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HOBART TOWN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

HOBAHT TOWN. Tuesday. The Flying Squadron sailed yesterday afternoon for New Zealand, In going down the river the Scylla and Liny came into collision and were slightly damaged. Bepairs were, however, soon effected. His Excellency Governor Du Cane remained aboard the liverpoel as fer as the Iron Pot, and returned to town by the Southern Cross, steamer.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKY RIVER. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

ROCKY RIVER. Mondav. 6 n.m. The poll for the election of a member for the Northern Gold-fields took place to-day. Tho polling at Rocky River was as follows : — Wisdom .. .. ..62 Roman .. .. ..24 Rourkc .. .. . . 17 No other returns had been received. — Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

[?] MEMBERS ELTSOTED. . EiECTOEATES. &UCE8 OF KeKBSBS. Hewcasfle ? -J. A. Lloyd (N.M.) EastSydney ? H. Parkes ? Sir James Martin ? .????-??? D. Buchanan ? -J. King (N.M.) Paddington ? Hon J. Sutherland Clarence ? T. Bawden flSLML) WestSyaney. ? J. Wearne (N.M) ? Hon. J. Robertson ? W. C. w indeyer ? W. Speer (N.M.) Northumberland ? Dr. Brookes (N.M.) : Murrumbidgee ....,,.. W. Macleay Newtown ? S. C. Brown Glebe ? ft. W. Allen (N.M.) Argyle ? E. Butter (N.M.) Goulburn.. ? M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T. Evan Kiama ? H. Farkes Ulawarra ? J. Osborne (N.M.) Wollombi ? J. Eckford Camden ? A. OnsW (N.M.) ? J. Morrice Shoalhaven ? 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 ? ? ... W.M.Arnold East MaiQand ? Alex. DoddB The Upper Hunter ? A. Bell Madgee ? M. H. Stephen (N.M.) Parramatta ? , ? J. Byrnes ? J.S.Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbell Narell...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOLD-FIELDS ELECTIONS. FORBES. Monday Afternoon. 5.10. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

THE GOLD-FIELDS ELECTIONS. FORBES. Mondav Afternoon. 6.10. The poll for the election of a member to repre sent the electorate of the ?Western Gold-fields was taken here to-day. The numbers polled were as fallows -.—Church, 98; Eedman, 39; Eagar, 3. Great axeitement prevails. — Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

SHIPPING. _ i — i but-pat*. — January 10. hampton 5th «»te»M ^r^tt, jUs5 DrUcoUi Moses and family, Mrs! ^ R s w-Uace j Messrs. J. W. Dunlop, JJL_ A S N Co aeeats Wallace, and 16 in the tt^frStk. Alexandra, steamer, t^ N ^ agents. hamptonJ^naryltl^S^.^.,^ ^^^ James Person- st# ^sengers-SIrs. Schmidt A.S.N.Co.,ageOtS.^anuaiylL . w ^i nJtrmiti barque, 423 tons, Meiners, A.taci^Wft November. Passenger—Mr. *T«,? £nf 2$r.ana Mrs. Harris, and 4 in the Muir, Mrs. «| ? ' d u in the steerage. For Mel ^VfcWAl SuXrd, 'Master C. Gould, and 16 . iLrtiif steerage. A.S.N.C0., agent*. ^ DEPARTURES.- January 10. Queen of Nations, ship, for London. Tasmania, steamer, for HobartTown. CLEARANCES. -January 10. Tasmania, steamer, 285 tons, Lyon, for Hobart Town Passengers-Mrs, and Miss Dcas Thompson, Mrs M&cleay, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson aad2 children, S« AndeSon (2), Mr. and Hn. H. C. White and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bell, and 3 children, Miss Bell, and servant, Miss Terner, Jtr. and Mrs. G. BI...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

PARR AM ATT A AND RIVE: STEAMERS, ' At about Half the Railway Kates. Bran King-street-7, », 11, 1, S, £.1 in?romP»namatta--«.60, 7.80, 9, U, 1, S, 6. ? -Galling «t Hunter's T»', GUdesville, Nee Point, Ryd . Hewington, Ensalngton, Snbiaco. Children— Salonn return, 60 only. '' ;~-':t ?',? ?? ?? T- -N- S N Of C Ixillisiiss Sydney to the Hunter, .' TO-MORROW (Wednesday) NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPETI Newcastle to Sydney, 1ht: CITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MORROW (Wednesda; HORNING, at 10. ? i\ J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices -Foot of Market -street. ,-^aM, THE AUSTRALASIA1 BS3§gS^*?«v. ?*- STEAM NAVIGATION CO1 -: 'Q*yK&-W!B$p- PANYS STEAMSHIPS— , .apg i'jTfSM, To Hunter Biver, . OOONANBARA, To-Nigbt, Tuesday, at 11. To Melbourne. CITY OF ADELAIDE, Tomorrow Afternoon, Wednesdaj «t4.a-.' To Auckland, AUCKLAND, od er about Friday, Bt 5 !-.m. To BriBbane, FLORENCE IEVING, Tomorrow Alternoon, Wednesdaj at 6. To Maryborough, BLACK SWAN, To-Morrow Afternoon, Wednesday at S. To Bockhamptcm, BALCLUTHA, T...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

