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Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Insolvency Court— This Bay* 8UESEISDHBS. George Lay ton, of Kewtown, Government clerk, Oaueas of insolvency: Pressure of creditors, Lia bilitice, £886 2i Sd. Assets, £85. Deficiency. £351 2s. 3d. Official assignee, Mr. J. F, Mackenzie.' Provisional sequestration of tlio estate of Richard Collier of Ready Greek, seer B!an»y, farmer, upon the petition cf the Australian Joint 3'osk Bank. Diy lo show cause, November 25. Official assignee, Mr. J, P. Mackenzie.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Falashas, or Abyssinian Jews. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

TheFalashas,or Abyssinian Jews St. Falevy, to whose expedition to Abjesieia we have frequently referred, has pablithed a cost interest ing at'd important account of hiB journey, which is i8-ue(J as o 'trarjeaction' of tbe Fretch Geogrnphical Society, An instigation icto tba cosdition, oaftoros, and c efd of that singular people, the Fakehss or Jes-irh AbyssiniaDs, was the moin object of his ex poditisn, Tbe district in which the; rebide, it appesrs, has long remained a blank space on our maps. He fonnd a tew hermit?, who iseda a vow of celibecy after havine lost their wives, as abf olntft cele&ccv fa rttacieii by the Falaebns as by all other Jews. Tbo Falashce, thongh resembling Clriatisn Abyesinians in dress and other malterj, sra 6toutar and darker than th?y. Their eyei are less diloled, and (heir faces shorter. They are eingn Iftily like a deist tribe of P gaii origin residing in tbe country, and they speak aa A gnu dialect called Fleshins, or Kailina. In this langusge th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Shooting Lover [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Another Shooting Lover ? The shooting of young ladies by disappointed lovers has become a popular orime. An affair of this kind took place last Thursday eveniDg at Minneapolis, in Minaeesta. A joune lady of very prepossessing appearaace, named Alice Ferguson, who had been engaged at sewing at the Nicollet, House, had unconsciously won Uo affections of a. ;oatig man named Anthony Ceohrane, a bricklayer. The young man »as very ardent, bat unfortunately bis love was not returned. Be propose! aud was reieeted. The cold ness and indifference of the yetrog hdy drove him almost frantic. Bi» attentions amounted to psrsecH tioa, end greatly snnojtd the young lady, whs is not only very bsautifui, but as good aa she is lovely. She had reasoned ogain and again, with her unreasonable admirer, until her patience was abopt evhau&ted. On Thursday evening he again forced himself into bcr roam in the Nicollet House, wfeere sbe ?s&t sewing, sad sgain urged his suit. Again he was refuse...

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ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

ADELAIDE. Patarday. The railway returns show that the reven&e ia £700 less than the expenditure einco the period when the Government took the management of the traffic department. The corn market ie firmer, owing to 'he news by tho Penang, from San Francisco. 5a, 7id. has been offered for wheat, but tellers ask more money; flour, £12 to £14.-Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MELBOURNE. Saturday. The races were well attended to-day. The weather wes msgnifioent, and the racing good. The All-aqed Biases, Charon ... ... .„ 1 Traverton ... ... ... 2 Peeress ... ... ... 8 The other bones were all scratohed. The Oases Kestrel ? 1 Lily ... ? 2 FairEUen ? 8 Thb V. E. C. Handicap. Lapdogr . ... ... ... 1 BirJohn ... ... ... 2 Phcebe ... ? S Thb Steefuohase. Beindeer ... ... ... 1 Babbler ? 2 Tbb Qdees's Plate. Oharon ... ... ... 1 Warrior ... ... ... 2 Strop ... ... ... ... 8 This was a magnificent race, aad won by a ueok. A proteEt for jost'.ing was enteted in favour of Strop. The Fbee Handicap, Albany ? 1 Poison ... ... ... 2 Norman ... ... ... 3 There is no business doing,— Empire. H.M.8. Challenger cleared the Heada at sunrise. TheCrazjtte oontains the official despatches with respeot to tbe Melbourne Mint, and declares that Vic torian covereigns are a legal tender throughout the British empire, In tbe Supreme Court, Mr, Harris recovered...

