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COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. GRAFTON, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. [lFROM' OUR OWN CORRESI'ONDEN'T. GRAFTON, Tuss DAY. 'The'maize blight has made its appear ance,; causing a good deal of anxiety to farmers. 3RAIDWOOD, THns DAY. Some little sensation was created yes terday by the local paper referring to an assumed case of hardship connected with the Church of England. The pastor of the church publishes a letter in the other paper to-day, explaining and denying the report. Mr. Mater,'Inspector of Stock, proceeds against several persons for breaches of the Stock Protection Act. The weather is warm. QUIRINDI, Tmns DAY. It is alleged that Fleming, the prisoner who escaped from Tamworth lockup, has been seen near Dungowan, and has been traced to the neighbourhood of Wallaba dab. The Nundle police are searching for him. 'Fleming was under sentence of three years -at Berrima, when he was taken out under a writ of Habeas Corpus, and sent to Tamworth to be tried for horsestealing. On the morning of the trial he escaped, and has not since ...
THE CABINET MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THE CABINET MEETING. The members of the Government met in 'abinet this afternoon, to further discuss the financial, proposals. The nature is not yet known, but we have good reasons for stating that a property tar will not be one of the means foir wiping out the deficiency. The dN sci ij still Litiing ut.3.4ijp.s.
SUSPICIOUS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
SUSPICIOUS DEATH. The inquiry into the .cireumstances attending the death of the young man Patrick iI'Inerney, which was com menced on Monday last, was re suned at the Assembly hotel this afternoon. It will be remembered that after a street fight on Saturday night, in which he had taken part, the deceased fell down and was picked up in an insensible con dition and conveyed to the hospital, where he died some few hours afterwards. Edward Scowan, who is supposed to have caused deceased's death, was present in custody, Mr. Levin watching the pro ceedings on his behalf. Ann Stapleton, of 23, Abercrombie street, stated that at about 9 o'clock on Saturday night she saw Scowan fighting with a man. During the struggle both men fell three or four times. After fight ing for some time they were separated. During the progress of the fight they struck each other, and fell several times. William Hayes, a butcher, of 33, Aber crombie-street, saw a fight between the prisoner and the deceased on Sat...
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
WOOLLOOMOOLOO FISH IMARKET. Fish was fairly ploutiful at the habove market this morning, and prices nbout maintained the level which lhas been the roto for somae days past. Compeatiion wso good, and sales consequontly bisk. 'Tlhe following are the leading quotations : --Shnappor. 25a per" doe.; squire, t15s per doe.; Ofathead, 5s Pd to Gs per doz.; whiting, £ per basket; Jew fish, 2se per doz. ; ttglin, Ps per doz. ; mullet, 7s t t t10s per basket ; eels, 5s to as per doz. ; brem, t 10ts per basoket, 80 to 901bs.. black fish, 7s td tlr basket; salmon, 3s ltd to Is hd per doe. ; crabs, 3s to to pro dozen ; prawns, ls 3d to is lid per qucrt, PRICES AND SUPPLY. 'PTho following is the inspector's report On tho supply of fish received at the Woolloomooloo Fish Mtarket during the past week, together with the prices the various classes of fist have realised: Itarbour, 102 basklets ; ilotany, 76 baakotst troken Bay, P1 baskets. and 7 dozen nenapper; To:ggarah Lake, 8 baskoets ; Port Stephen...
