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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 November 1869
BIRTHS. On the 12th instant, at her residence, Union street, Newtown tbe wife of Mr. B. Hardaker, of a daughter. On the 15th instant, at Sunnymede, Snail's Bay, Balmain, Mrs. Frederick Harpur, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 10th instant, at St. James's Church, by the Rev Canon Allwood, Charles Smith, third son of J. B. Jones, Esq., of Camperdown, to Emma Louisa, eldest daughter of William Roberts, Esq., of Castlereagh-street, Sydney, solicitor. On the 16ih instant, by special license, at St. Barnabas's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Joseph Barnier, William Beveridge Davies, of Bathurst, fourth son of the late William Owen Davies, of Parramatta, solicitor, to Sarah, second daughter of the late William Worrill, wool broker, late of Spitalfields, London. DEATHS. On the 12th instant, at Bengalla, John Hudson Keys, aged 12 years. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Charles-street, Woolloo- mooloo Bay, Mrs. Eliza Yabsley, relict of the late Mr. James Flanders, and mother of John and Tho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
BRITISH PkAT&GLASS WARE HOUSE, 8BLLIHG OFF I SKLLIKG OFF I SELLING OFF I In consequence of Mr, John Murphy retiring from the Business, the whole of tbeir valuable Stock ia bow submitted to tbe Pnblio, and will be sold under cost prioe to dose tbe Partnership, The Stock copeinM of the most elegant and newest dfsipns of PrpernanjtiDga ever imported into the colony. Flookfl, goU, satins, and medium paper hangings, paints oils, oiloars varnishes, brasapare, plate, ehee», »sd crows glass ; together with an end legs wie-lj ef goods connected with tbe trade to Burner oue tsparticolaiise. Oountr.f Storekeepers, tbs Public, and Trade ere in' vited to inspect. JOHN MUKPHY and SON, Oil and Colour Merchants, _ SI, and S3, Parramatta-street. RIOEABD W A -S S O F. : KOUSS AKD SHIP PLUMBSE, 149, TOSK-fltaEET, &crt Lyaaua, Pomps, Bites, Water G'^ott, &a., rct.ie, finta gad repairei Licensfd to la; en Wat^r.. Iron, cr Lwd Ffpes ??ini?.nvr Lead in an; quantity for SALH. TO LA....
THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
THE BUSH. ! Toe newly arrived immigrant in the Unites States of North America is frequently tantalised with Ite '? far west,' which he seeks to reach by railway, steamer, or oa horeebiok, still following the sun, The farther west he goes, the more the ' far wesi' Beenu (o retire before him ; and tbis is tie case even in the endless forests west of the Misti.oippi. In tbemarahes, where no truce is teen bnt that of the hunter and the game be is pursning, he still Says he is going to thn west, bscauee bears are getting scarce, and buffaloes may DC f^fl.!SSP(l omn- fV i\ia nottirtli nHrlADitlAa nf Ida t.-niilUn Exactly the bams kind of thing hap, 606 to tbe newli-arrived elrangerin the Auatrslian bnsb, Blthongh he need not go eo far in search of it. The inhabitants *f Sydney, or of one of the other seapctts, are a.pt to ! denominste vbateter ie situated beyond the pr.tir:ct! ef tbeir town hip as bush. Bat the traveller soon dis- , covers, as he jocrneys oaward, that it lies farther off....
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH. During this conversation, Kakurru bad not taken his eyes off the stranger, irbohai addressed him in bis o*n tongue, for a single moment ; and even tbe o'her blacks looked at him with astonishment. He was the first white man they had heard speaking the language of one of their tribes flueutlv. ' Make B light, poor lubrs, ngiraug dim per !' naid a voioe by their side. Looking to the place whence the sound proceeded, they saw one of tbe most horrible beings of these tribes— the greatest nontrosity of ie pilaive hideonsness that human imagination oaold probably fancy. Tbii creatura was a woman. Of what age, Oould not be ascertained ; dirt and wrioklcs duformed and oonooa'.od her features. Not the least bit of a garment oonceiled her nakedness ; her hair hang entangled oier the bo^y shonldtrs, and her bleared eyes gleamed bb muoh with rage and hatred againBt tbe white as they besought compassion, ' This would be another specimen for your Austra lian mena...
ROYAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
BOY Ah SOOIi.TT. A meeting of the Feyal Society was held OB Wednes day eveaing in the Ohamber of Oommene. The obair mi taken by Mr. Smaller, who read a Utter from his Bxo llency, regret ing iha- in oonecquenoo of having to return early to Thweby Park he could not attend the meeting The minatee of the last meeting were read aad ooBfitnMd. On the proposal of the Gbaibkak, Mr. A, He lassa was elected a member of the society. Mr. Oe^blce Mates, O.E., read a papar on the water eapply of -'-jdeey. lie maintained that water might be obtained from Oook'e and George's Biver equally well as to quality and to quantity at muoh leas cast than by the eobeme recom mended by the GommUtieners. He Bhowed that a supply of water, equal to that now obtained from Botany, aight be obtained from Cook's Biver by ths construction of s watertight dam, at a cost of £155,000. Then Oook'a River and Botany would ?apply enoHgh water for double the present population of Sydney and the suburbs. He then proposed to s...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
FRIDAY, KOVEMBEE 19, 1869. Events nowooourring in Queensland bear so marked an analogy to the political aspeot of affairs in thiB oolony at tbe present time that a reference to them will not be uninteresting. It iB not that the political ' situation' in the two eolenies is at present exactly similar, but that the tendenoies of events are the* tame. If we are justified in forming an opinion from the elender information at present available— whether from oral rumour or public announcement — we may, with some oonfidenoe, anticipate a reoonstruotion of parties as the oonsequeaoe of the present appeal to the oountry. The sequence of this would perhaps be a reoonstruotion of the Government, and if this followed upon the legitimate aotion of Far) ament, nobody wonld bave any right to complain of it ; but in Queensland there has within the last few day;, been a most extraordinary reoonstruo tion of the Ministry without any aotion on the part of Parliament conduoing thereto. The Legislature ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
TVTBWTOWN BLKCTOKAT«. Mr. 8. 0. BBOWK will meet and address the Electors at the TOWN HALL, NEWTOWN. TBIS EVENING, tbe 19th instant, at half-past 7 o'clock p.m. ELECTOBS are respectfully requested to attend. IW'EWTOWN ELECTORATE. MB. 8. 0 BBOWK will meet and address the Eleotors in the va-ioue divisions of the Ueotorate, as under, on the cates FBepeotiv»ly mentioned, viz :— 1HTS EVENING (FBIDATx 19th November, at Town Hall, Newtown, at 730 p.m. TUESDAY, 23rd November, at Mr. Williamson'e, Belfast Wine Vaults, Botany-road. FBIDAY, 26th November, at Seale'e Botel, Camper down. TUESDAY, SOh November, at Mr. Balmet'e, Botany , View Hotel. Cook's B,iver-road. FBIDAY, 3rd December, at llr. Brenohlej's, Shearers' ? Arms, Botany-road. TUESDAY, 7th December, at Mr. Mongan'a, Crown Inn, Darlington. ELECTORS are respectfully invited to attend. TO THE ELECTORS OP MORPETH . ELECTORATE GBBTLEnsr,— Pi»e years since you did me the honour of electing me 'as yenr repretentative in the Parliament of Ne...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. BATHURST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
TELBOBAPSW MESSAGES. BATHUBST. Thursday. A requisition is being signed to Mr. W. H. Suttor, astipg him to stand for Bathurat, and Mr. Samuel Bobinson is al«o coming forward. For Weal Macquarie it is said Mr. B, Webb is in the field to oppose Mr. Driver. Thirty tons of etons frem the Victorian Trunkey Company's olaim have been ornshed, jielding forty-one ouooea of gold.— Herald.
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
MELBOURNE. Thuradav. The first matriculation examination at the Univer sity commenced to-day ; 109 candidates enrolled them selves. The Municipal Council of Pitzroy have called for tenders for lighting the borough by means of kerosene eil lamps, on account of the high price of gaa, An important insurance csse— the Adelaide Marine Insurance Oompany v, the New South Wales Marine ' Insurance Oompany— commenced to-day, in the Supreme Ocnrt,— Empire. Warrior beat Prater by a neck, for the Beudigo Cup There ie to be a call of the Oounoil en Wednesday, to consider the Payment of Members Bill. It is intended to amalgamate the Savings' Bank with the Post ' 'See Savings' Bank. Mr. Heller appeared at Ihe Apollo Hall last night; the plaoe wai orowded. Sales of flour for trade purposes have tasen place at £15; there have been a few transactions in oornsaoks at 12s, firm. The Wave, from Newcastle, arrived at Queenecliff with loss of foretopgallant-mast. — Herald.
Extraordinary Occurrence. DEATH FROM FROST BITE IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
Extraordinary Occurrence. DeAxb pbom ]'b?st Bite nt AtjstbalU. It is Beldora indeed, in Anat'alis, sayc the Wagga' Wagga Express, even amidst the rigours of an Alpine winter that cues of frost bite oconr, and yet in the Talley of the semi tropical Murrombidgee, after winter bod passed «nd the first genial dtyu of spring hai opsned, sn unfortanato Africas, perhaps constitution ally snsoeptible to the influences ef cold, while camping out io the bush waB so esverely froBt bitten in both of bis feet that a portion ct one came away altogether, and in a very abort time a similar fate muat have over taken the otber. bud not a lingering bnt merciful death at last pat an end to tbe poor fellow's sufferings. Tbe par ticulars of tbe ca«e appear to be these. The deoeaied a negro named Janes Williems, from Berbio:-, bad foreoraR weaks in tbe early spring been employed upon tfee river as a shepherd. In tbe beginning of Feptember .he was doing no work, and wandering in the buth on the station of ...
