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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. The stock and slmhr market qoatation to on o'clock eachl dly al/iroar It Last Iomen .Coluln on lago 5. "OLoBE , Omfe, 1 pm. In'lthe i?iupO markot there was more aetlvity, and business may ,now bosaid to leave faicly aet in Ifr thl onewyar. los the floor market wOe rc·oeri 4 yOr? flrm tone, with an nuleawrd tonedeny. Tho adv-oCf in trelght rainl tZ;elbourne of itself is an Imlo rtitn t item, bo(r sides whieh severnl of the regular stenmers weillib writhdmraw from the trade. We qeuoto For Vic toritn, l£1 tol£9 15s.; roller makes, accorling to brand, £10 to £10 Is.o Adelaide, country brands, £0 5s. to £9 15s. ;nd towva bnhads, £10 to £10 10s,o; for Stew Sooth Wales, £9 10t. to £1010s. i; the latter flgtue is got for the beet brand, hold ill great estitiation by tile bakers. WVe leok forward, to a farther advadce owing to the oaor harveos ill South Anstralia and in this nolony. •By ftir the laost imlporetaet sale woo tile naetion alb of b;'aesr and Co. The tihnber tradeomust...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
So TEh e Aad PHIC.. e 7 mi es 1 So.thll Heandt erHS Volotia, 7 o iln o. 11.30 n.ml., will : oter alio.t 0000. " Ilefo orN.-A rrie;l. Janu.I aryie' ro aolroiseorAr lie, hrro m nbortPiriobt'.l.S; orrler. fro7 a orul e; rteuloer Loicun rlt, from s leorsdorg, 7 foro. D; ?RtutrIO, fToronary o ; tsloerO AdOni, for Nooha; Gutorie, for l.onglcg reolownsg, for iooleh4 mp too, 4 plo.; ;Derwoat, for Towoorlleo, *i pl.m * CtorEoCn Itno1sRo-Arrolrao : Jaonary 7, City of Graitoc', 0.13 0.10.1 Australiin, OS) 0..m.; hlloonoer Sir John PFalklin oil lr. Dopairtures Jalllury 7, llelooficoll, for Sydney ; Torrauoro for Syduey. . , . ' ' Te;noao.--Dopartur: Jo0usry 7, AllowrieR for , ydlney, 7 a.1;. , Anniozn. -Arrived; .Jonuary 0, hbarquotto T.lianmito, front Port Natal; I1lo., Son Ii'Dlhu, from Sunduvul. 7ith, Firth of Loroe,.bqo. fropm Glosgow; (s.) Perth, from eihlbourne/ Rl.I.S. Oarn;no, pasaing Cape ornda, inward, 7.10 r.m, Deolnrtluleo; Ja;n;;;;aryO, Bqo;, Highland F.%rost; (n.) Victorian, for H...
JOURNEYMEN HAIRDRESSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
JOURNEYMEN HAIRDRESSERS. The Journeymen Hairdressers Society met at the Barleymow Hotel, Park-street, last evening. The chair was occupied by Mr. W. McKay, the president. The re port of the committee appeared to inquire into the question of Sunday- trading amongst the trade was submitted. The report dontained a list of those hair dreosers who kept open on Sunday. The secretary was instructed to write to these persons asking them to discontinue the practice, and threatening police prosecs tions in the event of refusal. The question of early closing was dis cussed, and it was agreed amongst those preseont thlat they should speak to their employers on the subject and report the result of their linquiries at the next meet ing of the Society.
FARRIERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
FARRIERS' SOCIETY. The Assdciated Journeymen Farriers held their usual fortnightly meetihig at the Swan-with-Two-Necks Hotel last evening, when a large number of members attended. The president of the socifety, Mr. J. MIolloy, occupied the chair. The business done wasonly of a frivial nature, consisting of a resolution, which was adopted, that the levy of Is. per member per week towards the Lambton coal miners' dispute be discontinued until further information relative to the strike is received. The nomination and election of officers was then proceeded with, but after a long and fruitless endeavour to nominate an aspirant for the office of pre sident and the vice-president, it was de cided to postpone the nominations for these two offices till the next mooting. Mr. Bosden was unanimously re-elected secretary, and Mr. Parker was elected trensurer for the ensuing twelve months.
