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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
-HEAP EXCURSIONS. — &NN1YER / SABY DAT.— The steamers GEM and ADELAEDI 5Sm Parramatta=T:vn a:m:rir3, 5, rp.m. S ^Cockatoo, Hunter's Hill. Five Dock Point SHl& Ryde, Ermlngton, NewiHgton, Subiaco. Iws AT AmTOTHALF THE RAILWAY BATES *^ Children— Saloon, retnrn, Cd. only. rlBBAMAiTTA AND BIVEfi ' 'STEAMERS, At about Half tho Bail-way Bates. n,B Ktog-street-7, 9, 11, 1, 3, 6.' riorton, Ermington, Subiaco. Children— Saloon return, Od only. '-.. % IT '? R. N. S. N. GO sSll!* Sydney to the Hunter. MOEBOW (Tuesday) NIGHT, at 11, the MORPETH Newcastle to Sydney, FATEESON, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) EVENING, at 6 F. J. THOMAS, Manager. ffices-Footof Market-street. qg ri 1 H E AUSTRALASIAN 35&-Skv -*- STEAM NAVIGATION COM. HJuSS?^ PANVS STEAMSHIPS— ssssiis? To Hunter River, ,IAKOY, Monday Night, at 11. To Melbourne. LSANDEA, Tuesday Afternoon, at 4.30. es : Saloon, £ 5 ; return, £8 6s ; Steerage, £1 10s. To Auckland, T OF MELBOUENE, on or about Friday, 28tl instunt. To Brisban...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
BIETHS. On the 24th December, 1869, at Lenlumoega, Island of TTnolu, Samoa, the wife of Rev. S. J. Whltmee, of a sou. On the 13th January, at Caroening Cove, North Shore, tbe wife of Edward Lord, of a daughter. On the 22nd January, at her residence, Hawthorne Cottage, Darling-street, Balmain, the wife of C. H. May, of a son. On the 23rd January, at 22 Lower Port-street, Mrs. Henry Newton, of a son. DEATHS. On the 4th January, at Market-square, Newcastle, in the 16th year of hor age, Catherine Francess, second daughter of the laic Martin Richardson. On the 8tb January, on board the P. and O. Co.'s steamship Avoca, between Galle and King George's Sound, from inflam mation of the lungs, Flora Farhane, second daughter of A. A. Dangar, Esq., aged 0 months. On tho 20th January, at Mumirundl, Henry Wesley, eldest son of Mr. J. L. Tebutt. agod 18 years. On the 21st January, at 200 Macquarie-strect, Ellen Chris tina, infant daughter of John Perry Lyons, Maryborough, Queensland, aged 10 month...
COMMERCIAL. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
COMMERCIAL. Monday. The grain and flour market continues pretty firm, although no large transactions are reported. Best Adelaide flour is quoted at £14; wheat at 6s per bushel. Califomian flour is quoted at £12 net cash, £12 10s terms ; a line was sold at this price on Satur day. Califomian wheat is quoted at 5b Cd to 5s 9d per bushel ; maize continues firm at 3s 4d to 3s 6d per bushel ; Cape barley, Is 9d to 2s ; English ditto, 2s 9d to 3s ; bran, Is to Is 3d ; hay (Hunter Eiver) is plentiful, (and prices low ; lucerne is quoted at 30s to 40s ? oaten, 40s to 70s ; straw, 30s to 45s ; onions, 2s to 3s per cwt. ; potatoes, 2s to 2s Sd ; fowls 2s 9d to 3s per pair; ducks, 2s 9d to 3s ; geese, 4s6dto5s6d; turkeys, 8s to 16s ; eggs, 8d to 9d a dozen ; bacon, 6d to 7d per lb. ; store pigs, 2.}d to 3d per lb. ; calves, 8s to 20s each ; hides, 8s to 18s each. The half-yearly meeting of the Newcastle Wallsend Coal Company was held this morning at the Exchange, Thomas O. Breillat, Esq. in th...
Great Four-oared Race for the Championship of England and £400. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
Great Four-oared Race for the Cham Bionshto of England and .£400. The first of the great race between the picked men of London aud Newcastle, the representative crews of the Thames and the Tyne, came off on Friday, November 5, over the champion course from. Putney to Mortlake, and was witnessed by a large assemblage of spectators, although a pouring rain, which set in about noon, must have kept some hundreds away. The following are The Tuaiies Cbew.— L, Joe Sadler, Putney, list; 2, Henry Kelly, Fulham, lOst 121b; 3, W. Messenger, Teddington, list 71b ; George Hanunerton, Teddington (stroke), lOst 71b ; G. Hammerton, junior (coxswain), 3st81b. The TrME CBEW.— 1, James Taylor, Ouseburn, lOst; 2, Thomas Winship, Derwenthaugh, lOst 111b ; 3, John Martin, Newcastle, list 91b ; James Eenforth, Gates head (stroke), list 111b ; M. Hall (coxswain), 3st 121b. The home crew won the toss. Notwithstanding the drenching rain, the perhaps hardier, and certainly wiser northmen removed their jerseys...
