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REGISTRATION OF NEW COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
REGISTRATION OF NEW COMPANIES. The following joint-stock companies have been registered during the week: - CENTENNIAL GOLnD-INING COMPANY (Limited).-Object : To purchase certain mining property mentioned in an agreeo ment between Thomas MacGregor, of Sydney, and WilliamlShonstone, on behalf of the company. To work, crush; smelt, reduce, and render marketable, the ore of the mines belonging to the company, and to crush, smelt, reduce, and render market able the produce of any mines belonging to the company or not. Registered by E. Myer, solicitor. Capital, £30,000, divided into 80,000 shares of £1 each. The first subscribers are-Messrs. Thomas MacGregor, 448, George-street, merchant, 2000 shares; William Shenstone, 358, George-street, accountant, 1200 shares; William Liggins, 263, George-.street, Sydney, accountant, 800 shares; Henry Charles Mitchell, Exchange, Sydney, broker, 1000 shares; James Balfour, 60, Pitt-street, Sydney, bank manager, 1000 shares; Francis iKing, 120, Pitt-str...
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
- CRICKET. : S - ixiEBsrOn JuOAseAir. i , anly v. Inicognito AsLsoeiatiou Groundr '.. S,25, 20 27. Intercolonial- Match, -Victoria v. New South.Wiles,Association tixoand 23. Belvidero v. Warwick !(eontinuod), Dbmain 23; 23Ebyg v. Orientali Norwood Park - i a.'Carthona.. Corio (continued), Agnriultural Ground - " 28. Sury United v. Newtown (continued), Agriaul. t. tural Ground ' ' " ' . -.* " SB, Byde v. Double Bay (continued) Croydon Ground. 2 t. Eosten Suburbs v. Conates (Cup) 2., Carlingford v. Stanmore, Stanmore 23. Manly v. Incognito, Manly S28.'Our BIoysv. Berestord, Our Bo?yn' rounds 28. Derwent v. Darlington, Forest Lodge 2iSSt. Leonalrds v, Bandwick, Baodwick . 26.,'Manly v. Carthona, nanly " i2.dBelvidero v. arrmatta Alfreds, Parranmatta 30 St. Leoiards' v. Stanmore, Stanmors 30. ly.v. Conservative, Manly . 30. Iuglby v. ,Darlington, uNorwood Park 80'Belvioro v.lCarIingford, Domain : 30.8 Our Boys v. Windsor,'Our Boys' Ground o 80 Beresford v. Waverloy, Wvorley , .. 80. Der...
DISINFECTING NIGHTSOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
DISINFECTINQ NGHTSOIL., Tho following lottor, signed by tho Mayor and aldermen of Redforn, has boon received by Messrs. H. 3. G. Cattanach and Co..-. Town Hall, Redfloru, Januaory 22, 100. Ocntlemon,-At our request you ooroed us ani opportunity yoestoerdalny of wituessio, a test of your deodorant and disitafeotant applid to one of the targeat cesspits in this funiclpality, whichl proved higily satisfacotory. Thue contents of the pit was omptiod in our pro sonco without causing thu slightest offenco to the most sensative organ, but nas wo considered that too much liquid had got mixed with thoui nghtsoilol operated, upon, we, il tile interest of our trust, ,doosned a severer test advisabloe. ',e askod youn and you conosented to deal with another eosspi? on more solid matter and thereupon we instruoted the Inspector of litsances to pick out the very worst he could find in the Municipality. Ho hasn calrricd oat our instructions to tholottor, and fixed on ono containing fifty cubicl foot...
TURF FIXTURES. 1886. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
TURF FIXTURES. 1680. JA95RanY., 23. Roschill lace.Club. 20, 27. J.neo Racing Club. 26. Sydney Turf Club, nandwilek. Handicals Januaary 18. 26, Camden and Casnpbolltown Joe Club Entries, O1th instant 28, 30. Geolong t.C. General entries,l 18th 2. Goulburn Summer Raco Iteeting. 30. Windsor Farm tacing Club. Entries, Januar 16 EBnUARY.. 3,4. Bleidwood T. C. 3 4. New EnglandAn nal . 3, r. NRw Ei glndAnnniaL. 4, 5. Tenmorna J.C. Nominnationas tor Town Plato and Temorn Jockey Club 1andicali closo ou Jnuniry 7 ; 1 nov. each. Weights, January 15; nccoptanccs, Janusary 2 6. Sydney Drving Park Clnb. 17 und 18. Bathurst Turf Club 27. Eosehill. . 11,13. Neweastle J.C' 13. Victoria Amateur T.C. General enties, February I weights, Febrnasy ' r, 1 r. Burrown J.C. 20. Cantecrbry Park Race Club;' 24, 25. Croclwell J.C. - Glenn Inne. 25,20. Brraungongi Turf Club. Entries,Februnary 27. V. R. C. Autumn. Entries for Newmarkebot Handicap and Australian Cusp, January t weights, Janunry 2; icsoa orfoit, bo...