DARLING HARBOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
DARLING HARBOU MARKET. There was a largo supply of fornage and wood offered at the above market this morning. Prioe qualities of forage are still, as reportedyestcrday,. firm, while medium and inferior are weak at late rates. Sales of wood are still very dull. Chaff is plentiful, and mtes slightly lower. The following prices wore realiserd at Darling HLarbour sales this nloruiua:.' Wood.-Owiugtobuyors beiugwell supplied with infeorior qualities. pricesa in these woere dell, buht geod wood cos In demand. Following are prie e per ton :-lillot wood, s to I2s 6d; bundle, 9s to ie lidl foot, 10e to 14a; bakers, Ile to 13s. ?I'y.--Good sunpplies. Market wasm firm for prime, which vold fairly well. Inforior deesrip. tione only in limited request. Oaten, in bendlee, 4s 9d to tis per cwt.; prime lots, gs to gs 4d; bales, 4slldtoae 9d; truss, gs 3d. Lucerneo, in truess, 3o 3d to 3i 10d. Wheaten, i bhandles, 5o to ln. Oaten aed wheaton, in bhondleso, 5o to W. Lucerne and wheaten, in truss. 3s ...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THE MAILS. Mats will be mado up at the Genera? Fost Ofice for theundermentioned places as follows i-, Tare DAT ME.enoonNR, overland .. 4and7 p.m. ADELArDE, overland, via Moilborno ...3.0 p.m. M?IoDLT AND LAUNCEpTON, oveor??d to olbourno and thence per steonmor 7p.m. AUCKLAND and all New ZEA.eOD ports. per Woirerepa .. p.m. UNITED KINGDOM AND C NCoOETisE OF E nor--Overlmnd to ?olelbournea thence per Orient teneor OriO t.! 6p.m. MACLEAN RlvEn. per Corki ... 8p.m. FniDraT. ULLADULLL aND CLYee, Por Huntr ... 9O.m. SATDAopr. Me?iMnULA AND EDEN, per Kmoruelm... 11 a.m. IDeISrANe AND NOeeRnIe PeORTS. per Konoowarra ...... ... Noon. Bnes?ANor, loeveeer Pevo, AND Tupe. DATIsLAND. per Wentworthl ..: ... Noon. N0UMEr AND FIJI, pee ung .... 3 p.m. WEuLIeTON. AND SOUTnEe POneTS or NEW ZALAN.D, per Tekop ... 3p.m. CLAnrcE RItvpsEn, per Helon Nicoll ... 8p.m. IeseTI (W.A.). INDIA, AND CONTINENT OF EuEor--Overland to Melbourne, and thence per P. and 0. Company's steamer Valotta ... .. . ,30 p.m. UN...
THE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THIE WOOL SALES. The follonio cablegram has been rooivod by the N.Z.L. and MI. Aenoucy Company horn rrom their London a3onts : Wool.-Tho sales opened scarcoly at the level of last series, on 10th instant. Faulty scoured, mar kot slock. Long staplo merino is in demand ; buht short gron. 1S neolected. Coarsos crossbrodo, markot firmer. Tihe loms demnnd is good. but theo continental dlemnud is poor. Th The oponmg catalo3ascontaindl000blles. Tho nories comprises about 200,0000 baleo. 439,00 bales hlave been sent to the mauuf?aturing districts direct.
CLEARANCES—JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
S CI.hEAItANCES-Javoate 2t. Coenki, ;50 tons, Captain S. Potaoun, for Macleony River 9 pm. Wairanapa, 17E6 tono, Capt~in Cllattold, for Auckland and other Ntow Zealand porto, 4p,.m, The lbarqoe lelenlea wos moved from Cowper's Wharl to the stratl thin morning. The barqleo llraidwood was berthed at the .,SN. Company's Wlore thisd maorning. Tile following F.asenoere left to.day for Now Zealand ports per Wair,rapa?: Me,.dlaoa Itt. Jami. son, M'Athonr, t. E. Bllaron, I'Oogallg, T. A. lhbho, |Clarke, A. E. elcsl, Missesc Neilcon, LRKean ("), Watkih, DibbS+ (3, Wordell, I,. Wolf, Vialoox, Clarke; lleanra Jennioon, II. B. Worr.ltl, lnamb, Hutchinson, Pect, J. V. l Smilth, loll. Cho. lay, 1'. Johnston, h haberlal, Coole. Situart, Drown, WV. rail, Nte.le, Symoode, Cottier, Stlar. shall, J.. A. l'hillip?s, Jmes Ml'Doogtl., Dibbs, Selwyn, fleelo, Cauhtio ; and 15 ill the o.eer.vl'e. Tile following paseengere left today for Itob.hrt per Esk:--Mro. J. Madden nd s infants, S[iHs itoCT, MIns liper...
