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

/^.LEBE AGENCY.— Mr. COLLIS, of JOUllNAJU and is authorised to receive Subscribers' names ana Advertisements for cither of the ABOVE JOURNALS. rpOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL G. HILL, 08 South Head Hoad, is prepared to deliver the above Journal to any part of Surry Hills or Woollooniooloo at Cd. per copy, or 0s. 6d. per quarter. *-**J\J)\J\J\J Colonial Timber in every variety known to this market, wrought and nnwronclit 1200 casks K. B. and S. Portland Cement ; Plaster Paris 70 tons Galvanised Iron, plain and corrugated Galvanised Eaves, Gutter, Down Pipes, &c. all sites Sheet Lead, cat to order. Sheet Zinc, liartlicnware Drain pipes, all dlzss. Doors, Sashes, Arehilraves, SWrtincs and every description of JOINERY in stock, or made to order at the shortest notice. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.' BEAUMONT and WALLER, opposite Railway Gate Botany Rood, City. ' BOROUGH OF WATERLOO.— The Court for Revising the Municipal List will be held oa THURSDAY, 27th January, 1870, atS o'clock p.m. JAME...

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

DIARY.—January 20.   Sun Rises. h.m. ?.10 ; Sun Sets. h.m. 7.12 ; Moon's Age.—18.1 a.m. High Water.—Even. h.m. 10.11 ; Morn. h.m. 10.32 JANUARY.—Last Quarter.—24th. 8h. 27.7 p.m.     The Evening News. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1870.

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 — 21 January 1870

[?] his AbSnajTOiiijj, rsHixs, ? axd escapes. 'Wafa^iir, r^on'tkuawiut'-wnat it will be betterto die this way, than by the liwds of them fellows, yonder. As forme, I think-so. Besides there may bo a chance. 1 wonerd'd what-.fii'e .darned gaol birds think of tlio matter tlnyiiselyes*'' There was no means of judging what the mutineers thought of the matter ; for beyond the howling of the wind, and the mierv surec of the seas, nothing was audible. Even Mark and the American had to raise their voices to a shout, to enable them to hear each other. While they were talking, the other occupants of tlie cabin, guided by Mark's lamp, stumbled and crawled to his cabin. There they stood, the men pale but resolute, the women, now as brave aud calm. The Yankee, as he looked upon these last, brushed his hand across his eyes. 'Wall,' he muttered, ' Td give the rest o' my days willingly enough, to get these poor critters clar o' this difficulty. God help us all' As though this hist thought by instin...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

f\ U I) A N It K Y A N.— Mr. JAMES W K! VSKI \ l»« Ijct. oppoinUd AliENTfor tte TOW aud anr.vi ilV .)(.?!/ liNAL from llus date, and is tnrtboiual to no.'iit- i:!l iiicaf. » Mirt ^ulfccribcrs uaiue& UrtckrVMi. It..- ___ MONKY LENT to any amount oni Watches, riatc Javrelerv, 'Fnrnltare, .SewiBg' Machines, Musical Instruments, and every descriPtieB ?-* * Property, at tlie lowest rate of intrest, at L Mil MKLHOtli, j 23?, Cafilereagli- street, near Paik^trect, if.B-AU t»lait«« goods kepi in flre-i-roof ssfra. 3 SVDNKJT: Printed r.an Published by EiiirLi- Bia.se 1 190, Titt Street I

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MYSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

THE MYSTIC. DV ALFJIED TXKHVHON. Angels have talked with him, and showed liim thrones Yc knew him not : lie was not one of yo :— ¥e scorned him with an undisceming ecorn; Ye could not read the marvel in liis eye Tue still sercue abstraction ; ,'ie liath felt The vanities of after and before : Albeit, lu his spirit and hie secret heart The stern experience of converse lives The linked woes of many a fiery charge Hod purified, and chastened and made free. Always there stood before him nigut and day, Of wayward, vary-coloured circumstance, The imperishable presences serene, Colossal, without form, or sense or sound, Dim shadows but unwaning presences, Four faced to four corners of tile sky ; And yet again, tlirue shadows, fronting one One Jonrard, one respectant, three but one : And vet again, again and evermore. For the two first were not, but only seemed One shadow in lhe midst of a great light One reflex from eternity or time, One mighty countenance of perfect calm. Awful with most ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INOCULATION FOR PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. ________________ i [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

