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FRANKLIN ISLAND AND ITS DENIZENS' [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

FRANKLIN ISLAND AND ITS 11ENIZENS' Whilbt the iutr.iductiou of the .-almou into Tasmania may In1 i-'insiiltrcd t!ip greatest triumph of Australian ni-i-liinatisatuni, and i.s regard ed with inter 'st by f-wry lover of progress, there nre other effiTt--; in tilt1 ivime ilirection that well d; serve to be remembered. And amongst the most nota ble are the nourishing aecliinatisationsocieties, such as Kew' South Wales has not as yet to Ixiast of. Societies which, if one such could be formed here, 'would be of the greatest benefit not only to the people of to-day, but to those of succeeding1' generations. Tho influence for good of such associations it is hardly possible to over-estimate.. It will not l-e out of place liere to look around and eee what has been done by our neighbours towards introducing into tlicir respective colonies the animals biidi, and fishes that tire, not indigenous to them. As we have already referred to Tasmania, in our account of the introduction of salmon, it ma...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

DIARY.— JiHDABr 25. ^T T~ ffighWater. Sun Sun M , ^a ? ?„ ? Bfe'- S^- ? Even. | Mora. fcfi' I *% I aifc'- Its I \7 February.— New Moon— 1st. lh. 45.4m. a.m. Cfte evening Jteto, TUESDAY, JANTIABT 2S, 1870.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOOTH'S SYSTEM OF SUGAR MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

TOOTH'S SYSTEM OF SUUAli MAKING. Of the system so fully explained by Mr. Tooth in a lecture at Maryborough, the Produce. Market Renew say», ' In an ordinary vacuum pan, the top of the liquor alone forms the evaporating surface, and evaporation would, of course, be more rapid were a greater portion of the liquid exposed. The jnost notable feurare of Mr. Tooth's invention consists in pumping the juice down from the top of the vacuum pan, at the moment of granulation, through a rose. The juice is thus distri buted in small streams through the air contained iu the evaporating vncuum chamber, and tlie surface exposed, as compared with the old system, is said to be as 100 to 50. The evaporating chamber differ* from the old vacuum pans in shape, being, to speak roughly, a long cylinder, with the ordinary round pan at the top and bottom. The juice, before leaching the evaporating chamber, is pumped up through a number of pipes surrounded by steam in a cylinder. The following advantages are ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

We are on the eve of another anniversary of the foundation of this colony. Eighty-two years ago, the first band of colonists set foot u. on the land. They were a motley croup ; hond. and free ; the watched and watchers. Who, then marking the handful of England's criminals who landed here, and the few j fcoldiers who guarded them could have dreamed i that out of so unpromising a beginning, such j a glorious result would follow ? It is unlik ly j that any of those -who first settled here, wheth r felons or otherwis , are alive how. But, if there be sucli among i us, how must he marvel at the rapid trans- I formation which Las taken place ! The wild i bush ; the primitive huts of tun first settlers ; the grim aspect of prison life ; the clank of : chains and fetters — these are of the past, j The change that has come over the scene is j the inost remarkable that ever took place in tlie history of a people. No longer does an ; arbitrary governor rule us as he willed. We have free instit...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPROVEMENT IN SUGAR MAKING APPARATUS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

IMPROVEMENTS IN SUGAR MAKING Al'l'AUATl'S. On Monday lust wo were invited tn notice the work ings of tho new apintruhis invented by Mr. Escudier for the manuui'cture of sugar. Wo could not do otherwise than coiisnatulutc the inventor on this new method of kettles, tin; manner in wliich thuy air adjusted is far superior to any which luive appDiired up the present time. Hy this new proi'tws of manufac turing, the work is simplified in u surprising manner, as 11 single person can easily atttenil to nil the kettles at the same time. By means of tuucnU ur stoppers, the canu juice and syrups puss, from onu kettle, to the other without being ubli.ircd to use buckets, as is tin casr with the old, which necessities a Iosj of tune, and which is morodiflieult, in transporting the .\vni2-s from 0110 lcoti.il- to tho other, lly means of pipes which encircle the kettles, the skimming is performed of itself, and at the moment of ebullition the skum falls into a bucket designed for the purpose and ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH EUROPE, VIA CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

