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MAURITIUS. November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

MAURITIUS. 1 November 19. Apprehensions have been caused respecting tho next crop by drought ; but the late rains removed all fear. The quantity of this ycat'6 sugar shipped amounts to 45,000 tons ; 16,000 tons of it have gone to tho Australian colonies. ? Prices somewhat lower. Freights to Australian ports from £2 2s Cd to £2 5s.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

CHINA. ?- In the new treaty a clause is inserted empowering the Chinese to appoint Consuls in British territory. The loss is reported of the ship Inarime, from Foochow, with nearly one million pounds of tea. The French Minister is about to proceed with a small naval force to Nanking and Yu Yang, to in vestigate the outrages recently committed on mis sionaries. Sir Rutherford Alcock was treated offensively at Nanking by the Viceroy, and apologies were since tendered, which the Minister declines to accept. The marriage of die Emperor is deferred until the coming autumn; probably he will then begin his actual reign. ' , General Tom Thumb Is starring in China* . - . . . Hongkong, December 13th. American agencies for Chinese emigration to the United States are established, and working well. It appeais the movement is free from abuses, and the toxins liberal. ? ' . i - ' A project is started to send a delegation from the Chamber of Commerce to suggest Hie exploration of Western China. ? '...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

JAPAN. Yokohama, November 29. — The Empress of Japan, aged sixteen, has proceeded to join the ll&ado at Yeddo. His position i6 now regarded as thoroughly established. Import market dull. Exchange, London, at four monthe, 45Jd.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

INDIA AND THE EAST. At Galle telegraphic communication with Europe is almost suspended ; in many cases telegrams have taken twenty-five or twenty-six days in transmission ; some have been anticipated by the mail bringing later news ; all look eagerly for the completion of the new sea lines for restoring wire intercourse with iinglana. The French steamers arrived hero through the Suez canal. They had to be much lightened, and still both grounded during the passage. Much more labour and capital will have to bo expended before the vessels of tlie great mail companies can regularly adopt the Canal route. At present it only allows 16 feet draught of water. CALCUTTA. The Galatea arrived hero on December 22. The Duke of Edinburgh immediately landed, and was received by the Governor-General, the Governors of Madras, Bombay, and other high officials. A great procession was formed, and his recaption was mag nificent. Immense crowds of natives thronged the citv to see the fu^t Prince of the Ro...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATER NEWS VIA BRINDISI. December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

LATER NEWS VIA BRINDISI. December 4. The disturbances m the Red Rivor, Canada, are subsiding, and steps arc being taken towards con ciliation. It is announced at Washington that a postal con vention with great Britain is concluded. Single letter postage is reduced to six cents. In the Paris Legislative Body, M. Roehcfort de mands a change in guarding the Legislative Assembly, which ho proposes to bo entrusted to the National Guard. The proposition was treated with ridicule. A Protection agitation ? is spreading in France, and a large meeting at Rouen passed a resolution that the Government working of commercial treaties lately opened should be exchanged for a Parlia mentary commissiou. The Cortes passed a resolution for an inquiry rela tive to the disposal of tho Crown jewels. The Ministerial crisis continues in Italy. Sir Samuel Baker, Lady Baker, and party, left Cairo for Suez on December 2 ; the expedition will cross the Desert to IChartoum, where arrangements are made for the tr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

jgi tTNBE-AL.fi/ FUNBBALS. Mesoi J.a»aG. SHYING, of No. 718, CEOEG&StBEET SOUTH, opposite Christ Chinch; 120 South Head Bond, ixsx PUsoer-sbset ; and Abexcrombts-stieeL opposite St. Benedict's C&Breh, beg respectfully to return tbanks to their friends and the prililkfn general, for the Upd support tint they have received since their commencement in the EUBI NESSof DNDEETAKBE8, and hope, by strict jatentlcm and : civility, combined with moderate chiuges, to continue the kind support of (heir friends and the public in general. N. a —Please note the aOOress— Ko. 710, George-stroet South, opposite Christ Church ; 120, South Head Eoad, near Palmer-street ; and Abercrombie-street, opposite St Benedict's Church.. BUGGIES. FOE SALE or HIRE— the cheapest and best variety in Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite School ot ArtB,2S2. Pitt-street - ' '? . ' S~\ DOUGLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt-street Vl^» near Park -street. Buggies ana Spring CartBalway on hand ; repairing and painting done at...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

