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Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. NEWCASTLE. Thursday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 November 1869
Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. NEWCASTLE. Thursday , noon. ' Mr. G. A. Idoyd last evening addressed oaeof the largest sod most enthusiastic meetings of ska * eetor* aver aaid ib Mewovtie for years. After bit speech he answered several questions very satUfactsf y, and a resolution affirming bis Stoats te .represent theeity was earrfed— there Mag Only two dissentients. Amidst the greatest enthusiasm a committee waa at once formed. Who an certain to be abl* .t* aaeor* his retma by a large major%. There it but osegenanl fe*Bn» existing in Newcastle just now, and tbat i»— that ft A. Lloyd i* the mu for Newcastle It ia ut true, at taported in the Herald, that Mr. Lloyd wQL retire in favour of Sir Jama* Martin.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 November 1869
Eioauosr. —The Richmond Philharmonio Seeiaty, assisted by. Mr. Andrew Fair&z, and Mrs. Oa'dweU as aooompaayist, gave their first concert at tha School of Arts, oa Wednesday evening. The large hall was prettily decorated and well lighted, and the andieooe was the largest and most itspeotable we ,-have seen gathered since the opening of the institution; end it must have been pleasing to those who generally exerted themselves te ceoure the building of eo 6ns a hall, and who hav« taken a prominent in ils welfare, to see so muah of their desires realiced in the suooess of this concert The proeee** amonnt to something over twenty pounds towards the funds of the institution. A eepe was expressed that Mr. Fairfax would visit the district again, and give » oonoert on his own aooount. We understand be intends, with several other Sydney artiste, to give a concert here about the middle of next month.— Correspondent, November 28. Sbaicfooiss. Bssiv.'— Anether and very mirked improvement ...
NEWCASTLE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 November 1869
NEWCASTLE. : . . vTadnttdav. ! A pnytte meeting of Mr. ff. A. Lloyd's «upporte» wa* held this morning, at whieh it was dedded thai he should sot be allowed to withdraw ; he addieatil tiib evening a very large public meeting** tat City Ball, with Dr. Bowker in th* chair, ud H'lff'iiir appearea strongly in iu* favour. Hss4voo-ted ires trade, railway extension, immigratioB, aad a fecal harbour trust The meetini; was em at halrVpast 10. Thar* mutt liava been five hundred perSl. present. The resolution that Mr. Lloyd wata^t aad proptrpartOB, ko.\ was earriea with onljtwci duata- tunte. A large oommitte* has been formed to ctnnat the town itxnontw.^-flamU.
EXTENSIVE FIRE AT WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 November 1869
BZTBMSIVS FIBS AT WEST MAITLAND. Thtrrsdav uorniBir. Messrs. Cole, Mitchell, and Israel'* pmmats -were totally destroyed by fire at 2 o'clock this saoniag. The wind waa blowing furiously whe* the conlsgration commenoad, and at Hmm the flames were ao aat.aad the showers of spark* to numerous. MMBuaatea dettmetion toother prenistt at aome distance fro* th* scene of tt* calamity. , .: - Mr. G. TindiB wfll contest the election tor the Huoter with. Mr, J. F. Buns.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 25 November 1869
BIRTHS. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Balmain, the wife of Ebenezer Hunt, of a daughter. On the 20th instant, at her residence, 89, Stanley-street, Wool- loomooloo, Mrs A. M. Woodhill, of a son. On the 23rd instant, at her residence, 404, Crown-street, Surry Hills, Mrs. J. Matthews, of a daughter. Both doing well. On the 23rd instant, at her residence, Adelaide-place, Straw- berry Hill, Mrs. L. I. Brennand, of a son. On the 23rd instant, at Pictonville, St. Leonards, the wife of R. F. Pockley, of a son. On the 24th instant, at her residence, Barcom Cottage, Pad- dington, the wife of Mr. R. Brownlow, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 9th instant, at St. Peter's Church, Woolloomooloo, George second son of George Fehrenback, of Baden, Germany, to Jeannett Frances, youngest daughter of John Boyd and Elizabeth Finnie, Glebe, Sydney, and late of Piccadilly, London. On the 20th instant, at 460, Sussex-street, by Rev. Dr. Steel, &nbsp; James Burns Currie, only son of the lat...
