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AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
:;0,02. . National fEortta. Entries closD JaoIrjy 20. d' O !r J0. Smithl's Handicap Trophy aoe. . " t, ;.Woolloomootoo.Boy egat . t . . 0.a ?:'; ight Sii lnace for Yontha, WoolreMe Bay 'i;'j" 10o-guinca trophy) ,:"'1J3. Pynoont egatta. ' . " 0i'( Bolnion Aniinl Ilegntto. .'."^ * A 000000 5001T OQnADBrOO. : '?i';: ,Second-clanss ncei prize £25, Janoary 28, . . : '' ' oirstclss raoce, prize £35, January 30. .* 0f : Commodore's pnze, £50, Fobreoy 6. ;' . 0-0. 0BD0K A0TEU0B.B0A0l0 G C0 , . , , 3:2'·ir. ¶o Te following is the progrmmoe of the maoesa t ,: flu' eroilel duringseasonl 0858a. o Jnnnary 23.--0pen boats, 22 feot; open boate, ,;; i 20 feet. P',':' Februoory .--Half-deokod boats over 25 feot, ' d liolfdlecked'bots,22 feoot. obreoruny20.-Hrury-oshuTrry mooor opn a boats do, do., for half-deceked boots. I 2 Mifdeh 6.-Halodochead boats, over 22 feots nod C:, o ot exceeding 25 foet0 bhal-deoked boots, lOfoet and under. ; H: o March 20.-Open boats;20 foet; open boa?s; 19 '>.' . Apr...
KENMORE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
KENa MOiRE; RACES. : ". The entries for the Konmore r~ices don .Anniversary. Day. closed this, evenin.'. The big evenit fell- through, owing 'to to other meetiigsa being held. in the district within the ,next ten days, and an open handicap will be run instead. The follow ing are the. entries:- " i FLYING HANDICAP. F.Bbopherd's Young Joe Iwussel's Fancy Payton's einwdom enwik's Roland IcENMOBE PURSE. p r S Miller's Deception P.Shepherd's Claoriiot Shcpherdl eBinda .,I WiUouBghby' TaolliBoY Comroey's Priam I Webeter's Fmtic; .
QUEANBEYAN ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
"' QUEANBEYAN:ANNUAL RACES. The following weights .,have :been. de elared for the above races, to be runt on. Januaory26and 27: PUBLICANS'; PURGE. Strathmore .., 2.12 ~rlad S... Pxrad . 9 7 Wombein . . 7 S panianrd .. 59. i .GebBack "..e - 7.. 0, TOWN PLATE.' r Strathmoro 9 7 She... . P,. : Pradd ..:.....9. o Wombein. ... 7 Sp liardS, ... 810 Mylo; stery .... 7 , id. auds. .... 7. .GetBack 613.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
COURSING. The New South Wales Coursing Club hold the ollowing meetings during tho ye"r - i/May 14 and 15; at Woodstsockr-Derby. Oas, (us. " nigten Cup, &c. Jane 18 and 1,; at Woodstoclo-The S9. Dspe S aterloo Cup, and Waterloo ?ar. ' S August 6 and 7, at WoodsoooBk--?"? Ou , Pure.e and Pinto.
TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
'20, 21, 2. Tasmanan. Elacing Club, 2 . eoshill lnec Club. ' 2, 27. JImac Uncing Club. S' . Sydney Turf Club, Ranndwick. EhndbaBs ,-" .- January 18. 26, Canden and Campbelliown Joe Club ;' .' t Entries, Iglti insstant :*a FnannnanT. ' m,4. a B amiwood T. C. .::: :3, 4. New England. S:., 4. New EnlglandAnnanl. , ".2'? 5. Temora J.C. Nominations lot Town 1 PlS o • I anld Temonur Jocoy Club Handicap close on n- r Jnairy7! 1 Bor. cIUch. 'Weibt, January. 15; acceptances, January 25 6. Sydney Driving Parkac Club. 7 and 18. Bathrst aTurf Club SSs. Rosehtll. S,,13. TNowcMutl J.C ".l Victoria Amatenr T.C. General cntuias S' February 1- weights, Feb?nuay 8 3"I8, 19. Burrowa J.C. .0S. Canterbury Park Eace Club if "':i 21, 25. Crockwell J.C. ,:,:," Glenn lmes. e2'9,' . Burrangong Turf Club. ]ntrie Bobrnury 9 : 27; V. . C. Autumn. Entries for , ewmaaket ,. Handicap and Australian Cup, January 4 ' , weights, January 25; sooonUd forfeit, Bcb. .*' ruanry 25; general etrlirs, ebubary 8, ' wEighta, F...