Sggm OniStTAlaasaSijirtemStoaftrs. John Brooshton ot » Ob Ma litfe inami. «tJWrjnttot«, KwMbwt, Darling Oa tiu l^usMBSJgjjIlg&me, Sfcq&en-stnett B*l ''Oaih/tiik imSant, st Ka 1 Gfclie HeisH tte wile of G-cj5e R IMSs, ot a son. Oa sit l«& issUst as Sfoooto £o4sa- Norwood, Mrs. T. S. BresciaA ot * son. 02 M^oiv. itu- instuiUM ber readencc Burrt-plsce, Rn:»C- Sol Mrs. J«aws \V«lkr. ol a d*oghl«. t-; the iaih instaal. ot her reddened Cocfcitoa Isknd, the Ttiie cf Mr- IIbiSi Jems, engineer, at m eon. tteUwlSUi insiiat, »t Eucihurst, the wife of John B. Wsss, of a drro^hter. MAKEIAGES. Ob Ok Snl imsunt. by special lksnse, «t St Mathews' G C, Wiaifesr, bv lie Rev l-e»n HiUiain, DJ-., Edwin, second eH«» EoocfMr. Totrick CMbery, Eastern Creek, to Miss Msry Ann. second eldest daughter or Mr. John Dunn, At the Scots amrch. ca the ISth instant, bv the Eev. Dr. T.»n-~ Mr. William George Wheeler, qnanynuui, horth Shore, a native of the colony, to Isabella, eldest daughter ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

OBITUARY. Justice Rayes, Mr. Barclay the brewer, Viscount Canterbury (leaving a peerage to Sir John Manners Button), Madame Grisi, Lord Foley, Admiral Deacon, Heai-Adniiral Warden, Eugene Fouioade, French journalist ; Grace Darling's brother, Mr. Burcham, -Sir S. C. Dacres, Amos Kendal, Paul Spoflbrd, and Robert J. Walker, Americans ; General Dulce, of Spain ; Admiral Gordon.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

Treatment of Wauts.— We have condensed the fol lowing statement respecting warts and their treatment from tiie la--te.litioa of Mr. Erasmus 'Wilson's invaluable treatise on 'Healthy Skin.' Tlie common situation of warts is the hand ; sometimes they are produced on the f ice, aud less froqueutly on other parts of tbe body. The.r cause is unknown ; but from their frequent orcunencv in M.'hoolboys. dirt mav lie suimosed to have s -me snare iu occasioning them. The treatment of warts is to pare the hard and dry skin, from their toj-s, and then touch them with the smallest drop of stron? acetic acid, taking care that the acid does not run off thewatt upon the neighbouring skin, for if it dp. it will occasion inflammation and much pain. If this practice- be continued once or twice dailv. iri/A re gvhinlii, paring the surface of the wart occasionally, when it gets hard and dry, it may be soon effectually cured. Compote ok RhubaBb.— Take raid cut a pound of the stalks, after they are pared,...

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(From the Herald's Telegram.) London, December 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

irimn tht-HiTartPi 2Wi»ntm.i ?? . ' ; ; ? -' ' ' ' London, December 3rd, ? Tie; Australian Octouer mails were delivered a day late. The Queen leaves Windsor for Ostorne on the 16(31 December. ?'? ? IPrince Leopold is again seriously indisposed. A great colonial question has been revived by an able letter in the Times, by Mr. Edward Wilson, by IfcfitniQ bearings of Earl Granville's treatment of XVUW f i^ -j Hill11! UilU. HUaU U\fti um.v*u au v»j.v^u.»-j uuu forcibly placed before Uie public. Tho Times com mented on it in two leading articles ; the first was temperate and respectful, bnt the second was hector ing and abusive. Mr. Wilson contends that a change in policy bo momentous and far-rettcbing must be submitted to the decision of tho British Parliament and people, and contends that the colonists are entitled to a potential voice in settling U1CU lULIUU bUtiUC. Last Wednesday week tho first of a scries of weekly conferences of colonial representatives was inaugu rated at Cannon-s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN MALLEBALE CASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

GERMAN MALLEBALE CASTINGS. Full the production of this material, says ' Van Nos traud's Magazine,' most of the German founders use first fusion pig free from sulphur and phosphorus, or Scotch pig. fttyria. also furnished a suitable iron, which can only be used in the north of Germany, however, on account of the expense of transportation aiidhiglt duties. On account of tho competition of wrought iron, great cheapness is very essential to its sale The makers keep secret the brand or grade of iron which they employ, but it is well understood that the brands are not the same in different establishments. The iron is melted in plumbago crucibles, holding about 30 kilogrames. They nit covered with porcelain lids to keep out impurities and cinders, which reduce the high heat requisite for the process. The fire in which the crucibles are placed is from -030 m. to !*40 m. square, and is surrounded with bricks of poroeliau earth. The use of the blast is not advantageous, since the economy of t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

