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MAJOR KEMP, THE WANGANUI CHIEF SURPRISES TE KOOTI'S CAMP. DRIVES OFF 100 HORSES AND KILLS 20. TE KOOTI RETREATS TO THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

MAJOR KEMP, THE WANGANUI CHIEF SURPRISES TE KOOTI'S CAMP. DRIVES OFF 100 HORSES AND KILLS 20. TE KOOTI RETREATS TO TTTE RUSH. By tho latest intelligence received by the Govern ment on the 2Gth from the front at Tapapa, it is reported that Major Kemp, of the Wan£unui Native Contingent, who went out in pursuit of the enomy on hearing firing in the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Macdonnell's quarters, proceeded to To ?h-oon s position, and succeeded in capturing 100 of the enemy's horses and killingjtwenty. On approach ing the enemy's camp Major Kemp's people were fired at. The firing was returned with spirit, and the enemy driven from his position which was burned to the ground, the enemy bolting into the bush. Lieutenant-Colonel Macdoimell proposed to mount 100 of his men on the horses taken from the enemy, and is preparing to follow him in any direction he may take.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Hamilton, Tuesday, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Hamilton, Tuesdav, 10 p.m. lo hooti s picket was surprised List night. One man was killed and two prisoners were taken. Authentic news will be sent to-day by messenger. No attack has yet been made.,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTANT FROM WAIKATO. TE KOOTI'S OUTPOSTS SURPRISED. ONE KILLED AND FOUR PRISONERS TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

IMPORTANT PROM WAIKATO. TE KOOTI'S OUTPOSTS SURPRISED. ONE KILLED AND FOUR PRISONERS TAKEN. During the 25th ultimo, telegrams of an important character were received from Cambridge. The first of these stated that Colonel McDonnell, with tho farce under his command, had approached to within a distance of five miles from Te Kooti's position, and had surprised an outpost, killing one man and capturing the picket, which is said to have consisted of three men and a woman, Another telegram, however, states that the picket consisted of six men, all of whom were captured. Colonel M'Donnoll was expected to make an attack on the main body of Te Kooti's followers yesterday mom ing if he saw a sure prospect of success, but if he folt doubtful of the result he was to avail himself of Colonel Moule's co-operation. Te Kooti's present position is said to be at Hirinere, twenty-five miles from where Colonel M'Donnell was at the time he was last communicated with. From the statements of the prisoners...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1870. Afteh a painful and earnest investigation ex tending over a waek, the inquest on the unfortunate girl Margaret Boyce had to be adjourned for a 'fortnight, in the hope that something may turn up during that period ?vvhiek will throw some light upon this dark and mysterious case. The inquiry presented some features which seemed to show that the girl had been made away with by some cruel ruffian, by means other than forcible. The evidence of the medical man who examined the body almost absolutely prohibited the supposi tion thatpersonal violence had been perpetrated. Mrs. Emerson says that on tbe night of her death, the girl appeared in a state of partial intoxication in a public house, at no great distance from the place where there is every reason to believe she was thrown or fell into the water. The medical man who made the post mortem examination, says that there was no sign of spirits on deceased, nor anything which would lead him to believe that the st...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from New Zealand [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

Later from New Zealand By the arrival of the steamship Auckland, from Auckland 27th ultimo, we liavo advices to that date. The intelligence is of an important character, and some discontent prevails at the defensive measures that have been taken. Throughout Waikato, says the Xiw Zealand Herald of thn 27th. the irrain is ready for the sickle, and a large breadth of crop has been planted this year. The calling out of the militia in Waikato means neither more nor less than leaving this grain to waste in the fields. The men are called away to garrison the redoubts, and the harvest fields are deserted.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. GREAT FLOODS IN QUEENSLAND. ROCKHAMPTON. Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

Telegrams, This Day. GEEAT FLOODS IN QUEENS LAND. EOCKHAMPTON. Thursday, 3 p.m. Incessant rains have taken place here, wholly un precedented for the quantity of water which fell. The Fitzroy river ; has risen rapidly, and all the wharfs are submerged. Great damage is done on the banks of tiie river, heavier floods are expected. Traffic is entirely suspended on the roads, and the steam punt is useless. Great damage has heen done to the railway. The rails have been torn up, the culverts destroyed, and other extensive injuries occasioned. Traffic is stopped. The Queensland, which was to have left this morn ing, cannot move ; and the Baldutha is unable to discharge. Great dissatisfaction is expressed at the non arrival of the Blackbird with the English mails.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. ANTICIPATED FENIAN MOVEMENT AGAINST CANADA. THE MYSTERIOUS MOVEMENTS OF TROOPS ABOUT NEW YOKK—VARIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

