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STEALING (S) FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
STEALING £8) FKOlf THE PERSON. Samuel G. Hynian, a young man, ?was charged with having stolen the sum of £80 from the person of William Marriott, on Sunday, the 2nd instant Sergeant Lee arrested the prisoner. William Marriott deposed that on Sunday afternoon last, he went to the Strawberry TTill Inn with prisoner. JHe uml tSO— tour £^0 notes on the Hank of New South Wales— in his pocket at tlie time he went in. He was pretty sober at the time. Wliila in the public house h missed tlie mniiey. He was lying on a sofa when ho fell off and prisoner picked him up. This was in the parlour. Prisoner was tho only person that was in the room except the landlady. Prisoner knew that witness had the money because he saw him with it ^hat day. Prisoner went . away, and about au hour and a half after witness missed liis money. He was asleep on the sofa part of the time. Cross-examined by Jlr. Driver : Witness met with prisoner sometime after dinner about Goulbum-street. Witness might have nsked pri...
THE WILLIAMS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
THE WILLIAMS ELECTION. The official declaration of the poll was as follows : Nowlan. Mullen. WaUon. O'Brien Bungog .. .. 89 .... 89 .... 2 .... 0 Clarcnco Town .. 43 .... 10 .... 22 .... 0 Urookfleld .. .. 29 .... 30 .... 4 ... 0 Bandon Grove .. 87 .... 7 .... 1 ? 0 Sttoud .. .. 61 ? H ? 10 ? ' 0 Monkerai .. .. 20 .... 1 .... 0 .... 0 Gloucester .. .. 35 .... 2 .... 9 .... 0 Limcburncr's Creek S ? 4 ? li ? -2 Uulladelah .. .. 49 .... 33 .... 2 .... 1 Turner's Inn .. 8 .... 44 ? 1 ? i Cape Hawke .. 44 .... 5 .... 0 .... 0 473 222 C9 11 Majority for Mr. Nowlan ? 251.
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Pinhey, Day, Chapman, Renwick, and Hughes.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
Mice Coarls, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COtTKT. (Before Messrs. Piuhey, Day, Chapman, Eenwick, and Hughes.) ^atuemie j-uiiuii was sent to gaol tor seven days, lor vagrancy. Thomas Carter, charged with assaulting his wife, wa» bound over to keep the peace for six months. Johu Wilson, convicted of stealing a pair of boots anu a iiai, tiie projieny oi vt miani JNOian, was sent to gaol for tliree months. Patrick Hvuit, charged with desortiug hie wife, was remanded for a week.
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
SHIPPING ABRIVALS.— January 5. Glendower ship, lldltons, Brinsder, from the lizard 28th September. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Gall, Mr. D. Gall, Mr. and Mrs. Barker. Second cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Woodliffe, Master AVoodliffe, Mrs. Blaekley , Miss Blackley, Mr. Hearne, and 4 in the steeragee. John Frazer and Co., agents. DEPAKTCBE&.— January 4. Alice Cameron, barque, for Auckland. Fire Song, steamer, for Manning Kiver. Auckland, steamer, for Melbourne. Lady Young, steamer, for Brisbane. CLEABANCES.-January 4. Auckland, steamer, 533 tons, BUck, for Melbourne. Passengers— Mrs. Fleming, Miss Johnson, Mrs. King, Mrs. G. Coleman, Mrs. Williams, Messrs. Fleming, G. Norton, Smith, E. L. Day, 'W, Kennedy, E. G. Ellis, E. Butler, Gerold, J. B. Solomon, T. Jamieson, W. L. Dawes, Hardy, J. Aiton, and 21 in the steerage. Lady Young, steamer, 421 tons, Milman, for Bris bane. Passengers — Mrs. A. P. Barton, Messrs. Lesser, A. P. Barton, Lewis, lleyne, and 7 in the steerage IMPORTS.— January 5. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
PARR AM ATT A AND RlV,Eil STEAMERS, X At about Half the Railway Bates. From King-street— 1, 0, 11, 1, 3, 5. FromFarramatta— 6.50, 7.80, 0, U, 1, 3, 6. CaSSne at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvillc, Nee Point, Eyde Vewington, Ermington, Sublaco. CWldren-Salonn return, 6d only. *^u TT B. N. S- N. CO. ^EggiJtBH Sydney to the Hunter, THIS (Wednesday) NIGHT, at 11, the MORPETH. Newcastle to Sydney, The MOEPETH, on FRH-AY MOENING, at 10. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices - Foot of Market-street. an m H E AUSTRALASIAN fHHsaaKs^. Jl steam navigation com ?ragilO3sS- PANY'S 8TEAHSHIPS Jfesssiils! To Hunter River, COLLAROY, To-Morrow Monrning Thursday, at 7. To Melbourne. WONUA WONGA, To-Monow Aftumoou, Thursday, at 4.30. To Auckland, AUCKLAND, on or about Friday, 4th instant. To Brisbane, CITY OF BRISBANE, Saturday Afternoon, at J.30. To Maryborough, Steamer early. To Rockhampton, HAVILAH, Thi6 Afternoon, Wednesday, at 5. FREDK. U. TBOITON. Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street. 1 v GTE AM TO MELBOU...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
