Adelaide Advertiser in Adelaide, South-Australia
20 Jan 1892

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20 Jan 1892

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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1892, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia special advertisements. Ii dopes Hindley Street furnishes houses i cheaply cd Well on the hire Purchase system. A logic a he in s scotch ale a Foster s ale and Sioux to Claret Heidsieck s debt England Champagne i34lainc . Gas engines erected and repaired. Bur Meister and co., Hindmarsh Square. L273i 265 m h k a a sixteen pages saturdays eight pages other Dayt. Che leading Sally newspaper of the ool Ontee. It contains the latest English and foreign news by Cable telegraphic report from the neighbouring Solo Alee and All the Newe of the Day. Unexcelled Asah advertising medium. Oudara Steed circulation. 95.000 daily. Ohe Penny. Papers on ate and advertisement received by w. O. Booby it King off Liam Lireet an Muto a. Keith ii pc co. Railway Boot cml v. F. C. Got pier Tamm act Ftp go to the . Far a Tang from Sattee go to the . Hot bedroom Stottm go to uie v . Tor bed Teade Aad bedding go to the . Joc Owna end oaten ran go to Tine end mangles so to the for Good buteo Tomt 01 Lon terme go to one . eng guide end to . Tit Biag Fumm tto and in pox 00., hunted n. A buy fat bin. Tonali a the Sydney . A Bike one Fenny the Maet popular newspaper 1? hew South wait so. Has a larger circulation the Eny other newspaper in the Colony Thi Best adverb Tjsha medium mob Coal. Hill Adelaide steamship company. I Askp it a 11 contract Tor the pc apply of Labanc shall and household Coal in any quantities at fewest a Jim. Of a Johh Secretary. To a adar Kimmo paper or hew the Adit Baugh Stab. Phi Paob daily. A Welt pages of Saturn at. Hook oof us onto lated exby saturday. I. U. Sah Debs Tomsej my put Street Sydney. 0""1 is it special advertisements. I Tyuse Assort mkt of backs bedsteads 15 Peea Bulatoes at Geuike Clearing ibises. T18�0.8,6&30 e o. . Importer port. Geo boo Khan share broker comsto Okyn m . Adelaide. Telephone 497. U-30tlaq few by blk am or Bihy and Kolbai Cuoq Wokf x . U6a?no text ilk Imson bhaeebbokb33. Broken hoi Chambers King a Tiam Street. L7oioag7 Henry & bleed More. Share Boker 111 and 112, Boyal Exchange. Telephone 401. Let a cabs Mew collars new bows London j3 Quality. Evening dress special Tim. Hats by the Best manufacturers. An entirely new Stock of above or inspect . Leaver ?6, King we us Street and 83, bundle Street a Flanic g. Bowell tailor and outfitter new Horn spun uniting parisian trousers. U76iso Donaldson Andrews company wholesale retail warehousemen to Rundle Street respectfully notify that they Are now offering their Stock of Boyscout hand men s clothing at less than wholesale prices men s and boys Straw hats considerably under Cost. All tailor made goods at special quotations. They Are also offering the balance of this season s Stock in dress goods prints mantles millinery sunshades gloves hosiery at prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory to All who appreciate genuine bargain 3. Our so Stem of marking All articles in Plain figures enables Poich lasers to note the actual reductions Mads. The Drees and Mantle rooms still under the same competent management. Conur customers should order Early to secure these bargains and prevent Cash. A Stirio italian Lemons. Enemy to influenza. 100 cases just arrived Fine fruit reduced Price wholesale Only. Charlik Brothers wholesale fruiterers East end Market. Pl6zo just arrived. Piper Reid sleek chewing Tofe acco. N. Solomons 41. Arcade. Ambers fitted to any shape pipe. R33ima335 euchre. Diamonds tramps. Which wins ? eight Bower Ace nine i Lett Bower King Queen tramps. King and nine ten of Trumps Ace Spades i dubs. whisky euchre the 64 it to a toot out magnetic Good. T271?1u2t0 arrival of major Grey and colonel Skinner from India. We have just received a consignment of the above Well known Chut Alet in pints and quarts Atoo a variety of other sorts. Cioaba India and Oxton a. To 255. I or 100. I opioid 8808. Qatari Erple Adelaide. Rematas. Commercial the advertiser office. Tuesday evening january 19. General merchandise. Nothing beyond distributing parcels have come under oat notice for the Day. The auction Sale of the cargo of Natal sugar sex sir Herbert Maxwell was fairly Well attended and the entire cargo was disposed of under the Hammer at Pnoebe ranging