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LATE COMMERCIAL. CORPORATION SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
SLATE COMMEROIAL COEPOEATION" .ALE ? 1ABDS. At thin mornings market thorn was a fair spply. both of calves and pis- In spite ot ttio low rates inotho formor--espeolally from tho south-cOlvsa a again very weak, competition being very poor. and'pricoa show no Improvoment on vWodop?d?Y's rtesto. Plork isslightlyoeaslorthOlan on last sale day, asvorogla Sdto tid per lb. lamp. ETa fallowlng a lIadIng ,quotations:--Stors, " to.£2 e; calvs, large, la to 95s; modum20s: oothors, li. A sm51 poen of v iryn!for qudlity wo?e sold at 4 6l.- Larje sows. 4es to (0 e plorkrs, 20a t o IO; therslyeto 20s.
SOUTH SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
SOUTH SINGLETON. A deputationfrom South'Singleton, con slating of .Mr. Gould, M.P., thoeMayor of South Singleton, and Alderinet Burro't and Wiles; waited upon th'e Miister for Public Works this morningwithregard to a grant of money for improvanents to John and Gowrie streets, and; the planting of: trees along the railway lito. The' works, altogether, would cost abcut £800. Mr. Gerrard said that he would see that 'the streets were put in a reasonable state of repair before being handed overto the Council, but he could n9t promise any thing about guttering or, making path ways. The Minister agree to trees being supplied for 'planting alog the railway line.
TRAMWAY FROM HAY TO DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
TRAMWAY FEOM HAY TO DENILI . . QU IN. A .deputtation waited upon the Ministor for Lands this morning in; reference to a tramnway from Denieliquin to Hay. The deputation consisted of Messrs. Angnae Cameron, Harley.Tarrant; .nd J. Tarrant, .representing a sypdicate ading in the name of Harley Tarrent." The whole matter, with plans, &o., was .laid before the Miniiter, who looked upon the project favourably, but reserved "l?i?decision to more fully thinkover the sbject.
DEPUTATIONS. PARRAMATTA-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
.DEPUTATIONS. PARRAMATTA-ROAD. This morning Messrs. Wheoler and rughes, aldermen of the Potorsham muni cipality, waited upon Mr. Garraod, Minis. tar for Works, with regard to kerbing and guttering the Parramatta-road in the Petersham municipality for about 703 or 800 'yards from Johnstone's Crcek. The Leiehhardt Council' was instanced as, having the Parramatta-road kerbhe and guttered, and the deputation were of opinion no exception should beo made. Mr. Getrard' said that he was sorry that any exceptions' had been made, but sometime ago it was decided that the Government should have nothing to do with the pathways and. gutters of main reads iunning through municipalities, and the Minister was very sorry that he could notsee his way to comply'with the re quests of the deputation. One of the mon bers for Canterbury was to introduce the deputation, but did" otn put in appoea pnce,
CROYDON-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
OROYDON-ROAD. A deputation, introduced by Mr. Judd, i;P., and consisting, of 'Messrs. Stephen, MAP,, Fripp, Smitlleou, and ,L. Vauhee, waited upon Mr. Gerrard with regard to maklting :a portion of the Croydon-road, Hiiretville, a chain wide, and ereoting a substantial bridge over Stoney Creek.. ' he deputation stated that that pottton of the ro1d was in a very.bad state, and almost :iniasesablo; while at both enda'bero was in excellent roadoa chaii wida. Mr. (Ger ra d promised to have a report nade upon the information laid before hisi by the deputation.
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, DEC. 18 (via Suez). [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, DEc. 18 (via Suez). The Standard and Pall Mall Ga roettl yesterday published state ments purporting to give the leading features of the Irish Home Rule sclieme drawn up by Mr. Gladstone, the gist of which has been already cabled. The Pall Mall Gazette, which gave more detailed particulars than the Standard, said that the main points are as follows : First, a parliament in Dublin, having com plete control of Irish affairs. Second, the right of veto to be exercised by the crown only upon the advice of an Irish Ministry. Thirdly, Irish representatives to continue to sit in Westminster for all' puiopsts of Imperiallegislation. Fourthly, policeo organisation in Ireland" to he en tirely under Irish control. Fifthly for Parnell to furnish adequate guarav, and the protection of the loyal sty, and the safe guarding of legit e - andords' interests. " Mr. Gladstono in'ewhat ambgns torms has deni? 1e autlsenticity of the Standard' ant''Jall Mall Gazette's state ments, d...
ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. SORATA. ADELAIDE, JAN. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. 80RATA. I[Resrre's TELEdRAI.J The 'Orin. 'ADELAIDE; J 22. The Orient .8.N. Company .M.S. Sorata, Captain Dickson, a ed this morning from London, Deceni r 8;?.Ply, mouth, December 11. / Passengers for Melbourrn: Captain R. W. Rodd, Messrs. C. F/ Bore, W. F. Green, F. Nelson, D. F. Jacobs, C. Phillips, 18 second saloon. For Sydney:. Mr. aid Mrs. J. Worrall and child, Mrs. J. S. Clarkeon and child, Rev. M. E. Ruddock, Messrs. Watson, Sydney, Barbour, R. Gardiner, W. Higgs, A. L. Klave, T. Milner, B. W. Perseo, A. C. Preston, Rev. J. Bropley, Dr. F. O. Dobson, 21 second saloon, and 200 in other classes.
MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
I MININO TOPICS. North Queensland Silver-mining Com pany, January 9.--The raina being so heavy I have sent off all the bullion to Cairns and Port Douglas, and' t6pped work at the smelter until rains moderate. This rainy season will give us plenty of water for all purposes, as our dams are holding well,, mn, addition to the liver uply~. £I' have .taken all necessary pre ca ons over the bye-wash of our dams to prevent any loss of water. Mr. Drake eaves here on Monday, January 19, and the bullion ought to be in Sydney about thesame time as he is. La; Perouse' Mundio Company, Eavens-. w ood, January 10.-We have cut down the "old shaft, and will proceed to siiil'at once. The 'Goldmiieltiing Company's fuiriace appears.to"be working all right... .Pinnale 'Grup 'Silver-mining Company, Silverton, Limited, January 50.-Smelter started. eWdneday, going well. .Thirty tons smeltrd first day. •Alabama)Gold-mining Company,!Charters 'Towers, January' 10.-I must again urge our board to erect fresh ma...
TRADE SOCIETIES. THE TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
TRADE SOQIETIESI THE TRADES AND. LABOUR COUNCIL. Last night the Trades and Labour. Council of New South. Wales held its usual weekly meeting at the Swan-with. Two-Necks Hotel, the president, Mr. Thos.: Caddy, occupying the chair. Among those peccent were Messrs. Greene.(secretary to the council), Westman (Patternmakers), Strong. (Tailors' Assoclation);West (Brass firichers and Gasfltters),Boots (Brick and Pipemakers); Jones (Fricndly Society of Boilermakers), F. Symons .(Progressive Carpenters), Ryan and Darby .(Sydney. "Wharf Laboueror), Finch (Stowsrls and Cuoks' Union), M1ennie : (Upiolsterersy, Rice and Brag (United Labourers), Cronin (Saddle and Harnessmakers), Jas. Curley (general secretary of the Hunter River Miners' Protective Association), and Hamilton (district secretary of the L:imbton Miners. ' THE LAMBTON STRIKE. The folldwing contributions to the Leambton Miners' Strike Fund were re ceived --Ironmoulders, 3rd, 4th,'5th pay ments, £19 10s.; coopers, 6th, £2; saddlers, 4...
EARLY CLOSING AND THE DRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
EABLY CLOSING AND) THE .DEAPERS.. A meeting was held at the Temperance Hall last nght of persons connected with *the Drapers' Association, the object of which was to devise measures for the more general adoption of the early.?loeing movement amongst drapers. Mr. Chas. Doust presided, and there was a good at. tendence, including a number of ladies. Mr. H. Rule, the hon. aec.,explainedthat the meeting was one of the trade rather. than the association, and it washopedthat those present would, give their sympathy to the movement in favour of securing a boon so much desiredin Sydney. Greater activity had been shown of late in conse quence of anumber of shopkeepers allow. ing 'their establishments to remain open beyond, reasonable 'hours,. and as the association'was n6 ~pceeuniarily able to combat this, subsriptionn were asked for.' He thought that shop assistants should make sacrifices, as had been done by their fellows in Victoria. The result there had been' "that' in March next early-o...