Wht is the letter F like death ?-It makes all fall. If a, person is learning many languages, what should he end with ?— the Finnish, of course. Wht is a person who is becoming rotund like the «arth upon its axis ?— Because he is turning round. WHV is a person notorious for falsehood obliged to keep bis word '—Because nobody will take it. Miss Kate Warde opened the Theatre Royal with a tolerably good company, on Boxing Night. A writer in an American paper calls for legislation to prevent the waste of fertilizers in their sinks, sewers, and factories, and to require their applicatian to the sterile lands north of the city. Dogs in CoojieiL.— An unusual grouping of the canine species took place during the aldennanic seance at the Town Hall, yesterday afternoon. At an early atage of the proceedings, the uninvited guests com prised a very large kangaroo dog and a mongrel ? but at ft later hour, and the Council sat about three a triumvirate was formed by the accession of a kangaroo dog pu...
MMERCIAL. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
MMERCiAL Wcdncsdav. 4 u.in. There is very little doing to-day in business circles, either privately or at auction. Bradley, Newton, and Lamb held a Bale of imported goods, but there were few transactions of importance. The Ozanam's cargo of sugar was withdrawn in the absence of demand. Seve ral lineB of sugars were quitted at from 32F, to 3il. a ton —they were principally ration sorts. Some luies of teas ex Minnie, were quitted at 31. 4s fid to 31. 9s tlio jiuu-uiesi. uaas ana enas unii uaiaiices ol groceries were knocked down at very low figures. In the flour aim grain market stagnation still pre vails. There are no alterations in quotations, and only by retailers is any business at all done. Maize con tinues in fair demand at 3s 3d per bushel ? Cane barley at 2s to 2s 6d ; English ditto, 2s 6d to 3s ; bran Is 3d. In bay and straw there arc no alterations' Onions continue at 2s Od to 3s Od par cwt. ; potatoes 2s to 3b ; fowls, 2s to 2s 6d per pair ; geese, 5s to Gs '? ducks, 2s 6d ...
GREVILLE'S COMMERCIAL ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
GEEVILLE'S COMMERCIAL ROOMS. The unparalleled success of the Melbourne Com mercial Eoorn, which has now become a veritable Exchange, and, in fact, an indispensable institu tion in that city, has induced Messrs. Greville and Co. '(Eeuter's agents), who believe that a speculation of the kind would be profitable and con venient in Sydney, to undertake the formation of a Commercial Room in those well-adapted central pre mises in George-street, adjoining the General Post office, lately vacated by Messrs. CliUholin and Co. The room, which is 5G feet by 31, is well lighted and appro priately furnished. It will be liberally supplied with the journals of New South Wales and the adjoining colonies, and the leading British, Foreign, and Indian, and other papers ; the London Directory, Army nnd Navy Lists. Stabler's and other trade circulars. Tlie sheets of the Trade Protection Societies of New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland will also be ou file for re ference. Attached is a retiring roo...
Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
Insolvency, This Day, SDRRF.KttF.nR. Eachael Thompson, of George-street, Redferu, widow, dairy keeper. Causes of insolvency : Dulnesi in trade, losses, £c. Liabilities, £146 13s 9d- Assets, £26 5s 2d. Deficiency, £120 8s 7d. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie. Thomas George Italwell, of Botany Road, Sydney, commission agent. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of a judgment creditor. Liabilities, £122 9s 4d. Assets, £50. Deficiency, £72 9s 4d. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie.
THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
THE CITY COUNCIL. A meeting of the members of the Municipal Council of Sydney was lioldcn yesterday afternoon, at the Town Hall, York-atreet. Mr. Alderman Murphy (in the absence of the Mayor, who was indisposed) pre sided. The following aldermen wei^e present : — Aldpniien ^tocl. 1«w.»n.-.l. T-o\™, H-y.-Acrn, Maimtosli, Day, Kippax, Oatloy, ijhnpuum. Green, Woods, Andrews, nnd Cimlier. rKTITIONS. The following petitions were presented :— By Alderman ISnAnFOHD, from certain stallholders in the fruit markets, praying that the gates may be shut at fi o'clock, or before sunset every evening. By Alderman Steel, from Mr. Archibald Wright, requesting that the Council would give orders for the foranvtion of a lane running between Argyle-strect and tlie Sailor's Hume. By Alderman Kippax, from certain inhabitants of the South Head Itoad, praying for sewerage to he laid in Biley-placc, &c. By Alderman CHArsrAN, from Mr. Robert Stewart, and other residents of Bathurst-street. praying fo...
Coroner's Court, This Day [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
Coroner'sCoflrt,TMsDay An inquest was yesterday commenced before tile City Coroner, on the body of a man named Egbert Williams. The inquest was held at the Auckland Hotel, Prince street. The evidence was as follows: — John Ferguson, master of the brig Drover, trading between Sydney and Newcastle, stated that deceased had been employed as chief officer on board the brig. His name was Robert Williams, aged 32 years. He wm unmarried, and a. native of England. He had -been with witness about three months and a half, and always enjoyed good health. When passing through Pynnont Bridge, on Monday morning about a quarter to 6 o'clock, one of the men cried out that the mate -was in a fit Witness went forward and saw deceased sitting— his head on the bowsprit. His legs were extended. His eyes were open, and he was gasping. So soon as the vessel got through the bridge, witness attended to deceased. Had then to go aft to the wheel, when one of the men forward cried out that the mate was dead. A...
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. The Government succeeded in defeating tlie vote of censure by a majority of three. The debate was brief, and without much animation. The report, of the Kcluct committee of the Council on the Mail Service contracts was unfavourable, but the Chief Secretary and Mr. Barrow wore dis sentients. — Empire. Monday. Parliament reassembles to-morrow. A noconfi dence motion is likely to be carried. Mr. Bartley, the 'senior Lands Titles Commis sioner, declines to recognise the notice from Ihe Government dispensing with his services, on the ground that the notice contravenes the Act. The annual meeting of tho Adelaide Meat Pre serving Company shows that operations are fully entered upon, and that there is every prospect of a profitable result. Tho capital is increased. Launcelot won the Hurdle Race on Saturday. Messrs. Stow suid Bruce applied to the Govern ment to name a defendant, go that they may com mence proceedings for tho recovery of money paid for Northern Territory lan...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 9.42 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
MELBOTTENE. Tuesday, 9.42 p.m. The funeral of the Rev. Mr. Eamsay, the founder of tho Presbyterian Church in Victoria, was very largely attended. Sir. Potts, the absconding share broker, has been committed for trial at Sandhurst for embezzlement. The Kate Conley, from Callao, is reported as having brought a cargo of sugar. ' Business is dull. Tuesday, 9.58 p.m. Tho Hoyal mail steamship Malta sailed punctually at her advertised hour, with 10,000 ounces gold and 74,000 sovereigns, from this port. Flour has been sold by auction at £11 5s. to £U 10a.— Empire. The twenty-seventh annual Temperance meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, yesterday night. The report was satisfactory. Tenders have been accepted for building a hall on the present site, Eussell-street, to cost £6000. The rains are likely to make feeding grains easier. The funeral of the late Mr. Ramsay was largely attended. The case of Chapman v. Weston haa been settled out of Court. Flour is quoted at £11 5s to £11 10s ; oat...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
Highland Spouts. — The prizes for these sports were handed over last evening in the Upper Room at Tattersall's Hotel, by the committee and officials. They were as follows : — For running, walking, bicycle races, and athletic exercises — Ferguson, £13 10s : Connors, £3 ; Corhett, 10s ; Dick, S3 ; Rowland, £1 : Colworthy, 10s ; Nicholson, £1 ; MiheU, £7 ; Fisher, £2: Parker, £1 ; Calvert, £3; O'Brien, £2; Pike, £4 ; Davlson, £7: Kamsay, £1 ; Wcnhain. 10s. No. 1 Company Highland Brigade received the first piize of £10 for military exercises ; Mr. Mayor drew &7 for (lancing, and £5 as the best dressed Highlander ; Mr. M'Guhmess had the first prize of £10 as piper ; Mr. M'Kcnzie, second prize of iSi. Young Malcohu had a prize of £2 for being tlie best dressed Highland hoy. Mr. BI'Guinness, the piper, presented £1 to tho funds of No. 2 Company Highland Brigade, as a. donation. After the business was concluded, a social glass was drank, and everyone appearing satisfied with the nro...
