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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TheSPBAEEB took the chair again at twenty-eight ^U^^Ws ASSENTED TO. Xhe SPEAKER announced messages from the' Governor, dated 17th November, 1869, announcing that bis Excellency had, in the name of her Majesty, assented to Hhe following bills:— The Stamp Duties Amendment Bill; the Bogan and Dubbo Electors jjjfl- the (ieorge-street, ayemey, linciosure nui. me Union-street, Goulbum, Enclosure Bill: the Prince AlfieJ Park BuUdings Erection Bill; the Eoberts's Tmste Bill; and the Agricultural Society's Incorpora tion Bill. ? - a SUPPLY FOR JANCABY. * The- SPEAKER announced a message from the governor, recommending that provision be made to defray the expenses of the various departments for the mouth of January, 1870, at the rates sanctioned for 1809. On the motion of Sir. SAMUEL, the message was ordered to be printed, and taken into consideration in Committee of Supply. NOTICES OF MOTION. jfr, COWPER gave notice of a series of sessional orders ; also of a motion tha...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

ADELAIDE. Wednesday. 1 n.m. Mr. Baker has given notice of his intention I to move in the Legislative Council that ' an address be presented to his Excellency the Governor informing him of the recent vote of want of confidence in the Government. Some splendid specimens of quartz, found near Blumerg, were exhibited in town yesterday. Surface diggings have also boon found in the hills near Onkaparinga.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

PAE XjI^MB jST T LEGIS1VA.TITJE .COUNCIL. T&ESDAV, FebBDABY 1. rue f B^iDENTtcok the chair again j.t twentF-eMn minutes after 4 o'clock. , ; .- ''^Bu MEMBER SWORN. The Hon. John Richardson took the oath of aHegUng SEAT VACATED. The PRESIDENT reported that he had receivedj ? ZSZtT1^ p'™te Secretary, stating that Patrick Alfred Jennings, Esq., had resigned his seat intS Legislative Council, and that his Excellency had W pleased to accept the resignation. ASSENT TO SHJ& The PRESIDENT reported tiiat he had received messages from his Excellency the Governor, statins that his Excellency had, in the name of her kaiestr given the Koyal assent to the following bills :— Union' street, Goulburn, Besumption and Enclosure Bill' Bogan Electorate Bill ; George-street, Sydney, Resnrnn! tion and Enclosure Bill ; Stamp Duties ActlfjZ tinuataon Bill ; Agricultural Society's Bill ? Prini Alfred Park Enclosure Bill, and Roberts' Trust BflL CHAIRMANSHIP OF COMMITTEES Mr. OWEN said he had ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. CLEARANCES.—February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

SHIPPING. CLEARANCES-— February I. Tasmania, steamer, 285 tons, Lyons, for Hobart Town. Passengers— 2 in the steerage. Maa Fu, schooner, 70 tons, J. Pemboss, for South Sea Islands. Passengers— Messrs. C. Ryder, K. Cave, J. Vave, Otway, F. Johnson, Dr. Handt. James Paterson, 291 tons, DurrelL for Rockhainpton. Passengers— Mrs. Wing Wah and servant, Messrs. J. M. Brown, G. AValker, and 4 in the steerage. [Br Electeio Teleoeaph.] ADELAIDE Arrival.— February 1 : Alcido, from Melbourne. MELBOURNE. Arrivals.— February 2 : Alexandra, from Mauritius ; Swordfish, from Hobart Town. Departures.— February 2: Drover, for Wynyard; Sussex. Ocean Bride, Hirondelle, Alexandra, and Agate, for Newcastle. NEWCASTLE. Arrivals.— February 1 : Lady Rowcna, from Mel bourne; Yarra, from Sydney. Departures.— February 2: Morpeth, Susannah Cuth bert, mid Saxonia, for Sydney; Pioneer and Escort, for Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

Parramatta and biver , BTEAMBB& %t about Half the Hallway Bates. . , r-m KiM-tee*-*. 8, 11, 1, 3, 6. JSZTSftoBtoKBin, Glaaesvflle, Nee Point, Byde, ^]ffi*-g&turn,«only. tf~~~ 0 T_ I B ^ MILS0IF6 POINT fEEEY COMPANY. SEDUCTION OF FAEES. o. ud after the first of February proximo the terms to JSJften to- the Company'! Boats, plying bom Mason's IgtujHLavender Bay to Circular Qnay, will be as follows, ?:~Kinrifi Ticket for 3 Months, 22s OA MttTdittofor 1 Month, &6d y op' SubsciflMis,' 3d each wy Family Tickets ana ChOdrenas per agreement. Be totbwt from Lavsnder Bay will start at 8.S5 *al on iJTrt February, and ponttaue thence at intervals of thirty tSa 'throughout the day, np to 6.25 p.m. ^ R. N. S. N. CO. ^SSgri Sydney to the Hunter, n-BOKEOW (Thursday) MOEKTSG, at 7, the CITY OF UEWCASTLE. Newcastle to Sydney, te HOBPETH, TO-MGBBOW {Thursday) MORNING, it 10. J?. J. IHO1IAB, Manager. Offices - Foot ot llarket-atatet. «HE NEW ZEALAND FERE AND JL JIABTNE nfSURAJfO...

