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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

mBSOHKAFKST HOUSE IN SYDNEY I GBAJTON WINS~a£d 8PIBIT 8T0BS& MOTTO-SMALL PBOFITS AND QUICK RB TTTBNB. families Supplied with * Single Bottle at Wools tale Prices, and ? Single Doien »-mt home to any out of the City, free of charge, Bwt Bun Is per bottle, * per quart Brandy fc, 3i 6d, 4a, and U ti pu bottia Sin, Holland-is Kej or J.D.K.Z. bruri, »» 6d fall quit Sir Bohert Bars'* Old Ton Si 6d per bottle Best Irish or Scotch Whiskey Si ed per bottle PortarBhsrry 2s, «« 6d, &, and 3s 6d perbottlo Colonial Wine, red and white, Is, la fid, and 1« «£ per bottle An aaorsraent of Foreign Wines and Liquors, always an band at equally cheap price* Note the Address— THE GEAPTON WINB AND 8PIBET 6TOBEB. tM, 490. 482. Gtwge-street, opposite the Markets, and two dosrs from the Market Oloth Hall. ? J. P. LENNABTZ, Proprietor. ?pUBLIO NOTICE. Ob SALE, at the BULL'S HKAD, Bed, White, and Blue Hoasa, George-street, opposite the Central Polioe C°°rt' Per bottle, a, 4 Best French old eogn...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 ,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1869. The promptitude observed in issuing the writs for the general eleotions, is an evidence of the desire of the Administration to hasten on the business of the oountry, and prevent more than absolutely neooBsary delay in providing for the emergencies of the public service. The first election, that for East Sydney, is fixed for the third day of Deoem ber ; and the'Iatest will be for the Gold-fields, on tbe 10th of January. The whole of the nominations will be completed by the twenty-seventh of Deoember. Those gentle men who aspire to legislative honours have not, therefore, much time before them to make known the political opinions taty entertain. The hurry and ex citement will not operate benefioially, the time being too short to allow for so careful an estimate of the qualifications of candidates as is desirable. Yet the experience of former elections proves that little reliance oan be plaoed on the haphazard promises made at the hustings. Ciroumstanoes can...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

ADELAIDE. Tuesday Evening. It ie expected, as the Ministry tefuse to Under their resignations, that a motion of want of confidence will be submitted in the Assembly. The Government anticipates that the issue will bs in favour of the Administration. — Empire Mr. K. C, Baker moved a distinct Want of Con fidence moticn, to-day, whioh was negatived without division. In the Legislative Council, Mr. J. Baker moved for a select committee to inquire into the po6tal cootraots. A fatewell dinner was given to Dr. Mueoke, who is about to leave for Melbourne. The Municipal Council adjourned for a week, at the instigation of Councillor Baphael, The com market is unaltered. Werther very hot— Herald. Tan Diamond Mines.— Mr. Hewitt, tbe manager of the Mudgee Diamond .Mines, arrived in town on Friday with some verj fine diamonds, found on the company's property.' One of them weighs nearly twe carats, is remarkably pure and brilliant, and has such a beautiful regularity of the facets that it may certa...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DOCTOR'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

A DOCTOR'S STOEY. Mr. Bochford was a surgeon in good prac tice, with whom I sometimes indulged in a long gossip when neither of ns had anything better to do. ' D ? and I,' said Eoohford, on one of those oooasions, 'are, you mast know, LBBoashire men, and were somewhat inti mately acquaiated with each other in Liverpool, where he at that time offioiated as priest. I removed to London and was fortunate enough obtain after no very long or severe probation a lucrative practioe at the West End. The knowledge of this induced D ? to give Mr. Foster — Valentine Foster —a letter of introduction to me, which briefly stated that the bearer was a gentleman who had been a fellow-student of D ? 's at Stonyhurst, had sinoe studied medicine in Paris, and was desirous of obtaining an engagement as assistant-surgeon in London, Valentine Foster was a sternly handeome man of about thiity, and of reserved but oourteous manners. Happening to be in want of an assistant, and his testimonials being satisfac...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

