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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P.M. ; and Messrs. G. Hill and Hordern). [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. P. L, Cloete, W.P.M. ; and Messrs. G. Hill and Hordern). Several drunkards were punished. John Hetterlay, a deserter from H.M.S. Barroso, was sent on board the Virago. John Scott, Joseph Woods, Samuel Saunders, and James Fenton, were charged with |having by means of an unlawful device in card playing won to themselves the sum of L5 from one John Charlesworth. They were remanded until to-morrow. Swallow v. M'Burney. — Summons for LI 9s wages due. An order for the wages, together with 5s for loss of time, and 4s lOd costs, was made. Captain Ehnslie, of the Sohraon, for failing to give due notice of the arrival of six imported sheep in the colony, was fined L30, or, in defeult, one month's im prisonment. The sheep were brought from England la the Sobnion, and landed in the Government Domain, liiey subsequently proved te be scabby, and tainted his Excellency's sheep. The particulars of this case have already been before the public Bray v. Goodwin. — The d...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. A. Thompson and Love.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. A. 'I'hnTTiTionii anfi Tsivn \ Two women were fined 5s, or twenty-four hours in gaol, and one 10s, or two days, for drunkenness. William Blakcy was fined 10s, or two daj's in gaol, fordrunkenness in Hunter-street, 40s or seven days for assaulting constable Dawson in the execution of his duty, and for using indecent language, 20s or three Patrick Menalarkcy, for resisting constable Dawson in the execution of his duty, was ordered by the Bench to pay 40s, with the alternative of seven days in gaoL Ann Beginney was brought up on a warrant, and charged with assaulting and beating one George Henrie, for which offence she had to pay a fine of 5s and Gs Gd costs, in default three days in gaol. The same woman for indecent language in Clarence-street, was fined 20s or seven days. Jane Roach, for disobeying a summons, in which she was charged with making use of obscene language in Clarence-street, was br...

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

SANDHURST. Wednesday. A woman and her child were burnt to death here last night. It is supposed that the woman's clothes caught fire while she was in a state of drunkenness. A charge of criminal assault, made by an Industrial School girl against a local magistrate, has been dismissed. — Empire.

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

GLEN INNS. Wednesday. Tho sheep, cattle, and wool show to-day was a great success, and was very numerously attended. The principal prize takers for cattle were Messrs. Gibson, Robertson, and Frazer and Anderson ; Mr. Osborne's cup went to Mr. Gibson, and Mr. W. R. Campell's cup to Frazer and Anderson ; the prizes for sheep were taken by Mr. Bloxsome, Mr. Fletcher, and Mr. Anderson ; for wool by Mr. Dumaresq ; and for horses by Messrs. Wyndham and Evereet. — Herald.

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

Department of Public Works, Sydney, -Sth January, 1S70. mENDERS for PUBLIC WORKS and -S- SUPPLIES.— Tenders are invited for the following Public Works and Supplies. For full particulars Bee Govern mekt Gazette, a file of which is kest at every Police-office in the colony. No Tender will be taken into coDslderation unless the terms of the notice arc strictly complied wfth. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. Date at which Tcn Xature of 'Works and Supplies. ders can be received ? at tiiis Office, Erection of a Kitchen at the 'Watch- ' house, Port Macqu&ric 1] o'clock a.m. on Erection of a Kitchen at the Watch Tuesdav, 8th Feb House, Paterson ruary Drainage at Government House ? Supply of a Steam Tug for Dredge, 11 o'clock en Tues Lytton. day, 15th Fcbru Eroction of Bridge over the EUenborongli ary. Elver. Linral.ner Mard] ' JOHN SUTHERLAND. JpUNERALS. FUNERALS- Messrs. J.ana G. SHYING, of No. 719, GEOEGE-STREET SOUTH, opposite Christ Churdi ...