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH. 'And what csmpsls jou to depart thus?' asked Sarah, erideatly striving to teem calm sod oolleuted. 'My father likes yon, and will do scything in bis power to keep you in oar Eeighbourhood. Then, it is right to come to o (='» friends lo oonffr upon them ob lieatis^ h.;v£r to be forcotteD, »nd to leave them sud denly, at, it ron were lirtd of their intercofim ? What would yon say, were I to entreat yon to s aj far a evo--t time only?' ' ' Yoa must not do gr-,' replied M1 Don aid, hur riedly ; ' I might not, perhaps, be able to refoee «ncb a request.-11 ' Then 1 mate it most earnestly,' said 8»rab,whil«t a tell-tale bluib Eoffuced ter cheeks end brow ; ' and both ray father and toother will support it.' ' What, my child,' asted Mr. Powell, stepping in with his wife, ' What is the matter ?' ?' Mr. M 'Donald wishes to leave ne alte.idy, and I said you would eeoend my uqaest for him to stay longer with n».' ' With all my heart,' eiclaimed Mr. Powell. ' My...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
NEWCASTLE ELECTION.— SIE JAMES MAR. TIN oND IuE WORKING MEN. To tht Editor of the Evening Newt. SIB, — It appears after some delay and hesitation, Sir . James Martin has been induced toconsc-Bt to stand ap a candidate for Newcastle. ? It is said that a requisition has been presented asking him to stand, which was signed by a caneider tHe number of working men, ? If ft be true that working men have signed the requisition, esking Sir James Martin to represent New castle, I think it must have been in ignorance of Sir Jhnacs b character as a politician, and in forgetfulness of the many instances whsre he his not only spoken, bus voted in' Parliament in direct opposition to the rich's and interests of working men, and bad tbe following': facts been presented to tbe minds of the forking men 'who have signed the rtquieiiicn, I believe it. is impossible they could have been so blind to their own interests as to have done so, 1st. Is it- not a fa:t that Borne time sgo, when addressing; atneo...
The Late Murder in the Northern Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
The Late Murder in the Northern Territory. The following extract from ap Adelaide piper, gives a graphic account of the' marder' of yMr-^Beianett, a member of Mr, Goyder's surveying expedition. Mr. Bennett was a member oi- the previous expedition. and bad, it .was understood, attained the perfect con fidence of the blacks .Previous to bis deBtlr be bad studied the tuljtot se mndb that ho had' been ftb'on'. t) coispile a vocabuiaiy ot their lacgu-ge.- — Oo tbe morning of tho24tb May, Queen's Birthdiy, Mr. Knuok-y, who was camped at Auld's ImgcoB, FfidV Pass, went oot to work with two men, leaving Guy in tbe camp *ith A'r. Bennett, as natives had t-een sb^at from an early hour in tbe morning. S oa afwr he bad left, Guy saw two natives startup and walk away, from betiid one of tho men's mosquito mrtaice, and when.be w.Btip.and eearobed. ho fopnd tbat they -hid ooEcealed there two wome rflha,6iid several Bpears. He pointed out the weapons to B'ncett,. wto took themd-wn toa lot cf bltcks...
MURDER OF CAPTAIN BLOCKETT AND SEVEN OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
MURDER OF CAPTAIN BLOOKSTT AND ? SEVKN OTHERS. By the arrival of the schooner Eugenie, says the New Zealand Herald of the I3tb, from Tahiti on Sun day moroibg, we hare the melancholy intelligence of tte murder of Captain Bloctett, tbe tecDnd officer, a passenger, and fire of tee crew of the barque Mparoa, at Gilbert's 'G/onp. 'I hi barque left Auckkcc about five months ego, and neveral of her crew weie shipped at this port. The ratives oppea'r to have taken pos session of the ship, and after killing eight person?, were abtut to attack the chief officer, Mi fteenalt, and.. He innairder of Ibe cretr, wbo at the time werd' bairroed belon. Mr Eteenslt, with great courage and pretence of mind, bkw up a portion cf the deck witb gun» ponder, which S9 frightened the Datives-.tbat they imtmdiat'lF jomped cverbsafd, and sw*m for the island (Begrois). Tbe chief officer tbpn made sail, and enccecded in reaching Tahiti. *He has since been promctei to mestsf of tbe ship. Mr. Stcpnalt wae, for a c...
Later from New Zealand [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
Later from New Zealand By the steamer Auckland, we have Auckland papers lo tie 19th ii.-etont, Mr. Williamson appears to have been returned, according to the majority of returns, as Superintendent. of tbe Province. The report ol Te Kooti being wonnded is verified Tbe death of an innkeeper'*) wife at Lyttelton,' referred to in the last Port Cooper joarsa's 'received in Sydney, terns out to have resulted from the ill treatment of her husband, ajainst whom, a verdict of wiiulnjurdcr has been returned. ' .
