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LATE SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.—JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

LATE SHIPPING. AIREIVAL.-JAr. 7. Valetta, R.M.S., 4911 tons, Commander J. Oram, from Plymouth, via Adlelaide and tfel. bourne. V. WVetr, agent. A description of this fine vessel's voyageo to IMelbourno has already been published in these columns;. On the run round from tho southern capital, fineo weather and light variable winds were experienced. The following saloon passengera are from 3eIlbourne: -Iesdames J. K. Clarke, Trabeek, Dorant, Van Baur, Delsoite, Misses Dodd, Bunton, Dnd (2), IMessrs. J. KE Clarke, Trebeek, Iledwood, R. Harrison, R. A. Dorren, WViseman (2), E. Elwell, Worall, L. E. Mioss, Allison, 0. Brady, W. A. Seward, F. 1V. Daly, A. Hampson. T. F. Knox, W. Clarke, S. Taylor, Banton, 1Rov. P. Butler, P-ofessor WVorren. The Blarrahool left Brisbane aot 4.45 p.m. on 6th instant, and reached Sydney at 10.30 arm, to-day. Had moderate S.E. and easterly winds to Solitary, from thencelight N.E. winds and fine weather to arrival . The following paosengers arrived to-day from ...

Publication Title: Globe
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EIGHT-HOUR DEMONSTRATION DEFICIT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE EIOMHT1 OUR .DEMON STRATIONC DEFIGOT.'' An inquiry into the" deficiency in the .Eight Hour Demonstration Com mittee's accounts took place in Mr. Bowe's oflice, Pitt-street, this afternoon. There were present Mr. Caddy (President of the Trade and Labour Council), acting as scrutineer; Messrs. Anderson and Cremin, of the Stonemasons' ; Messrs. Mitchell and Beckett, of the Tinsmiths'; Mr. M'Laughlin Financial Secretary of the late Committee; and Mr. Ferrier, the late Secretary. The Mayor was unable to attend, and sent a letter, asking the investigation to be postponed till to-morrow, when he would be present. The Treasurer of the late Committee, Mr. Hampson, did not put in an appedrance, nor did he send his books, but sent a letter declaiming against holding a pro fessional and public enquiry, but said he would be willing to supply all the information he could if the stonemasons and other societies would have an investi gation themselves. He refused to hand over the books. After Mr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE S.S. NORKOOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE S.S. NORKOOWA. A new steamship for use in the colonial con trade, and named the Norkoowa has, just arrived at MIelbourno, and the Argus of the 5th inst. gives the following foll account of the vessel: This new steamship, which arrived in port yester. day from the Tyne, is the first of the boats secured by Mr. J. M'Ilwraith for his ventures in the coal trade. The Tagliafeno, which is to run in con. junction with her, is expected to arrive here in a week or two. The Norkoowa has already been described in the Argus, but it may be again men. tioned that she is a steel screw boat intended specially for the coal trade. Shloe is 1,644 tons gross, and 1075 tons net register, and baher freat and payable pculiarity is that she can carry 200t tone of coal at a high rate of speed on a minimum consumption of fuel. Her engines are of the newest style of marine machinery, and she will be able to accomplish a speed of 13 knots on a consumption of something like 20 tons of coal per day. The Nork...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAWYERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

SAWYERS' UNION. Last night the 'sawyers held their quarterly meeting at the Swan-with-Two Necks, George-street, Mr. J. Cosgrove, the president of the Society, in.the chair. The secretary (Mr. Walter Smith) read a report of the expenditure for the last quarter, includinglegal andother expenses. The President read the new rules already adopted, previous to their being registered under the Friendly Societies Act. The perusal of their rules occupied some time and upon its conclusion the meeting' proceeded to elect auditors. Messrs. Agnew and Goddard were unanimously 'elected auditors and Mr. Symes was appointed assistant secretary. The President then read a letter to the meeting from the secretary of the Lamb ton miners, setting forth the facts in con nection with the strike, and inviting the Sawyers' Society to consent to a levy being made towards their strike fund. The president commented .briefly on the contents of the letter, and expressed him self averse to such a levy, seeing that...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