Bigamy at Sofala. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
-Bigamy at Sofala, The Western Port reports tbe following case as heard before Judge Josepbson on Friday last. . O.ive Aloook was obarired with oommittiBg bigamy, by after marrying a Ghiiiaman named Hey Loy, «t Sofala, on the'iotb July, 1663 subsequently marrjing one Bichard Bowfcte&d, ct Uudgee, in tbe present } e*r, although tie Chinaman was still alive. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and wa« defended by Mr. Dallev. instructed by Mr. James. .. Mr. Liyard, the registrar, produoed tbe certiboate of tbe nttmge with Hie Chinaman at Sofal*. and ulse the enbiequeat cerfciSoate of prisoner's marriage with Bovetead. ... Mr. Dalley objected to the reception of this evi dence, upon the gronni that one ef tbe f ormB was not properly filled op, tbe names of tbe parents of the pi isone'r not being inserted. _ His Honor thought thai he was boond to receive tbe certificate, such as it was, whether defioient or not, but took a note ©t tbe objection. Constable MoEvey deposed to the arreBt ef...
ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
ADELAIDE. Thnrsdav. It is proposed to hold a day's racing oa New Tear's Day. Fifteen hundred bushels wheat sold to-day at Ss 3a psr buihel A large con tract for flour, oaoked in barrels, has beaB aooepted,— Empire. The motion moved by Mr. Beynolds. condemnatory of the conduot of the Agent-General in England, in connection with reoent contracts for ironwork, was carried in the Assembly. Mr. Baker carried h!s mo'ion in the Council for a sslxot committee on postal contracts. The Chief Secretary made an explanatory epeeoh as to the aotion of the Government^ whioh ie generally considered satisfactory. The drought oontinues in the Far North. A yachting elub is being formed at the port. Tbe corn marktt is very depressed,— Herald,
WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
WaTES POLICE OOUaT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate,' and Messrs. Kettle, J. E. Manning, E. Chapmen, and S^enoe.) W, Garton wa» charged, under warrant, with having assaulted Lenis T. Caetlis,- and was fined 40s. with costs. Samuel Johnstoce was charged with stealing a pair of boots, the property of A. Chase, and was remanded until Moadav for farther evident:-. Nash v. tori hey- ThiB was a summons case against defendant for the use of threatening words. Defend ant did not appear, aid a warrant was ordered to be issued. Iiianrnxa BoensKs,— The transfer of lionise from the Kangaroo Inn, to the Royal Arms, Bridge-street, was granted to James Mitohell, Boex-kEKNBO sy Sdiglb Ebtei.— 'tSr. Ohsiles Faohe, English master of the Sydney Grammar School, has compiled a very astfnl book, making familiar the principles of book-keeping. We mis the old-fashioned style, so puzzling in our eihoolboy days, of so many Flemish ells at some unheard of ptiea in utmost impossible fractions. Mr. Fache bs...