Turf Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
Turf Matters. The racing season in England has come well nigh to an end; not, however, without supplying a sensation that will last for some weeks yet to come. Sir Joseph Havrleybad entered three horses — Lictor, Siderolite, aad Blue Gown— tor the Liverpool Autumn Cup. They were all favourably weighted, and, as usual, the betting fraternity pounced upon the one (Siderolite) raeytnougnt Best in, ana orougnt mm to a very short price without the owner having a shilling ' on.' Sir Joseph had not then tried his hones ; when he did, lictor was found to be best, and the pen was at once put through the names of the other two. Immediately an outcry was raised against Sir Joseph Hawley, and a scurrilous scribe in the Sporting Times, and the Man Aioul Town, who wrote under the disguise of 'The Outsider,' charged SirP Joseph, in the most offensive manner, wifir^nulking' and other fraudu lent turf practices. Summonses were at once taken out against the publisher and editor of the Sporting Times ...
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
ADELAIDE. Saturday. Von Dadelzen's circular says that tho copper mar ket is dull. English raw and unmanufactured un changed. Australian sold at lower rates. Burra and Wallaroo at £37 10s ; Chili bars sold at £G0 10s to £65 15s, now quoted at £67 ; ores and regulus, £13 3s. Kaparinga Eiver. Considerable finds are reported. Weather again very hot. Corn market unaltered. — Sersld.
MELBOURNE. Saturday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
MELBOTJBUE. Saturday, Noon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews are to leave England for Melbourne this month, to .fulfil an engagement at the Theatre Royal. The managers of the theatre havcreceived the agreement from their London agents. Herr Bandmann and his wife left here yesterday, in the You Yangs, for Sydney. Holders of kerosene ask an advance of a penny. The American news favours a considerable advance in tobacco. Messrs. Hastings, Cuningham, and Co. sold by auction 820 bales wool. Greasy brought 6d to 9Jd ; scoured, lOd to Is ljd ; fleeces, Is to Is 4d. Saturday. Herr Bandmann is a passenger by tho You Yangs. The Privy Council have given the Assembly leave to appeal in Hugh Glass's case. The warrant for the arrest of Davis charges him with fraudulent insolvency and forgery ; bis London liabilities amount to £1500. General business is quiet; flour is quoted at £12 to £12 10s, without animation; maize,. 3s 9d to 3s lid.— Mcfald.
The Pantin Massacres. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
The Pantin Massacres. The Opinion Rationale states that Traunmann, the assassin of the Kinck family, has made a full confession of his crime. He had, he says, no accomplices. The elder Kinck he killed on a plain near Guebwiller on August 25, and the spot where the body is buried he has minutely described. The younger Kinck he mur dered at Pantin two days before the rest of the family. Madame Kinck and one of her children struggled very much. The Tempt, however, declares that this news is entirely unfounded, and that Traupmann maintains a rigid reserve He is soon to be transferred from llazas to the Conciergerie. The following portrait of Traupmann is by a French artist: — ' He has a common head, resolute, but idiotic rather than intelligent. He possesses the type of all criminals. His hands are exactly similar to those of Dumollard — executed a few years ago for the murder of sixteen girls in seven years —whom be resembles in his method of crime and eecretiveness — with knotty joint...
News by the Mail. Australian Meat Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
News by the JHaiL Australian Meat Dinner. I Borne 1600 of the working men of London and their I friena*. iweiw afforded an opportunity of testing the qualities of Australian meat at a banquet, given » I them by a committee of colonists in the Lambeth I Baths on Wednesday evening, December L The com- 1 mittee issued their invitations through the .Working I Men's Club and Institute Union, which distributed,! fte cards of admission to leading establishments in the I principal branches of trade,' in order that -they might 1 at the-feast It was presided over by Mr. M'Arthiir, one of the members for Lambeth; and Lord Alfred ChurchilL Mr. H. Cecil Eaikes, M.P.. Mr. C. B*ed, M.P., Mr. E. Wilson, Mr. G. Terdon (Agent-General for Victoria, Mr. T. Huges, M.P., the Bev. J. Eitto, Mr. J. Wheeler, Mr. Applegarth, Mr. llottershead, &d were at the principal table. With the view of bringing ' the beat modes of preparing' the Australian meat more prominently before the notice of the work ing ...