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THE NEW LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

THE NEW LEADER OF THE OPl'OSITION Wl i .'iruot congratulate the Oppoulion on the first eftW;.? -il'thuir lcit'Ii.-r -if the public urn to accept Mr. Biii'immui in that character, as ho sueina desirous that tliciy should. The debak' on the address in reply to the Govomor's spech \v;is opened in a most commendable manner 'by die new member for Mudgm), Mr. M. H. Stephen, who dwelt, lightly but emphatically, upon each particular point in the spoLvh, but wi»3 careful to stJito that, in accepting Uil- lea.', in this case, ho did not identify himself with any uurly, independently of the policy of that party. The new member for Northumberland, Dr. Brookes, followed in :i similar spirit, and the new member for the Hastings, Mr. Dean, in the few remarks that lie offerod at a later period, adopted a like course. Sir James Martin was dignified and calm, and the Colf'niiil Secretary responded with similar temper — the particular point referred to being the policy of the home Government with rega...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

COMMERCIAL. 3 p.m. The- unexpected arrival of the Voyager, from San Francisco, on Tuesday, caused some excitement in the flour market, but it has not had the effect of reducing prices. The entire cargo has been sold in one lot at Lll 10s per ton, and will be forthwith taken tnto store. A sale of fifty tons of best California at Lll 15s is re ported, as well as sales of superfine silk dressed Adelaiue at LI3 10s to L14 10s per ton. All the California!! wheat out of the Anna has been placed at 5s 7d per bushel, Adelaide wheat fis per ditto, colonial 4s (id to 5s. Messrs. Bradley, Newton, and Lamb held a sale of South Sea Island produce this morning, at their rooms, O'Connell-street. There were two lots of cocoanut oil, and they fetched L30 and L31 per tun respectively. A lot of cotton yielded lOjd per lb. At llaynes, Treeve, and Co.'s property sale this morning, Mort's rooms ; there was a very fair attend ance, and some fine properties were sold. The allot ment of bind and 4-room bric...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

An injunction has been obtained from Mr. Justice Hargrave, restraining the Borough Council of New castle from proceeding further with the works in Wolfe and King streets, and also enjoining that the wall across the former street should be taken down. The Solicttob-Generalshtp.— The news that Julian E. Salomons, Esq., has resigned, or is about to resign the office of Solicitor-General, will be received with regret Sir. Salomons, we understand, has come to this determination because, not having secured a seat in the Assembly, he -thinks it his duty under the circumstances not to retain the office. While agreeing with the propriety of the course he has adopted, we cannot help expressing our sorrow that the services of a gentleman of such acknowledged ability have, for a time at least, been lost to the Government Sudden Death.— A Mrs. Mary M'Court expired suddenly this morning at ber residence, Foxlow-place, Castlereagh-street Dr. Low was sent for, but, upon his arrival, found that life...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENTRIES FOR THE BATHURST CUP HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

ENTRIES FOB THE BATHURST CUP HANDICAP. At a meeting of the Bathurst Jockey Club, held at Bathurst on Monday evening, the following entries for the above race, with the weights, were posted :— st. lbs. Phcebe ? 8 12 The Moor ... ... ... 8 3 Carnation ... ... ... 7 9 Traverton ... ... ... 7 7 Mickey Free ... ... ... 7 4 Surbiton ... ... ... 6 12 Vanguard ... ... ... C 12 Pasha ... ... ... 6 10 Barney ... ... ... 6' 10 ? Marske ? 6 7 Silvertail '~ '..7 ??? 6 6 Joe Miller ? V, 6 6 Advocate ... ... ... 5 9 Medea ... ... ... 5 1 The entrances for the Jockey Club Shorts and ih* Western Handicap were postponed to Friday, the 4th instant, at 4 p.m.

