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ADELAIDE. 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

ADELAIDE. 6 p.m. There was another large fire last night in the Mount Lofty Ranges. The weather was too cloudy hist night for viewing the eclipse favourably. There were sales of -wheat to-day al 5a.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIAN MURDERS ON THE UPPER MISSOURI. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

INDIAN MURDERS ON THE UPPER MISSOURI. The Sioux City (Iowa) Times, of September 15, hae the following: It is our unpleasant duty toagain recount the sickening details of another Indian foray upon white meu on the Upper Slissouri, near Fort fiuford, as related to us by an eye-wituesB and a partial patici pant. It is the usual custom for Indian traders to give the heads of the different tribes a feast each year.' On the occasion to which we refer Mr. Larpenter, whose trading-post is at Fort Uuford, had given a. feaet to a large number of Indians. After their repast they went to the officers' quarters at Fort Buford. and amused the latter with a war-dance. Of course, everyone in and about the fort was present to witness this novel and amusing performance, little. dreaming that while they were standing as spectators to witness the war dance of a lot of quaBi-peaccalile savages, their friends, only one aud a half nulcs from the fort, were being murdered. It aupeara that four wood chopper...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAFTON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

GRAF.T0N. ?--.. .. ..- Monday. The hiisannah Cuthbeit arrived on baturdnr night, and sails for Sydney on Tuesday morning. — Empirr.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE DETAILS SIXTEEN SAID TO BE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

[?] sexte are assembled at &ej^Bol^jtwflte,jugl. j the roads lftflrfiflp^tbteretp^ are 'filled inia vehicles conveying peopW^^lBpotr''At leant 5000 men find women i:Bid iibw ^t^ ^&e^ ^pdtl *?'? A^s ?1}i5d is &o first railroad accident in -California — and attended asit is with such terrible carnage — tiw excitement ie at feverpiteh. ? ?;-' ? -* ?-?-??? \^{ ?i-tv;! ? There isnodoubt that the engineor of the Alameda twin whistled ' down break,' but the signal was almost instantly followed by the crash. A farmor who was standing at his barn-door, at a distance of a quarter of a mile, distinctly heard the -ft-histle, and immediately afterward the sound of iho dreadful incident. ? ; ??? ??:? ?? Tho fog -was sn dense that Hie farmer xvas unable at the distance at which he was, to perceive the trains with any distinctness. Ho only saw through tfae shroud of mist, as it wore, -two spectral images. . The' aspect of the wreck beggars all powers of description. - You se...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL.—January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

SHIPWNO. ^i ABHTVAL.— January 11. Liisie and Kosa, barque, 490 tons, Hagen, from Sin Frsnoisoo 19th Noveuiel-er. Passengers— Mr. and Hre. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Kowan. John Fraser, and Co., agents. CLEARANCES.— January 17. ' , Lima, steamer, 196 tonB, Marshall, for Auckland., Passengers— 5 in the steerage. James Faterson, steamer, 291 tons, Durrell, for Bockh&upton. Passengers — Mrs. Blackburn, and 3 in tide steerage. IMPORTS.— January 18. lassie and Koza, from San.Fraucisco : 20,000quarter sacks flour, 20 barrels 20 half-baiTels salmon, John Frazeraud Co. Tha oli»i-er baraue Lizzie and Roza arrived to-day, from San Francisco, after a passage of fifty -nine days. The vessel sailed on the 19th Noveuibei, and had -fine K.E. winds to Palmerstou Island which was mode in twenty-two days, off the Island encountered a severe hurricane, and afterwards had calms and light winds up to the coast. She brings English news of twelve days in srivsuce of the last overland mail, [By Electuic Tk...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