HOBART TOWN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
HOBABT TOWN. Tuesday. The week's entertainments will comprise a regatta, concerts, lawn party, and other amusements. The Burossa leaves to-morrow, under sealed orders. A cricket match took place to-day between the officers of the Phoebe and Liffey. — Herald. On Sunday last the Bishop of Goulburn, after preaching in the morning at Springfield, held a con firmation in tho afternoon at Tarago, and laid hands on fifteen candidates. A man named John Bethel has been charged before the Hay Bench with being concerned in the death of one of the old hands of the district, one Kuggie M'Guinness, in a fight which took place at a shanty on the 7th November hist. It is rumoured (says the Yass Courier) that some some first-rate etone has been found during the past few days at the Mullion. The prospectors are, it is said, already at work, and the affair is to be floated on the market shortly. If this intelligence be true — namely, that the reef is four feet wide, close to the surface, excessively r...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
BIRTHS. On the 31st December, 1869, at Wellington, N. S. W. Mre. If. BusgeU, of a eon. On tbe 1st Instant, st Barling Road, B&unain, Hrs. Frank N. Davis, of a d&nghter. On tlie 3rd instant, at her residence, ii. Botany-street, the wile of Mr. E. M*G»th, of a son. UABEIAGES. On the 2flth December, 1869, at Parrainatta, by tbe Rev. Ii. Kenny, W. Whitten Hcrrington, to Mary Matilda, only daughter of Thomas Robertson, surgeon. On the 27th December, 1669, at St. Barnabas Church, Far ramatta-street, by tbe Ber. Joseph Banner, John, second con of Mr. Richard Westman, of the Glebe, to Elizabeth Ellen, daughter of Mr. Blchard Parker, of Eaglan-strcet, Alexandria. On the 28th December, 1869, at 60, Victoria-street, Ultimo, Sydney, by special license, by tbe Her. N. Pidgeon, Edwin Charles Dlion, youngest son of the 'William Diion, to Jane Irey Hayes, eldest daughter of lor. William Hayes, and granddaughter of Daniel and Jane Ivey. On the 30th December, 1869, at Moipeth, by the ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
The elections, and the festivities of Christ mas and the new year, have occupied so much public attention that but scant notice could be afforded to the news by the English mail. At the present time, however, when the land laws of this colony form the watchwords of some of the parties now struggling for the upper hand in Parliament, a glance at the latest phases of the Irish land question will not be unprofitable. It is one of the grand ques tions of the day, and on its satisfactory solu tion the most important consequences may depend. Independently of the Government aud their policy, there appear to be now in Ireland three parties to this ques tion. One has the support and cuuntenance of the Roman Catholic clergy, and it seeks the establishment of tenant right. Another deprecates any but the slightest interference with the existing system, and maintains the integrity of vested territorial rights, threatening to sell out and abandon the country if those rights are infringed. A third...
MY NOTION OF WOWAN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 January 1870
MY NOTION OF WOWAN'S RIGHTS. , BY HOBAOE GBEELEY. I. I hold that God created our race, male and female, with clear-seeing intent that it should thereby be rendered more efficient, nobler, happier, than it otherwise could be, and that this diversity relate! not to a. tingle function merely, but extends to oil entirely physical, intellectual, and emotional nature. II. I hold that this distinction is so innate, vital essential, that the first man and the first woman, were having realised that ' it is not good that man should be alone,' and having blended their efforts and their fortunes for mutual well-being accordingly, at once recognised the intrinsic fitness of each for distinct exertions for the common good; and that the man went forth to collect the bounties of Nature or constrain them into such forms as would be conducive to their subsistance. while the woman took charce «f tlin bower, cabin, or cave, which formed their abiding-place, and proceeded to make the mutual couch of lea...