STEOI COSBrrXNlCATION WITH EUEOPB, I VIA CAJjIFORNIA. ' Tl e following cony of .a letter reeeived by the mail lias been banded to ns for publicntion : — i [Copy.] ? ' Rectory-house, MJajtin'BJahe, Cannon^street, ' London: E.O, 3rd December, 1 869. ' loathe Honorable the Chief Secretary of 'State Tor j .??????? '-: _Ifevt;S6iith 'Wales! _ '; ' ' Honorable Sirj-^-Wo have We honour -to inform you ihat a committee of English and Australian gentlemen having been formed in tbe month, of September last, with the object of establishing a new, cheap, rapid, and improved route between Europe and Australia through America, in lee? than forty days; effecting a saving of 20 per cent, in time and 40 per cent, in money, have now concluded arrange nienffe for the intended sen-ice by means of a line of ateaiiers from Milford Haven . to : Portland, and another line in correspondence from. San Fran cisco! to Sydney, by a-' company, to be styled the Atlantic and Pacific Mail Steamship Corporation, whic...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOLD-FIELD OF NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

THE GOLD-FIELD OP XOKTHEJftN QUEENSLAND. The following account of a journey from the Gulf of Carpentaria to the gold-field of the Gilbert liange is % a correspondent of the Cleveland Ban Express : — I left the town of Norman for the gold-fields on the Gilbert Ranges. The first twelve miles woo over the western bank of Norman River to Normanford. Tho country to the west was densely timbered with blood wood, striugy-bark, and several species of eucalyptus ; along the river banks grew the hibiscus cambodja, seringa sevcrinia, aud numerous acacias. The rocks on the surface were silurian limestone and conglomerate ironstone. The ford of the Norman is about thirty feet in width, with precipitous sides, the top having been worn even with the erosion of the running water. Here the river spreads out and has the semblance of a hike, aud in this region the future depot of the Gulf will no doubt lie built. Vessels of light draught can come to the ford ; the tidal influence is felt for some dist...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Tuesday 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

Tciesraras, This Utey. MELBOUEKE.' ? .s--.--r.-L T-t- r ffiuesdaff'jS p.tn. r.i I - The ieafeis sji'iiti5; mo^ifiedand rain threatening! ^esferttiy we tEesmometer was 107 in the shade. - .Tlie London Board of Trade has reversed Uie Melbourne Navigation Board's decision in suspend ing j the certificate of Captain Tmnijjcll, ot the Explorer, for six months. Id the case of C. J, Davis, a passenger from Eng land! by the Torkshire, the evidence of the charge of fbrgfery is slight, but the magistrates have granted a remand toJjondon. ? ? - - - - : ' ? ?' ? There has been no opposition as yet to the re election of Ministers. Tie shopkeepers have called aa indignation meet ing, (consequent on the action of the Corporation in forcibly' removing ;n6yandah,6ignb6ards. . j ' '* Tnesday, 4 p.m. , HThe Eev. Mr. Bertram has written to 'the Argun, stating that iis absence from home for- twenty-four houif was 'unavoidable. Tfyc weather is calm and muggy. THe Argus contends that the extension of the ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIFIC STORM AT DRAYTON, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

TERRIFIC STORM AT DRAYTON, QUEENSLAND. The Toowoouiba papers of Wednesday, the 19th instant, advise us of a frightful storm nearDrayton, on Saturday week. It seems to have been the most violent of the season, and we regret to say has already been ascertained to have been followed by loss of life, as well as considerable damage to property, Mr. William Bennett of Drayton, who was at the time returning from work, met with his death from being struck by the lightning. It appears that the deceased took shelter under a large ironbark tree which stands at the head of Lawrence-street, near Mr. Allen's paddock, and while there two men passed by and cautioned him against remaining in so dangerous a place, but Bennett did not take the warning, con sidering no doubt he was comparatively safe, and preferring the Fhelter from facing the storm, which was at the time very fierce. Nothing more was heard of deceased till next morning, when some young lads looking for horses saw him lying dead under ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

