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Commercial. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

CommerctaL 9 Monday, 4 p.m. By order of the importers, the cargo of sugars ex Morning Star, just arrived from Mauritiusi «bout! 25,515 email bags, was sold by auotion by 'Bradley,' Newton, and Lamb, at their Booms. There was an extreordieary demand for brown coas ters, and the lines soid realized very high prices. The other sorts met a small decline upon the rates realized at last sales, The sales, upon the whole, were satisfactory, and a large amount of business was done. The most of the lots of finest white crystals were passed. Finest white and yellow soft counters yielded £39 2s 6d, £87 10a, £37 7s 61, and £38; fine yellew counters fetched £87 10s, £37 12s, £88 and £37 ; middling yellew counters fetohed £37 2e 6d, £36 10s, £87 5s, £36, £36 2s 6d, £86 12s 6d ; and brown counters £36 and £35 5s. Some South Fea Island produce was also sold. Ooooanut oil reali2?d £31 12s 6d and £30 2s 6d per ton. A line of ootton, consisting of six bales, fetohed lOd per lb. Coir fibre was held at 1...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings—This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Pearce and Evans. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Police Proceedings— This Day* CENTBAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs, Pearce and Evans. J P.I John W. Payne, aged 60, described as a storekeeper, was brought up under warrant, by constable Mul queeny, for stealing, by means of a ' trick,' the sum of £6, tbe property of Mr. Thomas Amitage Salmon, on the 30th October last, The proBtcntor ii a pub lican, keeping the Chippendale Hotel, in Bank-street. The prisoner lodged with him two days. On the night in questien he told prosecutor that he could fee of Dftrinflfi ♦ ri titwi ? ina Vtibw a msn »1ia wsb i« jrlttiKnnl ties, and wanted to part with a quarter cask of brandy on an advanos of £2U. If prosecutor would advance tbe sum in question, arrangements would be made about tbe balanoe. Prosecutor said he could not spare more than £6. Prisoner said he bad £12, took the £6, and gave a receipt for it, promising, if the matter oould not be arranged, he would return the money at half-past 9. If he coald arrange the matte...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Criminal Court—This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Ch[?]eke) ADMISSIONS TO THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Central Criminal Court— This Say. (Before his Honor Mr. Jnstioe Oheeke ) ADMIIIIOHB I1) THB BAB. On the motion of thei Attorney-General, Mr. Andrew Bowman and Mr. Edward Bowman, of the Middle Temple, London, were admitted to the bar of New Bouth Wales. lumuveHXBB, Kobtrt Harvey was indicted for having, on the 4th Jane, on board a British ship called the Japan, killed and slain orw Neil Anderson Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undefended. Mr. Belinfante, instructed by Mr. Williamson, how ever, kindly consented to watch the case for the prisoner. Sir William Manning, Attorney-General, prosecuted on behalf of the Grown. Dete.tive Elliott deposed that he arrested the prisoner by virtue of a warrant, on board BUS. Blanche. He was there in charge ef the offioers of the ship. Witness received a parcel (produoed) when be arrested the prisoner. The paroel contains a blanket and knife. William Weatbrook deposed that he was a seaman on board the British ship Japan, a whaling vessel Early ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Gozarnr Wzoonra at Panrixc Hols,— ^On Van day last, 8th instant, ? large number of the friends of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Thompson; -of Pennant Hflla, seeemblel for the purpose of celebrating the Terr interesting ceremony styled ''« golden wadding,1* wbioh was held in oommemoratioa of the 60th anni versary of Mr. and Mrs. T.'« wedding day. Upward* of 100 relatives and a large number of other fnsnda weie present. At 1 o'olook a sumptuous dinner was served in a tent specially erected for th» oocaaion'on Mr. Thompson's ground, the tables literally groaning with the abundance of supply of edibles, &o^ every delioaoy in and eut «f season rendering the repast all that could be issued by the aust fastidious in euoh nutters. Toe dinner having been disposed of, the' amnmblage . repaired to theWesleyau Chapel close by, where addresses were delivered by the Bev. S. Wilkuuson and Other friends in honour of the event which had brought 'hen together, and to which Mr, Thompson briefly, tut fpe...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SOULS OF THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

