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Centr Criminal Court.-This Day. (Before hit H tice cheeks) THE BURNING OF THE SNOWBIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Centr Criminal Court-— This D&j. (Before hit H '? tioe Cheeks ) IBB BUEKISG OF IBS SNOWBIBD. Alexander Shaw, oharged with malioioualy setting fire to the ehip fiiowbird, with intent to defraud thi Pacific Marine Insurance Company, was again brought before the Court Messrs. Salomons and Buohanan, as before, appeared for the defenpe ; and Mr. Bailer for the Grown. ' Before going into the case for the defence, Mr. Salomons asEed hit Honor to reserve the following points, viz. :— ,. 1. That there is not sufficient evidence to be left to the jury. ? ? ' : I 2, Tbat there is no proof of the vessel being'a Britisl ship, or of the Mackinlay Brothers being the owner*. 3. That the evidence of Prinoe, Etheridge, 'and Fleetwood ought not to have beea received, ' . , , . 4. That there ib no'legol evidence of th« ship being inBuredrorot the gooda.being insured. ' : .,, 1 5. Thai there is no evidence that the defendant knew she was insured; br that the goods were1 insured. i 6. That the al...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

ADELAIDE, Tnetdar. Heavy thnnderetorm last night, which continued throughout te-day, with heaiy rains, , ? The ' Goremment has sot yet decided, on their Northern Territory polio;, bat the Gttlnara goes back; at onoe with stores. The Governor starts today for the ; eouth-eaet districts, and will visit tbe drainage works. - ' , The mail news o*e not *J&cted tbe import markets;' but the low prices ,ef oopper are likely to close many; of tb» mines.; . ,; ,- ..? i '?? ? :? ? Oom market «quiet, .and EDglith news not likely favourably -to affeotit. ? — ? , Al«xanilra(«.)«»ile:to-mor:ow direct for Sydney. — Herald, ? ?- ? .^|. . . . ? ? ,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insolvency Court—This Day. SURRENDER [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Insolvency Court —This Day. 6TTRRENDKB. Archibald H'Kay, of 271, CiBtleresgh-etreet, Sydney stonemason. Causes of insolvency: Sickness, and inability to work, Liabilities, £28 6a, 8d. Assets, £2. Deficieaev, £26 6*. 9J. Of&oial asiignee, Mr. K. H. Sempill. ' .

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

ELECTION BUM0DB8. East Sidiet.— Mr. Ohades Oowper, O;ltt},, as wil be seen from ,4. numwously signed requisition in another column, has he«n 4nviUd- to stand for this sleototaU, and has. comjilieel, with, the request, Mr. J,..H.'N-al8 U*!6« a /sandidate. a ir- ? '. ' ? -t ? ? West Etbnby.— The Hon. John Robertson has addresnei theelcotors, end will be nominated for this electorate, in. order te jsive . the. oolony, through (bis important constituency,, an opportunity, of ohooaing between the Liberal and the O. ppceitipn party. KEWCiBTLE.— A requfeitioD, eiguek 17 five hundred voters, has, been forwarded to 8ir James Martin, reqaetting him, to stand as a candidate for ihe-city. of Newcastle. In reply, the offer was aooepted, and a telegram .was forwarded,, stating that Sir James .conld not leave Jtown at once,, but that he wonldibe, : in Newcastle on the morning of the 30th instant. ' Mobfbth —It has been previously mentioned that Mr. Campbell is a candidate for leeleotion. Mr, Seati...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four.) HOWARD AND WIFE V. MARSHALL [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Jnrnr ComtT. (Before hie Honor Mr, Justloe Fanoett, and a jury of four.) ^ HOWABS AMD WJTK V HAB1BATX. This, the only eause fer trial in this Court was, ia the unavoidable absence of counsel, adjourned by mutual consent until Friday next.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. ARRIVAL'S.—November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