SPORTING. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
SPORTING. NOTIOE. AqOATIC, AT IIICTICS, AND GrnERAL SPORTS Secretnrices will obligo by sonding programmes and poarticulars as early as possible. D?ccraho.--Early information of runs, matchebo, or meetings will be highly appreciated. CmRKET.--Seretoaris of Clubs will greatly obligo by forwardling infornmation of peduing matebese, ?nso particulars of any club matebes as soon after conclusion of play as eovcnieot.
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JAUeA . l '. 20. Wolamlo Athletie Club Sports. Acceptances, 23rd 20 Bathurst Sheffield Hadlieap. EntriesJan. uary 9. 26. East Maitland Athletic Gathering. 26. Caledonian Sports Parkes. 26, Blaney Sheffield Handicap (£50) and Sn9orts. 22 24.-Flemington Great Handicap (e100): Feb ruary 2.- • . 24. EIudgee Sheffield Handicap (£100). Nomina Stieons February 10 - ' :MAR?n. .13 17 20. Sic Joseph Bank's Handiea. Entries S cleo Februnry 5. Handicap. FebNrary 15. Acceptances, arech 6. . ArRIL. S. O?lUellos' Sheffield Handicap, Woolonegong 24-20. Stawell (Vie.) Athletic Club (Easter Gift, £100). Entries March 5. -?leort esnning Grouinds, Sheffield (0100). H Entries rarch 27. Acceptanc?s April10...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
COURSING. Tho New SouthWales Coursing Clhib hold the ollowing meetings during the year May 14 and 15, at WoodstocekDerby, O~kej',ar. rington.Cup &c. - May 24 and 25, Orauge Coursing Club.. June 18 and 19, at Woodstock-The Sb. L.ger, Waterloo Cup, and Wanterloo Purne. August 6 aud 7, at Woodstoolk-?ydnesy lup, Purse, and Plate.
LAST MOMENT [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
L.AST MOMENT A most distressing story was told by the wife of the deceased man, Heley,.who died in the Sydney Hospital at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, from injuries he had received while at his work in Pitt street, to the Coroner at the inquest held. at the Assembly Hotel this morning upon her husband's body. In pitiful tones she said that she did not know he was hurt until eleven o'clock last night, when, be' coming:uneasy at his- long absence from home,;she wentto the Sydneyifospital after a long search, and then found he was dead. The Coroner remarked that the treatment was most unkind to Mrs. Holey, and that he would order an inquiry to be made as to. why intelligence was not conveyed to the unfortunate man's family. One of the police who was present at the inquiry said a telephonic message was sent to the Redforn station, and that an answer came back that Mrs. Heoley would be informed. Tenders have been invited for the eroc tion of lew post and telegraph offices at Bourke;...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. BRAIDWOOD, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
COUNTRY .TELEGRAMS. ['FRO OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRAIDWOOD, TuIs DaY. Several applications for conditional purchases were lodged at the local land office on Thursday last. The land board will hold a sitting to consider a number of cases of selections on Monday next. The first brick of the new courthouse at Araluen will be laid by Miss Hassall on Tuesday next. The weather is fine and warm. GUNNEDAH, Tmes DeA. ,The following olfice-bearers have been elected in connection with our School of Arts :- President, Mr . J. Smythe, J.P.; vice-presidents, Dr. S. A. Doweo and Mr. G. Eddington; secretary, Mr. Alex. M'Phieo; treasurer, Mr. J. C. O'Hara. A very heavy thunderstorm fell last evening, 1 inch and 14 points. The gale was terrific. It blew down a balcony in the rear of Mr. E. Cohen's residence, and some hundreds of yards of the telegraph line. The bush is thickly strewn with trees, large and small, which were up. rooted. Sheds and outhouses about town are this morning minus a roof. GUN...