We gire in this issue as much of the news by the English mail as has yet come to hand. There is nothing very startling in it, and we have no need to repine at that, for the absence of ' sensational ' matter bodes well for the r resent peace of the world. France is more tranquil than sue bad been tor some time, and although there is still much risk of a straggle between Monarchists and Republicans in Spain, which might light the torch of discord elsewhere also, the peace has been preserved as yet. Prussia declines to consent to a general disarmament at present, and indeed could hardly be expected to do so, as the Government at Berlin has very extensive projects, not only with regard to the consolidation of the army, but even for the establishment of a naval force in the Indian Ocean. At home, so far as Great Britain is c nccrncd, affairs were quiet and prosperous enough. Tho Queen had been warmly welcomed in the city, an I was to leave Wi'ndcrtr fn,- il-n Telo nf VVJfrlir nn rrin Inr...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. Money was plentiful, and the bank rate unchanged. Colonial securities were in demand. The following are quotations : — 'V ictocian sixes, January- July, 114 ; half ditto, . April-October, 111^ ; Ne.v South Wales fives, 1871-73, January-July, 102; ditto fives, 1888-95, January-July, 102 ; New Zealand fivfis, 1891, 92£; ditto sixes, 1891, March-Se a - ; ? 105 ; Queensland sixes, January-July, 112 ; ditto, 1891, HOf; South Australian hves, 18y3-iyus, 112 ; Hobson' Bay Railway, 58. Consols were quoted at 92^. Numerous failures had occurred in the mercantile world. WOOL. The wool sales commenced at a good ad vance, which was not maintained, but the low priced Sydney fleeces were still dearer than in September. Finally the sales closed firmly on the lOtli December. The quantity cata logued to Deeember 2 was 108,789, amongst which are the following: — Sydney, 26,261 bales; Victoria, 23,249 bales ; Sew Zealand, 11,850 bales; Adelaide, 3223 bales; Cape of Good Hope, ...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. EDEN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

TELEOBAPBIG MESSAGES. '* EDEN. j :- : ? Wednesday. A man, named Bedshsnr, chopped off all the toes of his tight foot while cutting wood on Monday. Dr. Shielfi, M Begs, has operated upon him. Ho is pro gressing fiiTOurably.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

AMERICA. President Grant's message to Congress is considered satisfactory. It commends a graduaj return to specie payments, a reduction of taxa tion, approves of the policy of the present Financial Secretary ; 6tates that bonds as they fall due can be replaced by other bonds, at not mnri- tlicm dl. rrnv writ ? pTnrpscpR Kvmnathv with the Cuban insurrectionists, but declares they are not yet entitled to recognition . hopes for an early and satisfactory settlement of the Alabama claims, and conside the foreign relations of the United States generally atisfactory. A steamer, carrying an iufautry regiment and heavy ordnance, left New York for San Domingo, to take possession of Samnna Bay. Spanish gunboats constructing at New York were seized by the United States authorities. The Courts were appealed to for their release A Cuban plot to burn them has been dis covered. \ The Supreme Court suspended eight of the Erie railroad directors for alleged malprac tices. There is a serious schism a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

; BATHUBST. : Wednesday. The following horses are nominated for the Bathurst Cup :— Town's Carnation, Jeffrey's Advo cate, E. Lee's Phoebe and Snrbiton, Ivory's Barney andXIarske, Tait's Travcrton, Bad's Micky Free, Doctor's The Moor and Pasha, Tindalo'e SuVengain, Ford's Joe Miller und Medea, F. Hunter's Tan fruard.