£50O0.-First Annual Salo of Gold nnd Silver Jowollerv, Watehos, Clocks, &o. 30s. good vnluo for £1, nil now Chrlstmao delsigns. Everybody cnu offord to give a p'reseon by pLrchbolng of tho on. orprlesig firm o1 J. Dorchrdl and Co., watcl mkes jowoelors, adu silversmiths, 728, Goorge. stecet, corner Cnmzpbell.stroot.-(Aovr. Ask for Dyason iro.'s Peach Jam.-rAoV'.] Mlothersl If you wish to keeoop your childron hcalthy, uootheo liudgerco Disocafeotnt and Fever Ilentroyer.-AovV. The Queen decorated several non-com missioned officers and men at Windsor Castle on Nov. 25 with the distinguished conduct medal for gallantry displayed by them during the recent operations in the Soudan. Ask for Dyason ros's. Strawberry and Goose berry Jaum.-[AvTr.] WOLFe'a SCIIIsArroS s a good medicinal bever. ago for regulating the organll of tbo body. Bo sure you obtain WOLYE's.-AavT. Public NotICes. A UCTIONEER'S"- N~ 'TICE. W. FRASER MARTIN, for many years carrying on business as Auctioneer sad Com...

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COUNTRY NEWS. SUNNY CORNER, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

COUNTRY NEWS. (reoe. OU OWN COREePONDENTS.) SUNNY COERNER, Jia. 7. Sunny Corner is just at present passing through a ringing ordeal. The strike that was thought to have been satisfactorily settled has turned out again through the manager refusing to take on one of tile committee men. An indignation meeting is convened to be held on the 7th instant to take into consideration the action of the manager of Sunny Corner Mine in reference .to the offleers connected with the-Sunny Corner District Association and Protective Society. Mr. W. Hurley wil: address the meeting. A detailed, account will be seen in the Bsnny. Corner Silver Press of the whole proceedings of the miners strike. .Mr. J. Shepherd, M.L.A., addressed a large meeting at Sunny Corner and fully explained to them what he had done in connection with the coming land sale. The occupiers of allotments have pinned their faith to him, they cling to him as a child does to its mother when crying for bread a prophetic remark,for, alas...

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TRADES' AND LABOUR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

TRADES' AND LABOUR COUNCIL. A special meeting of the Trades' and Labour Council was hold at the Swan with-two-Neks, loost eveuing, to take into consideration the non-payment, by certain societies, of the levy made in favourof the Lnmbton miners. The following organisa. tions were represented :-Journeymen Farriers, Wharf Labourers, Eskb.ank Iron workers, Cooks and Pa]n:ycooks, United Painters. United Labourers, Typographical Association, Harne "makers, Coopers, Bootmakers, Coachmakox's, Ironuoulders, Masters and Engineers, Upholstorers, and Hunter's River Miners. An apolcgy for the absence of the' Proei dent having been read, Mr. T. iiee; .Vice President, took the chair, and opened: the proceedings. THE LALIBTON STRIKE.' The Secretary of the Council (Mr: T. Symonds) reported that a number of" societies not having paid the levy of' is. per financial'member, made on behalf of thn Lambton miners, a committee had been appointed to ivait upon them, to ascer-' tain the reasons whythey had ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CENTRAL. FRIDAY,, JANUARY 8. (Before Mr. L. Yates, D.S.M.) DISORDERLY WorEN.-Mary Williams (18), Mary Jones (18), and Jane Johnstone (17), were charged with being common prostitutes and behaving in a riotous manner in Belmore Park. Williams and Jones were sentenced to three months' hard labour, and John stone, the younger prisoner, to six months. ,The first-named prisoner was also son tenccd to. three months' hard labour for ascaulting Raphael Samuels. The police 'gave all three prisoners a bad character, and their behaviour and language in court was disgraceful. LANGUAGE.-Robert M'Carthy was fined £5, or'three months, forindecent language in Sussex-street; Wm. Daly, for obscene laniguage in the Dog and' Duck'Hotel, was fined 40s., or 14 days; James Smith was fined £3, or 3 months, for disgusting lan guago in Belmore Park; a similar penalty was inflicted upon Kate Kearne for a like offence in Pitt-street; Matthew Walsh was fined 40s., or 1 month, for pro fane la...

