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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

BUGGI 2S. FOR SALE or HIRE— the cheapest and best variety in Sydney, GIBSOVS, opposite School of Arts, 2S2, Pitt-street. G DOUGLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt-street, ? near Park-street Buggies and Spring Carts always on band ; repairing and painting done at the shortest notice. Wheels Tyred, Mondays and Fridays. Spring carts lent till the repairs are cxecuU-d, at reasonable prices. /COLONIAL OVENS.— 1000 FOR SALE, ^ at reduced prices. PARTRIDGE'S Manufactory Bathurst-street. COK11UO ATKD mOK-n. few Ions FOE. SALE, at £2G. GALVANISED IRON TANKS, for preserving rain water, 100 to 2000 fallons. PART1UDGE, Bntbursl-strcet. FUNERALS. FUNERALS. Messrs. J.aod G. SHVINr;, of No. 71:1, CEOEHE-STEEET SOUTH, opposite Christ Church ; 120 South Head Koad. near Palmer-Etrcct ; and Abercronibie-srreet, opposite St. Benedict's Church, beg respectfully to return thanks to their friends and the public in ceneral, for the hind support that they have received since their commencement in the BUSI NESS of UND...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

VICTORIA. [PIIOM OL'lt Sl'ECIAL COUILESrONDENT.] Melbourne, December 31st. In the midst- of the festivities of the season, our Legislators have been hard at work to bring to a close a session of unusual length and little profit, and amongst the ten measures which received the Royal assent on Wednesday were the Appropriation, Railway Loan, Mining Companies Limited Liability Act Amendment, Local Governments, and JLiand Laws Amendment Bills. Parliament was prorogued at half-past 4 p.m., to the tune of a salute of seven teen guns, fired by the Royal Artillery. His Excel lency Viscount Canterbury — for under that title his Lordship will in future be known — appeared in the usual vice-regal uniform, and wore mourning for his deceased brother, intelligence of whose death was received by the last mail. The session just closed comprised 120 sittings from February 11th to December the 29th, and during that period only about five and thirty measure have become law. The session, however has bee...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TATIERSALL'S RACE MEETING. SECOND DAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

TATIKBSALL'S RAGE MEETING. Second Day, January 3bd, 1870. Agnin a very small attendance, barring the usual number of bookmakers, sporting men, and those im mediately interested. The course was almost a blank. The band was present and played during the day. The road both going to and returning from the races, presented no special feature of interest, not even a 'bus break down chansrinir its monotony. The 'buses engaged were limited to a very few. A boy -was run over by an equestrian amateur on the journey, but was fortunately not injured by the collision. Again a very excellent dinner was provided by Mr. O'Brien, of Tattarsalls, at the Grand Stand Saloon ; the icod drinks heing very acceptable to thirsty sportsmen. Punctually at 1 o'clock, the four horses entered for the Hurdle Eace came to the post. Magnet was made first favourite, but many knowing ones stuck to the old veteran Comet, who looked in better buckle than we have seen him since ha came from the Melbourne side. Ximrod an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ALLEGED FRAUD ON THE E., S., and A. C. BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

THE ALLEGED FRAUD ON' THE E., S., and A. O. BABTK. Jamcs Gregg, the supposed principal in the alleged fraud on the above bank, was arrested on Saturday night in Goulburn, whither he was followed by Detec tive Lyons, of Sydney, who overtook him at Cobb and Co.'s coach office. Gregg had paid his fare by coach from Goulburn to Yass. The sum of £183 was found on the nrisoner at the time ofjliis arrest. Lyons brought him him before the Bench at Goulburn and he was at once remanded to Sydney, and was this morning brought before Cap tain Scott, P.M., who remanded ptisoner till Friday. Detective Lyons stated that prisoner had made a statement, which he at present declined to give. We believe that the effect of the statement made by Gregg is that the sup posed persons named Lee and Olliver were never in existence. That he (Gregg) opened the accounts at the Newtown bank, and that he signed and cashed the cheque for £400. In fact, that he is the principal in the whole concern. What bird is tha...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Day, J. E. Manning, and M. E. Murnin.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

