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COUNTRY NEWS. WOLLONGONG, JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
COUNTRY NEWS. (Fos o0 OWN COUBEBPONDENTS.) WOLLONGONG, JAN. 11. The output of coal from the Mount Keira mine for the year 1885 is 108,579 tons. This represents about ono-fourth of the coal sent out of the district for the year. There are five mines at work, namely, Mount Keira, Mount Pleasant, Kiount Kemble, Bulli, and Coal Cliff. The two former ship their coal from the Wollongong shoots, and the others from their respective jetties; and all, with tihe exception of Mount Pleasant, have their own steamers. In the course of the pre sent year there will be at least three new mines sending out coal, namely, Bioken Nose, Russell Vale, and North Illawarra. At Broken Nose large coke works are being erected. The residents here are very anxious that this should be made a port of entry, it being the third shipping port in im portance in the colony. The old court house, which is favourably situated, is in every way suitably adapted for a Custom House, and as the building is now uinocu pied, ef...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 12. CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
POLICE INTELLIGENCE; TUE?eDAY, JANuAYr 12. CENTRAL. (Before Mr. J. K. Abbott, S.M.) BAD LAsoUAoE.-Tho following persons were fined for using obscene and indecent language in thile street:-John Davis, .3 or 2 months; Richard Wilson, 40s or 14 days; Annie fegarty, 40s or 14 .days; Mary Ann-Mills, ti0, £5 or 3 months. WIFs DEsERTION.--David Wilson; a well-dressed young man, charged on a warrant with deserting his wife, was ordered to pay 15s. a week for 12 months towards her support, and to find sureties himself in £30, and one in £30, or go to gaol for 12 months. Prisoner stated it was impossible to find the sureties. MIscoanUcT. - For a great offence against decency in Prince Alfred Park John Wilson, a labourer, was fined £5 or ~two monthl. Michael Morriman, 10, dealer, for a simi lar offence was fined £3 or two months. RzoTous.-F?anny Young or Jones, 18, was fined 40s. or 14 days for riotous be haviour in Belmore Park. STEALING.-aGeo. Andorson, charged with stealing five tickets, va...
IMPORTANT MARINE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
IMIPVORTANT MARINE CASE. A very important marine case came on for hearing before Mr. Johnson, S.M., at the Water Police Court this morning, when ltKenneth Mackenzie, John Hill, lThemas Kerry, William Lawson, John Fulton, and George Emmott, seamen of the British ship Lady Cairns,were charged by warrant with combined disobedience on board ship on October 29, 1885. Henry Edwards, the master of the Lady Cairns, stated that 'on October'29, 1885, whilst at sea, he ordered the prisoners to put a large hawser down below, when they all distinctly and severally refused so to do. He then had them placed in irons. They all belonged to one watch. WIhn the next watch came on deck he asked them to complete tlhe work, and they also declined to do it or any other work unless he released the men in irons. He was thus forced to comply with their condi tions in order to get the vessel worked. Jolm O'Neil, the firset mate of the vessel, and James Lee, the second oHicer, corrobo rated the evidence givenb...
AD VALOREM DUTIES IN THE LEATHER TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
ADVALOREM DUTIESGIN THE LEATHER TRADES. A meeting of gentleman representing the Bootmake:s' Union and the Sadd!le, Collarland HIarncs-makers' Soolety, with a delegate from the Trades' and Labour .Council,' was held last evening in the IBaptist school-room, Abercrombie-stret ]tcdfern. Mr. Thos. Caddy occupied the chair. The meeting had been convened by the Bootmakers' Union for thle purpose of taking preliminary steps towards enlisting public sympathy in favour of an ad ealorcm duty upon impooted goods con nected with thi leather trades. The Chairman in opening the mecting said that among the trades rcpresehted at the meeting there was a necessity for a protective tariff, and he believed that where goods could be manufactured in the colony there should be a tax imposed upon the imported articles in order to stimulate colonial production. Mr. Baldry (of the Iootmaklers' Society) stated that a deputation from his society had waited upon three members of Parlia ment with reference to th...
WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
WHARF LABOURERS' PICNIO?. The picnio committee of the B Wharf Labourers' Union, met again last evening at the Captain Cook Hotel, Miller's Point. Mr. A. J.,Kelly presided, and about 30 members were in attendance. It was re solved that.£5 worth of toys should be pur chased and distributed among the children at the picnic. Messlrs.MolesweorbhandAllen wete electdd members of tho committee. A silver tea and coffee service, presented by Mr. T. Sport, it was decided should serve as the first prize in tihe ladies' race. In addition to the three postilions it was resolved that these should be foroutriders; the dresses for which had kindly been supplied by Woodyea:r's circus. Mr. Sharman's tender for the banquet was accepted, the affair to take place at the new Masonic Hall on the night of the pic-nic. The Sisters of St. Joeih intimated that St. Bridget's school-room was at the service of the union, for the unfurling of the banner, and the preliminary arrangements for the procersion and pic-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
A writer on swearing says: " An oath from a woman's lips is unnatural and in crediblo.. I would as soon expect a bullet from a' roseobud." - Dickens pourtrayod, among othor char astcrs, twelve shrows, fourteen swindlors, msixteen old maids, thirty-nine widows, and thirt;y-five lawyers. WOLP,'S SBcsN.rrs is- more wholesomo tlnm blaudy oe w?,sk?,, nod is a psUe re2eeaIil?h baye?r ~ b~RL lof Draaoc rrot8Qooio;oorrr~JucT~P~T1. Publicatidn. . RE l O E. T HE AND SUNDAY TIMES. Inteuding subscribors to oither paper are requested to SEND THEIIE NAMES to this Office, when the paper will be delivered at their doors through the nearest Local Agent. SITBSCRIPTION: G LOBE.-8 PAGE PAE?,. PRICE I1. Quarterly, in advance, 6s. Cd.; booked,. 7s Gd. S U.N D AY .TI M S 8-PAGE PAPER. PRICE 2D. Quarterly, in advance, 2s.; booked, 2s. Gd
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. THE IMPORTANT LABOURERS JOIN THE UNION. (Melbourne Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE WHARF LABOURERS' STRIKE. THE IMPORTED LA1BOUBEES JOIN TIHE UNION. (Mfelbotren Ago.)} While other trade disputes appear to be settling down,' chiefly in favour of the work people, whose demands are conceded, there seems little or no prospect of an early termination of the strike of the wharf labourers. :The labourers - are greatly elated bythe action of the Trades Council, who have* committed the Trades Hall to the support of the strikers, and they look forward with a light heart to a protracted struggle, feeling assured that all the resources of the several unions will be available to fight out the battle between capital and labouronthe ground selected. ThowharveC on Saturday 'morning were almost de serted, except by such excursionists as were on pleasure bent to Geelong, but every street corner ;in the vicinity was crowded with interested groups, the prin cipal theme of whose discourse was the possible taking thebr:ad out of the mouths of -the lumpers by the, importation of for...
CORPORATION OF SEAMEN'S UNION. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
COT.PORATION O SEBAREN'8 UNION. (FmO2w OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) MELBOURNE, THIB DAY: The Seamen's Union last night resolved to communicate by wire with their Unions in the other colonies, with a viewv to or ganiso a general strike to assist the wharf laborers. The union here numbers 4000 men, and has a ,considerable reserve fund. Doniationso to the striko funds were made by a number of societies that met yester day. DETERMINATION OF THE SHIPOWNERS. The shipowners express themselves con fident of obtaining sufficient labour in the colonies, and state that if they fail in this, they will cable to England for a supply of men
NORTH SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
NORTH SHORE. (Before Mr. Marsh, B.51.) B??aeu oF BY-LAws.--Charles Allmey pleaded guilty to allowing his horse to stray. Heo was fined 5s. or two days gaol, and for a like offence a further 58. or two days; Robert Cassin, for furious driving, was fined £2, or fourteen days goal; Michael I'Namara, for obstructing the tralie, £1, or seven days; for driving on the footpath, J. H. Matthews was fined fs., Win. Kelly, 10s., and James James, 10s. Noo-APPERANGE,i- tn the cases of John Gibson v. James M'Namara, for assault and maliciously throwing down a brick wall, the defendant did not appear, and a warrant was ordered to be issued for his arrest.