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LATE SHIPPING. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

LATE SHIPPING. TELEbGRAPHIIC SHIPPING. JANuARn 8. N rn8D rE.-Arrivals: January7, Crrmjong, from Nockoam ton ; Eurimhbln, from Sydney, 540 pm. ; Fitzroy, Wrrogo, from CooLtown; Aethoobert, bqe; from Liverpool. Departures: January 7, Leichordt, Taldron, for Bundaberg; H.ML gun hoat Raven, for Sydney. ADEnLAIDEn.-Arrivals: Jnmmnry7,l.SLS. Garoono from London; Galatea, brig, from Lauritius; Torrcno, ship, from London; Adelaide, Khandallt, strs., from Melbourne. Departure: Januamry 7, Whampoa, for Molbourne. oeLooonNE.-Arrlvanls: Jammnry 7, Cintr, from Sydnoy; 8, Parnell, schooner, from Now Zealand. Departrcs : 7, Falls of Earn, four.masted ship, for London: Elamang, for Sydney; Patoona, for Launeeston. VAsOE.--Departuro: January 7, Cingalose, barcque, for Adeolnide. BIc?ooonDHaDs.-Doparturoes :Januoary 8, Am. pbhitrate, schooner, for Sydney, 10.5S0.m.; steamo Archorpassed north 7.45 a.m. CLonAcNf HEAn, January 8.-Schoonor Sir John Franklin still off bar. SEL BOnes, January 8--Pssood, To...

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ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

ROYAL STDNEY TACHT SQUADRON. This club held its monthly meeting at the Exchange Buildings yesterday after noon. There were present Commodore J. R. Fairfax, in the chair, but as he left early, Vice-Commodoreo. A. G. Milson took his place; J. R. Love, R. J. Black, W. J. Trickott, A. Fairfax, J. Gilchrist, R. Binnie, W. Briggs, W. Tucker, Q. L. Doloitte, W. J. Manson, A. J. Williamson, L. Ogilby, S. A. Want, E. Fosbery, W. Reeks, W. B. Mitchell, and Henry Corn. well (secretary). The minutes of the pre. vious meeting were read and confirmed. Messrs. J. F. Fitzhardinge, W. Cooper, and A. A. Grifliths were elected new members. It was decided to substitute a picnio for a dinner, as originally.proposed, to Lord Car. xington ; and February 6th was fixed for the purpose, subject to its being convenient to his Lordship.. The commodore and vice-commodore were requested to wait on Lord Carriid2g?6 and accrtain his pleaiuro, and tll?o to ask him to become patron of the Lvluadron. Mr. Love pro po:...

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MINING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

MINING TOPICS. Glen Elgin Gold Slucing Company, No Liability, Janumiary 4.--With the end of the year, I have finished all preparation at the ground. The buildings will be finished this week; when timber is ready will sink the tial shafts at the cutting to propa-re depths, and as soon as engine is up will sta' slucing the surface, in which I obtained very good proipecta. Victoria Silver-mining Company, Limited. Januaty 5.-During the week ending 5th instant, the buildings, black smith's forge, and erecting shed over shaft, have been completed. Everything is now in good working order, with day and night shifts pushing on the work to cut the gossan lode. The holidays being over the contractors commenced work yesterday, dris;ng main tunnel with.three shifts of men. PINNAcLE Group' SiLva MININGu ComrPANY, LIMITED.-A numerously at tended meeting of the shareholdors of the Pinnacle Group Silver Mining Company was held at the oilice of the company yesterday. The meeting was called to conside...

