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CRIMINAL COURT-Monday. FIRST COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeks) CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
CRIMINAL COURT— Monday. Faw Ooubi, (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Oheeke ) OOHBTIBAOT TO DBIBAES. Denis Mackinlay, Patrick Maokiulay, Jjme3 Bogers, George OBrien, JamesJBourke, and Alexander Shaw, oharged with conspiring to defraud the enditois of the eatate of Mackinlay Brothers, were again brought before the Court. Mr. Salomons, in addressing the jury, asked his Honor to take a note of two points, 1st. That thnre was no evidence in law mrainnt Bourke or Shaw to go to the jury ; and, second, that these six counts oonld not bd joined in one indictment, He did not expect his Honor to decide these points, bst he wished to have them reserved if neoa'ssry, He then called attention to the evidence whioh affected his clients. He contended that there was no evidence against them, except that they took these goods to Melbourne, and there sold them by auction. Thtii whole proceedings in ths sale of these goods were, however, enacted in the most open manner, The goods were advertised in the pa...
Insolvency Court-This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
Insolvency Court —This Day. BOBBBTDEM, William Ho'liflter, of Grenf eli, gold- miner. Onuses of issolvency: Pressure of crtditers and losses in business. Liabilities, £122 7s. 8i. Assets, £7. Dtfioienoy, £115 7s 8d. Official assignee, Mr. R. H. Sempill. Edward .Kelly, a confines in Darlinghuret gaol. Oiuse of insolyener ^Pressure of creditors, Liabilities, £189 6). 6d. A«sets, £3. Defidenoy, £136 8s. 6d. Offioial assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery, ' Miohad Madden, of Brookfleld, Williams Biver, . farmer. Ottu.ee of insolvency : Pressure of a oieditor. Liabilities, £91 18s. Aseets, £35, Deficiency, £69 18a. Offioial assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie; . John Thomas Hill, of Barwood, teaoher. Cause of insolvency: Losses in business, Liabilities, £453 11s. 5d. Assets £285 iDefieieaoy, £168 lls, Si, Offi cial assignee, Mr. F. T. Hnmpbery.
ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
ADELAIDE. Monday. A large number of horeai, including thirty foi the Governor of India, and several racehorses, hare been shipped per Vernon for Caloutta.— Empire. A German amateur perfermanoe is to ttke place : ehoitly at 'the .Theatre Royal, under the patron : age of the Governor, in aid of the families of the 300 miners killed near Dresden. The corn market u perfectly quiet.— Herald.
Supreme Court-This Day. JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four.) MILLER V. MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
Supreme Court— This Day. JUBT COVKC. (Before his H«Ror Mr. Jnstioe Fauoett, and a jury of four,) HOIillf, XOOBB. Mr. M. H. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Diwion, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Salomons, in etntated by Messrs. Daintrey and Chapman, for tke defendants Jcbj.— Metsrf. Eobert Lainjr, 10, Newtown-road. Sydney; George Langhorne, Horbury-terrae?, New town; Gsorge linker, 203, -? Campbell-street; and HaiarLowai Pitt.Btrset. Hsdfarn. lhji wa,j en aotion ia which tbe plaintiff claimed £150,, for money lent and advanced. . The defendant pleaded that he was sever indebted. It appeared . that a number of advance?, araountug in all to £422 4s 4d , were made to the defendant, a Mies Moore, or upon her oredit The defence was that the money had been lent to Dr. WolfskeU. This aotion had net, when we went to press, ter minated. Baboo Oodbt. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Jnstioe, and a jury of four) 0EADWICK V. SUIT? AMD OTBBBS. | fThia action had not, when we went to pr...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
APFMAOBnra Civic Elections. — Tbe aldermen Avbo retire by alternation, and are candidates for re electisE on the 1st December, are - Alderman Kippax, Cook Ward; Alderman' Andrews, Bourke Ward; Alderman Hurley, Phillip Ward ; Alderman Murphy, DeDison Ward; Alderman Day, Brisbane Waid; Alderman Butler, Fitzroy Ward ; Alderman Oaraher, fwlntia We +A ? mrtA Aldarmafi M*Amnfnali ICaMAMaviA Ward. The new candidates are lor Cook Ward, Mr. Yard; for Phillip Ward, T. J. Bown; for Penieon Ward, Mr. Jehn Barlow; for Briebane Ward, Mr J. Fitzpalrick ; for Fitzroy Ward, Mr. Gieen. Atyresent the unoontes'ed chairs are for Hacquarie, Gipps, and Bourke Wards. For auditors the candidates are Mr, A. Mm, Mr. J. Carroll, Mr. J. B Magney, and Mr. G; F. Biker. VonnrasEB Fobob.— His BiceUemy the Governor, with the advioe ot the Executive Council, hag been pleased to make the following promotions and appoint ments in the Volunteer Pone, viz:- Lieutenant Frederick Birnwell Hales, to be eaptain ; George B, S...
MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
MELBOTJENE. Monday. A fire, oaused by a spart from the steam-engine, broke out in the aomposing-room of the Government Printing Office, this morning. Tbe plant was slightly damaged. A fire broke out in Start-street, BiUaarat, on Batnr day. and damaged several wooden shops. Olaraen, the under steward of the eteamer Hero, has committed luioide. It hasrbeea-efinitely decided to held a day's races on the first of January. - The action for. damages, Mrs. Steele versus Herri The railway authorities have reduced the price for the carriage of oeal to Pandhural t - 9i 6d per ton. The Yicar General, yesterday, laid the foundation sione of a school convent, to be erected on the Victoria Parade, in connection with the Order ef the Christian Brothers. At the annual meeting of the Traot Society, the report read and balance-sheet were considered eatts faetory, A miner at Bendigo was severely injured through ?a oharge of gun cotton exploding when being drawn ; be lost his left hind ; an ineffectual...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 November 1869
BIRTHS. On the 10th instant, at her residence, 31, Cleveland-street, the wife of H. G. O'Shaughnessy, of a daughter. &nbsp; On the 11th instant, at Ryde, the wife of James Devlin, jun., of a daughter. On the 15th instant, at Albina Villa, Concord, Mrs. A. E. Edge, of a son. On the 19th instant, at her residence, 133, York street, Mrs. R. Winstanley, of a daughter. On the 20th instant, at her residence, 548, George-street South, Mrs. Joseph Myers, of a daughter, still-born. On Sunday, 21st instant, at her residence, 598, George-street, Mrs. Nicholas Hopson, of a son. Both doing well. MARRIAGES. On the 26th October, at the residence of the bride's parents, Denham-street, Surry Hills, by the Rev. T. Johnson, Robert Joshua, eldest son of Mr. Joshua Bubb, of Darlington, to Mary Harriett, eldest daughter of Mr. Nicholas Newnham, of Uck- field, Sussex, England. On the 9th instant, by special license, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rer. P. F. O'Farrell, Timothy, third son of Timoth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
TO THE ELECTORS OF WEST 6YDNBT. GniYLSHXKf-On the advice of the Ministry of which I am a member, his BxeelleDoy ihetQenmoi baa dissolved Parliament At the suggestion ol numerous friends, and in aooodanoe with the ooursi whioh I look aomoeeaifully at the last general election, I now respectfully preeest myself as a candidate foi one of tt* seats at your disposal. Ton are doubtless aware that the necessity for thi present appeal to the country was preoipitated in i manner unprecedented in the Parliamentary history ol any British gommunity. The Oolonial Treasurer, o: the 14th October, made hie financial statement, «xbi titing that the revenue receivable for the year I86£ will largely exceed that of 1868; ibat while thi expenditure for 1868 exceeded the inoeme of thai year, by £185,000. die income of this will «ceed ifa expenditure by (boat £80,000; that he would be abl- to give up (he newspaper tax on the let January next, and to rednoe the ad valorem duties by one half /rotn -he 80th ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
TO LAVD, ex LaHogne. — A large supply of Palest Fltla Filmed Oroim, Bongh Kolled Puts, BmboiBwt Stained, ul Oronnd OUn. On band, a Large Aanrtment of roreign Olau. aeeorte^ «1lee, «t remoD«b:e rmt««, PapdhaDgings, Olli and Paints, of every detoripUan. ° X EDENS,Si5,Oeoig«-.troet. 'Wf7tNDOW QLAes, all siies; stained, V T grobnd. and orBBmelal »'?»», oeniea, burden. to.; braibmre, pipethnngiogn, wbUrg. kstussse. nm uA ballad oil ; ofaarcb win Joirt made to any design. W. and W, ATTON Painter., Jco., 371 , Piu-etnet. YJI7' DOUGLASS and CO., TT ? WHOLESALE GBOOEBS, ? 83. King atrept, Sjdn°y. ? A - DREW ALLAN, Anctoneer and Jjk- Bnkcr, 370, Giurge^-trjet, Mon.Vp«i«age. MBS. LETHEBY will be glad to receive PUPILS for Paper Fioweis. Leather Work, &o. 42, Hunter-street. ? JVT O E W O O D, X~ Five minutes walk from the Petersham £a;lwsy btatioT!. FOB BALE, thet desinbie suburban resident, Halvern Cottege end Grounds, at the junction of the Addison and New Coob't Kivtr Bosde, over thr...
