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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

ME. J. SPENCER, Sargeon-DentiJ 1* B- 352 George-street, over Mountoutlo'e. BeeeH BONOnUABLE MENTION at Exhibition, for AETIHOB TEETii. A single tooth from 7s. 6d. ; teeth scaled, eU-J-M and extracted. Children's teeth carefully regulated. ? CARD.— Mr. J. J. LACHAUMK.Sti geon Dentist, 2 Wynyard-6quare, opposite lie ?fl office, practices the art of Ilia profession with the DemdH provetnents and appliances for artificial Teeth, from mlfl fullset Teeth stopped or extracted. . ? A CARD.— Mr. CHARLES TAYLOl Surgeon, &c, (late of Kiama), 201 Ellsrixititfl near Batliurat-strect. ? CORNELL'S EAST* IXDlB ERMEDIES' ? RELIEF ASM CUKK OF LIVEE AFFECTIONS, -)^M BHEUMAT1SM, AND AGUE. ^^U These arc distinct preparations, and aTe for Uiel{!^| L1VKR AFFECTIONS, GOUT, B.HEUMATWI ^M .SVMPATfJET/C I'Al.N'S: also for such diseastf . ? '-^M require a mild and ftctivc aperient, such as BIXlOi ?VM PLAINTS, INDIGESTION, FLATULENCE, fco. ,','^B remarkablt cures effect*.! by them arc nnpamllcl-^B proof...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 February 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—February 3. Helen Macgregor, steamer, 200 tons, Muir, from CUnnce River 1st instant. Passengers— Messrs. T. Bawden, M.L.A.; T. Fisher, J.P.; N. Cowan, J. Cohen, Masters Cohen (2). S. Braithgate, Hindaiash, Mr. and Mre. J. Green, and 10 in the steerage. C. and R.R.S.N. Co., agents. Hero, steamer, 765 tons. Logan, from Melbourne 31st ultimo. Passengers— For Sydney: Mrs. C. M. Young, Mrs. Hodgson, Miss \VHson, Miss Hunt, Hon. A. Michie, Messrs. Saville and Hudson, and 18 in the steerage. For Auckland : Mrs. Brebner, Mrs. Aitken knd infant, Mrs. Hollowar, Mrs. Griffiths, Mrs. Howmd and child, Mrs. Farley and 3 children, Mrs. Bainford and child, Miss Slater, Mia Shaw, Mr. W. Hill arid 6 children, Messrs. L. Robinson, D. Gibson, Holloway, J. C. Rainer, J. H. M'Arthur, L. Braham, W1. Bobson, W. F. Savers, A. Collins, J. Collins, A. Peters, T. Rainford, J. Cowan, and 21 men, 3 m-raon, and 5 children of the 14th and 18th Regiments, and 350 ethers in the steerage. Eldred a...

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

FUNERALS.   Messrs. J. and G. SHYING, of No. 719, GEORGE-STREET SOUTH, opposite Christ Church ; 120 South Head Road, near Palmer-street ; and Abercrombie-street, opposite St. Benedict's Church, beg respectfully to return thanks to their friends and the public in general, for the kind sup- port that they have received since their commencement   in the BUSINESS of UNDERTAKERS, and hope, by strict attention and civility, combined with moderate charges,   to continue the kind support of their friends and the pub- lic in general. N. B.—Please note the address—No. 719,   George-street South, opposite Christ Church ; 120, South     Head Road, near Palmer-street ; and Abercrombie-street, opposite St. Benedict's Church.

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

BIRTHS.       On the 7th January, at Epeira, Lyttelton, New Zealand, the wife of H. R. WEBB, Esq., M. P. C., of a daughter. On the 28th January, at her residence, Melrose-cottage, Derwent-street, Glebe, Mrs. T. J. CHAPMAN, of a daughter. On the 30th January, at Grenfell, Mrs. E. FLETCHER, of a son. On the 31st January, at her residence, Strathmore, Glebe, Mrs. G. Wigram ALLEN, of a son. MARRIAGE. On the 17th January, by special license, at the Roman Catholic Church, St. Leonards, North Shore, by the Rev. Father Kenny, Michael McNAMARA, native of County   Clare, Ireland, to Kate KELLY, native of Dublin, Ireland. DEATHS. On the 16th December, 1869, Mary Annie, eldest daughter   of Mr. W. WANT, innkeeper, Colo, aged 2 years 7 weeks. On the 28th December, 1869, Clara Elizabeth Kate, infant daughter of Mr. W. WANT, innkeeper, Colo, aged 11 months and 3 weeks. On the 28th January, at Terara, Mr. Robert BORROW- DALE, farmer, ...