THE GENERAL ELEOTIONS. The following an the latest eleo&ra rnmoun :— East £ydh«t.— I* *& probability Mr. Charles Osw per will yield to the eolioitatione of his friends and become a candidate. In thie casa the old members — Messrs. Neale and Hart, and perhaps We. B. Stewart; or Mr. Salomons, the barrister, Will be associated as candidates with Mr. Gowcer. West SxDRBY.—Th.e Premier (Hr, Bobertaen), will be ? candidate, together with Mr. W. B. OamDbell, Mr. Speer, and Mr. W. B. Dallej. KiAMi.-Mr. S. W. Gray, who formerly ast for this conetUmncy, will again ba a oandidate (or its repre sentation BaoiXXi.rms.~- Mr. Qsrrett, the late member,' will cfior kimeelf again, and will be opposed, it is rumoured, cither by Mr. James Aideorn (a looal man). Mr. D. L, Wangh (ef Eiama), and, come say, by Mr. Parkes. St. Leosabdb,— The Seorstary for Lands (Mr. Forater) will probably be a candidate. Oamdkh, — Mr. Morrice, tbe late member, will be a candidate. Mr. Onelow (Oamden), Mr. Jam...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

MELBOURNE. Tnesdav Evening. It is reported in theatrical circles that Mrs. Steele intends to sue Herr Bandmann for damages, in conse quence of the injury sustained by her in tbeoharaoter of Emilia, at the Theatre Boyal. A severe caseof oholera is reported to have oocurred at Geelong, The damaged portion of the teas ex Dioscuren was sold bv auction to-day, and realized fair prices. The weather is hot, a.nd exceedingly dusty— Empire. The Baoing Club have been so financially suoeesful that they have takea up £1600 worth of their out standing debentures. The racehorse Manuka was bought in yesterday for 740 gnineae, He was purohaEed privately bv Mr. Petty. The ehip Palm Tree tales 250 tons of tallow and, 287,600 lba. of preserved meat, valued at £17,000, sent from the Melbourne Meat Preserving Company whioh was all prepared in three weeks. The members of the Presbyterian Assembly and their friends breakfasted together this morning at the Criterion Hotel, At the Bendigo Baoss the Maiden P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

ALPACA COATS— Just Opened, a Beautiful Assortment, from 8s upwards, at HOWE'S, 88, King-itrest. WANTED, Shops to Sell Fritohard'a Bread, the CHEAPEST and BEST in the City. ? PBITOHABD'S BREAD supplied to bdj part of tbe City. Highest Discount allowed to the Trade. ? ? W' PBITOHASD informs hu Customers ? that WITHERS, bii la'e Carter, b no longer in his employ. STUDY YOUR OWN INTfiREST by patronising PBITCHABD, and direoBnteninoisg ingratitude, chicanery and eonipiwoy. ? ON SALE, Maize, and Colonial Tobaeoo. (TOOtSD and OO, OwDmercUl Whirl. ITJRINCE OP WALE8 OPERA HOUSE. The fret lift suspended, the Press eroepted. THIS EVENING, November 17, tbe parformaoees will commence with the new drama ?f modern life entitled F 0 B M 0 8 A! or TBE BAILBOAD TO Hintf. by Uioo Boncicamt, E»$., Supported by the Entire Cempaoy, To conclude with THE LOTIEBY TICKET. This mo'.t attractive and successful drama was witnessed on Saturday and Monday by delighted and enthusiastic crowds of every class of soc...

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SUPREME COURT.-Tuesday. BANGO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) PARKER V. M'MAHON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

SUPREME COURT.— Tuesday. Bahoo CerjBT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief JuBtice, and a jury of four.) PABKEB V. H'KAHOK. Mr. SalsmoBB, inetruoted by Messn, Levy and De Liesa, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. M. H. Stephen, instruoted by Mr. Dswaon, fer tbe defendant. Jury: Meesrs. Lancelot Iredale. Agnes-terrace, off Victoria-street, Sydney; famuel Poolman, Brisbane street, Newtown ; Bobert Iredale, Bourke -street, Sydney; and William Hanson, Milson's Point, North fihoie. . ' * This was an aotion of slander. The words deolared upon were: 'Vlouarea b ? yold rogue and thief; for you went insolvent and robbed all your oieditors.' Also: ' He' (meaning the plaintiff) 'is a rogue, thief, and liar ; and I intend to let every one know his oharaoter.' The plaintiff claimed £500 damages, The defendant pleaded not guilty. It appeared that the plaintiff resides with his step eon, who keeps the Argyle House Hotel at Oamden, Some time ago the defendant came into the bar and had a gi...