LATE SHIPPING ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
-.. _ .. . . . LATE SHIPPING ABRIVAL0.--ANOUAY 23. A&dtltahlh, 3200 tons, Caltrin Cargill, fIrom O?t Frandlsco, via Auckland, Gtllchrist, Watt and Co.. agonta. Weadouree, 2300 tons, from elbournuo. M?aossrs Hulddart. Parkdr. agents. The folowlelowgpasnrtgefrs lsoft 1t. olahlrno to. day per nira ng:--osdames JS I'Cll, WraIy. lThomns, Hopkinsnl?isscs Thoma,. Muir Would hlaouo, Stanloy; "Messr. Prregnick, C.lfoklin?a, G. Robslon, Croagl,. Cltristnson, R. I. King, Small. onkhen, Jar0ell, T W. F. Slartl; SInter S.J. Wray, aud3 In thn sterago. Thile following ptussongera leavo this e oOnlnug per Wentworth for Brisbald' and Northorn' pdrte : ]Iesdamos OGratOere, P, Atkinson. Bonthorne, Smlthurut ; Missae-Waloh, Smtthurst; Messrs. Solton, Harden, ,nrardot, A. O. Love, Al.-eiider, J. IH. Wild, W. Gralnger, Davidsou, Parkoluoon. Polo, and 20 in tih steorage. Thle following passengers arrived thia tmornftlg from l?oelhourne, per Weondourec :--Dodih?d en Ambrose, Read, J. Slol?ly A. I e...
BANQUET TO CAPTAIN HIXSON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
BANQUET TO CAPTAIN HIXSON. Captain Hixson, commander of the Naval Brigade forces of New South Wales, was last night entertained at a banquet at the Exchange by the officers of the brigade. There were about 50 gentlemen present, Commander Lindeman in the chair. After the loyal toasts had been duly honoured, the chairman proposed the health of the guest of the evening. That gentleman, he said, was now about to take his departure for Europe, and they had met that even ing in a social manner to show the great regard they felt towards him for the just and able -manner in which the Captain had carried out his duties. The toast was drunk amid great cheering. Captain 'Hixson, who, upon rising was re ceived with loud cheers, said that if any thing could enhance the pleasure he felt after a sojourn of 25 years inthis, the land of his adoption, at the prospect of again visiting his native land, it was the kindly feeling with those present, and all other of his fellow citizens with whom he had ...
BRICKMAKERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
BRICOKAEERS' SOCIETY. A meeting of the Associated Bricklayers was held last evening at the Swan-with Two-Necks, at which the ordinary business of the society was transacted, the receipt of contributions and the payment of accQunts and claims on the funds. There were about twenty members present.
TRADES HALL AND LITERARY INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
TRADES HALL AND LITERARY INSTITUTE. A meeting of the above committee was held last evening it the Swan-with.-two. Necks. The President, Mr. West, was in the chair. The Societies represented were the Plumbers, Ironmoulders, Stonemasons, Typographical, Coopers, Shipwrights, Tailors, Farriers, Boilermak&s, Brick layers, Progressive Carpenters, Tinsmiths, Coachmakers. A letter had been received from the Tailors Society, to the effect that they were agreeable to convert their deben tures into shares. The committee's report and balance. sheet were read, and shows that the deed of grant for the land is now in their pos. session. The committee have done their utmost to secure the surplus accruing from the late eight-hours demonstration towards the building fund, but ar only three socie ties consented to hand it over, viz., the Stonemasons, Coachmakers, and Boiler makers societies. As shown by the balance-sheet, the sum of £89 lls. has been collected in rents from the property on the...
AN INTERCOLONIAL TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
. ANINTERCOLONIA9l?JTRIP.'eI Yesterday afternoon the intercolonial visitors were. entertainedby MIr- Stephot Punch with a trip down Middle Harbour. 'The steamer May, with Captain M. Byrnes in command; left the Princes' Stairs with a company of about fifty, embracing public characters of all kinds, from members of the Legislature to pugilistic and athletic champions. Jour nalism and trade unionism were also well represented, and so were the knights of -book and pencil. Joe Thompson was there, and Larry Foley shone in all the glory of his sapphire breast - pin, .with the letters "L.F." in diamonds upon it. Fairly under weigh, the attack on the viands, opened out on a table abaft the funnel, began. ,he genial Stove soon made everybody at home, and obliging waiters saw that each person was well supplied with the good things spread out for his delectation. :The run down the harbour, close under the ashores of Darling Point, Rose Bay, and Vaucluse, was very enjoyable, and then the Mary sp...