MM\ BIRTHS. On the 27th December, 1869, at her residence, Prospect, Mra. P. -Winter, of a son. ? On the SOth December, 1989, at Wailumlitlia, Matano* District, Queensland, the vite ot F. A. Powell, Esq., ot a On the 31st December, 1809, at her residence, 7S Liverpool street, Mrs. Eobert Chadwick, of a son, sttU-bom. On Wednesday, tbe fith instant, at her residence, York street, Sydney, Mrs. C. Delohery, of a daughter. On the 6th instant, at her residence, Spencer liOdge, Miller's Point, Mrs. Ellas Cohen, of a daughter. On the 9th instant, the wile of Charles C. Skarratt, of a MAEB1AGES. On the ISth December, I860, at St. John's Church, Bris bane, Queensland, by the Eev. T. Jones, Joseph Black, eldest son or the lite Joseph Dlxon, Esq., of Hobart Town, Tasmania to Louisa Jane, second daughter of the Jate Davio Sloan, Esi-, M.D., of Mailland, New South Wales. On the 15th December, 186S, by the Eev. T. Oainfora, at the residence of the bride* mother, Deotooa -street Wool Uhra Lucy, fou...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Tuesday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 January 1870

COMMERCIAL. Tuesday, 4 ii.m. The Anna brings advices from San Francisco to the 9th November. The latest trade reports - inform us that sales of 20,000 quarter-sacks National superfine flour bad been made for Australia on private terms. Deulnd for both local and export trade was fairly active at rates which have not changed since last Quotations. Stocks were moderate, and of some trandslow The wheat market was still quiet, and hardly W any advance on 1 dollar 50 cents to 1 dollar 55 cents for good to choice milling. Some lots of very choice are held, we understand, »* * ^^ «»* without any purchasers being reported at these rates Sales of 1400 ctls choice milling, in two lots at 1 dollar 55 cents ; 750 ditto choice shipping »t 1 dollar 55 cents ; 1100 ditto good shipping at 1 dollar 50 cent, to 1 dollar 52! cents ; COO ditto superfine at 1 dollar 2o cents. Sales' of 1500 sacks choice brewing barley at idflSsr 5 cente; and of 530 sacks choice at 1 doU ar 32A ^nte; 750 ditto coast at 1 ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HORRIBLE COMPACT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

A HORRIBLE COMPACT. The Court of Assizes of Clialon-sur-Saone, says the London Echo, has just tried two men named Auzerat and Chaumont for murder. A couple of more hardened villains than the accused could not be cosily imagined, and the cold-blooded manner in which this and other crimes were concocted between them reads like a page of some low sensational romance. Chaumont, a small cultivator, had lived on bad terms with a neighbour, a wine grower named Guichard, and having one day, aunng a quarrel, tracturcd the skull ot the latter by a blow from a pickaxe, was condemned to eight months' imprisonment and to pay 10U0 francs damages. Th« idea of giving money to his enemy greatly irritated him, and while undergoing his sentence he mode offers to several of his fellow-convicts to pay 1000 francs to anyone who would kill Guichard for him. ' Nothing can be easier,' he said, ' You have only to go to the house with an empty bottle to buy some wine, and while the man is going down to the ce...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BENGAL TIGER LOOSE [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

A BENGAL TIGER LOOSE French Mountain, between Glen's Falls audLake George, wqs the scene of a genuine sensation during the sojourn of Campbell's Circus and Menagerie at that village last week. At a late hour one night, long after Hie audience had been dismissed and the canvas pulled down, the watchman left in charge observed a Urge animal dart across bis path and almost instantly vanish in the darkness. Suspecting at once that some one or more or tnc wild beasts had escaped from their bondage, ne hastened to where the cages were coralled, and dis covered tUat the largest of the two elephants had drawn the stake to which he had been fastened and had upset the cage of the Bengal tiger, breaking the doors and bending the bars in such a manner as to allow the animal to escape. To run to the hotel, to awaken the elephant-driver, and summon all hands, was the work of a moment The elephant was promptly fettered and a search for the truant tiger commenced. The scene was one of indescribable...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVERITT'S ACOUSTIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

