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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
|ARKAMATTA AND RIVER HBOUT HALF THE fiAILWAYpATES. _„ King-«treet-7/9, 11, 1, 3, 6. ^ p£rsniatta-*.SO; 730, S, 11, 1, 3, 5. SifaTainter's Bb^aSrille, Nee Point, Byde, ^3m. Ennington, Subiaco. ™^* children— Saloon return, (3d. only. 4j, iqr b. n. s. n. co. Cgt-t Sydney to the Hunter. MONDAY HORNING, at 7, the CITY OF NEW CASTLE- ' . ' Newcastle to Sydney, ijlOKPETB.on MONDAY MORNIKG, at 10. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Us FootofMarkatetreet . , [fflFliBW ZEALAND J3TRE AND [ MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Lbd Capital'...' ~' ... .£260,000 L, Capital ? 55,000 UiFuna ... ? 20,000 [ With unlimited liability of shareholders. L i-ndeisigiied are empowered to accept FIRE BISKS tas description of MARINE INSTJEAKCES (including Li on the most favourable terms. [Ma issued iu Triplicate if required, and payable in \m_ or at either of the Company's Agencies. Emj adjusted with (he utmost promptitude. C-iil) CHAPMAN and CO., Agents, Sydney. [r. POCKLEY, Marine Surveyor. kfTOEIA INSURANCE 'COMPANIES Ire and ma...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
SYDNEY MARKETS. Butcher's meat— Beef, per lb, Id to ljd, mutton lAd, pork5d, veal 3d to 4d ; lamb, per quarter, 2s 6dto 3s Gd. Poultry -Fowls, ' per couple, 2s 9d to 3s, duoks 3s toSsOd, wildducks3sto4s, tealls6dto2s, geese 5b to 6s, turkeys 8s to 14s, pigeons Is Gd. Rabbits, per pur, 2a 6d to 3i ; roasting pigs, each, 3s to 5s. Dairy produce— Butter, per lb., fid, cheese 4d, bacon 9d to lOd, bird 6d ; eggs, per dozen, 9d to lOd. Vegetables —Potatoes, per cwt, 3s to 4s, onions 4s to 5s ; cab bagea, per dozen, 1b to 3s, lettuces Is, pumpkins 3s to 5a, marrows 2s to 3s, cucumbers Cd to Is ; turnips, per dozen bunches, Is 6d to 2s, carrots Is to Is (id, parsnips Is to Is 6d, beetroot 2s to 3s, leeks 3s to 4a! rhubarb Is to 2s, celery 6s to 9s ; green poas, per bushel, 6s to 7s, French beans 3s to -is. Fruit Oranges, per case, 12s to 14s, lemons 8s, apples as to 10s, pears 2s to 4s, peaches 2s to 10s ; pineapples, per dozen, 1b 6d to 5s, watermelons 3s to 8s, rock 3s to 8s, pas sion fru...
COMMERCIAL. Saturday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
COMMERCIAL. Saturday, 3 p.m. Mr. J. G. Cohen reports sales to-day (Saturday), of Devoe's kerosene oil at 2s 6d per gallon. Messrs. Richardson and Wrench will offer by public auction, on Monday, by order of the Government, new leases for five years of unstocked runs in the following -districts: — Albert, New England, AVarrego, Clarence, Darling, Lachlan, Monaro, and Wellington. R. F. Stubbs and Co. sold the wreck of the barque Camden at auction to-day. The hull realised £70, and the cargo of deals, kc, £151. The San Francisco Evening Bulletin of the 15th December reports :^— The produce market continues quiet, though prices lately current are generally sustained. There is a cood demand for flour, both for local and coast trade and for export. Five vessels are under engagement to carry full cargoes, consisting mostly of city brands, now in course oi preparation. The various California brands on ' the market range from 4 dollars to 4 dollars 50 cents for superfine, and 5 dollars to 5 d...
MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
MUDGEE. [FBOM A COHBESPONDEST.l I am glad to have an opportunity of bringing i 'fussv little village of Mudgee' (so called by H your Bathuro: contemporaries some time back) Wj the public through the columns of your paper, fl days are gone by -when a person writing 'j Sydney exclaimed, ' lly dear 0 ? , whew J d^ ? l's Mudgcc '' Yet such was the case nofi long ago. But nevertheless, things worth no'ii«j occur here sometimes. Por instance, the dectial a secretary and medical attendant for our' horn took place last -week, -when one individual rOEea stated that ' he had sufficient proxies in his po*H put in, in spite of any opposition, the present m clerk as secretary, and the medico he thouglit H suited for it' ^J The two municipal councils, viz., the Cudgel and the Town, have Just had their nominations, »1 a great amount of fun and small talk, more jjq ?culirly in the Town, as the oflier is comparatni tabooed from the roughs. I For police news there has been too cases of allea forgerie...
PIGGEON SHOOTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
PIGGEON SHOOTIN. On Saturday afternoon last that rare old spotts ' Trigger-Knight,' Mr. Alfred Davis, called b friends together for some shooting at Peterdu, and gave them a capital bit of sport. There wa good muster of the ' Cracks of the day ;' the vanj districts, north, south, and west, as well as im- politan being excellently well represented ; and 1 list, as I give it below, tells for itself that mosl of | very beat shots in the colony were among the p formers. Goulbum sent Harry Payten, well im the ''Champion of the south,' the honoa member for the Nepean represented well |] western constituency ; Charley Eather came from far northern Namoi, and that the metropolitan d were not behind in quality is shown by the q vincing names of Moon, Gannon, Yorke, Da, Manton, G. Hill, junior, D. Pye, Mortimer (an ( friend under a registered name, because I thini is not in form), E. Brownlow, O. S. Evans, H, Dobson, numbering among the shooters from to and country the -winners of all the goo...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW SflTlTTT WAT/ES. The monthly meeting of the council was held at the society's rooms, on Wednesday, 2nd February, at 2.30 p.m. Present — H. King, J. Thompson, A. Bruce, Tretieck, II. Lowe, J. Barnett, J. Nowlan, J. Alger, and Earl Belmore. Minutes of hist meeting read and confirmed. The following correspondence was read : — 1. Letter from N. P. Bayley, Esq., enclosing cheque for £5, being the amount of epecial prize offered by him in class 9 (wool). 2. From Mr. J. Black, Musclebrook, requesting the exhibition committee to offer the prize won hy him (£3) at the wool eIiow, as an addi tion to the amount offered for the best pair of Angora goats exhibited at the forthcoming show. 3. and 4. From Mr. J. Briscoeand Mr. H. J. W. d'Alqueer, offering suggestions relative to -wool-washing. New Mjsmdeus. — During the month of January .twenty members and two governors have joined the society. Governors : G. M. Pitt, senior, and E. Hassall. Members : Messrs. H. Harvey,...
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
P^H^^LS^SOi^^H?: LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. , FfimAr, Febbuast A. The Speakeb took the chair at twenty-nine minutes pasta HUNTER BTVEB FLOODS OOMiUSSION. Mr. LEE asked the Colonial Secretary— L When the evidence taken before the commissioners appointed by the Government to ascertain what measures, if any, could be adopted for relieving the Hunter River district from the effects of floods, will be laid upon the table of this House, together with their report thereon? 2. Have the Government considered this report, in refer ence to dealing with the subject by legislation at an early period? Mr. COWPEB said the final report had not been furnished to the Government, nor had any evidence been furnished. A progress report had been received, and application made for an extension of the time to enable the commissioners to have plans drawn, to accompany and illustrate the report. The progress report be now laid on the table, and moved that it be printed. The House ordered that the report be printe...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Cloete, W.P.M., and Mr. Murnia [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Cloete, W.P.M., and'Mr. Mumin.. j-iiree men namea navi, jonn, ana upu, nauWi Tahiti, charged with deserting from the Frenct * Ionia, were discharged. Thomas Skelton, charged with assaulting J^ M'Neilly, was sent to gaol for six weeks. Several drunkards were discharged.
Police Courts, This Day CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, Police Magistrate, and Mr. Brav. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
poiice.tMris, This Dai CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, Police Magistrate, and Jh Brav. .T.P.I Bight male and four female drunkards were punUu Kate Smith, alias Minnie Singleton, for assS and beating Mary A. Hullen, was remanded to fif day. Bail allowed, two sureties of £6 each. ' John O'Brien, arrested by constable Potter by vim of a warrant, on a charge of assaulting and beatiiwi, wife yesterday, was brought before the Bendni morning. On the application of 'Mr. Thompson, *, appeared for the prisoner, the case was postnoaj^ Monday. ' William Saunders, charged with being disorderly board tlie brig Albion was discharged. ' 1 John Murphy, a deserter from Her Majesty's ]-J regiment, was remanded to the Victoria Barracl,! be dealt with by the Military authorities. 1 Robert Vickers and Charles Vickera, of the respecJ ages of 11 and 8 years, were brought up by constd Wilmot under the Industrial Schools Act. It apiS that both the boys had been in situations, butd eldest one is ...
MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
MELBOURNE. Friday. A bill is being prepared^for licensing sworn brokers. The Government have introduced the eight-hour system among the plate-layers and labourers on the Waterworks. A movement is afloat to induce tho Government not to send to England for the now railway carriages, but to have them made in the colony. The National Insurance Companv, after mooting all losses, pay a dividend of 8 per cent. A great deal of bitterness was prevalent during the Geelong election, much information being divulged ; Berry, it was stated, while proprietor of the Geelong Mtyhier, got an advertising subsidy of £250 from the M'Culloch Ministry. The markets opened quiet. Weather warm. — Herald.
BRISBANE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
BRTRBANTL Friday, 4 p.m. The Government have sold the dredge Fitzroy to he New South Wales Government for the sum of 11,000. The Government have also given an order to Messrs. Mort and Co. for a good seagoing steamer for the mail service. The barque Alfred Hawley has sailed for London -wi_- iiS .prprE/c^ 6 p.m. Mr. Fraser, the boatswain of the Balclutha, steamer, fell overboard on Wednesday, and wa drowned.] tvmi^ The floods are very destructive. 280 yards of Wiseman's Bridge have been destroyed. It is re ported that, five miles of the railway embankment above Stanwell have been carried away. The Fitsroy is still rising. Prendergast and his wife were again brought np for the Hartnell murder, and remanded for one ?week. Mr. F. A. Forbes and Mr. John ' Deucher have been declared insolvent. The seat for West Moreton becomes vacant, but Forbes seeks re-election. — Set-aid.
ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
ADELAIDE. Friday. The Government have been defeated in the Assembly again, on if motion of Mr. Hart|s, refusing to go on with the estimates until a Special Supply Bill is brought in to pay the salaries due in the Civil Service. The imports for the past quarter amounted to £794,000, and the exports to £938,000. The total reduction in tho estimate!: made by the Assembly amount to over £40,000. There is great excitement to-day at some magnifi cent specimens of reef gold, from Blumberg, exhi bited at the English and Scottish Bank — one nuggcf 'weighs 14 oz. The corn market shows no ill effects from Califor nian news ; sales of wheat at 6s 0i4, and flour at £12 to £12 10s. 8 p.m. Government have passod a Special Supply Bill of £100,000 to pay Civil Service salaries.— Herald.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 5 February 1870
BIKTHS. On the 19th of January, last, at her residence, Buckingham street, Sydney, Mis. Thomas Fisher, junior, of a daughter. On the 29th of January, at her residence, 90 Buckingham - street, Strawberry Hills, Mis. James Spratt, junior, of a son. On the 29th January, at her residence, 214 Pitt-street, Mrs. Solomon Levey, of a son. MABBIAGES. On the 1st January, by special license, by the Rev. Waiir Beg, Ml). L.L.D., minister of Chauner's Church, Alfred Park, Mr. William Bobb, to Hiss Mary Anne M'Cauley. On the 18th January, by special license, at St. Mary's, Sydney, by the Eev. C. M'Carthy. ?*-. Weston, oi Bialdwood, eldest son of the late Benjamin Weston, Esq., Epsom Lodge, Epsom, Surrey, and Charing Cross, London, to Ina Mary, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Walsh, Esq. , Mndgee. On the 20th January, by special license, at the Ponds, Ban dare, by the Eev. C. C. Greenway, Mr. Thomas Henry Darby, eldest son of Mr. James Darby, of Regent-place, Soho, Lon don, to Miss Catherine L...
