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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

?; : '?'- ADELAIDE. ? ''??«? l p.m. 'Messrs-. Townshend and Co. have sold by auction 1300 tags Batavian sugars at £27 7s to £34. The competition was brisk. The Talisman has arrived from tho Baltic 'rith. a cargo of limber.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT CALIFORNIA FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

WHAT CALIFORNIA^ FARMERS AND FEUIT GROWERS ARE DOING. Apart altogether from its gold mines, of which we are not now speaking, perhaps | no country in tho world ever witnessed so rapid a developement of its resources as California. ] It is no exaggeration to say that farming and . fruit-growing as well as grazing havo made more ; progress therein twenty years than inNew South Wales in fifty. Wool, wheat, wine, and silk are now Btaple products ; uio production oi unea iruiis, picKies, ana preserves, and the growing of the tea and coffee plants are now making rapid progress, and every year sees tho introduction of some new source of wealth. An association has been lately formed in San Fran- ! Cisco called the Eden Vale Company, with amodcl fruit i farm in San Bernardino County, thirty-five miles from j LosAngeles. Tho members, who for themostpartare i SanF^unciswinsengagodinunportingandrailinfffruits, have Becured about six thousand acres of well located and abundantly watered hind. Th...

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

ADELAIDE. Thursday. The Attorney-General has given notice of motion in tho Assembly for granting to Mr. Bartley, £2500, besides tho usual retiring allowance, on his removal from office ns solicitor under the Real Property Act. Tho Hon. Treasurer is suffering (rom a severe attack of diphtheria. Heavy rains last night, as much as one inch having fallen in Adelaide News was received to-day from Barrier Rangos, which reports rain throughout that district, and states that, with rain already fallen, this season is likely to bo a very good one. The corn market is very firm ; no wheat obtain able. — Herald

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARK FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

MABK FBLTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. '?Will you not eat summit master,' she said to Hark, 'doee eat summit.' Her master turned to her sternly. 'Do as I bid you,' he said, in a cold hard voice. 'Ifiir. Felton does not choose to eat when I ood^ * before him, it is no business of yours. Take away those thinee, and light the lamp.' _ ^e oW^oman^hed and did as she w^s told. Then the lawyer arose, and ]~ -h~* *»fj»' ** °3? when Mark spoice out. «'-= ''= - »*- ' ? ? ? 1 ?t bJften?'Uan!wered bis uncle, reseating him self 'I am busy. What is it you would say. 'Uncle,' said the young man, m a voice which trembled with suppressed feehng. I am going ''The slightest shade of surprise crossed the lawyer's face as Us nephew thus spoke, but he said nothing. ?' [sin going,' continued Mark, 'because I desire, first to relieve you of the burden of supporting me ; ^condb', because I wish to relieve myself of a We which is becoming intolerable to me. The Uwyer nodded, his face however, givm...

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

HOBART TOWN. Thursday. Much dissatisfaction is expressed hero at tho heavy bill of expenses inourred for tho amateur theatricals given by the officers of the Squadron in aid of the public charities. — Herald.

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

THE HORSE QUESTION. In keeping with the progress of the times, that noble animal, 'man's best friend,' comes in for a share in the general desire for improvement. The ' Horse Question ' divides itself into a double problem — how are we to get rid of the bad, which everywhere disgraces the colony ? And how are we to replace them by the right sort '( Simple aud clear as these points may, at first sight, appear, they compli cate and deepen as vou dip into them. It is notorious that the back runs teem with the most miserable effigies, hated and shot at by all. Everybody has doomed them, just as anxiously as thoy doom the dingo, and would bo glad, at almost any cost, to free the land of the pests by flood, fire, or bullet. There arc no two opinions here, except about the easiest way of extinguishing them. Traps, shot, and drought may keep them from increasing, and the opinion has been hazarded that old mares, well charged with a contagious disease and let loose, would prove as efficaciou...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTER AND BUTTER MAKING. CAUSE OF BAD BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

BUTTER AND BUTTER MAKING. CAUSES OF BAD BUTTE11. The causes of bad butter are numerous. Careless ness and ignorance of the true principles of butler main ng ; depasturing on poor land, or new land ; bad water for the cows, bad sali in the butter ; dirty rooms for the cream; the presencu of foul Finellsin the dairy, and the want of proper appliances for keeping milk, cream, and butter ;it- the requisite temperature. These are among the CH-.ise:- assigned for the immense quantities of inferior butter se:it to market. It is evident, however, that something more than tho avoidanco of all these is essential to successful butler-making ; and another very essen tial requisite is summed up in tho recommendation of an old and experienced butter-maker, viz. : ' When you have all the requisites that money can buy, you cannot do without a clean, careful, skilful woman to manage the work.' THE QUALITIES OF IIUTTER. It is difficult to say what constitutes bad butter, j for tho meaning of the term...

