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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. rFnOM OUr OWN CORsIESPONDENT.] ADELAIDE, Tmis DaY. To-day a deputation waited on the Minister for Education said asked that the steam mail service might be continued from King's Sound. Kimberlef district, Wesot Australia, to Port Darwin, so as to give a direct service to the Northern territory via West Australia. The Minister promised to consider the matterfavourably. A proposal is under consideration at Meount Gambier for erecting a memento to the memory of the inate Adam Lindsay Gordon. It was whilst residing there that he made his mark as a poet. MELBOURNE, 3 P.r. Affairs in Melbourne are quiet. Tho masons disput ? has been 'satisfac torily sottled. Eighteen employers have conceded the demand of the men for the increase of wages from ls. 3d. to ll:44d per hour.
HOMEBUSH SALES. HOMEBUSH, 3 P.M. THE SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
HOMEBUSH SALES, HOMEBUSH, 3 P.x. THE SHEEP S&LES. The sheep sales continued without any eonsiderable alteration of figures, the dull state of the market, whichl prevailed in spite of the small number forward was due in a greatmeasure to the absence of two or three usually large buyers. One .extra prime lot of crossbred wethers realistd 7a., bait the qualityof course was exceptional. The final quotations are as follows: Merino wethers ,j Os. to Os. 8d. Medium, as. to 8s.; others 5s. to 6s. Gd. Lambs: Prime, Os 4e; good to prime, s 6d to 8s. Others 4s 9dto Gas. One lot of merino owes were bought at fs to 5s 10d. CABLE SAtS. The cattle sales opened at about the rates which ruled last dayof sale-if any, thing rather brighter. Two extra~Lprime bullocks outside real ised£15 Ta. iGd, each, but the averagewas .£1:'ls,?Gd. per 1001b. for prime, and 20g. Gd. per 1001b6. for inferior. " The genesral quality of the beasts was rather good. A large proportion of those offered came from Li...
SUPPOSED FATAL ACCIDENT. GRAFTON, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
SUPPOSED FATAL ACCIDENT. ---c----,--- (FROM OUE OWN CORnESPONDENT.) GRAFTON, 2 r.M. Whnt is feared to be a fatal accident has occurred. here. A young man named Buchanan left Grafton on Friday intend ing to proceed to Casino. On Saturday morning his horse was found near town riderless, with the stirrup-leather broken. Mrs. Buchanan immediately procured a horse and went in search of her son, lone hlanded,and on information being brought to town of her non-success, a party num bering upwards of 100 were out on Sunday scouring the bush in all directions unsucceesfully. Large numbers again went out this morning, some of whom will drag the waterholes and creeks cn outec. Buchanan had .£150 in his possession when he left town, but no foul play is suspected. He was much respected. by all classes. He is aged 22 years, and one of thebest horsemen in the district. Information just received states that the missing stirrup-iron has been found near the roadside.
THE BRAIDWOOD RAILWAY. LARGELY ATTENDED PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE BRAIDWOOD RAILWAY.: L?ARGELY ATTENDED PUBLIC MEETING. In response to an advertisement which appeared in 'the local papers on Saturday last, a large number of persons attended the Court-houso this afternoon, to con sider the question of railway ex tension, and without doubt the, die trict of Braidwood is one of the worst treated Idistricta ";in the colony in regard to railway extension, as a light 'and cheap line is only required, and on no less than two previous occasions has it been promised. The meeting held yester day arosp on account of a survey (uhder surveyor Hotson) having just been* completed, and it was thought advisable to once more 'bring :this , importanit matter before "the powers that be.'. Mr. 'Robert Maddrell, J.P. (of Bedevale) was voted to the chair, there being present a itruly representative .gathe?ng of ald clases of the residents.. Aftei rndingthe advertisement calling the. meeting, Mr. Maddrell said that as everyhedy'knew the warm interest he took, and had...