United States, j ANTICIPATED FENIAN MOVEMENT AGAINST CANADA. THEfiiMSSTEEIOUS MOVEMENTS OF TEOOPS ABOUT NEW YOKE— VARIOUS FANCIFUL SURMISES. New York, December 3. — The destination of &e tax-p3 stationed at various posts in New York har bour, who have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to move to-morrow is, it is stated, to tho posts lying in and round taie Mormon territory. It is further stated that the attitude of Hie Mormons has recently been of a hostile character, and they have formed a canru of 15,000 men. . JJJIt is believed the movements of troops in this ?ricinily is to capture the gathering nien, who, it is believed, have formed a rendezvous preparatory to a Fenian invasion. Some time ago General O'Neil, Commander of tlio Fenian, forces, issued an order to the brotherhood to the effect that before another winter passed away decisive measures would be resorted to by tho Fenian forces to achieve tho object of the brotherhood. For the past two months great a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Thursday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

MELBOURNE. Thursdav. noon. The Argus, in a leader this morning, contends that the Government ought to cooperate with the other colonies in establishing the mail service via San Francisco, but disapproves of their supporting the line via Torres Straits. A detachment of the 14th Regiment arrived from Adelaide to-day. At the wool sales, yestarday, COO bales were sold at satisfactory rates. A Commission to inquire into tho administration of the Lands' office is to he appointed this week. Messrs. Frazer and Co. sold most of the sugars, ex C. T. Kay at rates showing an advance of £1 to £1 10s. per ton. The attendance at the sale was good. The flour market has been depressed by the . Californian -news. Traverton has been entered forthe Cup and Spring Handicap. Thursday, 3 p.m. Messrs. Berry and Rutherford are nominated as candidates for Geelong. Mr. Berry states that he had received £200, through Mr. Rolfe, from the M'CuUoch Ministry to support the Geelong Jlcgister, newspaper, as a Govern...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from Europe [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

late* front Europe ? By wav of California, we have, by the Tiarque Borer of we Seas, further details of European news. The following extracts are from the Sim JFrantaco Jvriiinff Sulletin :— Paris, December 3. — The reported difficulty in Paris, about landing the French cable on the American shore, has been amicably settled. I/radon, December 3. — The proceedings in the Consistory Court of York against Rev. C. Voyse, for heresy, has terminated. Mr. Yoyse was heard yes (enifiy jn his own defence before the Chancellor, who to-ixy rendered judgment, declaring that all the charges and allegations against the defendant had been proved, and excluded him from the Church of England. Jladrid, December 3. — Several Carlists conspira tors have been discovered in various parts of Spain within a fow days, and a number of arrests made. The authorities are taking extraordinary precautions lo arrest the new outbreakors. London, December 3. — The iron-chid vessels are ready to sail with the body of ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

ADELAIDE. Thursday. JL he Government have introduced a bill to reduce their salaries and all the salaries of all future Ministers to £500 oach. Personal recriminations followed tho introduction of the bill. The Government aro issusing mining leases free for the first three months.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

BATHUEST. Wednesday. Thore was an attempt to escape from the gaol here yesterday. One of the prisoners, by some means, got possession of a rope ladder -which he had fixed to the wall, and was about to ascend when he was observed and captured. A picnic was given to-day to the Volunteer corps, by Mr. E. Combes, of Glanmire, and was most suc cessful, nearly tho whole of the company being present. — Herald,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA. Melbourne, 29th January, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

VICTORIA. [FROM OUR SPECIAL COKEESPONDENT.l Melbourne, 29th January. 1870 After all that rancour could say and ill-natured people do, Mr. Macpheraon has fairly succeeded in changing the personnel of his Cabinet, and has now a Treasurer as well as the colleagues on whom I reported last week. In Mr. Aspinall's favour is Ins honesty and disinterestedness ; but it cannot well W, saiu. oi nun tnat he ever worked hard as a Minister of the Crown, or recognised the responsibility he thus took upon himself. The last appointment Mr. Macpherson has made does not altogether meet with public approval, and it is already evident that Mr. Graham Berry's re-election will be the onlv one disputed by the Opposition. As Parliament was to have beon called together on the 2Sfii of thii month, and by that time his new colleagues were not returned, Mr. Macpherson has advised his Excellency to call the House together on the 15th February, on which day, no doubt, the tenure oi office by the present Cabinet w...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

