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NEW SOUTH WALKS AS A SUGAR GROWING COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 January 1870

NEW SOUTH WALES AS A SUGAR GBOWISG COUNTRY. One of the most important considerations in the question wo have set ourselves to ofl'cr some sug gestions upon, is that of the adaptability of our soil and climate for the culture of the best varieties of su£rar cane. Until within a very recent period the idea of introducing the cane into New South Wales was considered extremely absurd. We had been so much accustomed to hear the cane spoken of as a tropical plant, and in connection with the East and West Indies, the llalacca Straits, the Mauritius, &c, Chat we overlooked the fact that it was extensively and successfully cultivated in Louisiana, Now Or leuns, and othor places lying within similar parallels of latitude with ourselves, and exposed to atmo spheric influence much less favourable to the growth of the cane timn can be found in many parts of this colony. It -mis laid down as an invariable rule that it- could not bo j ?grown to a profit at a lower laiitude than 25- north o...

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

ADELAIDE. Wednesday. The motion of want of confidence, by Mr. John linker, in the Legislative Council, ended with being passed without division. An attempt to defeat it into the previous question was negatived by the cast ing vote of the President. Heavv floods rennrtod m'flrvwhere. with consi derable damage. Tho Botanic Gardens are flooded, and it was with considerable difficulty that the. animnls in tho zoological department were saved. Thcro was a very heavy rainfall yesterday at Adelaide ; it was two and a quarter inches, and at Mount Remarkable five and three quarter inches. Tho motion against lighting tho city by gas was canted at a meeting of citizens last nigh*. Corn market very firm, but no transactions re ported. Arrived. — The Surprise, from the Mauritius. ' Thursday. Mr. Coglin is a candidate for West Torrens. Serious nows of damage by the late floods con tinue to come into town. Tho com market is firm, without transactions,—, UernM.

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

MONKV LENT to any a^R WatcUw. Plate Jowlory, F^'jBBn Machines, Mniics) lnstrumeni.% M* ''^dBBP Property, at the lowest rate of intrest, at L/iVE 292, Castlereagb- street, nc»r rark-strccL ^^BB. goods kept iu Urc-proof safes. ^H- M**b-m'ujjJ'' ? ''' IL'''- IL'' ''i^^^Kj SYDNEY: PrintrtlandPubb'shedbySiHS^BJ,1 190, Pitt Street. ?-

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

MXKDTG ITEMS. ) 01e mining news of the past month is not ni excitable character. There has 'been a J, rumours in connection with the presumed * of payable . quartz reefa in tiba distaiot 1 but notliing very definite hag transpired. Tb, ingtonScef at Tuena continues to keepifei and othcrclaims are said to be oneninc out erJn It is also reported that gold las been f oondi gong, near Wagga'Wagga. . Gold still keeps 'dropping into Armiy Mintyre'e Flat. Some men lately founds gully north of and near Starr's Hill, but, aluS received some assistance, their funds were tooi enable them to prosecute their discovery to t ing of a payable yield, and they have left the a Mr. James O'Brien, of BeUe Vue, jj Ehington, in the Braidwood district, came to last week for the purpose of purchasing a set teries to attach to a 14-horse power engine h to him in Araluen. He intends to Eel machinary at Bell's Creek. 'When Mr. O'BA. ture is completed this will make the eeveatli in which will shortly be at work...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUTURE EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

FTTTEE ETESTS. ' BT OtB CiLAfiiB. FtEST, we saall have Homebush, far wiicb. at preseni; ooly ose e-reat ia dosed, nz., the Trial Scikea f* two year olds, three quarters of a mile, iviicli iiaa an. esiry of aixteen. which is sec quite sp to she mark of forma years ; but, as all oar two yean oil races are ia the &i2i£ camiii&zbEU it ae&ss that the atais&ezit z&ade br Mr. Bachajx Tliijmsijn. at the non-nul rae^mg- of the A. J. C.r caxt ?' the tiffing off m these {ncea} mar, m 1 great measoie, be accoucted ter by the wrj- vm favoara.ble cataxe of the masca wii^n tiese yeadBigs were foils. ^ is ojKiily ippjicabfe to the year oida. Of cooxse any siitemf t to p£i the wmner of these nstrled ytnmgasen at present wonil be folly, although ^Pttn iiit,' after waiiagtfaroc^ jatermniahte ped^reea, md wriani numlieriess cobtsms of very 'dry' rewTreg ia support of bia opaiaa. -iei.-ides that Et, or En (I do ; nuc know wfskh u correct, as it is spelt both ways ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Turf Talk. [BY EV[?]S.] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

