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GOULBURN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

GOULBUKN'. Mondav. At the Quarter Sessions, Edward Byrnes, for horse stealing, was sentenced to two years ill Darlinghurst jjaol; Bernard Donclly, for larceny, six months' im prisonment ; Patrick Coghlan, for assault, twelve months' in Dai-liughurst gaol. — Hsralri.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORONER'S INQUEST. DEATH IN GOAL RESULTING FROM INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

OOEO^ER'Sr INQUEST. Death in Gaol resulting fboh Ikteotubaxoe. An inqnert iraa »m Monday morning held before the City Coroner at her Majesty's gaol, at' Datiinghurst, iippn^ebody of a prisoner named Frederick Brown, wbi- e&irea there on Sunday. The following was the evidence:— Michael Burke, chief warder, stated that deceased was received into the gaol on the 21st January last, under and in pursuance of a warrant signed by Captpin Scott, P.M., wherein Brown was charged with being of unsound mind, and by virtue of which he : was penianded to Darlinghurst for seven days' medic:.! treatment.. Dr, Aaron, the visiting surgeon, saw Lim (deceased) on his admission, 'nnd sent him to tbe insane department, to which place he had to be assisted from the van, in consequence of the weak condition he was in. On Saturday last about 11 p.niJ pursuant to information received, witness went to the insane department and found deceased very viole at. He then seat for the acting dispenser (Franci...

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

MELBOURNE. Monday. W^ldock's Canary jumped five feet ten in Kirk's Bazaar to. day. Offers have been made to lay 5 to 1 that Canary jumps six feet and arc not taken. Jtri Whiieman, SI.L.A., was sightly hurt to-day, by being thown out of his buggy on the larra Falls bridge. Maize is dull at 3s yd. per bushel. Monday. 3 p.m. The City of Adelaide is to sail for Sydney to-day ; thcWonga AVonga on Wednesday, and Eangatira on Fridaj-. The thermometer was 150 in thu sun yesterday. The weather is close and sultry to-day. There was a great fire in Carlton-streot, St. Kilda, yesterday. Three houses were burnt. Thji Kov. Mr. Dixon, of rioTiTani-phorf. SI- KiWn, has unaccountably disappeared from his home since Friday. Maize is being offered at 3s 9d per bushel. Bayers unwilling to purchase heavily. The opera season is to he opened by Lya tor's Company on the fith February. diaries Davis, the forger, has been remanded to London, and is to be sent by the Anjjlusea. Mr. Samuel AValdock's horse, Ca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 January 1870

BIRTHS.         On the »u ptcembffl-, 1^, »t Iher residence, Belgrave Urraco, DarTlngnurat, Mrs . JohnM*E*e^oTason. On Uie 14th Januirj-, at Mnntham, Mrs. C H. A. King, of On the I8th Janoaiy, at Lanyon, the wife of J. J. M'Carthy, £eq oi a daughter. On the 22nd January, at 193 Macquarie-street, Mrs. Edward Sn the^rd January, the wife of C. A. T. Bowden, of a 'on the 23rd Januarj-, at Eedfem, the wife of Wffliam G. ?Wisdom, of a son. On the 24th January, at her residence, Hissenden Eoad, Newtown the wife of T. W. Craven, commission agent, 121 Sussex-street, of a son. Both doing well. MARRIAGES. On the 30th December, 1S69, by special license, at St. Mary's by the Rev. T. M'Carthy, Mr. M. Dunn, native of England to Miss B. Byrnes, native of Ireland. On the 13tU January, at Wiekllff Church, Loannouth, TPic toria bv the Kcv. E. S. Baddlff, A.B., brother of the bride, assisted bv the Eev. G. W. Torrance, A.M., John Vork Hsh bourne 11 D....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

AERA.TED and FERMENTED BREAD and BISCUIT COMPANY. NOTICE is hereby given that tlie First UALF-VEABXV MEKTIN-'. of the Shareholders will be held at the Office of the Company. 28 Hunter-street, on THURSDAY, 27Ui January 1S70, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of receiving the Directors' Report, and for the transaction of tucli other business as may be brought for the meeting. JOHN HAMILTON, Manager. Sydney, lltli January, 1SV0. \Tt7ILLOW LODGE, Newtown, next to T T residence of the late Mr. Felix Wilson, contains dining, drawing, and i bedrooms, kitchen, laundry, fruit and flower garden and lawn ; constant supply of good water. — Apply to AETHUE Cl/BITT, Bridge-street TO LET, a SHOP and PARLOUR: 8s. ««k. Comer of Raglan and Pitt streets, Waterloo. TX7ANTED, a Tidy SERVANT GIRL. » T Apply, Mis. REYNOLD'S, Foystfeet, Happy Volley. Balmain. \T7 ANTED, everybody to know that the *' T ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL is open, near the Grafton Wharf. F. MOBLEY, proprietor, late of the S.S. City of Uew...

