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Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Friday 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
Telegram 'lipBayJ MELBOUENE. ? Friday, 1 p.m. Mr.-J. C. King, the^namiigar otAb»*i»MPom«w Argus, died on board ih% Southern Cross, jr^nming, fi^nfTasmantn. f \¥L . ?: The third annual meeting of tlio AsyUiffiTor tile' Blind -was held last Bight The report was sato*.^ factorv. Ttu^ n. 'fi7 Cm*. Tiaa airrivA^ from the Monrimusi with a cargo of sugar. The Laveroakc is about toj sail for Sydney, to be placed oh the berth for London. 1.58 p.m. Mr. Andrew Kutherford, of Coluc, is a candidate for Guelong 'West. Akhurst had a splendid benefit, quite a huniper home. Mr. Whitem, U.L.A., spoke the address, which was written by Mr. J. C. Patewon. The match botween Clark's Miss Constance, and Jallet's Jack Tar, for two hundred pounds, at Croxton Park, 'was won by the latter. Some members of the Ministry narrowly escaped serious injuries by a carriage' capBizing between Oarishsook and Casttemaina. The Customs have seized a large shipment of goods, which were undervalued' Some_ docks, worth fiftee...
SUICIDE BY STRYCHNINE AT BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
?^isaS™^ w» adduced^? denoe- M 'Po^ Stne -**»«„. [?] outride k tbwx uPa 'r* *?* au-^; I Wclvo yards, and S: »?' ,J wcnt away about was 'feTia ata TbtTiy tte S' ^ter- J wT Li'a^ ground with a Cfrrv Sht*en 6Ildde'l-' fell on the' found her quife ^ft} J a*?nce went up to her, and said to me, ' My dear ? ™ ferleg» ferestift'. 'she Mnvcd shortly ^.7 W J'-ld *«? Dr Fox wuso I can assign for S/^L ^W SJ)irits- '^e °Sy she was fwttinfr 1 J^fJ ?he committed is, that had n0t nccess ^ 2!£ S' larrawingee, she 1 »n« we were lirinV 7,* »f , * iew months aK0 of cOmiuitting svdeite* M'ThL bLre'S 'V »*«'*««' witness came fowd^L? '^ hat eveai»S Wt sue uad done ? si,., ,..-j -, / . 'W her what I «?^ted me to Lfom flIeSlgfdioU aM ^S [?] I firmer ™6''1 «'««*«». ™-i excited, wheThe-c^^ «W- J proceeded ., o,,ce %f/f r°Ui menica J-oi™^ !ws «™ly clencl,,,ll*£?™y '31(J .»' body anJ ' ™. ! [?] ilfiliil ttee ounces of'nufdJ^*1'^ '»* ?«WMdt^r [?] SSaspftSS^
Late Tragedy in France. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
??^Tragedy m Prance ? f CTe 'Jurdcre^nf tber' mother, and IV lad ...u . r^Jy a .vouth nnm».1 ipL™. [?] ?A SSL? ttr,,^/^,^ «,*««dSt .' f1'* «« fethe^were [?] p»upmaaa S brW Kit Jt f''10'? *° tI™k -w I [?] ««? pipe «nd toba^o-bo™^^ ''»- ^^ ^ente. ass*1'* -* ?«Tta-«s'BSr^rs to-moww bo taken toT^f™^? St5_'«». ^J.^li 'raugut befoie tlie Court of A ? -ti'uIlmanI1 'lU be I cruue. v,ourt oi Assize to answer for im Your« obediently I _Cwmr, JS-ovember 20, 5 ®']I™BM4lW-BBATH. — ? _^_L— ? -?
