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SECOND COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Hargrave, and a jury of twelve.) ATTEMPT TO PROCURE MISCARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Sbookd Couet. (Before his Honor Mr. Justioa Hargrave, and 8 jnry of twelve.) ATTEMPT T0PBOCBHB JUBOABUAQB, Thomas Patterson wss oharged that he did, on the 18th August last, feloniously and unlawfully use a oertain instrument on the person of Jans Kesbitt, for tho purpose of procuring abortion, At the time of our going to tbe Press yesterday this ces9 was cot ooncluded. Kllen Keebitt's examination continued : Oa Tuesday prisoner told her that ehe would cot be bad until the following morning. £ent her mother to Mr. Patterson, but he did not ceme. Dr. Wright was then sent for. He came about 8 o'clock in the morning, and ehe was delivered of a dead child. On two oocasione of her visiu to Patterson's she was accompanied by a yeung; man named George Shaw. Did not borrow the £5 from him, and declined to eay from whom she got it Had known George Shaw for a long time. Did not know whether he had courted her. Had never had Usual intercourse with any person but Tuill. Never «i«r Patterson bef...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Criminal Court.-This Day. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Central Criminal Court— This Day. FlEST COUET. (Before hie Honor Mr. Justice Ohcete.) - _ . LIBEL. . J?seSl fa'8™* was indicted for publishing a libel in the Sydney Police News. The defendant, for whom Mr. Salomons appeared, pieaded guilty. The Grown did not pray for judgment on the defendant, and be was therefore discharged on his own reoognizanee of £100, to appear to receive judgment ?when called upon. J ' COBSPIKAOT TS DEFRAUD. Denis Maokinlay, Patrick Mackinlay, James Rogers, George O'Brien, James Bourke, and Alexander Shaw, were indicted for conspiring to defraud the creditors in the estate of the saia Dttis Mackinlity and Patriet fifaotinlay. Defendants, who stood on the floor of the court, pleaded not guilty, Me Dalley appeared for Denis Maokinlay: Mr. G. 0. Davis for Patrick Mackinlay end David Bourke; Mr. Salomons for O'Brien and Betters: and Mr. BuchaDan. for Shaw. Mr. Butler prosecuted for the Crown. Joseph Bowden deposed: I em a detective constable. I arrested George O'...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

THUE8DAT, KOVBMBEE 18, 1869. AccORDiNato tho latest rumours, it would appear likely that our new Parliament will have the advantage of tae presenoe of some who have for years been regarded as tbe leading public men of the colony, and who conspicuously took part in thos9 early political straggles which secured for the people the rights and privileges they now enjoy. The return of Mr. Cowpeb and Mr. Dalle? to Parliamentary life, assuming that they yielded to the solicitations of their friends in that respeot, would recall tbe long and arduous struggles of twelve years ago, when the Eleotoral Act of 1857 was secured. The Patliament and the leaders who did this good service stamped the impress of their legislation upon the statute book in Euch a manner as to give them a prominent plaoe in the future history of the country ; and there was very little in the undignified proceedings of the Parliament just dissolved that could be deemed at all worthy of comparison. We may take it for grante...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett and juries of four.) CHAMBERLAIN V. FAVIELL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Juky Codet. (Before his Honor Mr. Jaetiee Faacett and juries of four.) CHAKBEBLAIK V. FAYTELL. Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Mr. Hdlyer, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. M. H. Stephen and Mr. 0. J, Manning, instructed by Messrs, Daintrey and Chap man, for the defendant. ? This case, whioh bad already occupied nearly two days in its progress, was now resumed and concluded. The faots were briefly as follow :— The plaintiff had taken fromlthe defendant a sub-contract for the paint ing of oertain iron girder bridges on the Great Southern Railway, at that portion ef the line which is near Goulburn — the defendant having been a contractor for certain works on the No. 7 oontraot for that Hae. The plaintiff was to receive Is. 2d. per super fioial yard, the work to ' be completed in a manner satisfactory , to tbe defendant,, and to be subject to the approval of the Engineer-in Ohief. It was finished and settled for, but a sum whioh was charged for a certain peouliaraortof measurement and al...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

niA AAA WORTH OF TOYS. S/JLUjUl/y DOLLS, and FANCT GOODS Cabinetware, Ladies' Bags, Companions, Albums, Parses, Pocket Book*, Bnuhes, Earrings, Perfumery, Brnjhware, Lustre Vases, Mirrors, Cricketing Goods, Billiard Balls, Cues, Wafers, Booking Horses, Peram bolsters, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Dreinng^and Jewel Oases, &c, Sea, C. LEMAIBB Calls tbe attention of the pnblio at Urge to the faot that this will be a GENUINE OLKABTNG BALE, BEGABDLB38 OF COST, According to the times, and perhaps yon never will hav-? another opportaaity of selecting from a variety snob as this Clewing Sale will give yon all. MILLIONS OF PRESENTS CAN BE SELECTED At Prices to induce to come again, at the LONDON end PARIS TOY and FANCY B&ZAAB, 472, George- Etreet. opposite the Markets. To begin from MONDAY next, the 1st November, 1869. FOB ONE MONTH ONLY. S« A B R 4 T Y, ? THE ORIGINAL CHELSEA BUS HOUBE, OOmE AND LUNCHEON BOOS'S, 98, SOUTH HEAD ROAD. Booth Fiea, Tea or Coffee i also, Featrj, Co...

