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Central Criminal Court-This Day. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice [?]ke) CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

Central Criminal Court-Thie Day. FlEST COUBT. (Before his Honor Mr. J netice Obeeke ) OOSBFISACI TO SIFBies. Dims Maekinlay, Patrick Maokmlay, George OBrieD, James Bogsrs James Bourke, and Alexander Shaw, under remand fromyestsrday, were oharged with oonBpiiiag to defraud the creditors in the Maokinlay Brothers Prisoners were defended as before, by Messrs. Dalley, Davis, Salomons, and Buchanan. Mr. Batler prosecuted for the Grown. Denis Duane re called, stated that be;uok same of the goods from Msonamara'e wharf to Strath's wharf . George O. Etheridgi re-oalled and ctosB-examined by Mr. Dalley: When I bought the goods from Meeste. Prinoa, Ogg, and Go., I was net authorised to Bay where they were going, nor -was I told not to say bo. I told Mr. Prince in a general way. I told Denis Maokinlay that the gosds were very obeap, and that I thought they could be Bold to a profit in a neigh bouring colony. This was after the goods had gone down to the wharf, and before the Snowbird left Ae a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Hargrave, and a jury of twelve)ATTEMPT TO PROCURE MISCARRIAGE [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

Second Couet. (Before his Honor Mr. Justioa Hargrave, and a jury of twelve ) ATTEMPT TOPBOCOBE WSCABUAQB Thomas Patterson was obsrged that he did, on the 18th August last, feloniously and unlawfully asea oertain instrument on the person of Jane Neebitt, for tbe purpose of procuring abortion. His HoKoa summed up; sod {he jury retire! fir dbont three quarieraot en, hour, Un returning; they found a verdict of gnilty against tbe prisoner on the second count of the indictment— vii , that th* priBonir did, on the 18th August last, me a certain ingtrnmmt upon the person of Jane Nesbitt, for tha purooee of procuring* miFcareiage. . .: His Hobob sentenced the prisoner to fitven jears* hard labour upon the n»ds or publio works ot the colony. ran, D'Aroy Murray surrendered to bis bail, on the charge of libeL Theiibel complained of oonaieted of an article in the Sydney Police. News, in which refpr* ence wbb made to the put eareer of Dr. Beer, then* candidate for the representation of Br.idwood ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

ELECTION HUMOURS. 0EAH9E.— The Colonial Treasurer, Mr. Eamuel, will be a candidate fer this electorate. Wbllihoton. — A Mr. Spring and Dr. Tibbits are named as probable candidates. Shoalbavsv— We have learnt from a reliable source, that Mr. S. S, Groold is a candidate for this oenstituencv. Hr. Juua Oaborae is likely to Jstand for Illawarra, in opposition to tbe late member Mr. John Stewart. Mr Oaborne'e return is looked upon as a certainty by his friends, Fhbooiocs Attack ok a Oobstablb— Yesterday afternoon, about S o'clock, information reaohed the Central polios station, that a man named Joe Bragg, alias Bouike, had stabbed another man in 6uc::x stTwt Senior- arnetable'Costsllo anil constable Perry at ones proceeded to sriest BrBgg. When they got to Suedes-street, Bragg saw them and ran; having previously intimated that he was a b ? y Feniao, and that no b ? police would take h-m. The |,elioe gave obese, and Perry being the faster of the two, c:ou overtook Brage, who, when the con...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. Dunedin, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

NEW ZEALAND. Dunedin, November 10. Auriferous reefs have been discovered near the town ship cf Oornwell. The 74 Maori prisoners have been lodged in Dunedin gaoL The Government flaiette prcolaima that as gold does net pass with the sale of land, the Government will adhere to that 'rule in order to protect tbe interests ef ths publio, and prevent speculators from securing auriferous land. A telegram from Napier states that Te Kooli is hemmed in, and likely soon to be captured. — Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Supreme Court-This Day. BANOO Court. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four) CHADWICK V. SMITH AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day« Banco Ootjbt. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Ohief Justice, and a jury of four.) CHADWICK V. SMITH AND OIHSES. The evidence herein was proceeded with, and at the ? time we went to preo had not terminated.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT.-Thursday. JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett and juries of four.) SMART V. LENNON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

SUPREME COURT.— Thursday. Jdbt Coras. (Before his Honor Mr. JuBtiee Faucett and juries of four.) EMART V. LSBHON. Hr. Windeyer, inetruoted by Hr. Hellyer, for the plaintiff; Hr. M. H. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Daw son, lor the defendant The trial of this canes, which was commenoed on Wednesday afternoon, was resumed and concluded. The plaintiff claimed £18 10s,, due as extras apen a building oontraot under seal between tbe Dirties. The defendant pleaded that the oontraot had been teaoinded, and that, exoept as to £8 6s., whioh he paid into court, he had never been indebted. It appeared that the plaintiff, a builder, had ooa traoted with the defendant for the erection of a house' on the Edgeoliflfe-ioad, Woollahro, and in pursuance of this contract had erected the building in question, which had been settled for; but an extra demand for £48 10s. was made. The plaintiff and . the architeot who had superintended the work— Mr. Davey — deposed that the extra charges made were just and :...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

BIRTHS. On the 16th instant, at her residence, 233, Elizabeth-street, Mrs. W. H. Alderson, of a son. On the 16th instant, at her residence, Murrurundi, the wife ef Mr. A. Bryant, late of Redfern, Sydney, of a son. On Wednesday, 17th instant, at Athelstane, Double Bay, the wife of J. George Long Innes, Barrister-at-Law, of a son. MARRIAGE. On the 13th of November, by the Rev. Dr. Bailey, of the Free Church, Sydney, Frank, youngest son of Robert Bailey, of Cory- leton, England, to Fanny, eldest daughter of the late John Locke, of Liverpool. DEATHS. On the 11th instant, at his residence, Veteran Hall, Brisbane Water, after a long and painful illness, Mr. Robert Henderson, senior, aged 73 ; an old and much respected native of the colony. On the 17th instant, at her son's residence, Wellington-street, Waterloo, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Ann Myatt, re- lict of the late Mr. Henry Myatt, and the beloved and affection- ate mother of Mr. J. P. West and Mr. J. Devine, of this city...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings-This Day CENTRAL POLICE. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.. and Mr. W. Day.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

Police ProceedingB-This Day CENTRAL POLICE. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.. and Mr. W. Day.) Richard Bradburn, charged with being drunk in Forbes street, and Ferrite, a coloured man, oharged with attempting to stab one John Arkwright, were discharged. Miry O'Hara, chanted by eenetable Sullivan wi h having in her possession eight sheets, two tablecleths, on» Crimean thirttandCanoantiiy^of Hearing apparel, supposed tojhave been stolen, was sent to gaol for ihree months. vnariee juowies, onargea wita wing araoK in George-street, was fined 5a., er for'y-eight hours to gaol (Before Messrs. Oatley and Ctoorge Hill, J.P.) There were nineteen cases -m the summons lUt, two ?£ which were postponed until Friday next, in two the rammoneea had nat been served, and in one ae partiee appeared. Martha Humphries applied 'or three separate affiliation orders against James Flood, and each application was oompuvd with; defendant to pay, ineeoh c ee, 8a, 4d. per week for two years to senior-sergeant Taylor...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting and Wounding with Intent to Murder. COMMITTAL OF THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 19 November 1869

Shooting and Wounding with Intent to Murder OOMHITTAI, 07 THE FBIBOHEB. At the West Maitland police court, yesterday, William Willis, in oustody, was brongbt before the bench , for further hearing into the oharge against him of having, at Sawyer's Golly,' on the 20th October, shot with intent to murder one James Ellis. The follow ins evid'BM was taken: — Dr. William i-pink depesed that early on Saturday morning, tbe SOtb of last month, he had proceeded to Sawyer's Golly, Bishop's Bridge, in company with trooper Fitzallan, and eaw a man named James Ellis lying upon a table, in a room of Ellie's own house. Eilis was bleeding profusely from the uppsr part of the arm. The bleeding resulted from a large number of gun 6hot wounds. The arm was wrapped in cloths whioh were saturated with blood, Be probed, and found the shot deeply embedded in the musolesof the urm. He wie only able to. extract one shot at that time. There were also several shots about the right hand. Subsequently Ellis was ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

_ ? ? , AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PEOVIDBNT soorarz Establishes 1849. HDTUAL LIFE OFFIOE. Bbwm aararing their Liraa should consider what SBOUBITF the Institution the; select has to efftr. inrANCIAi POSITION OF THE SOCIKTr IN 1868: She Bun wet-red srao&nts to ... £4.000 000 The Gross Income exceeds ... . £180.000 The Accumulated Fund? exceed ... £602,000 ReveraoBaiy Boonees declared ... £458,000 Oliims paid to Members ? £200,000 BwomFund ... ... ... £50,000 THE ASSETS ?» THE AESVBAXGE ITJKD AMOUNTED TO 70 PEB CXXT ?I SHE EKHBE AfiSDSAKCE FZEXTCWi EECEITED 27 THE fOOBITi IHB eOOIETI HAS UPWARDS OF 9000 irarni-Tm Hie QaLaqaenni&l Be part, f bowing the Society' 6 ?bis snd progres--, prospK.ue.s, end forms of proposal, Buy be had. or will he sent, post free, on application et tfasoffiae, or to any o£ the society's agents, Br crdercf the Boird ALEXANDER J. SALSTOX, Secretary. Principal OIBoj, ? Sydney. 25:fc September, 1839. ? . . rW\HB 8TAEDABD LIFE ASSURANCE -L COMPANY. E6tob!is...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

T-BISCE OF WALES OPERA HUU6E. The free list suspended, the Press exoeptcd. THIS EVENING, Saturday, the performances sill commeaee with the new drama ofmedern life entitled FOEUOSA! TBE BAILROAD TO ETJlK. by Dion Bouoioault, Ebb,., Supported by the Entire Company. To e^Deiarie with THE TWO BtfZZABDS. Upwardi of 10,0 to persons, a great portion of *hich ?ere ladies, have thi* week witac-sed the mnoh diicnisedend abnseS FOBMOSA, »nd from tbe satis, fiction expressed by this large number of visitors of the utter afascBoe of anything objectionable in the play,- the Management have nmoh pleasure in announcing it for representation every evening until farther notice. Seats can be secured six days in advance. CEmarsM c)r Lohdoh Fpectator, August SI, 1869 Fosmosa ie in bo way offensive either to morals or propriety. 6he says snd does nothing outre, is, in not, too little debu^d by her poiition, and compared with many a personage seen of hte years npon the London stage, ihe is propriety iuelf...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Heroism of a British Consul. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

Heroism of a British Consul. The' following interesting and exciting narrative, giving tbe details of an event that has already been referred to in .our columns, is extracted from the Jamaica Guardian of August 7th, to which it wae furnished by a correspondent who recently esoaped from Santiago de Cuba, where he was persecuted by the Spanish Volunteers in consequence of being eub nested -n' Onhan avninathuer.' ' A poor unfortunate seaman had been apprehended on a charge of being implicated in a filibustering expe dition',' and he was tbruetinto prison end afterwerds condemned to be shot, -on evidence as unlikely and Improbable'' as any one could conceive. He was an Am'eriean, : tbe sob of English parents, and not withstanding the most strenuous exertions on the part of the English aid American Oonsule, the Spanish authorities seemed determined to sacrifice this poor man's ..life. On the morning appointed for Mb execution ie was matched out to the uraal place, amidst a crest show of ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Heartless Hoax. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