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEEGRAMS.' (Feor ova' owne coanaeron,swrs.) MELBOUIiNE, Turs DAY. Mhe Iinogue cruelty case was continued at the Geelong Police Court yesterday morning. The pr:sone:'s cruelty has arouted *a very stronig feeling. Tlhe mother's evidence was corroborated by other witnesses. Minoguo was committed for trial, bail being allowed tile prisoner in two hundred pounds, and two sureties of one hundred each. P robably, the plasturors' sLt:ike will be soon over, as some of .theo mastors are already acceding to the demands of the men. Teams of firemen from the Ballarat City brigades left in the N?ew Zealand steamer, to; take part in, the Intercolonial Fire Brigade Demonstration. A man named Pootning, 32, was killzi at Coburg by a kick in the stomach from a horse. Mr. G. W. Taylor is announced for St. Kilda as councillor. A. E. Moore is also a likely candidate. At a fire at Rorenglen's pians place, one of the ceunpants jumped out of a winidow? into a blanket, and was injured so much...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
P:OLICE INTELLIGENCE. REDFERN. WEDNESDAY, JANUASY G. S (Before Mr. Meares, D.S.M.) RIorous Co?Dncor.-Jorgen Petersen, for riotous conduct in Henderson-road, was fined'10s., or three days. A NursANcE..-Daniel' M'Loughlin, 81, was charged with allowing nightsoil to flow from his cart in Regent-street. The stuff was traced for over a mile, and the defendant, who pleaded that he was a stranger, was fined 40s., or in default one month. BAD LANoUAGE.-M:ary O'Brien and Samuel Brooker, for using obscene lan guage, tere respectively fined 40s. and 20s., or in default;one month and 7 days ganol. ssoaLT.-. Arthur Wenman proceeded against Enoch Whitehurst for assault. The prosecutor stated that on Now Year's 'morning, at about 1 o'clock, he was in the Evening Star Hotel playing cards for drinks. Afterwards. he had an argument ,'-ith the person he'was playing with snd he brouglt in the defendant, who struck him, threw him on the floor, and holding him there, punimched him in the face. Askingfor ...
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. Alderman Hancock, in the Balnain Borough Council last evening, congratu lated thle Mayor (the Hon. Jacob Garrard, Minister for Works), and moved, "That this council congratulate the Mayor upon his succession to the important position of Minister for Works." Alderman Han cock, in moving the motion, thought that all the present Ministry required was a fair field and no favour. The important borough of Balmain should feel dignified in the selection of its chief to such a high position, and he was sure that Mr. Garrard would discharge his duties in a thoroughly conscientious manner. Alderman Cameron seconded thie motion, a'dding that from his personal knowledge of the mayor he was equal to his pre decessors in the office he had undertaken to manage. Aldermen Buchanan ind Luke also added: their small quota bf praise, feelisig sure that Sir John Robert son could not have selected a bhetter man than Mr. Garrard. Mr. Garrard,in reply; .thanked the aldermen for .tie k...
MR. YOUNG AT TAREE. TAREE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
MR. YOUNG AT TAREE. o: : (Fnr OU OW;N CORREESPONDENT.) STAIREE, T;ns DA. Mr. Yoin , when returned yesterday unopposed, gave. an explanation of the reasons Which induced him to acceptofilce. He also gave an outline of the 'Ministerial policy. "He believed in selling land in reasonable quhntities, and said that fresh taxation must be imposed. The Land Act was to be amended and an alteration made ,in the measurements of conditional pur chases; The Civil Service Bill was to be Samended, the Local Government Bill to be dealt with, also a Sanitary Bill. The speech wab a very long one, but not very brilliant. Mr. Young left overland for Sydney this morning.
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
SOCI0AL. On Tuesday last MIrs. iMartin opened her new room,.situated at the rear of the nor Oddellows' Hall, Elizabeth-street.. The room is fully 80ft. long and about 40ft. wide, and when finished and deco rated, as intended, will form one of the largest.and best ventilated in tie city. 'The flogt, although a trifle hard now, will, after a little use, he excellent.
THE WHISTLING GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
,. THIE ~WISTTNGI ~GIRLL.,~ l avs?on neverhcar I, at, dawn of day, ' A rolheleng, roasing roandslay- Clear as a blaclkbird's tuachll saote, Yet eoIL Is tho? I t made iiai L w:rILer thrOat, 'Tlo tlae iatih strata , it te WVhiatlIug Girl. Vho blamrcs hr lir 'le errsast ho a charii . .. i For slo Is the haoohilrt fret aRl pearl. At VasSar tho darlhng learuea rio h trlok. (if ahistliag wits oalier IIltaIana hga.. At gliht tlhey wohll "nutirke the monitor sick" Iy toosting Istil tle lIreak of lay. And to hear ton whiahliag iiraldcass wheezo All in the gloasiatha soft as yoa pilctvo, Wolid have mdelo as angel halt and snooze. Sha sassloam shoallt at the luachoasn haalr,' And lihr puckerlng litls have a ayra's polaer. A dainty Circa in aillk aad loce, At thle big Iriso takes her placo, And the gratn olil sasters' muiaoe hurls As yea, ohile her lips she al1'lys alarla And toots like a troop of wlhstllng girls. At, eva slho fltihes tlhe dimondasfianel la, Ail li.r eyes grow diep sald hr chee...
