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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

MELBOUBNE. Wednesday. Numerous cases, supposed to contain drapery, ex Loch Katherine, were discovered to bo nearly filled with sawdust ; they had been heavily drawn aguinat by the shippers. Mr. Cohen replied to a deputation from the Ckim ber of (Joinmerca relative to the Pilot fciervico, tluiL the Government intend to introduce a. bill to amal gamate tho present Uoards, and give ono Ifririnu Board wiih oularuci nowers. A miner's wile, named Clion-igan, has boon ar rested on a charge of drowning her daughter, ;ip;ml seven yeira ; she is supposad to be iusiirie. Flour, in 20 ton low, has liecn sold at £12 per ton. but uiilleiy require £12 10s ; wheat, 5s 3d to as od. Messrs. Dalmahoy, Campbell, and Co. report that th-s cattle market u fully supplied ; inferior to medium is lower, but tiic best beef is still at iO* per 10U lbu. There is a good supply oi fut sheep ; 54 If) wethera are worth 8s por head ; 4S 11) owes, (is 6d. Me.«rd. Power, Kulhorford, and (Jo. report tho receipt of 1100...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDEN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

jt;:v-. -??. EDEK'. '.: Wednesday Xhe Kiama steamer croBScd flie bar at Morimbula this morning ; she had been detained there Fin-v- Saiiirjauy .with the ljoga and Eilen mails, and eighteen passengers, six of whom aro ladies. — llernld.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOXIOUS WEEDS OF CUMBERLAND AND CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

NOXIOUS WEEDS OF CUMBERLAND AND CAMDEX. Thu J'rosross Report of tho Solect Committee of the lust assembly on the Cumberland and Cuiu dou lJiithurst-biUT and Thistle Rill, as founded on the e'.iil.-iiouf.l. A. B dgery, Esq., Mr. J.H. liaUh, tlio Hon. Sir William Macaiihur, Knt., M.L.C., and J. Jforriee, Esq., SI. P., leads lo the inference that, while m-irh iniiy bo dime by the. Mulf-rcliunt uflbrls of our farmers and graziers towanla thi; ur.idiea.tion of tlie noxious, weeds complained of, thoro is really uonio n.'cis-sily fur lo^'isbjtins from thr subject, in urder lo their extirpation troni unocctipmn iioremxncni laiiiid, it bpimj aliiiost impossible fnr land owners to keen lh/-m down if they are allowed to bloosoiu un Crown luid', and the seeds permitted tu blow over the whole cou'iiry. ^aU generally speaking, tho provisions of lir. lioliorls's Hill were cumadoiaJ t jo pcrijiJipiory, Indued a com:nuuie;ition from W. It. Anlill, Esq., of AhbotBfurd, saj-n if tho measure had biH-oi...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Glance at the New Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

A Glance at the New Parliament. fhls morning at 12 o'clock, tuts business of thu first session of the new PariUmcnt commenced. Tbe public showed vary HttU interest in tht: matter, and the proceedings were charac terised by a. quietness and aniiiHcily which might be thought to augar wM for the future. Dut n5 tlierc is nothing so deceitful as a dad calm at sea, so wo suppose that the cnlmn=35 witii which the |irocc:1ing, were couductcd. is no indicatiuii n[ what U to come. The memberd of tlie Legislative AsRouiblr gathered numerously in th; Chamber at 1 2 o'clock, anil th^ Clerk read the proclaaiitioa of Uis Excellency the (Jovernor calling thmn together. As he finislied, a gentlemnn in ttghta and shoes caineintolheUh&mbcr, and via announced mthe Black Rod. The Black Itoi then informed the mamhers thit they w ore votntei in tlij Uppir (;himb;r. and Hereupon they al' followed him to ' aaolber place,' where several ladies had assembled to witui-ss the ceremony of reading the Ijo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE ELECTION TRICKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

