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CAPE OTWAY. Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

CAPE OTWAY. Thursday, 2 p.m. The Envoy, from Now York, is in sight.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

Coroner's Coart,TIiisDay An inquest was holden tliis morning before Henry Shiell, Esq., City Coroner, at the house of Mrs. Ann j Wells, the Wynyard Hotel, Clarence-street, upon the I body of William Corkan, lying dead at 79 Clarence- i street. Margaret Corkan, a licensed public house keeper, whose house ia known asJCorkan's Hotel, 79 Clarence-street, deposed that the body under view was that of her son, Wilham Corkan, aged two years and Bix weeks, a native of Sydney. About 4 o'clock yester day afternoon (Wednesday, the 12th instant), while upstairs in her house, she heard screams proceeding from the yard. She rushed down, and as she was doing so met Bridget O'Brien in the passage coming up stairs with the deceased in her arms. Deceased's clothes were wet and water was dripping from them. He appeared quite insensible. She took the child from Bridget, stripped off its clothes, and found the body was warm. She rolled him in a blanket, and prepared a hot bath with mustard and placed dec...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.—January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.— January 13. City of Melbourne, barque, 190 tons, Brown, from Maryborough. Passengers -Captain Johnson, Mr. W. Hay. Captain, agent DEPARTURES.— January 12. City of Adelaide, steamer, for Melbourne. . Baldutha, steamer, for Eoekhampton. -. Black Swan, steamer, for Maryborough. Florence Irving, steamer, for Brisbane. January 13. Albyn's Isle, barque, for Petropaulovski. Ellen, ?gchooHer, for TwofoWBay. j/ CLEARANCES.— January 12. Albyn'p We, barque, 360 tons, Houston, for.Petro ^CttT'of Adelaide, steamer, 1000 -tons, Walker, for Melbourne. Passengers— Miss Young, Mrs. Oliver, Miss Cockoran, Mrs. Cope, Miss Cope, JUssM. Cope, Miss C. Cone, Mrs. Beal, Master C. Beal, Mrs. Hottjs, Master C. Gould, Master Harbison, Miss Rutledge, Ibss Green, Mrs. Thomson, Miss Thomson, Mrs. Gill, Miss Wilson, Dr. Knight, Rev. J. Buller, Messrs. G. Ander son, f. A. Wallace Dunlop, J. F. Knox, Coker, E. Knox, Hanning, MiUer, Rush, Miller, B. S. Thompson, K. Towns, junior, H. B. Bradley, W...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

PARRAMATTA AND RIVEJ STEAMERS, I At about Half the Railway Bates. I From Klng-*treet-7, 9, 11, 1, S, 5.- ? FromFarramatta— «.«£7.30, 9, U, 1, S, 6. ? Calling at Hunter's Hill, Gladesville, Nee Foist, Bydi B Kevineton. Ermington, Subiaco. ? «' '*? * ohildren-Salonn return, Od only. I JL3A- JJ B- N- s- N'~^ ?aSSS&li Sydney to the Hunter, ? THIS (Thursday) NIGHT, at U, the CITY OF NEW ? - CASTLE. ? Newcastle to Sydney, ?The MOBPETH, Tomorrow, Friday Morning, at 10. B F. J. THOMAS, Manager. ? Offices -Foot of Market-street. ini AUSTRALASIA]* ___ STEAM NAVIGATION COM Mfpafigsf^y^y FAirrs steamships ?SsKBasS .To Hunter River, HbOLLABOY, Tomorrow Morning Thursday, at 11. B To Melbourne. HaiTY OF MELBOUENB, Saturday Afternoon, at 3. B To Auckland, BjlUOKLAND, Saturday, Afternoon, at 2. Bj To Brisbane, BaDY YOUNG, Saturday Afternoon, at 2.30. Hj To Maryborough, BjLACK SWAN, 'Wednesday, 20th instant, at 5, p.iu Bj To Rockhampton, BjAMES PATERSON, Saturday Afternoon, at 3. BJ FEEDK. H....