JUNEE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
JUNEE BACINGr CLUB; The following are the accoptances:- JUNEB o0? ' Wbero'stoCat .8 O ]eoswing.... .. 7 Olonu .... ... 7 0 litoriota .,. 7 0 Toryboy. ... . 7 0 IVermont .. 7 .)rsnm .. 7 7 Abuse . ';., 6 7, ' AISEVBESABTY H&INDIOAP. 'W ro's-the-Cat 810 Varmont '...7 5 Verdi ,... 7.. 13 Eldridgo (lato Gluus ... 713 Fiur ...libuster ; Revengo ... 7 10 Tlie Fronoihm ...: 0 vorksemnm ... 710 W'hipr :... .', 613 Nightlight ... 7 9 londn ... ... 610 Beeswlig ... .. 7 0 Abuse ..... 610 Miosquito ... .. 7 8 Devotion ... ... . Blhoeorlelan 7.. 7
TEMORA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
TEMOR&0ACRAIS. . The following :acopitaaneos have been de olared : TowN 1LATE MNDIOC?IP. . One ile banid ad.balf. Mr. Compbell's g n Jo.ephino, ood, Ot. 10Tbh Mr. '?1auohllas ob g where'o the Cat, nagd, Oot. Mr. l~bDonald's b g Omadhaun; Sa, a88t b. Mr. Rirk's b g oRevengo, ager, 8e. 2b. Mr. Iptotr' hr mn eoswlng, eoars. 7ot. 6 b. Mr. Coa's bh 0Vermont, yearn, 7 otb. . Mrc Parer's Ib h Toward, 31years ?. etb. 4h. Mr. Beet's b g Frenchman, . gears; ast. 11lb. M?r. Hefferaaab h Clear.hils, t years, Oat. lib. MIr. Parker's bh Gold Digger, aged, 6st. ?T~EOIlA JOCKEY OLUB HIANDICAP. Two milea. Ml'r. Campbell's gnm Josephine a?od, 8Ot. 7b. M3?r. MI'Lauoglln's b g Where's too CJat, aged, Ost.7b. h .Mr. M'Donald'o b g Omadlaun, agedl, 8st. IIr. Itirk'o I g Ieveango, nged, 7st. 131h. Mr. Peter's br no Beeswing, 0 years, 7st. 81b. :Ir. Coas g c " erneont, 3 yearn, 7st. lit. Mo. P'rhcr'o b t Toward, ynor, 7st. lhb. Ir. 'tkehr' ohbg GalD Digger. agLod, tot. P Tho gates and. booths for t...
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
AUSThALIAX JOCKEY CLUB. Theannualmeeting of the above club tooak place yesterdayaftoernoon. The Hon. James White occupied,the chair. The committee's report for the year ending December 31 indicates a marked advance .ment in the success which has attended their efforts for the developmenet of the national sport. The debenture debt of the club has been reduced to 411913 9s. 11d., and the committee have increased the amount of prize money, .which now stands at £.11,250 for the ensuing year. The oftcial stand. will, when completed, contain aceom modation for 450 persons, and will bh found a profitable and'attractive improve ment. A tender has beenaccepted for the erection of a new Sti Lager stand, to sea' 41000, to be finished before-the coming autiumn meeting, by which time a sema phore and scratching-board on an improved plan will also be provided for the use of .those frequenting that reserve. In con sequence of the great increase in the num ber of horses in training,!it has been fou...
HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
iREDLE ,LACE. .est .ost ... 12 0 O aamrt'., ,..' 9 . GoncrMlJckson...ll o 12sthro:k... .. 9 08 Townloy .... 1010 Squiro . 0 8 loe so .., 10 7 Topic " .. 0.. 0 9 OcUliut r·10 7 OnFaIx.. .·..0 5 Wild Wao . 10. lt nhmaq . . Onyx . . .0 -2 DuLchbmun.. "9 -0. "ir John Iooro... O 8'0 10 hnrock ... .,. 0 0
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
