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THE RECENT STORM IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
f HifliSENT STORWl IN VIOTORIA. The country papers describe' the violence and volume of the jainf all on Monday as something almost unpre cedented. At Ballarat the register showed that L02in. had fallen in five hours. At Daylesford, 2.39in. fell on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. At Sandhurst, L57in. fall fii^ia tiYinrf. finn/w at bflilf An linnr anil ]atj*r in 4:1,a ' evening, about half ah inch more. At Castlemaine, Newstead, and Kyneton the rain descended in torrents, and the storm seems to have covered an immense area of country, doing some damage to the crops, but fur nishing an acceptable supply of water to the dams, tanks, and reservoirs. -' ' At Eaglehawk,' says the JSaidigo Advertiser, ' the dams have been so effectively replenished thai there will be no fear of the supply of water running short for the rest of the summer months. No damage is repoirtedfls h&vingoccuired in the district. The Long Gully Bridge was damaged by the great rush of water down' the creek, but hot ser...
BATHURST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
BATHTTRST. Friday. A murder has been committed at 'Charley's Hill, Fish Eiver Creek: an old man named John Mulcahy, was found dead in the bush with his skull Eniashed in, and at a magisterial inquiry held hy Mr. Marsh, P.M., the andiiiff was of wilful murder against one Martin Lonp;, who is in custody, and now lies in Bathurst gaol. The Hon. Geoffrey Eagar addressed tho diggers at Trunkey Creek, thin evening.— Herald.
BODALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
. BODALLA. fFttOM OUE CORRESPONDENT.] I Another year has romrr.enced, and I trust it will I inaugurate a new era in our political calendar. Our I old friend, Ilr. Egan, has, like another Adam, been I summarily ejected from his Eden, and to cany out I the comparison by an apple, the apple of discord, I most deftly introduced into Iho late struggle bv the I Kiama Mc'phistopheles. 'Those who sow the wind ? -will reap the whirlwind.' To the sectarian clement ? alone can be attributed Mr. Egan*s defeat in this ? electorate, iiidcd perhaps by the great security of his K friends. However, side by 6ide -with tliis wilL I K hope, be published the news of his return for H Monarb. One feature marked 1ihc la to contest, K which all moderate men must most strongly depre B cate : I moan making political squibs the vehicles B for disseminating scandalous charges against tlie m private -character of individuals of an opposite ? faction, and raking up long-forgotten libels, totally ^H disconnected: ...
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. -January 1.' Tasmania, steamer, 220 tons, Lyon, from Hobart Town 4th instant.^^en^r^^v.,— MipreU, -Mris. Mas^to'anaTlflffl^TlrtBffimirdsoii, Mrs. Clinch, Miss Chamberlain, Mrs. Daley, Miss Clark, Messrs. S. J. Salier, J. Forster, L. Lecot, and 3 in the steerage. Willis, Merry, and Iioyd, agents. City of Adelaide, steamer, 615 tons, Walker, from Melbourne Januarrjjth; jjassfingers— Mr. and. Mrs. Clarl^T*Hrs.t^~T5roa,*'Mr&'Sulivan and child, Mrs. Norman, Sirs. Gurty and child, Miss Gunn, Messrs..!, HT Mydleton, A. S. Gasay, Young, E. Mann, M.VN»mara, JE. N. Milne, W. H. Dyson, A. Boner, Harris, XhielL Turpan, S. Bush, Harrison. H. Byan, Mdran, J. Muirhcad, Stanford, \V. H. Ariel], H. Pres cott, N. 'E. Neal, BarJdll, G. Walton, J. Brooke, E. Brooke, X Lore, Beauehanip, James, Swan, B. Byan and child, Master Harrison, and 40 in the steerage.. A.S.N. Co., agents. January 8. TUTljtm., steamer, 200 tons, Maides, from Macle&y River 5th instant. Passengers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