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTHERN GOLD-FIELDS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

SOUTHERN GOLD-FIELDS ELECTION. The following is the result as farHhe returns have . reached ub :— Baker. Stephen. GrenfellJ Quondong, Kiandra, and Young ? 271 G7 Bungonia .,, ... ... 3 57 Araluen ? 34 62 Little River ? 36 8 Major's Creek ? 27 13 Jeinbaicumbene ... ... 2 7 Present totals ... 373 234 A bush fire broke out on the Macquarie River, near the site of the old Ranken's Bridge, on Sunday after noon, but as the thistles were too green to ignite, tho flames were prevented from extending over a large tract of country. Tho crops of make and potatoes are everywhere in the Shoalhaven district looking very promising. The «eason has been one of remarkable fertility, and tho farmers are beginning to look up for the better times. It will be remembered that the Queensland journals recently reported that a girl had been lost in the bush at Acacia Creek. We are sorry to say that not the slightest trace of her had been discovered, although a close search had been carried on daily for eleve...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

SYDNEY MARKETS. Butcher's meat— Beef, per 1b lid, mutton lid, pork 5d, veal, 3d to 3d ; lamb, per quarter, 2s to 4s. Poultry — Fowls, per couple, 3s to 3s fid, ducks 3s Cd to 5s, wild ducks 4s, teal 2s 6(1, geese 5s, turkeys 30s to 35s, pigeons 1b 3d to Is Od. Rabbits, per pair, 2s Gd to 3s; roasting pigs, each, 4s to 5s. Dairy produce— Eggs, per dozen, Is. Vegetables— Potatoes, per cwt, 2s Cd to 3s 6d, onions 3s to 4s ; cabbages, per dozen, Is to 2s, lettuces Is, pumpkins 3s to 0s, marrows Is to 2s, cucumbers Is to Is Cd, turnips, per dozen bunches, Is 6d to 2b 6d, carrots Is to Is 6d, parsnips Is to Is (3d, beetroot 3s to 4s, leeks 3s to 4s, rhubarb Is to 2s, celery Gs to 9s ; green peas, per bushel, 5s to 6s, French beans Is Cd to 2s, broad beans Is Gd to 2s. Fruit— Oranges, per case, 15s, lemons 12s, apples Cs to 10s, pears 3s to Gs, greengages 12s, peaches 2s 6d to 7s, nectarines 4 s to 8s, pineapples per dozen, la Cd to 6s, watermelons 12s, rock 12s, passion fruit 4Jd, figs 2d...

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. Tucker. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

Police Courts, This Day. j WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Sir. P. L. Cloete, W.P. M., and Messrs. Tucker, Raphael, and Josephsou. Three or four drunkards were punished. Bennett v Smith. — Horace Smith, for suffering a goat to stray, was fined Ds with 5s (id costs. J Conway v Balm. — This was a snnunons for using in sulting language. Complainant and defendant are both of the gentler sex, and about a week ago Mrs. Bahn was fined in this CYtnrf, fnr liiiviniv .iKcmiifnr! 'MVc r^»Tni-n,- i The hitter now deposed that after the case had been disposed of, she was on her way home wheu the defen dant overtook her, and called out to her, ' I'll make you pay for this, you old ? .' This language was repeated three times. Complainant merely re]-lied that if a constable were at Iuuid she would give Mrs. Baku in charge ; after which she returned to the Water Police Office, and laid her information. In cross examination Mrs. Conway denied that she went up to defendant in the street, and after tapping...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS DAY. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

THIS DAY. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) Joseph Salisbury and James Gregg, under remand from yesterday, were again brought before the Court, charged with conspiring to defraud the English Scot tish and Australian Chartered Bauk. BIr. Roberts again appeared for the prosecution ; Sir. Forster for Salisbury, and Mr. Williamson for Gregg. Henry J. belaud deposed: I know both pris-oner=. I am a partner of the prisoner Salisbury. Gregg was in our employ. He is now a little altered in his appearance. He had whiskers at each side of liis chin. We carried on business as printers and lithographers, and Gregg was our foreman. He resided on the pre mises. I became a partner on the Cth of September last. I last saw Gregg on the 30th of December, in the evening. He had been working for a few weeks. He made no arrangement with me to leave. I never knew iiim by any other name than Gregg. He told me several times that he would like to leave. I spoke to Salisbury about Gregg's lea...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