THE SOULS OF THE CHILDREN. CUT CHAELES HAOEAY, EEO.UIBE.) « Who bids for the little children, Body, and soul, end brain P Who bids for the little children— So yonug and *itboat a stain ? Will no one bid, ' eaid England, ' For their sonli so pare and white, And apt for all good or evil The world en their page may write t' ' We bid,'' said pest and famine, ' We bid for life and limb ; Fever, and pain, and squalor Their bright yoa.Bg eyes shall dim. When the children grow too many, We'll nurse them as eur own, Aad hide them ia secret plaoes, Where none may hear their moan.' ' I bid,' said Beggary, bowling, ' I bid for them one and all ! I'll teach them a thonsasd lessons— To lie, to skulk, to oraw'l 1 They Bball sleep in my lair, like maggots, They shall rot in tbe fair sunshine ; And if they serve m- purpose, I hope they'll auBWer thine.' ' And I'il bid higher and higher,' Said Crime, with wolfish grin, 'For I love to lead the, children Through the pleasant paths pf ain. They shall sw...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JURY COURT. (Before his Ho[?]or Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four,) DAVIS V. NIXON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

.Tttrv OonAT. (Befere his Honor Mr. Jnetioe Fauoett, and a jury of four,) DAVIS T. BISON. Hr. Butler, instructed by Mr. B. B. Smith, for the plaintiff; Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Messrs, Holds worth and Brown, for the defendant Jury: Messrs, Charles W. Harwood, of Maquarie etreet, Sydney; Franois Hely, Kent-street, Sydney; Thomae Hely, Sent street, Sydney; and Anthony Hordern, J.P., Darling Point In tnia action the plaint-H, JU.r. Kooert JJot_, a grocer, carrying on business in Bussex-street, Sydney, eonght to recover damages for a slander uttered by Mr. Robert Nixon, a baker. The language specified in the declaration was to the effect that Davis was ' a b ? rogue, a b ? swindler, and a b ? thief, and had got the goods outeide his door by swindling.' £300 damages were claimed. The defendant pleaded not guilty. It appeared that the plaintiff had beoome indebted to the defendant in the sum of £1 ISs. fer bread pup plied, and the latter sent a message to him requesting payment The pla...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Supreme Court—This Day. Banco Court. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, chief Justice, and a jury of four) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day Bakoo Ooubt. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four ) MABSDEU T. THB HaTOR, &0., OF 8XDKBT. Mr. Batter and Mr. OavM, instrnoted by Mr. Moore, for the plaintiff; Sir James Martin, Q.O. god Mr. Salomon?, instructed by Mr. Driver, for the defendants. Jar;: Messrs,. Isaao John Joaepnson, Mscquarie street, Sydney; Jotiah Mason Illidge, merohnnt, Bar wood; John George Hanks, Snail's Bay; and George Horatio Ho well, 8 1 Leonards The declaration stated that the plaintiff, Qeorge Harsilen, was is possession of certain premises known as _tarsde_'e wharf and wool-pressing establishment, and that the defendants (the Mayor and Corporation of theoity of Sydney), had made and formed in the vicinity of such premises oertain outtiDgs, levelling, embankments, and drains, asd opened certain drains end sewers without due and proper care, and had negligently, carelessly, and improperly constructed the said embankments. &o, by means...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

ADELAIDE. Saturdav. Eapunda was lighted with gas last night by the Pro vincial Gas Company. Weather oool and fine. The Japan's oargo of deals has been ordered ou to Geelong. The eorn market ie very quiet. Wheat, 5s. 6i. to Ss. 7d. ; flour, £11 10s. to £13 10s.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART TOWN. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

HOBABT TOWN. Saturday. A erown trout was caught at Bagdad Greet, mea suring ten inches. The Chief Justioe retires at the end of the year, and Attorney-General Dobaon will be his buoceaeor. — Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL QUESTION. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

THE PUBLIO SCHOOL QUESTION. To tkA Editor of the Evening Nim. Sir,— The electors of New South Wales will have to exercise, in a few days, the very highest and raoet important function they or any free citizen can enjoy, viz., the selection of an intelligent, patriotic, and reepeotable man to represent them in the Parliament of this colony. Fiom what I know of many who were members of the late ' House,' and doubtless such information ia not confined to myself, I am certain that then will bs candidates at the approaching election, as there were members in the last Assembly, who hare no /»!«« to either intelligence, patriotism, or respectability. Above one-half of the last members were dummies ; another largo portion were mere 'place-hunters,' ready to do the -work— dirty or otherwise— of any leader, so long as they oonld obtain something to eapply their daily wants ; mere vampires, living upon the hard-earned taxes of the industrious olaesea/or elsej waiting for a change of Ministry ;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dissolution of the Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Dissolution of the Assembly. A Government Gaiette Extraordinary containing the following proclamation, was issued this morning',:— Pbociaiutiok by hie Exoellenoy the Bight Honorable Somerset Biohard, Earl of Belmore, a member of her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Ooanoil in Ireland, Governor and Oomraando'.-;a-Ohief of the oolony of New South Wales, and Vice Admiral of the same. Whereas by the bill passed by the Goversc: and Legislative Oounoil of New South Wales, in the seven teenth year of the reign of her Majesty the Queen, intituled ' An Aot to eonfer a Constitution on New South Wales and to grant a Civil List to her Majesty,' and assented toby her Majesty, under the authority of the Aot of the Imperial Parliament, passed is the session of the eighteenth and nineteenth years of the eaid reign, intituled 'An Aot to enable her MajsBtyto assent to a bill as amended of the Legislature of New Sou'i Wales to oonfir a Constitution on New South Wales, and to grant a Civil List to her Ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