from �19 6s. For Bright Golden yellow Down to �16 Leta. Liquids Are in Good demand All the leading lines of ales coming in for badness. The principal sales mentioned Are 100 cases bulldog ale and 100 cases same Brand Stoat at agents rates also 100 cases o. V.6. Whisky. Other brands not worthy of special report. Beads tits Labeet. No transactions in wheat have been made Public to Day and the tendency is towards lower prices. We quote Large parcels bags As wheat As Worth 4s. 4d. To 4s. 4jd. Free on Board or on Truetta fort Adelaide and 4s. 2d. To 4a. 3d. For Farmers lots. The decline in Melbourne and London is having its natural effect Here. Flour is Worth �1010s. To �10 15s. For Patent roller and �10 for Stone made. Bran and Pollard 12jd. Per Bushel Oats 3s. 3d. To 3a. 40. Duty paid and delivered in town and 2s. 4d. In Bond at fort. Gape Barley 3s. 4d. To 3s. So. According to Sample malting 4s. To 9s. Shabi a Sext. On tuesday morning the Market in Silver stocks opened rather Dull and but Little Busi Ness was done. At midday an improvement took place and up to closing time the Market ruled firm the exchanges were considerable More particularly brokens which had Good Good business and advanced 4s. 3d. During the Day while most of the other Barrier stocks improved 2s. To 3a. On monday s closing rates. Sales no to 6 o clock ranged As under . Insurance old ass. Lid. Hind Maryth trams old. Is. Hotel wonks pro x lid. Bear ,i2s. 4jd., 12s. Cd., 12a. 3d. Mount Moon is. 9d. Baker s creeks 265. 9d., 26a. 6d. Robinson Hutchisonn 20a. Sop. 3s. Go. Brokens �6 75., �6 oibd., �gim., i 0 s3. 6j., 46 10s. 6d.,�695.9d. Block it sex. Div. Of 25.�5 2s. British blocks 17s. 9d., ise. Block 10, �1012 a. To �10 us. Junctions los. 6d, 12a. 6d., 123. Souths paid423., 445. 6d., 445. Centrals paid675. 3d., 605., 595. Cd., cos. Junction norths 4s. 5d., 4s. 7wl round Bills is. Edi Acara Consols Ken broken Hill extended 125., 12s. A. Melbourne january 19. The Silver Market opened very quiet but an improved feeling set in before the close. Silas were Mott . Block 10, �10125., buyers. Brokens �6 6s. 6d., sales. . Extended Lla. 9d. Centols paidfi7s. 6u midday. Block 10, �10 us., buyers. Broken. �6 7s. 6i, sales. Centols paid is. Cd., buyers. Fatto Kooc. Block 10, �10isfc, �10 its. 6d Block it sex. Div�5 3s. British 19s. 6d. Hills colonial�6 7s, �6 9s. Do. London register�6 7s. Soutra con. . Hiu extended us. 9d Junction norths 4s. By. It steals its. Fld., 60s. Manganese 6s. Lid., 7s. Central Dundas 4s. 4d. Despatch paid2s. 7jd-, 23. 6d. Haa Ries paid ,2d mount Dundas 2s. 3d. Oceans 3s. Sd., is. 6d. Silver Cliffs paid is. Silver Bells 3s by. Bear Bills buyers los. 6d., Sellers i. 6d-, sales 12s. Gd., 12s. So. Silverton trams �7. Sydney january 19. There were very limited exchanges in the Silver share Market to Day. Sales were Booths 435. Centols. 675. 3d., 50s. Mount stewarts 10a. 3d. White leads 6d inter colonial Mark its. Melbourne january 19. Fair business was done in wheat to Day. Country purchases were made equal to 4s. 2ndon by the agent general but copies will also be sent to a number of gentle men in the Colony. The sub committee of the South australian Branch of the Royal geographical society met at the broken Hill Chambers on tuesday afternoon to consider the Telegram sent from the Leader or. D. Lindsay or. G. W. Goyder Surveyor general presided. The Leader telegraphed that a thunderstorm had taken place at the Murchison which would enable the party to proceed with the exploration of the unknown parts of Block a. It was decided that a collector and the necessary men to replace those who were leaving should be sent but any further action should not be taken till the information asked for from the Leader has been received. The Council will meet on wednesday afternoon when the personnel of the reformed party will probably come on for consideration. . Cordelia left Largs Bay on tuesday and proceeded on her voyage to Devonport. The nominations for the election of one member to serve in the House of Assembly for the electoral District of East Adelaide will be received by the retuning officer at the town Hall at noon to Day. A solemn Dirge and requiem mass for the repose of the souls of cardinals mining and Simeoni were celebrated in St. Francis Xavier e Cathedral on tuesday morning the ceremony beginning at 10 o clock and ending at noon. Dean Kennedy was the celebrant father Gondolini the Deacon and father Healy the sub Deacon. There was