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Insolvency, This Day. VOLUNTARY SPOUESTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

Insolvency, This Bay, VrtT.lTWTARV RPonrernjlTmvB John Hackett, butcher, of Forbes-street, Woolloo mooloo. Liabilities, L193 14s 3d. Assets, L33 17s 2d. Deficient, L159 17s Id. Causes of insolvency: Falling off in business. Sir. Mackenzie, official assignee. Thomas Jago Walker, of Waratah, labourer. Lia bilities, L44 14s 2d. Assets, L5 10s. Deficient, L39 4s 2d. Cause of insolvency: Illness of wife and family for a number of years. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee.

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Coroner's Court This Day The Mysterious Case of Margaret Boyce. ADJOURNED INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

€oMer¥Co«rt,TMsDay The Mysterious Caso of Margaret Boyce. ADJOUBNED INQCEST. . At the time of going to press yesterday, the Court had ajourned for refreshment We now gire the remainder of the evidence as taken yesterday. $ llary Ann Emerson continued: I am certain the young man bad on a dark coat. There is a side door leading from Sussex-street into the parlour, and it was by that entrance that they came in, and they must have left that way as they did not go through the bar. The young woman's hair appeared to be wavy or curly. Either it was naturally so, or it had been dressed in that way. The young man had his hair cut closely and appeared rather broad-shouldered. The Court, after this witnesses's depositions had been completed, adjourned for refreshment. Upon the resumption of the business the following testimony was received : — Japhet Harmer is a cellarman, who works at the Paddington Brewery, and resides in George-street. He said : I know a public-house at the corner of Bathur...

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WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

WATER POLICE CO0RT. (Before Mr. Cloete, W.P.1L, and Messrs. Evans and J. E. BlanninR.) Two drunkards were punished. George Wilcox, for furiously driving along William street, was fined 10s, with 2s 6d costs. Daniel Collins, for casting out night soil near Clyde street, was sentenced to four days' imprisonment, aud Denis Coogan, who had employed him, was fined £5. with 2s Cd costs, or in default, one month to gaol. Patrick Larkin was fined 10s, with 5s Cd costs, for using obscene language. Daniel Eldridge, for sufferinc; a horse to stray, was fined 10s, with 2s Gd c6sts. Luke Flynn, for neglecting . his cab and horse, was fined £2, with 2s Od costs. It appeared from the evi dence of constable Higgins, that about 8 o'clock on the morning of +he 28th December last, {the horse had bolted with the cab. The constable succeeded iu over taking it, and subsequently met Flynn, who told him that he had gone to see a sick man who lived in Essex street, and that he had left the cab at the door.<...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

MELBOUENE. Tuesday. The Chamber of Commerce is to meet the Corpora tion on Thursday, to consider what regulations shall be adopted for licensing brokers. A meeting of the Victorian Cricketing Association was held laBt night. The proposal of the Sydn eyAssociation to play tho match at the end of February was agreed to. The Victorian team is to be selected from the following gentlemen, viz.:— Messrs. Allan, W. Campbell, Con way, Cosstick, Cuzens, Egglestone, Figgis, Goggin, Gibson, Gordon, Huddlestone, Kelly, M'Gann, Longhman, Philhps, EiggalL Eobertson,Wardell, and Wills. The Noveau Nomade has brought 800 bags sugar from Mauritius. According to the latest advices, no vessels were loading for the colonies. The cargo of the G. . T. Bay has been sold privately. The particulars have not transpired. Tho Bank of Victoria has declared a dividend of ten per cent. The Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Eailway Com pany havo declared a dividend of seven per cent. The great cricket match between the Ar...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARALUEN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

AEALUEN. Tuesday. A branch of the Protestant Political Association was inaugurated here last night. The Public School was formally opened to-day ; a large number of persons were present. A testimonial and a purse of sovereigns were pre sented by tho Police Magistrate to Mr. Henry Dow ner on behalf of the inhabitants.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

ADELAIDE. Tuesday. 'Aftor a long conference this morning, Ministers decided upon not resigning1. The salaries of the civil servants remain unpaid for the past month, which causes much dissatisfaction. A dissolution is freely talked of outside as the only remedy tor the present unsatisfactory state of political affairs. Some three thousand four hundred bags of sugar, ox Surprise, sold this morning at medium rates ; the bidding was dull. Tho corn market is quiet — Herald. Pbikce or Wales Ophba Hotjse.— Tho grand play of ' Narcisse' again attracted a very fashionable attend ance last evening, and the performances appear to increase in attractiveness. Her Bandmann's pourtrayal was a masterpiece of elocution and fine acting, and at the close of every act he was vociferously called before the curtain. Miss Kate Corcoran also exceeded her former efforts, and Bliss Florence Colville was truly admirable. A more delightful play than ' Narcisse' has seldom been put upon the boards in this colo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART TOWN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