P ABEAM ATT A AND BITE] STEAMERS; ? kA-jIAT ABOUT HALF THE BAILWAY BATES.1 H ' ON SUNDAY, ? . From Sydney-9.10, 2.16, 6.15. ? From Parramatta-7, 12, 480. ? Calling at Hunter's Hill, Five Dock, Gladesville, Ryd ^m Jfewington, Ermington, Subiaco. ^B Children— Saloon, return, Cd. only. MilgftgBiaft^. Sydney to the Hunter, H[ THIS (Saturday) NIGHT, at 11, the MORPETH, H i Newcastle to Sydney, ^BtIic MORPETH,on TUESDAY MORNING, at 10, ^B . F. J. THOMAS, Manager, ??offices -Foot of Market-street. T' HE AUSTRALASIA! ^_ra^mv STEAM NAVIGATION COB ^?S5K2fer§S^' PANTS STEAMSHIPS ^Ka^^^^ffl To Hunter River, ^HcOLLAROY, Monday Homing, at 7. ^H To Melbourne. ^HciTY OF ADELAIDE, Wednesday Aftemoon.at 4.30. ^B To Auckland, ^H/IUCKLAND, on or about Friday, 14th instant ^B To Brisbane, ?BpLOEENCE IRVING, Tuesday Afternoon, at 5. ?Jf To Maryborough, ^?BLACK SWAN, Wednesday Afternoon, at 5. ?B To Rockliampton, ?BjAlEES PATERSON, on or about Wednesday, at 6 p.m. ?V FREDK. H. TROUTON, Manager. ?B A.S.K C...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
SYDNEY MARKETS. Butchers meat— Beef, per lb., lAd to 2.W, mutton Id to lid, pork 4d to 4AiL, veal 4d; lamb, per quarter, 2« 6d to 3b 60. Poultry— Fowls, per couple, 3s to :i» 94, ducks 3s to :3s fid, geese 5s to Gs, turkeys -Ss to lsC, pigeons Is 3d. Rabbits, per pair, 2s Gd to 3s ; roasting pigs, each, 4s to 6s. Dairy produce — But- ter, per In, 4d to Gd, cheese 5s to 7d, bacon uA to 6/d, lard tid to 7A ; eggs, per dozen, Is. Vegetables— Potatoes, per cwt, 3s Cd to 4s, onions 4s to 5s ; cabbages, per dozen. Is to 3s, lettuces fid, marrows Is to 2s, cucumbers Is to Is Cd ; turnips, per dozen bunch™, Is 6d to 2s, carrots Is to Is 6d, pansnipa Is to Is Gd, beetroot 3s to 4s, leeks Ss to 4s, rhubarb l«.to 2s, celery 6s to 9s ; green peas, per bushel, 4b Cd to Gs, French beans Is tW to 2b, broad beans Is Gdto 2s. Fruit— Oranges, per case, ]0s to 12k, lemons 12s, apples Gs to 10s, pears fis to 7s, green gages 15s,: peaches '2s to. 10a, apricots 8e to 12s, I5s, nectarines Ins ; pineapples...
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. J.Murphy.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
P(^j&l|TUs1iay. : TJENTSAIi POLICE GOOKT. (Before Mr. J, Murphy.) . ? ? '??' ' '. Rmuu-.AOT.... ? - ' Johii Edwards, =alias Smith; ./dte Spencsr, Jota Kelly Sarah Tlioinas, and Bsflier Kelly were brought before the Court by Petecti™ Campfcin, ^eWe^-witb. kuxriariously breaking Sod entering the dwelling-house of Williain 5'ohn Baker, and stealing therefrom one «iM lnnkaf . «ne mid nenra! case, one albert chain, one IroocKfliditeJari&leB, of the value of £7 10s., the property ofSWffliam John Baker. Detective 'VT. Camphin deposed: AbouiS o'clock yes terdav morning lirentwiai detective Howard and ser geant Lee toahouse at Bedfern. 'I knocked at the frontdoor, «od tteongh a pane 6T gtass in the window I sawXelly and his wife, now before theCourt, lying ?Sresfcd on a bed. I saw another woman whom I believe to be the prisoner, Thomas George, on the floor. I called out, 'Open the dorayTKeUy; the police toe here.?- Kslly and his wife immediately jumped up. and rushed into the...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
