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The following appeared last night in our Third Edition. THE DEATH OF MR. SENIOR. THE OFFICIAL IQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY, 3.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS, (Fson ouvaowN: CORREPONDENTS.) MELBOURNE, Tnxs DaT, 3.10 p.m. ETho rain has cleared off, and the weather is fine and cool with a rising barometer. Elizabeth Ann Wright, aged 14, was burnt to death at Richmond. She pro ceeded to light a spirit-lamp, when it ex ploded, igniting her clothing. The lower portion of her body and hands were dread fully burnt. She died in grpat agony. A newly erected massive brickwall at Riebmond Station has given way;,neces-. enating the employment of large gangs of sen to prescrve the public safety.
THE EXECUTION OF MORRELL MELBOURNE, THIS DAY, 3.10 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE EXECUTION OF MORRELL (PROM O OWN CORRESPOpDENT.) MELBOURNE, Tess DAY, 3.10 P.r. An examination of the neck of Freelaund Morrell, recently hanged, shows that the vertebra ivero not broken, death result ing from strangulation. The wind pipe was completely severed by the rope, and the flesh cut through all round. No blame is attached to the authorities, the circumstances being ab normal, owing to the strength of the neck, and bone, and sinews.
THE STRIKES AT MELBOURNE. ADELAIDE, THIS DAY (NOON). [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE STRIKES AT MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, THIS DAY (NooN). This morning about 200 of the unem ployed assembled at the Bristol Tavern, when J. Clements addressed them on the question of accepting work as wharf labourers at Melbourne. He said he was not aware whether the wharf labourers on strike had justice on their side or not, but he stigmatised the conduct of those men, who had gone from this colony as dishonourable and in-British. He had heard that a number of Adelaide men had merely gone to Melbourne to get a cheap passage, with no intention of working on the wharves. These he denounced in bitter terms, and asked all men to refrain from going to Melbourne They should let the Melbourne wharf labourers fight by themselves. This caused loud cheers and cries of "We won't go." The men at present unemployed have resolved to wait on the Government to ask for work. 3.10 p.m. The plasterers' strike has nearly ended. Only a dozen more remain out. The wharf labourer...
THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE UNEMPLOYED. The preliminary steps for a meeting the unemployed were taken to-day by a number of working men interested. It is intended to hold the demonstra tion at the old rendezvous--the Queen s statue, top of King-street. It is said that there are a considerable number of men out of work just now, and if this be true the gathering is likelyto be a large one.
BANOUET TO SIR ALEXANDER STUART. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
BANOUET. TO SIR ALEXANDER STUART. A meeting of prominent politicians and citizens has been summonedfor to-morrow evening, at the Oxford Hotel,King-s~treet, The object is to organise a banquet to Sir Alexander Stuart priorto his departure for London,where heis to officiate as Exeentive Commissioner for the Colonial and Indian Exhibition. Messrs. Trickett and Hum phrey, M.P.'sare the secretaries, and the affair is likely to prove a great success.
COMMISSION ON EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. CAIRO, JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
GOMMISSION ON EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. [EETERa's TELEGRAMa.] OcIRO, JaN. 11. The first meeting of the Commis mion appointed for the discussion of ifairs in Egypt has been held,'his Highness the Khedive, Sir Henry Drummond Wolff, and Moukhtar. Pasha being present. The Turkish Commissioner opened the proceedings, and declared that only an Egyptian army composed entirely of Mussul mans would pacify the Soudan. Heo afterwards telegraphed to the Sultan, informing him that Turkish troops were neecssruy to quell the rebellion.
HERBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
HERBERTON. •The Herberton correspondent oý. the' INoithern Echo says:-With the definite settlement of the railway. route it is also hoped .that some portion, of the immense: sgricultural area within a few miles of *Herberton will be thrown open for selec tion. 'Since the settlement of the terminus 'a number, of intending selectors have. visited, the' district, hut being unable to obtain land have gone away. Duiring the' week a couple of farmers from the Mary borough district visited us and had a good look roundtheplace. They were delighted at. the beauty and fertility of our scrub lands, and were any available would have, gladly settled down. ' Were' 50,003 acresathrown open for selection in blocks from E0 to 160 acres,'a large amount of set tlement would at once take place, which would be a source of traffic on the comple tion of the railway. Although farming is in its 'infancy here, 'enough has been done to prove the im mense capabilities of the soil. At Scrubby Creek wheat has be...
CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
CRICKET. FmTnnEs For JAnAnr.. 16. Surry Unitedidv. Nowtown (Cup), Agricultural - .Ground " 16. 'oenworth v. Lorne (Cup), Agricultural Ground .. I6.: Corio v, Carthona (Cunp) Agrtculturil Ground 16., Belvidure v. Warwick, Domaio 16; OurtBoys v. Clifton, Stnumoro ... i. Carlingford v. Gldesvlle, Gludesvnrnillle 23. Boliedor v. IVwarick (contininud, Domain 23: Stanmoro v. Carlinglford, Norwood Paro os 23., Sry:Unitcd'.; No.wtown (continucd), Agrios. n . orala Gronund .. Corio v. Cathoc (ontlinaecd),'AgrioultO e Ground y3. dydo v. Eastern Suburbs (Caui,) Agricsltural S...Ground* ? 23. erouforud v. Orr boys, Our hoys Ground 23. Rugby v. Oriental. Norwood Pork 23-25. Sthseu-nited.v. Croydon, -SurrJ Unitod 23-25. 'Intercolonial Match ' At the Ipswieh sports on Boxing Day, £180 was received for admission at the gate. : In the final for the 150 yards handicap of 53, the followingrs otartod: Alexander .Chaolmers, Daby, yds.; 3. 'Wienieke; Yeulha, 4yds.; F. W. LowS, Euoma, 16yds.;- B. Sim, Ips...
AQUATICS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
15. Mercantile Rowing Club'B Anna l Meeting 16. Double Bay Amatoer Sailing Club. 26. National Regatta. Entries close Saturday January 10. a,. Smith's Handicap Trophy ace. Woolloomooloo Bay Regatta 33. Pyrmont REgattr, 20. Balmain Annual Regatta. ROYAL SYDNEY YACIT n QUAD.ON. Tourth-class race, prize £20 January 9. Third-olass race, prize £25, January 16;. Second-class racoe, prize .£25, January 2&3 Sirsto-elass race, prizeo 3,. January 30. Commodore's prize, X0SO, February 0. BTYBET AMATEUR SAAILTIG CLUD. Tnc following is the programme of the races to be sailed during season 18g-8s ; January 9.-Open boats, 24 feet; half.deokedl. boats, 20 feet, and under. January 23.-Open boats, 22 feet; open'boats, 20.feo. ' February 6.-Half.decled boats over 2' feet; half-declted boats, 22 feet. .- . February2 a.-Hurry-sturry race for open boats do. de., for half.decked boats. March 6.-Half.deoked boats, over22 feet aul nmet exceeding 25 feot; half.decked'boats,.20 feet and under. ' March ...
ROSE HILL RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
.ROSE BILL RACING CLUB The following are the entries for the ablove meeting, which will take place on the 23rd instant: TUs aHnUDLE yeAC-Two and a-half H miles. Javelin, 6 years Cecil, 5 years 6Scaloloff, aged Raven, aged The Hatter Verdi, 6 years :Drummer, 6 years The F'iah, aged Moonlight, aged Kingston, aged * Cymbal, aged Michael, aged Reejeeted, aged Baronbt, 6 years, .Hector, aged . - . THE pFLYIN HANDICAP-7 farlongs. g Preston, 6 years Espiegle, 4 years -Sundial, aged Katlhleen, 4years Peaon, 3 years Specultion, 5 ycars Zareba, 3 years St. Aubyn, 5 years Sorelia, 8 years Rosebud, 3 years Cairo, 3 years - Lecture, 3 years Coulston, 6 years His Worship, 5 years lon Accord, 3 years Peeress, 4years leuamcah, 3 years . Bullion, 6 years Arista, 4 years Freemason, 4 years WaUlasgas, 6 years Booi, years .. . Cestuas, 6 years Jackson, 6 years or,aged. Desmond, 5 years Morceau, 5 years The Monk, 5 years Bourke, 6 years Keith, S yars Prodigal, 5 years Presentation, 3 years Recruit, 6 ye...
TASMANIAN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
~TASIMANIA~N TU?iP CLUB. The acceptances for the andermentioned events in connection with the Summer MIeeteing of the Tasinanian Turf Club, to be held at Launceston on February 18 and 19, a~re as follows: Two-mEaB-oLD HANDC?AP-7 furlongs. Minera - e G The Jeweller Begin | Wata I V.C0. LaUNCESTON CUP-1- miles. Duaition : The Knave Clarendon Kaohsi I Astronomer | Western ?dtesr I flallariB t Wild Wave Oranville I Wthornd ilod Chief Vision , VISITORS' uIxa. Lantern ' St. Lancelot .IDerision Visien Iske o0 Athol IWostern Solo ItoderickDhu h GoneralJackson Ticbborno Bonnie Bles ' St. Leonards St. Albert Gasbtoaer " Maori Chief lialinaat ]Guy Pawkes new?s1 " n?tDLE.-S-2; miles. West Cohst I Onyx | orrimss -2enenl Jack- Cajmute o SirJohn oore son I Ipose Tho Fronchmac n ba'a l oc I Townley 1St. Leonards -steohmon. . :BsvaEB STEEPLB-2) miles: BoabCooper West Coast Bereoord BStng jEdavord MZorrisno.
