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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
Another case of animal poisoning by coming into contact with diseased sheep has occurred at Wagga Wagga. The Eurongilly correspondent of the Wagga Wagga Exprtzs, under date 21st ultimo, says :— On Friday last as two young men named Robert Patten and George Skecra were riding within sight of the station of Mr. Morris, a horrible and sickening spectacle met their gaze. Within about forty yards of a road lead ing to a lime-kiln, there lay stretched upon the ground the mutilated form of a human being, and down to the very boots utterly divested of every particle of clothing. One of the arms was gone, and decomposi tion had so far done its ghastly work that all hope of identification was out of the question. By some the remains have been supposed to be those of a Cliinaman, but this supposition lias since been generally rejected! as, upon closer examination, the liair upon the skull was found to be much finer and silkier than is usually the case with the natives of the Celestial Empire. ...
COMMERCIAL. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
COMMERCIAL. Bfonday, 4 p.m. There is very little bubincss doing in the markets to day, sales of imported goods being but of a trifling cbartater, and colonial produoe only asked for in small quantities, to meet actual requirements. The flour market is unaltered, the best of Adelaide silk dressed facing offered at £12. Wheat is quoted at 5s for old Adelaide, 4s for colonial, per bushel. Maize is firm at 3s 4d,'Cape barley 2s to 2s 6d, English ditto 2s 6d to 3s, 'Man Is 2d ; hay is plentiful from the Hunter, lucerne at 30s to 45s per ton, oaten 40s to Cos, straw 30s to 40s, onions are very plentiful at from 2s to 3a perjewt., potatoes, ditto at 2s to 3s. Farm produce is still offering in any quantity —Fowls at 2s 3d to 2s 9d perpair, turkeys 12s to 25s, geese 5s to 6s, eggs lOd to 12d per dozen, bacon 5h& to 7W per 11)., store pigs 2jd to Sid per lb., calves 10s to 25s each, hides Cs to 20s each.
LIVERPOOL. Monday, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
LIVERPOOL. Monday. 3.30 n.m. The official declaration of the poll for the Central Cumberland electorate took place at noon to-day. The Returning Officer stated that the numbers were as follows: — Lackey... ? 713 Flood ? 629 CampljeU ? 616 -Jones ,... ? 46? ? Messrs Lackey and Flood were, therefore, declared to be duly elected.
WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
?WELLINGTON. It is 'stated, on the authority of. tiie Wellington Past, that General Chute has Veen recalled from the command of the troops in Australia. Inteligence has teen received that the New Zealand insurance Company has declared a dividend of 10 per cent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
BUGGIES. FOR SALE or HIRE— the cheapest and best variety in Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite School of Arts, 282, ritt-street. G DOUGLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt-street, ? near Park-street Buggies and Spring Carts always on hand ; repairing and painting done at the shortest notice. Wheels Tyred, Mondays and Fridays. Spring carts lent till the repairs are executed, at reasonable prices. /COLONIAL OVENS.— 1000 FOR SALE, ^--' at reduced prices. PAUTRIDGE'S Manufactory, Bathurst-Etveet. CORRUGATED 1 EON -a few tons FOK SALE, at £20. GALVANISED IKON TANKS, for preserving rain water, 100 to 2000 gallons. PAETEIDGE, Batbursfc-strcet. TO HOTRLKEEPERS and PRIVATE FAMILIES. —The undersigned has FOB SALE Superior 11EVPJGEBATORS, guaranteed charcoal lined, all sixes. No family should be without one during the Summer months. Price, from 60s eaeh. B. B. HEBBLEWHITE, 432, George-street, Sydney. TpUNERALS. FUNERALS. Messrs J and G. SHYING, of No. 719, GEOBGE-STREET SOUTH, opposite Christ Church ; 1-20 South...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
Sale t-y Auction. TG1ABEF, SKINNER, and COMPANY* M} OomnritrionAeenUiadfeneral Ancttonsm, arc fag ?1ra-*ed to «eU on WEDNESDAY neit,»t their Booms. JS HttrsSeeVneafMarkeCBtreet, '' ' ^^ ?: A choice lot or drapery. ladies1 and gentlemen ngniijsi a ringlc orttoe am make thdr purchases at thle «ali, « «H goods will be sold in small lota. ' Out door aales attended to oa reasonable tenm. Oesh paid over immediately after the sale. ? =» MB Timo 11 o'clock Terms, ouh. . 1 ' ' ?.'.?;../. . . 'S SCANDINAVIAN HALL, CASTI,EBEA.GH-STEEET. - ? Proprietor and Hall Manager . .Mr. V. 5. Johnwm ? : Stage Manager ? Hr. W. H.Foril' Pianist and Hamumlit .. ..Mr. A. 8anerWer Viollnlrt .. .. .. ..Mr. W. Botnes ' Scenic Artists,. ..Mesare. Barnard »nd Vincent troperty Muter .. .. ..Hx.'H]imIar THIS EVENING, January Z, 1870. Fast I. Overture.. ., .. .. .. ..Orehesba Opening Glee— See onr oars .. .. ..Comma* New Song— Always was a Swell . . . .Mr. .G Tnma Ball*!- The Harlech March ;. .. ..Mr. I*S55e Irish Bo...
MELBOURNE. Monday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
MELBOTTUNE. Monday, 3 p.m. ? The Age, in its leader of this morning, says that MeBsrs. Byrne and Eceve -will be compelled by their colleagues to shortly resign. Harris, the pedestrian, challenges to run Hewitt five races of different lengths for £100 each race. He substitutes a hundred yards spin for the half mile. TJ»e challenge remains open until Thursday next. The City of Adelaide arrived on Saturday at mid night. She is advertised to sail on Wednesday.
