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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. From a return printed by order of tbe Legislative Assembly, it appears the number of pupils oa the roll of the Publia and. Certified Denominational Schools of the colony, and the number in average attendance from 1st January, 1867, to 80th June, 1869, were as follows: — Public Schools. No, on Average 1867. Roll. Attendance. let Quarter ? 19,641 ... 13,021 2nd „ ? 18,908 ... 11,684 3rd ? 20,867 ... 12,926 4th ? 20,986 ... 14,259 1868. let Quarter ? 21,902 ... 18.452 2nd , ? 28,340 ... 15,401 8rd „ ? 24,471 ... 16.211 4th ? 24,855 ... 16696 1869, 1st Quarter ? 25,221 ... 16,701 2nd , ? 25,707 ... 16,918 DlSOHIMAMONAL SCHOOLS, No. on Average 1867. EolL Attendance. 1st Quarter ? 27,986 ... 17,245 2nd „ ? 25,616 ... 14,520 3rd ? 26,238 ... 16,122 4th ? 26,416 ... 17,378 1868. letQaarter ? 25,469 ... 15,290 2nd ? 26,193 ... 16.945 3rd „ ? 24 849 ... 16.32* 4th ? 25,204 ... 17,813 1869. let Quartet ? 25.982 ... 17,062 2nd ? 25,496 ... 16,678 The total expenditure on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
riOHBN BROTHERS aBd 0 0. TAILOBS AND HABIT HAKEBS. UNEQUALLED IN EVEEY PABTIOULAB. BEADY MADE ^X ^^ OE TO MEASUEE UNEQUALLED IN EVEBY PABTIOITLAB. MONSTEB CLOTHING HALL. 402, GEOEQE 8TBBET. .OQ GIVES IMMEDIATE w) poBEESBioN. YOUlTOfN LANDLORD Close to 'Bos Eoad, Babnain TITLE GUAE4.NTEED Choice Freehold Allotme ts, 30 x 100 Feet VERY CONVENIENTLY SITUATED Icthle thriviDg Suburb, for £3n, payable by j£3 CBsh, and sixteen quarterly instalment! of £1 10s. cash , with Immediate Possession. The allotments are pegged ont, and will beebowntoia tending pnrobaeera, free of charge. Foil particulars of this very desirable property, whioh is highly recommended to W0EKING MEN' and 0THEBS wishing to save Bent, en application to F. E. BI8HW0ETH, Opposite Eoyal Hotel, 491, Goorge-ttreet. ALL THE EAGE ! ALL THE RAGEl What? Why, our CELEBEATED HONEYDEW, 4s, per lb,, er 4i. per cake. Unsurpassed in quality, unequalled in flavour. One trial ensures a customer. Splendid Negrobead, Is, 6d, per lb, ; Genu...
BRISBANE. Monday. I [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
BEISBANE. Monday. The Ministerial changes ore gazetted ; Mr. Pring is to be Attorney. General; Mr. LiUay, Colonial Secre tary ; Mr. Stephens, Treasurer and Postmaster-General. Business ia steady. ;, Tho Lady Young, steamer, leaves to-morrow; the City of Brisbane, steamer, arrivea at the wharf at 6 p.m.— Herald,
THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
TBE BLACKS. At the distance of soarcely four hundred paces from Mr Powell's homestead, on the banks of the Marray, the basb cemmenoed. Large gum trees, standing alone, were scattered abont, as is a park ; tbe ground was trodden down sufficiently to allow 00 grass to grow ; wbii6l here and there a low underwood sailed the tea bush— for what reason remaius a mystery — termed of ttiff and broomy shrubs, grew up in small tofts. The height of ibe tree would ot itself cave shown tin prox imity cf water, eren had tbe merry and metal like ting ting of the remarkable little bell-bird, whose presence is alwaya the unrest indication of water, not been heard among the branches. Close to this somewhat narrow line of woods stretch ing out ia the direction of the Malley hill, was a low, sandy, and almost bare elevation, which formed the western limit of thq station. Under this, and sheltered by the sum trees, the above mentioned tribe were busily engaged stripping the bark off the thick trunks of ...