PUBLIC MEETING AT THE GLEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
PUELIC MEETING AT THE GLEBE. A public meetinn was held last night at the Town Hall, Gioe to consider what should be done with the nightsoil of the muiciprity. An apology was read 'from the Mayor of Sydney. Mr. T. J. DUNN, Mayor of the Glebe, who occupied the chair, said that since the deposit of nightsoil within the water shed of the Botany dams was forbidden, and the punt done away with at Black Wattle Bay, there was nowhere to put the nighteool of the municipality. Many sug gestions had been made and cosidoerd, but the scheme submitted by Messrs. Cattanach and Co. of deoderising was the most practical and the best.' The firm hai secured a piece of ground at the other side of Pyrmont Bridge, and would take away the fefuseo at S?. per ton. 'The system had been adopted by the people of Bal main, and Mr. Garard, the Minister for Works, who had' seen a trial, had spoken very highly of it,. .?ene nightesil was made ihbt a matlir?,wilch was almostinodorous and was worth:'425 per ton. Dr....
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
LATEST' BEITING. ABNIL?BOABY [HANDICAP. ' The following horses were inquired for at the pricesnamned, at noon.to-dy :-jl Tempos, Bat. . ... 5 to 1 Cetieo and Blue, sBet, .. 6 to I Mincrva, 8s. 61b... . ., 10 to 1 Bi?tailors, Bot. 41b . .. ., 10 to 1 SoldiorBoy, Bst.21b, ..., 2 to 1 Burrilda, 7st. 21b. .. 12 to 1 Jewel, l7at. 21b. . . 12 to'L ' Be* Bo!t, 7at. 12b. .. .r12 to L Rceruit ... 12 to 1 Honeydew tost. 61b. . .., 14 to 1 S Boo?yBee, Got. 91b, .. 10 to 1''. Bullion,tL. 12ib.... ... 16 to 1 Espiego, 6Ot. 101b. , ... 20 to 1 Medoin . ". ... 20 to 1 Pet Girl, Opt. 91b.... . ,. 25 to 1 Others 100 to 2 to 100 to 4.
ROSEHILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
ROSERILL' RACES. S , (BYAIALY BID.) The events to be contested for to-morrow arelikely. to. produce great speculation," end Mr. Scan rr has succeeded in adjusting. the :weights so evenly that .the task of rpottingthe'absoluto winners is extremely difficult j and, coupling., the fact that, niany of the competitors have been train Ing m in the dark, while, others will not he .on the job, a tipster's "lot is not' a happy one." 'For the HUBDLE RACs, with a start I see nothing to beat SCOBELOFF. The FrYINGa ANDrcA shonld produce a good finish between Rosebud. Presentatioin Bon Accord TWO-Y?AE-OLD HANDICAP. Queen of the South Brigantine Emeline BELLING RA'L CE. . Coolabah or Phaon. orMBELANn HANDICAP. S BSawdust,. . llingtoa Boorn
CRICKET FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
OCICKET-FOR TO-MORRlow. Owing to the short time at their dis osal, and the number of matches still to he decided, the juniors will continue their maaoches for the ML'Quad Cup. The Carthona and Corio resume on the Agri ,cultural Ground, and the Ryde and Double ,Bay on the Crydon wickets. The Coates 8and Eastern Suburbs will commence a .match on the Agricultural Ground. 'Coates' team-Byrnes, Thorpe, Coates, 'Tunks, Smith, Clarke, Stotter, Vivian, Lesry, Simpson, Auchterloine, and F. 'Tunks. Eastern Suburbs' team-Wallis, M'Dowsll, Ferris, Giles, J. Daly, R. Daly, 'Meagher, Carr, Windeyer, Keating, and Callaway. On the Domain the Croydons meet a team from the Belvideres, and will be re presented by Ayers, Carroll, Evers, Egan, SForan,, Ball, Egan,. Johnson, M'Carthy, O'Bard, Pightling, and Shying. 'The Merriokvile first eleven, comprising W. French, R. Hyndman, R. Haddiok, Stockwell, Brackenrig, Payne, Eagle, Nightingale,! Hasher, Woods, Jones and Pugh meet the Lismores at Waterloo, and...
THE VICTORIAN CRICKETERS. PICNIC DOWN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
THE VICTORIAN CRICKETEBS. PICNIC DOW T HE HkABOuB. To-morrow the thirty-Sixth Interolonial contest between New South Wales and Victoria will be commenced.on the Asso ciation Ground. The match will extend over four days. As a pleasant preliminary •to the meeting the Victorian team has been invited to a picnic down the harbour to-day by Mr. Stephen Punch, of the Swan-with-Two-Neeks Hotol.. The Speaker of the Assembly, the Hon. E. Barton, the .Ministers, and a number of members of Parliament have been invited, and are exu pected to be present, as are also the mem ,ers of the New South Wales team. The party will meet at Princes' Stairs at 2 o'clock this afternoon and proceed down the harbour in one of Captain MatByrnes' .?steamers, and after the most interesting spots have been visited a landing will be made at some suitable place, where refreshments will be partaken of, champagne opened, and a little compli mentary specchif*ing indulged in. The folloicing are the names of the Victorian...