EVERITT'S ACOUSTIC TELEGRAPH. A series of experiments with the newly-invented Acoustic Telegraph were made on October 7th, at the Fulton Ferry House, New York, in the presence of a number of gentlemen, who were as much astonished as gratified at the accuracy of the general messages that were transmitted by the acoustic telegraph through wires connecting two houses 150 yards from each other. The first message sent was that of the Rev. Dr. Deems: itu. j.i.aj. i.nj.i. ? i _ i. ? i _a i_ ? ? , ? ,1 ml. _ it ? xie buaii uubii cars to ucar, lei mm uear. j-iiu Aev. Dr. Hall asked: ' How long before the new bridge is to be built, and what about stock in it ?' Mr. Samuel Orchard inquired: 'Can a man be held responsible for the place of liis birth without having been con sulted by his parents J' The Tribune reporter asked: ' What is the time at the ferry ¥' and Dr. Boscowitz inquired ' the relative diagnosis between rubcola and scarlatina.' These messages were all transmitted safely and much ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

PIC TO V. [FROM OUJl COHUESl'ONDENT.l Suicide in the Busii, — On Saturday last, a man of the name of William Horn, residing in Bargo Brush, was out looking for bees' nests, and when about two miles off froui the road came across tho dead body of a man suspended by the neck with a cent-strap to u limb of a tree, about S feet liigh from the ground. In formation was at once (riven to the police, who had the body conveyed into Picton. An inquest of the same was held on Monday, and there being no evidence to show how the man came by his death, the jury re turned a verdict of found dead. It was impossible for the body to be identified, as it was merely the skeleton with the skin dried on, with a small quantity of hair attached to the skull, of a sandy colour. It appeared to be a man of about 6 feet high, and probably about forty years old ; there was part of a Blurt on the body, marked ASY on the front ; also a piece of paper, which appeared to be a discharge from some asylum, only the pr...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day THE LATE FIRE AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

Coroner'sCourtJhisDaj TfiE LATE FERE AT THE TOWN HALL. - The inquiry into the origin of the late fire at the : Town Hall was resumed this morning in the .Mayor's room, Town Hall, before the City Coroner. Mr. Driver examined the following witnesses : Charles Bown deposed : I am superintendent of the Insurance Fire Brigade. I remember the 30th of December, 1869. At twenty minutes to 10 o'clock that evening, I received information from Dr. Dansev that the premises occupied as the Town Hall were on fire. Within five minutes afterwards I was on the premises. I entered them by the front door, and proceeded up stairs to a room where the fire was, a room known as Bin Walsh's room. The door was closed. I tried to open it with my hand, but could not. I then drove it open with my loot, but afterwards I felt convinced that it was not. I saw flames issuing from a crevice at the top of the door and at the foot. On opening the door I found the whole of the room was in flames. I noticed ' the press...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

BIRTHS. On the 7tb instant, tt hermsMeace, 220 WiXiiim-siroct, the wife of George Stenning, of a son. On the 8th Instant, at 2 Victoria-terrace, Woolloomooloo, the wife of Henry Sedgwick, L.'R.C.P., Lond., &c, &c., of a 0a the 9th instant, at Hanelagh, Darling Point, Mrs. John Fruer of s daughter. On the 10th instant, a,t the Eobta Hood Inn, South Head Boad, Mrs. D&viea, of a daughter. DEATHS On the 7th instant, at AnnidMe, Ernost Arthur, infant son of Mr. Lewis Benjamin, »ged I month and 2 days. On the Uth instimt, ftt his residence, Gipra-street, Smry Hills after a long and painful illness, which he bora with Christian fortitude, John Cockroft, aged 49 years. On the 11th instant, at the residence of his parents, 305 Kent-street, John the second and dearly beloved son of John F ana Sarah Murphy, aged ia months and 17 days.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

