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ELECTION BUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 November 1869

BLiOnON SVM0VB8. Nswoastls.— Mr. Greorge A, Lloyd fcas consented to come forward for tbe representation of Newcastle He is a free trade candidate, is in favour of the present system of education and immigration, with railway extension by private enterprise, to be subsi dixed by lud grants along the lines. Nobtbdmbk»xA!id.— Mr. Joseph Ward, Mr. F, I. Shaw, and Dr. Brookes are candidates tor the represen tation ef this county Mr. Ward, a: 8 supporter of the Rebertson Government, would view with d is treat any attempt to alter or modify tbe Publio Soboeli Act, and is in favour of retrenchment. Dr. Brookes is in favour of Tri-nnisl Parliaments, the existing aystsm of education, and tilt finaeoial eohems of Mr, Samufll. Mr Shaw will resist any attempt te mak« the Pablio Sohools Act more eeotarian, and is rppoeed to ftd valorem duties, Wbst Sydney. -Mr. W. B. Campbell haa notified hie intention of coming forward again aa a candidate. West Macquabib.— Mr. B Driver ie again in thi field for...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 November 1869

TmLEOTv/EATfi OF EAST SYDNEY TO GEORGE KING, Esq. So, - Having tbe greatest oonfidenoe in your ability to represent the Sleotorate ot East Sydaey in the eosuing Parliament, we have te request that you «U1 allow yourself tto be nominated as a caniidatejiBd we pledge ouraelvea to ua» every endeavour to aeou* your return. .-??.. ?' A Tour obeiient servants, i B. Molineaux John Young I J. 6. Willis W. O Gilohrist I Edwd. Knox '? B. Campbell JacebL Monteflore BiehudPeek John Williasa J, Mileon, junior H, S. Bird Alexander Thomson Thomas Skinner - James W. Johnson J. V. Barnard John & Gosling Fied. Ebsworth W. Ohatfirid A. Mitchell O. T. Gedye W. a. Macken aie, junior James Taylor EdwsrdVOhapman W TeaU Thee. Ojwlishaw G. & Oaird George E. Crane Arthur T. Holroyd Benjamin Baohanan N. Herbert' Thioeb; Bobert Gilillan B. Borne W. D. Stewart P. N. Trebeok Ihomas Skinner B. Jones, junior 0. B. Ebsworth B. Peel tiaymond G. P. Blade 8. Oharles.Want . J. P, Boxbnrgh Thomas Hawkins...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 November 1869

BIRTH. On the 5th instant, at 24, South Head Road, the wife of J. N. Wilby, of a son, which survived four hours.   MARRIAGES. On the 18th instant, at St. Phillip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Canon O'Reilly, Thomas William, third son oF John Jones,   Esq., late of Jesus College. Oxford, England, to Charlotte Sophia, second daughter of Mr. William Dundas Bayliss, of Hamilton- street, Sydney. On the 8th instant, at St. James's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. G. C. Bode, John Joseph, second son of the late J. J. Ashe, Esq., of Bathurst, to Martha Jane, youngest daughter of William Peisley, Esq., of Darlinghurst, Sydney. DEATHS. At her residence, Sydney street, Musclebrook, after a short illness, the beloved wife of Mr. Hugh McAuley, in the 50th year of her age, leaving a circle of sorrowing friends. At Elderslie, near Camden, Philadelphia, the beloved wife of     James Hilder, aged 53 years, leaving a husband, large family, and numerous c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

Department of Lands, Sydney, 19th November, 1809. 4 PPROAOHING LAND SALES. PDBLIO attention is called to the Sales of Grown Lands, to take place at tbe following peaces, and on the dates epeoeifled— viz,: Albury, Bega, Berrima, Boorowa, Oarcoar, Dubbo, Orenfell, Gundaeai, liaitland, Moruja, Murrurandi, Masolebrook, Nel ligen, Orange, Part Macouarie, Rylstone, Scone, St Albane, Strand, Tenterfield. Tumat, Wagga Wagga, Warialda, Wellington, West Kempeey, Wollombi, and Young, on MONDAY, tbe 29th November, 1869; asd Albery, Bega, Carcoar, and We.t Eempsey, on TUESDAY, the 30th November, 1869. WILLIAM FORSTER. Department ef LandB. Sydney, 19th November, 1869. . PAEISH E0AD3 AND STREET. NOTICE is hereby giyen, ia oonformity with the provisions of the Aot, 4th William IT., No, 11, tbat no objections having bem made to the proposed opening of the Parish Boafa and Street mentioned in the annexed schedule: Hie Excellency the Governor, with, the advice of the Executive Council, has been please...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JACK LOUDEN, O[?] LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