Shipping. ARRIVALS—November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
fefcippins* ARRIVALS.— November 18. Lady Young, steamer, 441 tons, Milman, from Brisbane 16th instant Passengers -Mies Thorn, Bey. E Griffiths. Hon E. Towns, Messrs. ShipFsretin, W, Palmer, B. Tooth, Upwards, Biies, H. Mosman, G. Gramston, sad 23 in the steerage, A S.N. Co. *gM»te. --, , IlliloDf, steamer, 800 tone, Meaney, frem Clyde Biver 18th instant. Passengers— Messrs Noble, W. Oox, F. Stevens, F. Bntith, G. Lever, 0. M Lean, J, Cork, Mrs, Garratd, and 4 in th« steerage. I.b.N. Co. agents November 19. City of Hobart, steamer, 362 tons, Clinch, from Hobart Town 16th instant. Passene*rs-Mre. Cootee, 3 children, end servant, Captain Farquhar, Messrs. Wiluame, Short, Captain Chsmbtrlain, and 4 in the steerage. Willis, Merry, and Lloyd agents, DKPARTDBEs.-Nofembfr 18. City of Melbourne, steamer, for Auckland. Black 8wan steamer, for Maryborough. Western Fmpire, ship, for London, Commissary, sfcip, for London. CLEARANCES — November 18. Colonist, sahosner, 105 tons, Geacfc, for New Ga...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
P ABB A MATT A AND EWE 8TKAMBBB, «t shoot Half the B«l*ay Bates. iron King-street— 7, ? 11, 1, 8, 5. from Parramatta— 6 60. 7.80,9, 11, 1, 3. 5. Online at HuDter'e Biil, Glidesrille, Ne» Poii Hyde, KewiogtoD, EnniDgtonj Sablaoo. Children— fc'aloon return, 6d. only. ^ E. K. 8. N. 0 0 *g|i-9Eaill SIDSET TO THB HUHTEB, T0-M0BB0W, SATUBDAY NIGHT, at 11, tl MOBPETH, HBWOABTLITO SXHHEY. Tie OIW OP NBWOABTLB, TO HOBBO? SATURDAY MOBNINGr, at 10. J.J.THOHAB, Manager, Offiou, foot ef Kartat-stMtt |M^ X STEAM 1SA.YldA.1iaS 001 ^BggM^TAMT'a BTBAMBEXPS— TO HOTTER BI7EB. OOONANBABA.To-Night, Fainay, at 11. TO MELBOUBNE. BANGATIRA, To-morrow Afternoon, Saturday, at I Fares— Saloon, -8: return, £10; Storage, £1 10c. TO AUCKLAND. Bteamer early. Taking Passengers and Cargo for all ti Porto is tee Northern Island, ' TO BBI8BANE, LADY YOUNG, Tomorrow Afternoon, Sa'ordav, e 2.S0. TO MABYBOBOTGH. BLAOK SWAN, about Wednesday, let December. TO BOOKHAMPTON. BGHONT 48 hours after arrival. fBSDS, £L TBOUTON, ...
Commercial. Friday, 4 pm. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
Commercial* Friday, 4 pm. The market in brcadstuffs continues very dull, and in the opinion of most traders prieos must give way. At £14 the beet of fleur is offered ; and wheat is held for 7a. At the mills, the former article, manufactured here, is offered at a lesser rat?. Maize is cany at 4s par bushel; Oape barley, 2e 9d to 8s; English ditto, Ss 94 to 4s; bran, 15d; h«j (Hunter River) is plentiful— lucerne at 30? to 42s 6d per tin; oaten ditto, 40jto 50s; straw, 30s to 40s; onions, 6s to 7s per owt. ; potatoes, 6s to 6s 6d. Farm produce is plentiful. Fowls, 2e 6d to 8s; ducks, Si 6d to '4s; geecs, 6s to 6a 6d; turkeys, 6s to 12e eeoh; eggs, 6d to 7d par doien. Fat Oattli— The market is fully supplied at lather a deoline in prices There have been seme prime bulloaks told at as average of 15a per 100 lbs. Fat Calves — There is an over supply, and a con siderable falling off in prices. The quotations are 10s to 25s each. Fat Sheep.— Messrs. Goldebrough, Burt, and Co. sold, this mor...
SECOND COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Hargrave.) [?]y. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
. Peoond Court. (Before hie Honor Mr. Justioe Hargrave.) F6B8IBT. John Henry Sonryver was indioted for iorging a deed purporting to be a mortgage from one Bobert Boshbridge to William Barnes Geooh, Mr. 0. JV Manning prosecuted for the Crown, Mr. Windever, instructed by Mr. B. B. Smith, defended the prisoner. The evidence was conolueive, and the jury, after a abort deliberation, retorntd a verdit orgnilty. His Honob eentsnoad prisoner to seven years' hard Ubenron the roads. ntVBVUBUT rHSOLVEHCTi Nicholas Stapleton, oharged with fraudulent ineol Tenoy, was being heard when we went to press.
ORIMINAL COURT-Thursday. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice [?]ke.) CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869
CRIMINAL COURT— Thursday. FlBST COUBT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cbeake.) 0ONBPIBA0T T» DBFBAUD, Denis Maokinlay, Patriok Mackinlay, James Begers, George O'Brien, James Bourke, and Alexander Shaw, were indioted for conspiring to defraud the creditors in the estate of the said Denis Maekinlay and Patrick Maokinlay. George Franois Wright, deposed : I am a salesman, in the employ of Princs, Ogg, and Co. In May last I sold to Mr. Ethertdge, on account of tha Maokinlaye, a quantity of drapery geods, consiating of blankets, drill trousers, rugs, dungaree jumpers. The parcel produced I identify a some of the goods I sold to Ether;dge. It has our own private mark on it. There were forty-one packages in all. I recognise the drill trousers produced, I purchased them, with, othere, at W, aud S Gardiner's. 1 he number on the case containing them was the same as that on the case produced, but some of the brands have been erased, I caw tbeee trousers in Melbourne with several dozens correspon...