The Late Murder at Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
The Late Murder at Brisbane. Quite a sensation was created in Brisbane, sa^ the Express of the 20lh instant, by the inteUigeott that two persons had at length been apprehended bj the police in connection with Hartnett's muidet. The news spread with amazing rapidity, and at 10 o'clock the City Police Court was densely thronged with a crowd of eager spectators, who manifested as intense desire to behold the persons of the accusd. their curiosity was doomed to disappointment, for after tho ordinary business had been dij. patched, the clerk of the Bench at. nounced that the Court was adjoune] until the following day. This unexpected announce ment caused a perfect hum of astonishment, and sui. prise was depicted upon every countenance. The Court was, however, soon cleared by the police, Mi the public departed unsatisfied. About an ham afterwards, two magistrates, Messrs. Petrie and Cowlishaw, who had been sent for, made theii appearance, and before them was commenced n private enquiry co...
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.(Before Messrs. Vickery and Pearce.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
Nice Courts. This Da;, ? 0 — : ? ; ? CENTRAL POLICE OOUBT. (Before Messrs. Yickorr and Pearce.} . Kichard Smith was fined 20s., or seven daye jj gaol, for furiously driving two horses, attached to an omnibus, in George-street. Henry Sweetman, arrested by constable Doggett on four charges of absonting biniself from the hirej service of George Hill, of Surry Hills, on Uu the first two charges fined £5, or fourteen day6 % goal ; on the third 20s, or fourteen days in aijjj, tion; and on the fourth 40s., or fourteen dan additional. James Isles, for assaulting censtablo Smith wh lj in the execution of his duy, was fined £5, orsj weeks to gaol. Frederick R. Harris, charged with committing ai aggravated assault on Eliza Simmons, was remanded ibr a fortnight. Valentine Hearst was committed for trial, fa pawning a camopean of the value of £2 2s., tit property of Mrs. Burns.
RACING PROSPECTS FOR 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
RACING PnO.SPECTci FOR 1870. Although we have twelve months' racing to come, the end of 3Iay will be to us in New South Wales practically the end of the season, as tho intervening months until the 1st of August are, with the oxcep tion of Dubbo and Grafton, completely ' dead months.' IScfore talking about the future, it will perhaps be better to review ttio past part ol the present season of 1SG9-70. Last reason closed, as far as Randwick is concerned, with tho wonderful porforrnunces of The liarb, who retired from the tuif in .1 blaze of triumph. The present season began with some great changes. The Barb, Fish hook, and Fireworks had retired, Glencoe had changed hands, and tho formidable, and for the last tlnee season?, almost invincible yellow jacket and black cr.p of Mr. Tait was, it seems, to be carried to tho front no more in a big race in 1SG9. Of the 'cracks' Tim Whiffler and Glencoe were the only ones left. The Derby, however, promised tu be a most inter esting; race, as the...
DEER SHOOTING IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
DEER SHOOTING IK TASMANIA. BV A StDITEVITE. Tashama has much to Tender it a happy land in a sportanan'e eyes, as far as my experience goes at least. When I left New South Wales, I was possessed with ?the idea that New South Welshmen were especially favoured — our inland abounding with feathered game of all description, or nearly soTwe have kangaroo in great numbers, aud finer . sport than hunting the for. But we have no deer. I have hunted and shot our largest game with great delight, and when, shortly iiftcr my arrival in Tasmania, I heard that on certain parts of the Island deer abounded, you may imagine my delight and the intense desire 1 felt to get a shot, if only one, at these peauttf ul, shy creatures. J. Had very little hope of attaining my wishes, but fortune 1 avoured me ; and I now wish, thinking it may prove interesting, to relate my luck. I was staying with some kind friends near Lauuccston — that hospitable place : I have good reason to call it hospitable, for never ha...
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Monday 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
Tlegrams, This 1)aj. ' ! MEEBOtlBKE. Mondav. 3 rj.m. The jCity of Adelaide is to sail for Sydney to-day y the Wonga Wonga. on Wednesday, and Bangatrra on Friday. The thermometer was 150 in tho sun yesterday. The weather is dose and sultry to-day. -.There was a great fire in CarUon-street, St. Kilda, yesterday. Throe houses were burnt. ;The Eev. Mr. Dixon, of Bertram-street, St- Kilda, has unaccountably disappeared from his home since Friday,. Maize ia being offered at 3s 9d per bushel. Buyers nnviliiTMr .t/i mirrJViniifl rififlvilv. The opera season is to be opened by Lyster's Company on the 5th February. Charles Davis, the forger, has been remanded to London, and is to be sent by the Anglesea. Monday, 3.30 p.m.. The Ararat election writ was issued to-day, and that for West G-eelong will be issued to-morrow. The Eev. Mr. Dixon Bertram left his home at St Kilda, on 21et, and no tidings have since been received of him. The pitiable condition of the Chinese lepers at Ballarat is arousi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
V:' ??'??? ' ' ? -'??'!*, ? ''X :|' . ??? - ' ^V%s ''?'--, ??' : ?'?? ?/v,. ?'- ^ '?'? fiONNBLL'S EAST INDTAN \j REMEDIES FOE THE BELIEF AUD CURE OP LIVEE AFFECTIONS, GOUT, EHEUMATISM, AND AGUE. These ate distinct prerjaiatioM^Tid aro for the CD&E ot - LITER AFFECTIONS, GOUT, RHEUMATISM, and. .: . SYMPATHETIC PAINS ; also for such diseases as may ': require a mild and active aperient, such as BILIOUS COM-. PLAINTS, INDIGESTION, FLATULENCE, &c. And the remarkable cures effected by them are unparalleled; dot ? proof of which the reader is referred to - the , pun- . phlct wliich contains a large number of testimonials from some of the best known residents In the Australasian Colonies, some of them testifying . that ' after FOETY YEARS' SUFFERING they have been COM- ?' '??'' PLETELY CURED by these valu»ble remedies. Amongrt ' these are letters from J. Ross, Esq., Wine Merchant, Mel bourne ; Captain Lawrence, of Lloyd's Room, Melbourne; J, J. .SliUlingLiw, Esq., Governmen...