JACK LOUDEN, OE LIFE IN THE BUSH. When he bad finished bis meal, be stretched him celt befora the hat. sod in a comfortable posture awaited the ret urn of thesbepberd ; nor did be clir from the pUoe until the sonni of the bells and the barking of the dog announced the arrival of the fleck. From this moment Hitler's duties commenced. Without takiig any further notice of li« g°es', be want to meat the Sack and drive it into the vard. Here be remained daring the ni;ht is a small guoyab of bark, and was answerable for the safety oftto fljck nntil morning If an; sheep were lost during - be night through bis negligeRce, the valoe was deducted bom his wage*, aboat £20ay«ar. If tbeehepberd lost any daring the day, be had to pay. When the sheep had toco conoted, and the shepherd bad seen them driven safely ii.te the yard, he sauntered slowly towards tbe hot. He halted when he caugbt sight of the new arrive1, ef whose coming he bad already gained intelligence from tbe but-keeper. He aorntiBis...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

LADIES' ILSDMCLOTHING MA.MJ FAOTOBY, 37A, ftBd S9 EBSKINE-STBEET, WYflYABD-EQTJABB. The attentiou of Ladies is particularly invited to tbe following droieoj novelties: — The indUn nightgown, .53 lid The Indian chemise, dispensing with slip bodice, 10s 6d to 14s 6d The Indian crinoline, 10s 6d Tfce above are bi ecially adapted for the summer tnentha of tbisclimate. Bridal petticoat?, 30s, SSs, 42?, 64s, Hsrcclla pelisses, 8s lid to 50s Marcella overalls, 10s 6d, to 18s 6d All the above on band, or made to order at the same prices, We beg respectfully to impress npon ladies th»t we Bell no Eaglisb-madP garments, Oar stndy it to produce evsry garment tbat can be made iu tbe colony, and we guarantee to sell a better article of onro*n make at one-half the price cf impcrted goods. Ladies are respectfully solicited to pr.y a visit cf inspection to verify tbe above statements, and b- their patronage enoonrage colonial industry. Note the address — Ladies' Underclothing Matjnfaetory, 37Aaod 3...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

A ' gentlemanly ' individual, who is described ae clerk in a Geelong bonk, giving the Dame of John White, was arrested at Melbourne, on the evening of the 18th, on a charge of attempting to obtain money by false preteaoM, It appears tbat, prior to the late Melbourne races, he invested varieus sums en the different horses, eending cheques for £20 from Geelong to several bookmakers in Melbourne for them to lay oui for him, Tbe cheques were drawn in the name of WiIsoB,-od were ptet-dated. .None of the.horees he backed, however, won, acd accordingly, when the cheques were presented fer payment by the book makers, they iswre returned marked 'no account.'* The prieocer was subsequently released, upon giving bail to the amount of £500; but he will appear at the City Court to tnswer the charge. The Biteb Bitten.— We learn from Melbourne papers received last night, that at the last meeting of the Benevolent Aeylum, the superintendent reported that an inmate namod Mary Ann Young, sged 92 year...

