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THE IRISH QUESTION. DEPUTATION OF LOYALISTS. LONDON, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THE lilIdH QUESTION..: DEPUTATION OFP LOYALISTS: L. REUTL:1a TE.Eor.A.j LONDON, JAN. 20.: A deputation of moembers of .the Loyal Irish 'Society:waited upon the Piemice to-day, to urge the Govern rwent to fully onforce the existing laws for the preservatioh of: order o in Ireland.. Several of' the sprakers strongly dopreca?td the granting of Parliamentary sef -government to Ireland, mainta'ning : that such' a courso would tend towards the dies. memberment of the Empire.. The Mlarquis of Salisbury, in reply, stated that the Government were. not un mindful of their responsibilities with regard to 'Ireland, and hoe said that the loyal Irish might rest assur: 1 that Mlinisters would not prove untrue thereto.
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
STASMANIAN RACING CLUB. At the lasuing Club Meeting yesterday at Elwilek the most of the b'Iiing businm was done by the totalich.itors. The follow ing taces were in:-o * UBDLI).OLZ - 'Ectiowe '.. ...' .. *.. '. 1 Wild Wave ... 2 ... ... ... ... Sir Johnl t ooo ... . . .: ... . 3 " Six startcd.. ._mo, 5son. 326sec. . MAIDEN rLATE: Sir Lancelot.. ... ". .. LcdAstray 2... ... . .. ..: ... 3 Tidal W av ..e .' ... .... .... . ... 3 Time, 2mi. 24sec. , . .: .. .. H , OBART CUP. , . Dnration . '..1 ... ,.." . "' .. 1 Meteor .;; , '... ... ...t e ...r " . 2 V isios .. .... "'... '- ... - ... ... 3 ,eise, 2"in. 43sec. NinestortCTe.:. . , S, . ,ELWICK STAKEB.:. , : * Pocn)iontns ,.... ** ,11 .. . . , . *... 1 Sir lancelot ..2 . , . .. - ..,' Bonny Blue .. . .. . .. ... ... 3 * Time, 1rain. l~cec. , " r . ' '. '' : . PLTINO rHANDICAP.' DsLe of Athol.. ..... . ' ... . 1 We:.(erta 2 ... .. G .sl,. r. er ... . ... . ; .. .: I.-_. . 3 ...
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
CRICKET. F?xTunss ron JAnUARY. Manly v. Incognito. Association Ground 2,20 27. Intercolonial Natlch, Victoria v. Sow South WVales, Association Ground' 28. Belvidero v. Warwick (continued), Domain 23. Regby v:.Oriental; Norwood Park ; - 28. C ona v. Corio (continued), Agricultural Ground 28, Sury United v Newtown (continued), Agrieul. tural Ground 2. Byde. v., Doubleo Bay (contiued) Croydon Ground. 2s. Easten Suburbs v. Coates (Cop) 23. Carlingford v. Stamore; Staumore I23. aniy v. Incognito.-uanly" . Our Boys v. Beresford, Our Boys: Gro?nd 2. Derwent v. Darlington, Forest Lodge 3. St. L eonardsv. ILmdwick, Rlanuwickl er. Manly v. Carthona, Iauly d oe 0. Belvidere v. ParranuttaAlfreds, Parramnatta 30. St. eonards' v. Stanmoro, Starnmoro -0. anuly v. Conservative, Manly' ?n W. Rugby v. Darlington, Norwood Park . 30 Bevridero m vrlian rford, omaiun , 0. Our Boys v. Windsor, Our Boys' Grund 0. Bieresford v. Waverle, Waverley r o. 30. Dorwont v. N. S. Benore, St. Leo?rds. , Oxford v. Cro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
. Iho revenue returns of the Victorian RIilwalys show a falling off .of .£1200 4s; lid. compared with the corresponding period of last year, when the total number of miles of line open was 24 less than at the present timo. . SAsk for Dyasoa BrCe'a, Iectailue Jsai,-AvT.)