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Mysterious Murder at Deloraine, Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

Mysterious Murder at Deloraine, Tasmania. At the Supreme Court, TjauncoRton, on the 13lh and Hth instant, liis Honor the Chief J ustico (Sir Valentine Fleming) heard the following case : — George Conboy was charged with the wilful murder of KUcn Caine, nt Deloraine, on Sunday, the 21st November, 1SG9. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Messrs. Douglas and i Kocher. I The following evidence was taken :— Mary Ann .Tarman deposed : 1 was in the service of Sir. James Home, of Delorainu, on the '21st November last. I had a fellow-servant named Ellen (Jaiue. She was about twenty-two years of jure. I knew the prisoner Uonhov. 1 had seen liim ;it Sir. Home's. He came there to see Kllen (.'nine. He had been there se veral times before. I sf»v him on (he '21st of November. I was with him and Ellen Cuine and Mary JIarkcy on the Esplanade. Mr. Home's house fronted on 'the Esplanade. We p.irted com pany at the Parade. Ellen Caine and John Conboy went away together. I can't say ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deputation from the Gold-fields. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

Deputation irom the Gold-fields. A deputation, consisting of George Alfred Lloyd, Esq.! M.P. ; W. Church, Esq., M.P. : and E. W. Emmett, Esq waited upon Ministers, on Tuesday morning, at the Colonial Secretary's office, with reference to resolutions passed at a public meeting, lielil at tlie Trunkcy Gald-fields, on tlio loth instant. Tlie Ministers present were the Hon. C. Conner. C.M.G., Colonial Secrectary, and the Hon. W. Forster, Minister for Lands. The lion. Saul Samuel was present portion of the time. Hie resolutions were— 'That the present administration of the Gold-fields laws should be amended as follow:—!. The appointment of an officer of. mines resident in Sydney. 2. BeducUon in the cost of miners' rights. 3. A greater protec tion to individual miners. 4. A change iu the mode of the commissioners present-duties. 5. The establishment of a com missioner's court. 6. That no unpaid justices of tlie peace be permitted to settle mining disputes. 7. That a more ex tended area be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH WILLOUGHBY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

NORTH WILLOUGHBY. A public meeting of ratepayers was held at Mr. Thomas Fuller's, Lane Cove Hoad, on Monday last, to consider matters connected with the municipality, and to take steps to secure the election of two qualified persons as aldermen. It was proposed by Mr. Ffrekoh, and seconded by Mr. Russell, that Mr. Power take the chair. ! The Craikman briefly announced the object of the meeting, and called upon Alderman ilussELL, who moved that Messrs. Ffrench and Barnett were fit and rtroper persons for election as aldermen of tlie Municipality of North Willoughby. Alderman Russell said that all would admit that the Biiutlcinen whom he had proposed were men well qualified for the duties which would devolve upon them, while the fact that they were personally interested in the welfare of the district made it par ticularly desirable that they should be returned. Mr. Seldojc, who thought it would not be desirable to have the municipality divided into wards for the present, seconded the ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESTITUTE CHILDREN'S ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

?^ESTITTJTE CHILDREN'S ASYLTJM. Tlie eighteenth -annual meeting of the society for the relief of the destitute children was held yenterda afternoon in the Eandwick Asylum. As usual on Buch occasions a large number of the friends of the institution were assembled there. For some time nrnviaiis to Hie meetine the visitors were inspecting the new buildings and the various improvements in the premises. Bince the last annual meeting the new house ior the superintendent has been completed. This is an ornamental and commodious building. Its com pletion gives much more room in the Asylum. The Catherine Hayes Hospital is now nearly finished. Its external appearance is fine, ana its spacious apartments will for flie future prevent the necessity of keeping sick children within the institution. The kitchen has been furnished with a new range and a new series of steam boilers. A steam engine has been erectet for this row of ?buildinge, by which, tlie processes of cooking, washing, and mangling a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