@?-t?iung. ABRIVAIA— November 23. Julia, schooner, 64 tone, Tyrrell, from Port Mackay 8tb instant, -O&ptain agent, ? - ??? ? ? - Captain Cook, schooner, 63 tens, from Navigators' Islands. Captain agent Waimea, steamer, 200 tons Lowry, from Bichmond Bivw Slat instant. --Pasgnngan— Miss Mwobac Haas.' Monchira; Allen, «dT in 'the ttwttge,' Captain agent. ?? . - ?. ? - , November 21 -?? John K«p*, bargue,.S90 ton», JenkinB, from Fort Cooper lift instant. . Passengers — Mrs. JenkinR. Miss li'Coj, and 1 in the steerage. Learmoatb, Dickin son,, tnd Co., agents. , ? . - Ja.K*a PatersQD, steamer, 291 tons, Darrell, trots Boohhampton 20th instant, Passengers— Messrs Trawrg.Kilgovir.JjiTin?. TJlrich, Peterman, and 11 in the steerage,;. A.S.N. Co. ageotB. Bellina, steamer, 200 tons, Meides, from Maoleay Kivtr: PaaseBgers.— Mrs, Bores, Meairs. White, Shipley, Mui'ler,;fL Bird, and 6 in the steerage. Frctn PortMtoquarie: Mr. Chiaholm. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Mi. Gall. Captain Sinclair, Mwa ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

&Mp|?jSffi, oafjftpif j&BNING, at 10. - J. THOMAb, Manager, _fl_____«M__»___ ^ jkuLilTaLuAl ' i ?- ? * £___l|ipL'r STB«C^TO*ATIQSt 00K jSHw£PAHT8 6EBAMSHIP8— 10 HUNTER RTVER. OOLLABQY, To-Mortow Uoraing, Thur stay, at 7. TO MELBOURNE. Cirr OF ADELAIDE, pr AUCKLAND, Saturda; Aftsrno'-n, at 3. Fuss— Oabin, £8; return, £6 10s ; Saloon, £6; Mtnni, £10; Storage £1 10s. TO AUCKLAND. Stumer early. Taking Passengers and Cargo for all tb Forte in the Noufcsra Inland. TO BRISBANE. FlORENOE IRVING, Saturday Afternoon, tt 2.8( TO MARYBOROUGH. BLAGK SWAB, 6b or about: Wednesday, le Deoenber. . -. TO E00KHAKPTOK. IQMONT, This Afternoon, Wednesday at 6. 3BEDK. H. TROUKHS, Maaaesr, A.&K Os.'i Wharf, 6nes«z-i9trHt. UTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION 01 AUSTRALASIA. Principal Office,- 247, Gwjrge-atwok Sydn«y. DtBECTOBS: The Hon. S, D. Gordon, K.L.O., Chairman. fliergeWigram Allen, Keq. John Fr&zer, Esq. J, B. Dsrvell, Esq., Q.O., Robert G. Maasie, Esq. C.M.6. Sir James Mgrtin, Q....

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. Wednesday, 4 pm. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Commercial. Wednesday, 4 pm. The B. M. branoh steamer was signalled off Glenelg at an tail; hoot yesteraay moreing. The latest news by telegram is to the 22nd ultimo, and advices gene rally are satisfactory. Amongst the iteini we observe tlat petitions for windipg-up the European Assurance Company had been dismissed. The Albert Ioenracoe Company is to be wound-up, and the directors to be indicted for conspiracy. uopper was ami, wneat quoted at a reduction of Us. Contois, 98 i; Colonial securities firm. The wool ales were to oommenoe on the 26th October, with a probable stock of 120,000 bales. The market continued firm. Many large failures had occurred in New York. The prospeotui of the British India Telegraph Extension Company, having in view ultimate eiten eioiLte Australia, has been' issued. . The exports for the last four weeks of September to Sydney amounted to £37,000. Gunny bags and corn flicks have heen fiported, but shipments did not include wooipacks, ' . The third aeries o...