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

MR. J. SPENCER, Surgeon-Denti! 352 George-street, over- MountcasUe's. B'* HONOURABLE MENTION at Exhibition, for ABTffK* TEETH. A single tooth from 7s. 6d. ; teeth scaled, iW and extracted. Children's teeth carefully regulated. CHEAPEST and BEST in the COLON] V/ — ARTIFICIAL TEETH. 10s. each ; Btoppii*! ertractjon, 2s. 64 Mr. M. EMANUEL, Practical «? (established 1860), S24 George-street, overSandon'a, if' and 125 William-street, WooUoomooloo. ? ' MONKV LENT to any amount ' Watches, Dele Jswelery, Furniture, S* Machines, MusicU Instruments, and every descnP'Si Property, it the lowest rate of intrect, at L. HIMMBtHJ 292, Castlereogh- street, near Park-street N.B— All n-- goods kept iu mv-iirouf safes. : SYDNEY: Printed and Furnished brSilfUEl. BE* 190, Pitt Street

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWINBURNE'S NEW POEM. THE RESURRECTION OF ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

SWINBURNE'S NEW POEM. THE EESUBBECTION OP HALT. isy me waters oi uaDyion we sat ana wept, Remembering thee( That for ogee of agony hast endured, and slept. And wouldst not see. By the waters of Babylon we stood up and sang, Considering thee. That a blast of deliverance in the darkness rang, To set thee free, And with trumpets and thunderings and with morning EODg, Came up the light : And thy spirit uplifted thee to forget thy wrong As day doth night And thy sons were dejected not any more, as then When thou wast shamed ; When tby lovers went heavily without heart, as men j Whose life was maimed. In tbe desolate distances, wltb a great desire, For thy love's sake, With our hearts going back to thee, they were filled with ire; Were uigh to break. It was B&id to us : ' Verily ye are great of heart, But ye shall bend ; Ye are bondsmen and bondswomen, to be scourged and smut To toil and tend. ' And with harrows men harrowed us, aud subdued with spean And crushed with shame : And ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY—WINDSOR BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

WINDSOR. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY— WINDSOR Branch. The annual meeting of this branch was held in the hall of the School of Arts last evening. Rev. Mr. Wood, of Pitt Town, opened the proceedings by read ing the 19th Psalm. Rev. Mr. Sellars offered up prayer for the success of this great society. Mr. W. Walker, President, occupied the chair, and after a short and very appropriate address, he called on the secretary, Mr. J. H. Mills, who, after reading a letter received from Rev. Mr. Garnsey, who is now in Sydney, apologising for his absence, and requesting his subscription to be paid, read the following report : — 'Your committee in presenting this their thirteenth annual report of the Windsor Branch Bible Society, desire to express their gratitude to the Great Author of the inspired volume, for the continued success of the British and Foreign Bible Society throughout the world. ' When this branch of the above society was first in augurated about fif...

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

DUBBO.   [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] PASTORAL.—No subject can possibly be of greater   concern to this interest than that of water-supply. It is usually looked upon as the chief element in the value of a squatter's run when there is one or more good waterholes upon it. In selecting stations some large waterhole in one of the various rivers has been the seductive allurement to the commencement of grazing pursuits; and then have followed the con- struction of dams and the formation of conducts, artificial channels, drains, ditches, or races for the con- servation of water which is plentiful during one part of the fear, and deficient at another. A patch of land on a run adjacent to a good river waterhole is considered the "eye of the station," and it is when the mala fide free selector conditionally purchases, or picks this "eye" out of a pastoral property that results in so much bitter antagonism between the two interests. I think men of practical experienc...