SHIPPING. ABEJTAIS.- February 2. 1 Rover of the Seas, barque, 41G tons, , from San ftsnoisco 12th December. Passengers— Sir. and Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Fair, Mrs. Andrews, Mr. J. Andrews and child, Mr. Richardson, and 9 in the steerage. Dangar, Dangar, and Co., agents. February 3. Auckland, steamer, 530 tons, Blick, from Auckland 27th ultimo. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. E. Joynt and family 13), Mrs. Croeii, Mrs. Turner, Miss Rowlands, Mrs. Hodgson, Master Hodgson, Very Rev. Dr. Forrest' Bov. C Creed, Messrs. L. T. Christie, E. Leeteh, J. Carfrae, H. Haymanson, A. Devore, C. E. Ridley, F. H. Luck, J. Hcnocksbcrg, J. Kirkpatrick, W. E. Mus grave, and 31£ in the steerage. A.S.N. Co., agents. DEPARTURES.— February 1. Maid of Judah, ship, for London. February 2. City of Brisbane, steamer, for Brisbane. Wonga Wonga, steamer, for Melbourne. CLEARANCES.— February 2. Adventurer, barque, 305 tons, Bennett, for a whaling voyage. City of Melbourne, barque, 158 tons, Brown, for Wide Bay. City of Brisb...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

»abbamatta and river At about Half the Railway Bates. ,__, King-street^-7, 9, 11, 1, 3, 6 £ffSK!M-1S&£^K- Point, Hyde, 8^ ES&n^l)^etnn, 6donly. r 0 T I B MLSON'S POINT FERRY COMPANY. REDUCTION OF FABBS. ?ml after the first of February proximo the terms to !JSaTto the Company's Boats, plying from Wilson's ifflivender Bay toCircular Quay, will be as f ollows, :'simle Ticket for 3 Months, 22s 6d Ditto ditto for 1 Month, 8s 6d Ditto ditto for 1 Week, at 2s 34 yon Subscribers, 3d each way iuouy Tickets and Children as per agreement, iw tat boat from Lavender Bay will start at 8.25 a.m. on M Xuary, and continue thence at intervals of thirty Ites throughout the day, up to C.26 p.m fgg^li Sydney to the Hunter, HOBROW (Friday) NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPETH. Newcastle to Sydney, , OiTV OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MORROW (Friday) evening, at o. F. J. THOMAS, Manager, fees -Foot of Market-street. -. ~~ 1HE NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND MARINE INSUEANCE COMPANY. scribed Capital ? £250,000 tap Capital ? ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

BIKTHS. On tie 20th J«numy, at Sion liouse, Armldale, the wife of Matthew St. CWr, Esq., of atlattghter. On tbe 28th January, at ner residence, 278 Pitt-street, Mrs. On the 31rt January?1^ her residence, Wildoaks, The Oaks, 'gftil* f cb™{ h« rSence, Koslyndsle, Edged* Bond, Mrs. J. V. Barnard, of a daughter. MAEEIAGES. On Saturday, 29th January, at the Scots Church, by the Eev Dr Lang, Mr. James Henderson, carpenter, Miller's Point, a native of the colony, of Scottish parentage, to Ellen, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomas Grant, Brisbane Water, also S On'snd Feteuny'by special license, bythe Rev. B. Levers, of St. Andrew's Scots Church, James Edwin Turner, third son of George Turner, Cambridgeshire, England, to Fanny, eldest daughter of Richard Uarvey, Ipswich, Queensland. DEATHS. On the 22nd January, at Coolootui, the residence of hla brother-in-law, F. Wjndbam, Francis Fisher, second son of the late George Fletcher, of Moreton Bay, aged 27 years. On the 'Oth January, on board the Sout...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

