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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
?V .^Se&&*Sm«wrli^^8Sce|'Vv%fl?s loyal Hotel, St. Leonards, North Shore, the widow of the late W. J. Wells, of a son. Oa the 27tb Jumarr, *t her residence, 459 Jesmond-place, Bourkc-street, Surtr Hills, Mrs. F, B. Gulley, of a daughter, stillborn. MJLRRIAGES. On the 4th January, at St. Silas's, Waterloo, by the Eev. Samuel Fox, George, eldest son of the l&t* Jolin Gale, to Frances, youngest daughter of the lite Mr. John Bulley. On the 22nd January, at St. PcUrs's Church. Camubcll town, by the Bev. S. Fox, Robert, fourth son of the late Mr. William irinton, ftp-church farm, Appln, to Lucy, eldest daughter of Mr. Jolin Bigelsford, Denfiela, near Canwuell On the SOOi Jaouary, at tbe Wesleyan Church, Newtown, hy Uie K«v. -;. H. Holmes, ThomssDunlop BartwcU, (late of New ZealanO, to Mary Jai^ eldest daughter of Mr. Kobert Dunlop, Newtown. On the 29th October, 1808, at his residence, 41 Burton street, Soutti Head Bond, bytheBlditEev. Dr. Bailey, Bishop or the Free ...
FATAL COLLIERY EXPLOSION (From the Times November 19.) Wigan, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
FATAL COLLIERY EXPLOSION l from thr Tones. A'otwnim-~19) Wigan, Tuesday Afternoon. A terrible explosion of fire damp occurred yesterday ifternoon at the No. 5 pit of the Moss-hall Coal Com ranr near Wigan. At the time of writing eight bodies havebeen brought to the surface, and although the . lamination of the pit has been delayed, owing to I ^™^T,rwK hereafter to be mentioned, there is everr I reason to belivB there are at least nineteen dead bodies 'I j^^e mine, triiile of the i-ersons brought out alire one 'fl ^.^o gre hurt so eeriouBlythfit there is little hope of I The explosion occurred shortly after 4 o'clock yester I j.y afternoon, and the first indication at the pit I bank was a report as from a heavy piece ? of artillery, followed immediately by the I issuing from No. 5 shaft of a dense cloud of smoke ? *'} coal dust, which spread over the whole district. ? jt ^ stated that some of the soot fell in Hindley church - ? vard, a mile ana a nan away, ana tne report whs neara ? ...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Cloete, W.P.M., and Mr. Breillat.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Cloete, W.P.M.. and Mr. Breillat.) I Three drunkards were punished. -I Edward Rogers, 42, and George Edwards, 48, were W charged with larceuy. Prisoners pleaded not guilty. 1 Constable llyan stated that about a quarter to 12 1 o'clock yesterday forenoon, he heard thai a iiair of I trousers liad been stolen from a clothes line -at Darling ? Point. He went along the road aud saw the prisoners. I llogers ran away and was stowed by a person to whom ? witness called, and who brought liim hack. The I trousers were found outside a fence over which they had I been thrown. Edwards said that Bogers had stolen I them and the Utter returned the compliment. Robert I Day said he saw prisoners in the paddock over the 1 fence of which the trousers had been hung. Rogers ? had them in his Iiands, and when he saw witness he 1 put them under bis ooat. Prisoners were sentenced to I one month's imprisonment with hard labour. ? I A three-quarter of a mile race takes place i...
ABOLITION OF DEATH PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
ABOLITION OF DEATH PUXISHMEXT. The agitation for the abolition of capital punish ment continues in England. Tlie attempt made in the House of Commons last year by Sir. Charles Gilpin, who introduced a till for this purpose, was not successful. But the Legislature will doubtless be asain a-piiraled to on the subiect at an early date. Mi-. Thomas Bcggs, honorary secrrf.-iry nf tire Society for Promoting the Abolition of Capital Punishment, in England, in writing to Mr. F. hen, of this city, furnishes tsomt; information as to the current history ef the movement. He status that Mr. Win. Tallack, formerly acting secretary of the society, has organised a new associa tion called ' The Howard Society, which aims at the reform of our criminal law.'' This new society emlfraces a much wider field than the former, the members of which deem it licsl to confine themselves to tbe one question of death punishments. On that question the two societies arc agreed. But the Howaid Society seeks a more c...