THE POLLUTION OF COOK'S RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE POLLUTIION OF K'08S RIVER. There was a fairly large muster of residents in the illarrickville district at -arrickville Town Hall last evening. The m?oeting had been convened by the mayor, Mr. Shaw, who took the chair. The following resolutions were passed.: "That in the opinion of this meeting the insanitary condition of Cook's River not only imperils the health, but also depre ciates the value of property in a portion of this municipality." " ilat, in the interests of public health, steps should be immediately taken to re move the causes which have created the nuisances complained of." "That a committee, consisting of the mayor and two aldermen of each of the municipalities of Marrickvile, Petersham, Macdonualdtown, St, Peters,Waterloo, Red fern, West Botany, Alexandria, Cantser bury, and Newtown, be appointed to pre pare a case and lay it before the Govern ment for the purpose of--1. Urging the necessity for taking immediate steps to prevent the further [pollution of the river...
EXTRADITION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
EXTRADITION COUR'T. His Excellency Lord Carrington (who is the only person authorised to do so) held an Extradition Court in the Executive Council Chamber this morning, to hear the ease of an escap6 from Now Caledonia. His Excellency was attended by his private secretary, and the Crown was re presented by Mr. Wise, banTister-at-law. Mir. Foshery, the Inspector-General of Police,:was present, and a French varder from Noumea was also in attendance to identify the accused. The prisoner's name was Vanhsmet, and heis anythingbutaprcpossessinge character. HIe was originally sentenced to along period of imprisonmnent in New Caledonia, and since his escape from there was tried Ec parte for a serious offenco and sentencedto death. After hearing all the evidence to hand,.tlho prisoner was remanded back to Darlinghurst gaol for the production of other testimony, and the Court rose.
THE NEW ENGLAND RACES. (BY WIRE FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ARMIDALE, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE HEW ENGLAND RACES. (ar WIR. FROM OU OWN COERESPONDENT.) ARSIIDALE, THIS DAY. The acceptances for the New England Cup are For?e Selector, Glen Ela, Pilgrim Boor, Sir William, Orpban, B.Y., :Bcda, Gazelle, Carlyle, Cavalior, lIalla, King. For the City Handicap the acceptors are Free Selector, Glcc Elgin, Pilgrim, Boon, Sir William, Una, Orhlan. B.Y., Banda, Gaozelle, Carlyle, Cavalier, MyallU, King.
BETTING MARKET. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
BETTING LAIRKET. ANNIVERSABY HANDICAP . The following are the latest quota tions OTempe St.tib. 8t Jewel,7ot. 2lb. .. 12 tol linerva, 8st. ib. 15 tot Burrilda 7t. lb.. 15 to 1 Soldier Boy,&Sst.b. ... 14toI. Thakambau, 6t, 1b . ... -to l. Ceriso and Blue, 8st,.,. .)toI Battailous, $St. 41b... tot Bonnie Bee. Ost. 9Sb. ... 5 tot Kathleen, Pat. lb. . 5 tot Reham, Sot . ...25 tot Others I00 to Ito 100 to 3.
MINING TOPICS. BEGA, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
MINING TOPICS. :, . (BY W?I&E.-F Oa OU OWN CORnESPON DENT.) BEGA; Tins DIj. The excitement regarding the reported discovery of payable gold -at the head of Turross riveris rapidly subsiding.. Several visitors returned from the locality yester day. They report that though numerous portions of the field were prospected no sign of gold was found by them. They further state that the same results gener ally were found throughout. The total yield of the field would not exceed tihree or four ounces. Gipsy Girl Silver-mining Company, Limited, December 26.--No. 1 underlie shaft: Nine men have been emniployed dur ing the week stoping east and west on course of lode, landing and filling dirt, and other work on mine; no change to report; lode continues about the same thickness. Long Tunnel Extended, Walhalla, January ?.--No; 2: Contractors have ex tended crosscut 1Oft. for week, making total from shaft240ft.; countryintsrmixed with small quartz veins. No. 4 : Inter mediate level stopes ...