SKIPPING. ARRTVAIS.— January 24. £oa 21th September. Young and Lark, agents. . John. Kaoi, barque, 272 tons, Jenkins, from Port i Cooper. Leirmontli, i)ickiB6oa,-aridC'o., agents. ? ' - MuYangs, steamer, 474 tons, Clark, from Melbourne ^Twofold Bay 21st instant Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Bandmann, child, nurse, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Byrne and family (3), Mrs. Sainty, Rev. J. Aahniead, Messrs. Johnson, Curtis, Dodds, Otway, A Boyd, James, Swan, E. K. Smith, Perryman, Long land, master LongUind, and 25 in the steerage. W. H. Smith, agent January 25. lady Denison, 22 tons, Fernie, from Wanganui. Passengers — Miss Foreman, Miss Farnie, Miss Powell, Messrs. J. Allen, and 1*. Adam. Leannonth, Diclrin son, and Co., agents. Jane, schooner, 62 tons, Wetterton, from St. Law rence (Queensland). Captain, agent. Balclutna, steamer, 272 tons, Hill, from Rockhanip ton 2Stli :nsttuit. Passengers— Sirs. Gilbert and ser vant, Mr. and Mrs. Uobler and family, Messrsr. J. Kilman, J. Lang, G. N. Griffi...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

riHEAP EXCURSIONS. — ANNTVER \J SARY DAY.— The steamers GEM and ADELAIDE ^ JSd'bSS*^-7, 9, 11a.m., 1, 3 5 7, 11 p.m. ? Children— Saloon, return, Cd. only. ? ?ju XT R. N. S. N. CO. ?- i^J^, Sydney to the Hunter. HL, (Tuesday) NIGHT.at 11, the MORPETH. Newcastle to Sydney, v MOBPETH, on THURSDAY MOENTNG, at 7. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Oflios Foot of Market-atrcet ? nBE NEW ZEALAND FIRK AXD |_ .MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. ntscribed Capital ? £250,000 udup Capital ? 55-S&2 serve Fund ? 20,000 With unlimited liability of shareholders. riip undersigned arc empoivcred to accept FIRE RISKS .Jcrety description of MARINE INSURANCES (including nlks) on themost favourable terms. Policies issued In Triplicate if required, ana payable in oniion, or st either of the Company's Agencies. Claims nd justed with tho utmost promptitude. EDWAKD CHAPMAN and CO., Agents, Sydney. r Y. POCKLEY, Marine Surireyor. [VICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE, LIFE, AND MARINE. United Capital ? ...,£2,200,000 Local D...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

A Sl'KAKTKn M.auiisi:. Trofcssor Fabcrs sncaldii' machine is to be t.\l.iliiUil a; Hamburg during the con° Bnuanccof theliiti-rnationul Hortraiituijil Kxhibition It is said to artieula:e vanous words, and even to answer questions l.y simple wuU-nses with w,,,,,lrrful distinctness. PEUE.-.TMAMsM.-In reference to the coming contests betweeu the colonial cluimpjon Hants, and the chain jnon of Kngland. Hewitt, die Melbourne Ayr says ? - ?Several most absur.l ruinoui-s have bcon atloat r.ceutlv about the backers of Hewitt paving forfeit in the match with Harris. Thee have lilt^iightet foundation in fact, Tli.- truta of i Ik, ,,,.,-a. r i- tliat Hewitt, J !ird and Topley ,.re so wuMio.1 i^.-.t li,«itt am In^t Han,;; that they have a«tu«n»e-l Uieir- cinplovcnt to put every aupence of the mowy they will make in the colonies on the issue In „,-.!.,- to bring them into proper form, Ledger lias it:, ? -I,,.- three men to Brighton, Where m future they ».:: ta!ic their necessary exer