The SlioaUiaven Nam reports that the river for the past fortnight has been full of sharks, some of wliich arc a tremendous size. One was observed on Tuesday last wending its way up the Bomaderry Creek, which was estimated to be over ten feet in length— I another one seized the paddle of a boat that was being I rowed across the river by one of Mr. Berry's men, very I nigh capsizing the boat at the time. On the same even I ing four or five monsters were seen near Kennedy's I wharf. Booking, and Mr. Kennedy having obtained a ? large hook managed to secure one of them, and with ? the assistance of two of his neighbours, after securing ? it head and tail with ropes, succeeded in getting it on ? shore. The fish on being measured was found to be ? over ten feet in length, with a body as large as an ? elephant. ? The Pastoral Times reports that the excessive heat ? of the few days preceding Monday last, terminated on ? that day in a storm of great violence, wliich commenced ? about 1 o'cloc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

DIABT.— JaKDaBT ISi — ~ ~ High Water. u? liS Moon's Age. ? Klses. Sets. ? Even, [ Morn. oT iS 10-I'm- to' 1 aw Jaitoabt.— Full Moon.— 18th. 12h. 50.0 a.m. Ci)e evening JUto** \VEDNESDAT, JAKDAEY 12, 1870.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Courts, This Day. WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P.M., and Messrs. Evans and Richardson.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

Police Courts, This Day. WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P. M., and Messrs. Evans and Richardson.) Three drunkards were punished. John Davis, a seaman of the Middlesex, was charged with having attempted to rescue a prisoner in custody of the police. One of his shipmates had been arrested for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and prisoner followed, creating a disturbance, and he finally endeavoured to pull him out of the police station. Davis was fined 2Os._ nr in rUfanlt +lnv-o *1n.vc frt „»„! James Stormont was prosecuted for pocket picking. It appeared that on Sunday even ing hut he was detected with his hand in the pocket of a lady who was proceeding with the congregation through the passage leading to the Sacred Heart Chapel. He was sent to gaol for six months. John Slrillick, Paul Talbot, and Alfred Harris for leaving bales of wool about on public thoroughfares, and refusing to remove them, were each fined Is. with 3s. Cd. costs. ' Sirs. Clara Thompson, for ke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

Uessa. J.and G, SHYING, ot No. H9, GEOBCE^TEEET SOUTH, opposite Christ Church ; 120 South Head Boad, - new'Pftlmer-strect ; and Abercrombie-street, oppoeUe Sfc Benedict's Chareh, beg respectfully to return ih»nlai to tbdr friends and the public In genera],- {or the Una support tbit they have received since their commencement In the BUSI NESS of UNDEETAKEES, «nd hope, by strict attenUoa cad civility, combined with moderate charges, to continue tie kind support of their Mends and the public ia general. N. B. — Please note the address-No. 719, George-rtreet South, opposite Chrltt Church : ISO, Soath Bead Boad, neat Cauner-street ; and Abercromble-street, opposite St Benedief s Fhnrch. BUGGIES. T?OR SALB or HIRE— the cheapest and ?*- Dest variety in B^aoey. nwtjuna, opposite tscneci of Arts, 382, Pitt-Street DOUGLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt-street ? near Park-street Baggies and Spring Carts ahmy on hand ; repairing and painting done at the shortest notice. Wheels Tyred, Mondays and Fridays...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

An impuhe has been given to the work of botanicaj ornamentation in England, by the publication^ % .book entitled 'The Parks, Promenades 'iiiia Grardens of Paris,' by M. W. Bobinson, P.L.S. The facts and com ments cut forth, br this writer might have a good effect here also, if known to us. Some thing has been done within the last fevr years, under the direction of successive Ministers for Lands and Mayors of Sydney, for the beauti fying of tnifl metropolis. But much more might be done at comparatively small expense, if proper efforts were made. When we see in the chief cities of Europe spaces cleared at immense cost, and made available for put lie health and recreation, we should be warned in time to make sure that the future extension of the suburbs of Sydney shall be accompanied V,y such arrangements as not tojeave any portion of the inhabitants of this metropolis without ready accesss to the enjoyment of free air and the refreshing view of trees and flowers. The dedication of Pri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870

Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDERS. Frederick John Eaton, of WnoUahra, clerk in the Colonial Treasurer's office. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, £99 10s. Assets , £70. Deficiency, £29 10s. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie. Aaron Selig, of Pitt-street, Sydney, labourer. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, £113 Ss. Assets, £2. Deficiency, £111 Sa. Official usirrnee. Mr. R. H'. ? SemnHl. Charles Deacon, and Edmund Deacon, of George itreet, Bedfern, .builders. Cause of insolvency: Losses on contracts. Liabilities, £407 16b. 7s. Assets, , £20!* 10s. Deficiency. £198 Cs. 7d. Official assignee, Mr. K. EL Sempill.

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