a Good congregation and the proceedings were of a most impressive character. At first the arrangement was for a requiem for Cardinal Manning but when the archbishop was apprised of the death of car Dinal Simeoni he decided to have the holy sacrifice offered for both. The High altar was stripped of All its adornments Flowers and candelabra. The Eide panels and re Edos were As customary draped in Black relieved with White Borders As also were Home of the statues and the cat Falque which was placed in the Centre of the Sanctuary immediately in front of the High altar was embellished with purple and White drapery of an exquisite texture while the Bier itself was covered with a Black Silver braided vestment and on the top were placed a Gold Mitre and other incidental paraphernalia that denote the office of a Prince of the Church. Three candles were lighted on each Side before the Dirge was chanted. At 10 o clock the acolytes filed out of the Sanctuary next came the master of ceremonies father Mcmahon the officiating priests of the mass the chanters of the Dirge fathers Mcevoy comes and cd Grove the general clergy including the jesuits and carmelites from Gallerand last his Grace the archbishop who took his seat on the throne. The office us Derfun Corum was fully gone through the first second and third nocturnes being chanted and the whole of the intermediate lessons read the last being recited by the archbishop. After the lauds had Ako been recited solemn High mass de requiem was celebrated during which the Beautiful Gregorian chants of the " Kyrie " Dies irae " Sanctum and Agnus Dei were rendered. At the conclusion the archbishop pronounced the Benediction at the cat Falque and with the strains of the " dead March in Saul played by mrs. Boozey on the Organ the ceremony terminated. An Ordinary meeting of the directors of the Moonta and Wallaroo mines was held at the office of the Secretary or. D. Davidso Grenfell Street on tuesday morning when sir William Milne presided. The difficulty Between the directors and the men came on for consideration the principal business being an application from the latter for another con Ference on the matters in dispute. Eventually it was decided to receive a deputation from the men on tuesday january 26. Among the passengers to arrive to Day by the p. & o. Liner Oriental is lady Ven toy Mother of lady Hopeton of Victoria. During her lad ship e stay in Adelaide she will lie the Chest of the Earl and countess of Kintore at government Tenn i at a meeting of the Corn Trade sectional committee of the Adelaide chamber of com Merce held on monday or. W. Norman occupied the chair and there were present messes. J. Darling jun., g. W. Cooper a. S. Cheadle. C. T. Connor f. Dunn jun., a. P. Hall and f. C. Howard. The meeting was called to fix the Standard Sample of wheat and it was fixed at 63 la. Per Bushel. The maximum temperature registered at the Adelaide Observatory on tuesday was Lilvin the Sun and 103 5? in the Shade. On account of to Day being appointed for the burial of the late Duke of Clarence no cases will be heard at the City police court except those of drunkenness. Just about dusk there is an exceedingly poor pressure of water to Supply the semaphore and Largs Bay engines As they arrive owing to the fact that the residents of the neighbourhood take that Opportunity of watering their gardens. The trains axe frequently delayed a few minutes owing to the Pmj Cnapp of the 1 supp y. And on tuesday evening both the 7.15 . And 7.43 . Trains to Adelaide did not get away from the platform until some 10 minutes after the regular time. By a Telegram which came to hand on monday Captain Bickers of port Adelaide received the intelligence that Captain Charles Leaky a Well known master Mariner of port Adelaide has died at Mauritius. The information As yet to hand is meagre As the mss age merely states " the Southern Belle sailed in ballast for port Adelaide on december 31. Captain died Here. The vessel is proceeding in command of the chief officer Captain Lecky had been in the employ of Captain Bickers Over 20 years and had com Mand during that period of several vessels among them being the Phillis the tily the Hygeia and the Casina. The last named was lost whilst under his command. Recently the deceased had been in charge of the Southern Belle largely engaged in the Mauritius Trade. Captain to Ranmar of the Ketch free selector picked up a travelling bag which was floating in the River at