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

SYDNEY MARKETS. Butcher's meat— Beef, per lb lid, inuttou lid, pork 4id to 5d, vcaL 3d to Od ; hunb, per quarter, 2s Gil to 4b. Poultry -Fowls, per couple, 2s !-d to 3s, ducks, 3s wild ducks 3s 6il, teal Is (id, gcuse 4s to(is, turkeys 8s to 16s, pigeons Is to Is 3d. Rabbits, per pair, 2s Cd to 3s; roasting pigs, each, 3s lid to 4s (id. Dairy produce— Butter, per lb. od to (id, cheese 3d to id, bacon 7d to 8d, bird (-d to 7d, eggs, pel- dozen, lOd. Vegetables— Potatoes, per cwt, 4» to 4b (id, onions 3s to 4s ; cab bages, per dozen, Is to 2s, lettuces U, pumpkins 4s to Cs, marrows Is to 2s, cucumbers Gd to Is, turnips per dozen bunches, Is to L's tid, carrots Is to Is (id, parsnips Is to Is Ud, ln-utrout ;is to 6s, leeks 3s to 4s rhubarb Is to 2s, cidcry ijs to 9s ; green peas, per bushel, 5s to 6s, French beans 3:. to 4s, bi-oad beans 2s to 3s. Fruit-Oranges, per case, 20s, lemons 10s, apples Ss to 9s, pears 4s to 5s, greengages 10s, peaches 2s to 8s, plums 8s, nectarines r)3 lo 8s,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARK FELTON, HIS ADVENTURES. PERILS, AND ESCAPES CHAPTER IX.—SAVED.—A STEP IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

? — — ? ? MARE FELT ON, HIS ADVENTURES. FEEILS, AXD ESCAPES Obapter IX.- Saved. -A Step ik Ltfe. As the iiiglit closed iu, Mark still lay iusen&ible on the raft. A light breeze now blew off the land, and propelled the vessel slowly to the westward. The in shore current seemed exhausted : at any rate, its influence unon the raft was not porceptible. Through the night. Mirk lay stunned, and lost to all cmiBciousnessTof his terrible position. It was not until day broke that he recovered hi« senses. Around him there was nothing but a wisce of miter. He clasped his hands together with a cry of despair. But »oon the courage of the lad returned to him. He felt, too, the demands of hunger and thirst, ami set about to satisfy them. Happily, he found his pro visions in good order; and. tun-ing eaten a hearty meal, now felt more hopeful. As the day wore on the wind freshened, uutil at last it blew pretty stiffly— still off 'the land. The raft be haved handsomely, riding over the waves ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

THE ATJ3TKALIAN TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. J?niCE 6d. Contents of the Third Issue. Page. Late English News by the Mail— Colonial Telegrams— Editorial Notes ? 2,3 Intercolonial and National Interests- Steam Communica tion— Telegraphic Extension— Intercolonial Commercial Interests . . . . . . . . . . ... 4 Coroner's Inquests— Accidents and Offences .. .. S IntercoUuiil Neivc -Victoria, Queensland, New Zea land .. .. ? 6 Later from Europe and America -.i ',. ... 7 Leading Articles— The Newi by the Mail— Jupiter, Help C,!-'FG;.U:riiil .. .. .. .. .. 6 Design for Museum «nd Public Library (icitli illusira iioi.)~ German Malleable Castings— Everett's Aconstlc Telegraph .. .. .. .. .. .. 9 The Weather— The New Parliament-Spontaneous Com bustion of Wool-Wool and Silk— Exploration and Dis- ? cover)- ? 10, II The Preservation of Stock— Siring Fences Across Streams ('ritti utititt-Httoiis) —Inoculation forPleuro-pneumonia — Care of the Horse . . . . . . . . . . 12 Noxious Weeds of Cumberl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOMINATION FOR LIVERPOOL PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