INSPECTORS' STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
INSPECTORS' STOCK REIPORT. WALoETT.--Hot -and dry in early part of week. Noe cool with strong S.E. winds. Pastare very scarce within a radius of thirty miles. In the neighbour hood of Mogil, Lightning. Ridge aud. Itarra Creek it is much improved conse quent up m a heavier rainfall. Barwon aiid ilamoi Rivers well supplied, also Bunghill a~ndLightning Ridget anks. i200store sheep, Coonamble, via Brewarrina to Wilcannia; 1000 store cattle Yarraldool to Balonne. . MoooNG.-Very hot, with lighttlhundcr showers in some parts. Pasture fair and improving where rain has fallen. Water supply sufificient in most parts of the dis-. trict; will last about three months. Youne.s-Thirty-three points of rain in week. Pasture continues very fair where not overstocked. Water .supply tolerably good. 400 fat wethers Young to Goulburn; 600 fat wethers Young to Homebush; 800 mixed sheep Queanbeyan to Forbes; 700 store bullocks Queensland to Victoria. NA~aNDEaA..-Very hot in the beginning of week, 52 points...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
NOTES AND COMMENTS. After all only two native born Austra lians contested seats in the British general election. One was Mr. J. Jackson, of Lexden 1Innor, Colchester, who stood for the Harwich division of Essex, but was defeated by a large majority. The other was Ir. Cyril Flower, who married a Rothschild, and was returned ffor a division of Bedfordshire. He is the son of the head of the old Sydney firm ,of Flower, Salcing and Co., and finrsjt drew breath at the Antipodoes, where his sire resided. The Heaton's, Wilson's, and tlhe rest of them, belong to the amphibious party. They aro too proud to remain in the colonics wlhich lifted them from the gutter, and prefer to cringeo and toady on the outskirts of English ac.ciiety,. tking the gold of Ausftralia to the country where they could not win bread in their youth. The proverb that the Bourbons learn nothing and forget nothing will have to be modified, for we learn that Don Carlos "has resolved to remain quiet so long as Spain hersel...
THE DAY'S DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
THE DAY'S DOINGS. A third edition of the Globe will be pub lished shortly after 4 o'clock, containing the latest local news and telegrams from all parts of the world. The third edition matter will be placed on our eighth page. Nearly a century ago the ancestors of Lord Carrington presented a petition to Sthe House of Commons from the lace makers of Nottisham, and members of his family have on many occasions since, evinced their sympathy with the objects of. trade unionism and the working-classes generally. Lord Carrington himself had demonstrated so frequently his keen interest in the welfare of the "toilers and moilers," that, prior to his leaving Eng land, Mr. Henry Broadhurst, H.P., for Stoke-upon-Trent, and a celebrated leader of the trade-utiionists of Great Britain, wrote to the Sydney Trades' and Labour Council urging its members to show the utmost respect for him. Bearing in mind these facts, the Wharf Labourers' Union has determined to presentLord Carrington with an address...
SPORTING TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
SPORTING TOPICS,. At thle Ipswich (Queensolud) spares, Wieneeko won the running high jump with' 5ft. 8in., A. Craely being 'second, with Oft. 5Oin. An account of the Ipswich hundi cap, in which Weineke figures, will be found on pzge 3. The horses Uno and Dolly have been matched to trot on Saturday for £50 a-side. Horse owners and trainers should not forget that entries for the Queenbeyan Handicap close to-morrowv at 4 o'clock. Also entries for the Bathurst Sheffield sports clo:e atS o'clock to-morrow ovenin'. We believe that when Mr. Sydney was in Sydney the other day, after muchlr trouble, he succeeded in getting ir. Frrink Sulith to allow his Banks officials to supervise and conduct his (Mr. Sydney's) Newcastle Sheffield. We congratulate the promoter upon his success, for having the und cap ran under such auspices is a guarantce that strict order will be kept, and no quarter given to unfair running. SIt will alo miprov the tone of tlhq meeting, and add much to the success. We neea...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Globe — 12 January 1886
CRICKET. A match between Fairmount and Liiagstoono cluatrans wony thoformer. Scores: Fairmouut, 91; Livingstono, 59. Tor the former, Jos. Geld. ing 27, H. Gelding 26, Studdy 14, Blaskwood 12, not ,ol, b.ttcd well,n also did A. Mills 21, for thu latter. Jos. Geldillg and Pybo for the winners, nod Nelson for tho losers, bowled well. Forbes v. Cudsl.-Plsyed at Engowra on Friday, and resulted in a victory for the fprmer by seven wickets. The game was thorougdly onjoyed, olthsoh 11, thermometerstood at Its in the shado, and ample justico wOs done to the excellent lus° ebeon prepared by host Chester. Torri1, and Taop 24, not ouat, for Codol, and Leosnard. 2, and F'asor 16, for Forbes, played oecellent cricleot. Scores Cudal, thoot innineS 24, second 67; total, 101. Forbes, last innings, 14, second, three wickeot for 21; total, 105. On Saturdydlasylt th Beresford and-flcdfern B5er. ,ra;tile clubs met for the secoild time this season on0t Iowichet of the former. As the litter club hod icen ...