the Stem of his vessel lying at Prince s wharf on tuesday and conveyed it to the local police station where it was opened. On examination it was found to contain a Large number of papers letters and visiting cards bearing the name of a. J. Angrove representing the Silver there was also a certificate from the Lodge of Scotland freemasons and a badge and other emblems. The bag could Only have been in the water a few Days As it contained among the papers one bearing the Date january 13, 1892. The police Are making enquiries into the matter with a View of finding come clue to the owner whom they fear has met a watery grave. A Large number of the old scholars of the Hindmarsh state school assembled at Beach s booms on Friday evening to Accord a Welcome to or. G. G. Newman who left Adelaide about seven years ago for London where after a most successful University career he took the . Degree. Or. E. B. Shillas who had charge of the school at the time of or. New Man s departure but is now headmaster of the Flinders Street institution presided. In his opening remarks the chairman heartily welcomed ale Newman bade to the scene of his Early labors and said he was sure that he had a Brilliant future before him. He never wished for a better assistant than or. Newman whose geniality and kindness to the boys Perse Verance and ability were All highly prize. Or. Newman was a successful teacher seven years ago and with the Large experience he had gained in the old country he would be valued now. The schoolmaster would occupy a far higher position in die future than he bad in the past which was Only fair and reasonable considering the nature and responsibility of his station. Or. E. By Shaw in presenting or. Newman with an address which spoke of the esteem in which he was held by his old boys and congratulated him upon the distinction he had won in England echoed the sentiments of the chairman with regard to the Many Good qualities of their guest. Or. Newman who was received with loud cheers thanked the old boys very heartily for their Welcome. He also thanked the press for their kindness towards him in publishing re ports of his doings in England. Or. Newman then gave an exhaustive account of his trip Home his experiences of London school life and his visits to numerous historic places in great Britain and Ireland and on the Conti nent. He tendered some practical advice to Young australians and hoped the cause of Art and education would be advanced. A number of those present then detailed reminiscences of their school Days and their pleasant association with or. Newman. The proceedings were varied by songs and instrumental elections. The following passengers will embark at Largs Bay by the . Britannia to Day for London miss Honeywill sir . And lady Bray two sons and daughter. Miss Beddome miss Hornbrook or. G. Joseph Eon or. And mrs. Parr Rev. Win. A Ramao or. Thee. Hunter mrs and miss wearing. For Bombay the Hon. Thoa. And mrs. Playford or. Bofto. For Albany messes. A. Wood Adams e. A Wilson j. A. Bashaw m. Coffey a. Gibson jury Beed r. Edwards j. Edwards miss Moir or and mrs. Mcfall and miss Gilholy. Our bans correspondent writing on january 19 says As a result of the new education act a considerable difference has been brought about Here. The Public school was reopened yesterday and the head master or. A. Wittber informs me that Many new scholars have been enrolled the children principally coming from private schools which will Buffer in consequence. _ notwithstanding there is room at the Public school for As Many More children As Are at present on the Rolls. There Are no less than tax private schools in the town each of which including a Branch of the Hardwicke College is doing fairly Well among the Many High class act publications which of late years Hare done so much to extend and Foster a lore for Art the Magazine of Art published by messes. Cassell & co., of London must be placed in the front rank. It is Only necessary to remember that a few decades ago some of the reproductions in color that appear in the Best publications devoted to Art would have created a sensation in the greatest Art centres to Enow How wonderful and rapid have been the advances made in the reproductive arts. Indeed to much is this the Case that in a first rate publication such As the Magazine of Art High class work in As a matter of course expected and anticipation is rarely disappointed. At the Price of is. The publishers of the Magazine of Art