? ? INOCULATION FOE PXEUKO-PNEUMONLS. In continuing our remarks on Hie report by the chief inspector of stock, on the late inquiry on inoculation for pleuro-pneumonia in cattle, wo believe we may assume that its efficacy has established itself in the minds of a very largo majority of cattle owners. We find Owl out of 279returns made l-y owners who in oculated then- herds (and we will only now deal with fhis class of returns), 237are in favour of inoculation and only 17 against it ; the remaining 25 not having expressed an opinion. Wo are inclined to think that toe opinion of so large a majority, who have had ocular demonstration of the beneficial results of in oculation, will go far in convincing the most sceptical of its efficacy, more es])ecially when we look at the strong language in which these favour able opinions are given. They are expressed in either one or other of tho following terms : ' It ameliorates the disease,' ' was satisfactory ' 'highly satisfactory,' 'great servic...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DINNER TO MR. JOHN MORRICE, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

DINNER TO MR. JOHN MOHBICE, M.r. (from a correspondent.! lhe friends of J. Morrice, Esq., M.L.A., entertained nun at a public dinner at the School of Arts, Berrima, ou the 18th instant, commemorating his return ae a representative for the district tliree times successively and in recognition of his services in the last two ParUa ments. About sixty gentlemen sat down to paitake of ?™ IS''' iiungs proviaea uy tne mdefatgable Mr. Breen of the Commercial Hotel. Sir. J. Powell oocupiad the chair. The -usual toasts on such occasions were proposed and responded to, viz. :— ' Her Majosty the Queen,' ' the Prince of 'Wales, and all the Royal family,' 'His Excellency the Governor,' 'the Guest, Mr. Mortice,' 'the Government,' 'the Ladies ' ' the Visitors,' &o. Mr. Morrice expressed hia warm ncknowl»d»ments for the manner iu which his name had been received. He felt proud to see himself surrounded by so many sincere friends. He had always to contest the electorate, but was happy to say ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY.—JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

DIAliY.— Janoaby 2L ^~ „ High Water. ftun bun Moon,s A _^ ? KUiua. Sets. ? Ever. 1 Morn. h.m. j h-m. j iq , Eiu7~i lum. 1.11 | 7.11 1 1 -1 '? 10.52 I 11.13 January. —Last Quarter. —24th. 8h. 27.7 p.m. Ct)e evening jEe\»s, FRTDAY, JANTJART 21, 1870.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Mother and her Son Mudered for Grain. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

A Mother and her Son Mudered for Grain. (Pmm the CluirlottemUcJYa. ) Chronitle, Nor,. 6.J .. i; tic ran™ upon tins morning to chronicle one of tho most cold-Wooded and fiendish murders ever perpetrated within the limits of Albemarle countv the victims of which aro a mother and her son. We give below such particulars as we ran gather from parties from tho neighbourhood of the murder It seems that on 'Monday night Henry Salmon who lives near Stony Point, in this county, went to Herring's, his neighbour, to a com shuclrin'- and returning- very early yesterday morning, was sur prised at seeing the door of his house standing open He wont a short distance to a neighbour's, and with him ho proceeded to the' house imd there found n sight wliich would make the hair of the most hard-hearted stand on end. There in the front room lay his mother n good old lady of about sixty years, d'ead in a pool'of blood, and m the adjoining room, lying on the lied lay his only brother breathing his last. The...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

Some of the country readers of the Evening News have, we are informed, remarked the absence of the political classification which we had, up to a certain time, placed against the names of the members returned to the new Assembly. This classification was, of course, in great part conjectural, and wheu the Par liament was complete, and the time of its meetiug approached, the necessity for speculation on the subject appeared to have ceased. It may, however, be satisfactory now to make such a general statement of the pre&cnt results and probable future consequences of the elec tion as appears reasonable, without being guided or urged in any way by partiality or prejudice. /There are at present seveuty members returned, out of the seventy-two require! to complete the House — that is reckoning Mr. Cowper, whose reelection, legally and constitutionally, may be taken as accomplished, more especially as his late opponent at Liverpool Plains, Mr. Hanbey Uennett, has applied to him as ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Young Man Accidently Killed During the Nuptials of his Sister [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

A Young Man Aecidently Killed During the Nuptials of his Sister i ? fFftmtlie Chicago Times of November llilt ) ' A shocking accident occurred on last evening re uniting in Hie doath of a young man while in attend ance upon his sister's wedding. The manner and .the i occasion of the accident make it all ftemor* melancholy, as in a moment a house of joy -was turned into one of mourning. No. 35 Mohawk wiuoc, ine scene ot me sad aflair, is tho residence of a German named Schmakel. Last oveniiu? was the occasion of his daughter's wedding, and; a large number had assembled in honour of tbe eV^h. -TJle ''P^81 ceremonies wero performel and the umted guests were enjoying themselves as only Germans aro capable of doing, when they were all startled by the report of firearms from the hall leading to the front portion of tho house. An inves tigation revealed the terrible feet that a brother of he bride, a vouncr man nnmor) K.'no-ft-i'n^ e^K.^ni.^i had been accidentally shot through the heart an...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC CHARGES. NOMINATION FOR LIVERPOOL PLAINS. Tamworth, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

