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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 January 1870

SHIPPING. AKBrVAI£.--January 21. Tasmania, steamer, 280 tons, Lyons, from Hobart Town 18th instant. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Slade .and infant, Judge Francis, Mrs. Ressien, Mrs. Johnson, Captain Beresford, Miss Johnson, Miss Hibbert Mrs. Foreter, Captain Fisher, Messrs. Smith, Slaile, Kessien, B. Johnson, Bell, Kennedy, and 3 in the steerage, Willis, Merry, and Lloyd, agents. City or Adelaide, steamer, 615 tons, Walker, from Melbourne, 19th instant. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ward and family (4), Mrs. Lupton, Mrs. Hatthewnianand chad. Misses Garrett (2), MissMagee, Dr. Knight, Hon. J. E. Salomons (Solicitor-General), Messrs. FulIertoivBroadrib, Phelps, Forsyth, E. Bliss, Werfield, Hore, J. Campbell, Grassie, Mackay, W. L. Dawes, W, S.- Anderson, Lambert, Scott, Simply, J. Smith, Cass, Wilson, Evans, Selfe, B. Wood, Gross, M'Crai, Tucker, H. F. Tucker, Strattor, Master King, and 40 in the steerage. A.S.N. Co., agents. Fire King, Hersee, from the MnTminC Eiver 20th instant. Passen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 January 1870

ibab: excursions.— anniver i&kBYUAY.— The steamers GEM and ADELA3D1 S?KiBg*treet-7, 0, lla.m.,1, S, 6, 7, 11 p.m. if^inittlr-7,9, 11 a,m-, !,«,«, 7 l-.m- ? tat*»t Cockatoo, Hnflter'E HilL Five Dock Potal £§!-. Hyde, Ermlngton, jfewington, Subiaoo. ? usat aiwuthalf the railway bate-: Children— Saloon, return, -Sd. only. |gpiSi Sydney to the Hunter, SATURDAY SIGHT, at 11, the MORPETH. Newcastle to Sydney, ICEPETH, on MONDAY MORNING, at 10. ''? F. J. THOMAS, Manager. :B»-Foot pi Markst-sf^set 15k ma E AUSTRALASIAS »s. X SIEAM NAVIGATION COM Shag?* VASTS STEAMSHTPS ^@S To Hunter River, AEOy, Monday Night, at U. . To Melbourne. ANDRA, Tuesday Afternoon, at 4.30. ': Saloon, 15 ; return, SB 6s ; Steerage, £1 10s. To Auckland, OF MELBOURNE, on or about Friday, 28IJ slant. To Brisbane, YOUNG, Tuesday Afternoon, at 5. To Maryborough, , early. To Rockhampton, ? DTHA, 48 hours after arrival. FREDK. H. TROUTON, Manager. If. Co. '« Wharf, Sussex-street. ,-v TO EDUCED FARES AND ^;\, X*i- F...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 January 1870

COMMERCIAL. There has been considerable excitement in the wheat and flour market (luring the week. News to hand from the sister colonies caused an amount of confidence on Monday that has not been felt for some time, and Urge sales were effected of both Adelaide and Califor nian. One holder sold forty tons of Adelaide last Friday and Saturday at £12, for which on Monday he could readily have had £13, and £14 was on tuat day quoted as me ynva ui best of the same manufacture. Since then there have been some considerable sales ; but it is doubtful if £14 could be had for any brand whatever. On Tuesday the Lizzie and Rosa arrived from San Francisco, bringing 20.GOO quarter-sacks flour, and 400 bags wheat, and advices to the 20th November. It was then re ported that ' no vessels were loading for Australia.' The Mary and Edith having been withdrawn from the berth, and despatched to load lumber for Australia. Upon the face of this, however, the Nymphe arrived on Wednesday, bringing 81,640 q...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 January 1870

BIRTHS. On the 7th January, at her residence, Curtis Road, Balmain, Mrs. W. We st, of a son. On the night of the 9th January, at Colo River, Lower Portland, the wife of the late Thomas Agar Newall, artist, of a daughter. On the 13th January, at Verona, Randwick, the wife of William Walker, jun., of a son. On the 15th January, at her residence, Verona Cottage, Grafton, Clarence River, tbe wife of Frederick George Crouch, of a son. On the 15th January, at her residence, Oronoko House, Globe Point, the wife of Mr. P. C. Williams, builder, of a son. On the 16th January, at her residence, 65 Botany Road, Mrs. John Buchanan, of a daughter. Both doing well. On the 16th January, at her residence, Bechleigh Vale, Five Dock, the wife of William C. Uhr, of a daughter. On the 18th January, at her residence, Derwent-street, Glebe, Mrs. Malcom Graham, of a son. On the 16th January, at her residence, 278 George-street, the wife of J. B. North, of a daughter. On the 20th January, at her residence, ...