BTJBTHB.- ' ? . On£ie3id January, at her residence, TCewtown, Mrs. F. MOndthe Mth SSnair. at her residence, Bourke-street, Burry Hills, Mrs. J.T. Jones, da daughter. _..... pn Hie 18th January, »t her residence, Wiverley, the wife ° On ihc'Sith .lamuuy, at Bnrwood, Oie wife of the Jlev. K. Ob tSe2ttb January, at her residence, Bydc, the wife of Coarse Face, of a son. ? ., On the 25th January, at her residence, ryrmonl, Jure. Charles F. Lamb, of a daughter. MARWAGES. „ „ On the 4th Januarr. by special license, by the Rev. E. Leigh, M Perrv Esq., SI.R.C.8.. L.S.A., Ac., toS&rah, only daughter of Joseph Bull, Esq., both of Goulburn. 1.0 cards. Ou the 15th Juiuirv, by special license, by the Rev E. Lexers, of SI I Anarew-s' Scots' Church, William Alexander, fourth son of George Crawford, Macquarfe-lane, Strawberry Hills Sydney to Eebccca Jane, youngest daughter of the late Ueorge Angel Lowe, of Bathuret. DEATHS. On the 15th November, 1809, atWinterbourne, near Bristol, in Oie 34...

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THE PHYLLOXERA VASTATRIX. To THE VINEGROWERS OF NEW WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

THE PHYLLOXERA VASTATRIX. To THE VlKEGEOWEIiS OK NEW SOUTH WALK. — By Jhe, last, mail -the -Noyfimbet -issue ot tht Bulletin de la Societc den Agrieultcurs de France has come to hand. It contains the report of 1hjaJconi mitieo appointed to investigate^ the new vine disease caused by the attack of an insect, the Phylloxera vattatrix. This new and fatal disease made its first appearane in the valley of the Bhone.ia 1865. In 186-H| attracted some attention ; in 1867 serious approhen? sions were entertained ; nnd in 1868it became gene ral, its effects fatal on some of the largest vineyards. The first symptoms of the disease consist in spots of a circular shape in the heart of the vine, some times on the edge. The leaf, of the vine attacked becomes gradually yellow, withers, and drops. The grape will ripen ; but, if the disease is intense, the fruit will not turn black. It will remain light red, almost pink, acid, aqueous, and without perfume. The wine made from such .grapes is ot inferi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIART.—January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

DIAB,Y.-JAHtIABT 26. ? ~ '~ High Water. Sun Sun Moon-8 ^^ ? Rises. Sets^ ? Even. | Morn. is i ^ i ^«- iai ^7 FiBBOABY.— New Moon— 1st. lh. 45.4m. a-m. WEDKESDAT, JA2fTJAET 2G, 1870.

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CORONER'S INQUEST. The Mysterious Case, OF THE YOUNG WOMAN FOUND DROWNED NEAR PYRMONT BRIDGE. ADJOURNED INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

CORONER'S INQtJ&ST. The Mysterious Case, OF THE YOUNG WOMAN iODJSD. 4)fiOWKED yr s-r- NEAS. PYRMONT BRIDGE. i? i C I .! ?'' Adjodbxed Ihodest. At the time of our going to press yesterday this case had not concluded. We now give the remainder of the evidence. I Plioel;-! Steel, re -called, and examined by t^ie _ G roner : I remember Sergeant Waters coining to Thame's last night and **p^^Birnnring to o'uen the box. ~ but he could not as it \fas locked. He went away to get the kjey, but upon his' return he found the box open. I am sure I never took any of Maggie's letters or opened her box. I remember a young man of Maggie's, who ma known as the 'Slab' because of his height 9ic told me, when the squadron was here, that she hkd been round the 'Chair' with the ^Slab.' 1 have seen the 'Slab,' but never perceived his face. She never gave me any other name for him besides ' the Slab.' He was not stout, b^it on the contrary very thin, and about five feet ten in height. I never saw hi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

The deputation that waited upon the Govern ment on Tue.-diiy with certain resolutions 'in the interest of the mining community, made representations which, we have no doubt, will meet with bee ming attention from the nresent administration. It was time that the miners endeavoured to organise some practi cable machinery for their own protec lion, and the advancement of those interests which may be legitimately pro tnoted without damage to others. We have sfaen that t'.ie squatters are once more concen trating their forces for the guardianship of the interest in which they are concerned. Even the free selectors, although not nearly so well represented as they ought to be, are far from being indifferent to the necessity of a watchful care over the administration of Ue laws under which they hold their lauds, and nothing but incessant occupation prevents a more effectual combination for their protection than at present prevails. A similar reason, no doubt, has hitherto prevented any effi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONOUR TO WHOM HONOUR IS DUE, To the Editor of the E[?]nina News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

