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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

MELBOURNE. Thursdav. It appears that the Barrosa, which has sailed from Hobart Town, is bound for Melbourne to embark deserters. Goldsbrough's wool sales showed a slight advance. At a Crown lands sale held to-day, Carlton allot ments realised £4000. The investigation into the state of the Nelson, traUlin2'-&hin. is now G-oiriO- nn_ Pnnfjlm P.ivnn in the witness at present under examination. Sailed — City of Adelaide, for Sydney. 9.32 p.m. Draper has been committed for trial on two fresh charges. One was for obtaining money under false pretences — the other for forging Baptie's name to a payslip. Business is dono. Flour left off firm at £12 10s per ton. 10 p.m. The Government have instructed the land bailiffs to report on tho conditional selections, with the object of causing all unimproved purchases to be forfeited. Flour and wheat maintain their firmness. There is more doing in maize and oats. Holders of maize ctoiv c&. uu. pur uu&nui. The Theophane, from Li...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

Imported Pigs.— Five very fine specimens of breed ing in the way of pigs came up to Morpeth yesterday by the Sydney steamer, having been landed in Sydney on Monday ex Moid of Judah, just arrived from England. The pigs in question are a very superior variety; and to the connoisseur of such animals would be a perfect picture ; a boar in particular would challenge admira tion for liis size and symmetry, and one of the sows would also share the regards of the initiated. They arc imported by Mr. James Taylor of Morpeth, and were buiccmu witu mucu vuie ujui uiBcninuiaiaon oy Mr. Taylor's agent in London, from the stock of the late Earl Radnor, and from that at the farm of the late Prince Govssort at Windsor, the iwva Vtnovm as the Home Farm. There was a sale of Earl Badnor's pigs at the time of the purchase of some of these animals for ilr. Taylor, who is advised that some of the pigs realised from £21 to £36 5s eaoh, and that the average was £14 Ms. The pigs Mr. Taylor lias obtained cons...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN. Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

QUEANBEYAN. Thursdav Afternoon. The Hon. Daniel Egan, accompanied by Thomas Garrctt, Esq., M.L.A., arrived here this forenoon, and will be entertained at a public dinner this evening. Tho hon. gentlemen will arrive at Sydney early on Saturday morning. — Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

CLEARANCE SALE SUMMER FABRICS. | THOMPSON and GILES apprise their numerous customers and the public generally that, in accordftnee wish their USUAL CUSTOM, ! prior to the end of SEASON, they will offer On MONDAY next, 10th instant, the whole stock of SUMMER GOOODS, at eucIi reduced prices as vriU aQ'ord great advantages to cus tomers, and ensure the object they have in view, viz., an Entire Clearance. X.I).— Full particulars in To-morrow's paper. ROWN HOTEL, Geoige-street, Brickfield HiU, Sydney. DENIS KEARNEY, (late of the Colonnade Hotel), bees to acquaint his friends and the public that, he lias opened the above Hotel, which is replete with every comfort and convenience, for the accommodation of Families and Single Gentlcmea The Hotel from its central position, will befound a desirable residence forpersons from the country having buisnese to trans act in Sydney. D. K. trusts by attention and civility combined with mode rate charges, to secure a share of public patron age, The bes...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

Japanese Immigration to Caufobnia.— Accord ing to advices from San Francisco by the London Times, it appears that a Japanese immigration is likely to be introduced into California simultaneously with that from China. A German named SchneU, who had been for a long time a resident at Japan, came to El Dorado county in June hist and made a purchase of binds for the purpose of establishing a Japanese colony, to be conducted upon the co-operative labour system wax and mulberry trees, and the manufacture of silk, and the results thus far are alleged to have been very successful The tea seeds, although planted at the most unseasonable part of the year, are represented to be in promising condition; the mulberry cultivation is likewise in progress, and the growth of the oil plant lias already been perfected, whence seeds are produced from which an oil is extracted that is freely uBed by the Japanese for seasoning different kinds of food. The plants grow in great confusion, and, from all appe...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENTRIES FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