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CONTINENTAL AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

[CONTINENTAL AND I FOBEIGN. B It is believed that the Czar of Russi feis ^xrot to resign the Imperial crown infav©ir B-f his son, on account of ill health| H The French Chambers had been opened ?*'& a speech from the Emperor. He was BF^eived with enthusiasm, but his sneech cave ?P0 Ktisfkction, as it did not give promise of ?special reforms. The Ministry have again ?t^ied. 'Pans, however, was quieter, and] B^Rochefort. the editor of La Lanlerne, had fceen permitted to return, and become a can didate for lie Corps Legislatif. .-,./'? The Empress Eugenie had returned to Paris rom wiinessing the opening of the Siieij Canal, where great festivities had celebrated the event. The canal was now in fulL use—; 6hips and steamers passing through it re gularly. A French contractor, fil. JjavaUe, had offered to keep the canal constantly clear for £40,000 a year, and to make it twice t present width for two millions and a half sterling. The dispute which had arisen between the Sultan and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS ? JiE^UT IS. Xvss*: larvae. 8*- *-*«? froai Ssts Frswisso 7th No*4sit-ei. E*itoerS3J-V..v«e«it*. X*^Tt/w£ct,^NarS^,Cv«AecH«siSatiB5ka3t. tUner Terse. Mr. xsi Mr*. SUils. Sir. DnasdHW. *a& 10 ii ifce sw«*$*- Lsiiley. hx&si. *ad On. ageitts. * 15£i»oe:5. stesraKf, Si*? tee*. 'Wali, fre^si KeeHaEiptea 1?& Jsssies. IVsst &fws« — Htss^s. «*- AsdeKon. XL Kir*»3_s55iWjatisi:ee?iS£. A.S.X. Co., cseats. IWsse Irrisg, swajaer,. S4S StKis. Fits&asacs. fewa BdsSux 17»b Jasact. Ifcsseajers— Mrs. Kvosr, ftBss M.istKj. Jlrs. IVcglis. Siis- KsbWii. Messrs. -Ssr«. Ru.Sf.3ni. .Slaws. Os*=. Hokse*. Lavsoa. Psrr. &!;?:«. Kssfc Stewt. Hsfc. Dragta, &si il i» the ifes^s^ A&S. CV. agstis. BHPAKTCRIS.- Jiacs-T l'X Woes* Wesa*. steiajsr. fcr MeiSsssrae. H-r.\, rfeaser. f«r Acwvassie. ClEAE-CTCEi - J^t.=st 19. V«» Veqn. Hainsr. w2 iwa. Brows. i-s Mel Kierse. PassEs^srs :-U.K Kattr. Miss J. LLioru Kra. Hcskt, Mrs. J*=ses. Mis. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

PAEBA MATT A AND RIVER STEAMERS, I At about Half the Railway Bates. From King-street— 7, 9, 11, 1, S, 5.' FroinPanam»ttarH6.60, J.38, fl, U, 1, 3, «._ CaWnzat Hunter's Hill, Gtedesville, Nee Point Eyde, Ncwicton, £nnin£ton, Subicco. ° Children — Salonn return, Od only. '' «b3k IT R- N. S. N. CO. ®|||||g|j Sydney to the Hunter, THIS THURSDAY NIGHT, at II, the CITY OF NEW CASTLE. Newcastle to Sydney, TLe MOHPETH, TO-MOBKCAV (Friday) MORNING, at 10, F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices-Foot of Market-street. _aa rPHE AUSTRALASIAN EES2&i^ A STEAM NAVIGATION COM 52£g![b,2S-- PANT'S BTEAJISHirS gg^sSSsl To Hunter River, COOIf ANGARA, To-morrow Nisht, Friday, at 11. To Melbourne. ALEXANDRA, Tuesday Afternoon, at 4.E0. Fares: Saloon, £5; return, £8 5s: Steerage, £1 10s. j To Auckland, I rrir OF MELBOURNE, en or about Friday, 23th I instant. E To Brisbane, I'LOEENCE IKYING, Saturday Afternoon, at 2.30. I To Maryborough, ?JHAVILIH, This Afternoon, Thursday, at 5. | To Riockhampton, KGMOKT, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 January 1870

Sudden Death.— A Mr. George Quinlan died sud denly yesterday, at his residence, Garden-street. Waterloo. Deceeasd has been giving way lately to habits of intoxication. An inquest will be held in* the course of the afternoon. ioLN'D DROWNED.— A respectable looking woman, whose name has not been ascertained, was this mora ing found drowned in Dulling Harbour. She was floating near Pynnont Bridge when fii-st discovered and the body was removed to the Circular Quav dead house. An innuest will be held. ' ' Pent.u. Islasd.— Steps ore being takeu, says the Melbourne Aiyus, by the Government to bring to an issue the dispute which has existed for some twelve years past between the Governments of Victoria and New South Wales respecting the title of either colony to certain islands in the Murray— notably Pcntal Island. Much of the question rests on the point whether that island is separated from Victoria by the main waters or only an onsbrauch of the Murray ;' but it is certain that it has bee...

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