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JaoenrT. 26, . WolumlnAthletio Clab60ports, Aecetaneis, 23rd 26. Batharst Sheofield Handicap. Baies, Ja. nary 9. 26. Eas lMaitland Athletic Gathering. ' 6. Caledonian Sports Parkes 2? . Blaney Sheffeld Hiandieap (£50) and~lpone. -- Iudgee Sheffield Handicap (2e10) ' 24. lIgea ShefSeld iandocap. NominatlonD February 10 MAnO; 18 17 20. Sir Joseph Bank's Handioea..Bntrise close February 5. 1Saaail1eap. Fdbr arx,15. Acceptances, uIarch 6. 1 5. Oddfollows' Sheffield Handieeq Woobngoug 21.26. StaweUll (Viec:) Athleotic Club (Baiter Gift, 2100). EntriesMarceh 5.
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 20, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. Jsanary20, 0 am; raEr.--N.. fine, thermometoc l5 in shlode. Aeru un.iS.W., dull, hot. AL?SrA-E., fine, Se, smooth. BIkoueasonr.-E., floe, one smooth. Bneeer,.-Csalm, cloudy. BAen??u's DI.-CoIhn, fine, sos smooth. BOrxeO5os.crSo.-N.E.,cloudy, sea smooth. Ctsuoncs Hsle?.--8V. , fine, son smooth. Corm eJwsle,--Calm, fine, sea smooth, EDn.--NE., flnoe, sea smooth, theo IsAcN.-N., fine, soa moderdtoe. Gooees.--Csim, tleo. Gounn CAr.--N., fine, ea smooth. .lmvls BAS.-N., fine, sea moderate. Ku .-N., flne, ea smooth. itcsoe HUEros.--N.E.. flue, sea smooth. MArrLAD.--N.E., fine, wosrmo. No_ eo HII?oDe-N. fine, se moderato. Monsey nscas.--N.hE. fine, soe smooth. Nnacncc. IHRoDs.-- alm, the, sea smooth, oweeAoTo.-B., fine, ce smooth. Pol. MAcqeo?on.---Clm flno, sea smootk. Pose STerers--NE.., AeO,seoasmooeth. Usa Iotse.-Cnlm fine, sea smooth. gUoTes Hoo.--N., fnoe, eo smoott Toooi.--N.E., fine, sea smooth. Twouo HlEf s.--S.E., cloudy, se smooth. UsAuonts,-N.E, fine, s...
DARLING HARBOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
I)ARLING'HAILBOUR MARRET. At Darling Itarbour the markot;wna wolluifplled with wood and forne, eospecially tholatter. Dhoo wH a fair demand for forgo. Chlf is flrmor. Straw in fair demand. Wooel I unaltered. 'TPho following price woroe r.eliaUeoed at Datling Ulnaroor aloa this morning WooLd.-,QwingtobyerbelingwollsupplUed with inferior qnaltioes, priman in theoo wore dull, but good wood woas in demand. ollowing or prces pr ton :-Billetawood, Bs to Its d; bundle, 0a to !? d foot, 108 to 14a; ltkoro, lI to 13e. lay.-Good eapplie. lrkom t was firm for prime, which sold fairly well. Inferior doanrip. iorns onlyin limitl roequ?mat. Oaten, in blndleo, dd Id to On per owt. ; prime loti, Os to Os 3d; bales. 4. lid to 5s t l ; true, Os 3d. Lucerne, in oruos, l id to i ltd. W?eaten, in blndle,, in to so. Onioten and whooten, in bnndlose, t to O, Lucemrno and whoaten, in trus , 3i id. ?timawm.-llodouo cnoelgnmont? to ]and this morning. Fair conmpetition at ia to o ld formlean w?olten in bundle...