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
ATHLETICS. FIXTURES. J?nu~mro _ JAXusRar. 14 ad 16.-sNwcastle Sheffehld Handicap. BHadi. caps. Deaember 29. Acceptnccs, January 9. ?I?, 16. Hnrlingham Handicap, Irigh tn Park, '.' e 3?clbosune. Entriec, Sabirday, 9th; handi-. sais, 12th ;, acceptances, 14tb. 26. WolumlaAthlcltic Club Saorts. 2. Baithrst Slhefleld Handicap. Entries, Jan uar y9. Gahein.. 2-. Ea? r atIand Athletic Gathering. 2. 'Caledonian Sperta'Parkes 2. .BIneay Shetield Handicap (£.O) and Sports. 18 17 20. Sir Joseph Basn's ?adiCaf. stries 2 lose Febreary 5. sandicap, Poatr y 1,. Acscptancce, March 6. A"?IL. -. 24.2. Staw.cl? l(Vie.( Athletie Chab (E?ster Gift, .160(). Entries Harch 5.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
COWlSINGf. The New South Wales Coursing Club hold the lellowiug eeetiugu during theo yeur lay 14 ao d 15 at Wooeltoek--Dorby, Oaho, Car oieugtuu Cup, h~e. June 18 and 19, t eWoodstocdu -The St. Leger, SWateeoo Cup, nod oaterloo Puare. kaguot 8 aud , at Wuoodstock--Sydaey Cup, Panse, and Plate.
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE WHARF LABOIURERS' STRIKE. In the opposito page of this day's Globe will ?be found the latest par ticulars of 'the Melbourne wlharf labourers' strike, which is assuming an aspect of extaiordinary importance: It involves the relationship between associated capitalists engaged in a trade so large that few individual capitalists can successfully carry it on at all, and an indispensable class of workmen, whose labour forms thq one connecting link in the chain of distribution which must be kept intact. Without associated capital the costly organisations of the large carrying fleets which make the world's commerce possible could not be maintained, but without the hard manual labour of the class of work men now on strike those huigo vessels, which are the pride of the whole British Ilmpiro, must lie &: idle as a painted ship Upon a painted ooean. Every development of human in dustry that brains and capital united can imagine comes, after all, to depend upon labour to keep it goi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
Special Advertisements. tARRAMAlTTA. - Persons requiring S The Globe and Sunday Times news papers can hlave them delivered by Mr. S. Scandritt, Church-street. W OOLLAIRA. - Mr. W. H. .Car michael (few doors from Post office) will Deliver sunday Times to Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. P ADDINGTON.-A. A. oldsmid (op posito old Postr-ofice) will Deliver Sunday Times to Persons leaving their Names at his Shop. C?ITY.-Mr. Cantein, Clarence-street, Swill Deliver rsundoay TisestoPersons leaving their Names at his Shop. ITY.-MDrs. Davis, Kent-street, will Deliver Sunday Times to Persons sending in their Names to her Address. ESSES. RYDER and SON have been appointed SOLE AGENTS for the sale of this paper at Lithgow and surrounding district. ' SOnETHING WORTH KNOWING. Look out for the GREAT PRIZE DRAWING, when all consumers of PARRY and CO.'S Self-Raising Flour during the month of DECEMBER and until fArher notice, will participate in the Drawing. £100 will be given away in .1 prizes...
COMMERCIAL. "GLOBE" Office, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
COMMERCIAL. "Oen'" Omce, 1p.m, In the Import market there is a fair amount of business doing, though no transactions of a spOent. lative character are noticed. In the flear market the tone is firming every day, and as it is known that many of our bakers bought largely over a month back, as soon as stoehs are eahausted with them we expece a briokdeamond to set in, end prices adranco. The nueooets of the harvest from Adelaide are bad in the entreme, 3 bushele tothe acre being the full estismte. In sugars thece is a good deal doing in colonitl sugar, the opinion of many being that the market is at its lowest point, and must improve. No change in quotations, the demand forbest Queens. land whites being noticeable. In American salmon there is some enq?airy, and 6s. ed. to 7e. 3d. in the quotation, the latter being obtainable for the picked brando. The market is elee, with an Upward tendency. In cement we note the arrival of the Args, from London, with 4000 barrels, and the idooltan with ...