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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
Runaway Cab.— A horse ran away with a safety from the Bridge-street stand this afternoon, and pro ceeded at full uaee up Goorge-street, turned the corner into Hunter-street, and ran up Pitt-street until it came into contact with a post, and was brought up opposite the Bengal Arms. No person was hurt, hut the c&l) was considerably damaged. Kangaroo Hunting. — There was a tolerably suc cessful battue (reports the Pastoral Times) last week at Thulc station, where about 100 tripods fell victims. About 400 escaped before they had been driven between the meshes of the fences. Probably Mr. Wolselcy, the hospitable host is now on the successful road in destroy ing the Urge number of kangaroos infesting his fine stations. There were about twenty-five guests spend ing their Christmas at Thulc, where they enjoyed themselves to their hearts content. Some of the Chinese, the Pattoral Times regrets to see, are following the evil examples of the whites, viz., getting drunk and spending all...
THIS DAY. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
THIS DAY. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) Joseph Salisbury and James Gregg, under remand I from yesterday, were again brought before the Court I charged with conspiring to defraud the English Scottish J and Australian Chartered Bank of the sum of £400. J Mr. Roberts appeared for prosecution and Mr. Fonter I for prisoner Salisbury. I George Wiseman deposed: I am in the employ of the I prisoner Salisbury, and reside in William-street. 1 1 know the prisoner Gregg as having been in the employ I of Mr. Salisbury. He lived at Salisbury's, I should I think for about nil months. I don't know that be I went to Goulburn. Gregg was employed at Salisbury's I n setting up forms and as a compositor. I did not wort I during the last week of the old year. Gregg told me I that he had gone by other names. He told I me so since he has been at the office. He told I me that he had gone by the . name of I M'Carthy. He used to talk about it at the office. 1 1 never received a cheque fro...
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
'Msmsm, This Day. MELBOUBiJE. : * Wednesday. jUu jAusfcralaaiaa Insurance Company repudiate iha claim of Messrs. Solomon and Co., on lira ground that their stores contained hazardous goods. The Argiu in. an article of to-day, denies that Victorian-made sugar contains deleterious in gredients. The Auckland, steamer, sailed for Sydney yestfiniay. * ?.??..?? ? . . Wednesday, 2.30 p.m. ! The Austrfclasiaa Insurance Company have 'decided that. Mr. Solomon's policy of insurance for £3000 on his premises recently destroyed by fire, is vitiated. Payment is therefore refused. a 45 p.m. Messrs. Fraser and Co. have sold by auction the entire cargo of sugars ex Kate Conley, consisting of 4200 hags, with all faults, at £27 15s to £31 6s per ton for good counters. A deputation was appointed at a meeting held yes terday, to ask the co-operation of the Government in introducing the cental system in grain transactions. The fiercest hot wind of the season occurred to day. The English pedestrians' vis...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT.—TUESDAY. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) The Alleged Fraud on the E.,S., and A. C. Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
CENTRA!. POLICE COURT.— Tuebdat. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) The Alleged Fraud on the K, S., and A. G. Bank. Joseph Salisbury and Henry Gregg, under remand from Friday, were charged with conspiring . to defraud the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank of the sum of £4001 Mr Roberts appeared for the prosecution; Mr. Sly for the prisoner Salisbury. On the resumption of the case yesterday -afternoon, Henry Brady deposed : lam the accountant in the ; Newtown Branch of the Commercial Bank. There was an account opened in the name of F. J. Lee, on the :20th of November, by the payment of £10. That account was drawn against by cheques, signed F. J. I*ee. I produce three of those cheques. One is dated November 27th, No. 2327, isigned F. J. Iiee, for £1 10s. Another, dated December 4th, No. 2328, for £7 ; and the third, dated December 9th, No. 2330, for £L This left a balance of 10s. to Lee's credit. The cheque book produced, marked I., has ' F. J. Lee' on the back of it, and cor...