THE REVENUE AUD EXPfaiDjQkrRE.* ? ' The abstracts of revenue receipSiand -osjienditnre m account of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, loans account, and special accounts of the colony of New South Wales for the quarter and the year ended 31st , December, 1869, have 'bein. published. From the comparative Btatement of the consolidated revenue and of the special rands .paid into the Treasury' at Sydney during the quarters ended 31st December, 186S?' and 31st December, 1869, respectively, it appears that under the head of Customs there was a decrease upon the quarter of 1869 amounting to 13,310/. 0s. 5d. The principal items of decrease were 30561. 2s. lid. ad .valorem duties, and 6764?. 3s 9d. Murray ' River Cus toms. The increase of revenue derived from spirits during the last quarter of 1869 as compared with the corresponding period of the previous year was 1809/. 19s. Id. ; from ale and beer, 357/. 8s. 8d. ; tobacco and cigars, 14/. 14s. 5d. ; coffee and chicory, 84/. Is. od. ; sugar an...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Wednesday, S p.m. A petition from the Chamber of Commerce with reference to the Border duties has been presented to tho Legislative Assembly. Wheat has been purchased at 4s 6d per bushel. Flour is worth £11 10s to £12 10s p.?r ton. Wednesday Night. A case of Asiatic cholora is reported to have occurred at a place beyond the Burm. Tho Colonial Treasurer has been attacked by diphtheria. The weather has been terribly hot ; tho highest range of the thermometer yesterday, ut the Observa tory was 164- in the Sim, and 112 in the shade. The heat all night was intense. There are signs of a change now. The Council passed a resolution to withdraw the Insolvency Elill. Several fires are reported. The question of unemployed labour was brought before the Assembly yesterday, vrhen members appeared very strong against Government inter ference. The corn market, is vising ; is Gil was paid fur wheat delivered at Port Wakeiicld. The mills have wised the price of flour fully 20s per ton. The ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT.—WEDNESDAY. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) The Alleged Fraud on the E., S., and A. C. Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

CENTRAL POLICE OOUBT.— Wednesday. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) The Alleged Fraud on the K, S., and A. O. 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 £400. ? Mr Roberts appeared for the prosecution; Mr. Sly for the prisoner Salisbury. On the resumption of the case yesterday afternoon, ?William C. Tieley deposed: I am receiving teller in the English Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank. I know the prisoner Gregg. On Wednesday, the 29th of December last, he came to the bank and opened on account in the name of William Olliver, -with a cheque signed 'F. J. Lee,' for £334 10s. on the Commercial Bank, Kewtown branch. He signed bis name in the bank signature book as ' William Qlliver.' The cheque produced (exhibit S) is the same. I did not Bee prisoner again till Friday, the 7th of January, when he was ill custody. The cheque was sent to the Commer cial Bank f...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DRAMA IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

THE DRAMA IU SYDNEY. Notwithstanding the complaints of ^exnpty houses, a general observer of the patronage extended to tile drama must admit that, taking the whole year through, it is fairiy supported. Some affirm that the character of dramatic representation affords an index to tho extent of refinement that prevails : that the drama is the most refined pleasure of a polished people; that it forms their manners, anil has no inconsiderable share in rtiieir .anWjds. There is no doubt that ' from* the 'Interest ' of the scene, and the consequent seeming reality, the action is, as it were, example, and precept is thus en forced by its verification in practical lif e. In the delu on of the scene the shadow becomes the substance. The theatre is the stage of life, and the drama a real action. H this be so, and we are not going to question it, great responsibility in a huge city rests with those to whom the management of the theatre is confided; and it is not too much to say that the people...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

WINDSOR. Wednesday. A mr?n named William Hose was shot last night at South Creek, by a fanner named James Smith. It was caused by some dispute with Smith's wife. Rose is not expected to live. Sergeant Fitzpatrick and constable Dunn speedily apprehended Smith. — Berald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABALUEN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

ARALTTEN. Wcdnesdav. The thermometer yesterday and to-day was 110' in the shade, and in the tun 154\ — Eaald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST. FINAL RESULT OF THE WESTERN GOLD-FIELDS ELECTION. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

BATHURST. FINAL RESULT OF THE WESTERN GOLD FIELDS ELECTION. Wcdnesdav Evenimr. All tho returns are in. The rough state of the poll for the electorate, of the Gold-fields West is as follows : — Church .. .. .. ..810 Eagar . . . . . . . . 389 Redman .. .. .. . . 67 Majority for Church, 421. MELBOURNE. Wednesday Evening. George Nicholls, the bookseller, has called a meet ing of his creditors. Hie liabilities are £7000. Rumours are prevalent with regord to the impend ing Ministerial reconstruction. During the last visit of H. M. S. Barrosa to this port, a number of her Eeamen deserted. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Messrs. Goldsbrough and Co. sold by auction to day about 2000 bales wool, at good prices. Greasy brought 4id to 9§d; scoured, 9d to 16d ; fleeces, lid to Is6d. There is nothing to communicate about Ministerial difficulties. It is reported that it has been decided by the Government to sell the Cerberus in England, and also to dispose of the Pharos here. The BarroBa took away four deserter...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARRABRI. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