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

DIARY—February 4.     Sun Rises. h.m. 5.25 ; Sun Sets. h.m. 7.3 ; Moon's Age.—3.4 a.m. High Water.—Even. h.m. 10.35 ; Morn. h.m. 10.51 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

If you want bone aud large developement of flesh in your pigs, give them as good pasture through the summer as your cattle have. It costs less to make a big hog weigh 500, tlmn to get two small swine up to 250 apiece. Mathew D'Dombaste, a fancy farmer in France took a poor tract and without regard to expense took and manured in till he harvested 33 bushels an acre of wheat and 17 tuns of sugar beets. He could carry the land no further and he lost money every year he farmed in that way. Mb. Dai.ton of England, by careful experience has shown that where there is a mellow soil three feet un der any crop, it can defy the weather and come to maturity without a drop of rain after the 1st of June. This shows that successful tillage husbandry on our arid plains depends on deep ploughing. Department of Lands, Sydney, 1st February, 1S70, T- A R I S H It 0 A D S. NOTICE is hereby given, in conformity with the provisions of the Act 4th William IV., No. 11, that no objections having been made to...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FLYING VISIT TO BOURKE. NO. 3.—THE RETURN JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

A FLYING VISIT TO BOURKE. NO. 3.— THE RETUKN JOUHKEV. Having attained the object of my visit tojBourke, I make tracks for home. In leaving Bourke I left behind me a lot of very jolly fellows. I hardly need say, that 'Hennessey' and 'Piper' are two names very well known there, and I can guarantee that a stranger going to Bourke, will be in no danger of feeling himself lonely for want of company. The population arc for the most part lonely bachelors, who are only too glad to ask a stranger to join them in a melon, or to accommodate him with a 'shakedown.' I can speak for myself, that the people of Bourke are among the most hospitable I ever met with ; but for their kindness I shouid have spent my time in misery, having had to wait a long time tor communications from the metropolis. The mail contract has changed hands, aud ISeresford and Jones are running an opposition coach ; having travelled up with them, I preferred returning by the same conveyance, which, being a covered one, and t...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some of My Early Adventures. MY ADVENTURE WITH A SHARK. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

Some of My Early Adventures. [by ax old spoktsman.] MY ADVENTUKE WITH A SHABK. TwEN^rr years ago the West Indian squadron consisted of sailing frigates and brigs, not of screw-vessels as at present In those days officers had to depend entirely upon their seamanship ; there was no furling sails and getting steam ap if in a head wind or calm turned up, or to go in and out of difficult harbours ; and if the passage from one port to another did occupy a little more time than it does at present, yet there was the pleasure of ' eating your way to windward,' aiid of seeing what your vessel really could do against a foul wind. At the tune I allude to, being on hajf pay, and cepted an imitation from my old friend and school fellow, Captain B— , of Her Majesty's sloop H., to aooDmpany him on a cruise in the Gulf of Mexico. Being a guest on board, I had of coarse no duties to perform, but I took as much interest in the ship and all belonging to her, as if I had been one of her crew. My most pl...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

mHE TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL Poblishpd weekly at the Office, 190 PITT STEEET. Price, 6d. It contains all the News of tho Week; Commercial, Legal Shipping, and Intercolonial Intelligence ; special articles upon : Agricultural Pastoral Mining and Sporting matters; Cricketing, Pedestrian, Yachting, and Volunteer Intelligence; Scientific, Biographical, and Literary Notices ; Gossip on Books and Art ;' together with Editorial Notes and leaders upon social and material subjects. It is profusely illus trated with cuts depicting Colonial Scenery, New Buildings, Inventions in Art, Science, and i Manufiictures ; Portraits of Celebrated Men, -fcc, &c. \ Single copy, 6d ; yearly subscription (in advance), ' 24s.; single quarter (in advance), 6s. 6d. ] ? 1 mOWN AND COUNTEY JOUKN A \ The BEST PAPER for the FARMEE. Published weekly ; price, ? rpOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL. ^|The BEST PAPER for the SQUATTER. Pub- I lushed weekly ; price, 6d. I nnOWN AND COUNTEY JOURNAL. \ The BEST PAPER for the...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

HGETICTJIiTUEAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. On Thursday the usual monthly meeting of the above society was held in the School of Avte. The attendance was good, but the exhibits were princi pally pot plants. The principal exhibits were Jus tinia Zebrinn, Abutalion Thompsonii, Alocassia, Jonningsii roses, Achjmenes azalea, Reine de Pays Jias, new tree tomato ; as -well as some fine dahlias. Mr. Joseph Thompson occupied the chair. EXHIBITS. Mr. Hilly, of Einneld, exhibited a miscellaneous collection of fine fruit. Mr. Bantin, amateur: Excellent specimens of seedling roses, verbenas, also Ringleader verbena ; a collection of double ginning and Ipomooa Bona nox. Mr. Robert Henderson, of Camellia Grove Nur sery, Newton: Dahlias— Countess of Portsmouth, Countess of Belgrave, Model, Beauty of the Grove, Venus, Lollipop, Bob Bidley, Lady Pennent, Nevill Keynes, Zebra, La Billa Blond, Goldfinder, Madge Wildfire, Maria Carter, Mrs. Handsard, Miss Bennett, Butterfly, Princess Charlotte, Imperia...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSSEX-STREET MARKET RATES. [E. LOWTHER.] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

SUSSEX-STREET MARKET RATES. [e. lowtheh.1 Maize, 3s to 3s Id ; wheat, 3s ft! to -fs Cd ; - ai-e barley, Is 9d to 2s ; English bailey, 2s Cd to 3s ; bran, Is to Is 3d per bushel ; hay (lucerne), £1 10s to £2; ditto (oaten), £2 to £3 10s ; straw. £1 10s to £2' per ton; fowls, 2z 6d to 3s Gd ; ducks, 2s «d to 3s ;geese, . 4s 6d to 5s 6d ; turkeys, 8s to 12s per pair ; eggs, 9d to lOd per dozen ; bacon, 5d to 7d per lb ; onions, 2s to 3s ; potatoei, 2s to 2s 9d per cwt ; store pigs. 21d to 3d per lb ; calves, 8a to £1 each : bides, Gs to lGs each.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

Of Edmund Eean's performance of Luke, in Mas singer's City Madam, it is recorded that an old iSy, who had intended leaving him a large sum of money, was so appalled at the cold-blooded villany he dis played that she transferred the legacy to a distant re stion. Fashionable Intelligence. — The earl and count ees of Warwick have left town on a visit to the Earl of Wemyss. A wemyss-ical fellow of our acquaintance has written a pretty ode to their departure. It com mences thus— 'Oil, 'Warwick how We-myss you.' Artemus Word once lent money. He thus recounts the transaction : — A gentleman friend of mine come to me one day with tears in his eyes. He said, 'Why these weeps V He said he had a mortgage on his farm, and wanted to borrow 200L I lent him the money and he went away. Some time after he returned with more tears. He said he must leave me for ever. I ventured to remind him of the 2002. he borrowed. He was much cut up : I thought I would Dot be hard upon him— so told Turn I would thr...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from California THE SAN JOAQUIN TRAGEDY—FIVE MEN MURDERED—GHASTLY SPECTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

Later from California THE SAN JOAdUIN TRAGEDY— FIVE MEN MURDEEED— GHASTLY SPECTACLE. From the Stockton Republican, of December 11th, we cull the following account, of the recent tragedy in that county: — About 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon information was received at the office of the Sheriff and Coroner of this city, that a wholesale murder of the most hor rible description had been committed on Thursday night, on the old Mokelumne road, about two and a half miles above Fanning's, and but a short distance from Douglas' place, near the Galaveras river, and distant from the city about twenty miles. THE SCEXE OF T1IE MUHDEK. The butchery took place at the house of Frank Medina, an Italian, who has for some years past Kept a store at tne point above named, liming the early part of Thursday evening, persons passing the house heard considerable noise and confusion within, but presumed it was a drunken row, and no attempt was made to enter. Later in the night all became quiet and no fears...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

DIARY — Febedakt 5. 'I iTI High Water.~~ Bun Sun Mo-m,g ^ ? Bbe8- Seto- ? Even. | Mom. h.m. 1 b,m. j . . 1 h.m. I h.m. 5.26 1 7.2 I *?*'?»? I ma | 11.24 Fbbbdabt.— First Quarter— 9th. 4h. 24.1 a-m.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United States. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

United States. IW» . rkj December 10.— Stoughion, counsel for ^meter, having moved for the release of the %*& gunboats, District Attorney Pierrepont iT , t° °EP0Sltl°i1i saying he had received inslruc °as from Washington to proceed no further in the sfeSi i. tL™'8 officiHlly shown that war no longer fsttd between Spain and Peru. Jmlire Blatehfnrrl Whton '^ Order ^'^ Ule motion of ^^tonDecemba-lSth.— A letter from Tal j'''«w to Commissioner Delano, reports the mur hebnn %Bas*!*Dt Assessor Towne, of Mercanna, '''on County, on the night of the 4th. aXM ''W Decem,ber »*— ™a Northern £ttal BaOroad office was broken into last night, atoSrt r^Pf* ajad ^'^ and drafts to the nh?!,of VL000 doUflra 8tolen- Th°» is »» --i.,e jj perpetrators. C C &°ece?'ber 14~ The mor°cco factorv of C. «t ew'8 °t CkariestoTO WUI destroyed by fire PhnJi^- Loss 20,000 dollars. * auadelphi^ December 14.— Neil M'Laughlin, on *U wmphcity in the Brooks assassination ease, ™ 'ound guilty. ' E|T?°°nati....