TELEGRAPHIC CHAKGES. The following memo, has been handed to us for publication :— 'Mr. Montefiore, one of the deputation who lately waited ui;on tho Honorable the Postmaster General, in reference to the reduction of telegraphic charges states ' that in South Australia and Tasmania all messages were sent at a uniform rate of Is for ten words;' hut this is not the case, as we find in South Australia charges are for distance, viz. : seventy-five miles, Is fid for ten words, and 3d each additional five words ; exceeding seventy-five miles and under 150 miles, Is Od for every ten words ; 150 miles 2s Od for every ten words. The tariff in Tasmania is a uniform one, hut that colony lias only about 150 miles of line working, and will not hear a comparison, as regards telegraphic rates, with New South Wales, which has upwards of 5000 or 0000 miles of telegraphic line working.' The Grafton Obserrrr informs us that the happy couple recently referred to as having contracted an extraordinary mar...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dreadful Death in a Saw Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

Dreadful Death in a Saw Mill. We take the following from the Cincinnati Gaxllf oi November 8th : — On Saturday last, about 11.30 o'clock, a most heart-muling accident occurred at the shop of Elias Khler, steamboat joiner and carpenter, Kos. 245 and 848 Front-street, between Central-avenue and Plum stroet, by wlu'ch a most worthy citizen met with a Budden and tragic death. Henry Ciuorner was the foreman and general superintendent of the Bhoj) in question. During the latter part of Saturday morn ing he was enqrujfed with one of the workmen in the shop, named Schuster, in putting up and setting in operation a new sawing machine, known as a re siiw. New them was a belt drawing a shaft overhead, which it was desired to have moved or thrown off. Qnerner reached up and threw off the belt, and then climed into a side window, and standing upon tlie sill and holding fast to one of the joists overhead, rcuchod over to catch the belt and hanjr it uj-on a wooden j'in, out of the wiry. Having boo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Friday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

MELBOURNE. Friday, noon. Mr. Graham Berry has accepted omce as Colonial Treasurer, and will be sworn in to-day. The Ministerial Banquet at Sandhurst, was very successful. Mr. Macphereon, the Chief Secretary, spoke at some length, and said the Government intended to introduce liberal and progressive mea-i sures. The Opposition demonstration was also, largely attended. Friday, 2 p.m. A midwife was decoyed from her home to Colling wood Flat on Wednesday night, under pretence of her professional service being required. On the flat she was criminally assaulted by three men in succes sion. A man named Michael Hasty has been arrested, and the others can be identified.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempted Suicide at Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

Attempted Suicide at Ballarat. ' One of the most determined attempts at suicide which it luis ever fallen to our lot to record,' says Wednesday's liallnrat J'oet, ' occurred this morning t WiJkes's Carriers' Arms Hotel, Creswick-road. From the particulars which we were enabled to collect hastily between 9 and 10 o'clork this niominn-, it .seems Mat a rcspei-Ubly-drussod middle-aged mail came by tho 4 o'clock Creswick couch yesterday afternoon, and, having engaged a bed for tho ni^hl, left his portmanteau and went out. Ho returned between !) and 10 at night, and retired to his bedroom immediately. It was found this morning that liu was not at breakfast, and one of the girls having c-JIed him repeatedly and got no answer, a friend of Mr. Wilkcs, a young man of tho name of MoUer, who is lodging in the house, opened inn nnnrniini (Inni* onii fniinii 4\m iiniinT-»-- ?««_. literally weltering in hiE blood, he having cut his throat across with a fearful gasli, and also cut his arm below th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

YASS. Thursday. The first rivet of the new bridge was driven this morning by Mr. Laidlaw. A large number of per sons wero present, at the invitation of the con tractors, Messrs. Musson and Down. ' Success to the contractors' was toasted in champagne. — JlrraM.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