give to their patrons a monthly state ment of what is doing in the studios of the greatest painters and the triumphs in the world of Industrial Art and these labors Are not Only Well written about but to Many Are made very valuable by the accurate and Beautiful illustrations which Gem its papers. The december number of the amp Tojim reaches the customary High level of excellence. The special plate one of which accompanies every number is a Fine etching by j. Dep Manlius after a picture by Alfred Stephens the title being the Young widow.1 the plate is another proof of the claims of etching Over engraving As a Means by which the Many modes of working with the Brush can be conveyed in Black and White. The articles on Holbein s ambassadors Are continued and illustrated by some excellent photo blocks while in " political cartoons we Are Given the portraits Token from drawings by themselves of messes. John Tenniel and Lindley Sambourne the popular London punch artists. An article entitled the near Robinson Crusoe will be read with pleasure by ail the life of the author of the wonder Ful boys Book gains an additional Charm trom the vigorous and altogether satisfactory illustrations from the Pencil of or. Wal Paget which for excellence Are not to be surpassed in any previous editions of Defoe s work. Christian and evangelist is a full Page illustration from a picture by e. S. Brentnal e.w.s., cleverly interpreted on Wood by w. Spielmeyer. Among the articles the pages of which Are relieved by first class photo and Wood blocks Are the Brothers warmer " War artists and War pictures 7 the Dulwich gallery and our illustrated ,1 the number concluding by reviews of current and recent exhibitions. It Only remains to add that the letterpress is in pebbly printed. Astray cow was killed in St. Vincent Street port Adelaide on monday evening by the 9/46 Bain from semaphore to Adelaide. The animal was supposed to have wandered from a Dairy close at hand As it had a Halter round its neck and had apparently broken away from its stall. It was badly Cut about through becoming entangled with the wheels of the Yankee Carriage and was carried a considerable distance before the train was brought to a standstill. After a Short delay the remains were taken from beneath the train and removed from the Roadway. The train then proceeded on its journey to Adelaide. Messes. E. A. Petherick & co. Have for warded us a copy of a pamphlet by or. Courtney Smith of Melbourne on " profitable uses for surplus fruits and a very Large amount of information is contained in this brochure which is compiled from the latest european and american sources and it goes into details As to the various modern pre serving processes. I we have to record the death of another old colonist mrs. Braddock at the age of 81 years. The deceased lady arrived in the Colony 40 years ago with her husband and nine sons six of whom Are still living four in this and two in the neighbouring colonies. She was sister in Law of the late or. Marshall Hall the distinguished physiologist and author of rules for restoring the apparently drowned and sister of the late or. Jno. Higginbotton who was one of the first in the medical profession to advocate total abstinence. Mrs. Braddock will Long be remembered by those who knew her for her a ostentatious piety kindly acts of Charity and amiability of Dis position. Her remains were interred in the West Terrace cemetery on saturday last. The ser. Joseph Bober Teon m.a., conducted the funeral service and amongst those around the grave were messes. M., c. H., f. A., and r. A. Braddock so Sand . And Arthur Braddock grandsons of the deceased lad the Rev. W. Wilson Captain j. Bickers messes. J. Sinclair a. Stow Thos. Caterer g. F. Day w. Cate j. Coombe f. W. Preece and Many other friends. We Bare received the australasian pastor lists Netiea and the australasian medical Gazelle for january. It was incorrectly stated in the advertiser on the Day that the boat Nautilus had been recovered at Glenelg. The boat s position was discovered but no attempts to raise her were made. The Cornish musical society Stu meet for practice at the Bech bite Hail qua evening. A meeting of the South australian go Gomp Usy s employees association will be held this evening. Or. Torr will lecture on his Lite at Oxford at the Eastwood Bible Christian Church this evening. A general meeting of grocers assistants will be held at the St Bome hotel this evening at 8 o clock. A meeting