THE BISHOP OF BATHURST ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
THE BISHOP OF BATHUHST ON EDUCATION. The following remarks, made by Bishop Quinn ou the occasion of distributing prizes at the Roman Catholic School, Bathurst, appear in the Bathursl Times, of the 25th ultimo: ' I am highly pleased with the efficient state of this school. The results ore eqnal, if not above those attained in former years, and therefore, as you all know, very satisfactory. I feel a peculiar interest in this denominational school, for it b here that the great proportion of our boys are being prepared to moot the great battle of life. I take a deep interest in denomi national schools of all kinds. I consider them the safe guards for imparting a knowledge of eternal as well as secular or temporal truths. For doing my manifest duty in this respect, I have more than once been held up to the derision of the puMio by Mr. Parkes. I shall continue, however, to pursue the path of duty, no matter what amount of censure I may uraw down from that worthy gentleman. Now, whilst I p...
HUNTED DOWN. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
HUNTED DOWN. (tS OKIOnTAt STOBT, WMWltM ESPMSSTt FOB THIS JODBKAIi.] CHAPTEEIU. I fonnd the dear girl in great distress. She at once told me of the scene between the Count and her lover, and passionately urged me to prevent their meeting. 'He would not promise ine,' she moaned, wringing ker hands the while in on ecstasy °f grief. 'Oh, Harry, he would not promise me not to meet this wretched man.' ... I strove to Booths her. Bat I could gay little in com fort, since 1 knew better tlian she, that a deadly meet ing between the rivals was certain; but I promised, in all sincerity, that I would use all the influence I possessed to prevent it. 'Harry,' said poor Esther, her sweet face working with her. fear and grief, 'if aught happens to William, It will kill me. Dear brother, you cannot tell howl lore him. Save him, dear friend '-and she caught my fcaad in ben and looked imploringly into my face. _ I could but repeat my promise; and so, laving aalmed the poor girl, I left her. I was sad...
DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
pUBBO, . JFBQH OUS 00RBESFOKDSKT.1 Shocking Oocubkbkce.— One of the most fatal and appalling .occurrences of which Dubbohas been the scene, took place ou the evening of the 24th instant.' The partuiulars lie in ft very narrow compass. William Beokeg. a squatter, on a visit to Dubbo for the holi days ; Mark Mangin, stockman to W. W. Brocklehurst, Esq., also on a visit ; and George Smith, or, as he liked toDB called, ?? Dusty Bob,' or 'The White laon,' station holder, residing in Dubbo, were in a buggy or 'sociable' and were being driven' by Mr. Beakes through the town, until one of the wheels caught the stump of a tree — the suddenness of the jolt throwing the driver headlong Into the street. He escaped with a slight bruise, the buggy wheels passing over fall legs. The twojhorses, becominguncontroUable, started offat » furious pace along one of the cross streets, and, probably to save himself, Mangin appeared to throw himself out, but in so doing alighted on his head. So violently wa...
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Evans and Spence.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 January 1870
POlice Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Evans and Spence. ) James Connor, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s., or three days to gaol ; for assaulting a con- stable, was fined an additional 10s., or three days to gaol ; and for tearing the constable's uniform coat was mulct in a further penalty of 30s., or fire days' impri- sonment. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Donohoe pleaded guilty to furiously driving two horses attached to an omnibus in George-street, and was fined 40s., or seven days to gaol. Daniel Hinchy, charged with assaulting one John Doolan, was remanded until Thursday next, in conse- quence of the illness of the prosecutor. William Thompson, alias Brockey, and Hugh Downey were brought before the Court by senior- constable McEvoy, charged with stealing 15s., from the dress pocket of Mrs. Parr, on South Head Road. Senior-constable McEvoy deposed that he, in company with constable Camphin, arrested the pr...
MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870
MONTHLY CIKCULAE. The correspondence delivered by the Geelong, steamer, on the 24th instant, reports an unproved Con tinental demand for our staple article. In the English manufacturing districts, however, the inquiry was scarcely so active, great difficulty being experienced in quitting goods at a remunerative price. The fourth and List series of wool sales were to com mence on the 11th November, and by telegram we learn that an advance of a halfpenny per lb. had been estab lished on the September quotations. This, though scarcely so marked an improvement as we expected, is, at any rate, a movement in the right direction, and one we hope to see continued in a more decided manner by the time the first of the new clip reaches its des tination. Our local movement in favour of more frequent sales has, we see, been forestalled by the action of the com mittee of the New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land Commercial Association, who, on the 28th October, re solved—' Tbat in the coming year...
JACK LOUDEN ; OR, LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870
JACK LOUDEN; ! OK, LIFE IN THE BUSH. ] ' Oh, no ; it has nothing to do with debts,' oaid the coachman, laughing (made oominunicative by the rum), and poking his new acquaintance in the ribs ; 'a love affair— you understand ! They always pay best ; we never have anything to do with a fellow who -srante to cut from his creditors. Such f eUowe are glad to get away on foot.' 'Love affair? ha !' reseated John; with a contemp tuous shake -of the head. ' I never fancied any one had to do such things on the sly in Australia. I should say there are plenty of girls here.' ' But not plenty of yellow boys,' said the coachman, still hugging the flask with the evident design of re newing his attack. Old Nishke or Pishke, as the fel low is called, is said to be very well off, and I have a good notion the girl will take a good bit of money with ier fer the journey.' 'Phew!' whistled John, through his teeth. A. new thought flashed across his mind, which made liis heart beat quicker, inured as he was...