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
paxliamentAr? Elections. Mr. 8. O. Brown met the electors of Newtown last evening, at the Belfast Wine Vaults, Botany road. The .candidate entered (he large room of the hotel at about 8 o'olook. At that time a dense crowd was present and a Urge number outside could not gain admission. Hemp lonely -entered. Mr. Williamson was voted to the chair. '* ?: ? ? i ? . ' Mr. Beowk said he was eorry the weather was so inolemettt-thathe wae unable to address the multitade outside, bat he believed that,' after the lengthened exposition of his principles he had given at lha'lown Hall, much- would not be required from Mm there, Kwarthelete, ltst there might be some who had net heard him on that occasion, he had deemed it his doty to address them there, and wpuld do eo as.osnoiaely andiolmly as he could. He had been elected some five years cinee, and bad supported since then some very imjiorliaf meaebrwl In'arfdilion to Ibe general topics referred to- he explained the proviesions of the Publio Sch...
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
WBDNBBDAT, KO7BMBBB 24' 1869. It will ecaroely be neoessary to make more than a brief reference, eitbei by way of explanation or oommeDtary, to the mail telegrams pabliahed in the Evening News of yesterday end this: day. It will be seen, with jBuoh satisfaction, that the threatening vrar-oloads which had appeared to hang Bver Europe a few weeks ago ^are again dieperged, for the present; though )no one can be san guine enough to anticipate permanent traa qaillity wile the nationa continue to maintain tbe immense armaments which they at pre sent keep up. Perhaps it would* riot be an inoorreot mode of expression to say that' the ezpeoted rupture is postponed. The late illness of the Emperor of the Fbshoh would naturally rally, round him - many T»ho night not approve of hiB polioy or his dynasty, but who were yet more averse to the oonsequenoes of a - revolution. Still there was talk of an abdication, with Prinoe Napoleoit ' Jxboub' bb Regent duri jg the minority of the Prinoe .Imperial...
WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
WATEB POLICE OOUHT. (Before the 'Water Police Magistrate, ana Mr. Toiephson,) Robert Our, a teaman, belonging to Ike Gha&abnco, was charge! ?with desertion, end sent to gaol for six weeks. William Brown, a boy «f 12 years of age, having no occupation, and habitaally wandering in the etreett, was ordered to be sent to his sister for protection John James JI'Don&ld, landlord of tfae Old Blue Post Inn, was fine* 20s. and 5s. 61. costs, for celling liquor during prohibited hours on fcunday, the 14tb instant. *.???? Thomas Bios, landlord of the Ship Inn, was fiBed 20a. and Si, 6d, costs, for a similar offenoe. Jasob Be»h, landlord of the Gas Hetel, waaeimilarly - fined for*a like offence. ?William Flanagan was fined 10s , and 2a 6d. costs, for tcglrctiog to have his name and place of abode painted on his -Jray. Thomas HoUiday, owner of a ferocious dog, was fined 40s., and 5s.6d.costa, George Hrffman, for leaving his hone and oart without protection, was fined 20s., and 2i...
Police Proceedings-This Day. GENERAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Dav and L[?]vev.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
Police Proceeflingfl-^rhiis Day. OKNTRAL POMOB OODBT. (Before Messrs. Dav and Levev.) Hannah Thompson, an idle and disorderly person, was sent to gapl for three-months. _ William Parker, was charged with stealing a piece of print Tallied At' 15b., the property of J. N. Belli* bob. Prisonra pleaded guilt?, udnu wot to gaol fhp inrhMmfha ' Miry Wfllih. far having a bell, glass, and square in herponnJarien, for which aba could sot satisfactorily acoonnt , was sent to gaol for one month, . . (Before Messrs EenwSok and Chapman.) Isabella Murray, for hating n«ed insulting words to Edward Bitton; was £n»d 20.°., and fie, 6&. costs, ? . ? Bdward Dourne, charged with assaulting Margaret 1 Brady, was fined 10s', and'6s. 6d- costs; - - '
MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869
MELBOUBNE, Tncedar. i It ia reported that Mesare. Kerferd and Langtonare about to accept office under the present Ministry. i . Tiro Chinamen and a Enropean boy were buried alive in a claim at OampbeJlls Qttek, Oaetiemiinei today. . ; Three sheps were bant at Oetlooglaat night, in Mariet-HjBare. ; , .- i Great indignution is espreeeed at Geelorg owing to the GrovHnment having B'opped ^hs loeal waterwerkaj on the plea at oheapening harrest labour. It is raining steadily, and it is general all over tbe colony. ? . -. v ?.-??. I Luge parcels of wheat have been offered at auction bnt were not quitted. The SiMle and Bandmann difficulty is settled by; Hen Bandmann girisg her, a benefit on Friday, ; . The Goveihment holiday and-mail have stopped all buaineea. ., ... * ',,.. ^, '„ ; , The Government have efted £300 reward for the oonviotion of the robber of the JBetohworth mail in August last — Herald. . ,