of the port Adelaide Storeman s association will be held at Bow s rooms St. Tinsel Street to night. The quarterly communication of the grand Lodge of freemasons will be held at the Freemason s Hall this evening. A meeting of the ratepayers of Glenelg will be held in the local Council chamber this evening in connection with the assessment of the District. To correspondents. We cannot undertake to publish All letters which reach us even when entirely unobjectionable. The number is so Large that we can Only print a selection. This must be accepted As the explanation of the non appearance of letters. We cannot return Muu Taitt Hau Mast writes after fully digesting Cable Grams Letten and speeches on the subject of the death of the Duke of Clarence it appears to me More appropriate to Send a Cable of congratulation to her majesty on her having so successfully battled against the his of life for such a lengthened period and express the wish Fiat she May be spared to see Many More grandchildren die and born or in other to adj May Ehe live for Ever. What can be More Loyal out. Who has Suff esd Salisbury of you write to or. C. Wilberth German club Pine Street he Wilt give you the information you require. Trades societies. The Adelaide suburban and port Road Drivers association met at the Selborne hotel on saturday the president or. A. Malthouse in the chair. The report of the delegates to the trades and labor Council and the Yard stewards reports were received. It was re solved that the next meeting of the association be Fjeld at the half Way House fort Road on january 20, such meeting to be advertised three consecutive Days previous. It was decided to support the candidature of or. 3. A. Mcpherson for East Adelaide. One new Mem Ber was admitted. The evening s receipts amounted to �2 is. 6d. The fortnightly meeting of the journeymen Smiths and implement makers Union was held at the Exchange hotel Hindley Street on monday evening january 18. The presi Dent or. J. P. Benbow occupied the chair. One new member was elected. The report of the delegates to the trades and labor Council was received. The sum of �1 4s. Was voted the parliamentary elections expenses. A com Mittee was formed to revise the rules. A Lons discussion took place on general matters. The evening s receipts amounted to �1 7s. 3d. The quarterly meeting of the tanners and carriers Tynion was held at the joiners arms hotel Hindmarsh on monday evening when there was a Good attendance and the president or. F. Hourigan occupied the chair. The receipts for the evening were �9 is. So. It was resolved to Forward �2 to the Sydney tailors who Are on strike and �1 to the us More memorial fund. The balance Sheet for the Quarter ending december 21,159 a showed receipts contributions and Entrance fees �33 18s. 2d. Received from mount Barker Branch �7 is other sources �7 12s. Total �48 lie. 2d. The total Worth of funds was pro6t for Quarter �6 6s. Vaneous match played five games winning one each from messes. Marshall Shuttleworth Tilly and Fomook and losing one to or. Cornock. Some closely contested games were also engaged in by the other members present. Nest monday or. Belcher will play Al Comers to. S class simultaneously. Cable messages. The late Duke of Clarence. Agents general close their offices want produced by mourning London january 18. The offices of the agents general for the australasian colonies will be closed on wednesday the Day appointed for the funeral of the late Duke of Clarence. The body of the late Duke which now lies in state a Sandring Las been visited by a Large number of persons. London january 19. The messages of condolence received bar the Royal family from a parts of the world since their bereavement Are de f cried As simply numberless and expressions of sympathy continue to reach them. The waiters in London Are appealing to Public Charity for maintenance owing to the cessation of festivities having thrown them out of employment. London january 19, Ilis . A daily paper issued at Johannesburg in the Transvaal has excited intense Public indignation by the publication of an article containing a severe attack on the character of the late Duke of Clarence and Avon Dale. A Large crowd assembled outside the office of the paper and hooted the editor. Subsequently a mass meeting was held at which a Resolution was carried urging the authorities to cause the removal of the editor in order to prevent his forcible expulsion by the populace. German