A Heartless Hoax Tas Cornwall Chroniole states :— A young 'woman named Emma Wo de, servant to Mr. S. V. Kemp, of Bosetta, Patterson'* Plains, suddenly disappeared recently leaving nothing bat her box asd a letter for Jin. Kemp, which caused them grant anxiety. It aI»4w1 tliat ? -(T )m«a vnn* linnaa - anil ^armnB. ktiaAtmaa I conld not de anything right and that is what has drove me to do what I am going to do ; Hid, why Dot, like a lady, did yon not discharge meat once, and I should not have tad to put an end to my misery— bo sow I am going to drown myself. If you want to send after me, I am going to. Longford for a while, till I write to ^ttb&eri' But ? further on the' agony was piled up higher. . ' Ton most not trouble after me, became I shall be dead before yon Bee me. I can tell you no nora for my heart is breaking.' — 'PiB.-rTeU grsMmolber to write to mother. I can not live any longer. I have made up my mind to die be ore to Borrow.' : On disaoverinp the ala ming epistl...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

In the Evening News of Tuesday last we published a telegram from Adelaide, an nouncing the return of the Surveyor-General of that colony, Mr. Gotder, from the Northern Territory at Port Darwin, where be* had most successfully accomplished the ardrious task confided to him by the Soiith Australian tfovernmenc. it may be oonve nient to repeat here the faots connected with the occupation of this territory, the suoceEB-- ful colonisation of which must have immense influence upon the future prosperity and greatness of Australia. When, after several attempts, the late Air. M'Douall Stuart euoceeded in croesicg from the t-'outh Aus tralian boundary to the shores of the Indian Coean on the ncrth coast of .Australia, and reported - that the couatry to whieh he had penetrated was of a most inviting character, it was deemed by the Imperial authorities to be just and expedient that the territory thus opened no should bo nanaea over, lor toe present, to tbe Uolonial Government that had been at t...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Exemplary Agriculturist. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

An Exemplary Agriculturist The Morning PobI'h correspondent, in a' letter from Ariooia, describes an extraordinary scene whioh wag recently witnessed on the viadaot, which is s favour* able promenade of the inhabitants of Albano and Ariooia. An execution had been levied on the' drops of b peasant of tbe village of Montebamprati, neaf Fra» osli, on a piece of land beloBsine to the ohabierof iricoia, for which he bad long refuted to pay the legal ctnone, or groand-rent, The lavryer, Siguor Lbui, who directed the proceedings, and the prien whoinrti tuted them, te reoover possession of the property, wire, says tbe writer, marSed.eut for tie pfeaetnt** vengetnoe. He came into Albino on St. John's \J»y. arid went first to the priest's - iioBBe. FortUBitely for bi^ reverence he was not at home, nor was it known exactly where fee was to be found ; but,' on Isqetrmg for iheaVvobatoBt hisresideaoe, the eefvant faro^ntel thb peasant that he would find f ignor Lsnsi walking with bis wife on the...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

ELECTION RUMOURS. Moepeth — Mr. Jamte Campbell has asnoDBead bis' intention of seeking the epffragrs of the eleotors. Cektral Cumberland,— Mr. J. Lackey, one of the late members for this electorate, has . issued a notiflca ? lion. to the tffeot that he jtenews his candidature , Thb Glebb. — Mr. Smart, as previously understood, does not offer himeelf for re-emotion. A rpquisition has been presented to Mr. (j. W. Allen, and that entleman baa oenMnted to atand. ' ., ,... Em Btdket. — Mr. George King, of the firm of Daniej.l, 'King, and Oo. (Chairman of the Board ^t, Directors of the Mutual Piotident Scpieljj/ liae oonsented to .stand for Bast Sydney, and cornea forward, as a supporter of the present liberal sjetem of ednoa tion, and the practical advocacy of free trade principles by the abolition of ad valorem daties. Tabs,— Mr. -A. Gordon' is' epoken of as likely to be' placed in nomination for Yaea Plains. , ' , ' . 8H0ALBA.vEir.r-MT. Gooldj baring met with an abci deat by which a li...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extortion by Quacks. (Pall Mall Budget) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

Extortion toy Quacks. (Pal! Hall Budget ) A 'shameful case of alleged extortion by a qutek dootor oame before the Marlboroagh-street police court on Wednesday. Mr. Edward Wallace, a geatle tnan Presiding at Buenos Ayres, now on a visit to England, had obtained a warrant from Mr. Enox, for tbe apprehension of two persons named Jordan and Mi ler; Jordan, who resided in Bernere-etrtet, Oxford- ? street, deBoribed fcimself ib 'MVD,J'and a^pbysiciaB, and Miller being a sort of assistant, carrying oa his business in Weymouth-street, Marylebone, ' Th* solicitor who appeared for Mr. Wallace, s«id his olient would not proceed farther with tke oaie, gad Mt, Knox, seeing ite importance, forthwith started to Bow s~reer, in, order .that he might ooseult ? Sir Thomas Henry on the matter On bis return, Mr. Enox said that a: more abominable and atrocious oase than this hed never been disclosed in a oourt of justioe, and he deeply regretted to Bay that after examining all the circumstances with « .v...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

?Tsk Booan Eieotion.— Mr. Lord, nsje the Djibbo1 Diep'atch of the 19th, will not bs allowed at tha general eleotion the privilegeof an Hnoppoied rttnrn Another oandidate for senatorial honours ie in the field it the person of Mr. J. Boehe Ardill. licensed surveyor. He writes us to the effect, that his poUtioV are purely liberal ;' and on the Land Law his views are will define! Mr Ardill was a caodidats.for tne lAfMl IH &W3) UU1, IU1UUJJU BU1UC UlipUtt^l, TTBd UVIU Dominated, Alabmtos AofliDBHi.— An nooiSept of a v«ry alaming eharaoter, hut which happily is not likely to ba. attended with fatal ooneequeno'ea, happeneiabout 4 o'clock jc sterday, to a painter named Francis Ogflen, while engaged punting the upper etorvjof Mr. Edward Daly's grocery establishment ftn.JBrinkneld-nilL The ladder on which he wae standing slipped eidtwaye aoroee the front, and caught in thereoeea of thsWthsra window of the nbpSr sfory, breaking the window panfe thereof, and precipitating him on the pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

New Fieh Mabkets.— The plans prepared by the City Engineer for a fieh market at Wooiloomcoloo are no* ready, have been approved of by the improvement committee, and will bepropoeed for fiial adoption on Monday next, in the City CourcciL The motion is to be made By Alderman Oatley. Alderman Bradford has aleo a notice ou the paper to move tbe adoptien of the plans and report of the improvement committee for a fieh mnrVpt nn the iUarkpf Wh»rf. Mr Thomas Jenes, of Baramba, is Ulked of us likely antagonist to Mr. Pring, who has to eo before his constituents for re-election; and the Brisbane Odarier has no doubt he would make a very gooii mfmber for the diettiot. His rrepeded father wae, many -ears ago, returned »e member for Moretoa Bay in the first repreientativa Chamber erected to Nvw South Waifs, and the eon of Bichsrd Jonee is sot liktly to acquit himself unworthily .in such a capacity noW, Mr T. Jones, as the owner of Biramba. hae what electors are eo fend of tslkiDg about — a ' sta...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. NEWCASTLE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869

TELEGRAPHIC MRSSApm , NBWOAglL^ i^} fc A'reqnisition, jmnejonsSiJiiKfliffi^ag leen Jre ?ented to Mr. GeonSa:. IHB BlrSdneA to s^ for this city, wbiotje btffbii^ffS to to. Mb address will appeal m ffie-rioTningptpers.— Herald;

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