ENTBJES FOB. THE SEASON. The following are entrances for the races which closed up to the end of the present season in the order in which they will be ran: — HOMEBUSB AOTOMK MEETWO— 1870. Easter Monday and Tuesday, April 18th and 19th, 1870. The Homebush Trial Stakes of 15 bovs each, 2 sovs forfeit, with 150 added, for .two-year-olds; colts, 8st 71b; fillies, 8st 41b; three-quarters of a mile. To close and name to the secretary, at 4 p.m. on Thursday, 3rd June. Entrance, 5 sovs. Second horse to receive 30 tors. Mr. B. Bicbards's b c Archduke H. P. Mostyn us b c Keailworth E. K. Cox's ch c ? , by Stafford— Miss Pitsford J. Tait's br c Teddington ? b c Fyrrhus ? ch c Count B. lee's ch c ? , by New Warrior ? br c ? , by Kingston— Blue Bonnet ? ch t ? , by Kingston— Bomp L. Uhde's b c ? , by Yattendon— Bee-in-a-Bonnet ? bl c ? , by Yattendon— Young Moonshine C. Baldwin's br c The Baron F. J. Shaw's ch c Boberto 11 Diarolo E. J. Yeoman's ch f ? , by New Warrior— ZenoWa O. Baldwin's br f ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JACK LOUDEN; OR, LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

JACK LOUDEN; OR, LIFE IK THE BUSH. Lieuteuant Walker listened to him quietly, ivitUhis arniB still crossed upon Ms breast At last he said— ' What if 1 did not come as an enemy— if I brought you peace and quietness, M'Donald !' 'Those are only to be found in the grave ! tlie uu fortunate man replied in a hollow voice. ' Put down your \re&i-oii, sir,' continued Walker, in an almost friendly Toice. 'Iain alone; my men are- not in me neiguuournuuu, aluiuuku tucj n^ic * lying in ambush round the house for an hour or two.' 'Betrayed, after al), tben,' Bajd M'Donald, with a bitter smile. 'You have no cause to complain of that, replied 'Walker, laughing.' 'Do not look at me so gloomily. If my heart were not at this moment light and glad — if I brought you only imprisonment and fresh tortures— I should cer tainly not be laughing. But to-morrow's sun will find you a happier man. I bring you life and liberty.' 'You?' exclaimed M'Donald, with astonishment, yet not without suspicion. ' I...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.— January 6. Grafton, steamer, 200 tons, Mann, from Grafton 4th instant. Passengers— Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. ?Wilson, Mrs. Haywood, Mrs. M'Donnell, Mrs. Jackson, Messrs. Gordon, Attwater, and S in the steerage. C. and K.E.S.N'. Co., agents. January 7. JHue Bell, schooner, 36 tons, Banner, from Torres Straits, 16th November. W. Merrhnan, agent Fire King, steamer, 200 tons, Hereee, from Manning Biver 6th instant. Passengers— Miss Pinny, Messrs. Saxby, Brown, Payne, D. J. Payne, Harden, M'Kinnon, and 10 in the steerage. C. and N.E.S.N. Co., agents.| DEPARTURES.— January 6. Eagle, Bteainer, for New Caledonia. Wpngi Wonga, steamer, for Melbourne. - Peiiang, barque, for Hongkong. Retrieve, schooner, for Rockinghani Bay. Havilah, steamer, for Rockhampton. Charlotte Andrews, barque, for Petropaulovski. Jane Maria, barque, for Mauritius. Captain Cook, schooner, for South Sea Islands. susannan isootn, Bcnooner, ior jaoura ow* j.b*-ui««. . CLEAEANCES. -January 6. Wonga Wonga, 850...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 January 1870

DIARY.—January 7.   Sun Rises.—h.m. 4.58 ; Sun Sets.—h.m. 7.14 Moon's Age.—5.1 a.m.         High Water.         Even.—h.m. 11.39 ; Morn.—h.m. 11.57   JANUARY.—First Quarter.—10th. 7h. 7.0 a.m.     The Evening News. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1870.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

HIP HIP HURRAH !— We shall be able to got Dolls, Toys, In fact everything we want, at PEARCE'S Bazaar, 98, South Head Road, awful cheap. LADIES' Bes: Morocco Leather Bags, all sizes, best Work Boxes and Writing Desks. KF MORLEY'S Cutlery and Plated ? Wan, Scissors of finest steel. TALK about Toys— Why PEARCE has got a whole waggon load fine Tin Toys for a song. LIFE Sized DM for 3s. 6d. ; Bat and Ball for 2a. 9d NB. — PEARCE means to have aclear out ? of Dolls, Toys, 4c, 4c., 'and no mistake, this Christmas. WILLCOX and GIBBS' FAMILY SEW ING MACHINES.— rrJce List: Ho. 1, or plsin table machine, £8: No. 2, or ditto ditto, with drawer ana luck, £810s; No. 3, or half cabinet polished walnut, £10; No. 4, or full ditto ditto ditto, £16 10s. These prices include hammer, feller, needle, braider, &c., delivered free to all the suburbs. Country orders must be accompanied by a remit tance, or a respectable Sydney reference. HEBBLEWHrTE and SON, 432 George-street, near Royal Hotel. THE...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UP IN WR. GALE'S BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