NAERABRI. Wednesdav. There are two lunatics in the lock-up here ; one attempted to escape to-day, but was secured by tho police. — Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 January 1870

- — - - - BIRTHS. On the 1st instant, at her residence, MarrickviUx, the wife of . G. Erench, contractor, of a son. _ , ', , On the 7th instant, at her residence, Album Hotel, Eliza beth and Campbell-streets, the wife of F. Tinswell, of a son. On the 10th instant, at her residence, Glen Hock-terrace, Waverly, the wife of H. C. Scafe, of a son. On tie 10th instant, at St. Leonards, the wife of John W. Guise,of a jon. On the 11th instant, Mib. Alexander Ogilvie, of & son. : On the 12th instant, at Euroka, St. Leonards, Mrs. Alex ander J. B&lsten, of a son. MARRIAGES.   : On the 6th Instant, at the 'Wesleyan Parsonage, Singleton, by the Qev. George Lane, William Henry, third son of Mr. Joseph Whiting, Taralga, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Collins, Esq., of Mount Louis, nent Sydney. On Friday, the 7th Instant, at the Scots Chureh, by the Eev. Dr Lane Mr. John Francis Hemingway, farmer, Clarence River, a native of the county Wicklow, Ire...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

^Insolvent Estate of Charles Deacon and Edmund Deacon, Builders. On the Premises, George-eireet, Redfern. SATURDAY, 15th January, 2 o'clock. MR. H. D. COCKBUKN has been instructed by the Official Assignee n tUo above estate, to sell by auction, Inch, lj, i cod»r boards, cedar boards, 12 x 3, hardwood cuttings, &c, &c. Terms, cash. Insolvent Estate of J. Clifford, Storekeeper WEDNESDAY, 19tU January, at H o'clock. At tlie Auction Mart (East side), corner of Pitt and Park streets. The Stock of n General Storekeeper, comprising— Drapery, Ironmongery, Boots and Shoes, llaU, &c,&c. MR. H. D. C O C K B U 11 N has been instructed by the Official Assignee, in the above estate to sell by auction, on WEDNESDAY, 19tli January, at 11 o'clock, at his Mart, The above. Terms, cash. SATURDAY, 15th January, at half-past 10 o'clock. Clearance Sale by Auction, at the Star Hotel, Macquaric-place. Beer Engine, Bar Fittings, Counter, Hot J'late Oven, Bedsteads, Bedding, Cl...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Divulging a Racing Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

Divulging a Racing Telegram. An opportunity was afforded us yesterday of going tlirough the evidence taken upon oath by a board of inquiry, consisting of Mr. Tcmpleton, P.M. ; Mr. EUery, Government astronomer ; and Mr. Choinley, of the Crown Law department, into the facts connected with the divulging of the contents of a press telegram, to which reference has already been made in these columns. No less than twentv-eicrht witnnKHPR wm-n examined, but — as was stated in the Legislative As sembly the other evening— the offence has not been traced home. The facts are that on the 9th September last, when the Great Metropolitan Stakes were run for at the Randwick Races, Sydney, two telegrams an nouncing the winners— Circassian first, Grey Momns second, and Warrior third — were received in Mel bourne, one at the Argus office, at about a quarter-past 4 p.m., and the other by Mr. J. Dyer, of Greville and Co., Borne twenty minutes afterwards. It should be mentioned that the one addressed to t...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Most Daring Project yet Broached. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

The Most Daring Project yet Broached. Tlie Hamilton (Ont.) Times is responsible for the announcement that ' the boldest and most sseitntvfic feat yet performrd at Niagara is promised before the season closes by a daring fellow, who proposes to cross the river without the employment of any such safe guard as an 'undershot' velocipede, aud, in fact, he will even dispense with the rone. This new jairacle. who, we presume, will claim the distinction of the ' Canadian Sinbad,' designs taking nn aerial flight across the chasm on wings ; and, as wild as such an attempt would seem, we can state as ft positive foot that the ?apparatus is now being constructed in this city for that purpose. We are not yet informed what sort of practice the new professor has been pursuing, or oon cerning the principle of his flying appurtenances ; but it would probably be advisable for him to take a small flutter over the Dundas Marsh before doing Niagara.

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