HERR BANDMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
HEBE BiBTOOafS. W , go much laudation has so frequently beeu bestowed CO artists of every stamp who have visited ibis country for tlie first -fame, but who have subsequently been weighed in the critical balance and: have been found artistically wanting, who have turned out but mere leather and nruneua. that certainly a few words can well lie afforded to one who comes to us with a renommi of undoubted merit, and to 'whom a courteous welcome will liu but a jnst tribute previous to his first appear ance this evening on the boards of the Prince of Wales Theatre. - Herr Bandmann is a German who speaks English w' h tbe facility and clearness of a native He has a h: h Continental, American, and British reputation. He first appeared in England in February 17th, 1868. after his arrival from AfppnVu whither lie bad tra velled from his native German soil for ihe benefit of his health at a time when he occupied a very high position on the German stage, second to no actor of modern times, far ec...
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. H. Clarke, H.P. Palser. J. Campbell. and R. A. Hunt.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
Police Courts, This Day. I CENTBAL POLICE COTIRT. I (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. H. Clark. I H. P. Palser. J. CammielL sm) R. « n^t , i J Patrick Munster was brought hefore the Court !» I constable Leo,'on warrant, charged with assaultim, Jj' I Joseph Dc Kempf. Joseph Ve Kenipf depoBed that he I is a doctor of medicine, residing at Newtown. Prisoner I is his ooachnian. Yesterday morning at about half I said, 'Patrick, get up, I have an urgent iaS S I must go.' He answered, 'All right' Witness »„* I back te his rooni,'and about fifty minutes afterwards hi I went again to prisoner's room, opened the door aaJ I found him still in bed. Witness said, 'Patrick' wiZ I is the reason you do not rise?' Prisoner jumped out of I bed, took up a fighting position, and assaulted him. I Defendant caught hold of him, and said, 'It is nowfi I o'clock ; this is my room,' and ordered witness out I AVitnese said, ' I am the master of my own house and I uave a ngnt io stop fiere. - rnsoner be...
Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
tfiilvency, This «aj] SoBUFN-npn ? ? James Edward Munroe, of Bush Grove, CWi, I Eiyer, manner. Cause of insolvency: Debt, huSl by insolvent's wife in his absence from thecoWT ??*? talities, L39 18s. Assets, LIZ Deficiency i& t£H Official assignee, Mr. J.^?. Mackenrir^^1 ^ ^M Provisional Seqdestb*hon. . ? « The eBtate of Sydney Charles Bmt, late- of R»,i I ' auctioneer, &c, on the petition oF&Tw^ |& ? * of Sydney, widow. Day to show- cause. ThniSit-« * February 17th. Official assignee, Mt.Th. &a!paiy'l \
MELBOURNE. Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
MELBOURNE. Friday, 7 p.m. Ihe funeral of tho late Jir. Denison was not made a public one. The only parties present besides h\n Excellency the Governor and other relatives of 'he deceased, vrero the medical gentlemen by Tvho;r. ;.o was attended in his last illness. The Uislioji of Melboumo was tho officiating clergyman. Messrs. Frnser and Co. eold by auction to-day 3000 packages teas, at rates equal to the last preced ingsales — Empire. The New England steamer, arrived undor canvus from Glasgo-w, intended for Sydney local trade. Two minnrfl. 'M'Dnimft] .ind T\f *T,pI?fln. ivnrp rjin sizedreturning home, but not seriously hurt. Another buggy bolted with the Chief Secretary and llinislcr. for Manes, hut was pulled up. The Customs authorities seized a shipment of clocks invoiced at Is fid each, but worth 10s. Tenders have been called for the conveyance of tho 14th Regiment to England. At Afchurst's benefit the house -was crammed. The Lady Joeelyn brings 458 passengers. There have been f...