Torf Talk. [Br Eacir-s.1 TArriFj«ALi.'s Cop haa faeei ran for and won, aad is a matter of eounev afl the ksnwtBS people ha.se been besj errreaaisg tfceir opiaisa of ifee resnls of tt« race. Socket the remarks I aevrd daring the last fcrtn^a were S3 follows : — ' If Pnorfie waa-'Bt &&-! back waiting oc Warwick, she mast hove won,' ^Tht'Bsxoa.wts pcHeti,' 'CarEatiDa weald ne5^ have been caught, if ste fcui beea Bnrstsi ia the earqr part of tie ra*e,~ ' if the Ejrl h.ti bees, hell ia. he wtmll hure won. ia a. trot.' -'o». rt is rather hard ifct£ Mr. SadljarT aiir.ot win 1 rwe with tia lissle pa; -sithoot gettiag ! ibesed fsr h, anifcnng wld it was a fizke. I am of opdii^n that Ai. wrja the ra£e on Lcr merits* for this 1 r«::i-~)i\- Ther? was neither 1 Blts, a (Hsicoe, nor a tii; H''niSur fc; tire rj£e : &)ce of tie hiaaes enttreii ! were ealieii ar^3U to do the two iniles trn^tjy 3 mia~ 43 j se«s. Al eooai do tfc« .iistarjee ia sSas Sme, aid ' ^iv.-jirriii by je...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

FUNERAL.— The Friends of Messrs. THOMAS and CHAELB3 WOODS nre respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late Moved Mother, Mrs. 13LIZA. WABREK ; to move from their residence. Bullanaming-street, Kedfern, SUNDAY MOENING, at half past S. C. KINSELA and SONS, Undertakers. TO DEAPEES AND OTHERS. * AN D R E~W~ ALLAN has received instructions from Mr. Hogan, who is retiring from business, to sell by auction, on the premises, 414 CasOereagh-street, opposite Pompey's Pillar, on (MONDAY at 11 o'clock, The stock-in-trade of a general draper, comprising — Ladies' and children's underclothing Merino, delaine, prints, and muslin dress pieces Bed and white flannels, bleached and unbleached calico Sheeting, towelling, tablecloths, oil covers and covers, window blinds White and Crimean shirts, ladies' and gent's white and coloured ctockings and socks, and a great quantity of miscellaneous goods too numerous to mention. Terms, cash. No reserve. TO GROCEHS AND FAMILIES. AN D R E W ALLAN lia...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SCHOOL OF MOTES FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

A SCHOOL OF JONES FOE NEW SOUTH WALES. One of these TOefal institutions is rtkmt ft/le' established at fiallaiat. The ?'''«'« advantage ?which has accrued to the mining community of Victoria by the opening, some time Knee, of a ?ntnilai- neta'hiifiTiTnpnt liv -thf* rittvernment IU Mol bourne has stimulated the inhabitanie of BaUarat, though only, a few hours Try rail from Melbourne, to lminch a Inni^rw^ iini3m*f.flTriflg. , - The admirable article which, appeared in ZTte Torvu and Country Journal of lie 8th instant, entitled 'Causes of Failure and Guarantee for Success,' affords inducement for supplementing the remarks therein contained, with the object of pointing out the readiest and most perfect way of remedying some of the abuses alluded to. The opinions you have expressed as to the causes to which we may fairly attribute the want of success which has hitherto attended mining adventure in New South Wales can scarcely be called in question, namely, the incompetence of the men app...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

The first two days of the new Parliament have passed over with, the most delightful peacefuluess, if not actually with cordiality. Each side appeared, for the nonce, to have buried the war hatchet, and was content to smuke the oiDe of peace with the other. We do not, indeed, think that the month's vote of supply would have been resisted if asked for; but the adjournment of the Upper House over to Tuesday seemed to have changed the inten tions of the Treasurer in this respect. We do hope that when this vote is proposed on Tuesday it will be passed as a matter of course. The persons most concerned bjive nothing to do with party struggles and political differences. They simply require the payments due tor services rendered, and in very many cases, if not in the most, their monthly creditors are as much interested in the matter as themselves. Bu , although we should bo sorry to anticipate auy difference of opinion in this respect, wearenot so sanguine as to expect that the political wat...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO ECONOMISE BONES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