THE J-ATE ELECTION TlttCKEKV. The TumtmrVi Examiner, of Saturday last, bus the following spirited and unequivocally accusatory articla on the late tampering of the leader of the Opposition with tlie proceedings of the electors at Liverpool Plains : It was not to be supposed that the unscrupulous Opposition who obstructed the transaction of all busi ness in the late Assembly would permit the re-election of Mr. Cowper without subjecting him to every species of annoyance. They are now carrying out the tactics wliich characterised them elsewhere, and have put forward a man to oppose his return who is a political nonentity —who has no eartldy claim on the consideration of the electors —and who can have no hope of being returned. At any time Mr. Pnrnoll would have but a small chance against even a moderately well known public man; but when it is remembered that he is oppi... ing one of our oldest aud ablest public servants — a man who has secured for the countiy nearly every lieneficial l...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Wednesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Wednesday, 8 p.m. The Hon. JIi\ Bakor's want of confidence motion lias beea carried against tho Government in the Council. H is suited that this will lead to the re construction of tho Ministry. There are Hoods in tho nortlmrn (iislricts, and some of tho mails are, in consequence, overdue. The Treasurer staled, in tho Assembly, that the Government are in favour of the removal of all im pediments in the way of the commercial intercourse of the colonies, and will endeavmir tn -r«t im li\ior colonial Couferenco arrangtd for as early as pussible. Frco trade with Victoria ianiost pavncijaxly dcsiveil. Mr. Carr's motion lias been carried, ftllirmuu; that \ha Government should join the Govranmeuts of Vie toriu, Tusinunia, and Western Australia, ia guar.m loeing 5k per cent, on the outlay to any conipnm that may establish telegraphic commiuiicaluin In - twoen the colnnicsand King George's Soujid.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

BUGGIES. FOR SALE or HIRE— the cheapest and . best rarietj- in Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite School J of Arts. 282, Pltt-EtraeL «— 7- J) 4 - DU LU LAS'S Ooaoh Factory, Pitt-Etreet VJ ? near Park-street Buggies and Spring Oartaalwiy ud band ; repairing and ualntlng done at tbe shortest notice. Wneeln Tyred, Mtmdiyi and FridiyB. Spring carts lent till the lepaics are executed, at reasonable prices. . OLONlAL OVEN 8— 1000 FOR SALE, n at reduced prices. J'AJITEDJGE'S TStaaluAatT Buthurat-etreet. COKllUGATED IKON— a few tons FOE SALE, at £26 UALV&XISED IE0N TAKEB, for preserving rain water. 100 to 2000 gallons. PARTRIDGE, BithurBt-Btreet. CiUNKRALS, FUNEEALS. Messrs. J.asd G. SHYING, of No. 739, GEOEGE-STEEBT oulJTH, opiioEite Christ Chur.fi ; 120 South Head Boad, near Palmer-street ; and Abercromble-street^ opposite St. Benedict's Church, beg respectfully to return thanks to their friends and the public in general, for the kind support tint they lutve received since dbeir coumenccm...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF IN SAN FRANCISCO. FIVE MILE TROTTING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

THK Tl'HF IN SAN 1-UANCltiCO. FIVE WILE TKOTTING MATCH. This lii-e-iiiil-eout-trotting race between lfoe Allc-u, Democrat, Hiram Woodruff, andl'acific, came off yester day over the lioldcn Gate Driving l'ark. lu spite of tho rather threatening appearance of the weather, a large crowd was collected at the Park before three o'clock. The mutch roadster nice for BOD dollars came on' first, being won by a black mare called Lady Fiauklin, beat ing the brown horse in two heats ; best time, 3 rain. Uii sees. Tbe horses were then called for Tin: nvi:-jin.K hack. Iu the pools the horses sold remarkably even. Hoe Allen, lleinnrl-iit:. ;.n-] Wnnilrllff sellilur for twenty dol lars apiece, and Pacific bringing liftecn duUai-s. Hiram was given the pole, lino Allen outside. There was sonic difference of opinion among the jmlgcs hs to whether it was a start or not, which, luckily, was uot heard by the drivers, and away they went. Hiram led, followed by Hue Allen, Pacific, and Democrat last. Democra...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