Publication Title: Evening News
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Bablow job Dehisoh Ward,— A meetiog of tho friends and supporters of Mr. John Barlow, favourable to his eandidatnre as an alderman to represent Denison Ward, was held la«t evening at tke BurrangoDg Hotel, George end Hay streets, The room waB orowded by influential citizens of tke ward. Mr, Bergin was voted to and occupied the chair. The chairman opened the fie said he had no hesitation in recommending Mr. Barlow to the favourable consideration of the electors, for he was a very old resident in the ward, and was personally known to kim for five and twenty years. He was the sort of man they wanted to repreeent them; betides being wealthy, being also an aotive, inergttic, and enterprising citizen, He Ohe chairman) had nothing to say against (he retiring alderman, who had held the offioa for ia long time. But he thought the citizens would agree with him, that they might be better served by having a younger and more active representative (Oheere.) Mr. W, William son ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

Thb approaohlng municipal elections for the oity of Sydney suggest the expediency or oalliug tke attention of the citizens, and of their present and expectant Aldermen, to the chief purposes of municipal government. A t the present time, as compared with a period sot remote, there aro grounds for congratu latisg the oitiEons on the march of improve ? merit. Daring some few years past there has bees exhibited a degree of vigour and con sideration which was previously wanting in the management of ciyio affaire. It is evident that the choice of the citizens has raised to aldermanio honours some meu who, by oapaoity for business and integrity ef purpose, havo proved themselves worthy of the confi dence repesed in them. We arc not about to enter on the task of oomparing one with another those who have been plaeed in the City. Council, so as to ascertain which of them do, and which do not, oome up to tbis description, Oar object is rather to chow tbat tae impertance or tbe poBition of Ald...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

GENERAL SOMMAEY. London, Ootober 8. me Auetraiian August mails were delivered punctually: The Queen is still in Scotland, and has presented a bust of herself, executed by the Prinaees Loui«a, to the Eoytl Academy. Tho PrinccES of v^ales rstnreed from WelsbaJ after eight weeks' eejourn; her aooouohment is expected early in Deofmberj the Prices and Prineiss visit tho Emperor Kcpoleon at St. Clond. Mr. -jr!adetone has been in attecdance on her ittajtsty at Balmoral; hit health is improved. Tne Duke of Cambridge has teturnrd from Germany and resumed his duties, after an attaekof gont. Ths question 'What ought to be the legal and constitutional relations between England sad her Colonies ' was discussed at », sitting of the Social Science Congreee.JMr. Brutoe being the president. Sir Stafford Northojte. who occupied the ohair en the occasion, remarked in his opening nddrcEB, that he took the chair with the dietisot undeistsnding that, the eubjeot before the Ceunoil was not to Igobbu but t...

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ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

ELEOI20N BUM0UR8. East Stdhbt.— Mr, William Cover, of Sony Hills, has OEnounoed hia intention of earning forward. Tbb Laohlin. — Mr. Edward Grenlle ie a candidate. Nbw Enqlakb.— Mr. 0. T. Weaver is a candidate . foe election. Mi Alexander Black informs the con btituene; that. the negative course pursued at a meeting of electors on Friday night in sot appointing a ohair- man, end in neitner amrming nor denying- its tupporc to hie proposed candidature in the usual manner, by lesolution, prompts him to inform them that he can' not, in euoh ciroumetanoes, become a candidate for their suffrages, ? - TsNTEKriEtD. — Dr. Fraeer intends to come forward for Tenterfield. Kceihtjmbkblabd.— Mr. Ward's address to the electors of Northumberland appears in another column. Thk Bastiicqi -It is possible that Mr. E. B, Smith will etaod-for the Haatiogi, having been promised influential support by a large body of the electors. Mr, Smith will, it he comes forward, stand independently of either party in ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

AERIVAL OF IHE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. The branch steamer Alexandra, from King George's Sound, with the English mails per R.M.S. Malta, to Ootober 8th, arrived at Adelaide this morning'. (.From Ihe Htnld't Supplement.) Adelaide, 6,80 a,m, The A.8.N. Company's branoh mail Blfiamer Alexandria, Oaptain Grainger, arrived off Qflto/Hg at 6.30 this morning: The down nuinm tn th» SmnH oooupied 111 hours, and the n, passage 122ioorsi The E.M 3. Malta, Capt iiii 6k. Howe, reached tbe Sound at midnight on the 17th instant; she left Chtlle on 9th November. Mr. Carpenter, purser. TheGeelong left the Sound for Galle on tbe 16th instant Pasbenqebs Feb MixTi.,— Par Sydney: If re, Skottowe, Commander Murray, K.N , Mrs. Towns and two daughters, Mr. and Mre, Hofihung, T. Williamson, W. B. Tooth, E. a Bedlone, S. Watt, A. Walker, H. P. Barber, 3. Boohford. For Melbourne: Colonel Thompeon, B. Millar, W. E. Dillon, 6. D. Thomas, G. Bolls, W. H. Trcup, Stanin, C. Watson, Mrs. Wala new, 'j. P. Soott, By...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. TAMBAROORA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