The Anglo-Australian Rowing Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 January 1870
The Anglo- Australian Rowing Matches. James Benforth, champion sculler of England, has received a letter from Newcastle, New South Wales, stating that the committee acting in the matter have determined not to send the Hickeys to England. However, one of the Brothers Hickey is open to row Renforth, or any other man in the world, a right-away sculler match in outriggers, for £500 a side, on the Hunter River, distance four miles, allowing £150 for expenses. The Kaocastle (England) Chronicle says : — ' In reply to the above, Benforth request us to intimate that he is perfectly willing, in accordance with the terms of the challenge, to go to Australia to uphold the honour of the Tyne in such a great international struggle, provided that the public of England will undertake to supply the neces sary £500. He also stipulates that in case the challenge is accepted, the f'tll amount of the stake and expenses shall be deposited before he (Benforth) departs from England on such a long voyage.' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870
npURKISH BATH BLIGH-STEEBT, SYDNEY, Also, SULPHBE AND MEDICATED BATHS, OPEN DAILY FOE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Single bath Five Shillings Six tickets. Twenty Shillings After 6 o'clock p.m. Single tickets Two Shilling*. ' Habitual bathers seldom take cold ; and a catarrh when imminent can almost always be cut short by a good long bath. All persons acquianted with the Turkish Bath have noticed th» increased tension and activity cf the muscles hy Us use. Tiiis' Is nowsofullyrecognizedtliaUhebath is an acknowledged Insti tution In racing stables. Host people feel decidedly strength ened in tho chest, and become lunger winded bjr bathing. Disease of the nervous system of all kinds, from mania and epilepsy down to nenraj^ia and paralysis, have been tar too frequently benentted by the bath to leave any doubt what ever of Ita powerful influence upon this most important system. The process is at once a most POWERFUL DEPPBATOB (muffler) OF TUE VhOOD, and also a STRONG TONIC TO THE VAS0M0TOR SYST...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870
£j\UNEEALS. FUNJSfiAXS. Heua. J.ond G. SHYING, of No. 719, GEOBG&SXBBET SOUTH, oppoeitis Christ Church ; 120 6onlb BstA Botd, near Pjjmer-rtreet ; and Abercramtde-ebeet, opposite J5t Benedict's Church, lie; respectfully to return thanks to their Mends and the miblic in gtner&l, for the land support th»t they^iaverecclved-sinoB their commencement in the BUHl* NESS of UXDBRTAKEBS, ttsi hope, b?-ttelct»tt£ntfon»nd civility, combined with moderate charges, to Bonttaue thfl land support of their friends and the poblicJn geseol. N. B. — Pleue note the address— Ma 719, tkttKKbeet South, opposite Christ Church ; 120, South BnWi/te Palmer-street ; and Abercrombte-etrect, opposite Sn%nl3ict'« dnreb. ? - . ? ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870
BUGGIES. IT^OR SALE or IILRE— the cheapest and best varictj- In Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite School of Ar!s. 2S2. I'ilt-strcct. d 1 'UOl.'GLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt-street \ J* « near I'ark-strcct lSuggies and Spring Carts alwav 00 iianii - repairing *n«i painting done at tho shortest BDlice. Wheels Tvred, Mondays and Fridays. Spring carts lent till Oie repairs are executed, at reasenaWc prices. / -OLONTAL UVJSNS.— 1000 FOR SALK, V at reduced prices. PABTHIDGE'S Manufactory Bnthurst-rtrect. CORRUGATED IKON— a few tons FOK SALE, nt £28. GALVANISED ISMS TANKS, for preserving rain water, 100 to 2090 gallons. PARTDIDCE, Bathurst-stnset