HOW TO ECONOMISE BOXES. It frequently happens in country 'districts that thou sands of pounds weight of old horse and cattle bones .may be gathered up, but people do not know how to pulverize or prepare them to apply diem to use. To buy a mUl suitable to crush them the outlay would, of course, be too considerable. One way would be to seta large caldron or kettle in the ground, and fix over it a cannon ball or other heasy round weight, suspended between two springy saplings, so that the ball will be lifted two or three feet after each stroke. Two boys can work the pestle. Break up the bones with a. sledge-hammer, and then pound them in tkis big mortar. This will make a fertilizer that will act slowly, but its effects on the land will be eeen for many yearn. But if a quick acting manure is wanted, the better way will he to convert the bones Sato a super phosphate. For this purpose dig a shallow diBh-shaped pit, and line it with clay. Pack the bones in snugly, and pour about them one-t...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Saturday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

[?] !: MELBOTJBKE. . '-Y^ , * i,-.'-':- Saturday. 11 km. Sugars are iropiwingv The demand is active, and the Victorian Company 'mu advanced Us prices £l per ton for all sorts. *«r^ipinaTI nag* been returned for St 'Kilda without opposition. Mr. Graham Berry's election for Gflelong will be hotly contested. Saturday, 2.39 p.m. Mr. Berry addressed tile electors last night. His meeting was a very stormy one. Mr. Harrison, the editor of the Age -was present, out could not obtain The funeral of Mr. King, tiic manager Of the Argus, take? place at 3 to-day. Kotice has been given of a proposal to jncorpiorato the 'Victorian Racing Club, with a view to obtaining fee simple of Flemington Racecourse. Maize, 3s Sd.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

THEATKICAL MATTERS. Whes Mr. Coppin was here upon the occasion of his introduction of Mr. Heller from America, he said that lie would always prefer to introduce stars in Australia first to a Sydney audience, as in this city they were better able to establish their position from the fair ulav afforded them by critics. Here they were said to be more generous and indulgent to strangers, than was the case with their brother scribes in the sister .metro polis. Certainly, with regard to the leading actors that have appeared since the present management at the Prince of Wales Opera House, have directed affairs, there has been little reason to find fault. Following the Christmas pantominc, generally, the dramatic season of the year commences with the introduction of some new star, and this year is no exception to the rule. HeiT Bandmann, a German tragedian of eminence, will make his first appearance on Saturday evening, in a character which has gained him consider able renowu in England. He...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSCLIFFE. Saturday. 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

QTJEENSCLIFFE. Satnrdav. 11 a.m. The whole of the immigrants who arrived from London by the Lady Joeelyn have been landed at the Sanitary Station, in consequence of scarlatina breaking out amongst them.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

BAGING HEMS. The Carcoar annual races are fixed for the 17th and 18th March. The public money to be run for amounts in the whole to about 120 guineas. . ' A meeting was held at Mr. Badgery's Australian Arms, Bombala, on the 19tb instant, for the purpose of initiating matters for tiic ptitiii^I races. -The affair seemed more heartily gone into than has been the case for some time past, and the meeting is consequently likely to he a successful one. For the Murrunibidgee Turf Club Mares' Produce Stakes, for the year 1871, there were originally thirty eigkt nominations. The stake will be one of 40 sovs with a sweep of 5 sovs each added. The first payment of 1 sov each was made on the 1st May last. A second payment of 1 sov, together with a description of the foals; has just been made' by fifteen out of the original thirty-eight nominators. The third payment of 3 eovs each will have to be made on the night of general entry— 1871. The second payments have been made by the following :— C. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

TAMWOETH. Friday Night. Heavy rains fell here all day yesterday, damping the prospects of Jlr. Parnell, the unwilling nominee of ir James Hartin. It is understood that instruc tions have been received from head quartavs to sunplv all corners at more than one inn in the elec torate, and it is confidently stated that Mr. Parnell or his agrents are not expected to pay Mr. Cowper's re-election is, notwithstanding, considered to be certain. — Empire,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New Horror, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

A New Horror, ?lor^fP^f0 be nnearthing a considerable number H¥erK^la!i.110winFranoe- Besides the body of toe HRdw t7 C0II)se of a mn haB heea discovered at HrAaDD^r? ?*th one le* «**Mly mangled. ?SKr^^^'been sawn with a handsaw It Kb T, ^m..°.ne 'f the Pa™ Papers that during the V1 of . r~ulraon rendered necessary by the construc ?net'Tp ?? j ?street m th* Quartier Saint-MarceL a K mJ^J11 *'« days of the first Revolution has ^Buid ere-L Among other human remains was ?taaa , remarkably beautiful head of a H* fair k«-a *??derful state - of preservation. HTcoufare^ ^ Bering to the skull bears Br'iwSil1m fasmon m 1793-4, witii twisted and Hki to V^?08-, S1'^ ^ no doubt that the head he Hpanal- ),„,? .?*.™e 'victims of the revolutionary Hpueeovl—j K a singular circumstance that the HSfidtitt«re-Vtiai a black frontlet. As no mention says they have sent the head, to M. Jules Claretie, who has mode the customs and particulars of the devolution his es;-ecial study, on the chances of his bei...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE. Friday. 9.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