THE NEW P-MjtlAJiripT. ^ MEMBEES ELECTED. Electobates. ... Names op Mbmukkh. Newcastle ........;.,. G. A. Lloyd (N.M.) Eat Sydney ? H. Parkes ? f . ? _ ' ? Sir James Martin J *«???,#?». D. Buchanan ? G.King(N.Tt) Paddington ? Hon J. Sutherland Clarence ? ; ? T. Bawden (N.M.) WeBt Sydney ? J. Wearne (N.M) :- '? ' *!-???*??»?*, :J5on. J. I&cjbertBon ? - W. C. Windeyer .......... W. Speer -N.M.) . Northumberland ? Dr. Brookes (N.M.) Murrumbidgee ? ,,., W. Macleay Newtown.... ? S. C. Brown Glebe ..;..... ? G. W. Allen fN,JL) Argyle . '. ? E. Butler (N.M.) Goulburn ? M. Alexander TheNepean ? J. T. Eyaa Kiama ? H. Earkes . Ulawarra ? J. Osborne (N.M.) WoUombi ? J. Eckford; Camden ? A. Onslow' (N.M.) ? J. Morrice Shoalhaven ? i , . T. Garret* Eden ? H. Clarke (N.M.) Braidwood . . ; ? M. W. Kelly Orange ? Hon. S. Samuel Bah-anald ? J. J. Phelps Tho Hunter............ J. Dillon (N.M.) West MacquariB ? E. Webb (N.M.) Patterson ? W. M. Arnold East Maitland .' ? Alex. Dodds The Upper Hu...
ALLEGED FRAUD ON THE E.S. AND A.C. BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
ALLEGED FRAUD ON THE I E.S. AND A.C. BANK. I At the Central Police CourtyeBterday, before Captain H Scott, P.M. J.Salisbury,and,r. Gregg, under remand, H were again brought before the Court, charged with H conspiring to defraud Hie JfagiiA^ Scottish, *nd Ana- ^m tralian Chartered Bank of £400. Mr. W. Bobertean. ? feared for the prosecution, and Mr, S. Fonder |H 'appeared fo-- Salisbury. Gregg was undefended. ' ?- H Detective Elliott's evidence which, has previously ^M been published was read over. The detective further H stated : On Friday, the. 31st December last, in const- ^M quence of eomethiiig that had ocomred, I saw Mr. H Salisbury at Kelly's public house, corner of Bathurst ^M and Sussex streets, between 1 and 2 o'clock: of that day. H I asked him if he ' had changed a £50 note H the day previous at the Union Bank, Sydney. ? He said 'Yes, he had ;'tliat the gectlemas at the H bank had asked his name, and that hehfld given it as ^M Mr. Salisbury; that he had on a former occasi...
INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION, 1870. All tho arrangements connected with the erection of a suitable building for the holding of the Intercolo nial Exhibitions of the Agricultural Society, are now completed with the Corporation of Sydney. Plans and specifications aro ready : tenders will be called within a few days. Ere many weeks have lapsod the Prince Alfred Park will again show sign of life, not as on a former occasion for the erection of temporary sheds, but for the putting up of an ' Industrial Palace,' 'worthy of the Corporation and the Agricul tural Society. The proposed building is 250 feet in length, hy 140 feet in iridth, nnd 70 feet high ; the centre 2-iO by 60 ?will be floored ; tho side courts, each 250 bv 40, paved in order To bear heavy weights, as it is proposed to use them occasionally for machinery, or even to re ceive cattle, horses, &c. The structure is to be of stone, trick, iron and glass ; a gallery, extending over the whole of the buildnig will afford ample...
MELBOURNE. Friday. 8.32 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
MELBOUENE. Friday. 8.32 r-.m. The Barrosa has arrived from Hobart Town fnr the deserters from the Squadron. — Umpire. The pedestrian matches between Harris and Hewitt have been fixed for the beginning of March.' The Bundia-o banquet to the Jl'Pherson ilinistrv is fixed for tlie 20th. Tho third session of the School of Design will commence to-night. The machinery for the Poolscray Woollen Mills arrived in the Theophane. , Flour closed ut £12 to £12 10s.~ Herald.