PROSPECTING FOR GOLD IN THE KING COUNTRY, N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
PR'O SPECTING FOR. GOLD IN THE KIING COUNTRY, N.Z. . Mctsrs. Kenrick (Thlam'es) and Wilkin son (native agent) have been successful' in completing arrangements with' the natives for, prospecting the King country for' gold. (says a message of the Oldgo Daily. Times. ofthe,6thl instant). The e are to. be six px?ties, consist?ng each' of. two Europears ' and' two IMaoris. All are to share alike i 'gold ii discover:d by the p-4ty. 'They will'be crtitled 'to the Government reward of 9500; end each party may win this rewsrd provided theiei discovery is five miles from any other; discovery of a new golloeld, and is esititled' to a lease or claim; the area of iwhich" .is to be .determinied by the Governor.' In Te Aroha the erca'allow:d. wns five acres.: The prospecting parties. will besides possess a good deal of i'ifo.nas tioh. regarding districts, no small adi?:itage in a now country, The men' have been selected by the Warden, "'nd 're 'to go out at their own cost. He has sealctld,12 good ...
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
ATHLETICS. I'TXESRES. nANUARY. 26. Wolumla Athletic Club Sports; Acceptances,. ?6. Bathurst Shefflield Handicap. Entries,Jan. nary 0. 26. East Maitland Athletic Gathering. 26..Caledonian Sports Parkes 26. Blanny Shelield Handicap (£,0) and Sports. 'n1.A nr.. , 24. audgee Sheflfield Hadicap (£100). Nomina tionS February 0' - - 18 17 20. Sir Joseph Bank's. Handicai . Entries close February 5. Handicap. February 15. Acceptances, March 6. APRIL. .: Oddfcllows' Shefeld Handicap, Woloegong ' 2426.,Stawell.(Vic.): Athletic Club (Ester Glfs, " 100): Entries March 5.,
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
"c;', AQU4TICS. d.1tOAtIT 26, SNttionole Iotta Entries close J'n0a17 0. Smicth's .ilndireap Trophy Race. }woopmel olool ]ley,ltcgatta ?,, : .. FEDDUAnY Y. · -:.+ Peervzrey.. - 7'';:+ e1. Liht SkBt] R.ec for Youthsb', o lloQmoo Ha; . 10.guinea'trophy) ". 22. Pyrment Regatta. - dl Regatta. eeo .AL° SDNEY YACHT SeuADDOI . .9sp" u;"clnes race, priz X5, Jannnry 23, ,rt-stgloss rc;;nzo prz 5,e £ anuary 0, - !ommodore's prize , e. 0,February.6 . . SYDNEYAMiATEUR SAILING CLUB.• 'hefollowingis the programme oa the races to be'ailed dctling season 1885-806 : January: 23. -'Opoe boats, 22 foot; Open boats, Sebrqt y 6 --Half-doked boats over 25 feot; half.decked boats, 22 feet. February 20.--Hurry-skury lace for open beats do. do;' for half-decked boats,. Maitch . -Half-deckbed boats, over 22 feet and mot exceeding 25 fot; bhalf-decked boats, 20 feet and under. Nach 20.-Open boaets,20 feat; opcn boats,t , lfeet, April 10.--Half.dlcked boats, 0'lfoot an~i undei;: open boat, 22 feet. , fe di t.. ...
MINING TOPICS. COOKTOWN, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
MINING TOPICS. (Ba WIrE.-FrOM OUnu OWNCOREESON . DENT.) COOKTOWN, THIS DAT. A splendid lode of tin has been dis covered on the Bloomfield River by a miner named George Mackay. The Little Hill Gold Mine, Mitchell's Creek, Sunny Corner.-Property was taken up just twelve months since, and has been worked continuously with three shifts of men the greater part of the time. The object in opening up this mine is to find if possible where the gold came from that was worked nearly twenty years since. It is a well known fact (says the Silver Press) that fortunes have been made out of this Little Hill, one person, a Mr. Campbell, receiving for his share over £30,000. The reef was what was then termed a flat reef, but in fact was an undulating leef, or what is known as. a selling reef. No depth of country, strange to say, was ever searched to find whence the rich deposit came, and after the surface gave out the hill became aban doned. Geological opinions were obtained and a strong belief by the...