NOMINATION FOR LIVERPOOL PLAINS. A meeting of the electors for the district of Iivgrpoei Plains look place on Friday, in the Comt-houtc, lauj. worth, for the purpose of nominating a candidate -to represent the district, the seat for which had becom* vacant by reason of the acceptance of office by the hon Charles Cowper, Esq., as Colonial Secretary. The Returning-Offlcer (John Gill, Esq.) opened the proceedings by reading the writ, and then called .upon the proposer of Mr. Cowpei- to nominate that gcntle luaj l Mr. P. G. King said that he scarcely expected when they met the other day for the purpose of nominating & candidate that they should so shortly have to meet to gether again to perform the same duty, but the late Colonial Secretary having been compelled, irom pecu niary embarrassments, to resign office, and Sir. Cowper having accepted tlie office so resigned by Mr. Robert Bon, his seat to which he had been elected by this con stituency became vacant. He had no doubt the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. MONDAY. (Before Messrs. J. B. Smith and A. Thompson.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

WATKH POLICE COUKT. -Mqkuai, (Before Messrs. J. I?. Smith and A. Thompson.1. Luke Klynn, for carelessly driving a horse attached to a cab on* the South Head IJijuJ, was lined 20s, or seven days to gaol. Janu-.s White, who Lad reri'&tod a eonsUble in the execution of his duty, was fined 20s, or seven rlavs' impri?onTr.r-r!t. James Siddull was charged with attempting to rescue a prisoner who had been arrested by a con stable, lie was an old offender, and was fined 1 0', or in default seven diiyd to gaol. Margaret Downey was brought before the Court for protection, being supposed to be of unsound mind. Countable Roilly Elated tliat ho arrested the priboncr on Sunday. She 'behaved in :» manner which led him to conclude that her mind was disordered. Drs. Kgan and Shaw, who had examined prisoner, lveom mendeil her removal to a lunatic asylum. Mrs. Kelly, -with whom prisoner h.id for some lime, lodged, staled that her behaviour had for sonic time past been eeecnti-ic in the extreme...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day The Mysterious Case, OF THE YOUNG WOMAN FOUND DROWNED NEAR PYRMONT BRIDGE. ADJOURNED INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

Coroner's^ourt/EhisDay The Mysterious Case, OF THE YOUNG WOMAN FOUND DROWNED NEAE PYKMONT BRIDGE. ATjJOURKED IlIQUEBT. The inquest upon the body of the voung woman, Margaret Boyce, who was found floating in the wat*r near Pyrmont Bridge, on the morning of Wednesday last was this morning resumed before the City Coroner at the Observer Tavern, George-street. The evidence was as follows : — William Webb said : I reside at PyrmoBt. I re member last Thursday morning, hearing that the body of a woman had been found in Darling Harbour, near Pyrmont Bridge. I got into a boat with my informant, Robinson, and vent to the body. It was drifting face downwards. I placed a rope round it, and towed it ashore. Before 'riving at the shore I turned the body aver to prevent &e face from being scratched on the rocks. In doing this I found tiie arms quite lissome ; the legs (more especially the left leg) were drawn up. To so great an trtent was tins the case that we thought at first the corpse o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Courts, This Day. The Alleged Fraud on the E, S., and A. C. Bank. (Before Captain Scott.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

Police Courts, This Bay. The Alleged Fraud on the E , S-, and A. O. Bank ? ,: /Before Captain Scott.) James Colder, under remand from Friday, was again brought before the Court in custody, charged with con jpiring to defraud the English, Scottish, and Australian (bartered Bank of the gum of £400. Mr. Roberts appeared for the prosecution; and Mr. Dalley, instructed by Mr. Williamson, for the de Mary Eogere AVhitford deposed: I live atBoBecot tage, East-street, Bedfera. I received a brown paper parcel tied, and sealed the day before New year's Day. I gave evidence in the case against Salisbury and Gregg. I received the parcel from Herbert Salisbury, a son of one of the defendants. I gave that parcel afterwards to detec tive Elliott just as I received it I gave it to Elliott in the same state as I receivedtt. I gave it to Elliott on the Monday following. By Mr. Dalley: I don't know the prisoner. I have known the Salisbury* for some time. The little boy said to take cateof the parcel fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

BKISBANTE. Mondav. The mail for England left here this morning for Sydney, by Cobb's coach-— Herald.

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