P ABB A MATT A AND RIVE: STEAMERS, At about Half the Railway Bates. Sktmpng-ttreetr-1, 8, 11, 1, 8, 6.1 fta«i)P»nmmkUa-«.6O, 7.S», 9, U, 1. S, 6. ' . . _. OalllBg at Hunter's wnji Gladesvllle, Nee Point, Byd STcwbinon. ISrmington, Subfaco. Children— Saloon return, M only. SSJIIElsfcC* Sydney to the Hunter, TOMORROW (Wednesday) NIGHT, at U, the MORPBTI '' '' Newcastle to Sydney, the MOEPBTH, THIS TUESDAY MORNING, at 10. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices Foot ol Market-street. ?«« '%JL T1 H E AUSTRALASIA! BESSF*^ -I- STEAM NAVIGATION 00) JWavJ^S^-. PANTS STEAMSHIPS— gf/'i hi* T II To Hunter River, COONANBARA, To-Night, Tuesday, at 11. To Melbourne. VTOVGA WONGA, To-morrow Afternoon, at 4.30. Foes : Saloon, IS ; return, JC8 5s ; Cabin, £3 ; return, £5 10- Steerage, £1 log. To Auckland, CITY OF MELBOURNE, on or about Thursday, 27i instant. To Brisbane, C1TY OF BEIEBANE, This Afternoon, Tuesday, at 6. To Maryborough, HAVH.AH, Tomorrow Afternoon,' Wednesday, at S. To Rockhampton, EGMONT, Thu...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

The object of the deputation that waited upon tlie Pustmaster General yesterday was, no doubt, u commendable one. The cheapening of all tlie necessities of life — and electric com munication is now in such common use as to have beccme one of them — is the wise policy of the age, and when carried out with a due regard to the cost of production, and to other \ cotisiderations, has been almost invariably ! fouud successful in increasing the consumption. ! The deputation wished for the establishment ! of a uniform rate for telegraphic messages, and - quoted tlie example of South Australia, where a * uniform rate of a shilling hud been fixed, j Mr. Cracknell remarked that the statistics of I the colony named showed not only a reduction I of revenue derivable from the telegraph de- 1 paitmeut, but actually a reduction in the number of messages since the price was re duced. It seems a most unreasonable couclu- i sion, and tends to confirm the saying that by .' statistics you can prove anyt...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

Tek Eclipse. -The eclipse of the moon, predicted in accordance vitli the calculations of astronomers, was vi-ible in Sydney thronghout the whole of the time specified, from 11 p.m. to about half-jir.bt 1 a.m. The sky being remarkably clear, every phase of this interesting phenomenon was observable. The moon, when completely enveloped in the shadow of the earth, had the appearance of a metallic ball partially heated — a reddish hue pervading it. The gradual disappear ance of tlie light «h the western limb, ami the re appearance of light on the other side were peculiarly beautiful. DEJOTATIOK TO THE POSTM'ASTEn-GEKERAL.— RE DUCTION OK l ^LEGRAPHIC CHABGES.— A deputation comprising I-k -rs. .T. L. Montcfiore (chairman). Mr. J. S, Willis (dep ivy chairman), IMr. B. Molincaux, and Mr. E. Chapman, members of tlic couunittee of the Chamber of Comine-™, had an interview with the Hon. the Postinaster-Geueral, this forenoon, on the subject of the reduction of the telegraph mtes, and the insti...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from California. FRIGHTFUL RAILROAD ACCIDENT. TWELVE PERSONS KILLED AND TWENTY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

Later from California. JUilGHTFUL RAILROAD ACCIDENT. TWELVE PERSONS KILLED AND TWENTY WOUNDED. (FroiA Hie Alia CnVjiriun, Jforember H.y About !) o'clock this morning', the regular pas sengur train of Iho Western Pacific Railroad, buund I'Jaat, cainc in cullision with the train from Hay ward's, nrtir Damon tftntion, about four miles from Alnmeda. The locomotive? of both trains wore totally de stroyed, as wore four tare of the Western Pacific Kaihoad, and several of the Havwurd train. The f-iLI particulars of the accident are not yet known, but, n is said, both trains were behind' time, aud running beyond their usual speed. The train bound east consisted of eight cars, which were not, how ever, fully occupied. No list has been received up to the time of writing, and a full account cannot be had until later in the day. So far as is known the engineers and firemen on both trains were killed. Judge Baldwin, of Nevada, was iusianlly killed. Judge Will Camp bell, of Nevada, had one leg bro...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From the New Dominion REBELLION IN THE RED RIVER, COUNTRY —THE FIRST STEP TOWARD ANNEXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