THUliSUAV, JAXUAIIY 27, l»7«. The proper relation between the colonies uitd the liiitiah empire coutinu-s to be nmtter of discussion iu the. Knglisli press. Aud tin result tif another ruontli s consideration seems i-- be tli nrnre doiiiiite expression of «|-in-itn in England, in favour of the conclusion tluit the consumniation to lie expected and prc Dared for in due time is the erection of tliu colonies into mdep ndeiit nations, knit t.i ^ctlier with thu mother country mid with one anoihrr by the memory uf their common origin, uud by all the sympathies thiit flmv froni it, by the liifHiitwiiauce of the feumu principles uf law and government, and by perpetual treaties of alliance. The Times, in a leading article on the subject, on the '27 th November, thus put the alternative un which the people of Eugkud aud lu'r coloiiies are called to prooounce — ' The time has come when the real equality cf Knylisli speaking comuiuuities must be' pursued to its legitimate consequences. The only ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY DAY. THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

ANNIVERSARY DAY. THE REGATTA Owing probably 't6 the numerous and varied attractions elsewhere, among which doubtless the Baby Show stood most prominently forward, the Anniversary Regatta iras this year not s« well patronised as it usually is. Still a large number oi persops, ^iosc penchant inclined towards acquatic amuEomente, made their way at an early hour to those prominent headlands which command an un interrupted view of that portion of the harbour tmiuKal Tut +.I10 \-arinnK rarnrs. The flajrship. which was ihe steamer Lady Bo wen, was but Beantly patro nised— hardly more than from one hundred and fifty to two hundred persons paying her a -visit. How ever, those who gave the preference to the exhibi tion of boating Bcienco must have passed a most agreeable day. The weather was propitious, the programme a. diversified and lenjjlhy one, and on board the Lady Bowen every attention was paid and care taken to ensure the comfort of those on board. An excellent brass band regaled the ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 January 1870

BIRTHS.       On the lSUi December, 1889, at her residence. Peacock s' PoiBt, Ba\m&ln, «ie lrifo ot Peter M'DonUd, of ?son. On the 21st January, at the Public School, Croki, Manning River, the wife of Mr. Alexander Lobban, of a son. On the flinJ JdnnaCT, at bet resiaoaCf*, ?« Crown-streel, Sufrv Iflus. Mis. TWfcrick Wyatt; of * soa OiSil Jannwj, et her KaMeaee.'BriunB.a TerrMe, Woollahra, Mrs. Steffanoni, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On iheim JMStauy.-bj- sped*! license, byMie Bev C. M. I-lodd, eldest sm of Giarlca Flood, Esq., of this dty to Mar^ Marr Brieais, second oldest daughUr of the late James Briears, builder, of this city.   Ou the 21st Januarj-, at the residence of the bri«e s uotiier, Daunsbllla Station, Stewart's Gap, by tbc Rev. James Adam, minister of the Scotch Church, Carcoar Andrew seeondmi uf Mr. John Sutherland, LeitIi,Sc.)Uand(N.^)^U. EjkriKth' third iiaugb(er of the late John Cliew, Bsq , at DtultttWIU.. D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ORANGE GROVES AND ORCHARDS OF PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

THE OfiANCrE OEOVES AJfD ORCHARDS OF J'AKRAMATTA, Is no part of Kew Soujji AVales axe there more delightful homes than those which 6tud tho town and suburbs of Farraniatta. JTot in ever}' instance tho retreat of Ihe high and wealthy — whose leisure is devoted to enjoyment, although there aro many abounding with all that art can produce, or luxury demand — but the genial, kindly homes of a class of yeomen, oi uuers ot toe bojJ, who Jjavuig in lonner times settled down upon grants of land, and. with an ' amount o[ industry, beyond all praise, changed the wilderness into verdant meadows, and superseded rugged gum trees by fruitful vineyards and (coming orchards. A visit to this pleasant neighbourhood at the pro : sent season is one of lie most charming amongst the excursions that can be made from Svdney. : The town of Paxramatta itself presents features ; of special interest, for it is one of the most ancient . settlements of Australia, and is full of memorials of days gone by. Tho old...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARK FELTON, HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. CHAPTER XI.— MR. VANE HAS AN IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