Victoria. A vliiv quiet week lias been passed in political circles. On Saturday afternoon Mi'. Macphersou and three of his colleagues ruralised at Schnappcr Point. The reconstruction scheme is said to liave been amply discussed. More than one Cabinet meeting has been held, but with no fruitful result ; the resignations oj tne two seauess ministers, more tnan once proffered, have not yet been accepted, and some persons seem to think that the Chief Secretary will have to meet the House ina few weeks with Iris old colleagues at his tide; further, it is considered that such procedure would be the best policy he could adopt and thereby save any expression of opinion from isolated consti tuencies, reserving all his strength for the general election, which isthought to be now very close at liand. Mr. Kerford's name is still freely mentioned as likely to till one vacancy, should the resignations bo accepted^ Active prep.wattonsnre being wade to irattheEssendou Jiailiray line into thorough w...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

SKIPPING. AKKIVAL&— Jauuary 'M. Blary Ann Wilson, ship, 944 tons, Kussell, from London 22nd October. Passenger— Mr. J. Batcnian. Young and Lark, agents. Ballina, steamer, 200 tons, .?? aides, from Macleay Biver 17th instant Passengers —Mi*. Neads, Miss Wright Sirs. Gregg, Mrs. Poobnon, Mrs. Cruuuner, Misses Crunimer(i;), Messrs. Uali, M'Uaruiy, wararop, Pooluian, H. B. Bauson, Kickcy, Adamson, Jax, Walker Neild, Well, Kossiter, Wilson, R. Grommont, Armstrong and family (9), Masters Gregg, O'Beily, French. Crumuier, and 28 in the steerage. ,y C. and B.K.S.N. Co., agents. * - ? IUalong, steamer, 300 tons, Meany, froin Clyde River. Passengers— Misses Mort (2), Masters Mort (2), and two servants, Miss Emmott^ Mrs. Casy, Messrs. 0. Manning, Boots, M'Mahon and son. Masters Manning (2), Masters Claike, Foster, Hobus, Wardern, Shoebridge, and 6 in the steerage. LS.N. Co., agents. Agues Irving, steamer, 400 tons, Creer, from Grafton 17th instant. PasscDgcrs— Mrs. Chown, Mrs. Leeson, ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

PARE A MATT A. AND RIVE . . STEAMERS, At about Half the Railway Bates. From King-Street-?, 8, 11, % 3, 6.' FromParramatU— S.60, 7.3», 9,11, 1,8, 6. „ , » „_« Calling at Hunters Hill, GladesvUle, Nee Point, Eya k-v TT -b. -if. ;s. n. cc S^plS* Sydney to the Hunter. TO-MORROW SATURDAY NIGHT, at 11, the MOEPET1 Newcastle to Sydney, Tlie CITV OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MORROW (Saturda; MORNING, at IS. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices - Foot Of Market-street. - °t 7L HP H E ADSTRALARIA- Ei*-*3s5sl&v J- STEAM NAVIGATION 0011 JSSa&ffisg; PANTS STEAMSHIPS ^^SSg To Hunter River, COONANBARA, To-Nijht, Friday, at 11. To Melboiirne. ALEXANDER, Tuesday Afternoon, at iSO. Fares: Saloon, jE6; return, SS 5s; Steerage, £1 10s. To Auckland, CITY OF MELBOURNE, on or about Friday, 2Stl instant. To Brisbane, FLOEENCE IRVING, To-morrow Afternoon, Saturday, at 2.S0. To Maryborough, Steamer, early. To Rocfchampton, EGMONT, This Afternoon, Friday, at 6. FEEDK. H. TEOUT0N, Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, Su...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 January 1870

COmfflERCIAL. # Friday. Citv BAIfK.—1'bfi twelfth half-yearly nieetifig of this Bank was held, this inoming, J. L Montefiore, Esq. in the choir. Thewf^ifi^lli^endaiice. The following statement of accbonta3l«*-?ul)niitted. Nett profit for half-year, after d«3iicHiigJ'rebate on current bills, interest on fixed deposits, and current accounts, pro \Hiiiii-r far h.i/1 nnd doubtful debts, all exnenses of management and dutyoa note circulation, and includ ing -undivided profits Bom previousJialf-Tear £10,702; 10s 8d, wliich the directors ; recommend should be appropriated as follow»4.:.lk- .dividend for the half-; year, at the rate of. 8 per cent, jier annum, £8000;] addition to reserve;fuiid, -£2000;.tunount written off, Bank premises, £500 ; undivided balance, to '? he carried to iiext half-yeaiS account. £202 : 10s 8d. This statement was adopted. S. A. Joseph, Esq., was then unanimously elected director in tiie place of J. L. Montefiore, Esq., who retires by rotation, and C. T. Geddie, ...

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