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 — 3 February 1870

ADELAIDE. Wednesday. 1 p.m. Mr. Baker has given notice of his intention 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 been found in the hills near Onkanarinera. Wednesday, 7 p.m. The rains have extended far into the northern part of the colony. The surface washings at the Onakparinga diggings have given goof returns. Wheat is dull at 5s. — Empire. Mr. Cottrell iBto move in the Assembly, this after noon, that a bonus of £2000 be given 'for the first 10,000 yards of woollen tweed manufactured in this colony. Mr. Neal has given notice of a motion for the abolition of gold licenses. A magnificent Aurora Australis was visible here last night. Mr. E. B. Gleeson, one of the earliest squatters here, died this morning. There is some agitation about the land...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AURORA AUSTRALIS. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

THE AURORA AUSTRALIS. To the Editor of the Eveninn .Vtws. Sir, — A very fine aurora was visible on the S.S.W. horizon last evening, soon after 8 o'clock. When I first observed it, namely, about 8.25 p.rn\, the sky around the star Alpha Pavonis, and for an altitude of about 12 or 15 degrees, was in a, glow of deep red light, while a little to the right or north of that star were several streaks of light of a different tint, ex tending upwards from the horizon and radiating from a point beneath it. The phenomenon might have been seen to better advantage had not heavy clouds obscured much of the sky in that direction. The light had become excessively faint by 8.45 p.m. The Bky became overcast eoon afterwards, and at 10 o'clock a shower of rain fell. This is, I bolieve, the third display recorded here within the past nine months. It is probable tliat other displays may yet be observed for the reasons explained in. nry 'letter published in the Empire in tha beginning of October hist. The...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7 p.m. The Australian Cup entries are — Miss Constance, Free Trader, Glencoe, Strop, Tomahawk, Duke of Montrose, Sheet Anchor, Tho Dane, Flying Dutch man, Prator, Phosphorus, Warrior, Fair Noll, Salem Scuddcr, Albany, Sir Walter, Kestrel, Mischief, Moonbeam, Monkey, Milesian, Norma, Lily, and Iona. Tho Spring Handicap entries are — Miss Constance, Free Trader, Pablo Fanque, Glencoe, Cajur de Leon, Mnmnie'Jo, Othello, Duko of Montrose, Sheet Anchor, The Dane, Little Dick, Flying Dutchman, Prajtor, Matilda, Phosphorus, Salem Seudder, Albany, Sir Walter, Mischief, Moonbeam, Skysail, Monkey, Milesian, Norma, and Lily. Wednesday Night. Mrs. Hosking and son have boon burnt to death at Sandhurst. — Em 'ire. The new Land regulations have been sent to every Mechanics' Institute in Great Britain. Samples exhibited of tho Mackay River 6ugar are considered good. The Hobson's Bay Railway Company have de clared a dividend of 7 per cent. The mail took away nearly half a milli...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 3 February 1870

:p ah jui.A.M::Ensr t . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Febbuaby 2, 1870. Tke Pbesident took the chair at eleven minutes ADDRESS IN REPLY TO THE GOVERNEB'S SPEECH. Mr. OWEN moved that the House proceed to Government House to present their address in reply to his Excellency's opening spcecli. The motion was carried. The President, followed by the officers and members of the House, then proceeded in carriages to Govern ment House. On their return, The PRESIDENT announced that the House had proceeded to Government House, and had presented the address in reply to his Excellency's opening speech, Mid that his Excellency had been pleased to make the following reply : — 'Mr. President and Honorable Gentlemen of the Legislative Council— ' I thank you for your address, and for the assur ances which you give me of loyalty and unfeigned attachment to her Most Gracious Majesty's person and Government. , . , 'I gladly recognise the readiness with winch you undertake to give your attentive consid...

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

OFFICIAL INFORMATION FROM WAIKATO. We are mlormed that Colonel M'Donnell is now at Tapapa, in close proximity to Te Kooti's position. Already some skirmiBhing has taken place, with a balance of success in our favour. In the course of to-day we are likely to hear of a close engagement. Lieutenant-Colonel Moule has advanced to Colonel M'Donnell's position with several days' supplies. The force is in great spirits, and it is not unlikely that some sharp encounter may soon take pkce.