UP IN ftlR. GALE'S BALLOON, I don't think I'm \ eiy egotistical, or, in ft general wy- »t all given io intruding my personal experiences upon ether people, tut really my adventurous trip in Mr. Gale'E balloon, the other day, was so very estroordi nary for an easy-going, domesticated, middle-aged pro fessional man like myself, that I am induced to depart from my usually retiring course of conduct, and let the ?world know something about my remarkable experience as an aeronaut I had lunched at the Union Club, where all the talk was about the balloon ; and, as is my custom of an afternoon, had afterwards adjourned to an easy chair on the verandah to enjoy a mild hayannah, when, just as I had settled myself comfortably, in rushed that restless rattling fellow, Breezy. You know Cap tain Breezy, of the Plunger: enthusiastic, noisy fellow! always seems in a hurricane. My abomination when enjoying a quiet smoke, but not a bad fellow at bottom. Breezy and I had been school-fellows, and I had...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

X»1 REWARD.— Stolen or Strayed from 3&' ? Waterloo Eetrcut. on the 7th instant, a BAY MAKE, white face, near front foot white, both hind feet white; branded C near rump. Also, a HAY 11OKSE, white star in forehead, hip down near side, near front foot white, off hind foot white. £1 Rewcrd will be given il strayed, and £10 if stolen, on conviction. WANTED, to Purchase, BRANDY CASKS. Apply, Mr. COUEVOISIER, Hotel de France, corner King and George street WANTED, t- Purchase, So ond-hand SPUING CAET, HOUSE, and HARNESS. Fruit Shop, 12 Park-street. XSJANTKD. a good ceneral SERVANT. T * . Apply between Ihe hourB of 11 and 2, Ashmorc House, 90 Kent-itrect North. WANTE D.— A Man to Milk and make hiniEeli frnerally -Jbeful. Apply to FBANCIS SPAJIN, Double Bay. XVTANTED. a Rosjiecta le Young GIRL V ? for house work, in a email family. Apply Mrs. BENNETT, :M5 Pitt-street. WANTED-fa ~^;d~SMITHr^i7~ac quainUd with IStidgc Work professed. None but the best Workmen need npply to A. KOTH5EKS ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICE OF PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 190 PnT-sniEET ; and to be had of all Newsmen and Agents.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLISHED THIS DAY. PRICE 6p. Contents of the first Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. THE AUSTBALIAN PUBLISHED THIS DAY. PEICE Od. ' Contents of tlie first Issue. ? Page. Telegrams and Shipping .. .. .. ..2 Editorial Notes .. .. .. .. .. 3 Mr. Gale's Ascent in his Balloon .. .. ..3 Horticultural Society's Meeting .. .. ..4 International Exhibition, 1871 ? B Coroner's Inquests .. .. .. .. .. 5 Intercolonial News .. .. .. .. .. 6 Accidents, Offences, &c. .. .. .. .. 1 Leadiko Auticleu — Editor's Address— The New Era —The Kind of Men Wanted in Australia .. .. 8 Sciukce— Is-vention — CoNSTnucTIos*. — Lcschot's Dia mond Drilling Machine (with an illuettution)— Euro- pean aud American Locomotives— The New Stctm liogieueoage .. .. .. .. .. 9 Mines and Minisq. — Causes of Failure and Guarantees for Success— Quicksilver — Varieties of Ore, its Geological Occurrence, and Metallurgy (with illuEtra trations)- Bnngonia and It* Quartz Hoofs— The Reason wiiy Mining and Manufactures are not Encouraged ,. 10 The Grazier.— The Pastoral Interest,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

DIAEY. -Jakuaby 8. ~T ^ High Water, bun Sun Moon,s A _^ ? Hlses. Sets. ? Even. | Morn. h.m. I km. I fi , m I h.m. I h.m. 4.59 | 7.13 I fel '-P*' I ? | 12.10 Jahuaby.— Firat Quarter.— 10th. 7h. 7.0 a.uu %\)t evening JtetosT SATURDAY, JANUARY S, 1870.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MYSTERY IN MISSOURI. THREE SKELETONS FOUND-WRITING ON THE WALL—BORDER RUFFIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