From the New Dominion REBELLION IN THE EED 1UVER COUNTHY —THE FIRST STEP TOWARD ANNEXA TION. New York, November 1C. — Letters from reliable parties report a formidable rebellion in tho lted llivur country against the Canadian Confederation. The French population will not allow Governor M'Dougall, lntely sent from Canada, to enter the settlement. His party advanced two jnilou beyond the frontier at l'eniuina, when insurgents, live hundred strong, mounted and armed. They escorted tho Governor's party peremptorily over the line. The Governor is now encamped in D.uotah Territory, waiting events. Meantime, the insurgents have organised a provisional Government, and demand a Territorial Government after the American fashion, with a Legislature chuson by the people, Homestead Act, &c. It is said Governor M'lJougall will apply to the Canadian Government lor troops, and to Washington for authority to pass them tlirough the North-western States.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before captain Scott, P.., and Messrs. Evans and Raphael.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

[?] I ??' J GKiraEAliJPOLIOEiOPJJBI. ?RjareGaStunSoott, P.M. ; and Messrs. Evans and. ?T ^7;:,-.i ifBaphaeL) - -H* '- ?ErfWwioi 25s., taVpropertrflf Afeed ^RsSaDi wasordirea-topaytiiBamoantiof damage or H'nanul £to&W. diarged »* asBanlting one John ^?^w was remanded uncu hi-ihoituw. ?Sks Gardnor, alias Moran, alias ?' Tommy the Hut '' diarged wifli stealing a mirror and five piotiiresi ? tte wlS^Bt 30B.V ti-e properly ot Patrick MvdMy, ?JTremandedforaweek. . ? ? _ . sHni^urd Van Heythenpen was charged with obtain ^fdiiond ruby rinV and £5 fix»m T. T. Jones, W,,w of' Georee-etreet, by means of a valueless Kour TimoSry?. Jones stated that when he laid ^Erirtfannation ho was under the impression that this ?wAri; -*«* »™ he beliived that the de K^nnt had no such intention. The defendant, for Horn Mr. Xeary appeared, was aieretore oiscnargea. BrZes Ardson was brought before the Court, charged Whtmrglariously breaking and entering the a»relling ?,» of Villiam large, and stealing t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

EDINBURGH AUCTION ROOMS, 208 Pitt-street, opposite Victoria Theatre, next to Hol lands Dining llooms. THOMAS and GKISDALE Auctioneers and Agents, at the above address, are prepared to make liberal cash advances on all kinds of Mereliaiidise for Saalc by auction. The highest prices give for Furniture, Boots and bhoes, and soft goods. Pawnbrokers' sales conducted as tutuerto. ST A R R - B OWKE T T BUILDING m^ SOCIETY, No 2.--Sii]e of the right to a snm of £300, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 9 o'clock. By order of the Board. T. MILLER, Secretary. SYDMKY SECULAR SOCLKTT.— A * MEETING every WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 8 p.m, at 392, Elizabeth-street, comer of Campbell-street, Hayniarket. Subject for discussion To-morrow Evening— ' Is man a free will agent ?' flT. MARY'S CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE ^CONFRATEENITY.-Grand PICNIC EXCURSION to EIKKENHEAD, ANNIVERSARY DAY, 20th instant Large steamer leaves WonUooniooloo Bay at 2, lialf-nast 10 l^and 2, calling at Circular Quay at a quartcTto li'. Swings, Cnckct...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from Europe. TRIPARTITE ALLIANCE—THE ESPIONAGE SYSTEM IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