CRICKET. A SYDNEY TEAM AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
CRICKET. A STDNEY TEAM AT PAnRAMATrA. An interesting game o criclket was pclayed on the Alfred Crickot.ground, Parramatta, on Wednesday aternoon. 'A mixed team, including oval Victorian interolonal nd one or two prominent players from Sydney chlas, mot a team composed chiefly of Par.'amatta player. Tho Victorians did not ohow very good form, and the ncoro made by M'Siiano in hie second onsay was cacactoriatio only for recklebs btttiro. Thorpe, a member of Coetcs C.C., P.rramatta, wan p1rti cularly dob srctivo ttithl thi ill., oad, indeed, bowled oeccedigly well. Ho is a loef-hand bwler, and baa good length with a break from tho off. ie took the Victorian cra, k with tho sacond bill, cnd he promises to rank amon.g our beat howlers. otommy oran. c .me oil with another curkrico with the sphere, doar2 tho hiat trick, after breaking a stand made by thobatsmee. Thompsou liad bad luck tin teing run out when we sot. He went in first, and had seon scron batsmen ow2iro when a "bad call" was m...
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. A design has been accept'd for a memorial stone to Whistler. £60 is avail able for the purpose. Cavill, the caretaker of the Lavender Bay baths, is willing to match his son Emil to swim the champion, Corbett, for any sum from £25 to £50 a side. Corbett will have to defeat the "young 'un" before he journeys to Adelaide with the title of champion of New South Wales. There is some talk, through the instru mentality of Mr. F. J. Ironsides, of a ladies' cricket match being arranged atno distant date, to be played on the Victorian Bar racks Ground. The date of the Pyrmont Regatta has, been postponed from the 13th February to the 27th, on account of the 13th being the day for presentation of the Soudan medals. Entry forms are available for the First Grand Flemington Handicap. The dic tance is to be 135 yards, 100 sovs. to be divided, and February 22 and 24. are the dates of running. There is another handicap out for the Melfort grounds, for the sum of £100, on Good Friday....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
Special Advertisements. BRAY BROTHERS, Ohina, Glass, and Earthenware SHTIOWOOMS, 402 and 404 GEORGE-STREET. 0N and after the let Fobruo-y we will O open a branch at Rydal for the transaction o° all Forwarding Business in connection withthe township of Mitchell, the variona ilver mines and district. WRIGHT, HEATON and. CO., Limited, ... ... 241, Pitt-street, Sydney.' Special Advertisements. B UDGEREE. BUDG-EEEE. BUDGEREE. NO MORE FEVERS.. The Budgerco Disinfectant is the most wonderful germ killer and fever destroyer known, and no household sl ould bo with out it, as it instantly kills all bad smells arising from closete, dirty drains, &c. Sold at all chemists and grocers. Depot,. JAS. C. STEEL, Bulletin Lane, Lower Pitt-street. SHE L O: B E. AND SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to either paper are requested to SBEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, when ioe paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION: G LOBE.-8 PAGE PAPER. PRICE ln. Qua...