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DIARY.-NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

DliEY.— Novekbkb 8. Bun ftu M«oa Moon High Wstaf' 8:.^ S;ta Blew, 66te. ywB. , a^ k ra Ilim, I h.m. I fe.m. I h,m. I h m, 4.55 [ 6 33 i8 42arn. 1 10,2p.m | 11,7 I 11.29 Seftehbeb — Firs'. Quarter 11th 11. 0.4m. p -a.

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A PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

A PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAIT. Bubbington is a gent'emin of dignified aspect, portly and pompous, who speaks with the air of an orasle, and mouths his uiteranoes like an eminent tra gedian. A person of wonderful volubility of tonguo; of never-ending resources of talk. He would have been a very great man as an open air pareon, or a Mormon prophet, for his eloquence is at once of the tub-thumper and of the Jos Smith kind. It is dictatorial, conclusive, absolute; and he who is mad enough to think it in conclusive, aad but the m?n froth of words, must indeed be a feol -in our friend's opinion. Ha belongs to the Opposition, acd does good service; for, when obstruction waxes neat, he it is who is prepared vitU a torrent of words, and a cage of utterances to eko out the tinu. He is the aocarsed of the reporters, the baled of the Oaa'.rman of Committees, t*30 .abhorred of all honorable members of regular habits, It is by the rettlesa thirsters for place and salary that he is regarded na indeed a...

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JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

JnnT Codet. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four.) HIKION V, BELL, Mr lone?, instructed by Mr. Driver, for tho plain tiff; Mr. Butler, instructed by Messrs. Holdsworth and Brown, for the e'efendsnt, Jury.— Messrs. Joseph Gillam, Forbes-street, Sydney; James Gould, Canterbury ; Joseph Gould, Dake-etaeet, Sydney ; and Morris Neleon, Wjnyard equare, Sydney. 'In this action the plaintiff, William Hiflton. who is a butcher, carrying on business at Camperdown, cues James Bell, bIbo of CampeielowD, grocer, to recover damagei for an alleged slander. The expressions complained of, and eet foith. ia the decimation, were to the effcOt that the plaintiff bad ?' fetched home a dead, putrified man, cut him up, and cold him for but.' Two handled pounds damages were claimed. The de fendant pleaded not guilty. It appears that in the boroughs of Oaraperdown and Cook patty feeling iuus high with, reference to municipal matters, atderraamc elections, tne proposed annexation of the ...

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New South Wales Parliament LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, November 5. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Uew 0ottf& Utofes pMavmi LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Feidat, November 5. 1869. Mr WALKER asked the Colonial Treasurer— Are the Government taking — or do they intend taking— any etep3 to remedy the inconvenience to trade and tbe general public, is the refusal of the banks and others to receive in payment the defaoad and wom silver ooinage at present in oireulation ? Mr. SAMUEL said a similar question wss put te him. by the hon. Bomber for Illawarra (Mr. J. Stewart) on the lBt of laet month. The Government had taken steps to remedy the evil. , Mr, DODDS, as a formal motion, moved— For' leave to brie? in a bill to enable the trustees of certain Church lands st Maitland to appropriate tbe income derivable flora the sime for tbe benefit of the Presby-' terias congregations of Mainland Hut and ilaitlaad West, and to confer extended powers of leasing on the trustees, and for other purposes. The motion was carried. Mr. DODDS afterwards brought up the bill, which was read a firat time. Mr....