[?] TBtfPABTrrE A1JDIANCE— THE ESPIONAGE! ?????? SYSTEM DfFEANOE;; . ,; : - Kew Toii, Jfovraibea' 16.— A ISTew York ^Rma Bpecial from. St. Petersborgh Bays tiie project for a treaty of allianco, offensive and dtifenBivB, between' France, Auatrii^ and Enssia, has 'been BubmiHod by Prince Oortechakoff tO'Hiim-y,lim French Minister, and sent by the latter to Napoloom 33ie duration of the -alliance' is to be three years ; , to be renewable upon six months' notice. Each party is to keep a certain standing army. ' Paris, November 15. — The Emperor reviewed the troops encamped at 'Gompeigne yesterday. He was ^re^ted wHh enthusiaBm by the troops and the' people. ' ' '' Madrid, Kbrcmber 15. — Senor Rivero, President of the Constitutional 'Cortes, entertained General . Sickles, the American Minister, at a banquet last .ni^ht. The Cabinet, Deputies of the- Cortes, arid other distinguished ? gueste Vere torosent.' Coniplimontary toasts were exchanged and the best feelings were manifested for th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. P.L. Cloete, W.P.M. and Messrs. Renwick and Manning.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

mm WATER POLICE COURT. fiBre Mr. 1-. L. Cloete, AV.P.M. and Messrs. Ken wick. SB and Mauiung.) SJ^- or three drunkards were punished. ?Hob Henry Kolton was charged with wife desertion. BBSs ordered to pay £1 5s weekly towards tlie main IBftc of Mrs- Bolton. HBlidLAKY.-AVilliam Cook, 22, Ann Cook, 2.5, B^Bc SlcMahon, 19, and Thomas Chapman, 21, were ^^K-1 withhavinff bui-ghiriously entered the .Salisbury ?BE South Head Road, Paildiugton, n''l stolen ?BHroiu a quantity of cigars, some l.iS-ols, and BBM'1*1'^! Uie property of the landlord M'illiam BBVau. Constable Kmertoii stated that bctwen 5 flBE'clock this morning he went to a house in John- . H^BjHa.viuarket, wliich is occupied by the prisoners BBf Witness knocked, and William Cook opened ^BEloor. He entered, and found piisoner BBfou h'^S down with his clothes on. Cook BB|ouly his trousers on when he opened ?Hfoor' His wife was up stairs. M'JIahon ^BB^had been on the spree and did not know what ?BBe had come in. Cook said that neit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPE OTWAY. Monday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

CAPE OTWAY. lluniLi}-, 11 a.m. The ship George Kendall, from London, was sighted yesterday, and has passed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Monday, 7.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

MELBOURNE. Jloudav, 7.J0 p.m. The Citj of Melbourne, steamer, hum Sydney, was off Caj'3 Sehanck at C p.m. Trade sal s of flour have boon made at £12 10s. 8 p.m. Father 1' irrv and thc-Uuv. Charles Clarke have beun electc i menibere of the Melbourne Cricket Club. 9 p.m. ? One Charles James Davis was arrested on board the Yorkshire, from London, charged with extensive forg-ei-ies in England, nnd has been remanded for a week. Warrant is expected by coming mail. Weather fine, but hot. — Empire. Monday. Cuptain Banco, of ihe postal and telegraphic service has obtained twelve months' leavo of absence Mr. James, manager of telegraphs, filla hiupost while ho is a way. The Colonial Sugar Company exhibited some fine samples fl-om the JBollingci- liiver. There was a fire at Carlton lliis morning, three wooden buildings being burned ; one insured in the National for £500, the others trifling, The liev. Cliarlos Clark ana the Kov. father Jiarry have been elected members of the Melbourne Cricket ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHOPS —STOCK MOVEMENTS—PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