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
SHIPPING. ABPTVArS.— -Tftnuaxv 19.' ^ Helen Macgregor,' steamer, Muir, from Grafton 10th Instant Passengers— Messrs. Wiseman, MDonald, Dorere, and IS ia fiiesteenige. O. and B.R.S.N. Co. ?gents. s January 12. Crishmu barque, 252 tons, Hughes, from Lyttelton 20th ultimo, in ballast. Captain, anent. Lady Young, steamer, 425 tons. Human, from Bris bane 10th instant Passengers—Mrs. Bansford and child. MiBS A. Raff, Messrs. J. C. Cumps, Langland, K. Gore, N. Newton, E. Paynter, Bullridge, Blasters langland and Bullridge, and 38 in the steerage. A.S.N. Co., agents. DEPASTURES.— January.ll. BaUiiia, steamer, for Port Macquarie. Agnes Irving, steamer, tor ciarence iu™. January 12. La Hogue, ship, for London. The ship La Hoguc, for London, was towed to sea this morning, by the steamtug Breadalbane. |f The steamer Lady Young, from Brisbane, arrived at 2.30 p.m. to-day. [By Electbio Telegraph.] ?M ROCKHAMPTON. Arrival. -January 10 : John Andrew, from Sydney. Departure.— January 11 : Clarence, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
PAEBAMATTA AND BIVEJ STEAMERS, At about Half the Railway Bates. . FromXing-Btreet-7. 9, U, 1, a, 6.' 0From Panamatta-S.60, 7.30, 0, U, fc- 8, 6. Calling at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvttle, Nee Point, Byd- Nawtagton, Ermington, Bubtaco. Children— Saloon return, Od only. ^j*LJl XJ- R. N. S. N. CO jpffi^**'^ Sydney to the Hunter, THIS (Wednesday) NIGHT, at 11, the MORPETH. Newcastle to Sydney, Hie MOEPETH, on Friday Morning, at 10. . - F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices -Foot of Market-street. M^iJJL THE AUSTRALASIAN figggS'-Sl5S. JL STEAM NAVIGATION COM SffisnjYiarrl pANys steamships— SSIsssSla! To Hunter River, COLLAEOY, Tomorrow Morning Thursday, at 11. To Melbourne. CITY OP ADELAIDE, Tuis Afternoon, Wednesday, at 4.80 To Auckland, AUCKLAND, Saturday, at noon. To Brisbane, pLOBENCE IRVING, This Afternoon, Wednesday, at 6. To Maryborough, BLACK SWAN, This Afternoon, Wednesday at 6. To Rookhampton, BALCLUTHA, This Afternoon, Wednesday, at 5. FREDK. H. TROCTON, Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, Suss...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH 'WALES. THE monthly meeting of tiie Council was held at Hie Society's rooms, on Wednesday afternoon, 5th instant, at 2.30 p.m.; Hon. T. Holt in the chair. Present— Mefisra. J. Alger, M. Lowe, A. Bruce, Jas. Chisholio, jun., I. K. Cleeve, J. J. Calvcrt, R. L. Jenkins, P. W. Trebeek, H. Seed, and H. Beit. The minutes of hist meeting baring been read and confirmed, the following correspondence was read, viz : 1. From A. Henry, Esq., private secretary to His Excellency tlie Govuraor, stating that the Earl of Belmore is unable to attend this meeting, but will endeavour to be present at the Exhibition of wool, on tbe 13t!i Instaat. 2. I'rom Monsieur Drouyn -le Lbuys, President of the Agri cultural Society or France, Uianklng Ibis Society for tbe in fennrtiou furnished, and publications forwarded. 3. From L. A. Bernays, Esq., Vice-Presid-.-utnf the Queens land Acclimatisation Society, forwarding copy of the proceed ings of that Society, &c. 4. From...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
COMMERCIAL. 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 flonr had been made for Australia on private terms. Demand for both local and export trade was fairly active at rates which have not changed since last quotations. Stocks were moderate, and of some brands low. The wheat market was still quiet, and hardly bore any advance on 1 dollar 50 cents to 1 dollar 55 cents tor good to cuoice nulling, some lots oi very choice arc held, we understand, at 1 dollar 57i cents without auy purchasers being reported at these rates. Sales of 1400 ctls choice milling, in two lots, at 1 dollar 55 cents ; 750 ditto choice shipping at 1 dollar 55 cents ; 1100 ditto good shipping at 1 dollar 50 cents to 1 dollar 52.1, cents ; COO ditto superfine at 1 dollar 25 cents. Sales of 1500 sacks choice brewing barley at 1 dollar 5 cents ; and of 530 sacks choice at 1 dollar 32.J cents; 750 ditto coast at...