DEPARTURES.—JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
DEPARTURES.-JlnAuVr 22. lBnroo, 745 town, Captalh P. W. Morris, far Brisbane nod Northurn ports. Eak, 517 tons. Captoin J. P. Sharpo, for Unbhart anld I ·llreuncesion, vin Eden Anna wiolihorat, thrce.naiud scli., 385 tons, Cnaptain F. trcckwold, for Mnoobhll Island. Maory (gllvto, tch., 6i tons, Captain Garth, for Lord Cono Islond.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
TELEGRAPHIIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 21. ?unlsuANr.-Arrvals : January 20. Taldora from Port ?aekay. Deortureeo:;I January 20, Egmont for Townsville. ALDAT.-- Deoparturcs: January 20, R.NS. Mrosilia for London at 5.10 p.m. Aonr.LAo.--Arrivals :January 20,. Eingnle.o bqe.. from Western Autnralia; January 21. Birksgate from Sydney. Doplrtleoe: January 21, Daphne, bqe., for Diamond Iblnd; Jean Pierro,,bqo., for Newcastle. PORT SXACqenonR.-Arrival: January 21, Grace Lynne. from Sydney. CLonENe InIEaus.-Arrivnls: January 21, City of Gol-ftoln 4.50a.m.! Australlian, 4.55a.ou. MEtorounnu.-Arrovals: January 21, Viotorian, from Adelaide; SIaompOtri, fronm the Blatf. Do. rorturcs, January. 20 1Beagle, for Waratalo Bay; Waihoro, for Noew Zealand; Taomania, for Sydney ; Adelaide,. for Adelaide. GAno IonaLo.-Passed: January 21, Corinna, north, 7 a.m. sawc.?nTL.-Janeary 21, Nowcastle, Maitland, Colhlaroy, Almbra, Tamar, Platypus, Gao, Rloyal, Shepherd, Tokapo, Western from Sydney. Depar-. tures : Januar...
R.M.S. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
R.M.S. TAsMANI&. Tho R.1?LS. Tasmania, of theo P. and O. Coin. pony's line, is duo to-morrow fromnt London, via ports. Shue brings thle following pus:cnors for' this port:-From London: louv. lif. Nimno and frs. lNlilno, Mr. and MIrs. Forbes Angus, childl anod servau, Mrs. Whitohad and seorvant, Mr. .ndMrs. Thorawoll,Mr.Wllo co andmlMisses Wallnco (2), Mrs. Baymond, Mcsrrs. D. Morton, J. Mar tin, I. Wddington, C. A. S. Walter, Johnson, Pinknoy, Fraci , A. Andlrow Field, A. F'iold, 1I. Kinnderr. Monukton, Murray, loyos, llillbrough nod Soen, RobeOrt ; and 10 soeoond.lts3. From Vnice Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and corvant, Miss Joseph. From Brlndisi: Mr. and Mrs.. A. Now. Mesars. T. Woinholt and Contro. Fronm rCmog : Two second-Olass. Front CalcuOtta: Imos and Blastcr Ftshlourno four second.chltvs, nand two nativec. From llombay :lMajor. -onu,. CIiclmrdson, Mrs. ioohardson nand Mitss iohaltrd. con, lorO. J. Ui. Mackuay Sargeou-maoor Rahillv. Msa Dickson, MIr. G. W. nillier. and foorso...
ON THE WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
ON THLE WHARVES. A fair supply was efferend. The still largeo sp. p'l of Vietorian potatoeo hbas depresed prices furthor still. IT Now South Wales plotatoes there ts nothicg doing. Onions are again weaker, as slso Incmeto hay. Following are ruling quota. tlios: Mfl zoi-Stock fair. Plarket, steady, at 36 101 to 4s per blslhel for prime. Weevily s to s 6d. Oata.--Slarot fully supplied, and husiness to quiet. Prima eotmpleo Of he?vyfeed still commaod most aitleation up to 2 6d0 per brohol; sexceptlonal lots, to 2s 7d; other sorts, very dull fromn 2. No enquiry for seed. larlcy.--Nothing fresh to report tmader tlishlod, Calm heed being nominally worth 3s 6d per bushel. rnm.-Doll at Is 2,1 to Is 4 per buehel. Pollard.-Falrly activo a't is 4d per bushel. 1Iay.-Cornigmnenta recelved this moru!ng from teli unter Riverwere large, aod the market is eonsiderutly over supplied. Ibstte are eooso. quently dull. Nomninal quotltiols, however, un. altered. Trade moderately active. Prime g ees Ilcern...