WATER POLICE COURT.. (Before Messrs. Day, J. E. Manning, and M. E. Murnin.) Two drunkards were fined. John Nicholas (67) was charged with riot us behaviour in Victoria-street, on the 3rd instant Constable M'Cann stated that he had arrested prisoner when near the French Consul's bouse, at which place he was try ing to extort money. He was very abusive, and an idle aud disorderly person. Prisoner ,was fined 40s., costs, or seven days' sraol. Edward Prentice was remanded until Wednesday, on a charge of embezzling moneys, the property of Mr. Moss, Custom House agent. Elizabeth Cole was fined 10s., and Gs. Gd. costs, for ihrowing a cabbage at, and striking with a chair, Mrs. Bridget Laton, with whom she was lodging. John Wheolan, landlord of the Volunteer Artillery Hotel, George-street, was fined 10s., and 5s. Gd. costs, or keeping his house open at unauthorised hours. Mrs. Sarah Pile, the owner of the ship Sarah Pile' was summoned for £3 9s. wages due to Charles Hardwin, a seaman on boa...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

Telegrams, This Day. MELBOtTBNE. Tuesdav. very heavy rainfall yesternight, amounting to one and a half inch, according to Bcale. The proposed San Francisco mail project is viewed here very favourably. Maize Elightly better. Sales of kerosene at 2s. Id. _ in me neavy ram of last night, accompanied by violent squalls of wind, Elizabeth-street was flooded. Tie road metal has been -washed away, and a man and two boys were narrowly saved from drowning. The mail steamer Malta anchored opposite Queens chff last night, and reached the bay early this morn ing. Ads-n-ED.— Kate Conley, from Callao.

Publication Title: Evening News
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Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) Alleged Fraud on the E., S., and A. C. Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

Police Conrts, This Bay. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) Alleged Fraud on the E., S., and A. O. Bank.. James Gregg, printer, was brought beiore tne (jourt by detective Lyons, under remand from Goulbum, ' charged with conspiracy to defraud the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank of the sum of £400. Detective Lyons deposed: About 12 o'clock on Satur J ? ..In.i.i T n«M»inlianJa^ +\ta Tl IMC fill Pr fvf. Cirniilllli ITt. Sergeant Fenton was present. I told prisoner that 1 arrested him on a charge of conspiring with others in defrauding the English, Scottish, and Ausfcraliiin Char tcred Bank at Sydney of the sum of £400. In reply prisoner said, 'That is the charge, is it *' He subse quently said, 'You have got the wrong man.' I took prisoner to the lockup Goulbum, and there saw bin searched. The sum of £186 8s. 9d. was found on him, in noies, gold, and silver : also, two rings, two shirt studs, a package of papers, photographs, &e., a pocket book, ...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

ADELAIDE. ? . Tuesday. ±ne motion of want of confidence in the Govern ment is to he brought on to-morrow, and a narrow division is expected. A man was accidentally shot by his companion at Hoonta on Saturday. There has been a heavy thunderstorm at Burra Buna. Morning Creek is bank high. Messrs. Stowe, Bruce, and Myers have commenced proceedings on behalf of their clienta against the Government respecting the northern territory.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Court, This day. (Before his Honor Judge Simpson.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

?District Court, This day. B- (Before his Honor Judrre Simuson. ) BJ SOBSON V. E.ISS.— This was a plaint for £57 5s ^?alleged to be due for work and materials, goods sold ^Bttd delivered, &c. It was called on but not proceeded Blwith, as it had been settled out of Court. BJ. Viabra V. Taylor.— The plaintiff claimed £90 18s. ?U for wages due. The question was purely one of ?account, verdict tor iio. Air. Kooerts appeared tor Klie defendant. ? Wetb V. Evass.— This was an action in which £100 ?damages were claimed for an alleged assault. The ?plaintiff, a Airs. Weir, stated that on the 6th May she ?heard a noise in a room in the same house as ?that in which she resides, and a noise of a ?violent altercation. She ran up and found the defen ?Oant ill-treating a young lady ; a Mrs. Brown who ?occupied the apartment being also present. She ?ordered him out and he then assaulted her violently Bprith a riding whip, striking her across the chest. Dr. ?Cos deposed to having treated Mrs...