ADELAIDE. Friday. 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
ADELAIDE. Friday. 8.30 n.ni. The Legislative Assembly has passed a resolution in favour of the guarantee system being extended by the G-overnment to useful railways. The Corporation Loan Bill has been read a first time. Its second readinp will be strenuously opposed by tlie members of the Government and some others who disapprove of it. — Empire. The Agricultural Sociuty offer special prizes for articles of colonial manufacture. F. Hoeomb has haen. appointed Librarian to both Houses of Pajliampnt. The corn jnarket is firm; nothing offering. — Herald.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 January 1870
BIRTHS. On the 30th Decamber.-at-het residence, .Morangaroo, Mrs. -Sicbsrt.WMlBg,^»-l«igMw.- ''- '» ?? '' ' On the 4th instant, at her residence, No. 1, Bloomfield stteet, Smry Hills, Mrs. A: T. Telfer, of twin sons. ? ' On the 0oi instant, at her residence, Esaiagton, Newtown, ;Mrs. A. Ees, of »d«ugnter. _ ? MARRIAGES &nbsp; On the 29th December, 1869, lit Christ Church, Sydney, by the Eev Canon Vidal, Alfred James, second son of Mr. J. H. iGoston, to Emma, tbird daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Wilkison. &nbsp; On the SOth December, I860, by the Kev. B. Chapman, &nbsp; Frank Fripp, fourth son of Mr. T. Fripp, Cook's River, to ?Githerine James, fourth daughter of Mr. D. James, Wollon PSnthe 22nd October, 1868,-by the Eight B«v. Dr. B»Uey, bishop of the Free Church of Bnglsnd, Mr. AViUiam Wilson, bf O'ConneU-Btreet, Newtowa, to Catherine Clara, daughter of the late Mr. Michael Donnelly, of Kent-street. , On the 22nd October, 1868, at his residence, 41, Burton ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 January 1870
BCGGIBS. i IjVJt SALE or HIRE— the cheapest and ^ . - 'to* variety in Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite Schatl of Arts, £82, ftt&fltreet. - ? . - ,. ... /2J. DOUGLAS'S GoaoliFactorj,Pitt-street 5 VJI ? near Park-street. Buggies and Spring Carte alww on band ; repairing and painting done at tbe shortest notice. Wheels Tyred, Mondays and Fridayi. Spring carte lent till tbe repsiis ate executed, at nasenuble pricet /COLONIAL OVENS.— 1000 FOR SALE, ' V ;/ at reduced prices. PARTRIDGE'S Manufactory MhuraWtreet. OOEEUGATED IRON— a few tons FOE SALE, at £26.. GA1VANISED tEON TAKKS, lor preserving rain w»ter, 190 to 2000 gallons. ? ' PABTEIDGE, Bathunt-atreeL M ^ DIC A L. 'a word to the afflicted i OONSPIT DR. VAN HEEKEREN On aU diseases of a strictly priviteWatnte, .,. , 283, Gastlereagh street, near Park Street, Sydney. DR. TAN HEEKEREN, formerly Interne at the Hospital du Midi (des Veneriena), and at the Loursuie. Paris, lat« Surgeon to the Belle Vue HoBpital, New York-tJ. S.1 has tor t...
GOULBURN TO BUNGONIA AND BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 January 1870
GOULBUEN TO BUNG0N1A A1JD BRAID WOOD. GOULBUUN. — This square-built, neat, and well-to-do looking town is situated iu almost a basin of trappean formation, and watered by that river of many names, the Wollondilly. The soil on tbe lower ground is good, being on the red whinstone, chiefly varied by basalt. Immediately around Goulburn itself this rock appears narrowed by ranges of schistose, and probably aurifer ous character ; the Cookbundoon Ranges, running N. and S., and commencing about ten miles N.E, of the town ; and the Buagonia Ranges, spurs of which come close up to it. But to the N. the whinstone opens out and sqpe first-class hind is occupied in fanning, and wherepossessed of a retentive substratum of clay, forms ground that wheat will thrive in without rain for al most the term of its 'natural life.' The soil is a reasonable depth in patches, but in some places is stony to the surface, and almost useless. To the south, tho overflow of the trap appeared to have deranged tho ...