THE CATHOLIC LAITY AND UNIV[?]SITY EDUCATION IN IRELAND. (To the Editor of the Daily News.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
TUE CATHOLIC LAITY AND UNTVlialTV EDUCA TION IX IRELAND. (To (lie E,htor of llu l/ailn .Ven-i.) Sir,— 1 should feel obliged if you would publish the sub joined letter, which I have received from two distinguished Catholic graduates of Trinity College, DuUia. One of these gentlemen (Mr. T. Itaguire, LL.D.) obtained in many suc cessive years, beginning in 1851, tlie highest honours in classics. Hebrew, ethics, lone, political economy, civD lav, &c. Tlie college career of the other gentleman (Mr. Belhng haiu Brady) was scarcely less distinguished. You wUl observe that the opinions expressed in their letter afford a striking illustration of Uie fact that a grave error vW he committed by Parliament if it assumes that, in reference to education in Ireland, the Catholic priesthood are true repre sentatives of the CaJiioiic Jaily of that tottatry.-l hegta remain, faithfully yours, HENRY FA.WCETT. The Close, Salisbury, August 9. Trinity College, Dublin, August 4, 1609. Kir,- While th...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
Brejuii'ast.— Errs'B Cocoa.— Grateful akd Cokfobt iko.— The very agreeable character of this preparation h»s rendered it a general favourite. 'Ar (.'m' Srruict tiazetu remarks: 'The singular success which Mr. Epps attained bf bis homoeopathic preparation of cocoa h&s never been sur passed by any experimentalist. By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern me operations oi digestion and nutrition, and by a caref ol application of the fine pro perties of well-selected coco*, Mr. Epp« has provided our breakfast tables with & delicately flavoured beverage whicl maTMVEOS many heavy doctora hills. ' M»de simply with boiling water or milk. Sold by the trade only in ]-lb., 1-Jb., »Dd 1-lb. tin-lined packet*, labelled 'Jakes Epps and Co., Honireopathic Chemista, .London.'— Advt.
SECULAR v. CLERICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
SECULAR v. CLERICAL EDUCATION. ' By denominational education most bave been misled : So they believe because they were so bred. The priest continues what the nuree began; And thus the child imposes on the man.' TO THE EUITOB OF THE EMPIBB. Sir, — The thirteenth annual report oi the Registrar-General gives the following important information : Of the religious denominations amongst the persons who were married last year, the signatures with marks were— Amongst the TVesleyans, 25 per cent; the Presbyterians and the Congregationaliets. 30 per cent ; Free Church of England, 33 per cent ; Church of England, 35 per cent ; Kotnau Catholic. mverant. And 1 invite our fellow countrymen to give a little reflection, to the question as aflecting the subject of education. Hero are facts which cannot be con tested, and I will add another fact — viz., that during last year (and former years for all I know) there large majority of the prisoners were, as they always are, Roman Catholics. 1 heg distin...