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY S. 1870. It may be in the recollection of our readers that, some months ago, in the course of our remarks on the then impending opening of the Suez Canal, we referred to the probability that, in due course of time, that event would have considerable influence upon the trade and commerce of Sydney, and of the Australian colonies generally. It must be confessed, however, that we were not prepared to see public attention in Europe turned to this view of the subject so soon after the opening as we now learn from the Avoca's mail has been the case. Hitherto, during all the years which the dis cussions on this matter have occupied, the canal has been regarded more from a political and military point of view than from its commer cial prospects ; or, if otherwise, it was chiefly^ the ocean mail services that were taken into account. How the French would be able to send cruisers into the Indian ocean with great rapidity, in the event of a war with England, and without havi...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later from Europe, VIA CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

later from Europe, VIA CALIFORNIA. By ihe arrival of the Bayonnaise we have California dates to the 15th December. The following tele graphic messages .had been received. Edinburgh December 10. — The Scotchman publishes a report which it declares is entitled to credit, that Lord Clarendon will soon re-open negotiations with the United states tor tie settlement ot tne Alabama Fans, December 10.— A report from Madrid states it was confidendly believed there that President Grant intends to seize Cuba. London, December 12. — TheObserrcr Bays President grant's message malces a pleasing impression in gnanoirl circles. It is reported that Mr. Lowe, Chancellor of the Exchequer, does not find it necessary to raise a loan in open market to provide the means for the pur chase of the telegraph lines, in accordance with the recent act of Parliament. , London, December 12. — M. De Lesseps denies that the Suez Canal is in want of funds or requires inter national protection. He promises that all th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Saturday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

Teieniims, TMs Day. SQSLBOURNE. Saturday, 3 p.m. Bishop Barker, of Sydney, is to preach in St. James's Church, on Sunday next, in aid of the Aborigine Mission. 6000 cases kerosene and a large quantity of tobacco, to arrive by the Swallow, have been sold at prices fully equal to the ruling rates. There is more inquiry for Hennessey's brandy. Stocks are low. Holders ask 26s. 3d. to 26s. Cd. A movement has commenced for the removal of offensive manufactories from the banks of the river.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

BREAEFASr.— EFPS'S CoOOA.— GjlATKrUl. A*» CJS iso.-Th* very agreeable character ol this preP*'*^ rendered it a general favourite. '-' C'»1I»'ri2ii ?marks: ' The singular success which Mr. Eppsatw' Us bom-Bopathio preparation of cocoa ''^JfJJ^i nned by any eiperimenUlist. By a ttor01**- f-KL )f the natural laws which govern the opmmtioiB m w md nutrition, and by a careful application of u*-£ jerties o£ well-selected cocoa, Mr. Eppe h'P™5T, nesHast tables with a delicately flavoured ?***££], nay save us many heavy doctors' huta.' MM' 'Jf'. bo&g wter or ailk. , Sold bv the tnde or* to jH£j

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVAIS.—February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870

SHIPPING. ABRTVALS.— February 4. Havilah, steamer, 270 tons, Saundens, from Mary borough 28th January. Passengers— Mr. Paterson and 2 in the steerage. A.S.N. Co.. agents. Lady Young, steamer, 421 tons, Milinan, from Bris bane i& instant. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Kamsey and family (3), Mr. and Mrs. Jones, child and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Scarr, Dr. SpasshaU, Mrs. Hanson, Messrs. Darme, Rainford, McHrath, Armstrong, Foster, Rev. B. G. Wilson, and 25 in the steerage. A.S.N. Co., agents. ' ETirt, schooner, 110 tons, Smith, from South Sea Islands 17th ultimo. Passengers -Messrs. Cooper, Frazerand Hermitz. Captain agent. City of Adelaide, steamer, Clfi tons, Walker, from Melbourne February 'L Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Benjaman, Mr. and Mrs. M'Crae and 2 children, Mrs. Wardale and infant, Mrs. Cope, Mrs. Collier, Mrs. Butters and 2 children, Mre. Beal, Mrs. Shackleford land child, Mrs. W. Butler, Misses Cope (3), Miss WU iains, Eev. W. B. Lewis, Messrs. A. Cannon, H. B. Bradley, S. C...

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