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

npURKISH BATH8 BUGH-STBEET, STONEY, Also, BULfHER AND MEDICATED BATHS, OPEN DAILY FOE LADIES A2TD GENTLEMEN. Single bath, Five Shillings Six tlcketsTTwenry Shillings After 5 o'clock p.m. Single tickets Two Shillings. ' Habitual bathers seldom take cold ; and a catarrh when Imminent can almost always be cat short by a good long bath. All persons acquunted with the Turkish Bath have noticed tho Increased tension and activity of the muscles by its use. Till Is nowsoiullyrecognized that the bath is an acknowledged insU totlon In racing stables. Most people feel decidedly strength ened in the cliest, and become longer winded by bathing. Disease of the nervous system of all kinds, from mania end epilepsy down to neuralgia and paralysis, have been tar too frequently benefited by the bath to leave any doubt what ever of its powerful influence upon this most important system. The process is ot once a most POWEEFUL DEPUBATOR (purifier) Of THE BLOOD, and also a STRONG TONIC TO THE VAS0M0TOE SY...

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

LEGISLATIV IS ASSEMBLY. The Spe\i;i;I! took the chair at twenty-five minutes past 3 o'clock. The SPEAKER announced a message from tho Legislative Council returning the Appropriation Bill for the month of January. 1S70, without amendment. Mr. COWPEIt moved that tho House do now proceed to Government House to present to his Excellency the address in reply to his Excellency's opening speech. The motion was seconded and carried. The Speaker then left the chamber, followed by :i considerable number of members of the House. ? At ten minutes to 4, the Speaker and the members who accompanied him returned to the Uuuse. The SPEAKEB then announced that he had pre sented the Address to liis Excellency, who had made the following reply : — ' Gentlemen of the Legislative Assembly, 1 have received with much satisfaction this expression of your loyal and devoted attachment to Her Majesty's person and Government. I recognise your readiness to give jour attentive con sideration to the important measu...

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

DIARY.—February 3.     Sun Rises.—h.m. 5.24 ; Sun Sets.—h.m. 7.4 Moon's Age.—2.4 a.m.   High Water.—Even. h.m. 10.1 ; Morn. h.m. 10.18       FEBRUARY.—First Quarter—9th. 4h. 24.1 a.m.     The Evening News.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINE FOR THE MILLION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

WINE FOR THE MILUHN. The production of wines lias long liia-'n recognised as one of the grcsit branchesof industry by which theRdvancementof Australia is to he. promoted. It is no longer necessary to den i.jiisl rate the fitness of the soil and elimate of New Suulli Wales for this purpose. Wines produced in this country have boen com- 1 mended at Eoyal and Imperial tables in Britain and Europe by judges of the highest repute. Tins has been done long ago. It is now quite an old familiar story, repeated year after year, that Australian wines have boen introduced in eofftiilo among tbe choicest products of tho Ehine nnd the Kbro, and pronounced by connoisseurs to be of first-rate qualify. But, though praised in terms that ought to satisfy the ambition of the most aspiring colonists, the wines of Australia are not much used. Turning to the latest table of exports, we find the total receipts for wine amount in tho year to only £29,031, — a sum be low the gross receipts of many a single f...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING-ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

MINtNG^ITEMS. According to the South Australian Advaiiser, the gold news at Adelaide is really getting sensational. There are various exciting accounts of the returns from the crushing of South Rhine quartz or, con glomerate at the works at Mannum, and a gentleman well acquainted with the South Rhine chum has bought all the shares he could get hold of at 13s. * Other reefs are being worked, and it is hoped profitable results will be heard of, though it is too soon to give a decided opinion. The next auriferous sensation is at the back of Mount Loft?, where, upon private property, & com pany are working with the most promising results. For a depth of nine feet the color can be seen the whole way by washing the stuff, and at the bottom there is a layer of wash-dirt yielding gold in payable quantities. Since the works of the Victorian Gold. Quartz and Cement Crushing Company have been started at Barossa 700 tons have been put through, the total yield being about 70 ozs. of gold...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT. ARALUEN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