THE BETTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
THE BETTETG MARKET. TE£HE is rary Ettle torepert tfc&week; air^j«t( betEng oc tia Derty harag fehat occs. PctIiEe apiiaim ! seeina o be liat taarrs b oaiy hosse in. tfce- Derby. , namely. Cti.-uvc ; anil bow thai raost of tlie Clip ? hor^s biiTe ^ees. bock^l f-ar the dacbifi in. cuumstikei - wtrfi &im. tc«e fa -i-.-j Kttfe to uaapt inekera. The TCTtlec-iiE. af tic. BurtaHiia wonlA fee ea^fffed alt cby . i riiyij3,id1--i;bas,!ceh as Cfcaroa saJEa. CSiarai a=d i.'uarca. cr Charoa. aiai Erf : » sha: ons5 some o'.h^r IT'fjrLj- £li;tm? siit-jr^ is snmeshis^ Hke fut'iti&iiiit^ . sij rm^r.^-r iijeri w3± not be nasdibrtEmi. Mos^e j bis:-.; ecsi.nsrr.il— : » thousand ta twerty was t sak^a abi:ut u-3- f jt cik Derby. an4 Trai S^^e- 3»i'I. cap- j Tie bes: pr-j; i^sbst Tim tar* fur the gold erp-B-j nix as oni aisi act amch noney so- be 2-a ?£ th«t free. ' Cbc-LjsLia bas beer. l^MJsi' to wci a t&88S32i£ *t .' tr^elve 5*- o^e ; i^ji siz: to cue wa3 cakan. m. 11&...
ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
ADELAIDE. Friday. The com market is sic.^y. JJOO bushels wIiim!, from Victoria Harbour, changed hands to-day .'it 5s. per bushel. Small lots from localities nearer the city have been purchased at the same price. —Kmp r ?. Friday. Tho Government financial report for the past quarter shows the revenue to be £15:i,.K5, and the expenditure £161,944. The Customs show an in crease of revenue, but the telegraphs a decrease. The approximate result for the year is favourable as against 1SC8. The troops are to embark on Monday next. Mr. Bakewell's funeral yesterday was very largely attended. Wheat is firm at as.—il&ald.
VICTORIAN SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
^-_T- iRIAi' SPOBTOTG- 'JfEWS. [raoH ota ^zcul. coaEssrosDKrt.] Ms. Cottrs'i teun of EngTT.h ChajnpaHi Pedestriina \ are iJr-fT».j steady work s& ^'gh-u^r under thexr traraers ' gcidance ; the hex: of the weather shotdd greaUy ass^t in reifoexsg the super&zooa fiesh an £*»*»? tni}r acil when agafn tier a&jw is po&£c we may expect a, very iligerent result to that of bust Satardav week. riewtfet ts alxeiuiy baavuy bo»£k&d agais^t ocx cSuja&^osi Hams, and the men are porting tfi ffli thar qwil *cobl rjide ijs. the most fearie&s maTfyi^r Harries frfgnt^a are, however, very saEgnme, and, as he was never in. better trim, we may espect some fine wcrk an. dus 6ihaiui7tli el next 3£ari.ii Cncket is ^g^»™ qaiei, sace we hear fcr tei^nzn I t&it th« Sydney team will sat visit cs until tie tp-i?»^^ [ of March. The trarenty men selected by tht Inwr- 1 eotooiai 3fatcii Commi«« iave oMcwtmeiitiy been da- ' biiadtd, ami prcctife ptiv ia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
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Some of My Early Adventures. MY INTERVIEW WITH THE BLACK SWANS OF THE RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 January 1870
S cane of My Early Adventures. [it 43 cut ssesrflLtx.T MY KTEEV1KW WBH THE BLACK 5WAN5 OF THE RrCir^OKD. TaiTjuo.nti gee strange things, «ad tenters and ?m's naass slwt ss fee deer, wriicfe made Use efaffiry-stonjs gerrefrwtfg asd spr«fc is fee inss between, his aaiias, to Wiierton's rjia im tas tacfc ?fas affigsior — chiHigk&eb&erlfiinj-'be&ve, aisJ Caatafn Stoker s*tb in his fcocfc thai, tthst srrvw ms 02 tifi nortli const cf Asfcralis,. be -was strongly tenp6Bdtetej-*em2sribsk. I nensesibar reaarrjg ssriwJ-er» tSat tfeai? es, -a ws btsrir, a ar»n» part of the TJiiltai &us af tma4mi a place caileti Fisher's Em: — one of tlicse seteknaaSs wtia-ji, tfmfcu'ai'ng to mare on. or * go-a-tsar' with, lie nsaal restisse energy of Yanfeeiisci. rtmaiasd in -T^f»fc ±tu* 3BB£ £C3i& oC WwV.iTtnn? gf?ny\?ffrrv as fj W3Js la two hjsatixsS. years ago, wiiert a few EWtyA seSfes rrrfngfed «£&. see BsfcfEnen. bdnre loafed there, ami this frnned a very d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 February 1870
C1UNERALS. FUNEbXuI Messrs. J.and G. SHYING, of No. 719, GEOEGEstectt] SOUTH, opposite Christ Church ; 120 Booth Head Halt near Palmer-street ; and Abercrombie-street, opposiest I Benedict's Church, beg respectfully to return thanks to tUrl friends and the public in general, for the kind support Uull they have received since their commencement in the BUS] I NESS of UNDERTAKERS, and hope, by strict attention ai I civility, combined with moderate charges, to continue tit I kind support of their friends and the public in general. I N. B. —Please note the address— No. 71S, George-ttrtt I South, opposite Christ Church : 130, South Dead^HoadJoa,! Palmer-street ; and Abercrombie-Etrcet opposite StSentdUil Church. I BUGSIES. FOR SALE or HIRE— the cheapest and! best variety in Sydney. GIBSON'S, opposite Sclwll of Arts. 2S3, PitUtroeL M| G DOUGLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt-street 1 ? near Fork-street. Buggies and Spring Curls slmi I on hand ; repairing and painting done at the shortest notictl Wh...