MELBOURNE. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
MBLBODHNE. i Mondav Evtninr. It is reported that the Upper House propose so to deal with the Payment of Members' Bill as to cause it to be remitted for the consideration of the various oon etituenciet, A young man, named W. Thompson, has' been sen tenced to three months' imprisonment, fer selling ndeoent photographs. A bazaar on a Urge eoale will shortly be held in aid of the fund for the erection of a new wing to the Beaevolent Asylum.— Empire. Mr. Brown, a equatter, obtained £200 damages againstfive squatters in tbe Wimmera district for destroying hie flock pf sheep on the supposition of their being scabby. - Flour ie quoted at £15 to £15 10j, ; salt ie epeoa lated in at an advance,— Herald.
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. THE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH. The Visitor. 'A hundred guineas!' exclaimed M 'Donald, with in expression of attonuliment ; ' bat bow is that pos sible ? I came direst f»m Melborrne, and I must hire heard of as nnnsostan occurrence. A hundred guineas! I certainly reoollect something similar. What is the date of rour paper ?' ' The date f Indeed I ne»er thonght of looking at that,' George replied, marching for the paper among the rest ; ' but, it ii tint, the drays hare besn a goo) while on the road ?' '? The bullock drays have brought this news f' laid M'Don»'.d, laughing. ' Welt, that is not bid !' ' Ah! here il the paper. The 15tb ; well, it is somewhat old, certainly— tfee 15th oF December iu last year.'1 ' Acd this u April.'' replied the guest. ' Yes : tten roar paptr may be right. What is tbe came of the follow?' i1 Jaok London, with a string of alias's,' answered Mr. PoweiL ' Quite right : it is (he satae. Bat he was sson caught ag&is ; end, cs far a; I know, the rew...
ADELAIDE. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
ADELAIDE. Mondav Eveninr. Mr. Goyder, the Surveyor-General of Bosth Aus tralia, and part of the survey party, have returned to Adelaide from the Northern territory. His official report describes the oountry as a most eplenoid one. Plenty of timber exists, and good water is to be founi, Copper and iron have been also discovered. Mr. Benuett.a draughtsman, 'attached to the expedition, has been killed by the natives,— Empire. There is a rumoured reconstruction of tbe Ministry. Milne aad Bligh are to replace Bogot and Hughes. Dean Busael has instituted Sunday afternoon services at the Eastern Market The first was held yesterday, conducted by the Bev. 8. Dave, and wet largely attended. The corn market is quite lifeless. No transactions to report,— Herald.
Shipping. ARRIVALS,—November 15. November 14 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
pipping* ABfilVALS.-November 18. : November 14. Catherine Ames, schooner, 66 tons. Emerson, -from friendly Islands. Passsngere.— Mr. Osmond, Captain ?gent Fin King, steamer, 200 tons, Hereee, from the Manning River illth -instant. Paseengere.— Messrs. A. Newton, senior, Thomson, Dugdale, sod 2 in the steerage. & Hotter agent. - . A. H Badger, fcarque, 857 tons, Allen, from Fort Cooper 3rd instant Lesrmonth, Diokinwm, and Co. ?gMtS. Windhover, brig; 220 tons. Castles, from Adelaide. Captain, agent : November 16. Magellan Cloud-eohooner, 99 tons, Browning, from Sewa, Fiji, Slstittltimo. BsboM, Feex.and Oe, ?RMte ? ? OLBABANOEB.— November 15. Hero, steamer, '705 tons, Logan, for Melbourne. Passengers.— Mrs. Logan, Miss Walker, Miss Tarner, Mr. and Mrs. Cfoldemith, 3Gss Hodge, Mr. and Mrs.' Clements. Messrs, S. P. Hall. D. Gibson, B, G. B«t-: chelder, Hermann, Perkins, Hannaford, and 6 in the: steerage. Western Empire, ship, 1215 tons, Clarke, for London. Passengers.— Mr. and Mr...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
Co turner ctal. The import markets opened briskly yesterday, and in the aootion room the sale of Mauritius sugars, ex Horning Star (reported below), attraoted a good attend ance of the trade. Rom is very firm. A considerable eale was made at 4s Si, and some holders are ask ing a etill higher figure. We heard of a Bale of 600 cues geneva at a figure kept private, but believed to be lie per ease. The market is, however, without anima tion. Balk ale was sold at £7 2* 61 per hogshead for first, and £6 15s for a second quality; and a small line Edwards's pig brand bottled porter at 10s per dozen. ' Candles are firmly held, and there is a good demand. Bales, however, are not reported. We heard of some transactions in ooffee at 9d for Plantation, bat the market is quiet. Salt is slightly firmer, bat has not been dealt is. Holders «re asking £8 for Liverpool ooars', bat woald still be willing to aooept a lower figure. Alderman Bradford, of Sydney, haB been ob a visit to Cargo* for the purpo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