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Supreme Court-This Day. BANOO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of fear) BLACK V. BAYLEY AND OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day. Bamoo OecHT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of fear ) BUCK V. BATLET AND OTHEBS Hr. Salamons and Mr. 0. S. Harming, instructed by«Messrs. Levy and Da Litssa, for the plaintiff ; Sir. Dwley, Mr. Davis, and Hr. Piloher, instructed by Mr.T. B. Watson, for the defendant. Jury: Messrs. Oivid Bobinson (Gale, St. Leonards ; West Gleadow, merchant, Booth-Btreet, Balmain; Samuel Gould, Ooean-rtreet-, Woollahra; and John Henry Hoare, 385, George-street, Sydney. This is an aotion in which the plaintiff, one John Black, sued Messrs. Marshall Bayley and James Frederick Robert Korff, and John Hamilton, who are the managing directors of the Aerated Bread and Bitdnit Company, to reoover damage;, for certain nuisances oaosed by their steam machinery to tne plaintiff, who oconpiei & house in the vicinity of the manufactory. Toe declaration stated that the plaintiff was in the occupation and possession of premiers situate in Hamilton-st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

TATTEBSALL'S HOTEL, 80S, PITT-8TRKET, SYDNEY. (SIGHT OV TBS BIX LAMM.) ] WILLIAM JOHN O'BBIBN, PBOPBIKTOK, TEI ABOVE OLD-ESTABLISHED AND £ FAVOTJB1TB H08TELBUS, having undergone ? } thorough renovation, and having had extenBiye alter*- { tuns and improvements added thereto, is now bb com. ( gMe in noy department u any Hotel in th» Southern t Hnusphera, p The erdugment of the magnifioent apartment dedi eatedto the nee of TATTBBSALL'S CLUB and tbt AOSTBALIAN JOCKEY OLUB, has leoently been I ?onpletad, its dimensions being 46 feet bj 27 fret, and thk admits of the LONG ROOM, 50 feet by 20 feet, formerly occupied by TatfenaU's Club, being thrown ?pen to th* general pnblio for the futon, i The SPLENDID BILLIABD BOOM is under the ( superintendence of Mi. Thomas Farnell, of Kissing I Point, the only man in the colony who marked for t Bdherts, the Champion Billiard Player of the World, t When he visited New South Wales. The nigh oh» p netenrhieb.Mr. Fenull bai eebCbUshed foi himeelf J iunng...

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Coroner's Court.-This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Coroner's Court — This Day* The City Coroner held an inquest at the Sf, Peter's Hotel, gr, Peter's, this osorning. on the body of an infant, named Annie Louisa Miller, lying dead at tbe residence of its parents, Campbell-street, St. Peter's. James Ebenezer Miller 'deposed that he is a woo} washer. Deceased w&s his child, aged eight months; She had been delicate einoe her birth. Witness' wife nursed the child for about eight days, when her mind became der&Bged, and upon the certificate of a medical gentleman ehe was sent to the Lunatic Asylum, where ehe remained five months. Daring that time deceased was nursed at the ; Benevolent Asylum, for which witness paid 60. per week. De ceased beoame ill, and witness tpoke to Dr. Benwick about her. The dootor said the illness was oaused by weakness. The woman who was Eureiog deceased was suckling her ewn child at the same time. About a week after witness' wife r. turned home be brought the child home; She then appeared healthy...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS.-November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

IWpptng* ARRIVALS.— November 6. Lady Young, steamer, 425 tons, Milman, from BrUb»ne 3rd iuetaBt A.S.N. Co., agents. November 7. LaHogue, ship, 1331 tons, Goddatd, from Plymouth 6th. Auguet, Passengers— Mr. and Mrs, Bonsr, Master Bonar, ana sarvant, Mrs. Bias, Misses Baas (2), Masters Btas (2), infant, and servant. Miss A. H Hurray, Miss E. M. Manning, Mr. and Mra, David Buchanan, Mies Buchanan, Mrs. F. Baine, and servant, Ur. A. F.Doyle, Mr. Heele, Dr. and Mrs. Jones, Miss M. Martin, Mies Edwards, Mies Shipway, Mr. Collier, Mr. ani Mrs. Keigblcr, and 2 ohildren, Mr. and i£ts. White and infant, Mrs, Harvey, and 17 in the intermediate. Gilohrist, Watt, and Co., agents. -Tnn Ymsra. steamer. 478 tens, Clart, from Mel bourne, vi* Twofold Bav. Passengers— Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Hillier, Mrs. Oole, Mr«. Wilkine, Mrs. Allan, Mrs, Oarrett, Mies Garrett, Messrs. Alias, Potter, Young.Buehenowe.Elleny, Wilmott, Shaw, Gordon, Murray, James, and 80 in the steerage. W. H, Smith, agent. Auekland, steame...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