ON THE WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
ON THE VIIARlVES. At the wlsoves a full sarljy of ha-much oatr l? a rs beoo the rul-is mt b fair a . Prm sorts om d ttontlo, and prices for these are firm. Inferior ,|ualites are a oclining. Largo arrivals of potatoes have outrun the demand, and a fall beyonds what we havo £lrO~el quoted is thu result. Thin rotin to Vietorm. Of Nose South Wulcs, thore Is a air supply, but no business is doing, asidin ednuo. quonoe prices nremoroly nominal. Withomdonsthe arkeot ls soe supplied, and £7 por ten is the rate. Dalry Produce is very dull, and prices are weak. ,Poultry is a alhdeloser. a~ iha~yf 4 th: £Iloein ace1 thu0 ruIngl Malra.-Stock fair. Market steady, at 3a ltd to 4s Id per lumhel for prinme. Weeuvily s to lb d. Oots.--Markoet ful so plied and bunoc? Ia quic., Primo samples of boavylood still comnmu most attontlon up to 12I pd er bushel oxesplyoc lots, to 2a 7d; other sorta, very dull from 20. No onquiry for reod. Marly.--Nothlng freeh to report undeor this hli 41ap sould being nomi...
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. O • G ns '" O00oo, '1 p.m, In the import markets a fair amount of ordors wao recoive from the interior, but beyond this there is nothing of a speeulative ebmouotor to * report. In faot, for many of the leading liaes our maerot arc so overstooked as to prevoet any hopo ol the suceIss of any spOeulative opoMtioan at In~ tho flou s larkt thoro to no ohunco t r ort. Tho morket is very firm. In Adoido wo note that wheot is higher, 5000 buehols having boon sold at do 3M. Tho nhrkot thoro ha an ouprned •,teudene)- Tho advanco of 20 per ont. In freights' - from belbeurno was not uneopoetod, for thu ¶i'"rlghts atioly ruintwoull scarcely Iy, but this advanca Is so slgtthat It won't mako any ' ?terial difforoaco in the os~t of Irooil?.. , ThleSugar lnlrket.--At auotion a fair. amount we disposed oL From £16 10o to £13 15s wore .raltsod for ordinorytot?.oodyeliows. Amcrican S ubesuga r ngis sold at £2t i0t. Nothing hans boo S,. dono with'tho shipiient Ol Chiun sugor, ooT!fiwau, / of...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE MAILS. ?las .will be made up at the Geneoral Post Ofio for the onrmotionaod places as followe: Tme DAY. M.nounnv, oventtn: . 4and7 p.m. annneamn, oernndvin Melbourne ...8.0 p.m. HonanT A o ILmOcRs a O T, overland tO Melbourno, and thence pea smn er 81.0p.m. ILnonono Ieunl, per Tomki ... 3 p.m. Pe?R DYMAcQu?XaI, per Frunount .., p.m. enan?O?nT, per Fernmount . 7 p.m. Tnonhonar. Ihamenaen ano Nonmien POnRe, per Barco? ... ........ ... 0 am. L nomveaDon oen?n?, via. Eden, por Eek ... 11 a.m. Lone Mown IeLcnn.por Mary Ogilvio ... .U n.m. Aeuacuax and all Now Znrannoports. perWaiempa . 3p;m. noea AND Fur, per Gaga. 4p.m; Unr~an nrrEonoa ann Connraenn on Eanore-Ovorland to olbomraband theonco poeO?in ? Orient aer Oent. 6 p.m. ImctnnDi ILave. peRl1ehnood ... .. p,. MA?L?,T R?av n, per Comrki .,, 8p?m. ULLLAD .LA Aa O(LDan, per aunter .,. 9a m.