Assault by an "Apostle." W. S. GO[?] ENCOMMUNICATED—THE MORMON INQUISITION—OPPOSITION TO BRIGHAM YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 February 1870
Assault by an 'Apostle.' W. S. GoillIK KXCOHMrNlCATKI)— THE MOKMON IX QUlSmON— IIIM-OBITION TO MUGHAM YfllXG. Salt Lake City, October 2G.-U will bo remem Jered that during the recent speech of Mr. Colfax here, E. L. Sloan made some insulting remarks for which he waa assaulted by Mi-. J. Walters one of ie 'gentiles' present. A few days ago Mi-. .. aLiers, in company wiln a inend, went across tho Jordan River to witness the Mormon nulitia drill While there, Joseph F. Smith, a Mormon apostlo who is considered a 'shining light' in Brigham's church stepped up, and asked him if hie name was Watters Mi-. Wallers replied in the affirmative, when the .-ApnutJn'.'^trunk him a heavy Jilnur ™a(li life fist at the same time usina- von- urofane lann-uao-r. ' A Mormon named Thomas Naylor then jumped upon Watters, and, aided by Smith, beat ana kicked him in a shocking manner.' Joseph Smith is a 6on of Hyrum, Joseph Smith's brother, and oho of Brig ham's firmest adherents, by whom he was recently el...
Split Amongst the Mormons. SIGNS OF THE TIMES—COMING EVENTS AND THEIR SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 February 1870
Split Amongst the Mormons. SIGNS OF THE TIMES-COMING EVENTS AND THEIH SHADOWS. Salt Lake City, October 15.-The atmosphere of TTuih is laden with ' portents diae,' arguing a speedv breaking up of tho Mormon hierarchy. First the outspoken denunciation of polygamy bv Vice-Presi dent Colfax fell like „ bombsheU into the camp ^d WilO nil tfintrmiiij-.^ 1 ? ? . -- * ****** ,.™ -n ^'luuuu Uy no means to be eliirhtod Of an illustration of its effect, I witnessed the following incident:— E. L. Sloan a Mormon, and local editor of The Teleqraph feehn- aggrieved at tho, applause with which the Gentiles received 5fr. Colfax's remarks, made an observation to the effect that those present were nothing but a sot of thieves and vagabonds Mr Sloan was roughly handled by one of the bystanders' who was arrested, carried before a Mormon justice of the peace, and fined fifteen dollars for the assault ihe second event of recent occurrence, and m™ r,t signihcance, is the excommunication oi several leading ...
A SISTER'S DEVOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 February 1870
A SISTER'S DEVOTION. At Pugwash, Canada, a few nights ago, the house of a family named Crowbey having taken fire, all the inmates except three small children had escaped ? but these were sleeping up stairs, and the fire below made it impossible to reach them. Wnoii^ «.„ mother 8 screamsfrom without awakened the eldest, a daughter not 12 years old, who came to the window and was urged by her mother to throw herself out ? but she answered : ' Jfo ; my brother and sister must be saved.' She then returned through the heat and smoke twice, and after throwing the two young children from tho window, she let herself drop to the ground, a distance of sixteen feet, and when she rose said : Tm done, Mother ; but I have saved my brother and sister from being burned up ' Ihe htQe heroine, terribly burned, shocked uith the tall, and chillod with the exposure, died carlv the next moruing.