THE WEATHER, THE CROPS, MOVEMENTS OF STOCK, PASTORAL MATTERS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870
THE WEATHER, THE CROPS, MOVEMENTS OF STOCK, PASTORAL MATTERS, ko. The refreshing rains that have fallen copiously in the interior will have the effect of throwiug a s-cond spring into the exhausted vegetation, and there is, therefore, every prospect that feed will be abundant in the pastoral districts, and that farming operations will be carried on with vigour in the coming Deason. We have now received about the last itenie of news about the conclusion of harvestinij operations both north and south ; and it is satisfactory to believe upuu im; wmjiu, uianne returns nave been profitable There are- fluctuating opinions as to the profitable ruling prices of grain. Thp millers of the 'Western districts having received a communication from the Goulburn millers calling attention to the injustice of the present railway charges on wheat and flour, were about to hold a meeting to take the matter into consideration, and to consider the advisability of co-operating with the Goulburn people in p...
REARING DUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870
BEARING DUCKS. The following ore extracts from an article communi cated to the Canada Farmer by Mr. J. C Cooper, of Limerick. ' ' Abundantly fed and the eggs removed, the duck lays upwards of 100 eggs, but requires solititude to hatch, and is best supplanted by the hen, which can be had earlier and managed more easily. Nine eggs will suffice for a sitting. Some persons have»^pace for a few hen eggs in the dutclL. putting them down eight days later. They affirm that the little ones are taught better manners by then- more astute foster brethren, is the eggs of the duck are more liable to a chill durini in cubation than those of other fowl, they should be covered with a cloth while Hie bird is feeding. When the young issue forth, at the end of twenty-eight or thirty days, they can be fed for the first week on Wonns, chopped, rough crumbled bread, steeped in milk, then barley or Indian meal ; aud when about three weeks old, nettles or chopped vegetables may be added at dis oretion. _ 'V...
POULTRY KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870
POULTRY KEEPING. It is a popular idea that poultry kept especially for profit, will yield a loss. There never was a greater error. Poultry, properly managed ; economically fed ; and judiciously selected, so far from proving a loss to those who enter upon the speculation, must prove of very profit. In Europe— in all countries save England — poultry farming is carried on extensively. It is a special department, necessitating special study, and at tention. Like every other enterprise depending upon the production of Gods creatures for profit, it does aot fail, save through the ignorance or neglect of those who embark in it. ! Whence come the enormous quantities of poultry and eggs_ which are consumed in this city 1 A great pro portion comes from the small farmers adjacent to Sydney, and who keep poultry, without paying special attention to what they find, is, unattended to, a very profitable portion of their productions. But not an un considerablc quantity of eggs and poultry, is broug...
THE VOLUNTEERS. No. 1 COMPANY SYDNEY BATTALION VOLUNTEER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870
THE VOLUNTEERS. No. 1 Company Sydney Battalion Volunteer Bipj.es. Ihe usual yearly prize shooting of this Company has already commenced, and in addition to the handicap subscription matches and Company Cham pion Medal, prizes have been presented by Ensign Cooper, Messrs. F. T. Walker and J. Slade, par ticulars of which will be found below. The shooting has not been un to the aversure of this company, in a great measure owing to unfavour able weather. Subjoined arc particulars and condi tions of the matches which have been contested : — SuBBCKirrioN Phizes. — These are made up by volun tary contributions and entrance fee of 6d per month from oach competitor, amounting in the aggregate to between £40 and £50 during the year, and allow ances are made to the medium and indifferent shots of the Company of from 1 to 12 points in 16 shots. This has been found to work so well that as man v as 35 members of tho company have competed during a month. The shooting takes place three times in eac...
MY HOLIDAY TRIP TO VICTORIA AND TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870
MY HOLWAX TBIP TO VICTOKIA AND TASMANIA.. As ire came alongside the pier, it was not without considerable surprise -flint I observed the extraordinary SffS^06? '* had 6iven SandridgiS toassrist commerce. Mighty ships of two and three thousand tons carrying capacity, lay there in numbers, discharging by aid of steam machinery cargoes of merchandise, which dis appeared as if by magic along a railway that extends its lines in every direction. Before me was the Golden Ulty ; in aiy rear was WiUiamstown; on my right were Emerald Hill,. St Kilda, and Brighton ; on my left tfootscray and the Yarra, towards each of which places trams were rushing ; and from them, scarcely without utfermission, came the piercing shriek of the steam whistle. Prom the very pierhead, ranging as far as myeye could carryme, stood stately hotels, gigantic store houses, huge manufactories, as well as humbler habita tions of labour and enterprise, of every possible descrip tion. In the bay a.pcrfect fleet of small s...