STATE OF IRELAND. Dublin, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
?STATE OF IRELAND. ? (Frm.1hc Times Corresnm»?*-,i , [?] [?] ?farlingthe flag of independent mnM fy K the tone policy. We want our countrV - Her -)iiatioiu settled in aottWrncTiriffi «S ?rtide headed ' Self Reliance,' the chanc, t Krfkm are discussed at great lengto ? tE f£* __, ,™._...1. ? -''«», WJU Contrasted tei+k ?Euglisli garrison in Ireland consists nt « ?oiuc.it of some 26,009 men wrft ™ i **? ? nil sullied with tie Snider rifled 1?d Ktetr e.cc-cd H 030 ^ . '^,' ^%° i IliiSiti Htl. these partic*. al™,?' ; ' J?.*™*?**0* ™ mmim: [?] Eg&g^SJ HUed in the bert£. * ^Purest of ? ^ Africa,,. IfctfaTnm? °f experience. H] the Mexican KenublV °J *'«* ?''- [?] ^»» uuu Drain any idea nf hi 'ewroywl BU ,,ot gone tCLwu5rts a lua' into a ?}'««ti out. .?,,,.i1.?' °rJ?u.tU« few hints »™ ?'?'^y.aad.^Ii?*^118 achieved by th« ?Jar- '?fc.sAsss ^B!s tiiiiit of tliA v; i, November 29 [?] MTS 'o 'utters for then, nr B ? lo attcud ?pteth^.J^X *° 'ocover. The /w I wmmm [?] [?] [?] [?]
SHIPPING. DEPARTURES.—January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
nwrrltifa. DEPARTURES. -January 27. Lady Young, steamer, for Brisbane. Balclutha, steamer, for Kockhonipton. January 28. Ozanoin, barque, for Shanghai. You Yangs, steamer, f or Melbourne. CLEARANCES. -January 27. Bslclutha, steamer, 269 tons, HIU, forRockhanipton. Passengers— Mrs. Headrick, Messrs. Palmer, Moses, Bradford, F. J. W. Beardinore, and 4 in the steerage. Lady Young, steamer, 421 tons, Alilman, for Bris bane. Passengers— Mrs. Adams, Miss Adams, Mrs. Darley, Mrs. W. B. Prizeman, Mrs. M'Gliie, Master Longland, Messrs. H. C. Gleeve, Adams, Jacobs, D. Longlaud, S. Board, W. B. Prizeman, Feez, Bl'Ghie, F. J. F. Keogh, and 10 in the steerage. anipton : Mrs. Ellison. For Marseilles : Mr. and Mrs. Voss, Miss Voss, Miss Campbell, Captain Hasseth, Messrs. Frank Dangar, C. Clive, Ii. Griffiths, W. Duuuu-esq, liatty. For Suez : Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Montefiore and servant, Mr. Seerry. For Madras : Mr. & C. Lecot For Hongkong : Captain Percival, Major BelL For Melbourne : Captain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
PAEEAMATTA AND RIVER STEAMBB& At about Half the Bail-way Bates. Prom King-street— 7, 9, 11, 1, 3, 5. From Parmmatta-0.60. 7.S0, 9, 11, 1, 8, 6. Calling at Hunter's HU1, GUdeerille, Nee Point, Eyde, Nnrington, Ermingtos, Subiaco. Children— Saloon return, Cd only. -jy o tick MILSOKrS POIHT FEttEY COMPANY. BEDUCTIOK OF VASES. Om and after the first of February proximo the terms to subscribers to the Company's Boats, plying from MUson s FaUt and Larender B»y to Circular Quay, will be as follows, ' ''single TicW^forS Months, 22s Od Ditto ditto for 1 Mouth, 8s 6d Ditto ditto for 1 Week, at 2s 3d Won Subscribers, 3d each way Family Tickets and Children ae per agreement. The first boat from Lavender Bay will start at 8.25 a.m. on the 1st February, and continue thence at intervals of thirty minutes throughout the day, up to 6.2s p.m. PL N. S. N. CO. *t§£Sffit'i Sydney to tHe Hunter, THIS (Friday) NIGHT, at 11, the MOEPETH. Newcastle to Sydney, The MORPETH, on MONDAY MORNING, at 10. F...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
.-?- ^BIETHS. - ?'-?- On the 31st Deccmbsr, 1809,^1 WeUingtonrN.S.W., Mra.' W. EumcU, of »«)n. On Hie 17th January, at her residence, Stanmore Road, .. Newtown, Mrs. William Tigbe, of a son. On the 20th January, at ber residence, Bast St. Leonards, Mrs. W. F. Dind, of a (Ulster. On the sard January, the wife of C. A. T. Bowens, of a daughter. ' On the 25th January, at her residence, The Meadows, lUa n-sn-a, Sirs. 33d ward II. Weiton, of a daughter. On the l'-to January, at her residonce, Lord-8treet, St. Peters, the wife of H. Burling, of twin sons. On the 2(itJi January, at her residence, Morton, WooUahra, tbe wife of William J. Triukett, of a daughtei'. On the 20th January, at her residence. Park and Castle roagU streets, Mrs Henrjr Butler, of a daughter. HABRIAGE. On the 4th January, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Bev. B; Chapman, WilUam, thu-d son of Mr. Gavin Houston, Glebe late of Renfrewshire, Scotland, to, Eliza, eighth daughter cf Mr. G. Dawcs, Kewtuwji, la...
DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
11UBBO. [FfiOM OV'R CORRESPONDENT.] The following are the particulars of a case which has awakened considerable interest among the Dubbo squntters and those of Waggft Wagga, as related to me by Jlr. Suttort, who is well known in Sydney and in vury many parts of the country. The case has reference to travelling sheep, and is known as Walter and Gorton v. R. W. Sutton. Sulton was manager of the Murrumbidgerie station for Mr. JoSLplison, and in November, 1858, started with about 7900 shoe]) to travel for grass and water, and went us far as the- Tuniut, whore he rented part of a certain run. On the uth May, 1869, he started homewards with his sheep, and on going towards Giindagai picked up some sheep branded T with red paint. He informed Mr. Cenliiiiri the sheep inspector of this on tho 8th, saying as soon as he counted the shoup he would in form him. The inspector helped Mr. Sutton over the Giimlagiii Bridge. As jio one came for the shec-p. 5lr. Siilton, on the 17th, sent Mr. Centauri ...
Police Courts, This Day. WATEK POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P.M., and Messrs. Kettle and Chapman.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
Police Courts, This Day. WATEB POLICE COUET. (Before Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P.M., and Messrs. Kettfe : and Chapman.) beveral drunkards were punished. John Baukiere, for making use of obscene language, within hearing of persons passing, in Kent-street, was fined 20s.. or seven days to gaoL Story Ann Stanton, for a giinilar but more aggra vated offence, was fined 40s., or fourteen days' impri sonment. ^?(L tjarty v. l^evy. ? rnis was a surmnouB tor assault. Complainant and defendant are both of the g«ntlcir sex. Mrs. Garty stated that about a week ago there were some words between herself and defendant, and finally the latter coaunitted an assault of a some what aggravated nature upon her, and she struck her, knocked her down, and bit her, following her into the passage of her own house to continue tbe punishment. There was a cross case. Mrs. Levy, who denied tbe assault, said that on the occasion in question she informed Mrs. Garty that she was ' a falsehood.' WTiereupon that lady went ...
The Alleged Fraud on the E., S, and A. C. Bank CENTRAL POLICE COURT. COMMITTAL OF PRISONER CALDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
The Alleged Fraud on the E., S , and A. O Bank. CENTBAL POLICE COUBT. Committal of Pbisokeb Caldek. James Calder, under remand from Tuesday last, was again brought before the court, charged with conspiring to defraud the English, Scottish, and Australian Char tered Bank of the sum of £400. Mr. W. Roberts, as on previous occasions, anncared for the prosecution; and Mr. W. B. Dalley, instructed by Mr. Williamson, appeared for the defence. Jane Kelly deposed: I know Mr. Calder. I have seen him at my house, which is situated at the corner of George and Bathurst streets. I know Mr. Salisbury and Mr. Gregg. They were in the habit of visiting the house sometimes in the day, and sometimes at night time. I have seen Mr. Calder in Salisbury^ company at night time. He has been at my house as late as 11 o'clock at night. I made a remark to him one night in November about bis being out so late, when he replied that he had a petition before the Legislative Assembly relating te his dismissal from ...