Publication Title: Evening News
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SECOND COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Hargrave, and a jury of twelve) UNNATURAL OFFENCER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

Seoomd Coubt. (Before his Honor Mr. Juatioe Hargrave, and a jury of twelve.) UNBATUBAI, OFTEKCB. Jeremiah Griffiths was charged with the commission of an unnatural offence upon the person of one Johnny, a native of Botumah; the offenoe of which prisoner was charged having been committed on board the brig Alicia, in Sydney harbour. Mr. Butler ; rosecuted for the Crown. Mr Dalley, inetruoted by Mr. Levy, defended the prisoner. v- The particulars «f this case, as revealed in exami nation of witnesses, -«e unfit for publication. The jury found tht. prisoner guilty of an attempt to commit the offence chtrged against him. His Hohob sentenced the prisoner to two years' hard labour in Darlinghurst gioL AXTEHCX TO 510CEBH AB0RTI9K. Thomas Patterson was', charged that he did on the 18tb August last, feleniojsly and unlawfully use a certain instrument on the parson of Jane Nesbitt, for tbe purpose of procuring abortion Mr. Innes proteouted for the Crown; Mr. DiUey, instructed by Mr. S, B. Smit...

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WAGGA WAGGA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

'i WAGGA WAGGA. r ?'? Tnesday. Tbe Pastoral Show held to-day was a great success, tbe finest ever held here The principal winners is sheep were G. B. Maokinnon, D. H, Campbell, and A O-. Jones ; in cattle, Maokinnon, Mate, aid Devlin. In horses, Watby's thoroughbred Oatherstone defeated .dibit jviuoi; araugni eiauions — uevuna wonuet oi the World beat the champion of last year, Healy's Young Ohampion, The town is crammed with visitor* to the races, which oommenoe on Thandayt The bazaar for the convent at Albory is succeeding well— Herald.

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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. ISSUE OF WRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

THE GEN BEAL ELECTIONS. ISSUE OF WBIT8. His Bxoellenoy the Governor has directed it to be notified, for general information, ia a Supplement to the Government Gazette of last nighty that Write have been issued, addressed to the Bemning Officers ot ihe several Electoral Districts throHghout the Celony, for a General Eleotion of Members to eerve in the Legislative Assembly j and that the following is the arrangement for tbe holding of the different Elections fit:— Members ' j ~ — ? ? Eleototal Distoiot tob» Date of Writ. Place of Nomination Dateof Nomina Polling ? returned. ? lion. Dsy. ~~~ ^* r i ? 1869 ? i ? iaao' te&e ? 1 16 November. Goulbura ? ,.. 18 Deo»mber ... 17 Deoember Ba1ranald ? X » Balranald ? 15 Dfoember ... 5 January lQflfl Th!,hBrf™n ? i' ' Satunrat ? 20 neoember ... 22 Deoember F.H ? ) ' gabbo ? io Deoember ... 22 Deoember JEX'™ ? 1 ' Braidwood ? 8 December ... 14 Deoember S*™!*'' ? I ' Oa^en ? 10 December ... 14 December 2'3 ury ? ? ' Ashfield ? 20 December ...