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 [?] of four) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day. - Baboo Codst. (Before his Honor- Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief JustiM, andaiurvof four) AUBTSALIAB JOINT S1O0E B1IK V. BOOB AMD AKOTBSS, ? Mr. Healy, instructed by Mr. Teale, appeared for tbo plaintiff. ? This w»b an undefended aotion of trover, by which the plaintiffs, who were the mortgagees of the eheep tapon a et&tion in Queensland, eought to reoovet the value of 2000 eheep at 7s. 6d. per head. There wew also oonnU in the declaration for goods bargained and Bold. &c. i The jury, by his Honot'e direction, returned t verdiot for the plaintiff, awarding tbe amount olaimei, BOE0D«H 0; AX.'EXAHDBIA V.. B0BOH9H OF lTlTKBLSO, Mr. Salamone, instructed by Mr. Bobsrts, appealed for the plaintiffs; Mr. Darley, instructed Tjy Irteiare. Holdsworthand Brown, for the defendants. : This was an aotion instituted for the recovery of certain sums of money, alleged to be found due from the Borough of Waterloo to the Borough of Alexandria, upon the adjustment of...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JURY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Jcet Conic. ;' ' iBefore bis Hoaor Mr. JustioeTauoett, and a jury of { ??; fcsjBjc.f- ???? ? ?? - vrr.r.itR v. himIcc. - ' The inry, after a consultation of 'hilf^ii-hoM, returned a verdiot for the plaintiff, MrardUg the fall |tmountclairaea-dE4224B.«. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

COMMERCIAL. The wool sales commenced on the 26 th of Ootober, with a probable stock ot 120,000 bales. The maiket continues firm. Tallow is advancing in prioe. . The third series of wool sales ended .fep tember 21st— total offered being 194,000 bales. The advance of Id. to lid. was main tained to the end. Tallow.— Mutton, 47s. 6d. to 48s. Beef same. Hides were in good demand. Copper is dull. { Wheat two shillings lower. Consols, 93£. Colonial securities are firm. I No tilings of the missing ship MaUolrX I Gold panic in New York enbBiaed. Many Jarge failures are reported, avolving^normeu losses. The exports for the last four weeks in Sep tember to Sydney were valued at £87,000.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

GENERAL SUMMARY. The Byron controversy has already died pat The general opinion, both in England and America, is adverse to Mrs. Sttiwo. Dr. Temple, of Rugby, succeeds the late Bishop of Exeter. The late Bishop of Carlisle is succeeded by Canon Dai ford, of Manchester. It is expected that the Prinoess of Wales will be confined during this month. Lord Justice PattOD hae 1 committed euioide. He will be. suoceeded. by Mr. Monorieff, whose tmee will be filled by 'Young,' Solioi tor-General. - ? , Mr. Bright' has written a letter, in whioh he deBoribes the'new school of proteotitmists as ' knaves.' Alderman Besley is elected Lord Mayor of London, beating the present Mayor, Law rence, who was also a oandidate. _ . The Albert Insurance Company is to be wound up, and it is propesed to indiot the directors for oonspiraoy. The European Assurance Company is in Ohanoery. It is stated that the company is inospable of meeting its'. liabilities. Her Majesty will open the new Blackfriars Bridge and...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT.-Tuesday. BANOO COURT (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Cheif Justice, And a jury of four.) CHADWICK V. SMITH AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

i$UPEEME COUBT.— Tuesday. ' „ Baboo Oofbt, (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justin*, andajury of four.) OBADWIOX V, MOTH AHD OTHBBJB. The jury, after a consultation of about half an bout returned a verdict for the plaintiff, awarding £50 damages. ^-'^ BAMHiTOI T. BZSLR. _ This was an undefended action of (jsetmant. The jury, by diKotion of his Honor, returned.a verdict tat the plaintiff, for whom Mr. Davis appeand.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

SHIPPING. Dkpabtubib job Sydney.— Olara, Under lee,- Sobraon, Canaan, Moid of Judah, Humberatone, John JC. Munro. The following items of gentral news an from the Heiald'stoUBmn:— .,,'.- Thomaohuiwy of the Australian Woollen Hilli is beUfl fliipped on board the Thespian, at Liverpool, wbiota leaves oa tbe 10th Oetober. . A quantity of wreck was washed ashore near JEz mouthi and it is believed to indicate the destrmtionof the well known eld Bed Jacket, which left Cardiff for Bombay with coals in September, . Onoof the rBridgewater commissioners reoeived a letter threatening hu life. , In deSanoe of tbeclamcare of .the Paris Press for a speed; convocation of the Chambers, tbe Government resolved on postponiag that event till No rember 28th. 'The subject of abdication is evidently being eerionsly disoassed; tbe Prinoe Imperial ii fourteen yean old next May. Prinos Napoleon is mentioned as Regent; or if the Emperor is sneoeeded by.his sod at once, Prinoe Napoleon wonld be president of th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

