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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870

FUJfERAL,— SON8 of PEB3EVERANCE, G. U. 0. 0, F. The brethren of the above order are requested to attend the Funeral of onr late departed brother, DAVID BL&0K, to move from his late reeidraoe, 383, Elizabeth-street South, TO MORBOW (Sunday) AFTEBNOGN, at a quarter past 2 o'clock. C. KIN8ELA *nd 80JSB, Undertakers, rJosstx-strHt South, South Head Road, near Grown street, and George street South, directly opposite Christ Ohuroh, TTTOMES FOR THE PEOPLE. 1HE SECOND INDUSTRIAL BENEFIT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT 800IETT. TuusTfB;: John Hacintooh, Esq., J.P. ; Walter O'Reilly, Esq., M. D ; James Henry, Esq. SHARES, £50 each, HALF SHARKS, £25. Fortnightly Payments: Befors advance, 3s. 6d, per ehare; After advance, 63. pet share. No entrance fees. No Board fees. Fines optional. This Society will ba conducted upon the same liberal priKciples as tbe First Industrial Benefit Building Society, whioh has already advanced to ite members nearly £10,000, and has assisted its members to build or ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870

MAEEIAGES. Oc the 26th rwember, 1869, at Forties. bjtheEev. J.H. L. Zillman. Bobot/'foungest son of the I«to James Barnier, of )nh\Su to O*»i widow of the late Dr. Oharien Ashenheim,of p 'rb5s; ail .fourth d«oglit«r of Mr. John Turploe, of West Malt 1 OnaepfthDooembtr, 1659, at 8t Pater's Chatth, Woolloo mooJo°.°y the BeT- °- H- Voreton, Mr. William Linn, aaidler, rjamn to Johanna Annie, youogeBt daughter of the Ute John lop-7- Sydney. pa uie 20th October, 1868, at Ms residence, i I , Burton-street, goutliHeadBoad, by tba Bight Bev. Dr. Bailey, Bishop ef th« Tree Church of England, Mr James William titevens of Adol nhns-street, Balmatn, t» Ann Jane, daughter of Mr. Thomas BeiUey, farmer, of Richmond, Kew South Wales. UQ tue ^una ucwnr, xooo, oy lue jugni &bt. mji. 0HIB7. Bishop of the Free Church of England, Mr. William Bodges, of Kent-street, to Catherine Anne, daughter of the late Mr, John Wilson, of St. Peter's Cook's River. On the 20th Noiember, by speoial Uoense, t-y th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS BIRTHS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTHS On the 8th December, 1869, at her residence, 540, Bourke- street, Surry Hills, the wife of Mr. J. PECK of a daughter. On the 21st December, 1869, at her residence, Apsley store Walcha, the wife of Mr. T. O. HARDAKER, of a daughter. On the 25th December, 1869, at Surry Cottage, Australia- street, Newtown, Mrs. W. K. DIXON, of a daughter. On the 25th December, 1869, at her residence, 228, Riley- street, Mrs. J. WINNING, of a son. On the 29th December, 1869, at Apsley Cottage, Cooper- street, Mrs. Ferdinand ROWOHL, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870

DIARY.—January 1. Sun Rises.—h.m. 4.53 ; Sun Sets.—h.m. 7.13 Moon Rises.—h.m. 3.28     Moon Sets.—h.m. 28.7 a.m.               High Water.                    Morn.—h.m. 7.36 ; Even.—h.m. 7.58         January, 1870—New Moon, 2d. 10h, 10.2 a.m. The Evening News.  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INDIANA DISASTER. SICKENING SIGHTS AND SCENES—UNRECOGNISED BODIES—THE CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

THE INDIANA JpStER; SICKENTNG SI&HTS AITO SCEfSB^TOlBBCOG NISED BODD3S— THE;COE6i--EE.'6 INQIJEST. The Indianapolis Evening Mirror of October 2 pul-- lishes full particulars of the appalling disaster at the Fair Grounds in that city onFriday afternoon, From this account we make the following extract* :— The greatest Fair ever held in tie State, which opened eo auspiciously, with every combination of attendant jcircnnistances calculated to make it an occa sion long to be remembered as one marking a new era in the history of agricultural and mechanic science, has closed with the most appalling calamity which' it haR ever been our lot to record. When battalions go forth, armed with all the infernal parapher nalia of strategic murder, to do battle for the right or wrong, the public are prepared for the consequences; but in this instance the calamity has overtaken us with the suddenness of a thunder peal from a cloudless sky. It is like death at the marriage feast.' Up to the fat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNTER'S HILL AMATEUR REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