HOBAET TOWN. Tuesday. Mr. Downer, from Melbourne, fell over the cliffs and was killed. In the caso of the Launceston Reef swindlo, Miller was discharged and Ellis committed for trial. Mr. Isaacs, late Solicitor-General of New South Wales, has been admitted to the bar here. ? Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Day, Levy, Hughes, Renwick, ana Chapman,) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COUBT. (Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Day, Levy, Hughes, Benwick, and Chapman.) There were five drunkards fined. Joseph Griffiths, a deserter, from H M.S. Emdymion, was remanded to the naval authorities. Thomas Kiley was fined Ds or seven days in gaol, for wilfully breakiic a window. The hearing of the case Kelly v. Lawless, for assault, was, on the application of Mr. Driver, postponed till Friday. Jane Roach, for disobeying a summons for making use of obscene words to Ellen Hunt, was remanded till to-mo-Tow. Phrube Wiley, 13 years of age, was brought up under the Industrial School's Act, and sent to Newcastle. She has been an inmate of tbe Bqnevolent Asylum for about eighteen months, and on Sunday she, in company with another, made an escape, and was brought back on Monday night. She was brought before the committee, and they decided upon taking these proceedings. John Bennett was charged with indecently assault ing Isabella Hughes, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 February 1870

BIRTHS. &amp;nbsp; On the 17th January, at her residence, Lake Condah, &amp;nbsp; Victoria, Mrs. J. W. C. FLOWER, of a daughter. On the 19th January, at her residence, Stephen-street, &amp;nbsp; Balmain, Mrs. Charles DAVIS, of a daughter. On the 20th January, at her residence, Enfleld, the wife &amp;nbsp; of Mr. B. A. COTTON, of a daughter. On the 22nd January, at Murrurundi, the wife of Thomas M. NEWMAN, of a son. On the 22nd January, at her residence, Leichhardt, &amp;nbsp; Balmain-road, Mrs. J. WILLIAMS, of a daughter. On the 23rd January, at 95 George-street, the wife of Mr. George Murdock WYNN, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. &amp;nbsp; On the 2nd January, by special license, at Inverell, by the Rev. C. C. Greenway, John Thorne, youngest son of George Thorne, of Inverell, to Emily Jane Webb, eldest daughter of Mrs. M. Calthorpe, and granddaughter of the late Captain Richard Gay, of Bideford, Devonshire. On the 4th January, at St. Silas's, Waterloo, by the Rev....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

DUBBO. rpBOlI OUB OWN CpttEESPONDENT.] Dcbbo Statistics.— The police district of Dubbo, has its dual interpretation, like most other things. For instance, in collecting the Electoral roll the police have certain defined directions to guide them ; so also in collecting pastoral and agricultural 8ta-: tistics. La the, pursuit of crime the boundaries of the police district become very undefined. In col lecting statistics, however, speaking not too pre cisely, the police commence at Ponto, eighteen miles south of Dubbo ; travel thence by a semi-circular route to Tanambah, on the Marthaguy, eighty-five miles north of Dubbo; to fiTty miles on the east, a little beyond Cobbora; and the same distance on the west side of the Mac quarie. It is there obvious that the Dubbo police can take in only a very small portion of the Wellington district and an insignificant part of Bhgu. Still, so far as Bligh isconcerned in relation to agriculture little more can bo gleaned, because beyond the radius o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHOSE WIFE IS SHE ? [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

WHOSE WIFE IS SHE? Bigamy and divorse seem to be so prev;ilent in England just now that some people are puzzled to know whose wives or husbands they really are in the eye of the law ; and at least one woman, in this predicament, has taken legal proceedings to find out who she is to claim as her lawful 6pouse. The Times of the 22nd November reports the case as follows : — At Westminster Police Court, Mr. William Baynes Nethcrwood, formerly a captain of Madras Cavalry, appeared to his recognizances of final examination, charged with bigamy. Mr. James Lewis prosecuted. Mr. Staniforth, from the office of Mr. Robert Haynes, solicitor, defended. It appeared that on the 25th of July, 1850, the prisoner was married to Martha Pearce, at St. Peter's, Islington, and in June, 1867, he was again married to another woman at the registrar's office, Kensington. The second wife had first met the prisoner at Paddock-wood station, near which her friends were ihen residing. Three or four weeks after sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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