CHOPS —STOCK MOVEMENTS — PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL PUOSPECTS. Favourable reports from the various parts of the colony are very little varied, cither respecting the state of feed or the crops, most of which are now fairly hus banded. In oue or two localities a succession of hot winds has commenced to scorch up the gra? » ; but even should the next mouth or two prove unusually dry, and our auttumi rains lie somewhat deferred, no *erious results are anticipated. 13verywhere stock and sheep aw ; in spienaiu couutciqu, :um wmieruuivs :t;ni u«iu- ; moderately supplied. From Dubbo reports aro specially j favourable, and plenty of fat sheep are ai route for the , Sydney market The weather 1ms been moderate, but a few light [ showers would be verv welcome. A private letter from , Culgoa, dated 31st December, states that the intense , heat was burning up the feel, but thut n few thunder j showers linil fnlli-n. aud besides somewhat- refreshing ' the giuss had partly refilled waicrholes. j Abo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REV. DR. LANG'S POLITICAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

St3Ev. db. iA^ys%(ftrjjgAL pnrarajji li^st evening the Bev. Dr. tai^ive a isctureil^aie Masonic M onT|iis owngSajnerpry hittory airing the but thlrW'rears, $-%. laife) and h*ry -attentive audience. : The chairwai-takeniy thetten. John Sutherland, AQniiter for Works. On the platform j^JaW^Step^^JLe^W. Eritehard, Dr. Brooks, MLP.Vb. JSmes, tec ^Mr.-Eoberteon after rwards came in. /The Chaieman introdocsd the lecturer as one of the ablest and most independent men that had appeared on the surface of society within the last fifty years. - Dr. Lang, who wa» heartily cheered, then came for ward and said he would give a brief sketch of his Par limentary life. He' wts elected one of the six members for Fort Phillip in the Legislative Council of this colony in 184& - Theie was then onlv a single House, containing thirty-six igembers, of whom twelve were Government official!! ajjjd nominees of the Crown, the remaining twenty-four being. elective members, one fourth ef whom were for Por...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXOTIC TREES AND PLANTS SUITABLE FOR AUSTRALIA. No. II.—THE OLIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

.EXOTIC TREES AND PLANTS SUITABLE FOE AUSTRALIA. No. EL— The Olive. The olive is indigenous to Asia, and perhaps to the South of Europe, though some say that it is only naturalised in the latter, having been introduced (here at a very early period from Syria. In appearance . it somewhat resembles the English willow, and under careful cultivation reaches a height of from -forty to fifty feet. When neglected or allowed to run wilo, use many omer vaiuamo trees it degenerates into a small thorn}- shrub. Even in its wild state it bears abundantly a nutri tious food, much used by the poor of Asia Minor and by the inhabitants of Turkish Asia generally. It has been cultivated extensively in Syria, and par ticularly in the Holy Land, from the earliest times, and has constituted an important article of commerce between several Asiatic, African, and European States from the remotest historical periods. An olive branch was the symbol of peace amongst the ancients; uud when emissaries were sent ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Monday, 7.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Monday, 7.40 p.m. Breadstufls arc advancing. Large parcels of wheat would fetch 5.s per bueiipl. — Em pin: Monday. The troops stationed bore will leave in a fortnight or three weeks' time. The South Australian Gas Company Have oflered to light tho city at £0 10s per lamp ; the Council is to consider tho ofier on Monday. Two cases are reported of swHgsmen dying in the hush front (he lata extreme heat. The corn market is vprv firm. Wheat in parcel, 4s fld ; flour. £11 10s to £13.— Herald. The Exhibition Boildinc— The City Council has invited tenders for the construction of the Exhibition Building in Alfred Park. The plans and specifications may be seen at tho office of the City Engineer. The tenders are receivable up to the 7th proximo. Burglahy at THE Railwat Hotel.— This uioruiug, about 5 o'clock, Mr. Large, of the liailway Hotel, George-street South, was awoke by hearing some person in his bedroom. He found a. man taking his watch and chain from the head of his bed. Mr. L...

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