OUANGE. Fridav. 9.15 n.m. 'The mining manager of tho Cargo United Gold Mining and Crushing Company (Limited) reportsOiat two new reefs have been struck on their ground, and instructions have Tjeon sent to Alderman Bradford and the directora not to sell any more shares except at a premium. — l.m :ire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extraordinary Imposition. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

I Extraordinai-y Imposition. ?M, i 1Ion*ay last week a person calling himself ^?janes TomUnson called at the counting-house of Mr. HKr' Swan- '» Kirkcaldy, and represented that he had ?f i seaman, on board the brig Triad, belonging to ?BF- owan, and at present on her voyage from HB?™' to Kirkcaldy with flax. He stated that ?Ho m the Baltic, off Gothland, the Triad had ??FWMered a squall, in which she was dismasted, and HK: ,e Boon thereafter sank, the crew having barely ^Hr.jJ Bet mto the boats. Tomlinson and one or HBa rtber men then, according to the story, fell in ??VnLi ^ ani snhseaueutly with a schooner called ?E '™jness Lass, both of which they boarded, and ^Bm ft! i acoount of scarcity of provisions. ' After HHT™!™17 adventure, in -which Tomlinson was taken HK^vf^i Anna Marie, a Hanoverian vessel, which ?X 'V0.11 ]«t on account of the dissatisfaction with the ?ff™. wtich, he said, corisisted of boUed turnips ?**»J, he at last found his way to ieith, in the ^?^jerunome, and ca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVALS.—January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

AfiKTVATA-Jaiinarc 2S. Camilla, schooner, 191 tons, White, from HobartTowo y*m instant Learmoatli. Dickinson, and Co., agents.* Jvalahome, barque, 378 tons, M'Connsushy, from Adelaide 11th instant Passengers— Messrs. Saunders, . Brooks, aod Matthews. Captain, agent. Kiama, steamer, 200 tons, Garth', froinMerinibula January 2Gth. Passengers- Mrs. Moon, His. Harris, Messrs. Moony, Lamond, M-Geir, WalL and 4 in the steerage. LS.N. Co., agents. Wonga Wonga, steamer, 680 tons, Brown, from Melbourne 26th instant. Passengers— Mrs. C. 0. Richardson, Mrs. Thompson, Misses Thompson (2), 'Mrs. Lydiard, Mrs. Jamison, Mrs. Paul and Masters Pftol (2), Mrs. Donavan, Miss C. Donovan. Mrs. and Miss Brown, Mrs. Blackhaiu, Misses Bl&ckham (2), Master C. Blackham, Captain Brown, Dr. Smith, Dr. ? Holroyd, Bev. A. Hendersou, Messrs. A. 'Ward, G. Anderson, G. Merryman, A. MHircgor, J. Dean, G. Lydiard, Duinnan, Pcdlow, Laidley, Paul, Donovan, Kennedy, Farmer, J. Brown, and 20 in the steerage, A. S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870

-abra.statta xm biver At about Half the^aflway Bates. «„» jfirur-street— 7, 9, 11, 1, 3,6. . 3ta stBunter's HilL Gladesvilie, Nee Point, Byde, Sk ^jj&Jfctarn, 6d only. t ^T~ T~ 1~. C E WILSON'S POINT FBBBY COMPANY. SEDUCTION OF FAKES. ,„ .ai eiter the first of February proximo the terms to ^Jtes Tto the Company's Boats, plying from Wilson's S Lavender Bay to Circular Quay, will be as follow, ^le Ticket (or 3 Months, 22s 8d m«o ditto tor 1 Month, 8s 6d 5 tto ditto for 1 Week, at 2s 3d Von Subscribers, 3d each way 'nunilv Tickets and Children as per agreement. M, first boat from Lavender Bay will start at 8.25 a.m. on 1 1 ftbraary and continue thence at intervals of thirty 'lesthroaghoiittheday, uptofl.25p.in. jrjF R. N. 8. N. CO. ??'.: ? ???-' Sydney to the Hunter, MONDAY MOUNING, at 7, the CITY OF NFWCASTLE Newcastle to Sydney, MOKFETH, on MONDAY MOBNING, at 10. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. a»s ? Foot of Market-street. ? uTtb,a?.lian alliance ^R ASSUEANCE COMPANY. ^B Fire, Life, M...

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