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NOMINATION FOR LIVERPOOL PLAINS. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Tamworth, 4.12 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 January 1870

NOMINATION FOE LIVERPOOL PLAINS. FURTHER PARTICULARS Tamworth, 4.12 p.m. The nomination to-day has opened another sham contest. The Hon. C. Cowper was proposed by Mr. King, and seconded by Mr. Gallagher. Mr. J. P. Abbot, of Murrurundi, proposed Mr. Edward Parnell, but, being unable to obtain six electors to demand a poll for that gentleman, nomi nated himself. The show of hands was as follows : — Cowper 70   Parnell 1   Abbot 0   Mr. Abbot, however, demanded a poll. — Empire.

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London Correspondence. London, 3rd December, 1869. THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

London Correspondence. London, 3rd December, 1S69. The Queen's Visit to the City. Monday, the Oth Koreniber will stand as a great day in lie annals of the City of London. The Queen visited the city for the fourth time during her reign, and marking an interval of eighteen years since the citizens were similarly honoured, but the presence of her Majesty was not so much appreciated for this special occasion as tor tne indication it gave of breaking through her lengthened retirement from public ceremonies, which has so long been tht subject of comment, and even dissatisfaction. Great preparations \rcro made for the opening of the new bridge at Blnckfriars, but the form was made as brief as possible. Tho Lord Mayor met her Majesty upon the bridge, and presented au address without reading it. The purport of the document was to welcome her Majesty, and explained that the growing traffic of the city rendered increased accom modation necessary, and that such had been provided by the construc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

THE) AUSTRALIAN TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. PEICE 6d. Contents of the Third Issue. J*** English News by the Mail-OolonUl Telegrams-'**' Editorial Notes .. ., „ Intercolonial and National Interest- Steam Communick- '' Uon-Tdegiaphic Extension-Intercolonial Commercial Interests .... ? * Coroner's Inauests-Accident. and Offences '.'. ' 5 InUrcolniU Newa-Vlctorta, Queensland, New Zea 'n|l ?? .. .. . A Later from Europe aud America ' ' ' 7 Leading ArUdes-The News by the MaU-^Tupiler, Help Us I — Fo&tscnpt .. .. .. g Design for Museum and Public Library (ici/V Wuslra «-w.--G«rman Malleable Qmttngs— Everett's Acoustic The Weather-lThe New Parliament-Spontaneous Com- 9 bustion of Wool-Wool and Silk-Exploration and Dis covery .. 10 II The Preservation of Stack-Swlri Fences Acrosi Streams (wild ill««ro(to;,j)_InocnlaUon forPleuro-pneumonia— Care of the Horse .... jo N!,xiof w?eds °' Cumberland and Camden— Sngar Cul tivation in Queensland— Improvements in Sncar Mak ing-Tooth's Syst...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

The Elk in England.— The recent excavations of the East London Water Company, which have yielded so rich a booty to naturalists and antiquaries, have set for ever at rest the question whether the elk (Alecs palmatus) has been a denizen of our forest in post ertiary times. Professor Owen, in a note on the sub ject, states that at the time of the publication of the ' British Fossil Mammalia' he had not obtained satis factory evidence of the occurrence of the elk. The first and only discovery of elk remains previous to the peat bog near the North Tyne river, Northumberland. This iB recorded in the ' Transaction' of the Tyneside Naturalists. Now, however, we have proof that the elk, as well as the reindeer, inhabited the forests round London. ' In an old bed of the river Lea,' Professor Owen writes, 'at from 5ft. to 8 ft. In dentil, have been obtained romains of Bos longifrons and Capra Hii-cus, with remarkably fine horn cores, part of an antlerj 2ft. Sin. long, of a reindeer (C. tarand...

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VICTORIA SPOUTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

VICTOHIA SPOETING NEWS. In cricket and horseflesh there is nothing doing this week, though here and there an odd amount is booked on the forthcoming Sydney events. Until the Goelon* handicap was made public there was little speculation in that line, and some of the bookmakers have made a country tour to while away their time. Strop and Bishopbourne have gone across the water, though the former is entered for Geelong ; his return in time for that meeting depends entirely upon the weights just put upon him in the handicap proving satisfactory. The Miners' races at Balkrat are advertised for the 11th, 12th, and 13th February. The Miners' Handicap and the Corner are the principal events, and the 20 sovereign steeplechase, on the third day, will probably bring out a strong field. The Colac races will be held during this month, in stead of, as usual, in March, and the Kyncton'autumn programme may be expected in a few days. A few long shots on double events have been fired at Goyder's duri...