MARK FELT ON, HIS *AD VESTURES, PEBILS, AND ESCAPES. Chapteb XX — Me. Vane has an idea. The American walked slowly on the Bradley road towards the town. He was apparently in ueep thought, when, towards the angle of the road, -where the town burst upon fie view, he v.ms accosted by ?.Ii\ Vane. That gentlcnuu, justly considering that the American would return by thesame road by which he had gone to the cottage, and being very curious as to tht uurnort of his visit, had awaited his return, in order that he might, if possible, gather the nature of the aews he suspected Mr. Bath had been bearer of. He could not have hit upon a better opportunity. Ihe American's thoughts were full of the subject ; so that when Mr. Vane had saluted him civilly, and had made some ordinary observations, he wrought Mr. Rath to the matter at once. 'You have been to Sir. HaywardV said Mr. Vane. ' They are agreeable people and friends of mine,1* 'Air they!' said Mr. 'Bath. 'Then mebber vnu knew a. friend o' thei...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

KB.:: ;; ?? -.'V-ws'as ISydneVs om i- ? ? Mr- w- Barns i ^ =a buuke - ^ I Overture f« 1. ' ? I — 1^: ? MrW. H.FonJ ^Cvcr,sUceossfa,Far^ofn I HtauumoM ^^Ophobia. ? ? ^WUcDucrow. Orertuw. P-UiT in. I ? 1 ? ?Mr- W. Murray. I „,. Pabj- rv. I *? ' *** Popular FVrco Of thc lifr.TUweU rfSh Tutt^. ^ar^'''-:-'.'.:::-.::'.:-. ? *&{,%.»** j ''_! ? MissPovrer i ' G°D ^^ TnZ QDEEK i „ Artmlsslon Kree I , tflEcy 5reSsl.»fc'YdS.e8tfiSi'ie Entrance. j ? '«trict (.rum Sec.. EC I ify order, 'ntW.o.piiivfcL0^1'00™'^ SATObda* ? ONE O'CLOCK [?] GKO0BH8 WJ V°^aIS Md R«ta!l ^ ' [?] I ? ? ? .' ? — ? nvao&ijL and CO. l'0-USSn^,'!jJV1V2IWl in'- « '-k W^S™. «...A«»wb COOK «, [?] [?]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS OF THE AUSTRALIAN WINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

PBOGKESS OF TmTTT^ ? [?] ----.- wwm ilistricts Tim . 'emeo, and 60 SE^Lr j. W^Jfi. In^q'!:™'.J ' . «a~ [?] ant S«^ ,aCres- l»-oducU 4{2e-Jiasto™1 district. were returned „* ,._°'_i'es- 'Ui acres of m,,«-i'.1_? I Of the tAf«i ? '-I'roauctivc. '*IIaB [?] pilous. rnl^sXwiaH,?110'8. « MM. 9 9H - i mm§mm there are so manv . Wt.. .-. .? ™' . .li d't :-? ' Bac,,^ Wind. Yah Jj-a; ^ ,-, v SO1'»H} go dere to raise de j tor/i/r^™^^.^, Acorresiwndentina letter £O» use »hick £fess fcj^' l^OMaw nowl,,'^ of my friends n»nni..:_ i'?83'. ^«- Henriii'- «o,«~i analysvs. It Was described ,v ^ 'I1 to ^'do' fS tnocuous, and the dJoHin y k Veudor as i-erfoctlv W -should be daily S S'iS*?,*1'* a *»«*-*££ w*ft^fe^^tsittS& [?] bottles, away &,„. ^ffi »«? and put it in eto™!^ stsi I fc.11181'-*0 «»«' aSJZf *? ncarI^ &fcd SS?.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN'S LOVE. A DIALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

^^?'^m^v But she wS ^SnLr*1'; — ~-—x^j^\ -_ -..,«,, suame, arias»«i2=2s2£»i**'^ Th! r ? TlIli &fW-VED ' J*!flIgainsav. n. u«n r ? ^eloSerai^^new, T. . „ The Lorau. [?] [?] Tnjj Unloved. Tub Loved. 'S^dof)'S«-inkU)ll 0^ such likeC,?^ *'-kn«w ««im, J^t heSt-f ' ^y,-'?*8 S^ clear, Men Cto C witf w 8W toi: , She lovcsfot' ,^.d S'*'* ?', The Uvlweo Of Buch ,,°o?J^ r'1' t,llem *%' : T«E Lovji« ? ? ^^mm