LATEST BETTING. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
LATEST BETTING ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP; The following.horses were inquired for' at the prices named, at noon to-day.. A.m movement in favour of Kathleen is thie only.thing worth recording :- Tempo, st. 61b. ,,,,, 5 to I Cerise and Blue, Set; .. 6 to 1 MIinerva, sot. ib.. .. 10 to 1 .IKsthleen . .. .. 10 to.l Batlailous, 8st. 41b. ,, .,. 0lto,1 Soldier Soy, sot. 21bs. . 12 to Burrilda, 7st. 21sb ... ,.. 12 to 1 Jewel, 7st. 21b. ... 12 to 1 Bon Bolt, lot, 1211b .. .,,. 12 to 1 ' Recruit .. .; .,. 12 to1 S Honeydew, 8st. 6lb. .. . 14 to 1 Bonny Bee, et. 91b , .,. 10 to 1 Bullion, Ose. 121b...' .,. 10 to 1 Espioglo, Set. 101b. ... ... 20 to 1 Irlin .,l. :',., 20to 1 SPet Girl, set. l1b.... . , ,,, 25 to 1 Others 100 to 2too 100 to 4. The elevens to play to-day for thi Intercolonial match ares sfollows:- N.SW. VICTORIA. BoSnor, G. Horas. T. Bannerman, C, 1'Shano, P. O. Burton, F. BDlaokSham, J.. Evans, E. Palmor ?. Goesrrett, T. Trumbleo, J. Jones, S. Braeo, W, IlDonnell, P. Worrall, J. .Hl...
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS. By degrees the sensationalism in con nection with Bailey's win in theNewcastle Handicap is dying out; but very few people have been able to bring themselves to be lieve that the official time given was cor rect. On the first day the young New. castle winner ran what appeared to be a close race with Dunn, in 1sece., according to official time. That he should run a second quicker on the second day is hardly to be believed. Some private watches, however, made the time 121sec., which was near his time for the final, according to the same watches. On the second day Bailey puts Sally down in the official time of 12see., and afterwards won the final in the same time. Many private watches madel the final 12 2-isec., which is pro bably more correct than the official time. That the race was fact we have not the least doubt, since the latter half of the track had an incline towards the tape and a strong wind; was blowing at the back sof the runners. The start Bailey received w...
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ADELAIDE, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
IFnoM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ADELAIDE, JAN. 19. A number of gentlemen of Adelaide have an idea that gold is to be found in' Central Aastralia in payable quantities, and they are anxious that the Government should equip a well-organised prospecting party to discover this new El Dorado which is said to exist in the interior. The wisdom of this latter step they sought to impress on the Minisnor of Education on Friday last when they deputationised him. It is believed on what must at pre sent be admitted to be somewhat undefinito evidence that the gold .exists in rich profusion at different points on the overland telegraph line. And of all the likely places indicated Tennant's Creek seems by almost common consent to -be the most promising. Tennant's Creek is, however, 134 miles from Adelaide, and about 620 srom Port Darwin, so that the expense of the party, if sent, would be considerable, and if a rich gold-field were discovered it would be almost practically inacessible to the ordinary...
MINING TOPICS. GUNDAGAI, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 23 January 1886
MINING TOPICS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) GUNDAGAI, Tam DAY. Most encouraging reports have been re ceived from Bongongolong reefs. Quite a rushhas set in there. The country along the line of the reef has been taken up for over three miles. Several claims are on gold. The Bongongolong Reef Company have accepted tenders for the erection of machinery and the construction of an over shot dam reef. This claim is 20ft. wide, and a recent trial crushing went 11 dwt. They are on -considerably better stone now, which shows gold freely. Ins the next claim Barrett and party commenced operations, a .few days ago, and have struck payable gold a mile from the company's claim. Brown and party are getting good stone a mile still further At Lynch and party's- claim the recent trial crushing went -loz. A line reef or dyke can be traced along the surface for nearly twenty miles, and several new claims have commenced work. The general opinion of those on the ground is that it will ultimately prove ...