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HOBART TOWN. (VIA MELBOURNE.) Tuesday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

HOBAKT TOWN. (Via Melbophke.) Tuesday, 3 p.m. Ine r lying Squadron arrived on Sunday. Admiral Hornby and several friends dined at Government House. The public have been permitted to visit and inspect the ships. There is great excitement. Many excursions are projected. ?

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Coroner's Court, This Day DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

fconei'sCourt,TWs))ay I DETERMINED SUICIDE. ?l. cjtv Coroner this morning held an inquest on ?bod? of aman named William Murphy, a fireman, K3 on hoard the steamship You Yungs. The ?STrosheld at Blow's HofeL, corner of Ken* ? ffineriieefai. The following is theevidence: ?n Redman Clarke, master of the You Tangs trad ??Tt!l ii:. ™~f ot,j Mfillioume. stated that 15W be^empWedas fireman on hoard tot ?a He was a natiVe of Ireland, and married. His En in Melbourne, and witness believed that he Reft a family. Witness had known him about foil ?f Hera a man. of temperate habits. Did not K,' whether deceased went on shore. About ?^'-he forecastle. Witness, went forward and ?deceased on the deck in the forecastle one of the ?£?£ holding his head. He was insensible but ?was alive. Dr. Dansey w.E^XrtTkt KLed the body. He pronounced We erbnet. The ?Twasthen removed to the steerage. Witness had ML- seen anything in deceased's appearance to ?rb£T toi h3k that deceased's mind was ?tired. Timothy Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

SHIPPING ARRIVALS. —January 3. Havilah, steamer, 200 tons, Saunders, from Rock bmnhni 30th ultimo. Passengers — Sliss Scyniore, Mr. H. Robinson, and 9 in the steerage. A. S. N. Co., ?gents. You Tones, stciimcr. 474 tous. Clark, from Mel bourne via Twofold Bay 31st December. Passengers. — Mrs. Holloway, Mrs. Field, Mrs. Dudgeon, Mrs. Cohen, and 2 servants, Mrs. Hudson, Miss Walker, Miss 'Watson, Messrs. Hennings, Gray, Clacken, Emery, Webb, S. Solomon, C. Solomon and Deney. W. H. Smith, agent. January 4. Blackbird, steamer, 530 tons, Some, from Melbourne 31st ultimo. Passengers — Rev. D. Kinirev, Mr. Bond, and 4 in the steerage. Joseph Ward and Co., agents. TTnderley, ship, 1292 tons, Tidniarsh, from Graves end 9th October. Passengers.— Mr. and Mrs. Alleyne and child, Dr. ami Mrs. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Teale, Mrs. Garrett, Messrs. Carey, Jobson, Corbitt, Harper, Phillips, and 37 in the steerage. 'Willis, Merry, and Lloyd, agents. DEPARTURES. -January 3. Coquette, schooner, for South ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