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 21, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. Jausmry2l, 9 a.m. BSTDnrc.--N.E.,cloudy, thermometor 75 in shade Aseuon.-S.E., cloudy. ' ALLIss.a.-Calmflino, sea smooth. UB u O0uET.--E., cloudy, ceo smooth. lBTlun0ST.-Clul, cloudy. BAreusAn's IBAY.--S.E., crining, sos smooth. BELLINOER HEADS.--N.. cloudy, sea smooth. CLAsincs HosADS.--S.W., fle, sea smooth. CoAis IsKss.--Calm, Sie, sea smsootih. EDe.-z-E.,riuinný, sea smooth. Ae IsLAn.--Calm, raisiung, sea smooth. GucorFTOu.-Cal, fuine. Goire CapS.-S.W., railiung, so smooth,. Esnvls ATY.--Calh, cloudy, sos smooth. KIAn.--C~lm, cloudy, soea smooth. IATANso.-s-S.E., inc. .iCLto? Hs. s.-N.E.. flno, soea smooth. MltsuIso Hsaeus--W., flee, sea moderate. sonuraM HEAs.--Ca: o, flue, sean smooth. NAMsruccnA HEADS.-S., flu, sea smooth. NI:wc sTLF -N.E., fle, sea smuootlh. PonT MIACQ?UAi,.-Ch.5I5. cos smooth. runE STEPIEns.--N.FI. fine, soea smooth. SasL tiocns.-N.E.. flue, sea smooth. SoTHn HEAD.--N.N.E., cloly sea smooth. To.asA.-E., cloudy, sea smooth. TWEEI Iit...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. A third edition of the Globe will be pub lished shortlyafter four o'clock, containing the latest local news and telegrams from all parts of the world. The third ediston matter will be placed on our eoghth page. While Dr. Evans, sen., was mountinghis horse outside the Balmain Cottage Ho:pi tal gates yesterday the animal made off, throwing the doctor and treading upon him. The doctor was carried into the hospital, and attended to by Dr. Harding and his son, Dr. O. F. S. Evans, and was subsequently removed to his own house. The doctor's injuries are not of a severe nature, but a severe shaking,to the frame. was occasioned. The other witnesses called at the i'que. yesterday afternoon on Patr;ck M'Ineruey, who died from injuries he was sup posed to have received in a) street fight, merely gave evidence cor roborative of that already published. The jury found that he had died from com pression of the brain, but they did not consider that sufficient evidence had been addu...
NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
NOTES AND COMMENTS Mr. G. R. Sims, who knows the temper of the English public well, thus discourses of the chances of the political war: "Many earnest Liberals and Radicals would by no means be grieved to see the Tories return to power for a time. A fair experience of Tory rule is wanted to give the new electorate a lesson. Adversity has its uses, and a good defeat now will teach the Liberals a lesson they stand sorely in neod of. We shall have lees disscntion" in our own camp now the dissentients understand the mischief they have brought upon their party' .Moreovcr, 'to want. time to educate the country up to the reforms we propose for its benefit. In Opposition we can mature our plans and organise our forces. We shall not be idle long. Twelve months of the mixed rule of Lord Salisbury, Captain Moonlight, Lord Randolph, and Mr. Par nell will be enough for John Bull, and then we shall come in for another six yvrsr with an army behind us that will carry all before it. Plainly the (re...
THE TARDY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THE TARDY TELEGRAPH. Hero is the story of an incident often . molo than matched in .Syd ney. The World says: " The bicyolo can beat teo telegraph. As soon -as the result of the poll for the 'Epsom division: of Surrey was declared, John Keen,' the ex-champion, 'mounted his bicycle at Epsom and rode to the Conservative head-quarters at Long Ditton, a dis tance of nearly six miles, along heavy roads, and announced the numbers polled a minuto beforo thotologram ar rived." Nowthere is nothingwonder ful inthat, as our readerswilleasilysee. On Monday last a reporter of this journal gave in a short tologram at Homobush at ten minutes after twelve. At ten minutes past one he weont to the same oflice with a second telegram and found that the first one had not boon dispatched. His presonce roused the energy of the languid offieal, and the telegram was then' sent, a-riving hero at twenty minutes to two. As. Homebush is but eight miles off, an active lad on a bicycle could easily have gone thore...
PARTHIAN SHOTS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
PARTHIAN SHOTS. [Cos?xmuuoArmc.] Shakespeare or somebody else says, "a fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind." Perhaps that is the reason why Lord and Lady Carrington have been taking such a kindly interest in the .newly-arrived emigrants by the s.s. Parthian. But in all seriousness we would ask what have the 'emigrants done that they should be the victims of these well ,meant attentions. They were looking forward to a country wh~ore vthe class prejudices of dear Old England would not bo:found, and they are met by a lord, a lady, and the inevitable clergyman. Let us see. The Governor visits the ressel wvhich brought our new friends to us, and they are mustered for his inspection. A.dead child is loudly called for, and the mother of ,that child is there to answer for it. Think .of it, mothers ! Of course, it was a mistake; and when the mother of the dead little one, with her heart torn by grief, gave way to very natural emotion, somebody told her to leave the room, because, as the da...