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

BIRTH.   On the lOfli instant, at 'The Monasteiy,' North Shore the wife of J. T. Gowllana, E.M., o! a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 11th instant, by special license, at the residence of the brides parents, by the Rev. W, Hill, John BLACK, Esq.. JP.. of Terrara, Kiama, to Charlotte Elizabeth, second daughter of T. S. KENDALL, Esq.. J.P., of Barroul Kiama. On the llth instant, by special license, »t St. Mary's tem porary Cathedral, by tho Bev. T. H'C&rtliy, assisted uy the Rev. P, O'ParreU, P. 3. Honrigan, snUcitor, Sydney, to Marian Josephine, second daughter of M. Goyllotle, Esq., On tlie llth instant, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Newtown, by the Uev. George Martin, of Morpeth, Joseph Paul, of Hartley, New South Wales, to Irrina Keys, youngest daugh ter of the late Thomas Keys, coanty Fermanagh, Ireland. DEATH. On tho 13th instant, at the residence of her son, Crown street Suny Hills, Mary, relict of the lafci Josiah Hunt, Esq., lat* o'f Hayes, Middlesex, England, aged...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Very Strange—But True. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

Very Strange^-But True. (The truth of the following extraordinary relation, strange as the facts arc which it discloses, is guaranteed ljf-thewiiter to iU minutest particular. He offers no opinion as to the curious psychological question ?which it involves, contenting Himself with relating the facts Difcisely as they occurred, or as the impressions were left upon his own mind.] ^Twenty years ago, having just passed the crisis of a wasting fever, I was on a visit to a friend on the Murray, with a view to forward my convalescence. My friend's property was situated on one of the most beautiful spots of that pre-einincutly beautiful part of the country. There was then some of the finest scenery of a certain kind on both sides of the Murray that could perhaps be found in the two colonies. The banks for a considerable distance back are composed of a deep rich soil, which used to bear some Of the stateliest specimens of our indigenous timber, and which, during the greater part of the year,...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

THE AUSTRALIAN TOWN AND COUNTBY JOUENAL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDAY, Price Sixpence. Copies can be obtained from the Agents, as follows :— Mr. Frank Pierce, agent for Woolloomooloo G. H1U, 70 South Head Bond W. Ellis, Woollahra W. Bartram, Bedf era J. Collis, 196 Parramatta-street S. Benjamin, Glebe Road J. Bisby, Newtown Road, opposite Wesleyan Chapel T. Deacon, North Shore Mrs. Fleming, Pyrmont Mr. Glassop, Bahrain A. W. Mlhell, Botany Boad F. Barker, Sussex-Btreet, near King-street And from Messrs. GOBDON and GOTCH, News Agents, George street, opposite Hunter-street. Messrs. F. and E, COLE, Stationers, George-street, next to Thompson and GUes'e. COLE, Stationer, next to Messrs. Damon and Co., George street. Mr. J. FEEGUSON, Stationer,' 426J, George-street, near King-street. Mr. J. FALK, Bookbinder, Pitt-street, opposite Viokery's buildiiigE. Mrs. MOETON, Tobacconist, Market-street, near Pitt-street. ?pRINCE OF WALES OFERA HOUSE Positively the LAST SEVEN NIGHTS of the PANTOMIME THIS...

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TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. THE AUSTRALIAN PRICE 6D. Contents of the Second Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. IHS ACSTKAitAN TS1CB 6D Contents of the Second Issue. Page Late Telegrams-He Eevenna— Editorial Notes -The New Padument ? 2,8 The Intercolonial Exhibition Wool Mies .. 4 * -*se of Alleged Forgery Vy Salisbury and -Gregg— The Fire at the Town Hill . . . S IntereolonialNews--VIctori»andQneansIand- Accidents, : Offences, tc. .. ... .. .. -J, 7 Wool— Pastoral ComWuation— The WeatberCrops Motements of Stock.. .. .. ' . .. 8 New Blackfriara Bridge (with illustration)— Advice to Young Mechanics— Physical Science— Stock Exchange Tennis .. .. .. .. ;. .. 9, 10 The Victorian Land BUI— New England Traffic The Clarence or the Brisbane? ... .. . .. 11 The International Exhibition of 1871— New Stamp and Quirts Crusher {with illtutmtion)— Mining Beport for the Week .. .. .. ~ ..12 The Impounding Bill of 1869— Exhaustion ot the .Soil in Gm^ng .. .. ,. - ,. .. .. IS Altered Prospects of Agriculture — Practical Beseaicbes in Sngtr Refining— The Labour Aspect of the Sug...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ominous Birds. MEMORANDUM BY COLONEL O'CONNOR, C.B., LIEUTENANT-COLONEL 1ST W. I. REGIMENT. (Sketch of Nero, the Owl, a "Feelish Bird" from the River Gambia, Western Coast of Africa.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