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. " LOnn" Oime,'r p.m. In the import markets there is aOfairu amount of trade doing, though without the slghtost spernuo. tioo. It would ho well forour morehuanto to tlke into conildesutlon the loss our squntteors will sus. lain in the slhrinnhge in the vnalue of woolelip tlhis senoon, and also the dolcieont harvest in this colony in which our farmers will sultfor, 0 that it is evident there will be less money to spend in our communitty this year. The ouuat amouot cannot be ascertlined which our squattors nsd farmors will sustain this soeon sat present, but it will amount to a considerablo soum, and merchanoluts should ntake such facts into asooont when cs tiusting the prolsblo business of thlis year. In the breadstuffls lmrket, there is a much better demand for flour; and, as we have ropeatedly asserted that, as soon os the old stockis we re. duced, our h?akers would have to come into the market, sand hevo note a good dolmmd, at steadily Improving rates, Our quotations no...
THE IRISH LOYALISTS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
THE IRISH LOYALISTS.. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESroNDP N't.) MELBOURNE, Turs DAY. Cablegrams received hero from Londont stato that a deputation representing mem bers of the Loyal Irish Society waited yes terday upon the Marquis of Salisbury with entreaty that the Government would not concede the demands of the Parnollito party, but would stringently enforce the present laws for the preservation of order in Ireland. The deputation declared that if the demand of the. Parnellito party for the legislativeindependence of Ireland were granted the dismemberment of the Empire must inevitably follow. The Marquis of Salisbury, in reply, assured the deputation that the Government had a thorough appreciation of their responsibilities in the matter, and would be careful to discharge them properly. tThe deputation desired also to wait upon Mr. Gladstono with the object of making a similar appeal to him as the representa tive of the Liberal party. Mr. Glad stone; however, has written declining to grant t...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL. TELEGRAMS. (FROi OuE uOWe CORREsPONDENTS.) COOKTOWN, '.Tus DAY. The steamer Truganini left to-day for. Finch flaven, New Guinea. George Bailey, a native of Cornwall, and fomoerly at Sydney, died suddenly of apeo plecy yesterday. AHe was a Clerk in the engineers' office of the Rllilhwy l)epart ment. A few days ago a party of amateur. ishermen (says a Hobart paper) were put in considerable danger by a shoal of porpoises, nuubering in all about 60 surrounding the boat, which was moored. offlucas' Slip. One of theporpaises, about I2ft. in length, made a bound close to the boat, and struck it right on the gunwale, nearly swamping the craft, and thoroughly drenching the occupants. An oar had to be used to keep the sportive, but powerful, ish oil;; or else there would have beca inevitably a capsize, and perhaps a vacancy in some Government appoint monts. Lately a gentleman applied, in accord once with the Acts of Parliament, for a selection of land, and in due course it was ...
MR. GLADSTONE AND THE IRISH QUESTION. LONDON, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
MR. GLADSTONE AND THE IRICH QUESTION. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM.] LONDON, JAN. 20. A letter from Mr. Gladstone is published in this morning's papers il whibh he states that he has declined to receive a deputation from the electors of Belfast. He denis that he has formulated a place tor the Goverument of Ireland, which haes been attributed to him, and further slates that he awaits the proposal of the Government with regard to Ireland.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NORTH SHORE. MONDAY, JAN. 20. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 21 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NORTH SHORE. MONDAY, JAN. 20. 1880. (Before Mr. W. Johnstone, S.Mt.) SURETIES OF TBE PEACE. - Matilda. Waterhomse v. Charles WVaterhouse-ad journed cae. Thie evidence of the two witnesses for the defendant having beeon heard, His Worship said that he did not think there was any necessity for the charge being brought. The caso was dismissed. STEAArNa Woo.--John Kelly, aged 40, Thomas Kelly, aged 13, iather and son, charged with stealing wood, value 1s., the, property of Constable Richard: Bronnan. Defendants pleaded not guilty. Constable Brennan deposed to seeing prisoners take the wood at 10 minutes to 0 o'clock, tlis morning, he at the time being in plain clothes and offduty. As he identified Kelly son., he gave chase to Kelly jun., and after following him about a mile in the direction of Greenwich, succeeded in arresting him. He afterwards arrested the elder prisoner at the Union Inn, Lane Cove-road, and took both to the police station, where they denied the c...