*»fc5L TT B. N. B, N. 0 O iBi ff^mf SYDNEY TO THE HOHTBB. THIS MONDAY OTGHT, at 11, the OITY 0 HBWOftBTLE HBWOAOTLH 10 SYDOTY. The MOBPETH, TO-MOBEBW, TUESDAY MO El ING, at 10, F J. THOMAS, Manager, Offiota, loot el ffiartoUtntt. dJiJ^ fTHB AUSTBA.LASIA1 IHSSrI^. X STEAM NAVKrATION COM IfflffijggSgLPANT'S BTBAMBHIP&— TO HUNTER BI7SB. COONANBiEA, To Morrow Night, Taesday, at 11. TO MELBOURNE. RANGATIRA, Wednesday Afternoon, at 4,80 Stat*— Saloon, £8; return £10; Btowagfj, £1 10s, TO AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND, Monday Afternoon, at 6, Takinj Passengers and Cargo for all tha Ports is th Northern Island. TO BRISBANE. LADY 1OTJNG, Wednesday AfternooB, at 5. TO MARYBOROUGH. BLAOK SWAN, about Wednesday, 17th inetant, a 5 p.m. TO BOOKHAMPTON via GLADSTONE. EGMQNT, This Afternoon, Monday, at 5. tfBEDK, H, TROUTON, Msnapr. A.S.N, Oc.'s Wharf, Sueax-Etiect, «£&&. TIT^S™11* EMPIRE, foi JffllffllW. T» LONDON.— SAILS on vViJD SEBESi NESDAY Jioit, 10th inEUnt. Hai ??^??aassss'* spl...

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

MONDAY, KOVEMBER 8. 1869. The recurrence of tho birthday of the Prinoe of Wales, in celebration of whioh the city holds holiday to-morrow, suggests more than odc topio for consideration peculiarly interest ing at tbe present time. As to the expe diency or otherwise of setting apart this day as a holiday, it appsars to us that the whole question was dealt with in the remark of the Colonial Secretary on Friday, that the people had 6et their minds upon it, 'and would not forego it whether the Par liament met for the transaction of basi ness or not. There is something far more important in the consideration how mnoh of the implied homage of this celebra tion is really due to the personal merits of the exalted individual in question. The heir apparent has now attained his twenty-eighth year, and has already taken upon himself many of the aotive eocial duties of the regal slate. Ocoupying so oonspiouous a position, with tho eyes of all society upon him, it can exbite no surprise that whis...

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Commercial, Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

Coutnurctai, Mondav. 4 am. Business is very dull indeel, and complaints general from every branch, In breadetuffs there is literally nothing doing; holders evioeiog a decided disposition to quit upon eisy terms, even at reduced rates, without any, on the part of speculators to meet them. For th6 beet description of flour, either imported or of lo:al manufacture, £15 would be accepted for large or email lota. 7t is the quotation for Adelaide wheat, but it is nominal. Maize is alco dull of sal* at 4s to 4s Id, 4s 10d, is tho price this morning in Melbourne as advised by telegram Barlcya remain at 2» 91 to 3s for Caps, 3s 9d to 4s for English; bran, 14d to 151 per bushel; hay (Hunter Biver) is in full supply, and ofiVed at £2 to £3 for oaten.- £2 to £2 10s for prime ; straw, £1 10b to £2 10b In Melbourne a late telegram states thore is great abundanoe, and it cannot be sold ' at tiny price ' Potatoes aro 6s to 7s per owt In farm produce there are no changes to report. Fowls are 2a 6d t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 8 November 1869

