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PADDINGTON ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
PADDINGTON ELECTORATE. Between thiee and , four hundred eleotors of Pad dington assembled nt the Town Hall, last night, a meeting having' been oallcd by Mr. M Co/ and Mr, Stone, te tske ints consideration the choice of a repre sentative of the electorate in the next Parliament. The chair was ocoupied by Mr. Charles Artlett; and Mr. Stoke moved— 'Tb it Mr. Henry Parkes be requested to contest the electorate..' iuib juuuvu won iiub lavuuruuiy reutivou, jnueea, some time elapsed ; but after urgent solicitation, a seoonder was obtained, and the gentleman who assumed that responsibility, Mr. Doyle, informed the mfaeting, iu'an impartial feut apparently accommodating spirit, that if he-hsd two votes he would record one in favoar of Mr, hdtL.erland and the other ia favour of Mr. Parkes. ' , .JXLT. WILLIAM HEZLETT, *!.!:., Wflfl nOeiVeu W1U1 B rojund of oheers, and, having the following amend misnt in his hands, moved it, viz.:— 'Tlut ia the opinion of 'this meeting the Hen.. John Sutherlan...
MR. S. C. BROWN AT NEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
MR. & O. BROTgW Af NEWTOWS. A meeting of eleoton,-bf Vewtowiyns held, last evecug, in (ha TowntlBu,', to hear an iddrcsa t tea Mr, J|^O. Brown, thtirtlat* tepreaentative, aad a can-], diwe far re eleotion. She chair wM taken by ttaj Mtipiof Newtown, IJre hall was crowded. ' TheCaAiBMAir itldthe advertissment calling the' meeting. He then called on Mr. Biom to address the GteOvOTB.' ' -? ' - ' r '^ ' ? ' MrrBSbwK then oame forward, ffld eaid heliad now a twofold duty to perform— to explain his oondaot in the past live years, And to ais.tneir eonrages lor tne coming election. The late Parliament was eitoted at -the end of 1861. The tariff of the Martin Govern 'menVwM'reJISlea; snathe Bbnie^TCB dissolved. When the new Parliament met, the Ministry was,. defeated by a majority of 44. to 14, on an amendment moved by Mr. Oowper. Previoas to that, an' amendment was moved in favour of State aid, Against that he (Ur. Brown) voted, as he had consistently opposed fill attempts to reimpo...
Shipping. ARRIVALS-November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
Ikjipjutlg, ARRIVAL*.— November 2a City of Brisbane, steamer, 500 tone, Knight, from Brisbane 18th instant, taasengere— Mrs H'Kay, Major Heywood, Messrs. J, B. Watt, AT. H. Srocm, A. 0. Hewlett, and 10 in the steerage. A.S.N. Co. agents. Hanterysteamer, 616 tons, (Hide, from Merimbula 19th instant. Passengers— Mrs, Polaok and family, Messrs. Darcy, Polaok, Hillary, Adams, and 1 in the eteersge. I.K.N. Co, agents. '?'?' ' DEPABIXJEESL— HoveniW 19. Centurion, ship, for London. Oolonist, schooner, for New Caledonia. Bernioa, barque, for New Caledonia, via Wollon OLEABANCE3.-lTov6mbM 19. , Stephen Bishop, schooner, 295 tons, Foots, for Hongkong. ? ? Eenny Nicholson, barque, 285 tons, Smith, fcr Hobart Town. Helena and Henrietta, barque, 439 tons, Deterdinft for Hongkong. IMPOSTS— November 26. , Citv of Brisbane, steamer, from .Brisbane: 82 bales wool/Gilohrist, Watt, and Co ; 66 bales wool, More, head and Yoang ; 57 tales wool, Mort and Co.; 40 bales wool, Fanning, Griffiths, and Co ; 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
*t about Half loo flaitoray Rates, jr wm JBott-Btwet— 7, S 11, 1, 3, 5. ttoaW wrattitti— 6 6D. 7.30, 9. 11, 1, 3, 5. Calling »t Hunter's Hill, Gladesville, See Point Byde, Newuietcn, Ennicgton, Subiaoo, -Ohildren— fialeon return, 6d. only. SffT TTMii? Q^'™ ''* MIEE HVKtJtB. THIS SATURDAY SIGHT, at 11, the MQRPETH, SSWOABftB TO STOKEy. IhB MOEPEXH, on TUESDAY MORNING, at 10, ; ? JT J. TH'GKifi, K&nafW, ? Offioos, loot rf Market -Hirsul. jgi^R^. X STEAM KATOAffliOH COS^ TO HUNTEU BIVSR. G0LLAROY, Monday Morning, at 7. TO MELBOURNE. OIT? OF ADELAIDE, Tuesday Afterco-n, at 4.80. Fs«a- Cabin, £8; return, £5 10a ; Sskwjs £6;§| return, £10; Steerage A 10b, TO AUCKLAND Stesmer early. Taking Passengers aai Cargo for si: 1V.« Forte in the North*™ Island. TO BRTSBAWE. 0ITY OF BRISBANE Tuesday Afternoos, at C. TO MARYBOROUGH BLACK SWAN, on or about Wednesday, 1st Deo ember. TO BOCKH&MPTON. EGMONT, Wednesday A.fterocon, st 6. FBKDBj H, T&OiatHY.. Kiw«ui. . &?&...