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The Premier and the Fenians. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

The Premier and the Fenians. On November 15 Mr. Merriman, on behalf of the Central English Amnesty Committee, applied to Mr. Gladstone to receive a deputation for the purpose of laying before him the case of tho imprisoned Fenians. The Premier repb'ed to the effect that, although the matter is one having a claim upon the careful atten tion of the Government, it is not one well suited for discussion with a deputation. The members of the foolish Amncs+v fYimnn'H-/»n_ in flio vimu #W*lii-» Aa termination of Mr. Gladstone to keep the prisoners in confinement, have resolved upon advising the people of Ireland and the Irish residents in the United Kingdom to abstain from the use of excisable articles, selecting tobacco as the chief article of con sumption by tho Irish people, whether in their own country or in England, Wales, or Scotland. It appears that they include in that motion the Eng lish sympathisers with Jthe sufferings, not with the cause, of the men in prison. The committee hope...

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DIARY.—JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

DIARY. — Jantmby 24. a «„, High 'Water. 8un Sun Moon,a ^ ? ft*308- Seta- ? Even. | Morn. h.m. I h.m. I oo i . „ I h-m. I h.m. f.,13- I 7.10 4 22-ln-m- 1 12.51 | 1.4 January. — LaBt Quarter.— 24th. 8h. 27.7 p.m. %\yt evening #eVug7 MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1870.

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Loss of the Royal Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

Loss of the Royal Standard. In addition to the statement given in our London correspondence, the following particulars are to hand : — The ship was caught by a sudden squall, and became dismasted on the 30th September. Some of the boate were completely destroyed. The second mate, Campbell, and the quartermaster, Fisher, were miuvuij fuiauiu nun DUiiuuuj aiiuli uy uiu uuutuirj . The crew at once set to work to clear away the wreck, and the ship was put under jury masts and steered towards Bio dc Janeiro. The vessel had pro ceeded about 900 miles, when, on October 3, she narrowly escaped being run down by a largo ship. Her course, however, was kept up to Sunday, the 10th, when just before daylight she suddenly stranded on the sand-bank off Cape St. Thome, and about 160 miles distant by water from Bio de Janeiro. At the time there was a heavy sea breaking over the vessel. About midday, when the weather moderated, the first mate, five seamen, and all the lad}' passengers, left in one of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

Amongst tbe numerous projects for the future management of colonial affairs which have been broached during the recent discussions on that subject iu England, there is one of a character which at least commands some atten tion, and of the details of which we are in formed in the papers which arrived by the English mail yesterday. The grand idea of a perfect federation of one great British empire comprising the United Kingdom and the whole of the British poscssions with the exception of India and the mere naval and military stations, had been started before; and although we believe the general opinion throughout these colonies, so far as regards what will really occur, to be rather in favour of the belief that the colonial dependencies must become separate and independent States, yet there was some thing irresistibly attractive in the content pl tion of a Confederacy uniting all British interests, uniform in its system of Govern ment, leaving to local communities the entire managemen...

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The Wood-Green Murders. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

The Wood-Green Murders. On November 24, Frederick Hanson was tried at the Central Criminal Court, for tho murder of Maria Death. He was also indicted for the murder of William Douglas Boyd. All the facts of the case and its surroundings revealed a shocking amount of depravity. The prisoner was a married man, but separated from his wife, and lie had lived with Maria Death as hie wife for eicht or ^nine vcars, and they had six children, all now living. Boyd was also a married man, but was living with another woman, whom he was about to caat off, and had arranged for Death to come and live with him. Hinson, finding Death and Boyd together at tho Wood-green station, followed and separated them. He dragged the woman into his cottage, and shot her dead. He then went went to Boyd's house and murdered him also. The defence Bet up was that the prisoner was in a state of tempo rary insanity caused oy jealousy. Mr. Justice ByleB, in summing up, said the priso ner was accused'of the crime of wi...

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REUTER'S LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. TO GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, SYDNEY. London, December 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

REUTER'S LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. TO GKEVILLE's TELEGRAM COMTAXV, erDNEY. London, December 24, 1869. Two infantry regiments are under orders to pro ceed immediately to Ireland. Lord Claud Hamilton, a Conservative, has been elected member for King's Lynn. The anniversary of the siege of Londonderry passed off quietly. The report of the death by drowning of Sir Staf ford Nbrthcote has been contradicted. Professor Maine has been appointed Professor of jurisprudence lor uxiora. Tho Berlin correspondent of the Times states that the Emperor of the French has proposed a general dis armament to tho Courts of St. Petorsburgh, Vienna, Florence, Berlin, and probably London. Mr. Otway, in his speech to his constituents, said the Government had received satisfactory explana tions from the Russian Government respecting the advances they arc making into Central Asia. Ho also said that the safety of the Tprtisn Empire depended upon our ruling for the benefit of the people, which being done, the emp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