Agricultural Society of New South Wales. EXHIBITION OF WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
Agricultural Society of New South Wales. Exhibition of Wools. The judges appointed to award the prizes met yesterday, at Messrs. Mort and Co.'s Stores, Circular Quay. Thirty-three bales were exhibited, and the awards will be handed to us for publication to-day. WOOL EXHIBITION, 1870.— AWARD OF PRIZES. Class I.— First prize, E. K. Cox, Esq. ; second prize, R. Trail, Esq. Class III.— First prize, J. B. Billington, Esq. ; second prize, R. Trail, Esq. Class IT.— First prize, C. C. Cox, Esq. ; second prize, J. B. Billington, Esq. Class 'VX— First prize, C. Catton, Esq. ;|secend prize, J. R. Chappell, Esq. Class VII. —First prize, B. Trail, Esq. ; second prize, A. Armstrong, Esq. Glass IX. -Jf. 1'. Bavleys prize)-E. K. Cox, Esq. Class X.— J. Black, Esq.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
DlT.iNt; the cross-raaminatiou of a witness the other day, the attorney asked him where his father was, to which the witness, 'iili :; melancholy air. responded : ' Dead, sir ; dropped off very suddenly, sir.' 'How came lie to drop oli' suddenly?' was the next question. ' Foul play, sir ; the BlicritT imposed on Ids un suspicious nature, sir, and srcitiiig him to go uji on a platform to take a look at :-. hck-ct s'.iulieuce, suddenly knocked n tran-iloorout from undpr liim. sir.' Tbe Xi;w Year's ])ny a-liibi-iiiions passed off with out aci-itleirt. itlth-..vejh many thousands of persons, of all cbpsiai au-1 iipys, joined in thnm. People are now subsiding into tlu;:r usual t'.u'.e nt'i-alm, and the claims ol'hiismiiss have resinned lln-iv sway. About liie iime ui' iiii,- exi.'j.--ti'i n.i'i';i:i^-«i% I'.-u-liwimit, how nvijr, anit'iK'i- :r:vat holidav, of an Australian Jiiiiicoial .liavcieter, will occiir.' On this 2Gth of the present- month it will be eighty-one years since r.-iritr...
THE SALMON IS TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
THE SALMON IN TASSLAXTA. Tlicro aw fen- sdJijeciw thai *h-juld mm' «l«p]-]y interest tho minds oi' settlors in a new country thai) that of uuelmuilisutiun. Vi:i, we emmoi shut o:ir eye? to the cireuiuMiinfo that Xew Smi!!i Wales, the mother of the colonies, is hehiml hand, in ihe aivnt work wliich form* the *:iliji-et i,( these r.-ninrks. \Vlulst Victoria hus= htij Ik-.- Wilsmis, South Aiisi7.i litt lier rishnrs, ami Tasmania liei- Vui'N. to exjieiu! their lime, as well us l'.Ttmier, upun !be advocacy nti'l practice of acclimatisation, «??? I''' waively point toil single name as that of a widely ivi.-ugiiiscd' benefactor of this description. Amongst the gu\itr-st nfioits of Australian Accli matisation, is that which it is said has been sucw*-- fiilly iis-ido by Uu: rulnnisis nf Tasmania lo introduce salnVn l'- the waters of that bejiutitiil and Nilubriowi islairl. The. perwvt--i'aiii'O wi'Ji which the Tnsinr.n ians wnrkpil t.r- a::liieve t!iis happy I'linstiMination afforV a ulrong-...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. Electorates. Mambs of Mbmbbbs. ? Newcastle ? O. A. Lloyd (N.M.) East Sydney ? H. Paries ? Sir James Martin ? ???««???? D. Bochaoan ? G.King(N.M.) Paddington ? Hon J. Sutherland Clarence.. ? , T. BawdenfN.M.) WestSydney ? J. Wearne (H.M) ? Hon. 3. Bobertson ? W. C. Wiiideyer ? W. Speer (N.M.) Northumberland ? Dr. Brookes (N.M.) Muirumbiogee ? VV. Joacteay Newtown ? S. O. Brown Glebe ? -J. W. Allen (N.M.) Argyle ? E. Butler (N.M.) Goulburn «.....,»», .... M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T. Ryan Kiama ? H. Parkes Dlawarra ? J. Osborne (N.M.) Wollombi ? J. EcHord Camden ? A. Onslnw (N.M.) ? J. Morrice Shoalhaven ? T. Garrett Eden ? H. Clarke (N.M.) Braidwood ? M. W. Kelly Orange ? Hon. S. Samuel Balranald ? J. J. Phelps Tie Hunter. ? J. Dillon (N.M.) West Macquarie ? E. Webb (N.M.) Patterson ? W. M. Arnold. East Maitland ? Alex. Dodds The Upper Hunter .... A. BeH Mudgee ? M. H. Stephen (N.M.) Parraniatta ? J. Byrnes ? J.S.Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbel...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