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. KEMPSEY, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
COUNTRY TELEGRAMS. [IsROa OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTRS.J KEMPSEY, Trtes DAr. light is appealing in the maize. The Rev Ebonezer Jot, Wesleyan minister, has dotected a fungoid growth in the plant. The growth too is rapid after rain. The blight is spreading rapidly. TOCUMiWAL, Tnrs DAY;. The bush fire reported yesterday has continued to spread, in spito of all exeror tions. Light showers have fallen during the night, and it is still showery. It is hoped this will quench it. Messrsl Gibson, Crowe Bros., Brown (of Langunyah), and Lairing, selectors, with large holdings, have each lost nearly every acre of their grass, and in some instances it was only by im-. mensa efforts thant tie homesteads and stacks were saved. There is every appear aice of a continuous drizzle to-day. NEWCASTLE, Tsrs DAY. Yesterday Charles Johnson, charged with indecently exposing himself in a state of nudity at Waratah,; on various occa sions, was brorghlt up on remand, and convicted. li Rvas sentenced to sio months' h...
COUNTRY NEWS. GOULBURN, JAN. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS.. ~~~...: cuii' Ii~rS . '(ro" ovens own conaetsroxOnHT.) GOULBURN, JAN. 0. At thbe monthly mceting of the Yass P. and A. Associant;on, held yesterday, it was resolved that as the Minister for Justise was in town, he be asked to have .2250 to £300 placed upon the estimates an a special grant. Mr. Heydon was eventaally asked, and promised to do all that he'couldinthe matter. .W. F. Garner; son of Mr. Frank Garner, of Wargrovb, 'near Yeass,. metwith a serious accident whilst riding on his brother's sta t'on. His horse steumbled and threw bimu against a tree; when a twig entered his forehead over the left eye: He waKs taken to Tumut and attendc d to by a doctor. The Goulburn and Wagga Volunteer Rifle Teams are announe:d to meet on Anneversary Day. At the Convent of St. Jooseph., North Goulburn, yesterday, the vows necessary for their admittance as sisters were made to five young ladies. Those professed were Sisters Mary Laurence (Coonan), Mary Angela (Maher), Mary Bridget a...
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
AMUSEMENTS. 'rhe bills of the several places of amuse ment in towvn continue the same. At the New Opera House, "Queen's Evidence "'is in rehearsal to replace "Across tihe Con tinent,"-when that drama, which is now now having a successful run, is withdrawn. The-Australian Waxworks, and the Glass-. blowcrs and Waxworks Exhibition • in George-streethaveonjoyedan exceptionally gocd share-of ;ublic patronage diuring thle holidays. ' ' WOODYEAR'8 CIROUB. As the stay of Madame Woodyear's Circus in Sydney is rapidly drawing to a close, those who have not yet paid it a visit would do well to do so before it is too late. On Saturday .there will be a second uiatineo for children, and if.the success of that-on Saturday last mny be taken ars an index, thelargeotent should be well dllcd.
NOTES FROM MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
NDTE8 FROM MUOGEE. .at OUa OWN BEPOaTER.) Sir John Robertson has certainly not shown. muich physical weakness on .his "native heath" at Mudgee.. The man who travels 180 miles by rail, and sits up till 2 a.m., cannot be said to be physically incapable--yet this is what Sir .John Robertson did at the beginning of the week, and followed up the performance next day by rising at 6, travelling in a vehicle all round the environs of Mudgee, iaking a long speech at a banquet, and consulting with friends and constituents till nearly 3 o'clock the following morning. Not abad performance for one who was reported to have one foot in the grave. Efforts are now being made to revive the mining industry of the Mudgee dis trict. In the vicinity of the once-famous goldfields of, Gulgog and Home Rule there are still a number of leads and reefs which have never been worked, and several enterprising'residents of these places have purchased machinery and leases for the. purpose of testing them,.while a n...
WHARF LABOURERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
WHARF LABOURERS' UNION. : The usual weekly meeting of the What' Labourers' Union was held last evening at St. Bridget's Schoolroom, Kent-street. SThe President (Mr. J. Elliott) occupied the chair, and. there was a very large attendance. SAfter the transactiquj of some routine business, the quarterly balance-sheet of the union was read by Mr. M'Killop. It showed that, notwithstanding the heavy expenses in connection with Dalgety's strike, there was an increase in the funds of £167 18s. 3d. in the past three months, and thatgthe union'had contributed £10 to the Sydney Infirmary and £50in aid of the wharflabourers' strike at Newcastle. The total amouit in bank was £840 8s. The balance-sheet was addpted, and a vote of thanks passed to the auditors. SMessrs. Darby and Wells then read out Sthe list of donations and promises in aid of the forthcoming picnic, which amounted in all to £48 17s., and included the sum of £1 is. subscribed by Lord Carrington. Mr. M'Mahon, the well-known carrier,...
MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
MINING TOPICS. SBluff Amalgamated Gold-mining Com pany, Oplhir, December 24, 1885.-Tunnel in 105ft.;. have about 15ift. more to drive before getting under the shaft. Have three shifts in tunnel, as the rook uip to the present has been very hard. Company's shaft down GOft.; the first quartz in the shaft has just been cut; eo poet to cut Nelson's reef shortly, and have about 18ft. to sink before joining tunnel. No. 1 tributors have a learge reef of hard quart?c showing a good heal of inundie and galena. No. 2 tributors have .a shaft down more than P0ft. in fair rock. After the holidays we will. com anence to drive a level in No. 1, with, the Sview of stoping out thoobld-bearinge'art: out in sinking this shaft.: Mount Gipps Silver-mining Company, Limited, Silverton.-The mining manaser reports by telegraph :-" In underlie shaft li0ft. deep, lode much improved, good quahty. galena 8in. thick, and incmoreas ilg. New perpendicular' shaft 20ft. deep. Just struck lode carrying veins, grey or...
THE HARBOUR DISASTER. INQUEST ON THE BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
THE HARBOUR DISASTER. INQUEST ON THE nODIES. The Acting-Coroner (Mr. W. T. Pinhey, J.PS;) held an inquest to-dayat the Soudan Hotel upon the bodies of Ruth Herford, SIary Catherine Williams, and John King, who were drowned off Garden Island, on New Year's Day. Isaac Herford said--I am the brother of the deceased, Ruth Herford, whose body now lies at the morgue. She was 22 years of age, and resided with her father at 799, George-street. I last saw her aliv: at imidnight on the 31sttiltimo. She vas a native of Smithfield, near Parramatta. Albert Williams deposed-The body I shae how seen in the morgue is.that of my sister Mary Catherine Williams, who re sided at No. 6, Gladstone-terrace, Elizabeth street, Redfern. I last saw her alive at 9 a.m. on the morning of the disaster, when she left with her sister Raohel Ida, to join the boating prt. ) Albert Watcon deposed-I reside at 843, Bourke-street; Darlingliurst. One of the bodies hnow lying inathe morgue is-that of Joln King, whom I hav...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
THE MAILS. Mails will be made up at the General Post 01co for the undermentioned plaeos as follows : Toss DAY. SlsLDOUnNt, overland ... . . 4,7p.m. .AoeAIDE, ovorland, vlTMelbourn ... 7p.m. *HOBAOT','2AD IAKOESoTONi, overland to Melbouirne, asl thonce per stcamor 7p.m. o EAn prViotori ... ... 4p.m. vITED "KlDO AO e AHD CONTeIET OP EnoPE--Oveorlausd toeMelbournoanad . thenco per Orient steamer Potosi 6 p.m. .WEoTEns AusTnAsIA.-Overolaua to MIol isourno, nSd thonco per Bouth us tralin s .. ... . .. . 7 p.m. ?ALEAT EIVEO, per Corat ... ... 8 p.m. FIIDAT. ULLADULL and CLYDE-per Hunoter ' .. 9 a.m. HlOnAnT and LTAU?CESTO., tvlo Eden, le e .... .... ... .;. Ilam.· AUC?eiAD and all NEW ZEALID ports, per To Amue .... ... " ... 1 p.m. IhCuOHD IsVEn, per Tomi ... ... 6 p.m. hIs .VsA ITEWCASTLE, per 1on.. . B p.m. . • . ,? SAUrnDAT. FlloNnoLiAAbsO EHes, perliegie .. *.,i lla.n JATAVIA AMD SINoAponE, Loura to Bris. baeno,and thence porlkoofdArgylo noo0n.. [sIsIsAnlE AD NTOneTHEnN POOTB, per - L...
DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 7 January 1886
DISPATCH OF HAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. Overland to RIelbourne, and thence per Orient ateumer Potosl, Thuraday, Januaryt. lieg tored Lettera, 4.30 p.m.; ordiny, m. Cd. the loza. newspapers, 4.30p .m:, Id. .?uc.lato lettera for the United Kingdom oldy will be * received up to .30 p.m.; extra eeo, Gd. or.rutea to plices oaher than tohe United King. a aonLsc "ostal Guide." A book just published in London asoerts t that sixty out of 250 Englslh actore 'o e ruunkairds.