Ominous Birds. Memorandum bv Colonel O'Coskoe, C.B., Liedtk NANT-COLOKEL 1ST W. I. REGIMENT. (Sketch of Nm, the Owl, a ' Fee&h Bird,' from Hie River Gambia, Western Coast of Africa.) 'Ddbinc seven years' exploration of Western Africa, I only met with one of the species of the owl 'Nero.' He was brought 'a chicken,' full of pen-feathers, or rather down, of a delicate straw-colour, and very thick, from a lagoon in the Karra country. No native would admit ' Nero' as a visitor : and when the bird was in stalled in Government House the servants and head people came in a body to remonstrate, asserting ' he was aGumbiowl,' * aFeetish' ! 1 ! and would destroy and kill any. object he looked on.' The chief groom (an old soldier, who had charge of the poultry) insisted that 'every cock and hen would go dead.' Strangely enough, an epidemic broke out and carried off fifty, to sixty head of fowls; and each day the gioom placed the defunct birds on the steps of Government House to meet the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Old Willow Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

The Old Willow Tree. The corn was in the ground, and the fence* »ll*epsired. And the garden-beds, as smooth as counterpanes verb laid, They were dotted, striped, and difllal -when the peu and flie . radishes grew, With elecampane at foot, ana parsley and sage* and me. n. The work was done on the farm, 'twas' orderly everywhere. And comfort smiled from the earth, and rest was felt in the. air. . :??? When a Saturday afternoon at such a time comes round. The farmer's fancies grow, as gram the grain in tie ground. ?m. ' ?-??.? .. Twas so with Gilbert Oakes: he stood by the willow tree Ihat came, in the tima of g-ng. with his Utilise over the sea, ' . ? ? Twice forty years it had grown where it first was set, And the drooping leaves were thick and the trunk was sturdy yet ? rv. From the knoll where stood the bouse the fair fields pleasantly rolled To dells where the berries hung, and the rocks were Bpecked with gold: He looked on them all by turns, with joy in his acres free, But ever h...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

?'? BIRTH. '' 9 the 14tb December, 1869, at Margate Cottage, Eose BlU-i ? ?? et, E*dfern, Mrs. F. Hodge, of a daughter, jn the 3rd instant, «t lier residence, P»pieO-terrace, Forbcs reet, Woolloomooloo, Mrs. George Tlynn, of a son. On the 6th instant, at her residence, Botany, Mrs. W. Wol On the lOUi instant, at her residence, in the Domain, Syd ney, Mrs. W. Carron, of a daughter. On the 12th Instant, at her residence, Alue Bank, Gerrin gong, Mrs. Bobert Hindmarah, of siUughtor. On the 13th instant, at her residence, Petersham, Mrs. Alfred Drake, of a son. MABRIAGES. On the 11th Instant, at St. Mary's temporary Cathedral, by the Eev. T. Macarthy, Francis, fourth son of Peter Hart, to Sarah, second daughter of the Jflte'jaichael Macarthy, both natives of Ireland. On the 11th instant, by special license, at St. Paul's Chord], Bedfern, by the Eev. Canon Stephen/ assisted by the Eev. Zachary Barry, Henry, third son of Henry Murdock, Esq., formerly of Kewry, Ireland, to Elizabeth Susan, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. The Government Gazette of last night (Friday) con tains the following notifications : — Notice to SIahikeks. — The following notice to mariners is published for general information: — Snapper Point, Port Pliillip Bay.— Notice is hereby j given, that on after the 1st of January, 1870, a bright i light will be exhibited from a patent dioptric lantern I erected on shore at Snapper Point, fifty (50) feet above ' high-water level. The light will be visible all round to - seaward in ordinary weather witliin a range of about i ten miles. The present dioptric light at the end of the jetty will he replaced by a red light shown from an ordinary lantern, having a range of about three miles in ordinary weather. W. COLLINS Rees, Secretary for Harbours and Navigation. Office of Harbours and Navigation, Melbourne, 9th December, 1869. Obiental Bank.— The general abstract showing the average amount of the liabilities and assets of the Oriental Bank Corporation, taken from the sev...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY.—JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 January 1870

DIARY.— January 15. ~ T~ High Water. Bun Sun Moon,g ^ __: ? B^'5'- Sote. ? Even. | Morn. h.m. h.m. nl h.m. I h.m. 5.5 7.13 13jl a-m- 6.17 I 6.44 Jancaet.— Fnll Moon.— 18th. 12b- 60.0 a.m. SATUEDAY, JANUARY 16, 1870.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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