emigration. Proposed legislative Check. London january 19. It is announced by the Berlin official papers that measures Are being taken by the government to Check the increasing emigration of Able bodied germans from the fatherland to the United states and elsewhere and that the Reich Stag will be asked to legislate on the subject. Newcastle Coal difficult. Newcastle january 19. At a meeting of the Wickham and Bullock Island miners to Day it was unanimously agreed to recommend that a Levy of 15 per cent be struck on the Gross earnings of the miners in Aid of the men on strike at the Wallsend pit. Also that if this is not sufficient that the officers be empowered to draw the balance from the general fond. A motion for a general ballot in regard to the pending general strike was rejected. The minute from the Delegate Board that 14 Days notice be Given on the 25th inst. To All mines where the reduced hewing rate is being paid was adopted after considerable discussion Only two voting against it. In connection with the present dispute in the Coal Trade a meeting of the associated Northern Coal owners was held in Sydney this morning to discuss the situation. In the afternoon a committee of the associated and non associated Colliery proprietors met and conferred on matters affecting both bodies. As a result of the deliberations satisfactory arrangements have been made which will to reported to the respective parties interested in the course of a Day or two which will probably result in All important collieries in the new Castle District pairing common action at the present juncture. Fatality at tiflis. Collapse of a Bridge. London january 19. During the periodical ceremony per formed recently by priests of the greek Church of Blessing the Waters of the Kur on which the Transcaucasia town of tiflis is situated a terrible fatality occurred. A wooden Bridge collapsed As the religious procession were crossing it and Many persons were drowned and crushed to death. The Bank of Australasia. London january 19. Shares in the Bank of Australasia yes Ter Day Rose �1. Revolt in Yemen. Officially denied. London january 19. The report that the Arab revolt in the turkish province of Yemen has broken out afresh and that the rebels Are March ing on Sana the capital is officially denied in constantinople. Local option league. Sydney january 19. At the annual breakfast of the new South Wales local option league to Day or Kidd postmaster general in responding to the Toast of the ministry said every member of the ministry was As anxious for the improvement of the conditions of the country As any local option Stu they were anxious to pass As speedily As possible reforms which would bring about an improvement of the morals of the people. Every member of the ministry had agreed that he or. Kidd should introduce the local option Hill As an open question and to knew that owing to the Large number of Mem Bers pledged to local option in the House the Bill would be passed with Bat slight Amend ments this session. He was also sure of it or. John Danes m.l.c., said if the Bill found its Way to the legislative Council it would at least meet with fair play. Victorian immigration. Melbourne january 19. A report on immigration for the year ending december 3l,l89l, was Laid upon the table of the Assembly to Day. Operations under the Regula tons have been continued to wives and families nominated by husbands and fathers of Good moral and Industrial army being residents in the Colony. Of a total of 190 immigrants who so arrived and who were nominated the Colony none were selected by the agent a neral they consisted of 107 individuals above 12 years of age and of 83 under 12 years of age. Spain. Appeal to creditors. London january 19. Senor Ferreira who has succeeded Senor Canovas Del Castillo As Premier of Spain has issued an Appeal to the creditors of the country urging them to arrive at some agreement which will tend to the removal of the existing financial difficulties. These it is feared will be increased by the hostile tariffs which France is about to impose on Spanish wines and other pro ducts. Commercial. London january 19. Colonial stocks which have lately been somewhat depressed Are now improving. Launceston 4 per cent municipal Bonds have risen �1. R the visible Supply of Copper in England and prance is 57,500 tons. Stocks of tin amount to 2,500 tons. New australian wheat is quoted at 435. 6d

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