A MYSTERY W 'MlSSOUM. THBEE SKELETONS JOUND— WRITING ON. THE ?WALL-BOBDEB EUFFIANS. : Hftrly in the past summer three Humui skeletons were found under a house at Pnrkvillc, Mo., under the following circumstances :— A boy, son of the people residing in the house, had borrowed an axe from a 1 neighbour, which, iiBtead of returning, he placed nnder j r rock forming part of the wall of the building. ' Some j time after, being asked by the neighbour what he had j done with the axe, he told them where he had placed I it. On going to the spot and rolling away the stone to obtain the axe, a human skull was brought to the;, light 3?urther investigation by digging resulted in the startling discovery of three human skeletons of men covered with a sbiht depth of earth. The teeth of one was found to be filled withhold, proving that the skele tons belonged to white persons. The excitement occa sioned by so horrible a discovery was intense. Fresh horror is now added to it by a discovery which may ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

Taking another opportun ty of recurring to the news hy the last English mail, we are struck with the continued state of uncertainty and uueasinsss in Spain, and the signs, every where visible, that the present condition of affairs cannot last. Happily there seems to he a kind of general consent in Europe to let the Spaniards do as they please ; and their shifts and expedients in their foolish desire to make fur themselves a puppet king form a theme of amusem nt rather than causing any more serious feelings. . Still it would be rash to conclude that this Spanish revolution; as yet not1 half over, will not embroil other nations. Tne Americans, who at, first affected to discountenance all filibustering expeditions against Cu a, have now,, to a large extent, tiirown off the disguise, and are again casting longing glances in the direction of that rich Island. Commanding the entrance of the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba has for years been regarded in America as a proper outpost of the United State...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Man Smothered in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

A Man Smothered in Wheat. Last Saturday night, about 11 o'clock, the canal boat George J. Whitney of Rochester was taking on board a cargo of wheat at the Plympton elevator in Buffalo, 'iiie three different compartments had all been filled waen the shovelres discovered that John Marshall, one of the gang, was missing. He hod been at work all the afternoon and evening without his supper, and it was thought that he had. gone home, a man went to see, and returned reporting that he had not been there. He hod been seen during tlie filling of the middle hatch, and the terrible suspicion arose that he had been buried in the forward hatch, which was filled last So sure did- this conviction become' that he men insisted upon having the wheat removed from the fore hatch. The elevator men finally inserted the elevator leg and took out 2000 bushels, when the men found the missing man dead at the bottom of the hold, the poor fellow had been working all day and all night, and is supposed to have b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. 1.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

^ _j*._... ? ? r- — ''* ? .«%=;;? ? ~ — ' 1.45 D.m. . The) AiiotJand i/Js arrived, '.. ? ? % .-' \ i TheMinifiterial'banquetat Eagle Hawk' is fixed I for the SOth inBteat. ^-.TtoJf elsminxedagafion is still progressingj but reporters are excluded. , ^ - The proposition for fixW the weight of all e-raln at the cental, or hundred pounds, meets withgeno ral approval. ..''..-. -.'-'': ? ir.BLS.' Barrosa saile for Hobart Town this after noon. Thompson, an botelkeeper at Murrumhidgee, fans been killed by a fall from his horse. There is great excitement tn some circles about ihh alleged' 'divulging: of the contents of a sporting telegram, bn tho occasion of the late Metropolitan Place! riin for at Handwick. The Argus and Age i both have leaders on the subject. ' lleasru. Salomon and ? Co.'s stores are all burnt. Tkcjt-.aie insured in the Pacific office for £2000. There is no change in breadstuff's, but there is not. much doing. - ? ' The weather is magnificent. The1 Barrosa is to sail for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FLOOD IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870

THE FLOOD IN MELBOURNE. The heat of tlie day was most oppressive in Mel bourne, but towards half -past 4 o'clock the sky became overcast, arid every appearance of a stonn presented itself. At about a quarter to 5 there were vivid flashes of lightning, followed by loud claps of thunder. At 5 o'clock the rain bcean to come down in torrents. Twenty minutes after the storm commenced the Herald reports that Elizabeth-street was flooded, the water being some eighteen inches high on the footpath, on the east side, between Collins and Little Collins streets. The shopkeepers took the precaution of putting up their door panels and caulking the inter stices to prevent the ingress of the water. Higher and higher rose tlie water, and swifter and swifter rolled the turgid stream, carrying on its surface the waifs and strays .of the Mel bourne streets. The gutter rats were flooded out of their strongholds, and were swept to destruction. Several of the wooden street bridges were washed from their f...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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