TELEOMPHIO UE&SJ.QE8, TAMBAEOOEA. Monday. ? Hi«s Isabella Mary Loniea U'Leu, twenty-one jekisjold, was accidentally killed on Fdday, the Uth insf&t,1)y tfce-»pEifiiigof 8«art she. was driving. - It is surmised that the hone bolted andotpeizsd the cart Her body wss fonnd aeout ten feet distant Iran the cart, bife was quite eztinot, with mark* of eevsre kmisAMflVfliA aIisci^ «ia/iV iitiJ !V\1I*w_KnnA Rka Wast ? Mftt*«*«B v*i.-*»*w «a«way imfcifc, «ftuv. «nra*au,~i/wAaw* **rm.w 4^'^ buried ob 6nnday, and followed to her grave by an immense oonoourse of people, there being tot less than two hundred horsemen, and a great many vehicles. Although the horse was not dead when the accident was discovered, he only lived two hours. — Herald.

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Coroner's Court, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

Coroner's Court, This Day A Coroner's inquest was ho'.den (this morning), at Blow'n, Commercial Hotel, apon the body of Eobert Hughes.a native rf Wales, who died enddenly yester day, at a boarding 'bouse, No, 18, King-street, kept bj Mie. Meadows It oppesred from the evidenoe of Bobert T-tui a fnll/\«0.]nr?«M* anil of tfrs. \f~AB.r1ntffl. thtx beatut* of the house, thit deceased was about fifty years of age, and was & ehipnato of the former ?.bout two years ego in the Native Law, It eeemed he was a most intemperate man. tt hen he left the vessel in whioh he was employed ho would draw bis salary and spend it all in drink. Duiitg the last fortnight he was crank daily, On Eucday he was noisy and talfctttve, aud remained in bed drunk as usual until night, apparently labouring under delirium treaicns, aEd conceiving upon tbe occasion 'hat a man end woman wtre in the yard. He did cot eleep, but kept UUing to him-clf all Sunday night. On Monday morning, whan L?s left the honss, dec...

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ARALUEN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

AEALUEB. Monday. The escort left this morning with 15C0 ounces.— Herald.

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Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Murphy.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

Police Proceedings- This Day. CENTRAL P0LI0E OODBT, (Before Mr. Murphy j Feliera Perire, for riotous behaviour, was fined 10s. Lilly Higgios, for a similar offonos, was fined in the same amount, Oharles Langford, on remand, was oharged with ha-ing stolen the sum of £114, the moneys of the tnstees of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows. : Prom the evidence it appeared that the prisoner had t-i-en secretary, to. toe uiaer in sjanej, ana es susn nsea to receive certain oiders for payment of Bcoountu from the President of. the Medioal Board. These, upon presentation to the - trcaenrer, wtre exchangrd for. oheques upon ihe fund lying to the oredit of the' society in the Commercial Bank. AbouUhe X2throf Oflteber last prisoner received a cheque from Mr. M, Ohspman, the treasurer to the fund belonging to the Medioal Board. The cheque was for .the'payment of Uceere. Elliott Brothers' aooount ; bat prisoner paid it into his own credit at the Oity Bank, and never handed the su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRENFEL[?]. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

GBENFBLU Monday Evening. The prospects at Qaoodong are improving. Things are looking v ell at the Two-mile, Three local men are named as likely candidates for the representation of the Southern Gold-fields. A requisition is preparing for one experienced and eompe* tent gentleman.— Empire.