Police Proceedings-This Day. WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
Polioe Procftedkigs— This Day. WATER POLIOE OOUttT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate,) One drunkard was punUhed. Nioholae Sorton was charged with having used tbrfatening laBRuageJ.to«Tard»1 William Nash, viz, ?' l'Uchop your b ? y head off,' Complunam stated that he wae in his shop, aad .defendant, his next-door neighbour, stated that he.(opmplaiaaa') had npre gented that he (def'fidant) had permitted bad oharao ters to constantly visit his shop. Witness told, him that he had not dune so, bat defendant still ooKtmued to abuse witness, and ultimately used the threatening words complained of. Dsfendant kept an cyeter shop, And tUoWed loose characters to frequent it. HewUhed.to allow thetakesaes to his place through witness'* baok yard, «nd because ot witness's refusal bore ill-will against him. .Defendant was ordered to enter into his owa recognisance, in the sum of £20, and oae surety in £20, to keep the peue for three mecths ; in default, to go to gaol for fourteen nays. ? ' - .....
ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
ADELAIDE. Friday. A new Pastoral Bill waa ibtrdduded into the South Australian Assembly last night, Large reductions are being made in the estimates as they are paeeing through the Committee Of the ABcembiy. — Empire Tenders are called fcr by Goverument for leasirie the Port Wakefield tramway, inoluding traffio' and main tenance. ' Government as yet is undecided as to the osutes to be '. ursueo. with regard to the Northern territory. The oonr market is quiet ; buyers of wheat offer 5s/ ku't holders cat: 5s; 3d.— Herald;-
MELBOURNE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
MKLBODBNE.' .???, Friday Evening,' . Krympelas is a very prevalent distase amongst the patients in tha hospital,. and sUps have b«en taken to lao'ate the euffaren in tents. - - . . -Thfl athletio sports to come off at the Melbourne : Cricket Gtonnd to-morrow, to judge from the number ioiaafeies, will turn out. ene of the most suooeMfal meetingB of ihe ssason. , ??.:.. Business isijuitt, and th* weather is fine.— Empiw , 'Mw.wu.ninHiMw^^iiwwuiV Minium iiam |I|||||||I|| the -Aiismbly, and been- sent to the OouncUi : From returns tabled it appears that in 1880 there iwere. 29,000,000 kiiei of land held far tquariinn pir ;poses, at a rental of £199,000; last year, 1868; the quantity of land held. for the eaue purpose amounted !to 27,000,000 only, at a rental of £174,000. - ' ' , At Portland, to-day, the people there oolebrat«d the thirty-fifth anniversary of the laflding of Mr. Edward Hentr. . . - The markets an unchanged. Castor oil has risen t» 4e. 3d ; the You Yangs, steamer, took 20...
CRIMINAL COURT-Friday. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke) CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
CRIMINAL COURT— Friday. . Frkai Coubi. (Be'fcre his Honor Mr. Justice Oheeke ) OOK8PIEACT TO DIFEiFD Dams Mackinlaj, Patrick Maokinlay, George OBrien, JT^mes Bogers, James Bourke, and Alexander Shawj under remand previous day, were charged with conspiring to defraud the creditors in the Maekinlay Brother*. The aara far IHtn drawn 1a aIabo^ The hearing of the a'ddrees of tfie couaeelfer the defence was postponed until Monday morning, to whioh day the Court was then adjourned, Feoohd Codbt, (Before his Honor Mr.'Jnstice Hargrave.) u FEAODTOENI IHSOLTISOT. Nicholas Stapletbh was indioted for fraudulent insol vency. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Hi. Windeyer, instructed by Mr. E, Fo'rster. , It appf ared that the.prisbner was carrying on busi leas as a, publican. He was indebteS to Meesre, Jirrell and Fetq, arid blhtrsT He realized a eppsider ible portion of his assets, and shortly after sequestrated lis estate, When .asked to aoopunt for the money he ?eceived, le sai...
BRISBANE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
BRISBANE. Friday. Horaman, Inspeotor of Public Aooounta,' wae arrested . . at . . the,, instance of Hilliaid, Sub' collector of Customs at Gladstone, on a ohsrge of lobbing the Coslom-house safe of £400 in notes. The case was pattly heard. Billiard was eutmeqnenrly arrested for embenlinfi; the same Government money, and remanded. ? jux. .r iiu$, uib.'.iibw aiboniBj.ueaenu, twiib iiu conatitqe&tssBzt weft. , ,.-. , - ? . . DaT^d Puljnet, Jate of Bowen, was sentenced to one year's imprisonment for fraudulent insolvenej. Hackett and Brovrue, the former commissioner, and the latter dork, at the Gilbert gold-fields', nave been dismissed.— Herald, .'.??:
WAGGA WAGGA RACES. FIRST DAY.-THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
-.-.. WACrSiWAGGABAOES. .. . ?' FlBST DAT.— TSUESDAK teial SxAEBs,— Bowler's Blue Bonnet 1; Stawattfa MUtb, 2. .:.-.. ?:? . . ? Town- PLAiB.-M«ciliatBr'« Oastonei, 1; Bowler's Valentine, 2. ? : HovJtL EAoi.-Difie's Spanfer, 1. - Varna HApioAP— Mitonoll's Fleur-de-lif, I; Stewari'e Easy John,'2. ... , . . A large attendinoe on the oourae. -.. Seodkd Da*.— Fbidat, Gbabd Staks Hahdioar— DifiVi Snowdrift, 1; Bowlet's Valentine, 2. Tims, 2 minutes 46 seconds. A splendid finish. ,, .. . ? Hubdlk Eaok — Snlliran's Oleaver, 1 ; Macalister's T. B., 2. A ospital race ; the jumping was superb. -Sqoattkeb' Pimsa- -Valentine, 1 ; Maoallster'e1 Albury,2. -,;? ... ? .. , Pbinoh of Walxs Stakes.— Guy's Sparrowhawk, 1; Iliff.'8 Spanker, 2, ' .' Fobbed Haxpioap,— Spanker, 1: Valentine. 2,— Herali
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 November 1869
BIRTHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 1st instant, at her residence, Cleveland-street, Surry Hills, Mrs. Walter C. Pawley, of a daughter. &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 12th instant, at her residence, 242, Liverpool-street East, &nbsp; &nbsp; the wife of J. A. Lyttle, of a daughter. On Sunday, 14th instant, at Newtown, the wife of Mr. John J. A. Hake, of a son. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Newtown, the wife of Mr. James Kishey, of a daughter. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Cypress Cottage, Botany Road, Alexandria, Mrs. George C. Turner, of a daughter. On Monday, the 15th instant, at Bucknell-street, Newtown, the wife of Mr. Joseph Cook, of a son. On the 18th instant, at Lavender Bay, North Shore, the wife of Mr. Edward Brown, of a son. On the 18th instant, at her residence, Sussex-street, Mrs. R. Townsend, of a daughter. On the 18th instant, at her residence, Stanmore Road, Mrs. Charles James Fache, of a so...
BROWN AND STANFIELD'S CONCENTRATORS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 November 1869
BROWN AND STANFIELD'3 CONCENTR4.TOB9 (From tht Btniiqo Independent.) For some years it was pretty generally believed in thin district that toe pyrites comained in the qnartz abonnded io gold, or that at leatt gold escaped with them oat of the eruahing-maohines. Various means were resorted to to o»tch the gold, but all proved futile. Burning the qaarty was found to swallow up all the additional geld obtained, and the next affair tried, the baddle, although a vest improvement, did not turn ont so great ae it wbb expected. Some months ago a new contrivance for saving the pyrites was brought prominently before the public, and las met wiib much success, and become go universally adopted, that a description of it — Brown and Stanfield'g Oonoeatrat -r ? will not be ont of place at the present time, Mee-rs Broun and btacfielil are from California, where these ooneentra'ors are laid to be extersirely used, The machine is Bimple in construction, and is wholly of iron. Every miner understands ...
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 November 1869
MONDAY, KOVEMBEB 22 1869. So muon oontemptaous ridioale has been mixed up with the oommenta upon the late assumptions of Colonial magnates in England, that some of ike remarks of leading numbers of her Majesty's Government and of Parlia ment, at the inaugural dinner of the ' Colonial Society,' in March last, have eeoapod that atteDtion which they seem to deserve. As the incoming mail will, in all probability, bring some farther intelligence on this colonial question, the present appears to be a suitable opportunity of reverting to the sub ject, as tbe expressions of attachment and goodwill to the colonies tend to show that British statesmen, although they might be misled by persons to whom thev erroneously asoribed a representative oha^ raoter, were sincerely desirous of anting in a friendly, jost, and liberal spirit. Mr. Glad stone made some happy allusions to the benefioial ohanges whioh had taken plaoe in the colonial polioy of the British Govern ment einoe the time when — from t...
Diamond Hunting at Mudgee. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 November 1869
Diamond Hunting at Hndgee. The Wcrbnrton oorrsapondent of the Western Post gives the following;— ICr. John ' Boat, ths inventor of ' Eunfn ore separating; machines,' now pitying sBoh an 'imprrtant part in diamond mining, and who has been staying hen for aom* ?? weak* past, manning the surrounding neighbourhood, mfet a few friends at dinner at Mr. 0 Druooll'e Hotel, oe Monday, the 15th inttast After jostioa bad been dons to the good things proTided, Mr. Hunt said, before I leave the dumond district, which will be to-morrow, I beg to thank you itorjthe f anilities afforded me in examining-the various placee predoeins gold and diamonds. Doting the last .hree weeks I have been over ground enough to oonvince ' me that the finding of either gold or diamonds is not oonfined . to isolated spots; bat I would not have the public believe that they can come here and pick up either merely by stooping for it Although some diamonds have baen fonnd by washing river sand with a tin dish; and other i...