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THE HARBOUR FATALITY. INQUEST ON Mr. SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE IHARBOUR FATALITY. INQUEST ON Mr. SENIOR. The Acting-coronor, Mr. W. Pinhoy, J.P., commenced an inquest at tleo Courthosoe, North Shore, this morning, upon the body of Arthur Hastings William Senior, who was drowned in the harbour on-New Year's Day, thrrugh being nmode fast to a boat which capsized. It will be remombeoed tlbat an inquiry was commenced on Satur day last, and after a mass of ovidence had bean taken, was Idjourned until Wednes day. . When that day came it waS found that one of the jurors had decamped, and as it was imporsible to proceed with a broken jury it was, of course,. discharged. Subrequently, Mr. Pineoy decided'to have the body exhumed, and the inquiry rc comumenied. A special jury was ompanolled to inquire into tlhe circumstances of tie cace, and after they had been sworn in, the Coroner, in opening the inquest, said: " I have called you together to inquire into the cause of the death of Mr. A. H. W. Senior. I need hardly explain that on Saturday last an i...

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NOTES AT THE INQUEST ON MR SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

NOTES AT THE INQUES' ON MR SENIOI. Poor Sceltar, the scientific isemlsbl"sd'ift'h Geographical Society's Expedition, has had his biography twice written-once when rumours of the annihilation of his party reached Sydney, and within the last wooek, owing to his untimely death. This iunfortunnte fellow' only escpoed death amonget the Papuaanr to drown anmost as soon ans he renelhed home in waters to which he had heoon customed nearly all bis life. uit o?en thouen he was not allowed to rest quietly' in his grave, for the sudden disappearance of one of the jury sunnnoned to inquirho into the cir cumstances of his death, has neoessit:cted an exhumation of his bodyfrom its grave in St. Thomas' Cemetery. The ceremony took place this morning prior to the inquest being recoammenced . 1'he jury which gained such. notoriety at the first inquirymadoesuchian impression upon, and so shocked Mr. Piuhey, that for this morningaspecial jury of houeeholders of North Shore.was sumnmoned. They were as fo...

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WOODYEAR'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

WOODYEAR'S CIRCUS. There will be a matinee performance, at Woodyear's circus, Belmoro Park, to morrow afternoon. The statistics of money given by Welsh Congregationalists indicate great vitality and prosperity in that church. Last year £CCOO was collected to apply on church debts. The German landowners are demanding protection against American wheat. WOLFE's SCINAP'S er a sbUprlativo tout[ aud aoti-dyus?etic cordial, with a pure spDrltuous basust.-A VT. • Ask for Dyason Bro.'seooseberryJam.-rAaT.1

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THE POLITICAL GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE POLITICAL GAME. Apparently everybody who is en gaged in the political game has de cided to play a lone hand, the latest instance of this policy being furnished by Mr. ABmio, who. writes to" say that heo had nothing, to do with the speech made by Mr. PEnOUSSON at Glen Innes on Saturday,. and re ported in Monday's Globe. Very possibly ! Nobodyp· supposed he had. It does not take two people to make one speech as a rule, and it does not need a prophet to see that only by bold and direct measures; such as those advocated by Mr. FagnUSSOsN, can the heavy deficit be met.. If the plan suggested by Mr. FERGaTsson for meeting the liabilities of the colony be rejected, something equally severe and drastic will have toebe accepted. That the third party, or rather the Indepen dent members of the House, who will have 'to form the third party, have looked forward to placing themselves under the leadership of Mr. AnBnor is quite understood. If, of course, Mr. A~eoT½ does not choose to assume th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CUSTOMS-HOUSE AND THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

THE CUSTOMS-HOUSE AND THE REVENUE. As a general rule, ;people spend all the money they have, investment being but another form of expenditure in. which the money is spent by JonN the borrower instead of JA?aEs the owner, a specific , portion of the profit falling to the latter in return for the tem porary or lasting use of his cash. If finan ciers would only realise this fact, they would not talk such nonsense as they do, when they attempt in a' time of temporary embarrassment to raise extra revenue by means of increased duties upon imports. They may be quite certain'that heavy diuties leSsen legitimate importation, and that a' nation which has less money to spend this year than last will. forego in stinctively those commodities which have been artificially enhanced in price. In deed, so thoroughly understood is the operation of. increased import duties in discouraging import trade that our forefathers invariably used those duties as a weapon of warfare. Thus, during the early part ...