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Bowk fob Phiixip Wisn.— Last night a number of the supporters of Thomu J. Bowd, Esq., mustered St (be Goalburn Hotel, Pitt-street. Dr. Bell being ailed noon, took the ehsir, and read ths advertisement calling pnblie attention to the meeting Aftetafewpre liminary remarks, be introduced Mr. Bowrj, who was received with load acclamations. He had, he eaid, jnet arrived from England, and it could not be expected that he would know muen about what had been going ob in the oity for the last two jeans, during ?which time he had been awav, and he had so doubt but tbat there had been s grfat-dealef money spent. Be was an advocate for a cheap rate of water, and on ? better principle.- He had oietrved, he regretted to Bay, thai ?there' had been a great deal of watte lately, and he felt euro tbat eome better system oould be' devised for the supply, (Hear, hear.) He 'Wf b pleased to ceo that the expense for gas had been reduced, and he was convinced that 'there must hare been...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. M'calfe and Williams,) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. M-.'calfe and Williams,) John Defrae, a coloured gentleman, pouessel of remartabl9 celf-possesaion, waB charged with stealing a table-eloth, the property of J. W. Mitohell, landlord of tbe Bsne-al Arme. Bridc-e-e'.reet, The Drisonsr. it appeared, had been loafing about Mr. Mitchell's houee all the afternoon of the duy before yesterday, and': taking sdvantsgo of the absence of the eervant frsm the kitchen, abitmotcd the t&bls cloth. He protested that the cloth was given him by a 'gen'leman outside the door,' and soornfully obsrrved that ' if he wanted to steal, he Wouldn't take eich a thing ae a tablecloth.' Notwithstanding, tbe Bench eent him to gaol for a month. ? — Henry Berry, for neglecting to keep o!ean premises , in hie occupation, in Q acea's-place, was fined 10i, and 5j. coBts, Henry Raymond, Philip Bheay, Michsel O'Brien P Thomas Flynn, snd James Smith, all residents of Queen's placo, were similarly fioed for like offenoea Patrick...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
In oar issue of Saturday last, November 20thJ we took oooasion to offer some explanations and comments with respect to the annonnoe ment that Mr Qotbee, the Surveyor-General of South Australia, had returned to that colony, personally confirming his previous favourable report of tbe North Australian territory, where he had surveyed G'sme hundreds of thousands of acres of land, and laid ' the foundations of what may hereafter be the great northern seaport of this continent, at Fort Darwin. At that time this information had only reaohed us in the form of a telegram, and our remarks were ohiefly oonfined to a brief history of the progress of the attempted settlement up to that period. By arrivals last night, however, we are supplied with Adelaide papers oon taining the full partioulars ef Mr. Gotdbr's reports, and an abstract of their substance cannot be unacceptable In all probability there may be amongst our readers some thOHsands who have never, or their fathers before them, been out...
Police Proceedings—This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Love, Thompson, Hordern, E. Chapman, and Jolly.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
Police Proceedings- This Day OENTBAL POLI0E COURT. ?: .? * (Before Captain Ecott, P.M., and Keeera. Love, Thompson, Hordern, G. Chapman, and Jolly.) Ann Doyle, 19, was cent to gaol for one month, being convie'ed ae a vagrant. Honora Daveron was brought before the Court en two charges, vie,, aemuHing Matthew pbUiea and, William Wilkinson. Defendant,' it appeared, last night was running about in almo:t a state of lunacy, and assaulted several persons in the street. Tbe Beheh fined the defendant 40a,, or seven days to gaol for each offence. ??'-'? Mary Ann Leslie, oonvioted of stealing a purse, con taining 15s, the property of — Williams, fruit hawker, in whose ' employ' she was as ' housekeeper,'' was fined 20s , or iu default of payment ceves days to gaol. . ? ? i- Ann Down, for assaulting Patrick Brady, was fined 10& with costs, or iu default seven days' impriBoa* ment. (Before Captain festt, and Messrs J. Oatley, G. Hill, ft. A. Hunt, and Oaraher.) f 'n the eummona sheet th...
Shipping. ARRTVALS—November 25 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869
flipping. ABRTVALS.— November 25 Boamerasg steamer, 490 tone Lake, from C'svelavd Bay 19th instant, Passengers— Mrs Brownhill and 4 children anal servant; Mrs. Morris and 2 child 'en. Mrs. G, Lloyd. Mrs. O'Connor, Mrs Cunningham, Messrs Lloyd (2 , Oaseidy, E. Bingfaam, W. L Jeskins 0. L. Cucningham, C. T. M-She?, Gra&t, O'Connor, W. Haves, Mas**re Browuhill. and 46 in the steerage. Illalonp, rtoamer. 300 tone. Meanee, from Ojde Biver. P&eeengere — Mrs Ponppery and daughter, