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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870

A fabmeu who tried steaming his cattle fooDfl years says it costs a third less to winter hisB**! they give a fourth more 'than when he fed them^B hay and grain. '^ai,^ The French Ejiperor has nine-exaanlE f M Gascony, eight in Champagne, three in CoW^l Lunceusin, and one in Italy. These 22 fanm *i on an average four per cent on the capital inveay 1 BUGGIES. 1 POE SALE or HIKE— the duaiiwl f£ DOUGLAS'S Coach Factory, Pitt3 V£ 9 near Park-street Buggies and Sprint -w» ?5uh'?a,AniJ-aitlnS ani Parting done at the «Sort«rS WheeUa^rad, Mondays and Fridays. Spring^Jbul the repairs are executed, at reasonable prices '? EVERY MAN HIS OWN PAINTfii Peacock and Buchan's PATENT PAINT illH Teady mixed for use. ?--«?? BROOMFIELD and WHITAKEfi I __^ ? Albion Wharf, Sole irM '£? Li K K I S H TfTfl BLIGH-STEEET, SYDNEY, I Also, ? sulphee and medicated bathe, ? open daily foe ladies and gentlq,j Single bath, Five Shillings '''^'B Six tickets. Twenty Shilling!! ? After 6 o'clock p.m. tiitiflc tickets T...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day MR. A. CANNON'S SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870

Coroner'sCourt,ThisDay ME. A. CANNON'S SUDDEN DEATH. The City Coroner held an inquest, this morning, at Muscutt's Norfolk Hotel, George-street. From the evidence of deceased's brother, Mr. Samuel Cannon, it appeared that the late gentleman was aged forty -one years, and was a native of Liverpool, England. Lat terly he had been engaged in mining speculations in the colony of Victoria. On Friday night last he, with witness, arrived in Sydney from Melbourne, and on their arrival in this city took up their residence at the Norfolk Hotel. Upon clearing the heads of Hobson's Bay the deceased was seized with seasickness from which he suffered until his arrival here. Witness had never heard him complain of heart disease, but occasionally of pains in the side. He was very subject to bilious attacks. Although not. a teetotaller he was not ordi narily an intemperate man. On the way to the Norfolk Hotel he purchased a blue pill and black draught, the former of which he took that night and the l...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Pierce and Evans.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870

Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Pierce and Evans.) Twelve men and eight women drunkards were pun- ished. Two old ladies for being disorderly were sent to gaol for three months. John Brennan, for cruelly ill-treating a horse, was fined £5, or in default, one month in gaol. The horse was attach to a bus, and had a very bad shoulder.   Samuel Saunders was charged with stealing two £5   notes from N. Newman. Mr. Driver on behalf of the prisoner, took objection to the proceedings, as the information charged the prisoner with stealing the money, and the warrant with which the prisoner was arrested, having obtained it by fraudulent means to wit by dice. The prisoner was discharged. George Tanner, on a charge of being illegally on the premises of the Rev. A. Stephen, supposed with intent to commit a felony, was discharged, as it was shown that he was only just inside the gate. William Carroll was fined 20s, or in default, seven days i...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before P. L. Cloete, Esq., W.P.M., and Messrs. Thompson, Elliott, and Smithers.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 February 1870

WATER POLICE COURT. (Before P. L. Cloete, Esq., W.P.M., and Messrs. Thompson, Elliott, and Smithers. ) Several drunkards were punished. Thomas O'Brien, for making use of obscene language, was fined 20s, or in default seven days to gaoL Alexander Smith was charged with having been con cerned in the robbery of about L12 in money, and a Crimean shirt, cap, and handkerchief, from one John Jameson. Prosecutor, a seaman of the schooner Wave ' of Life, stated that on Sunday morning about 1 o'clock a.m., as he was proceeding down Kent-street, on his way to his vessel, he was 'rushed' by prisoner and three other men, who knocked him down and rifled his pockets. He was nnderthe influence of liquor at the time, and remained for some time asleep where he fell When he awoke he found prisoner sitting alongside of him with his (Jameson's) shirt and cap in his possession. Prosecutor asked where the other men were, and Smith said he would take him to them. He then proceeded with Jameson to the Gener...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

THE MUTEST. July 17. — Becalmed six miles from Byron Isle. At 5 o'clock a.m. the captain gave permission to all the natives to go on the false or upper deck, and he dis tributed shirts and tobacco among them. Everything was quiet, but tho deck was densely crowded with nearly 300 men. The sailors on watch were at the storn, busy preparing some plank to construct a par ILUVIL BU OQ LU iDUlilbU U1U liUSU UUUl^ IZUlil llUi CUPMl and small deck around it at the aft ofthe yesseL All at once, without a moment's warning — (I had, however, previously seen a boy Bteal a knife belonging to one of the men, and urged the captain and Mr. Lattin to pass astern) — all at once, as I said before, tho Kanakas rushed astern and attacked, the men on watch. I j was standing in front of the cabin door, and saw a ' Kanaka kill Mr. Lattin with one blow of a hatchet. I ' seized a carbine and ran to the aid ofthe captain, but j it was too late. He had b-en stabbed in back and face, and fallen dead. Besides a ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARRATIVE OF SECOND OFFCER. THREE-MASTED BARQUE OF TAHITI MOAROA, PACIFIC OCEAN (latitude 70.32 S., longitude 175.45 E.) July 24th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

XAHEATIVE OF SECOND OFFCER. Tukee-masted Bahwe cy Tahiti Moakoa, Pacific . Ocean (latitude 70.32 S., longitude 175.45 E.) Julv 24th. 1869. Monsieur, — Hoping to be able to speak some vessel of the Society Islands before my arrival at Atiinaono, I shall in that case have the honour to transmit tho report which I now write. I will commence by recounting that portion of the journal of the vessel which relates what tran spired after we came in sight of the Gilbert Islands nn tn l.llP nWRAnt. Ait-v nrtA iTinn T Ti-ill nnMtinnii 4-lia account until I speak some vessels, or until my arrival at port. June lGih 1869. — At 11 o'clock this morning we saw Hope Island. On approaching the island in the afternoon, .several pirogues and a large canoe came alongside, bringing mats, cocoa, and other products of the islands, to exchange for tobacco and red cloths which we had on board. Wo reoiained near this island till the 20th June, when we sailed for Byron Island. June 28. — At 6 o'clock in the eve...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAGEDY IN THE SOUTH SEAS THE COOLIE MUTINY ON THE FRENCH SHIP "MOAROA"—TERRIBLE SCENES OF CARNAGE—NARRATIVE OF THE SECOND OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

TRAGEDY1N THE SOUTH SEAS the coolie mutint on the feench ship 'moaeoa'— teerible scenes of carnage— nabbative of the second OFFICER. The Tahiti Messenger, dated Papeete, October 14, 1869, and purporting to be the official journal of tho French Protectorate at tho -Society Islands, gives a detailed account of a recent extraordinary tragedy on board a Fronch vessel in the South Seas. The 'fol- lowing is the strange story in full, together with the introductory remarks of the French journal : — A MARITIME DEAMA. A ship of this Protectorate has just been the theatre of a frightful drama, of which we cannot give a better account than to publish the report- of the second officer, who has 'brought home the vessel. The Moaroa was purchased by Mr. Stewart several months ago, and left Atiinaono [a port of Tahiti] with a cargo of cotton for New Zealand, with the purpose of bringing back natives of some of the South Paciffic Islandi to labor in this Protectorate. The first part of the voyage wa...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

The Bakes. — From the general abstracts, published for general information, it appears that on the 3lBt December last the liabilities and assets of the Austra lian Joint Stock Bonk, within the colony, amounted to — LiabUities L914.941 Is 4d, assets Ll,422,520 15s Cd ; the total liabilities were Ll,417,704 0s 7d, total assets L1,93S,214 lGs 8d. The liabilities of the Union Bank were L364.260 15s Id. assets L425.087 7s. The liabili. ties of the Bank of Australasia were L431.851 7s lOd, the assets L61G,815 14s 3d. The liabilities of the Bank of New South Wales were L2,4D5,832 14s, assets L3.840.834 19s Ud. The liabilities of the City Bank amounted to L482.4W2 Ss lid, the assets to L710.610 12s Ud. The Bateubst Volunteers,— Last 'Wednesday, at the imitation of Mr. Coombes, about fifty-five of the Bathurst Volunteer Corps visited the Glanmiro Estate. They started from Bathurst about half -past 9 in the morning, the band under conductorship of Mr. M'Carthy, heading the cavalcade. A substa...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

K1AMA. rPEOM ODB COBEESPOKDENT.] During the past few weeks we have been favoured with occasional showers, which have greatly re freshed the face of nature. The crops this year are looking splendidly, and the rust in wheat has almost entirely disappeared. The Agricultural Society are making preparations for holding their annua} exhibition, which will come oft on Wednesday, 23rd instant. 1 understand several gentlemen from the metropolis are to bo present. There is not much stirring in the town at present. The municipal elections are passing bff very quietly. In two of the wards there was no opposition. Our harbour works still remain at a standstill, and there is over}' appearance of the silence being per manent. The longer the work is neglected the more of the public money is wasted, Sot the sea washes away what has been done when tho work ceases. We have heard nothing yet in reference to ' out member.' He has not declared his intention. I do not think he is acting rightly in keeping...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BABY'S DRAWER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

THE BABY'S DEAWEK. There's a little drawer in my chamber Guarded with tenderest care, Where the dainty clothes are lying, That my darling shall never wear. And there, while the hours are waning Till the house is all at rest, I sit and fancy a baby Close to my aching breast. My darling's pretty, white garments ; I wrought them, sitting apart, While his mystic life was throbbing Under my throbbing heart, And often my happy dreaming Breaks in a little song, Like the munner of birds at brooding, When the days are warm and long. I finished the dainty wardrobe, And the drawer was aknost full With robes of the finest muslin, And robes of- the whitest wooL I folded them all together, With a rose for every pair, Smiling, and saying, 'Gem fragrant, Fit for my prince to wear.' Ah, the radiant summer morning, So full of mother's joy ; ' Thank God, he is fair and perfect, Hy beautiful new-born boy. Let him wear tho pretty, white garment I wrought while sitting apart ; Lay him, so sweel and so he...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [?] the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Levy, Murphy, and Hunt.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

?ice Courts, This Day. ?J CENTRAL POLICE COUJ1T. HS^ the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Levy, Hfl Murphy, and Hunt.) 'rjg BB?jn'£ar-*s were brought before the Bench mblK ^Bdge; Uooney, for wilfully breaking a window ^t® articles, the property of William Webb, stock- ^?1™1ob., or to be sent to gaol for three weeks, roon- Hf? Ksault cases— John Davies v. James Griffin, retool ?r™ Davies v. Margaret Griffin— were post .atto ?f1 HI next Tuesday. rather ?Ptome Boaz, brought np by a warrant for dis whose Mf? a summons, in which she was charged with ??w 20s., with 5s. ^d. costs, or with the alter *?' seven days' gaol. '™a James was arrested by senior-constable 11 'or indecently assaulting a girl of the age of 'Jean. Tho prisoner feigned madness in the 'Mthe Police Magistrate remanded him for a '5' Wright, on a charge of fraudulent insol ? i *u further remanded to Thursday. ''Smith; alias Simpson, for assaulting and °5 Mary A. Hullen, was by consent of both « remanded till next Tuesday. '}'...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MYSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

THE MYSTIC. BY AIRBED TEKHYBON. imgels have talked with him, and shoved him thrones Ye knew him not : he was not one of ye :— Ye Boomed him with an unliscemuig acorn; Ye could not read the marvel in Us eye The still serene abstraction ; he hath felt The vanities of after and before : AlhMf in ]ile gnlrif and hlR kmto* lino** Hie stern experience of converse lives. The linked woes of many a fiery charge Had purilicd, and chastened and made free. Always there stood before him night and day. Of wayward, vary -coloured circumstance, The imperishable presences serene, Colossal, without form, or 6ense or sound, Dim shadows bnt unwaning presences. Four faced to four comers of the sky ; And yet again, three shadows, frosting one ? One forward, one respectant, three but one ; And yet again, again and evermore. For the two first were not, but only seemed One shadow in the midst of a great light, One reflex from eternity or time, One mighty countenance of perfect «lm Awful with most invariable...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY—FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

DIARY— FebbOABY 8. K™ -*„„ Hi8h Water* m^t ST M°°d.'» Ago. ? Rises. Sets. ? Even. | Morn. h.m. I h.m. I »?.„ I h.m. I h-m. 5.29 | 7.0 | 7A ^^ I 12.34 | 12.55 February. — First Quarter — 9th. 4h, 24.1 a-m. Ct)c Ctoetung jfretos, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1870.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Court, This Day [?]ne his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Dowling.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

?strict Coort, This Day Htotc hia Honor Mr. District Court Judge HI Bowling.) ^(??jEDifox v. Blackbcbn akd Wife. — This was if ^^wtioi for slander, and for defamatory words ig HSbrthe defendant's wife, affecting the virtue of Pi ^^?fLmtiff, who is an unmarried lady. Damages ?e HBuiatflO. The defence was that the words 111 Hft used in a squabble between plaintiff and ™ ^?nianfswife, and on an occasion when plaintiffs ^^pocwi wimi iiul nave eu&loiuou miy uuniugv. Hf Honor gave a verdict for 40s. Mr. W. Roberts ^gplahtiff, sad Sir. Fitzhardinge for defendant. Hutua v. 'West. — Plaintiff claimed £1 10s, for ?n'tes performed in training ahorse, the property ?efendant. Plaintiff was non-suited. ?jeeick v. Joxes. — In this case the plaintiff Hntd £5, the amount of deposit paid by him on the Hit of a horse race. The horse Dacked by plaintiff ?scratched, and he then wanted to receive back ?inonev, although he had nev^r intimated this ? so long as the horse was likely to go. His ?or p...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

It is easy to equal any fancy bred cow with a native as a milker, bnt if the daughter of die native is as good a cow, it is an accident ; not so in thoroughbred stock.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

In alluding, yesterday, to the admirable pamphlet of Mr. Frederick Young, in which that gentleman had submitted a definite scheme of colonisation which would be equally advantageous to the whole British empire, we nrnmised that there had been some other kiic gestions, of a very different character on the part of some of our volunteer political doctorsin England, to which it might be desirable to make further reference on another occasion. We take advantage of the present opportunity of doing so, and it will be seen that the previous brief and rather amusing announcement that the Social Science Association had taken entire charge of tht colonial question was not without foundation. The paper read before this august body by Mr. Thomas Briggs was alluded to yesterday, and it is now before us, together with the discussion that ensued, the whole having apparently been thought worthy of reproducing, in pamphlet form. We must confess to a state of ignorance as to who or what Mr. Briggs is....

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court, This Day [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

ioroner'sCoiift,TMs»ay ? nest was held this morning before the City w at tte Observer Tavern, George-street, 1 -he tody of an old man whose name has been frfJnea to have been Hargraves, and -who died *wffeds of immersion in water this morning. ^ZTrevealed ihe following state of fiicte :- Vhalf-past 3 o'clock this morning a iarmer '°S Gordon arrived at the Commercial wharf from I h l£ boat with fruit. He had discharged Mb K was in the act of loading a dray on the rf when his attention -was directed to a splash in L. as if something had fallen into it. At .rime he was on Struth's Wharf, and the noise \jS to proceed from the Commercial !™y Almost immediately after he heard a Sine voice comin- from the water, which him to think somebody was drowning. The meat he heard the voice, he called to the watch KVatBome one -was drowning ; and that person HX unhooked his lantern and went to the edge ?to wharf. After looking over he called to KXn to fret his boat as quickly as possible. While H la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

Ookcebt at the Teitpebance Hall.— A grand concert, under the auspices of the Sons and Daughters of Temperance, the proceeds of which are to he devoted to the relief of the widow and family of a drceased brothre, was given at the Temperance Hall last night. The Hon. J. Sutherland presided, and the members of the order appeared in regalia. The hall was crowded, and the concert, which was a complete success, cannot fail to assist materially in the realisation of the wishes of the promoters. Paddington Municipal Election.— The polling for tho election af aldermen for this borough took place at the Council Chambers, Faddington; at ltuschcuttcrs' Bap; and the Central Police-office, Sydney, with the following results:-. Upper Ward — Mr. Kobert Camp bell 149, Mr. W. S. Stone 77; majority for Campbell 72. Lower Ward— Mr. James P. Smith 155, Mr. Hosea Bennett 127; majority for Smith 28. Glenmora Ward -Mr. Robert Joyner 88, Mr. Edward Farrell 21; majority for Joyner 07, Messrs. Kobert Campbell...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

Mr. C. H. Burford and Miss Clara Stephenson are playing to good houses at Brisbane. CHOKE V. HlGGIKB.— 880 YARDS, FOB £50 A SIDB and a TRorrrr.— This match was run on Thursday, at Croiton Park, Cronk receiving 15 yards start There were not many spectators present, and the race was a very hollow one, Higgins never having a show from startt to finish, Higgins was in far from his uesi loiJU, wjiijBii \-/roiiit was lit ami weu. j.iie SKLKes were handed over yesterday to Cronk's backer. — Tht Av&sraloMaa. The premises of Mr. Alexander KenniwelL boot, maker, of George-street, Singleton, had, a narrow escape of being destroyed by fire on Wednesday night. The ceiling of the shop had been severely scorched, likewise the counter and other fixtures, and the calim portion of a partition between the shop and parlour had 2een partly burned. A considerable quantity of boots, leather, and trade materials were destroyed. The fire was caused by the explosion of the kerosene' oil lamp, which h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams, This Day. LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. VIA MELBOURNE. Tuesday Noon. SKIRMISH BETWEEN THE EUROPEANS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 February 1870

Tetegrams, this Day. LATEST EROM NEW ZEALAND. Via Melboubke. Tuesday Noon. SKIEMISH BETWEEN THE EUROPEANS AND THE MAORIS. Intelligence has been received from New Zealand 'of ~a~s]dnnish lietveen the' European Forces under IColdnel M'Donncll and some of Te Kooti'smen, in which the Maoris were worsted and beat a retreat! The Europeans burnt a village, killed four men and captured ten others Colonel McDonnell was eugnuy -wuunuea oy a spumer. jjout ot nis men were killed, ono is missing and another is wounded mortally. According to the last accounts the Europeans were continuing the pursuit of the enemy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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