BIRTHS. On the 4th instant, at Louisville, Newtown, the wife of Edmund H. Flannery, of a son.   On the 5th instant, at hir residence, Barraba Hotel, Windsor, the wife of Mr. William Stephenson, of son. On the 11th instant, at her residence, 51, King-street West, the wife of Mr. Charles Harpur, chemist, of a son. On the 11th instant, at her residence, 359, Elizabeth-street South, Mrs. Godfrey Levy, of a son. On the 14th instant, at her residence, 63, Victoria street North, Mrs. J. G. Oatley, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 10th instant, at St. James's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Canon Allwood, Charles Smith Jones, Esq., of Camperdown, Solicitor, to Emma Louisa, eldest daughter of William Roberts, Esq., Solicitor, Sydney.       On the 10th instant, at St. Peter's Church, Campbelltown, by the Rev. R. S. Willis, Henry Morris, of the Railway Depart- ment, Goulburn, to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas Chippen- dall, J.P., Bradley's Park....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

GREAT OLEARING-OUT SALE of the ENTIRE' STO0K of JOHN HALBEBT, S47, Pitt-street, next tie Theatre, Prior to his departure, in December, for CALIFORNIA. The Stock consists of Mantles Shawls, Millinery and Straw Goods Fbbot Dresses, Printed Muslins, . French Merinoea, Drapery, . Fancy Goods, &o N.B.— This being a Bona Fide 8ale, all goods will be sold regardless of cost; bo re*»onsble offer refused. gg-* The lease, fixtures, gasfittings, to , for sale, ALPBED LEVIEN'S SIDNEY AND MELBOUBNE HOTEL, CeENEE of Maeoaebt asd Kent Steeetb, SYDNEY, immediately opposite the Australian General Steam Navigation Company's Wba*f, and 150 yards frem Wyojard-tijuBre. fgp* Partiei arrmne per New Hunter Biver Steam Navigation Ccmpa.nj'g boats torn down Kent Btreet to the LEFT, and will speedily reach the SYDNEY AND MELBOUBNE HOTEL. The above Hotel is now open far, tbe reception of FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS, and nffordi all the oomfortoof a hone with ths auxiliaries of » first-class Hotel, combined...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Lunatic Schoolmaster. EXTRAORDINARY INSTANCE OF SELF-CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

A Lunatic Schoolmaster ElTEAOEMHART INSTANCE OF SELT-CoNIEOI. There was a curious oase of self coatrol exhibited in Paris at the Palace of Jnstioe tbe other day. A young man, aged 25, aiid of diatingsisbed apptaraooe, after giving 'jib address, and declaring himself sohool muter is a certain well-known college, begged that the Commiisary of the Palace would take him in oharj-e with a view to hii confinement in the Asylum ot 6t. Ann. He then explained that he was not mad in every respect; on the contrary, he possessed the (nil nee of i is mind ; only while aleeping among the pnpils confided to bia charge he was seized with the most deetraotive inclinations. Night after night in an agony of fear be had struggled with himself, and it was with tbe greatest difficulty that bc ftr he had suc ceeded in restraining his inteaae desire to ttrangle oce or two of the little boys. Now all hit energies were eihauited; he felt that this uckno»n po-rer would ultimately trinmpb over him ; and rather...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Criminal Court-This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke) Trial of John Clark for Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

Central Criminal Court— This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Jnstioe Gheeke. j Trial cf John Clark for Murder. John Clark, under remand from last sittings of the Central Criminal Oonrt, oharged with the wilful mur der of Suwn Clark, his wife, was new brought np for trial. Prisoner was defended by Ur. W. B. Dalley, in strocted by Mr. K. B. Smith. ?'Mr. Innes, instruoted by Mr, Williams,' the Crown Solicitor, proseouted on behalf of the Orown, and opened the cas?, He then called the following wit nesses:—* ?Sergeant Henry Eerr deposed : I was on duty in George etreet on the night of Monday, 2nd August ThiswitneBB'a evidence was similar to that given by him at the inquest. Constable Patriot Quigley deposed: Whilst at No. 1 police station I received some information, in conse qnenoa of which I went to the reudenc3 of Clark. When I went in I found the door looked I then went to the baofc dear and called, and prisoner opened the door. I saw nobody iti the house bit prisoner. I then went into a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYRON: HIS BIOGRAPHERS AND CRITCS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