P AREA MATT A AND Rl^fc STEAMERS, *» I At about Half the Railway Bates. B From King-street— 7, 9. 11, 1, 3, 6. K Erom Parramatta— 6.50, 7.30, 9, 11, 1, S, 6. _ „ B Calling at Hunter's Hni, Gladesvillc, Nee Point, Byi [yCTfa*ton-^g^tto^ta^eaoniy. , M %&!Mlg&B Sydney to the Hunter, BTO-MOEKOW (Wednesday) NIGHT, at 11, the MORPET B Newcastle to Sydney, mTke CITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-M0BE0W CWednesdi I MORNING, at 10. F. j. TH0MAS, Manager, Bp Offices - Foot of Market-street. T HE AUSTRALASIA STEAM NAVIGATION CO] @E3?S2IliS3?- PANT'S STEAMSHIPS— fflpffTggBaMi To Hunter River, |£cOONANBAIU, To-Nighl, Tuesday, at 11. B To Melbourne. V AUCKLAND, To Afternoon, Tuesday, at 1.30. B To Auckland, K AUCKLAND, on or about Friday, 4th instant. K To Brisbane, BjLADY YOUNG, This Afternoon, Tuesday, at 5. M To Maryborough, |i Staamer early. B To Bockhampton, BtaGMONT, To-Morrw A/fcernoon, Wednesday, at 6. j| FBEDK. H. TBO0TON, Manager. K A.B.N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street M\ USTRALIAN MUTU...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

A letter received from India by the hist mail says-— An attempt to grow coffee on a large scale in South Australia is shortly about to be made by an Indian capitalist of great experience in coffee planting in India and elsewhere. Agents from this gentleman are expected tp arnve by the next mail, when, should thpir reports, prove favourable, application will be at once made to the South Australian Government for a large tract of hind on which to establish the plantation. It u said that should Australia not prove a favourable field of enterprise, Fiji will be visited. Windsor.— The New South Wales Amateur Christy Minstrels held a grand ethiopian concert, at the School ofArta, on Saturday evening, January 1st The principal parts were taken by Messrs. Rooney, Griffiths Poulter, SewelL Beaumont, and Harden. Mr. H. C.' Humfress, presiding at the pianoforte. The hall of the bchool of Arts was crowded to excess, many not being ?We to obtain seats. The performances ol the Christy? were well ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

FU N B 11 A. L.— The friends of Mr. BARTHOLOMEW M'NAMAEA, are ivited to attend the funeral of his deceased daughter, MAEGABET. To move from his residence, No. 213 Cumberland-street, TO MORROW (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at a quarter to 3 o'clock, to the Catholic cemetery, Petersham. JAMES CURTIS, Undertaker 59, Hunter-street. ST A It R-B 0 W K E T T BUILDING SOCIETY, No. 2. BALLOT for £300, WEDNESDAY, January 6th. No memlwrs in arrears allowed to participate. T. MILLER, Secretary. SYDNEY SECULAR SOCIETY. — A MEETING every WEDNESDAY EVENING at S p.m., at 392 ELIZABETH-STREET, corner of Campbell street, Haymarket. Subject for discussion TO-MORROW EVENING, ' Would a Secular Education elevate ilaukind? ? MM'ENCROE is now selling American » Negrohead and Mirror Tobaccos, 4sperlb.; Ame rican Honey Dew, 3s Od and 4s per lb.; Colonial Honey Dew, 2s; Colonial Negrohead, Is per lb.; Briarwood Pipes, straight and bent, 3s per dozen; Rifle Cigars, suitable forhotelkeepers, £5 per thousand; Havanna s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRIDENDS IN COUNCIL. "WELL, WELL, WELL I" Street Philosopher [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

; FBTENDS IN COUNCIL. ' WELL, WELL, VTELL i ' Strtet Philosopher 1 am not an eavesdropper, most noble Festus; but is it my fault that, in my anxiety to root out all Fenian conspiracies, and arrest all vagram men if need bo, I found myself within hearing of the pro ceedings of a select party of four, whose conversation, at the first few -words I caught, interested me so much that I could not fly— even if nature had gifted me with the means of that exalted mode of locomo tion? Windeyer appeared to be the chairman, and the ease with which he lolled one leg over tho arm of that chair could only be equalled by the grace with which he now and then scratched himself, or gave' himself a rub. Farnell -was Bmirking as intelli gently as usual ; Campbell of Morpoth -wa» diversifying every seutonco of his remarks -with an apparently useless and ridiculous ' yes ' ; -and Buchanan was on his legs, which were stretched apart, as, with his left arm behind his back, and hi» right extended grandly for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

? — - THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBEES EtEfiTrcn Electobateb. Names op Mehbebs. Newcastle ? tQ. A. Lloyd (N.M.) - East Sydney ? H. Parkes ? Sir James Martin ? D. Buchanan ? tfi. King (N.M.) Paddington ? *Hon J. Sutherland Clarence ? *T. Bawden (N.M.) West Sydney ? J. Wearne (N.M) ? *Hon. J. Bobertson ? W. C. Windeyer ? fW. Speer (N.M.) Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes (N.M.) Murrumbidgee ? *W. Macleay Newtown ? *S. C. Brown Glebe ? fG. W. Allen (N.M.) Argyle ? *E. Butler (N.M.) Goulburn ? »M. Alexander The Ncpean ? J. T. Kyan Kiama ? H. Parkes IUawarra ? *J. Osborne (N.M.) Wollombi ? *J. Ecldbrd Camden ? fA. Onslow (N.M.) ? * J. Morrice Shoalhavcn ? *T. Garrett Eden ? H. Clarke (N.M.) Braidwood ? *M. W. Kelly Orange ? *Hon. S. Samuel Balranald ? * J. J. Phelps The Hunter ? *J. Dillon (N.M.) West Macquarie ? E. Webb (N.M.) Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold East Maithmd ? *Alex. Dodde The Upper Hunter .... *A. Bell Mudgee ? fM. H. Stephen (N.M.) Parramatta ? J. Bvrnes ? J. S.'Famoll Morpeth ? James C...

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Monday. Mr. Bartloy, the Senior Examiner of Titles under Torrens's Act, has retired from office in consequence of the Government wishing to effect retrenchment in the department. The races of Saturday wore good, and there were no accidents. The Maiden Plate of 30 sovs, added to a sweep stakes of 3 sovs. One mile. Woight for age. Entrance, 2 sovs. The Duke of Wellington . . . . 1 Handicap Steeplechase, of 50 sovs, added to a sweepstakes of 3 soys. About three miles, over such jumps as the Stewards shall determine. Nomination, 2 sovs. ? . Gipsy Girl.. .. .. ..1 Launcelot . . . . . . . . 2 This was a splendid race, and was won by only a neck. Selling Stakes of 20 sove, added to a sweepstakes of 2 sovs. One mile and a half. The winner to be sold immediately after the race, and any surplus over the entered prize to go to the funds. If entered at £60, weight for ago ; if at £45, allowed 7 lbs ; if at £30, allowed 14 lbs ; if at £15, allowed 21 lbs. Entrance, 1 sov. Ada .. .. ..l...

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LYNCH-LAW IN MARYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

LYNCH-LAW IN MARYLAND. On Monday, the 11th instant, a coloured man com mitted an outrage on a young lady, a school-teacher near Fort Washington, sixteen miles from this city, while she was on her way to, and within 200 yards of the school-house. 'When found by her friends she was lying on the ground fearing to move lest the assailant should return, and finding her alive kill her. The negro was arrested the same day, taken to Piscataway, where he was identified by the lady, and a committal made out against him, and in charge of constables John Under wood and Anthony Anderson, he was immediately started in a wagon for Marlboro', the county-seat. At his request he was taken to his house to bid his wife good-bye. 'While the waggon was standing in front of his house it was approached by about 20 men, dressed only in their shirts and drawers, one only in a sliirt, and with handkerchiefs with pierced eye-holes. After tying constable Underwood, who had attempted to de fend his prisoner and ...

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ELECTIONS TO COME OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 January 1870

ELECTIONS TO COME OFF. Electorate. Candidates. Monaro ? W. Grahame Hon. Daniel Egan Gold-fields South ? K Baker G-. M. Stephen Gold-fields North ? W. Koman J. Rourke Gold-fields West ? Walter Church 'W. Kedroan.

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