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ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

ELhOTlON BUMOVRS. Patbick'6 Piukb— We believe Mi. HeaUy (banister), will enter the lists, with Mi. -!. B. Wilson, for tbia Mat. LivEBrooL FiiAiRs, — Mi. Lloyd, the old member, will again come forward. Western Gold fields,— Mr. Walter Church, the late representative, will be a candidate at the forth coming election, and it ifl said, will be opposed by Mr. Bcott (late gold-eommiasioner at Hargravsa), and Mr. Charles Blaktfield, whom Mr. Chwoh defeated at the late oontest. Sodthbkn Gtcld FIELDS,— It is rumoured that Mr Griffin (late cold commissioner) will be s candidate. Nepeab. — If Mr. Byan, the late member, does not oome out again, we believe Mr. Archibald Thompson, of Pitt-street, will be a candidate. Aemidale tsD Tknieefield,— Mr, Robert M. Foreter, it ie taid, will be a candidate for either one or other of these Beats, moat likely the first namrd. Mr. Alexander Black has addressed the eleotors at Armidale aa an independent candidate. Eliotobatb op Wes* Sydnet.— We are authorised...

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SUPREME COURT.-Wednesday. BANOO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) CHADWICH V. SMITH AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

SUPREME GOUMT.— Wednesday. Bahoo CetjBT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) OHADWIOE V. SUITE AND GTSEB8, Sir Tames Martin, Q.C., and Mr. Darley, instructed by Messrs. Holdsworth and Brown, for the plaintiff; the Attorney-General and Mr. Healy, instraoted by Mr. Williamson, for the defendant Jury: Messrs. Robert Reynolds Hustley, Snail's Bay, Balmain ; John Isaacs, Spencer Lodee, Miller's Point; William, Eussell a ill, Nicholson street, Balmain; and Launoelot Iredale, Agnes-terrace, off Victoria-street, Sydney. This was an action of trespass, instituted by Bobsrt Ghadviok against Ricaard Smith, John Cahill, Samuel Tomlineon, Josiah Croydon, and James Dnnnate, The declaration in the first count stated that the defendants had, on certain days aud times, broke and entered the land belonging to tbe plaintiff, adjoining Darling Harbour, and plaoed large logs of timber and other materials thereon, and thereby prevented the plaintiff from having acces...

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A DOCTOR'S STORY. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

A DOCTOR'S STOET. (CONelUDJU).} « ' Can it be,' mused I, if ter dismissing the Talet with a promise to see hU master as quioklj as might be,—' can it be that those letters from India, from his Calcutta agents, which he was abeut to read when I left, contained disastrous newe ? Axe the Major's terrors oanaed by losses, rninons monsy lo&ses in India * Has he perchance madly invested the immense fortune said to have been left to him by his wife's father, in some bubble-eobeme oat there ?' 'He was reading letters, — tbas ran the currents of my thoughts. He was reading letters when he had the oataleptie fit ; letters it may be from India ; the first intimatios, perhaps, of the tempest of rain whioh has now wrecked his fortunes. And when he rode madly home from the Park might he not have met and spoken there with some one who had earlier news than be of what had occurred 7 Well, yes ; bnt why in that case did he ask me if it did not sometimes ooonr that people, in certain conditio...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. GRENFELL. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

TELMRAPWO MESSAGES. J GBSNFELL. Gold has been etruok three miles this side of Bom* baldry; it runs 1 dwt.to the dish.— Herald.

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Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Insolvency Court— This Day. BUBBBItDSB. Edward Arthnr, of Elizabeth-street, Sydney, coach builder. Cause of insolvenoy: Pressure of oreditors. Liabilities, £161 15a. 8d. Assets, £169 10s. Bur plus. £7 14s. 4d. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mao kenzie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