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Centra Criminal Court-This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) RECEIVING GOODS WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

Centra Criminal Court-— This Day (Before his Honor Mr.1 Justice Cheeke.) BBOEITmO GOODS TTITH tBIEBT TO BSPlACD. James Bogers and George O'Brien were indicted for having, on the 2nd August, the estate of Denis and Paerick Maekinlsy being insolvent, received, removed, and conoenled certain goods, part of tho estate ot the sa:d.J-SBis and Patrick Maokinlay, with intent to defraud. I1; ? £riBUUBlo uuaiiueu tiuilp UJ ^nvitUt His HonoB allowed four days. peaubpliht nrso£vBscr. Dsnis Maokinlay was 'hen indioted for fraudulent ineolvecoy. Prisoner claimed four days to plead. Time wes allowed. THS BUSHING OF THB EKOWBIBD. Alexander Shaw w^s indicted for having, ou the 17th July, on board a British «hip called the Hnow bird, the property 'of Denis and Patriok Maokiniay, wilfully and maliciously set fire to the said ship, with intent to prfjuiica the Pacifig Marine Insurano9 Company. ' ' Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Buchanan, imtruoted bv Meters. Gartis and Gannon. Mr....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. ARRIVALS.—November 23. Julis, [?]ner, from B[?]ffle Creek. CLEARNCES—November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

dipping. ABBIVAlS.— November 28. Julia, schooner, from Brffle Cretk. 0LHARAN0E8-, November 23. City c! Hobarr, etsiiaer, S62 ions. Clinch, rcr Hebait Tows. PtEKEgera— Mr. tnd Mrs Tyodali and 6 children, Mrs and Hies Evans, Miss Bieby. Mrs. Litterton, Mr. and Mrs Chamberlain, Master Cham berlain, Ecd 1 in (he sponge. Ktid of Hiverton, ecbcoser, 82 tone, Oock, for New Hebrides. Pa»eeng;re— Mr. J. Underwood, and 2 in the steerage AibhEBsrs-a.-J^, chip, 615 tone, Jacobs, fcr Shanghai, BOTAL WATT, NOTICE. The Mails by the Steamship AYOCA will be olcwcd at the General Post-office on FRIDAY, the fed day of December, 1869, &a follows:— For Begistered Letters, et 3.S0 p.m. let Newspapers, Boots, and Packets, at 6 p.m. Far Unregistered letters, at 9 p m. Letters (as well as Newspapers, BookB, and Packets) pcai*d bci'uie 6 pim. Lst« Letters for the United Kingdom, if the postage and iate fee be fully prepaid by stamps, will be re ceived ob SATURDAY, 4th December, as follows:— At the Ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869

PABBAMATTA AND BlVfll 8TEAHBHB, at »boai Half the Railway Bates. 7m«i Eog-stoei— 7, ? 11, i; 3, 6. Rom P«rtiattt»-6.60. 7.30, 9. 11, 1, 8, & Calling at Hnnter'i Hill, GladeivUle, Mes Fowl ? ChudreaMJatowi return^ * 6d. only. ? aHjaL TOT B. S, 8. N. 0 O ^SBl SYDNEY 10 THB HUNXBBV T0-MOREOW. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, *t U, th MOEPKTH. IWWOABTLH TO BYDKBY. Th» OITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MOEBOW WEDNEBDAY MORNING, at 10. : V J.THOHAS, Manage, O«oai,fotft Martdt-Btrwit. ? «L*y&. ? JT1HI AOSaJKALASIASS MMK^vJ- STRAMHAVIGATIOK OOK «B3^Egjj¥AHT'8 STEAMSHIPS— ' i'''-'-.v ' XO HTJNTBK BTVBB. 000HANBABA, To-Night, Friday at 11. ' ' ? TO MHLBOBSNft WOKGA WONGA, This Aftorno-D, Tuesday, at 4.80 Fane— Oabin, £8; retnrn, £5 10s ; Saloon, £8; Mtvn, £10; Stairage £1 10*. TO AUCKLAND. Stumet early. Taking Passengers and Cargo for all thi forte in th* Nor Awn Inland. ? TO BRISBANE. CITY OF BRISBANE, This Afternoor, Toes, day, at 6. TO MABYBOBOUGH. BLADE SWAN, on or about Wednesday, lei Dumber. TO BOO...

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