COMMERCIAL 4 p.m. Brcadstuffs.— There appears to be something mys terious in the California trade in breadstuffs, for ship after ship arrives in the most unexpected manner. On Tuesday, the Voyager put into this port from San Francisco, having a full cargo of wheat and flour for sale, which it is stated was intended for disposal at another port ; this was within twenty-four hours sold here to two town millers at Lll 10s ner ton. The news by the Voyager was hard to get at. Indeed, it was stated that she had no papers on board, or advices of any kind. However, no sooner is the excitement consequent upon her arrival abated than the Rover of the Seas drops anchor in Fort Jackson, having on board 24,000 quarter-sacks of flour, besides other commodities. Prices, however, are still unchanged. Quotations of best Adelaide flour remain at £14 ; Cali fornian, £14 to £11 15s ; California wheat, 5s Gd to 5s 9d per bushel ; Adelaide, 4s Cd to 5s ; maize is in fair supply, the prices bciug 3s to 3s...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.—WEDNESDAY, Before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Simpson. UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

SVDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.— Wednesday, Before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Simpson. UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. Henry Fuller was charged with unlawfully wounding one James Dillon. Prisoner pleaded not guilt}-. Senior-constable Larkins deposed that he arrested the prisoner, who resisted and tried to escape. Witness had no warrant. His Honor said he had spoken before about constables arresting prisoners for misdemeanour, as in this case, without a warrant. Senior-constable Larkins said the warrant was issued, but he had not it with him. His Honor said the arrest was illegal unless Larkins had tho warrant with him. This was one of the absurdities of the law, and the sooner it was altered the better. In a place like Sydney, where there were a great number of constables, it was impossible that they could all have the wan-ant. Constable Dillon deposed that on the day in question he received information that a quantity of copper was stolen, and the prisoner was pointed out to him as the thief...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Quarter Sessions THIS DAY. (Before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Simpson.) HOUSE-BREAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

Sydney Quarter Sessions THIS DAY. (Before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Simpson.) HOUSE-BREAKING. John Edwards alias Smith qKtq Spence, and John KfiUy were charged with having, on the 27th December, broken and entered tlie house of William John Baker and stolen a gold chain, locket, pencil case, and 7s., and other articles, the property of the said William John Baker. Prisoners pleaded not guilty and were undefended. Mr. W. J. Foster prosecuted for the Crown. Detective Camphin and sergeant Lee arrested the prisoners in the house of Kelly, in Bed fern, where they also found some skeleton keys and other burglars' implements. Mrs. Baker, wife of the prosecutor, deposed that on Boxing Day she left home with her husband, leaving her house locked. On tlieir return, about half -past 3 o'clock, they found that the house had been broken open, the drawers and boxes rummaged, and tho articles named in the indictment stolen. About a week before the robbery the prisoner Edwards, accompanied...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency, This Day. VOLUNTARY SEQUESTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

Insolvency, This Day, Voluntary SEyDEsmATioNS. John Gorman, carpenter, of Newcastle. Liabilities, L5710s8d. Assets, L8 10s. Deficiency, L49 0s 8d. Cause of insolvency : Sickness of family and pressure of creditor, The statement required by rule 20 of the Insolvency Act be filed on or before the 14th of Feh ruarv. J. P. Mackenzie, official assumee. Ezra AVilkins, of Wallsend, bricklayer. Liabilities, L48 17s lOJd. Assets, L5. Deficiency, L43 17s lOid. Cause of insolvency : Undue pressure of a creditor. The statement required by rule 20 in insolvency be filed on or before the 14th of February. F. T. Hum phery, official assignee. Thomas WillianiB, contractor, late of Canterbury, and now a confinee in her Majesty's gaol, Darlinghurst. Liabilities, L19 19s 2d. Assets, L10 5s. Deficiency, L9 14s 2d. Cause of insolvency : Losses sustained in contracts and in consequence of judgment against insolvent in the District Court. K, H. Sempill, official assignee, g Thomas Sinedley Pidding, of Watt...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day The Death in Foxlow Place. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

Coroner'sCourtThisBay I The Death in Foxlow Place. An inquest was commenced this morning at the Club Hotel, comer of Hunter and Castlereagh streets, before the City Coroner, upon the body of Mrs. Mary M'Court, who expired suddenly yesterday morning. Michael M'Court was the first witness examined : He Btated that he resided at No. 8 Foxlow Place, Sydney, and was bv trade a tailor. Deceased was his wife, aged about 30 years, and a native of Fermanagh, Ireland. He married her about seven years ago in Ireland ; and although they had a family, nonesurvived, the last child having been buried on Sunday last. Deceased was a woman of intemperate habitB and had been so for the last two years, during which time she was in the habit of very frequently getting drunk, and more so latterly. She enjoyed good health, excepting the illness brought on through intemperance, viz., vomiting and headache. Witness lived on good terms with her, but on some occasions, when under the influence of drink, she a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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