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

DIARY.— Jauuaby 28. ~^ Sul Moon- Aee. ffigh Waten RUea. Sets. M°°°° ^ i^Tii^n7 5,17 1 7.8 | 26-la-m- 5.12 I 5.49 Februaet.— New Moon —1st lh. 45.4m. a.m. Ci)e Ctaung j^etust FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1870.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNIVERSARY SPORTS AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

™vE^vSP0RTSAT liiss MBH cwh SteSffJ* ?. detaUed account nf « ? I . „ ^** -'wreemts ; ? ? u various . Eunning HipIi .t,,«... „ . i lLCTS- ^^.CasSd^108' ^-ce, Z, NfAiKiSj yS f°'r a' '?*?«* over prance, ls. E^ J^fJ* « ,nd, 2sj ! [?] [?] [?] -SC**8— — *? «4 bntthere wereB0 ism^^:iS2 'br1al^re..b?e11 «» ^W butC!d°US bat- a*d Apple on the Pole P ? ' (KtchmondJ, 2 bird^KOPfe01fMatch,twentv-on^.1^-, .. [?] I « is in contetrmf« } Dyl0°yards [?] s^SfS^-A^fiisa H fit for use. R« ''?!? . *? two montl,R ti,«i. _ii- . ° Tomato Chdtopt i ^ . omt, ana it ?-- -itn._j V .. ln'ii it m r^i,,^ __j I [?]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

It is satisfactory to note the liberal spirit which marked the meeting of squatters which was held on Tuesday last. There was no i aging against free selectors; no senseless abuse of the principle of free selection. On the contrary, it was admitted that in nine cases out of ten the squatter and the free selector got on very well together. And there is really uo reason why they should not. It is but a question of time — and very limited time — and these harmonious relations between agricultural and pastoral interests which must advance both will result from the system. If the squatter has any friio-vances, apart from supposititious ones, arming from free selection, he has taken the right method to bring them before the public ; we feel assured that if there is any tangible reason for complaint, what he has to say will be listened to with attention, and every dis position shown to apply a remedy. Free selection is now so firmly established, and those wh i have taken advantage of its p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY HOLIDAY TRIP TO VICTORIA AND TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

''?'''?IDivsi^wS:;ri [?] spoken of. 1 t],ousu?of 7? '??«* »-s 1 W haani it i?33a5Sascw3i 'solwd to iienctraS the W Mla?li of l'»sman« I south aslhida^^^rphvce fr0Jn ; ^ ^.dthe/od^re™^^!^ ?'-'«* «- by a fnond to her joll» ™» S5' !U'i wa« 'iti-oduced I to.fj«te ^^'sele^edZ^V'^- «-£? [?] -ff rennnSce,^''!^/^^^ ^ ^XS I iiorthern one. e,-eJlll tTtJ ***' J^thoiues-tle «Jont «nw]l;t^'S,«»«rt t«e sterner to iS* [?] of the sulors, the discouS^0/^ ™ves, the bustl« sickness, wlucl!, with X iZ f ^c **-=. and the 6ea me aUo to seek my be^Sd itexl'eneDCe. Wuced I WBMW—IM 1 1 I departed, ana no^tSfeTfi™1 '^ '9W-wiiWi»eM ;h»a m smooth watet ^hV^t 1 - e vere careering alone ? -'We bad nmj™.. 1. ^^dlandofSew SoChT7 S6811^ *»'- souttenunorf ''« mues wide, and mm Tii ^'je'^ »i«ai is about *wk ^BVydT^WnZS0 ^^ertrcmity in! section withAiutS^L^ ?'e rTembcre=' ' con ;nval f ^ s:ur^ %. JirreseinWoe to !?P« tueto^™. Aud this'T^n 1, ? 'itlmlayover- ?*»*«, and «p£dKg« £££* ™, make ft» Pfe a ««-ly years he .^Jf...

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