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Central Criminal Court-This Day. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr, Justice cheeke) ADMISSION TO THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

Central Criminal Court— This Day, I FlBBT OSUBT, ' (Before his Honor Mr, Justice Oheeke ) ADMISSION TO THB BAB. On the motion of Sir James Martin, David Buohanan, Etq., of the Middle Temple, was admitted to the bar of New South Wales. The Brougham-place Murder John Mason, under remand from the but sittings of the Criminal Court, charged with the wilful murder of one Elizabeth Moore, '.alias Strutt, was placed is the dock. Prisoner waa defended by Dr, Belinfante, instructed by Mr Williamson. Mr. W. J. Foster proseouted on bebalf of the Ciown, ti^rgeant Edward Goldriek deposed: I know Brough ham-place. On 28th May last, at quarter-oast I o'clock in the morning, I was on duty passing tnrough Brougham-place. I saw a bag standing up against the wall, I opened the bag and found tbat it contained tbe body of a woman. I then waited a shore time to see if anyone would oome; but as no one oame, I took her to the Infirmary. She was there seen by a doctor, but wbs dead, I then toother to the de...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

GBENFELL. Tueedav. The escort took down this morning S742 cz. 14 dwte 10 grs, gold. The weather is oppressively hot,— Herald,

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Shipping. ARRIVALS.—November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

flipping* — * ARRIVALS.— November 16. Tien Tain, batqae, 260 tone, M'Kinlsy, from Lsun oeston 10th instant Captain agent Blaok Swan, steamer, 240 tow, from Mirrborough 13th instant Pafsrogen-Mrs. Melville, Messrs. Walker, Murray, and Bankis, and IS is the steerage. A.S.K.OO, agents. Helen Maogrfgor, steamer, Muir, from tbe Clarenoe Biver 15th instant. Passengers— Mrs. Cohen 2 children and servant, Mesera Monk, Jones. CMdgoy, Gilmour, aid 3 in the steerage. C. and B B S. N. Oo. (gents. November 17, Jason, schooner, 96 tons, Ooath, from Maryborough. Captain agent. Grafton, steamer, 200 tons. Mann, from Clarenoe Biter 16th :aetant. C. and B.R S N. Co., agents. DEPARTUfiES.-November 16. Havilah, tteamp-, frr Rooibampton, via Brisbane. Balciuthe. steamer, far Boakbampton, via Brisbane. Florence Irving, steamer, for Briibane. SBrrej, chip, for Calcutta. Alice Otraeron, barque, for Auckland. Ltndebcrough, ship, for Newcastle. OLEABANOES.^Nbvember 16. Bermoa, barque. 320 tone, Coindet. for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

PABBAMATTA AND BIVE 8TKAMBRS, at »bont Half the Bailway Bates. From Kisg-Blreet— 7, 9 1 1', 1, 3, 5. From Parramatte-rfi.50. 7.80, 9. 11, 1, 3, 5. . (Jailing »t Hunter's Bill, GladeaTille, Nee Pan Eyde, Newington, Ermington, Sobiace. ? Children— fialoon return, 63, only. njtefc TX s. ». s. s. oo a|HY$-a SYDNEY TO THE HUNTKB. THIS WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 11, the M01 PETH. HEWOABHiB TO 8YDNBY. The MOBPETE en FBIDAY MOBNtNG, at 10, V. 3. THOHA6, Hants**, OSms, toot at Market-strest. n \5L rpHE AtJS5?S-ALAS3IA.I «gS^f#X,_ JL STEAM NAVIGATION DOB ^^^^^PAWJ'3 BTKAWHTTTPfU. TO 3TTNTEB RIVEE. OOLl ABOY, Tomorrow Morning Thursday, at 7. TO MELBOCBNB. EANGATIBA, Saturday Aftarnor.n, at 3. Piros— Cabin, £3, retnrn, £5 10a ; Baloott, £0; ttici, £10; Btsarase, £1 10a. TO AUCKLAND. CITY OF MELBOURNE, Tomorrow Afternoon, a 5 p,m, Taking Passangets and Cargo 'oi all th Perts in the Norttgm Island. TO BBI6BANE. LADY YOUNG, Saturday Aiternoos, at 2-30, TO MABYB0B0UQH. BLACK SWAK, 2i hoorn after arrival, ...