GABD ana HEMSLEY, 320, GEOEQE-8TEBET, Adjoining tbe New Post Office, GENTLEMEN will find at tbe above establishment everything choice and varied in fashionable MEN'S MEEOEBT. The large aad entirely new Btoqk, eeleoted with great oare, enables us confidently to invite attention to the. following articles— - ;, Zephyr Coats ' Galatea Jacket! Silk and Lustre ditto China Silk ditto Grass Cloth aDd Linen ditto Washing Vests, &c, GAED ABD BEHSLES'S HATS are noted for excellence aad lightness, inolnding — Black Paris Dr. H'Leod ?Jrab Shell Bombay French Felt India San, &o, OUR 8HIBT STOCK comprises tbe beBt descriptions in White Shirts Eegitta Shirts Drets ditto Boating ditto Under ditto Silk Crimean ditto. For GENTLEMEN'S TIES AND SOABFS GAED and HEMSLEY stead unrivalled. Alto, ? . Ohoioe Hosiery Handkerchiefs Gloves, Perfumery Rings, Solitaires Nagasaki and Sun Umbrellas ' Travelling Bags, &o. We offer a diBcoHnt of 2§ per cent, on all pureh&fes above one ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

MELBOURNE. Wednesday Evening. ? The debate on Mr, HJginbotham a resolution, oon« demnatory_ of the proposed conference of colonial delegates, is expected to be concluded to-night Mr. Donald Cameron, aa extensive sheep farmer, hae surrendered his estate in insolvency. The deficieBoy amoumte to £102.612 ; the assets to £25, Robert Heller, the mueioo-magioian, makes his first appearance to-night, Business is improving. The cargo of sugars, ex Elizabeth, from Mauritius, has brought fall prices at anotic-H, It is raining.— Empire. It appears that the seizure of Laokerstein's goods was made by Mr. Vale's others, against the sdvioe of the permanent ieadof the Customs. M'Nevin, oharged with eoatiliag the ketch Novelty, on which an insurance has been effected, has been acquitted. A ease of cholera reported at Geelong exhibits more favourable symptoms. The oatient is a lumper, and u supposed to have contracted the disease from a Calcutta vessel. The hay harvest in the Geelong district runs fo...

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Supreme Court-This Day. BANOO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice and a jury of four.) CHADWICK V. SMITH AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day. Bahoo Ooott. (Bsfore his Honor Sir Alfred Btephen, Ohief Justice and a jury of four.) CBADWICK V. SHItTf AHD OTOTITm. The evidenoa on behalf of plaintiff in this aotion was, this morning, resumed, The case has not yet terminated, Jobi Couet. .(Before his Heaor Mr Justice Fauoett, and a jury cf four,) SMART V, LXKHOir. This aotion had net, when we went to preu.tw minatei.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"FORMOSA." To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

'FORMOSA.' 2* .Hit Xittor of the Evening Ntm. Sir— I'hsra really been quite amazed to bear the great outcry against ' Formosa,' the latest production of Dion Boucioault What doas all this prudish nonsense mean? I have been myself upon two occasions to witness it, and eaw several ladies ana gentlemen present too, and cor the life of me I oan't make out what there is to be eo much horrified at It wonld, Sir, I think, be well for those who make this ' much ado about nothing' te employ their time in correcting the morals and abases in this city, instead of straining at gnats while they swallow camels wholesale.. I am, Sir, youn, &o., PATERFAMILIAS New Gaming Act. — An Act was pasted at tbe close of the late Session ts provide for tha prevention of gaming in pnblio places in Scotland. It is enacted that all chain-droppers, thimblere, loaded-dice players, card-sharpers, and other persons of similar description, who' shall be found in any public place, or. in any grounds open to th...

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The Commissioner for Publio Works has given notice for the iDtroduo'.ion of a bill to guarantee 5J per ??ent. to eBconrage the oonstruotioa of a railway to Laoipede Bay and Port Maodonnell, via Narraooote, Penola, and Mount Gambier. The oorn market is depressed ; wheat is obtainable at 5s. 3d.— Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS.-November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

gripping* ARRIVALS. -November 17. Lady Denison, brig, 129 tons, Fernie, from to ganui 6th instant Passengers— Mr. and Site. Hall, Messrs. Balone, Barf, Spurdk Learmonth, Diokin son* and Co agenU. Gttfton, steamer, Mann, from Grafton 15th inttant. PsEseagtra — Mrs. Garrard, Miss Garrard, and Mies Furdoogs, Messrs. Fairclough. Fsrns, L. Trsvu-6, P. Trovers Garrsra, Knox, Melmott, Ball, Slew, Perigo, Marram, Hardaker, Turner, Halbeiton, Layeoek, and 6 in the steerage. 0. and B R.SN. Co. agents. November 16. Bangatira, steamer, 700 tone, Paddle, from Mel bourne 15th instant PasBSHgeis-Bev. W. White, Dr. Footman, Messrs. E. Lindsay, J. E. Taylor, G. Blait.il, J. Hait, W. Blylh, W. Guns, J. Ourwen, J. ThKckmorton, and 20 ia the steerage. For Auck land— Messrs, W. Montgomery, J. Griffith, W. Orrocks,', Master T«ry and eemnt, and 10 in tie ?Merajtft, A.8.N. Co. agents. Platypne, eteamer, 200 tons, Creer, from Madeay River. 0. and H B, S, N. Co. agents, DEPASTURE.— November 17. Toscmite, shi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