BYRON: HIS BIOGRAPHERS AM- 0BITI08. A lecture was hut night delivered by Mr. Sheridan Moore, before the members of the Australian Patriotio Association, at their hall, Pitt-street, the subject being ?'Byron: his biographers and antics.' Mr, B ;B. Smith, president of the association, occupied the chair, The leoturer oommenced his lecture by a brief refer enoeto Lord Byron's ancestors, Foul Weather Jack (at Commolore Bvron was called bv the sailors), who married the heiress of the Trevellyans, aod was after wards Governor of Newfoundland; and bis son, who was afterwards known as the Mad Captain, and Who was the father of the poet— the, only fact thai eaves hie memory from contempt and exeoration. Mr. Moore spoke ef the marriage of this heartless profligate with the heireea ef the aouie of Gordon, the mother of tbe poet, who was born in 1788,. in an obscure Btreet in London, and amidst poverty. Tben he epoke of the desertion of mother and obild by the Mad Captain, who had squandered th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.; and Messrs. Cohen and Thompson.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

Polioe Proceedings— This Day. OENTEAL POLICE COURT. (Bsfore Captain Bcett, P.M.; and Messrs, Cohen and Thompson.) Bobert Laokey, brought up on warrant by eon stable Thomas M'Namara, charging him with having UBlawfully and maliciously icfliotsd grievous bodily harm on William Weiohell, was remanded until Tues day next, bail being allowed, self in £40, and one surety in a like amount Daniel J. Daley, apprehended by constable ttyen, on warrant, oharging him with having assaulted one Mary Hovenden, was fined £5, or two months to gaol. William Tarbuck, aged eighteen, was charged by constable P. Lyons with having aeeaulted Alfred Jarvis on the 6th instant, and robbed him of £2 5s, in notes and silver, a pair of calipers and other articles. He was remanded until Tuesday next James Keane, brought up on warrant, by constable Keane, for negleoting to contribute to the eur port of his illegitimate child, by Martha Swan, was remanded until to-morrow; bail allowed. James Sempill appeared before ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

TUESDAY, KOVBMBBE 16, 1869. An intelligent correspondent lately oalled attention ia the Evening News to a grievanoe ef a serions nature, one the removal of whioh is surrounded with considerable difficulties — namely, the prolonged and unhealthy hoars of labour entailed by their trade on journey men bakers. It has been always the onstom amongst bakers to do the greater part of their werk daring the night and small hours of the morning, with questionable advantage to the publio, and serious detriment to them selves. How this OHstom originated it is diffioult to imagine. Perhaps before gastronomy beoame a eoienoe, hot bread for breakfast may have been esteemed a luxury. The digestion of onr ancestors doubtless partook of the general physioal vigor whioh we are led to believe is an in variable conoomitant of a rude civilization. Bat one would imagine that the most power ful and effioient digestive apparatus would rebel against a long oon'inued indulgence in hot bread as a morning meal. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Supreme Court-This Day. BANGO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) MA[?]DEN V. THE MAYOR, &c., OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day. e Baboo Oeusi, (Before his Honot Sir Alfred Stephen, Ohief Justice, and a jury of font.) atABSDEN V, THB HATOI, &S.. OF STDKBT. Mr. Butlet and Mr. Davis, instructed by Mr. Moore, for the plaintiff ; Sit James Martin, Q 0., snd Mr, Balsmons, instructed by Mr. Driver, foi the de fendante. . This aetion was resumed and oiGcluded. As stated in out yesterday's issue, it was on action initituted by Mr. Georee Manden aeainnk tho Mavni*. nimnntSnn. and oitizenB of Sydney, to recover dam ages fot certain nuisanoes caused by them, in mating alterations in Kent-street to tie plaintiff b premieee. The declaration was ia two counts; by the first the defendants were charged with the erection of the embankments, oca, and by the eeoond with having negligently and improperly eon struoted them. The defendants pleaded not guilty' by statutes 14 Viotoria, No. 41, seotions 82 and 84 ; 17 Victoria, No. 34. eeotions 7, 8, and 9; and 21 Victoria, No. 12, section 9. ? It app...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. GRAFTON. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869

TELBQRAPHIO MESSAGES, GfiAFrON. Monday Evening. The Agues Irvisg, steamer, arrived on Sunday afterooen, sad sails tot Sydney oa Saturday Eioininit — Bmpire.

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