HOXOUE TO WIIOM HONOUR IS DUE, To the Editor of the JSmiiim Xetcs. . Sir, — But yesterday the lovers of political integrity and sterling worth exulted over the decision of the country's grand jury and its verdict in favour of a man whose name is the very exponent of peace and liapiiiuoes in the land ; and to-day we have to re^rot circumstances which no doubt weigh beavilv on him and deprive us of his usefulness. The private aflairs of Mr. Hobertsou we are led to believe, necessitates his retirement from tbie office of Colonial Secretary. He loaves it. liow cv^r, in honour. It is not my wish, Sir, in these few remarks to advert to the 'infamous essays' of 'those other statesmen' in the past. The deeds of a good man told in tho most humble way wpl always command respect and admiration with out being filed, as it were, side by side with the vilest of corruptions. Certainly a vivid picture could be drawn in this way; but I must decline the task; not perhaps that I lack the artist in J h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY DAY, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

ANNIVERSARY DAY, 1870. The citizens of Sydney and the inhabitants of the suburbs right royally celebrated the Anniversary Day. Aquatics were in the ascendant in the harbour of Port Jackson; Ciemome had its crowds to . witness the extraordinary evolutions in the skating rink of Fro tessor Taylor, wbicn was rendered more agreeable to him by the presentation of a silver goblet, purchased from Messrs. Brockstayne and Sons, of King-street, by a number of his admirers and personals friends. Athol Gardens were attractive as ever to a considerable con course of persons, and at Balmoral, the /ions and Daughters of Temperance mustered in full force. The annual regatta was well attended, and the aquatic con tests were equally well sustained. Lady Macquarie's Chair and other points of interest were crowded by well-dressed spectators, and. much interest was dis played in regard to the rowing. A grand select picnic of the members of the St. Mary's Christian Doctrine Confraternity took place at Bi...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Tuesdav. W. Bakewell, late Crown Solicitor, died this morn ing of congestion of the brain ; he was universally respected. 'The Treasury stopped payment until after the passing of the Estimates. in this morning from the eastward, and continued heavily ever since. Important mineral discoveries are reported on Yorke's Peninsula, near Moonla mine; 960 acres taken up. ' A meeting of citizens takes place tei-nighl to con sider the propriety of lighting the city by gas. The corn market is unaltered. — Herald.

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Albert Ground Sports, THIS DAY, ALBERT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

Albert Ground Sports. THIS DAY, ALBERT HANDICAP. Williams ... ... ... ... 1 Head ... ... ... .. 2 Pyke ... ... ... ... 3

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

TELEGSAPB1C MESSAGES. MELBOURNE. »=m^»io^aW«l«sSl-»«tm,egJ,V.1il).mV - -MrrMitchelVQie broker, reports 'that ho has sold 60JbaIesjcornB»ckB at 11*. 9d-, duty paid. ' 7 ' - jHierells alight rain. , .1 ^ „ Tuesday. The Rev. Dr. Cowie, Bishop of Auckland, is a passenger by the City of Melbourne, steamer. * TnC Australia T)ijunnnf? f!nmTin«*r l*a»^n ^v.nA:..nJ .. telegram to the effect that ninety-nine diamonds were washed out last week. ' - i The Board of Trade hmreversed the decision come to in Melbourne in regard to Captain TrumMe, of the Explorer, and returned Me certificate! j The Afinisicrial solution is unchanged. ?;; The markets are very quiet. IThe weather has changed ; it is now showery, lmt siltry. : Feeding grains opened rather firmer. i Kerosene easier. j Flour dull and unchanged. ; Weather sultry, but signs of change.— HrraU.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 January 1870

SHIPPING. AT-T?TVAT.Q ? TotinDTV 9fv Platypus, stumer, 200 tons, Creed, from Clarence Kver 23rd Instant, via Newcastle. C. and E.R.S.N. Co., agents, DEPASTURES.— January 25. Alexandra, steamer, for Maryborough. Middlesex, ship, for London. Marion Kenny, schooner, for Fiji. Boomerang, steamer, for Gladston. CLEARANCES. ^-January 25. Harriet King, schooacr, 185 tons, Champion, for Hongkong. Blackbird, steamer, 531 tons, Hariey, for CardweU, via Gladstone and Kockhorapton. Passengers- Bliss Towns, Mrs. Besien, Mr. and Mrs. Chifton, 3 children, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Digby, Misses Athertons, MissBentley, Messrs. G. Young, Bain, W. Towns, and 22 in the steerage. . Alexandra, steamer, 445 tons, Groiugcr, for Mel bourne, Adelaide, and Kiug George's Sound. Passen gers, Mrs. C. J. Little, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. S. Lang, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Catchlove, Rev, J. Graham, Captain Burtinshaw, Messrs. W. N. Soalen, K.N., C. J. Little, Morrison, J. Anderson, C. Crump, Williams, H. Beaumont, Master Wat...

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