THE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THIE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANIK. This bank has just issuod its oalf yearly roport, prior to ito mooti on Thursday noext. Front It. rport it appeoer that its nott prots umount to' £41,18 0a Od, aldocl to which the balanc of o . divided proflts of last Malf year. £20111n Pd. nmako a total of £47,209 l2a l availablo for drivision. Tho directors recommend tohe usual divideond of 10 per 'oont and 2$ for cant. per annom bonos, amounting to ?£31,20, and plaloing to the roesnorvo fund 10 000,. leaving a balance to be carrioed for. ward of Z6015 la Ld. During the halfyyonbranecho hravo beon opeonod at Coraki and lIitoholl, and sob. ,,ee at Eoblano? Corner, Manly, ?fllor's Pointl ltandwiok, and Summer Hill. Theo bward o management may bo fairly congratulatod on tho half-yealy statement of its alffairo showing a steady, pro roUS, and ~rogressivo businoess ono by tho bank. Tho banking roomas of too bandsomo now promiscls ro fast being comploted, and when iufnished will be theo finoest specime...
THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
THE C08S1?sIEI1CIALDANtING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. The half.yeoarly mooting of sharerholders took place yestoerday at the hoed banksng-house, when a satisfactory relprt wae preosentcl. This old-established and wealthy colonial iusti. tutlon, we are glad to note. not only continues to hold its own, but to stsadily increase iu prosperity. No doubt a great deal of the suooes of this hank is due to its large reservo funds in proportion to its capital, and the ehsh-l liahmeet of a speinl reserve fund for the equaUlisa. tion of its dividends was a very prudontstop on o e part of its board. The report discloedl the not profts of the hall year to be £84,730, to which wase added the nudl. vided balanco from lust year, £10,51?0, making £101,;20 available for distribution, which the directores appropratedl thues-To payment of a dividend at the customaay rate o 25 lper cent. per anaum, £75,000 ; to reserve for equalisation of dividend, 10,004; carrying forvwardl.e undlldod - hebalce to next half yea...
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH M?ARKT. The sUlplles of fish at The aboeo market were thls morning gooda, utroeally flrot.elaus fish was marco. For the bltter, priceo were excellent, but tho ordinary rn of tho merkotwasuaolosir. Gropor, lobsters, and sllverbolllas woro absent, but blaok fish and mullet wore plentiful. Following are theo lading quotto ns :--Prawn. is per quaert; bream, 16s to 26s per basket " whlting, 2s 6d to 7s 01 per doz. ; flathead,4s to 7s perdoz. ;btokflh, s to 1O per basket; eeols, scarce, 6s to 7o yer doz ; tailor, a per basket; schnapper, 6e to 46s per basket. ThePo Pacifio Inouraco Company are making acall of ll per share, in consequenco of the losses sues. tinedin the special London bausiness which tho company ontere Into two or three years ego, but whilch they havo abaudonod six or nlno months ago. After the experience of other local compo?ics in competing for London busineoss, we aro surprlsoed that so prospereuns a comlpany as the 1acfltl should have atemptod it, fo...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NORTH SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NORTHI SHORE. (Before MIr. ,\V Johnstone, S.M.) RIOTOUs BEH?AVIOUR. - George Miller pleaded guilty and was fined 10s. Charles Barrow, charged with a similar offence, did not appear, and was fined 20s. OBBCENE LANoUAOE.-Edward Cardon v. Stephen Bennett. Defendant did not appear, and a warrant was orderd' to Jun ·'·`.
SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 20 January 1886
SMUGGLING. This morning in the Summons Division of the Water Police Court, before Mr. Marsh, S.M., Augustus Martin, (20), cab man, John Cuthbert, Thomas Davis, 'and Paul Droguerro were charged with a breach' of the customs' regulations, being knowingly concerned in the unshipping of abdiot 10,675 cigars from the Messagerios Maritimes steamer Sydney. Thepolice have been suspicious of the matter for sometime, and sot watch for the prisoners. At about midnight last night two members of the Water Police doing duty on Ciroei lar'Quay observed two individuals carrying parcel to a couple of cabs, the lights sf which were extinguished. The prisoners are all Frenchmen. Parl Drouguerre pleaded guilty, and the other prisoners not guilty. The bench remanded them till Thursday next, bail being allowed, each in £100 and two in £50.