at the New Opera House, was witnessed by a good audience. The drama, though by no means now to Sydney audiences, is one calculated to secure a good run. Sensationalism is the predomi nating feature of the piece, though this is relieved by the drolleries of Isaac, the Jew, capitally rendered by Mr J. L. Hall. There is no reason why "Queen's Evidence" should not on joy a fairly good run at the Opera House; asthe company is a gooed one, and one and all worked with a will to make the piece a OLYPICsuccess. or,ynlris. By an error appearing in an advertise ment the date of the production of "The Bohemian Girl" at the Ol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATER SUPPLY. HUDSON BROTHERS' SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

WATER SUPPLY. UUDBON BROTHfERZ' SCEME?E The city engineer, Mr. Jones, has this morning sentto the Government analyst, Mr Watts, several samples of the water which had been allowed to enter the Botany Dams on Friday and Satnurday. Mr. Jones states that he has no reason to believe that there is anything seriously deleterious in the quality of the water, and, beyond the taste of tar, he is of opinion, that there is very little else the matter with it. Nevertheless, he con sidereda careful analysis necessary before admitting the water to the dams in any considerable volume,.

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SYDNEY EXCHANGE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

SYDNEY EXCHANGE COMPANY. The sixty-ninth half-yearly meeting of the Sydney Exchange Company was held at the Exchange at noon to-day. The chair ,was occupied by the Hon. Gee. Lloyd, 3.L.A. The directors' report for the six monthlly period ended December 81 last showed that the balance at the credit of the profit and loss account of the company amounted to £2352 19s. 9d., from which a dividend of 8s. per share is declared, £40) being carried t> reserve, and'the balance, £899 15s 9d., forward to the next half-year. The reserve account now amounts to £6000. Referring to the proposed addi tions to the buildings, ilans of which were approved by the shareholders, and tenders invited for the work, the directors state that after further consideration, they have deemed it advisable not to pro ceed with the additions at present. The necessary alterations in the large room on the first floor have been their considera tion, and it is the intention of the board to proceed with this work and th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSPECTOR'S STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

INSPECTOR'S STOCK REPORT. NAiANDERA.-Warm and dry, a change is threatening. Pasture dry and getting scarce-roads poor-green grass on some runs where rain lately fell. Water sup ply getting low, but will meet present stock requirements. The Government tanks on the road from Whillon to Lake Cudgellico will soon be all ready. Palles top Creek tank has now 8ft. of water in it. 800 fat wethers Lake Midgeon to Home bush ; 290 Yalgogum to Condobolin 13,950 sheep passed. ConsA.-Very hot, slight winds from north and east. Pasture improving rapidly. Water supply abundant: 2000 fat wethers Spinglield to Sydney. GnAFrON AND CAS?No.-fine showers have fallen throughout the district--51 points at Grafton. Pasture improving rapidly. Water supply upon upper part of district ample, but much needed on lower part. Gour.nunu.-Weather has been change able, and a few showers have fallen. The growth of the grass basheenrapid. Water supply plentiful. A few lots of stock have been forwarded to Homebush. Coox...

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE AT NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

ATTEMPTED SUICiDE AT NEW CASTLE. (anon OUR, OWN OORRESPONDET".) NEWCASTLE, Tors DAY. On Saturday night, or early yesterday morning, a man named Andrew Lindholme, thirty years of ago, a native of Sweden, was found near Breakwater bleeding from a wound in his throat and in a very oex hausted state. The information was given to polico constablo Casoy, who, with the assistance of twq of the permanent force, conveyed him to the hospital on a stretcher. Drs. Ashe and Ecoston woere quickly is attendance, and stitched the wound. It ap pears that the jugular vein was out, and that hewassufferingfromgreatloss ofblood. The man is'not in an actually dangerous state. lHe had been living at the Sailors' Home, and had atttacted attention lately by his melancholy and sullen behaviour. He was under the impression that some body was trying to stab him. He had been drinking heavily of late, and on Thursday was locked up for being drunk, and when discharged was in a miserable state of health. A pocket ...

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THE STRIKE. PARTIALITY SHOWN BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

THE STRIKE. PATIALITY SHOWN BY GOVRNMENT OFFICIALS. (To the Editor of the Globe.) Sir,-Now that the lamentable strike has been practically settled by the accep tance of a board of arbitration, I desire to coall the attention of the public to a cir cumstance that proved in an unmistakable manner, that decided partiality to the shicowners' interest was shown by the officials of the shipping office in handing permits indiscriminately to men who were unqualified for the duties of seamen, re "gardless of the inereased' danger to the pas engers andto publie property. Dead-beats !from the Domain were thereby onabled to s-hip as seamen on board intercolonial passenger steamships -to work them along our coasts; and if perchance a gale, such as overtook the Dandeneng, or a Cahor's disaster, should overtake them, what assistance could the Domain campers render to passengers, who naturally thought that although the vessels were manned by blacklegs, still nevertheless they were competent seamen....

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BRICKMAKERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 18 January 1886

BRIOKMAKERS' UNION. A committee meeting was held at the Botany View Hotel, Newtown, on Friday last; Mr. A. Booet in the chai. A large number of delegates were present. A letter was read from Mr. Robert Fowler, expressing his thanks for the kind feeling of the members of the union towards him, and regretting his inability, owing to a prior engagement, to be present at the pienic. The secretarythen read the follow ing list of donations from various trades people towards the sports, viz.:-Thomas O'Brien, £1; Mr. C. Boots, 10s.; Davis Bros., 10s.; T. D. Fitzgerald, £1 ls.; Mr. Tabrett, £1 is.; . Mr. Serbet. is.; Mr. Buck, 2s. Gd.; Mr. Eggleton, Cs. Mr. Hooke, 5s. ; Mr. Morris, £1 ; Mr. Brian, 3s.; a Friend, £1 is.; Mr. Abel, £1; Mr. Rogers, 2s. 6d.; Mr. A. Miller, 10s.; Mr. T. Donohue, £2 2s.; Gee. Smith, 10s. Gd.; Mr. Martin, 10s.; Cox Bros., £1i; Brown and Co., £1; Mr. Jas..Smith, £2 2s.; Mr. Ireland, 10s.; Mrs. Meek, Cs.; Mr. J. M. O'Connel, trophy, value £13 3s.; Mr. Jas. Brown, tro...

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