[?] The annW r^mttiu#DS£eVs Hill tool place on Saturday. Tt^e day-JgaB beautifuiyfiner.Hrith a nice breeze blowiiigSsZhe stwrnnahimColiapef was engaged as flagship, and le{hi»J^S2*e^clock, and during the .day wag .visited by a. considerable number of visitors,' amongst whom were several ladies. The pro eramme included thirteen races. The entrances. -how- ever, were not bo numerous as might have been ex pected. The principal ones were, however, very hotly contested, and caused considerable excitement. For the race for the yachts of the K.S.Y. Squadron there was hut one entry, and therefore no contest. For the next race, that for the P. A. Y. Squadron, there were four entries. Clio, which was throughout well handled, won, closely followed by Ixion. The pair oar races were the best patronised, but in these Messrs.' Freeman and Hobson carried off the largest number of prizes. Some dissatisfaction was expressed tit the smallnesBof the nature of the prizes, but it must be remembered that ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBERT GROUND.—HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

ALBERT GROUND.— HIGHLAND GATHERING. The athletic sports, under the auspices of the High land Brigade, and which on Saturday last came off on the Albert Ground, proved eminently attractive, the concourse of visitors which assembled on that fashion able holiday resort having been probably the largest witnessed there for a very long period. The efforts of the committee to propagate and encourage a zest for gymnastic and athletic exercise among our volunteers certainly merited encouragement, but the diversified and attractive series of sports presented for the delec tation of the public was amply sufficient to ensure a large attendance. The people began to put in an ap pearance about 10 o'clock, and by 2 the ground was crowded in all parts; the number present in the course of the day being, upon a rough estimate, about Beven thousand. The grand stand was well filled, most of the fair sex patronising that building, as it afforded a comfortable refuge from, the sultriness of the weather, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

WrJ^SAMj'sWrB RACES, -I ??F ? ' ' ? Si ? . ? -t -ill-:*? ??*-? --j ^BdiaW as the celebration of an aBmaJ race mwt TTLuIl oointry ^lage.aeraceli^ftma^ ^Kway might have I^wniidered-I* -**- ?^ccossful, but as Hie New year's Day meet ^Ereat metropolitan dub &ey could by no means ^Bmred in that light. 'He racee were, *mfl- a few ?-!» mediocre ; the attenaance wub w^™ ?K extreme ; and everything in connection vith ^Knivereaiy was decidedly slow. Other attrac Hfin various directions drew many from the ^K Uiat would doubtless otherwise have been Hkt; and these also demanded the services ,«f BL ^e omnibuses Uiat usually ply on the Band ?Bhioad at rase' times. In consequence ttj WSm enough business. There was very UtUe ?KeTi rushing on the road, and only one or EffiEhflps. The break down at about nooajof *n Hlltleteap 'bus, (such as, to the disgrace of flie Hratiee, there are too many plying), giving nP' HBof a dozen passengers the pleasure ot a wauc H distance, and two miserably jade...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the kd[?]tor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

To Mr Fdttor-if-hr Evening Mwt. Sir, —The present season for peaches being a plentiful one, it may be of interest to some of your lady reader* to learn the method for pickling them. Pickled peaches have hitherto remained a novelty, though several years ago they were pronounced by Lady Young at Sophien burg (where they were first introduced) to be the finest pickles ever tasted. A. A Sydney, December 2ft, 1869. To Pickle Peaches.— Take at their full growth, just before they begin to ripen, six large or eight moderate-sized peaches ; wipe the down from, them, and then put them into brine that will float an egg. In three days let them be taken out and drained, on a. seive reversed for several hours. Boil in a quart of vinegar for ten minutes two ounces of whole white pepper, two of ginger slightly bruised, odd a teaspoon ful of salt, two blades of maco, half a pound -of mus tard seed, and half a teaspoonful of cayenne tied in a bit of muslin. Place the peaches in a jar, and pour the bo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

BBBTH. ? On the 29Ui December, 1869, at Batbunrt, Mis. John Busby, of a sob. KAEEIAGE. On the X6th December, 1889, at Trinity Church, Heniwa, by the Eev. W. S. Wilson, tti, Henry ySgor^oi MUinlvale, Merriwa, only son of Captain Hewitt, of the H. B. I. C. S., ol Baft, Somerset, England, to Haii», eldest daughter of the late Ambrose BjJlen, Esq. ? i- .? ;? ?? \ DEATHS. j Crown-street, Sontb Head. Hosd, Annie M»rl», tbe beloved daughter of Joseph C. and Mary JtonVOung, aged 8 months and 14 days. .- On the 27th December, 1869, at the residence of bis parents. Seedy Creel; Coppvbella, Yots, John Thomas, infant bod of Jeremiah snd Hannah Maria Lehane, aged five months and On £ 2Sth December, 1869, at East Bargo, at the reaidence of her parents, Mary Anne, the beloved wife of 'Mr. Jaines MaUiolland, of Weat Batgo, in the S2nd year of her age, Issviig a husband and 6 small children tit deplore their loss. ' On the 1st instant, st the residence of hia son, GnnUum Cottage, Burwood, 'William C...