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SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

SPORTING TOPICS. At the handball court, at the ising Sun Hotel, on Saturday, at 3 o'clock, M. Langan and J. Jones play J. Keenan and Dwyer for £25 a-side. This will be a very interesting match, andno doubt there will be a large attendance of lovers of handball. To-morrow the Sydney Driving Park Club hold their third annual meeting, commencing at 2 o'clock. In an article below will.bo found the latest information concerning the horses, &o. A correspondent submits the following to the Meolbourne 8portsman, for, its decision -" At the Eaglebawk sports on New Year's Day, T. M. Malone was run ning from scratch. In. the second heat, two of .the competitors being over their marks, Malone, while quietly standing with his arms folded, asked the starter, who was behind scratch, to see that thei men were on their proper marks, to which the starter replied that the marksman would do so; but before he (the starter) bad finished the sentence, the pistol went off. The starter himself seeme...

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DISPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

DISPATCH OF MAILS FOE TIHE UNITED KINGDOM. Overland to Melbourno, and thence per p. and O. Comlany'n stoeamer Maassilia, Wedaesday, January 13. Regist,'ed Lotters, 1.30 p.mn. ordinary, for Perth (W.A.). India, China, and Continent of Europ at 2.30 p.m. ; but for the United IKinadom only at 3 p.m., Gd. the .oz.; newspa]ers, 1.30p.m., Id.eaoh. Late ]otters for thoe United Kingdom only will hbo received up to 4 p.m.; oextra fee, Gdl. For rates to alaces other than the United King. dom sea "'Postl Guode." Cor espoonace:c intended for transmuission by tlha P. nud 0. Companpg's steamers naat be endorsed "via Brindisi.'

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WIND AND WEATHER REPORT. January 8, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

WIND AND W4EATHER REPIORT. January 8, 9 a.m. SYDNy.-N.E., fline, tncrmromter76 in shade, ALBner.--N.E., showcry. . . IlDLLI?A.-Clondy, cnlm, bar smooth. llBAUn aoer.--Calm. sea smootlh. leATousT.--N.W., cloudy. ]IATI:JuAN' BIA.--S.VW., rainy, Csea snooth. BELL?NOE IIEA?o.-NN.E.. fine, sea moderato. CULanENcen IE?s.-N.N.E., fine, sea moderate. EDEN.-N.N.W., raining, sea light. GeArron.-Cnalm, fine. JEUnvs BAY--N., fino, sonea aoderateo. KIAzA.--N.E., fine, sea heavy. MnCLccen Henas.--N.E., flne, sea oderatoe~ IlnITLAnn.-Calm, fino. MAcNNINOG HiAns.-E., flue, sea modorate. iNanonUCC IEnAns.--Calm, fine, sea nadorate. NEwcAer.E.-N., fine, sea smooth. P?oT McneranE.-N;E., fine, sea modorato., ,oer Se?r En'ennB.-N.E., cloudy, sea smooth. SEAL R0ioe .-N., hazy, sea smooth. SOUT HREA.-N.E., fine, sea smooth. TenAna.-W., fine, sea moderato. 'Tessen Hn.nes.-N., finn, sea modOrate. ULLaD.ULLA.-S., ine, nse smooth. WVoLOna?xo.-N.E., flin, saea anodorate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 8 January 1886

Special Advertisements. THE GLOBE. SUNDAY TIMES. Intending subscribers to either paper are, requested to SEND THEIR NAMES to this Office, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SUBSCRIPTION: G LOBE.-8 PAGE PAPER. PRICE ID. Qunarterly, in advance, Gs. 6d.; booked, Is Gd. S U''NDAY TIMES 8-PAGE PAPER. PRICE 2." Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked; 2s. Gd PARRAMATTA.- Persons .requiring The Globe and Sunday Times news papers can have them delivered by Mr. S. Scandritt, Church-street.. W OOLLAHRA. - Mr. W. H. Car michalel (few doors from Peost office) will Deliver Sunday• Times to, Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. -PADDINGTON.--A A. Goldsmid (op posite old Post-office) will Deliver SudSay Times to Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. CITY.-DMr. Caustein, Clarenibo-street, will Deliver Sunday Timesto Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. !CITY.--Mrs. Davis, Kent-strooet, will . Deliver Sunday Times to 'Poersons sending in their Name...

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