Removal 0? Post Maco,uabie Aszluh. — The Macleay Herald understands that the Government have chartered the Susannah Cnthbert, strsnier, to call at Port Macqoarie, on her way this trip from Grafton, to convey tha female portion of tha inmatts of the Fort Maoquarie Aayliu to Sydney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

THB GENEBAL BLEOTION. Electoral Distrie1. ' Narnii of Candidates. Batbuiet; ? ...;.... ? ' 9.8objaeon,, Thiiogan ? Ce.W.I*rd ,, Dr.TibbHb Oamden ? 3. Morrkw , . „ A, Onslow, „ 8. BelinfanU Canterbury ? W. Hwuon „ T. Sullivan Carcoar ? fiev J. Bark* Central Cumberland ...... /.Lackey The Glebe ? O. W. Allen The Hawkeebury ? J. B. Napthali The Home ? T.H,M»te J.T. FaUon The Hnnter ? A. Bocgii The Upper Hunter ? A. Belt „ W. H. Gordon The Ltehlan ? B. Grevills West Macquarie ? B. Driver ? E.Webb Morpeth ? James Campbell „ ? J.Keating N&rellaa ? John Hurley Newcastle ? G. A. Lloyd „ ? Sir James Martin New England ? O. T. Weaver Newlown ? S. 0. Brown Northumberland ? J. Ward „, ? F.I. Shaw ? Dr. Brookes FaddiBgtoo ? Hon. J. Sutherland Purramatta ? Hugh Taylor „ ? Georgi Oakes Shealhaven ? T.Gsrratt ? S.Goold EistSydney ? Hon. 0. Oowper ? : ? G. King „ ? W. Cover ? J. H Netls West Sydney ? W. B. Campbell „ ? Hon. J. Bobertson Tenterfield ? Dr. Fraser Wollombi m ? i. Edkford * Tomn...

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PASSENGERS PER MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

PASSENGERS PER MALTA. For Sydney. — Mre. Ekottowe, Commander B. H. Murray, 5.N., Mrs. R. Tormi, tiro daughters, and maid servant; Messrs. T. Williamson, W. B; Tooth, K. 0. Beddome, S. VTatt, T. Walker, H. P. Barker, T. Boeh ford, Gibson, W. J. Ayres, and three privates.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

OF IHE ?'*? ENGLISH MAIJi The branoh steamer Alexandra, from Sing -3eorge'fl Sound, with the.^Shglish mails per aits. ' Malts, to Ootober 8th, arrived at Adelaide yesterday morning.' ? ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 November 1869

BIRTHS.       On the 2nd instant, at her residence, Ross-street, Darlington, Mrs. David Wilson, of a son.       On the 17th instant, at her residence, Pyrmont, Mrs. W. C. Webb, of a daughter.       On the 20th instant, at her residence, 66, Hunter-street, Mrs. John Burton, of a daughter. On the 22nd instant, at her residence, Percy Cottage, Liver- pool, the wife of Mr. P. M. Hosking, a daughter. MARRIAGE                                   On the 20th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. H. H. Gaud, Benjamin Beckett, eldest son of Mr. Samuel Hebblewhite, of Melbourne, to Ann, youngest daughter of John Dawson, Esq., George-street,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 November 1869

TO THE ELEOfOBS OF WE8T 8TPNBY. . OnrrLutBH,— On the advice ot Its Ministry of whioti I am a member, hip Fxedlenqy the Governor kta dissolved Parliament , At tke. enggestlon of nomeroas friends, and in aoeerd&noe with the oonrt' whioh I wok so raocesefaUy at the Ust general election, I now respectfully present myself as a oaadidste for one of the mats at you disposal. Yon ate doubtless arnre tb»t the aeoeteity fox tbe present appeal to the oonntry wu precipitated in a manner unprecedented in the Parliament!-} history of any British ootsmunitr. The Colonial 'Treasurer, on the 14th October, made hie financial statement, exhi biting that the revenue receivable for the .tear 1869 wili largely exceed that of 1868; ifait while tb» expenditure for 1868 exceeded Ihe inwme of that year by £135,000, the income of this 'will exceed its expenditure by kbont £80.000; that he woald be able to giva up the newspaper tax on the 1st January nez*, tad to reduce the ad valorem duties by one hal...

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