TTlladuila Toldkteebs.— As an inducement to rifle practice the volunteers and then- friends on New Year's Day offered the sum of 19?. 17s. Cd. to be shot for in seventeen prizes, open to all comers, on the fol lowing conditions : -Distance 200, 300, 400, and 600 yards, three shots at each range, position Wimbledon targets, the highest score to receive the first prize, &c In case of two or more competitors making the same number of points, the same to shoot off for places at GOO vards. The shootinEt commenced at 9 o'cloek a.m.. with 50 entrances. The first pize 4f. was won by private E. Seccoinbe, 35 2»oiats ; 2nd prize, 32,, corporal Jones, 30 points ; for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th prizes, three com petitors made 28 points eaoh. In shooting off, the 3rd prize 21. 10s was won by corporal James Cork ; 4th prize, 2/. 5s. sergeant Hessian ; 5th prize, V, 10s. pri vate C. M'Lean ; 6th prize, 1(. 5a, lieutenant Killard, 25 points; 7th prize, £1, private F, Hobbs, 24 points. For the 8t...
THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
THE MEETING OF PAKLIAMENT. A proclamation appears in last night's Gazelle, by which liis Excellency the Governor further prorogu es the Legislative Council to Thursday, the 27th day of January instant. The following proclamation has also been issued: — 'NEW SOUTH WALES, TO WIT. ' Proclamation by His Excellency the Right Honorable Somerset Richard Earl of Belmore, a member of her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council in Ireland, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the colouy o£ New South Wales, and Vice-Admiral of the same. 'In paraasnee of tlse power and authority vested in me as such Governor aforesaid, by virtue of the Act intituled 'An Act to confer a Constitution on New South Wales and to grant a Civil List to her Majesty,' as asseuted to by her Majesty under the authority of the Act of the Imperial Parliament, passed in the session of the 18th and 19th years of the reign of her said Majesty, intituled 'An Act to enable her Majesty to assent to a bill as amended of the Legisla t...
Impending Ministerial Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
Impending Ministerial Changes. We understand that Parliament will, according to present arrangements, bo summoned by Proclamation to meet on the 27th January. It is a matter of regret to learn that the present responsible head of the Government is not likely to moot the new Parlia muilL in Mini, uupuuny, uimuugu iiu wlu. tor uiu present retain the seat which tho electors of West Sydney so generously gave him on a recent occasion. Tho announcement in the Government Gazette of last ovening that the Hon. Charles Cowper, C.M.G., had been appointed Vicc-President of the Executive Council will have prepared tho public for some modification in the construction of the Ministry, and this will probably bo more definitely expressed in a very short time. The retirement of Mr. Robertson from tho important Ministerial office of Vice Prcsidcnt of the Executive Council has no connec tion whatever with political affairs, and is not caused by any difference of opinion with his colleagues.
BATHURST. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 12 January 1870
BATHXJKST. Tuesday Evening. The following are the returns for the Western Gold-fields electorate: — Church. Eagar. Redman. Forbes .. ..98 3 39 Bathurst.. ..36 6 2 Tambaroora ..31 48 0 Sofala .. ..62 69 0 Wattle Flat ..41 58 0 Hargravos 34 0 5 Bald Hill .. 113 7* 0 Lower Turon ..10 2 0 Palmer's Oakey 33 1 0 Apple Tree Flat ..3 1 0 Two-mile Flat . . 44 0 0 Windeyer ..72 1 0 Trunkcy Crook . . 154 88 2 Lucknow ..17 2 0 Ophir . . . . 0 0 7 Cheshire's Creek . . 4 2 0 Cargo .. ..15 16 6 767 371 01 The returns from Billabong, Tuena, Jew's Creek, and Stoney Creek have yet to come in. Another return places the totals as follow : — Church ? 767 Eagar ? 376 Redman ? 56 It is impossible to discover how the discrepancy arises, but it cannot possibly alter the result — Empire.