BIRTHS. On the 5th instant, at her residence, York cresent, Petersham, Mrs . George Richardson, of a daughter,   On the 28th October, at her residence, Richard-street, New- town, Mrs J. A. Plummer, of a daughter. On the 31st October, at her residence, Roberton Park, near Berrima, Mrs. R. H. Roberts, of a son. On the 3rd instant, at her residence, Wesleyan school, Castle- reagh, the wife of Mr. S. Roseby, of a daughter. On the 5th instant, at her residence, Burwood, the wife of Mr. M. W. Carr, of a son. On the 5th instant, at 35, Prince-street, the wife of Captain Banks, of a daughter. On the 6th instant, at her residence, St. John's Road, Glebe, Mrs. W. G. Broadhuret, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 3rd instant, at 73, Yurong-street, Sydney, by the Rev. J. Sharpe, Mr. John Thomson, of Sydney, to Miss Phœbe Woodford, daughter of Mr. Samuel Woodford, of Rockhampton. Rockhampton papers please copy. On the 4th instant, by special license, at St. Mary's Temporary Cathedral,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

OOSSINI FESTIVAL. CHORAL BEH&A.RSAL. in Et Msry's Seminary, THIS EVENING, at 8. Mr. CORDSTEE partieH. larly requests a FULL ATTENDANCE. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. — No. 56 DIVISION SONS OF TEMPKBAN0E will bold their Monthly Publio MEETING on KRIDiY. the 12th November, in the Presbyterian Sohoolroom, Palmer-street. Chair ts be taken at 8 o'clock p.m. F. THORNTON, BS. mESTIMONIAL TO W. WILKIKS, Jieq. JL — Sabsoribera to theabova are hereby informed tbat the PRESENTATION will take plaseat the Model Public School, Fort-street, on SATURDAY, 13 in ostant. Chair Id be taken at II o'olook. ._J ? F. BRIDGES, Secretory to Committee. 'VTEW SOUTB WALES OPERATIVE l^i bakers' association. A MEETING. of the above society will be held at Binchy's Hotel, B.thnraUtreet, on SATURDAY, tbe 13lh November, at half-past 7 o'clock p.m. Business; To make final, arrangements. All members are re quested to be present, W. M'JIDRRIOH, Secretary. WE, tbe undersigned, reeidentB of tbe town of West MaitlsE-d, have ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

The result of the analysis of water from the Eneg gera Reservoir, mar Brisbane 'by Professor Smith, of the Sydney Univeuity, shows that it is good and wheletome for all purposes. A m«'n n»m'ed Bailey was found deid in Boeenthal Greek, Warwick dittriot, Queensland, on the the 30tb ultimo. There was ? knife |jing oloae to the body, and tbe throat appeared hfhavebeen bnt. Ah inquiry in npndino1. ? ^ In passing aentenoe on a man aimed .'Job Short, oonviotcd at ibe Eoma Disttiot Court, Queonelaad, of horse- stealing, the Jadge (Blakeney) told the prisoner that to his knowledge he had been for years the. terror of every honeet man is the district of Daley. :that during the time he (the Judge) Maided in that district bo man bxe a more infamonB character, and having lately been hunted by the aotivity of the polioe out of that part of the oountry, he had taken himself off to Eookhatnpt«n, where, if report was true (what has a Judge on tbe Bench to do with ' report. ?') he became* the associa...

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"FORMOSA." [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

'FORMOSA.' Publio attention in -England seems to have been lately nudh engrossed by a dranatio prodoctien entitled ' Formosa,' from the pen of a very able playwright — Mr. Dion Boncieault— the author of 'After Dark,' aad of other sensational dramas of a high order in tbat jyitticolar line of dramatic effort. If i dramatic writer's skill is to b: eBtimated by tho success of hie p'avs, Mt, B^noicault must be considered bb one of tbe. most skilful that have ever appeared in Eagl&nd or in, any other country. Wherever any of his sensationali plays are performed thousands of people flock sight after Bight, in some eases for months, to witness them; and after being withdrawn for a brief period, they are plaoed on the stage a£sin,iand again they draw immense houses for S Bomber of nights perfectly astounding when compared with the ' run' of any other plays whatever. We have witnessed the success of ?? After Dark' in Sydney. It bad the longest run of all the pieces that have been pla...

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