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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. T. Hale.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. T. Halc.l Six drunkards were mulcted in various sums, Joseph Duggan, supposed to be oE unsound xnisd, was remanded until Wednesday next. John G. Whitcman, a youth who hod deserted tn« training chip Vemon, -was Bent on board. James Brown, Charles Ward, and Joseph Black, xnree seamen oi tao aoDraon, were cnarged witn jiAvjng been drunk and disorderly, having made use of abasrot language, and having assaulted constables Lasaingtonand Collins in the execution of their duty. It appeared that the prisoners yesterday had a ' tot' or two extra, 'and began creating a disturbance on board. The Captain cent for the police, and when they arrived Brown and Ward committed a violent assault upon them. The; were, however, arrested, and, as the constables were conducting them along the Circular Quay, Black fol lowed, making uBe of obscenelanguage, and inciting the prisoners to resist and escape. Brown, against -whom there were two charges, was fined 10s., or two days ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

DIARY.— jAifDABr 3. ~^ Z High Water. Sun Sun Moon,s ^ _£ ? _ Bises. Sets. ? Even. | Mom. h.m. h.m. i i ?» _ „ h.m. 1 h.m. t.r 7.14 I 1-la-'n- 9.6 1 9.21 ?Iamuam.— First Quarter.— 10th. 7h. 7.0 a-m. %%z C\)enmg Jtetyg* MONDAY, JANIIAEY 3, 1870.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

Whatever more mischievous consequences may follow the political agitation that has thrilled the country during the present elections, it can hardly fail to have die effect of teaching those most deeply concerned, namely the rising population of native birth, to think more deeply than they have hitherto done, as a rule, upon the larger issues involved in a question, discarding the mere persona! antagonisms and prepossessions of the hour. Heretofore this has not been the case. Political struggles have taken, the shape of personal conflicts, and Anglo-. Australian pugnacity has been infinitely more, conspicuous than 'British sagacity. What ever may be the faults of bur Australian youth, no person can accuse them of any lack of courage. They are ready at all times to back an opinion, however hastily formed, by an appeal to arms. SIoore's description of the heroic devotion of bis youthful followers to the impostor Mokhanna will be found singularly applicable to the present case: Around h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

CwoncrW*-urt,TliisI-ay The City Coroner, this morning, held an jnornest at the Daniel Lambert Hotel, If ewtowp,. touching the. death of a boy named Peter Stephen Sfarphy, who was' aacidentally drowned on New Year's Day. John. Murphy, the father of the deceased, stated he was a baker, and resided at O'ConneTl-street, Newtown. Deceased was aged eight years and aix months, and was .a native of Camperdown, New South Wales. On Saturday last, at half -past nine, he and his wife went to a picnic, leaving four children at home. In Mr. Murphy's yard there is a well, the ? month of which is bisected by a dividing fence, running between the, house occupied' by. him and bUs. next door neighbour, Mr. Dymock, and there is A -trap-door to the \rell- on each side of the fence. Before leaving the house in the morning, Mr. Murphy placed a boiler capable of containing nearly .fourteen gallons, and which was almost full of water, across the trap-door on his side of the fenoe. This pre . caution he took...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. WAR NEWS. Via Melbourne, Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

llegraias, Thf Day/ LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. WAR NEWS. Via Melbourne, Monday, 4 pjo. : TcEpo^mTeply^WironvaBSngiBUtedthathej did not recognise King, and he intended to go on to Tokannotu. King has, is consequence, ordered all bis people to collect together.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Saturday Night. At the Adelaide New Year s Day Kaces, held to day, the Maiden Plate was won by the Duke of Wellington. The Steeplechase was won by Gipsy Girl, beating Launcclot by a neck. The SclHng Stakes was won by Ada ; the New Year's Handicap by Lapdog. — Empire. The Burrangonff Argus has changed hands. The Western Examiner gives currency to some rumours as to a fracas that recently occurred at Molong between two gentlemen, justices of the peace. As far as our contemporary learns the slumbering embers of passion were evoked by electioneering proceedings, and blows quickly followed words until a ring was formed, and the conflict proceeded en regie till 2 in the morning. On Thursday last (says the Bathurst Times) we saw at Messrs. Croaker and Co.'s Bazaar ' Koodoo Count,' a pure bred shorthorn bull, which has lately been imported from Victoria by Mr. J. Rutherford. The animal, which is one of Mr. Hobert McDougalTs famous breed of shorthorns, cost £115, and was pur chased...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

GEETMOTJTH. A large fire lias occurred.