PABBAMATTA AND SIT£ STEAMBBS, at about Half the Bailway Bated. From King-etreet— 7, ? 11, 1, 3, 5. Front Parramatta- 6.60, 7.30, 9. 11, 1, 3, 5. Galling -t Hunter's Bill,' Gladesville, Nee Poll Byde, BTewington, EnningtoD, Subiaoe. Children— Baleen return, 6d. only. n*J3L XT B, N. 8. N. 0 O HBEBpJ^^^y*^' ^ ? ''* SBaHKll SYDNEY TO THE HUNTER. THIS THDBSDAY NIGHT, at 11, the CITY 0 NEWCASTLE. OTW0A8TLB TO SYDNEY. The MORPETH TO M0BB0W, FBIDAY MOBH ING, at 10. J J. THOKAS, Msnigts, OSom, loot ef Siarket-etreet. aS^^v JL BTBAM NAVIGATION OOK jSttffi^j^PANY'S STEAMSHIPS— TO HUNTBB BIVBB. 00ONANBABA, Tomorrow Night, Faiday, at 11. TO MELBOUBNB. BANGATIBA, Saturday AfUtDo--n, at 3. Fsms— Saloon, £6; return. £10; Storage, £1 10s. J ? TO AUCKLAND. CITY OF MELBOURNE, This Afternoon, a 6 p.m. Taking Passengers and Cargo toe all thi Porte in the Northern Island. TO BBI8BANE. LADY YOUNG, Saturdav Afternoon, at 2.30. TO MAEYB0BOUGH. BLACK SWAN, This Afternoon, Thunder, at S. TO EO0KHAMPTON. EGMON...

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Commercial. Thursday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Commercial* Thnndav. i am. Mr. T, W, Craven held a sale by aoetion this morn Ug, on the H.B.N.&N. Oo.'e Wharf, of lucerne and oatea hay and itraw.and sold about 60 bales, at prices ranging from 20s per ton upward* There was a poor attendance o£ the trade, buyers being very well stocked, The demand in the import market yesterday was entiiely confined to email lots for the immediate wants of the trade, Small quantities of ale and porter, in wood and glass, have quitted at laet week's rates, and spirits have moved off steadily. Kerosene was sold at 2s 2d, bat the market is very quiet. Oils of all kinds are low, oocoaxut beiBR purchasable at a reduction of 10a per tnn. 'Ggrnsacke were taken at lie 9d, but can be obtained at a lower figure. Woolpaoks are a dull sale at 3s 4d to 3s 8i for 10 to 101 lbs. Dried fruit and oilmen's Etores are steadily taken by tbe trade in small quantities, and maintain full rates. Currants of a good quality are getting scarce. Pbikce of Walk Opeka Ho...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Execution at Beechworth HISTORY OF THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

Execution at Beechworth HISTORY OF THE MURDERER. On Thursday morning, James Smith, convicted at the October sitting of the Beechworth Circuit Court, of the murder of his wife Elizabeth Whilihan or Smith, suffered the extreme penalty of the law within the walls of the Beechworth Gaol. Some forty or fifty persons, including the gaol officials, were present to witness the execution. The public were admitted shortly before 9 o'clock, and at that hour, or a few   minutes previously, the Sheriff entered the condemned cell, where Smith was engaged in prayer with the Rev. Father Egan, his Spiritual adviser. With the Sheriff also entered the individual known as "Tom the Devil,"   who acted as the finisher of the law on this occasion. Smith having been pinioned, the ghastly procession made its way to the scaffold, which was fixed in one of the corridors of the gaol, but a few steps from the condemned cell. The Sheriff came first, then the priest in his robes, repeati...

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CRIMINAL COURT.-Wednesday. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) The Brougham-place Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869

CRIMINAL COURT— Wednesday. FIRST DOUBT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke) The Brougham-place Murder. At the time of our going to Press yesterday this case was not concluded. John Mason, under remand from the last sittings of the Criminal Court, charged with the wilful murder of one Elizabeth Moore, alias Strutt, was placed in the dock. Thomas Hopgood deposed: I am the son of the landlady of tho Fountain of Friendship HoteL On the 28th of May prisoner was at our house. Agnes Larkins was in the house also. She was drunk, but able to take care of herself. Prisoner and Larkins were in the room next the bar together. I was reading a paragraph in the Evening News about the woman being found in a bag in Brougham-place, Agnes Larkins said she knew something more about that. I was present afterwards when she gave some informa- tion. A few minutes afterwards a constable was seen. By Mr. Belinfante: Agnes Larkins is an habitual drunkard. George Hopgood deposed that on the sight of the 27th...

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