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HH WOULD NOT LOSE THE CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
'IHT WOULnDo 2 rLost THE CHANCE. There is a lady in Miittoon, Ill;' who had a narrow escape of not-being married at the time appointed, owing to the facti that theintending bridegroonimissed the! last train. The groom seemed to realise: that unless he wris at: Iattoon the pro 'ljosed wedding wouldbe a failire, and he' wahs not-going to allow that,'if he cbuld hlielp it.- So he.worked his' way on ahand car to ,within three miles pf th.e place where the wedding was. to. take -place. But hereea new difficuilty piesanted itsmlf. There wasno con~eyan'oe froi the railwayt to his liady-llove's' rsideiihee. There was a' man.there who had a mulo,:however and he 'was: willing to hire. the mule:to:the. prospdective:bridegroom rather than have two hearxti' that. beat as one be soiely troubled. Then a fresh obsthcle con .fronted-the ardent, lover.' .Theaman who owned the mule had. no saddle and no vehicle;- and there was nothing :left but to ride that mule' bareback. It was done, and the ceremon...
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN HARBOUR-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
tEStRUCTIVE FIRE .I i.AR BOUR-STREET. This itnhig, abount. 12.3,- adn alarm was given to thB' Metropolitan' Central Fire Brigade thlit afire had broke' out in Harbour-street. The firemen, on arriving, found'a large confectionery factory, occu pied by Mr. Owen Denmea'de, ai: 'ablaze.- ?The contents being of snch an inflammable nature, the flames soared td an immense height, and it was quickly apparent that there was little prospect of saving the building. A large body of. police were soon on the spot and kept the crowd at a distance. • There was, fortu nately, a very ample supply of water at hand, 'turncocks Alexander and Lowry being present. The chief effort of the firemen were directed to preventing the fire spreading to the adjacent warehouses.. In an hour and a half the fire was fairly got under;butitwas averyarduoustask,andthe: greatest praise is due to the efforts of the firemen. The fire brigades present were the M.F.B., 1 manual, 2 steamers, and ladders;: No. 1 Volunteer Comp...
THE COLONIAL EXHIBITION. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE COLONIAL?EXHIBITIOIN." (ano onoa owN cOOnEsP1oNENWr.) MELBOURNE, TmIs DAY. Acablegram received here states thatMr. George Collins Levy, C.M.G., has assum?d the management of the Neow South Wales Court at the Colonial and Indian Exhibi tion. OLADSTONM A.nD HOoE nULE. The Times this morning, commenting on the attitude to be assumed by'tho Liberal party regarding the demands of the Par nellite party in the House of Commons, expressed t~hoop'nion that Mr. Gladstoneo. will find himsblf compelled to disavow any intention of: gr.anting Home Rule th Ireland.
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. UNIONISTS V. NON-UNIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. (POa OUE OWN. COBEs&ONDEN.) UNIONK5TS V. NO-UNIONIHsTS. ' The wharf iaboureraloaicd the Southern Cross, Gabo, Nelson, Dawn, and Flinders yesterday, anid partly unloadodthoe Easby, Titus, Moreton, Corangamitoe. They are;: working with great alnarity, evidently to tire out, the non-unioni?sfs, which in most cases they suceoeded in, and the lI'-I ter were compelled to kl?ock oi They .rofusecto allow non-unionis' to join the Union for foiurten days. sirlLw?AITH BIOYCOTTED. The .shipowners are boycot:; -'.g I'llwraith by refusing him lghtac. THE APYTEN A TOFFAR. The Shiowners' Association, which is distinct from the Employers' Union, has! passed a resolution deprecating the action of the Pateena's crew in leaving.bcforo their notice had expired, and asking thnt no paid ofleer'of any labour drganization should be permitted to act as licensing agent in the Government 'shipping ofece.
MINING. TAMWORTH, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
MINJNG. (FnO1 OUR OWN coRisBUONDENT.) : TAMWORTH, Tins DAr. The Adnst:'alin D5'.mond Mining Com pany at Eingera have ju~t finished anothor wanhin', and althonuh tbo jems are less in number tb-n some o0 tbo previous wnashings, they are larger i5 s:.ze, some of them being one carati, weight..The wash dirt averoages from two t, three feet thiclk,: and is easily obtined.