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
AMUSEMENTS "Cinderella" still holds it own at the Theatre Royal, and. nightly attracts crowded audiences: 'At the New Opera Homse "Queen's Evidence" is having a successful run, which i??-W-.t-he' - fo, sonmeties. -ns wJi seet ofo he J ntoimun 0f ~Black Hide Susan ea. ra-? n -ill,' at the Academy of Music, which has ministered so con piderably during the' past four weeks to! maintain the good fortune of the Academy of Music. To- morrow night an` entire change of programme is announced. The farewell benefit to M??r, D'Arcy Stanfiold at the Olympic this evening promise to attract a large number of people to that popular place of amuso ment. The performance will commence with the'pleasing comedy "Cousin Lachary," followed by a concert, in which Miss Florence Wade, Miss Ida Osborne, Miss Dot Roead, and Messrs, J. L. Whitworth, G. Rivers, Allpress, and Harry Teece will take part. The performance will conclude with Fred. Dark's musical sketch, "A Juvenile Party." 'To-niorrow Caron's Englis...
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
SOCJAL A most enjoyable evening w pent at the new Oddfellows' Hall, Elizabeth-streot, last evening, the occasion being a grand social, given under the auspices of the R.A.O.B. SurreyBanner, Roseberry Lodge, No, 8. The hall was very tastefully decorated with flags; etc., and the floor, although new, was excellent. The programme consisted, of 20 dances, and at intervals, songs, etc., were given; Miss :¶'Enery's being about the best. Some very pretty.edresses wore worn. A youn lady from Waverley looked charming in palepink,.with black velvet trimmings. A pale pink dress with ruby velvet waterfall -was worn by a fascinating young lady from livedock. A young damsel from George-" street west looked wrell in a white satin 'dress trimmed with fleelle lace. Another very pretty dress was black lace, with old gold sash. Two young ladies looked very nice in cardinal. satin. A rather tall lady in pale pink satin, looked devine, and her friend, in a deep cardinal silk, draped with lace, was also ...
R.A.O.B. ELECTION OF GRAND PRIMO. (To the Editor of the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
R.A.O.B. ELECTION OP. GoAND pRIMO. (To the Editor of the Globe.), i Sir,--In your iesse of yesteorday your correspondent gives a very lowing account re the above election. He is anythiug but accurate respecting.tho successful candi date, Mr. Rains. In the first instance, PrimosHains is not yet elected as Grind Primo, as a protest was handed in direcly' the poll was deoolared to the Grand Primo, Sir LHrry Levien, M.L.A., on the ground that undue influence was exercised by Mr. Hains, which will, when proved, make hiseleotion null and void. As one of the seratineers, Deputy Grand Primo Dixon carried the votes of the Sydney lodges by two to one over Mr. Hains, and only the provincial lodge 'in Newcastle gave Mr. Rains the lift. This. shows how popular he is in Sydney.... FAIR PLAY. .We have been compelled to excise certan, portions of our correspondent's letter, whioi are todviolent is tone.-oED.,.
THE MUNICIPAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 22 January 1886
THE MUNIOI1..L RATES; SEr MAYORE DIrAGeas WaTH THE ALDE R N.: * The following minute has been made by 'the Mayor of Sydney (Mr. Johnuoung), to the City Aldermen: WATEB RATE. Although.it may be anunusual and pro: bably an unpopular thing for a mayor to anestion the decisions of the aldermen in the council, especially when itis a question of lowering the. rates to be paid bythe citizens, I feel it my duty to invite the .serious consideration of the aldermen to the necessity of rescinding. theisresolution ,passed on January 19, of lowering the water rates 25 per cent., and passing so low a rate as the sewer rate, of 4d. in the £. I will state a few facts relating to the .,water supply to show that instead of lowering the water rate it should be increased, if it is the intention, of the ,citizens of Sydney and suburbs to nay the interest on money borrowed for waterworks, and for those works required to be carried outimmediately; andalthough argumentse , have, as -I think, been used inju...