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MELBOURNE. Saturday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

TirRT.'RnTTn'NT;. Saturday, noon. There is not much betting at the Melbourne Races to-day. Warrior is the favourite for the Sutton Stakes \ Ballarat for the Steeplechase The -weather is magniiicunl , all the places of business aro closed. Saturday Night. Tho Hurdle Race at the Now Year's Day Meeting. to-day, was won easily by Yorkshireman, Fair Neil taking second place. There was a very good race for the Three Years Old Handicap, and places were taken as follows: — Misty Morn, 1 ; Mathilde, 2 ; Kestrel, 3. Tho Midsummer Handicap was won well by Monk, beating Albany and Dutchman. Time, 3 minutes IS seconds. The Steeplechase was a magnificent race, and was won by Skipper'; Cur rajong second, and Babbler third. The Sutton Stakes was won easily by Strop, beating Kestrel and Monk. Time, 5 minutes 50 seconds. The Plate was won by Warrior ; Falstaff second, Eoyston third. — Empire. Saturday. A board has been appointed to inquire into alleged irregularities on board the Nelson, training shi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRRIVALS.—December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

SHIPPING / 'iRIVAIS.— December 31. Inlla, barq ? .-, 490 tons, Howes, from »ew York 2nd September. \ Towns and Co., agents. -Kre King, t earner, 200 tons, Hcrsse, from Manning Sw«. C. an.l K.E.S.N. Co., agents. January 1. Hero, steamer, 765 tons, Logan, from Melbourne 29th altimo. en route for Auckland. Passengers— For Syd m«y: Mr- Suermondt, Mr. Elty, and 12 in the steerage. For Auckland: Mr. and Mrs. Ciarkaon and infant, Mr. a&dUra. H. Joseph, Mrs.' Small and 3 children, Mrs. Bwune and 2 children, Mrs. Gilpin, Misses Fitzgibbon, Sb*r, M. A. Brown, B. Simpson, Bev, E. Nolan, Veins. A. D. Maeforlane, E. Perkins, D. Brigham, Rttgibbon, J. F. Hall, W. Bull, Oliver, G. Young, Matters A. Jones, fihsppere, Marks, and 15 in the steerage. Eldred and Spence, agents. Buster, steamer, 310 tons. Garde, from Merimbula. Passengers — Mrs, Keys, Mrs. Keid, Miss Crass, Miss Bttchie, Messrs. Baddly, Burgess, King, Hill, More keid, and 14 in the steerage. I.S.N. Co. , agents. January 2. ? H.T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870

PARR A MATT A AND RIVEB ?'?' 8TEA3IEBS, At about Half theEaSlmr BUM SWim Eing-street— 7, 9, II, It $,*? , _ ?- ye'ington-^g^fctnro, 6d only ««* XT R. N. - S. N. CO. aJBK^- ?S^nby to the hunter, yfEBBs&S** THIS (Monday/NIGHT, at 11, the CITY OF NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY, TheMOEPETH,TO.MOEBX)W(Xues^o™mG^0. Offices -Foot ot Market-street ? _;_ «q,5L fTlHE AUSTRALASIAN ffi£sre-^Vv A STEAM NAVIGATION COM . OOONANBARA, To-Morrow. Night, Tuesday, at II. TO MELBOURNE, AUCKLAND, To-Momw Afternoon, Tuesday, at 4.S0. TO AUCKLAND, AUCKLAND, on or about Friday, 4th instant. TO BRISBANE, ? LADY YOUNG, To-Morrpw Afternoon, Tuesday, st 6. TO MARYBOROUGH, Steamer early. T?C ROCKHAMPTON, EGMONT, To-Morrow Afternoon, Tuesday, at fi.- ? FEEDK- H. TEOUTON, Manager. . A.S.N. Co.'s .Wharf, Sussex-street. T IFE INSURANCE. Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. The Local Directors invite the attention ot the public to the following statement of the Company's financial position as pre...

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