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.? (FSOn OUR OWN CORI5ESPONDENTS.) MELBOURNE, THIs DaY. Mr. Deakin, will submit terms,. and advocate a coalition at the Liberal caucus to-day.. The Age condemns the attempt to coalesce !The T?leraph exiprcsses distrust of Mr. Gillies, and deniinds that the Consorvative party should be aslaed to elect their leader. . Mr. Bosisto, addressing a meetinig last night said he had been shown by, a Pole . named Rakouski, , docu-' mentsl; proving that, the Russian Go vernment had contemplated an invasion of Australia,and the levying of a tribute on the inhabitarits, He had obtained £400 from the Government as a.reward for Rakouskeis information. SRobert Russell, who started from Webb Station, Buffalo Ranges;~ the day after Christmas, intending nimaking Gippslandi lost his way, and has been wandering ever since. The rain destroyed his matches and he abandoned his swag, subsisting on wild raspberries and herbs.'- Atlast he struck the King River and followed it down for fi...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
GCOUNTRY TELEGRAMS.I ((FmOs Oli OWN eOnaEssONDinfl.} : IEWCASTLE, Tins Da. :Attio iquest eon the body of Thomas roller Railwy?a gyard;lkilled at Toeralbah yesterday, the e5'rdict' was that~'he cume by his death froZ the effects.joE injuries accidentally received ..Oeing first thrown off a trnuk and then rum over by an en.gine and several trucks, fthroh? cattle straying on.the railway line now being constracted by Messrs. Amos Bros. The man Lindholmes, who attempted to commit suicide on .Sunday by cutting his throat, burst one of the several 'artoeries at the hospital on Sunday night, and the blood flowed profusely, a very brief space interveiing before medical aid was given, and the re-tying was effected. He is now improving alowly. A determined actof self-destruction was eommittedatLakeiroad yestardaymorning, atehalf-past eleven. by a produce dealer, named George Moartin. He had been to market as usual early in the morning, and brought lack his stock wherewith to hawk on his. usual...
Public Notice. OUR DUFFER MINISTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
S Public Notice. OUB DUFP?ER MINISTRIES. Do they ever think ? Do they know what they are thinking about P Do they know how to think about what they areothinking about P Mr. Editor do you ever think of our North Shore cable tram, its present and past, and the miseries caused thereby. Its ongine-house is constructed on the top of the hill, where a drum should have been, for the wire to run over. The engine-house should have . boeen built near the wator whore thie water woru have been near the engine (but salt). The engine-house might have been covered or roofed with a succession of iron pans when the steam (boiling water) could, by pipes, be made to evaporate the water, leaving the salt in the pans, and the water (fresh) could bo used: for engine power and for drinking purposes. The cable to haul the cable up to the top of the hill will require an excessive amount of power. To .haul thle cable down the hill will involve little power, as the dlown line will about counterbalance the cos...
LAST MOMENT [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
LAST MOMENT Lord Carrir-iton paid a fsit to the Immigration .Barsacks, Hyde Pare, this morning. An inquest wmds commenced at the Assembly Hotel yesterday afternoon on the body pof a young man of about 28 yeats of age, named Patrick M'Innerney, who died in the Sydney Hospital on Sun day morning lasot. Thie circumstances attdnding his death are exceedinSgly sus picious. Evidence was given which tended to show that the injuries which has been the eausne of his death were received in a street fight on Saturday evenitig with another man iamdd Edward Scowen, who is noowiscustody. Thebodywas identIfied, and the medical testimony taken. The inquniry was thnch ahdjourned'until to mo?rrow afternoon. A .licensing court sat at the Central Police Court to-day at 12, Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M., Mr. B. B. Morisset,D.S.M., and Mr. Macintosh presiding. It is the quarterly licensing day, and the business to be got through is very :heavy, and will probably occupy till ,three or four this aftermoon. Thr...