3**k?L TIT B. N. 8. N. 0 0 ^JggMi SYDNEY 10 THB HUNTKB. T0-M0EB0W, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 11, th MOBPETH. rawoASTLX to bydnhy. Th. CITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MORBOW WEDNESDAY, MORNING, at 10. F.J.THOMAS, Hanagsr, Offioas, ioat ef Market-street *3JL fpHE ^ESTBALASIAS Hfjm.1 8TBAM NAVIGATION COM aapgasgiPAHY's btsambhips— TO HUNTBB RTVEB. OOONANBABA, To-Night, Tuesday, at 11. TO MELB0UBN3, EANGATIRA, Saturday Aftsrnoin, at 8. Fans— Oabin, £3, retain, £5 10a ; Saloon, £8; rttan £10; SUaraire, £1 10s. TO AUCKLAND. CITY OF MELBOUBNE, Thursday Afternoon, at 5 p.m. TaMsit Passengers and Cargo for all th- Forte in th« Northern Island. TO BBTSBANE. FLOBENOE IBVING, This Afternoon, Tuesday, at 5, TO MABYB0B0UGH. BLACK SWAN, 48 hoora after arrival. TO B00KHAMPT0N. BALGLUTHA, in company itith HAYILAH. TBSSK. E. TBOUTON, mt.-ign, i.,aW. Co.'i THarf, Snastirtrett, AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PEOVIDBNT SOCIETY.. Established 1849. MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE, f EOfBS BELOKG EXCUJBXTOVS TO SHE lnafBKBB. Persons assnring their...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.-Monday. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheek[?].) [?]JURY [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.— Monday. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeks.) PERJURY James Andrews surrendered to his bail, and was indicted for having, on the 2nd August, at Nowra, in an action between one John Parnell and Michael Hyam, heard in the District Court, before George Bowen Simpson, Esq., a Judge of the District Court, committed wilful and corrupt perjury. &nbsp; &nbsp; Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by &nbsp; Mr. Innes, instructed by Mr. Dawson. Mr. W. J. Foster prosecuted for the Crown. It appeared that the prisoner was the owner of some bullocks &c over which John Parnell, of Shoalhaven, held a bill of sale. Mr. Hyam, the prosecutor, it ap- pears, held a previous bill of sale over the same &nbsp; bullocks, and under it seized the bullocks from Parnell. &nbsp; Parnell then entered an action in the District Court at Nowra against Hyam. On the trial of that case the prisoner appeared as witness for Par- &n...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 November 1869
BIRTHS. On the 1st instant, at her residence, Glebe, Mrs. Mark T. Ronan, of a son. On Sunday evening, the 7th instant, at her residence, No. 85, Botany Road, Chippendale, the wife of Henry Priestly, Esq., of a daughter. On the 12th instant, at Goimba, Mrs. Charles Icely, of a daughter. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Gloucester-street, the wife of John Alfred Parsonage, of a son. Mother and child doing well. On the 16th instant, at Spencer Lodge, Miller's Point, Mrs. A. Collins, of Rockley, of a son. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Cypress Cottage, Botany Road, Alexandria, Mrs. George C.Turner, of a daughter. &nbsp; MARRIAGES. On the 10th instant, at St. James's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Canon Allwood, Charles Smith Jones, Esq., of Camper- down, solicitor, to Emma Louisa, eldest daughter of William Roberts, Esq., solicitor, Sydney. On the 13th instant, at St. Peter's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. John Elder, Henry Septimus, seventh son of Henry Badgery, Esq., J...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT-Tuesday (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) Trial of John Clark for Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869
CESTBAL CRIMINAL COURT— Tuesday. (Before hie Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) Trial of: John dark for Harder. At the time of our going to Press yesterday the Court had adjourned for refreshment. William Bell deposed: I am a legally qualified medical practitioner. Oo the night of Monday, -2nd August, between 12 and 1 o'clock, I was called up by the police to go to the prisoner's residence. I imme diately went to the prisoner's heusQt I went in br the front door and along the hall to the bed-room on the left side of the hall. On the floor of the bed-room I founa a woman lying down, The body was midway between the bed and (he washstani. Some con stables were in the room. Prisoner was not there. Mrs. Clark was lying ob her back, inclined to 'the right Eide. She had been vomiting, but this was caused by the way in which ehe was lying. Etc feee was covered with blood, and I got some water and a sponge, and epoBged her faoe before I could distinguish her features, She was besmeared with blood al...
JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr, Justice Fancett, and a jury of four.) CHAMBERLAIN V. FAVI[?]LL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869
.TfTBV f!nTTRT. (Bafore his Honor Mr. Justice Fauoett, and a jury of four.) OHAMBEBLAIH V. PATTSIX. This action had not, when we went to pre»s/ter minated. DEFAtnLTnia Jubobs —The following gentlemen were fined sixty shillings each, for Boa-attendanee to serve upon juries:— Messrs. Walter Hall. Cumber, land-street, Sydney; Edward Irwin, Birchgreve, BiJmain, and Moss Inael, Johnson's Bay, Sydney.
Supreme Court-This Day. BANGO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) WRESTLEY V. HILLAS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869
Supreme Court— This Day V Baboo OerjET. (Before hie Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) WBSTI.BT V. HTLUfi. Mr. Salomons, instructed by Messrs. Levy and De Lisea. for the plaintiff; and Mr. Darley, instrao ed by Messrs. Holdiworth and Brown, for the defendant, Jury: Messrs. William Russell Hill, Niaholson street, Balmain; Launoelot Iredale, Agnes-terrace, off Victoria-street, Sydney; George Horatio Hewell, St. Leonards; and Ieaao John Jcsephson, Macquaiie» Btroet, Sydney. The plaintiff sued the defendant to reoovsr £57 10s., for work and labeur done, and materials supplied. The defendant pleaded that, except as to the sum of £20, he was never indebted, and he paid that sum into Court in satisfaction of the plaintiff's olaim. Mr. Westley, the plaintiff, is the proprietor of a , factory, situate at Newtown, for the manufacture of a ; certain waterproof oement, whioh it appears is made by j some prooess of asecret nature. About the 21st July laat, the defendan...
Police Proceedings-This Day CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Meagre Day and Solomon) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869
Poliee Proceedings— Tots Day.' CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs-. Day and Solomon ) George Bradburn, brought up, under warrant, by constable Walker for cutting a post, value Is,, the property of Mr. W. Bedman, was fined 20b., aad ordered to pay coBte and damages to the amount £-f 6s 6d- in addition, or to go to gaol for seven Bays. On a charge of trespassing upon the property of com plainant, he was remanded on bail (self in £10) until Wednesday nest. James Eeane wsb ordered to pay 5s. a week, for twelve months, towards the support of an illegitimate child by Martha Swan. . - Wm. H. Egan was brought up by- constable BaS well, under warrant, charging -him as under the age of sixteen, being found habitually wandering abont tbe streets in no ostensible lawful occupation. To be sent to the Industrial Training sUd Vernoa. . Six drunkards were dealt with,' and light penalties inflicted ; one of them, James Hanley, being further fined 10s , or seven days, for damaging a ocnstabls'fi un...
Insolvency Court-This Bay. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869
Insolvency Court-— This Bay. STJBBBKDS&S. Alfred James Board, of Oooper-gtnet, Strawberry Hills, book-keeper, Cause of insolvency: Pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, £112. Is., of -which £60 are secured. Assets, £45. Deficiency, £67 10s. Official aeaienee, F. T. Humtihery. Henry Jaosbs. of Braidwood, storekeeper. Causes of insolvency : Lobbgs in business, and funeral expenses. Liabilities, £S451s.4d. Assets, £170 5s, Id. Deft oienoy, £174 16s. Sd. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Uumphery. ' ''.