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Commercial. Wednesday, 4 p.m [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

CoHtmetctal* Wednesday. 4 D.m Messrs, Stubbn and Co. held a sale of imported goods, this morning, at the Oitr Mart, There vw a full attendance of the trade, and come large trans actions. The brown and rationeuzars were in good demand : the former fetched £36 15s per (on, rations £33 15a to £84 ditto. Kome invoices of fish ex late arrivals realized foil rates: MoirV Findon bed docks, 2.1b. tine, lls 6d ; Yarmouth bloaters, 2e 3d ; 1-lb, herrings. 7b Id; smoked audioes, 1-lb. tins, 6b 6d ; ditto, 2-lb, tins, Is 93 each ; ditto, 41b. tine, 2s lOd; red herrings in larg' tins, 12s each; 2-lb. herrings, 10s 6d ; 2-lb. mackerel, 8j 9d, Several lots damaged goods were also sold, raspberry vinegar, 5i 9d ; ditto pints, 8a 6d ; pints salad oils, 10a 6d ; helf-pints ditto, 6a 6d ; pint rioklfs, 6a lid ; candles (damaged), full weights, 9|d ; outoi oil, quarti, 12s per doceo. The wines and spirits were pasted. GoldsbroHgh, Bart, and Co. sold by auotion, this morning, at their yards, Oastlereagh...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ARMIDALE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.   ARMIDALE.   Tuesday.   Mr. Alexander Black addressed the electors of New   England, last night. He advocates a new Land Bill and direct taxation. — Herald.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 November 1869

BIRTHS. On the 13th instant, at her residence, Darlinghurst Road, Woolloomooloo, the wife of Mr. W. F. McCarthy, of a daughter. On the 16th instant, at her residence, 556, George-street South, the wife of Mr. E. Cohen, of a daughter, stillborn. MARRIAGES. On the 11th instant, by special license, at St Peter's Church, by the Rev. G. King, Albert, third son of Mr. Thomas Curtis, of Arncliffe, Cook's River, to Sarah Ann, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Montgomery, of Lord-street, Newtown. On the 13th instant, at St. John's Churoh, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. Thomas Hayden, M.A., Charles Elouis, Esq., Deputy Master of the Royal Mint, and Chief-officer of the Sydney branch, to Emily, youngest daughter of W. J. H. Thorne, Esq. On the 16th instant, at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. Thomas Hayden, Sydney Howard Douglas, of Islington,   London, to Louisa Lewin, of Victoria street, Darlinghurst, New   South Wales. DEATHS. On the 26th October, at Levuka, Fij...

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ALE. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

, AT.Tl!, 1b 4te Editor efitbt Eoeni/n, Ban. VSf .?— Can you or any of your numerous sabs;iibera politely inform me wTjat ie;the average contents ef JfteVAllBopp's,. Bass's, and Marxian's English ale hogsheads, fitted tip, or as usually sold to publiatns; also, how many gallons of clear marketable ale may be drawn, free from hop*, &a, from each hogshead. I am Sir, yours obediently, LICENSED KETAILE8 [The eontents of' each hogshead are enpposed to. average fifty four gallons11 ' marketable ale,' eome brands having a preference for producing the greater quantity free from hope, Licensed retailers them selves ahonld be the beet authorities on the subject— ED,] ? .

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

INQUEST. At noon an inquest wag held on tbe body by Mr. CoroDer Butler and the following jury : — B. Sansom (foreman), Henry Variey, ft Dreyer, John FitEgerald, lenry W. Phillips, W Ward, Don&ld Fletcher, James DawtOD, Blchard Williams, David Evons, James Mangban, and Alexander Thomson. The Sheriff and Governor of the coal havise civen their evidence. Dr. Dempster, the medical officer, stated tbat he had eiaujiDed the body, and tbat death hud been caused by dislocation and fraciare of tbe ntok. The jury returned b verdict that JemeB Smith, sentenced to death at the Circuit Court at Beeohworth, for murder, on the 15th October, 1869, was, in parsaancs of such sentence and of the warrant of bis Excellency the Governor, banged by the neck nntil hia body was dead, in the Beecbwortb Gaol, on tbe 11th November, 1869. From Launcestoa we learn that Dr. Harbro, a duly qualified medical practitioner, who recently proceeded to Mangana, Fingal, to practice there, was received into the Li...

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