The Hon. W. Fobster at QuEAKBErAS.— The Hon. W. Forster arrived at Bungendore on Saturday, the 15th instant, proceeding direct to Oarwoola, the resi dence of his brother-in-law, Thomas Rutledge, Esq., where he remained until Monday morning, when he came into Queanbeyan to meet the electors according to previous announcement. A considerable number of electors, in buggies, spring carts, and on horseback, went out along the Bungendore road to meet him. On his arrival in town there could not have been far short of seventy or eighty escorting him, with a band. The party drove up to Byrne's Hotel, when vociferous cheers, times without number, were given for Mr. Fors ter. About 2 the hon. gentleman, escorted by his supporters, walked up to the Oddfellows' Hall, when Mr. R. Sindell, having been voted to the chair, after a few preliminary remarks, introduced Mr. Forstcr to the meeting. Mr. Forster's rising was greeted with rounds of applause. After it had subsided he thanked the electors for...

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The Great Double Sculling Match on the Tyne. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

The Great Double Sculling Match on the Tyne. The double sculling match for £200, which has been looked forward to with great interest, took place on November 20. The match originated thus : — ' On the night of the four-oared race in London all the comba tants met on the stage at the Canterbury-hall, when Benforth very needlessly, as all admit bis great powers, boasted that he would row anv two men in London four miles, dropping one half way and picking up the other. Kelley promptly replied that he could not oblige him in that way, but that he and another of his four would row Benforth and any man out of his four. Renforth at once staked, and hence the present match, Benforth and Taylor being well used to row together, while Kelley and Sadler had not pulled by themselves until a week before the race, and it was not decided in fact, until about five days prior to the event, who should have the honour of taking bow oar to Kelley. The Newcastle men were the favourites at 6 to 4, at whic...

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Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

Insolvency, This Day! ? STJEBEKBEES. - - - ? 1 Thomas Panueter, of Warkworth, near Sindetoil farmer. Cause of insolvency: Losses in busnwl Liabilities, L415. Assets, L541 2s. 6d. oSj assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery. T . Thomas Penne, of the Asylum, Parramatta, raetl senger. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of creditoBl Liabilities, L491Cs8d. Assets, L4 2s. (3d. DeficiS L45 14s. 2d. Official assignee, Mr. R. H. SempiU.

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The International Sculling Race. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

The International Sculling Race. The scullers' race for £50 a Bide, between Walter Brown, the American champion, and William Sadler (youngest brother of Joseph Sadler), of Putney, waB brought to a conclusion on November 19, on the Tyne, from Scotswood to Suspension Bridge to the High Level Bridge at Newcastle. Brown started off with the lead at a great pace, and in half a mile was this advantage for a distance of nearly three miles and a quarter. As the scullers approached Bedheugh Bridge Sadler began to hold his own, and gradually gained onhis opponent, so at the last-mentioned spot he was only two lengths behind the American sculler. About a quarter of a mile from the winning-post Sadler spurted, and, slowly but surely lessening the gap between him self and his opponent, came up and overlapped him, both men being well-nigh exhausted. Sadler, however, in answer to the cheers of his partisans, drove the stem of his boat nearly level with the American's outriggers, and shortly after—...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVAIR. -January 23. Rebecca, North German barque, 382 tons, Davidson, from New yOrk-9th October. Passenger— Mr. Levy. E, Towns and Co., agents. « i' Avoca, B.M.S.S., 930 tons, Farquhar, from Poust de GalleSOth December. Passengers -Prom Southampton: Mr. and Mrs. A. Dangar, child, and sen-ant, Messrs. A. Bynisr, and F. Machab. From Marseilles: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. DiRbj', Messrs. G. Thornton, J. Anderson, and F. 0. Griffiths. From Calcutta: Captain Percivsl, Messrs. C. H. brine, and R. H. G. Irvine. From Madras: Mr. J. Dean. From Point de Galle: Mrs. Nelson, Messrs, M. Jouvier and servant, and Bennett. From TTing George's Sound: Captain C. Edwards. From Melbourne: Mr. M'Gavin. H. Moore, agent. Lady Young, steamer, 421 tons, Milinan, from Bris bane aOth instant. Passengers— Messrs. B. Towns, Eobert little, R. Stewart, John Banks, J. J. Galjaway, A. Sandeman, Runhard, Miss Little, Miss C. Pitzker, Masters Little (2), A. Banks, and .19 injthe steerage. A.S,'N. Co., agents. . ...

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