THE BRA1DW00D DISTRICT. AKALUEN VALLEY. ' ABE you going down the mountain ?' is the question asked of the traveller by them of Ellington or Major's Creek, the descent of 'the mountain' being the main feature in the walk to .Araluen. From Elrington Post umce to tne ooixom 01 tne mountain is unree mueo , middle Araluen six miles; and to Mudmelong or Lower Araluen, nine miles. Strange differences too thiB mountain makes in the climates of places only re moved from each other by the space of two miles. On the top or table land Mr. Archer is hay making yet, while the climate of Araluen is perhaps hotter than Comden or Sydney. An excellent sidling track has been cut down the mountain, which in its devious winding opens and closes alternately exquisite views of the distant valley glowing in the setting-sun. Distance and smoke lend enchantment to the view, for distance mellows .and tones the rugged results of mining operations, and makes an attractive feature in the landscape of what on clo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARK FELTON, HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

MARK FELT ON, HIS AiSVENXTJBEB, TEE1IS, AKD ESCAPES To this Mark assented willingly enougli. Despite the sudden discovers he had made of Mr. Green's real avocation, he oould not help feeling a kindliness' towards him. He had treated him with hospitality ; and his rough and ready, though boastful character, was not distasteful to Mark. He had looked upon his employer with the chiv-jlric Mea that he was one of those ^oaliing restless adventurers, of whom he had read in books. He had. therefore, the better with itood the shocks to hisrefinement, whioh Green's coarse and vulgar nature not unseldom caused. And now, having discovered, that so far from being the honest fellow he had thought him, he was nothing better than a hone stealer ; while he determined to have nothing more to do with him, he could not forget that Green had treated *»';' handsomely, and that with all his coarseness, vulgarity, and bragging, he was kindly and hospitable. 80 he sat down and partook of the meal in compan...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

Tekaimekt or Scarlet Fbver.— Dn Charles T Thompson reports in the Lancet his manner of treatmen in scarlet fever as follows : The patient is immersed in a warm bath in the early stage of the disease, and this . is repeated frequently, or as often as the strength of the patient will allow. The first effect u to produce a sooth ing and refreshing feeling in the patient, to be fol lowed soon by such an eruption on the surface, of so vivid a colour, and in such amount as would astonish those who have never witnessed it Thus one of the greatest dangers of this fearful disease— the suppression of the eruption— is escaped. The appetite generally returns after the first or second bath, and the strength of the patient is kept ur- by nutritious food. The bath prevents the dissemination of the disease, by remov ing the excreta from the skin as soon as deposited. This treatment promotes cuticular desquamation. The body should be gently dried by soft linen cloths after the bath. By this procedur...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Empress Eugenie in Greece. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

The Empress Eugenie in Greece. Athens, Oct. 12.— After a day of festive splendours the much-celebrated Empress of France attended the Boyal banquet given in her honor on the 10th. The Empress, who was handed into dinner by the King, wore a pale green silk dress, with a tunic of whii musun ana V alencienncs lace. The wreath in her hair, as well as the garniture of her dress, were of bunches of grapes, above which she wore a fine diadem of dia monds, mounted in argeet brule, which gave them peculiar brilliancy. Tile Queen of Greece, escorted by Innco Murat, wore a pink silk dress, wiJi a tunic of muahn ubA. Jam, and a wreath of -white and pink rotes, which net off to advantage her really fine complexion. Among the more noticeable dre.ses of the foreigh ladies present were those If the wife of the Russian Ambas sador, who wore a French robe of the new colour, Bor deaux claire, trimmed with pointe de Bruxelles, and for ornaments a heavy necklace and earrings of dia monds. The wife of th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

The Volunteer force of this colony has attained such a high state of efficiency that the thoughtless disposition to make sport of the movement exists no longer. Allowing, as we must do, that there has been a good deal of ' playing at soldiers' in the case, and that it might not be difficult even now to pick out from the service a good many feather bed warriors, yet, on the whole, the Volunteers have established a good claim to public confidence. The Naval Brigade is more especially popular ; and we doubt not that, in ca£« of necessity, all arms of the service would be found capable of sup plying good men and trup, able and willing to stand to their colours, pro arts etfocis. But, allowing all this, it must have long been apparent that, in the event of foreign aggression upon this country, a force more general — more fully identified with the safety and vital interests of the whole people — would be needed. For this reason that passage of the Governor's speech in which his Excellenoy...

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