STEWARDS AND COOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
STEWARDS AND COOKS. rTheordinary meetingof the above Union took place at the old Masonic Temple, yes tlerday evening, Mr. Ferguson, president of the Union, occupying.the chair. Mr. 'Kershaw; the sccoretary, gave an occount of an interview 'hle, .in company with Messrs. Wright and Wall, of the Seamen's Union, had had with Messrs. Howard Smith and Son that morning, the result, of which was that Messrs. H. Smith promised to telegraph to Newcastle, annd order the scratch crow of the Cheviot to be discharged. The Union, on thleir part, ,. promised to endeavour. to send 'the men of the Rodondo to' 'Bris ane; 'and the stewards and cooks -of the Cheviot' left last' night. for Newcastle. i A sum of one guiinea was voted to each man who had come out of the Cheviot, and it was decided to grant strike pay to the Rodondo men until they rejoined their vessel. ' The nameo'of. Mr.. James, one of .the Trustee's of the. Stewards' and Cooks' Union,: it wrasn to erase from tlhe books andrecords in con ...
STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. GLOBE OFFICE, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
sTocK A~ND SHARE REPORT.. GT-oni OPrcfe, lPear.M. Sales reported on 'Channge.-City Bank, £16 5s., C. D.; Fede:al Bank, £60; Bank of Now Zohand, £20 10s.; Port Jolkson Steam G6i.; lrcrantilo Iututul Insurance, 4n.; Anglo-Australian Inve3stmont,.43s.; Wallkend. Coal, £-0;.Wiohkhan, Bullock Island, 32s. Gd.. 2-s. 3d.; Silver. King, SHiler, 14s. d,1.,14., 13s. Gd.,.13s.
COUNTRY NEWS. PARRAMATTA, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 19 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. &nbsp; PARRAMATTA, JAN. 18. &nbsp; At the Parramatta Police Court to-day, before Messrs. C. J. Byrnes, Cox, and Pearce, Js.P., Henry Braddick was sum- moned by Amy Buckley to contribute towards the support of his illegitimte child. Lengthy evidence was tendered on both sides, the defence being that the seduction of plaintiff was due to the fact that she entered his room and went into &nbsp; his bed, and on another occasion induced the defendant to have intimacy with her in a paddock. The bench made an order for the payment of 7s. 6d. weekly for twelve months, and costs of the action. Bernard Peter Aucher was also charged with stealing a sum of £20, the property of himself and partners. The evidence for the prosecution was that defendant had co-perated with a man named James Floyd to get up a day's athletic sports at Bulli, and that he decamped with money paid in by his partner for that purpose. Defendant was remanded to Bulli. QUIRINDI, JAN. 18....
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
CITY COUN IL.. After the report for our first edition closed, the following proceedings took place: There were ten applicants. The number was fist reduced to four, then to three, then to two. The first four were Messrs. Sapsford, M'Crea, Williamson, and Josling.. At the second vote Mr. M'Crea was struck out. At the third vote Messrs. Sapsford and Williamson were left, and the final voting resulted in the election of Mr. Sapsford. Alderman J. D. YouNo gave notice that at the next meeting he would move that the appointment of Mr. Sapsford be rescinded. or •Lho counnil then adjourned.
THE LATE COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE LATE COLLISION. The MsIarine Board enquiry into the cir cumstances attending the collision in the harbour on the 14th instant, between the You Yangs, Civility, steamers was resumed at the Board-room, Circular Quay, this morning. Captain Hexson presided. James Rasmussins, winchman on board the Civility, and Who holds a master's cer tificate, stated that he noticed that the You Yangs' port light was very dim, and could not have been seen six ship's lengths ahead. The side lights of the Civility were burning brightly. Joseph Doyle, A.B., John Nicholl, cook, and William Mitchell, fireman, on the Civility; also gave evidence. The latter stated that he heard Captain Brown say to the captain of the You Yangs, ",Your lights are rather dull." The captain of the You Yangs replied, "Yes, they are rather dull." Captain Geo. Andrews, master of the You Yangs, stated that he first saw the red light of the Civility about half-way between the beacon and Bradleys. He kept on his course, but event...