AUSTRALIAN PRESERVED MEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
AUSTRALIAN PRESERVED MEAT*. It must be very satisfactory to the projectors ot the Australian preserved meat movement to find that their enterprise seems likely to be rewarded with success. In the way of ships' stores it would appear to be attracting considerable attention at home ; and a demand for it will certainly increase, so as to make the enterprise of meat-preserving a highly remunerative one. Private letters received by the Avoea, of which we have been favoured with a perusal, speak in some ?what glowing terms of the samples that have lately reached homo. A parcel hence, preserved ;'by Sir. Manning, and shipped per Hawkesbury, is thus reported on by a London correspondent of one of our most esteemed commercial firms in this city : — ' We have received a very favourable report from a lar^e supplier of ships' stores, accompanied liy an order lur twenty cases at 6d per lb. We have also favourable reports from nearly all those to whom we supplied sample tins. We are inclined to t...
Parliament—This Day. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Speaker took the chair at 11.55 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
Parliament This !-ay. legislative' assembly . The SwiiCtt tsudr ilia ihaii- at 11,55 a.m. TEe following members were sworn in: — W. TnnWSsq-.-meniber.&r St. Leonards, end Arthur Digb^-Esq., for Windsor, who toot^heiraeatain the jjppoBitjon Benches. -. -Onthe:motion6f4he THEAStJBEB the House adjourned to proceed to Government House to pre sent the hon; the Speaker to his Excellency the Governor. ' ? . ; On the return of hon. members and the Speaker and officers of the Houree, ?; The SPEAKER informed the Assembly that, accompanied by a number of hon. members, ho had 1?oen to Government House, whore he hod informed jlis Excellency the Governor that the House had, in the ©zeroise of its undoubted right, proceeded to elect one of their number to fill the office ^f Speaker, and that the choice of the House had fallen upon his (Mr. Arnold's) shoulders, ^hereupon his Excellency wag pleased to offer to him his congratulations on the high honour ind dignity conferred upon him by the H...
Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
ffisolvenc^ ^sjjlal, ? --.j --'- ??' ? ?: ;'--?-?- , : -IBDBBaSnBBS. Patrick fe^Bn.j3«X^^^and-«treet Waterloo, labourer. Cause of Insolvency rWant~ of 'regular employment and pressure of-o creditor. Liabilities £519s. 4d. Assets, £20 10s. deficiency, £30 19s. 4d. Samuel Johnson, of Lambton; labourer. Cause of luBolveiicy iSjckriesB of family andpressure of creditors. Liabilities, £38 15s. ljd, TAssets,^ 10s. Deficiency, Coorge 'Wilson, of. Byde, farmer. Cause of insbl vei.gr : Pressure ot breditpt Liabilities, £357, of which £239 13s. -.4d.'is secured. .Assets, £362. Defici ency, 13s. 4a. V .:.,-' B Tomes Holmes Sevil cf Miller's Creek, Muirurundi, grazier and cattle dealer. Cause of insolvency : Threatened legal proceedings. Inabilities, £4021 7a. 9d. Assets, £1010. Deficiency, £3011 7s. 9d.
DONATIONS TO THE SYDNEY PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
DONATIONS TO TlfiE SYDNEY PUBLIC LIBRARY. The following donations to the Free Public Library since the last report, have been received : — From H. H. Beauchamp, Esq. :— A very handsome edition of the 'Works of Hogarth, from the original plates restored by James Heath, with a biographical Essay by John Nicholas. Atlas folio, half morocco, gilt. Original designs ot the most celebrated .Masters of the Bolognese, Boman, Florentine, and Venetian schools. liy J. Chamberlainc. Imperial folio, half rnoracco, gilt. From His Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, C.B.:— An address on Intemperance and the Licensing System, delivered in the Masonic Hall, on the 11th December, 1809. By Sir Alfred Stephen, C.B., Chief Justice of New South Wales. From James Mocdonald, Esq., Victoria:— The Origin and Destiny of Comets; or ;i clause in the Ecliptic uf tbe Earth. By James Macdouald, Prahran. From Charles St. Julian, Esq. .-—The Municipalities Act of 1807, with notes and general instruction for tbe working of Muni...
MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. has been concluded, and resulted m the committal of 'William Davie on the chorgo of wilfully murder ing Eliza Cassells. llr. Poole addressed the electors of Geelong last night, and was very favourably received. John Brougham, of St. Kilda, is insolvent. His liabilities amount to £24,000, and the assets are set down at £27,000. The Ministerial banquet at Carisbrook was highly successful. The Commissioner of Customs in replying to a deputation on the subject, stated that the Govern ment intended to remodel the pilot service. It is probable that three boats will be permanency re tained, two to bo stationed outside and one Ijnside the heads. Arrangements are in progress to amalgamate both Hebrew congregations, and to build a magnificent Synagogue on the site of the Princess' Theatre. ' Maize is dull. Mr. Andrew Rutherford, formerly member for tho district of Colac, also opposes the ro-election of Mr. Graham Bony. Devoe's kerosene has boen sold at 2s 3d per g...
GRAFTON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
ftnAUTON. Thursday. The ninth half-yearly meeting of the Clarence ana Now England Steam Navigation Company was held to-day. Mr. Thomas Fisher, chairman. There was a large attendance of shareholders. The report was considered satisfactory. 'So dividend was declared. Tho balance, after paying for permanent^ repairs to the boats, was £492 3s. Id., which vas-carne^^br-' ward to the next half-year. Messrs. Norman and Cowan were re-elected directors, and Messrs. Page and Lowenthal auditors. Tho foundation-stone of the School of Arts' new building was laid by Mr. Thomas Bawden, M.L.A., with Masonic honours, yesterday, being well sup ported by members of the craft. The whole of the friendly societies in regaUa, ..with Public Schobl children, were present. The ceremony was very im-' posing. Despite the great heat there was an im mense gathering, and the affair passed off ?with erlal. Fifty pounds were subscribed on the stone. A cold luncheon, well attended, followed, with ball in the evening...
AGRICULTURE, & C., IN THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT. BRAIDWOOD TO REIDSDALE, JEMBAICUMBENE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
AGIUCULTURE, &a, IN THE BK AID WOOD DISTRICT. BUAIDVTOOD TO KEIDSDALE, JEMBAICUif BENE. Leaving Braidwood by the Clyde ltoad, farms and paddocks of cultivation border it for about four miles out, when the timbered ranees commence which bound the Little Biver 'System. -r Away to the left of the road, and not at all easy to . find, is the tannery of Moukittee, in the occupation of Messrs. licidtmann and Co. The leather made here is sent to Sydney, as well as the various diggings in the neighbourhood, and is also made into bluchers of two kinds by shoemakers on the spot. In this business thirty hides are tanned a week, and two tons of wattle bark consumed, brought from the Shoalhaven and from fiats twenty miles away. Mine host of the Blue Bell will now direct us through slip panels at the hack of his house, and then crossing the Warramtaicca Creek, we come into Jlr. Haddren's large paddocks. Here the spurs wax still and the timber heavy, the granite in boulders lying among the ...
NEW ZEALAND, Via MELBOURNE. Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870
NEW ZEALAND, Via Melsouunb. Thursday Night. The steamer Gothenburg has arrived from lloki tika, and brings telegraphic intelligence to the J8lh January. Reports had been received that a col lision between Colonel Kemp, commanding native conlingcnt, nnd the Kingite natives was imminent ; that le Kooti was prepared for action about two miles from Tauranga, and that all out settlers were coming into the town. The second detachment of tho 18th Regiment arrived per Gothenburg, and have been transhipped to the Lincolnshire. Latest Intelligence. Thursday Night. Colonel Kemp had arrived nt the boundary of tho Waikato country, accompanied by tho native con tingent. Two hundred of the Kingites who were with Te Kooti left him to warn Kemp against entering their territory. The Colonel replied that he was bound to follow Te Kooti wherever he might go. An early collision is expected. Te Kooti is re ported to be ??vithin two miles of Tauranga. The settlers have all entered the town for protection....