' TASMAN IAN ,AlCING CLUB. The following are the weights: HOBArT O3P. Ope mile and a hais. s. lb. at. lb. bration... . 10 8 Pyreers . *. 6 5 VelociIdo 5 7[Claredon. ...6?8: Enoas 713 Pocahontas , .8 On?mnvlo... 712 II Astionomer ...' 6:7 Mo[teorl. =. 7 IIHawthora ..,, ",,." TheKnavo 710[Westeria .." ..'6 S nllarnat... 7. 4 Borealis . 5 . 4 Vision ... ... 1 6 Tidal Wavo ... 0 lVestorn... ... 11 Iaorl Chief "...' 0 WVild Wavo ... 610 Ouysox ... ?':'. ' 0 T.leibor.o ... 0,10
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
S.: AQUATICS. JANUARY. "2. National Begattu.' Entries close Janaary 20. W. Smith's Handicap Trophy Race. Woolloomooloo Bay ecgotta - ' B. 'asrAr. 6. Lght Skiff B?ce for Youths, Woolleemen ay 1 0-guinue trophy) 3s. yrmont Begatta. 20 Balmm Annual Regatta. , nOYAL SYDNEr .ACIT B*UADRON. Becond-class race, prize £25 January 23 First-clnas race, prize 35, January SCommodoro's prize, f50M,?eblruay 6. SYDNEY AIATEaB BA1irae 010B. The following is the p erogrm o of the races to de sailed during season 1885-:-- SJanuary 2S.-Open boats, 22 feet; open boata, 20 feet. February 6.-Half-deool6d boats over 25 feet'; nalf-.docked oats, 22 feet. SFebrury 20.-Hurry.skurry race for open boato d? do., for hnlf-deckhe boat. . Bnarcl' .-Half-deecked boats, over 22S feet; and sot exceeding 3 f25ot; half-decked boats,'20 feet -dii under. - larch 20?.-Ope boatas 20 felet open boats, 13 fet. I . t April I0.-HaIf-.deoed boats; 20 feet ana under; Open boats, 22 foo t. , Aril 2.-Open boats, 2 feet; edingye, 1i...
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
CRICKET.. lixuenOs 5o0 JmodN DIom So3nly v. Incognito, Assciation Groundt •25, 28, 27. Intcsolnblal' Match; Viotoria v. SNew South W oesn Association Groundl 23. Blvidoero v. Warwick (continued). Domain 2asr v.sy Orientl. Gorwood Ptrk 25. CardtbonaD v. oro (continued), ttricultural Ground . 2z2, Bsrry lnitod v. Neutewn (contion)ed Agrisuls turnl Garound 2I. Iydo v. Double Bay (continuead) Croydon 25, F-?stez?Snbari v. Coates (Cup) of. Carlingiord v. Stianmor, Stunmore 23., ?ly v; Inebgnito, ?lanly"' . 23. Our Bo~ys v. Berdsford; Our Boys' around . 8.. Dorwent . DsrrllongonFornst Lodge o e. St. Leoanard v. baudwilk, ?ean.wiak e c ion5y v. Cartheona, Mon ing -co .e" n0. St. Lrudac v. Stnmorotstnmaori 's 0. ManlSy v. Consorvativo, Manly . . .ngbyy) . Ruby.Darlio.to?Norwoodo Park o0. Balvidorev.iCalintrenod, Dosmain 0. Our Boys v.nWiyndr, Our Boye' Ground 20. lrcaford v. Warvorley, Wrverlyc 5. Derwent ve. N. S. Dehooro; St. Loonrdia l0. Oxlord v. Croydon (Cup), Agricultual rours 30. Cli...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 19, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHIER REPORT. e 2I-. Jseemry19.9 anm. " lrssis-l., loudy, thermometer7fl ioshade.. ALOUflY -E,·.nd, W armn. SBe?s~ose.--S.., mising, sea smooth. : eanuMsoas--,, line,sa semooeths l: lRaTva'n'B T?-.,, flnee seoa smooth. ;B BELlaoeoeFl? aaeal.--0, cloudy, se smooth. CLanenoE H s-s.--S., rining, sea smopth Cora'Hawe.--Calm, dull, sea smooth.' E EisD.--N.E., fns, sea smooth. (Asoo IsLsD.--N, flne, sea moderate. GneAseOn.--Clm, fle, hot. Geese CAs.--W., fino, sea smooth. SJanovss BiT.--S.W., fleo, sea smooeth. " • Ksax.--S.E., fleo,lea smooth. HieLeAT Hs[?BLD--.E. fleo,'soa smooth, SXAITLOL5.--.E., like ?ale. SNazano HEiDs.-N., eloudy, sea mod8erte. MIonea Huee,--N., flue, sea smooth. JeUaneccna Hsaee.--Calm, showery, seemooth, JewceaSTe.--S., cloudy sea smooth. TOET NsCcUAs.---S.. showeryo sea.smootih EenT STEPnwsS.