INCOMING VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
,INCOMING VESSELS. The Postmaster-General has introduced an innovation which will be appreciated by all who expect friends by steamers arriving from the other colonies. HIitherto it has not been possible to learn the whereabouts of vessels along the coast after 6 p.m., but Mr. O'Con nor has determined to station an operator at Watson's Bay, whose duty it will be to record the progress of vessels around the coast till the very latest hour at which they are discernible, and at once the information will beposted at the General Post Officee. This will save many a weary man of watching and wait ing on the wharves, owing to the uncer tainty of the arrival of vessels which are not signalled as being off the coast.
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
NEW INSOLVENTS. Samuel Whyte Jones, of Parramatta; oarpenter. Liabilities, £117 Is. id.; as sets, £8 10s. Mr. Stephen, official assignee. John M'Lonnon,:of Emmaville, miner. Liabilities, £73 7s. 10d.; assets, £5; Mr. M'Nab, official assignee. John Williams, railway employee, Bathurst. Liabilities, £33 10s. Gd. assets, £217s. Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. Simon Tolmie, of Mimba, Shoalhaven, farmer. Liabilities, £07 10s.; assets, £14, M. Lloyd, official assignee. Robert Matler, of 'hay, formerly publi dan, now out of business. Liabilities, £378 Ga. 4d.; assets, £96 3s. Gd. Mr. F. M'Nab, official assignee. Robert Stoessell, of Castlereagh-streoot, steward of German Club. Liabilities, £167 2s.; assets, £10. Mr. S. T. Lloyd, dflicial assignee. . Samud Peach Hogg, trading as S. P. Hogg and Co., of Jamieson.street, Sydney, on petition and affidavit. Mr. E.. M. Stephen, official assignee. Winifred Diehl, of Dubbo, widow. Liabilities, £560 16s.; assets, £25. Mr. M'Nab, official assignee.
PUBLIC WORKS. THE ARBITRATION CLAUSE. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
PUBLIC WORKS. THE ABBMTATION CLAUI?S. (To the Editor of the Globe.) Sir,-A deputation from the Public Woiks Contractors' Association,adjourned from Friday, was received by the Minister for Works yesterday morning. The as sociation ,was represented by Messrs. J. R. Carey, J. Angus, L. Samuel, J. S; Robertson, Ih M'Ardle, J. M'Sharry, W, Thompson, T. Walker, E. Kirwan, and D. Anderson. Mr. Carey as spokesman, informed Mr. Garrard that the deputation did not wish to deal with the arbitration clause which his predecessor, Mr. Lyne, had referred to him, but to the 24th clause of the General Conditions of Contract, which had recently been altered in railway contracts so as to prevent a con tractor obtaining the refund of his cash security, retention money, final cere tificate for work done; or his certificate of completion until he had agreed to accept from the departmenta sum (in full of all demands) it had drawn up. as the final amount due him, and there was no appeal from the Engineer-...
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. RESUMPTION OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE WHARF LABOURERS' K .: -STRIKE. RESUMPTION OF WORK. (Fresom-sor day's Age.) tYesterday morning, at a very early hour, th?'wharves along the Yarra presented a "busy appearance,. which was continuied. throughout the day. All the: wharf labourers and seamen who were recently, on strike went to work' with a Will, except son e few who had other engagements. In consequence' of this activity no- fewer than five vessels were enabled to get away with full cargoeS; namely' the -Southern 'Cross, Nelson; Gabo, Dawn and-:Flinders.! Work, under the new arrangement as to pay seemed to cause some little misunder standing at settling up_ time, but these difficulties will doubtless soon be obviated. The iunion men were choerfully.received by all captains and agents o'i the; vessels, whenever they presented thdmselves for' employnient, and :only in one case did any. trouble arise, this being with the lighter ing firm of .HeMoss and Co. Several of the unionists went to work on their lighters, by'ord...
COMMERCIAL. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] LONDON, JAN, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. [REUTEn'S TELEGR.A 8 LONDON, JAN, 18. Consols, 100. Tin, £94. Three and a half -per cent., New South Wales inscribed stock, £94. Four per cent. New South Wales inscribed stock, £107 10s. Four per cent. New Zealand in scribed stock, £102. New Zealand 10-40 loan, £105. Four and a half per cent. New Zealand inscribed stock, £105 10s.