--S.E.., showery, s modorats, SEAL ocks.--Calm. cloudy, sea smooth. love Ba.--S., noudy, sea smooth. - • Tswn5~ Ae s.--E. , sea sea smooth. • Ue.ADuOLL,.-N.E., fl...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE MAliS. Maflo wUll bo made up at tho Gehoml Post Ofico for the undormentionedl placos n? follows: Tars DAT MBLn0EuaDoe, O er E N 4O.. 4nnd7 p.m. ADeLDE., oc?lnad, via Molbourn ...3.30 pEm. •eocnT AdD LdaUNOEce.' overand to Iroelbourne, nd thono per steamer 7p.m. nis?oRn AND E.N??oT an Poaru, per Eurimble ... zp.m. BRlIsanAe AnD NORnTHERnc PO~RTs, por . 1. vobool ; . v .. ... 3p.m. So0nrene POnTs OF eN w ZehacAno AOD WErLYra cnaOr -- Oveland to Meol. boune, and thenco p r Waoior ... 3.80 p.m; CLrb--ncs IlvEvn, per Ulty of Grafton ... 8 p.m. WEDOEORDAY. Ilzrnacn llvaec. per Tomki Tm . 8p.m. BanncSD ANaDS Ile?Onann PenTS per Cintre .............. IIn.m. nnra?Imla ADD EDENnac pror nacrua... I1 n.m. lnrsabnean Ad Nneavorace Pence, peTHrSDT. areoom ... ...... IO n.m. 'ancEoesoN ADD Hm0anT, vi Eden, Ebk It a;m. AUrcaacesD nd all NEw ZEALanD porte. per Wairacapa ... .. a.m. NenOsEn AnD PiJn. per Gepa . 4p.m. UInaTED EIsODno AnnD CoeTINrMT ncOr Eunone--Overhd toaIolbournoennd* 'thcnmpor O...
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
WOOLLOOMOOLO0 FISK MARKET. Thoe suppltos of fish at the sboes morkot were this morotag mors than good, but, notwithstarod inc thlbv, competition was keen and prices main. lalned their position. Theor was a good supplyof whiting, but gsa ash, as well as groper amd taller, were conspicuous by their absence; a few lobsters •?ere also forward. Folloinsg oro the ruing roteo:--Prawns, 01 10i to dl its per basket; brenm, 01 per basket; whiting, 41 ti to £1 10 s pr bsoct; lobsters, £1 to EI Is per doues; ii.thead, 15s to 11 i0s per bhskhet; backflsh, Os to i0s pe blsoket ; seiverlollies, ls' to li per basket;gesl, lte to .s per dpzon.. ?Iersr. larrteon, Jones, and Devliu reporet: At onr sale tonday we brought forward a cataloguo of 2451 bales, consisting for the most pert of oretay and washed wools, few of which were in iirst.clvss condition. Comnpetition was, on the whole, more spirited than at osr last sale, the resolt being a clearance of all the lines on whieh reserve: were not in exces...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
'E?EGB?G.,ffC IfirP.ING. iresinhonn.--Airiredc Jamuri" 18, Katoomlba, firom Sydney 10.30 lm.; ERaologh, from Sydney 8.,0 p.m.'· Dop'drres: January 18, Blrcoo, for Sydney 53 p.m. ; Corca, for Newe~stlo. Anlnazvn.--Arrircd: January 18, Oho Smtlh, bre., from Baltic. Departure: January 18, Ten. terdcn (s.), for Sydney. : )lneLoURNE.-ArrvaIs: January. 18( Sorronto (a.). from Sydney; Duueow, sbip, from Liveryoal; iirksgaie, from Sydney . S. 8 ornor, bre., from Gotheoburo-; Jenuory io. Grosniero, bqe., from * aipura., Dot?pturos January 18, lRed Gauntlet, bqe., for lanpoon; Glno3oll (a'.), for Sydney; January10. 0Fc'roolme, sbly, for Newenotlo; Birks. gate, for Adelaide. EDnn.-Dex*aaturn:Januuryl9, DSoa, for Sydney, 8a.m. CoAMEN HvENv.--Arrilals: January 10, Juliur Voegolend Liento Frost schro., from Sydney. JavIa l]lx.-PassOed: January 10. Nemesis. north, 4.40 a.m.; Challerton, north, 7 n.m. " Manihno RvuEn,-Arrired: JauuayZv. 10, strs. murray, loedole. 8.80 a.m. SoeTam Heon.-J?'nuury 10,...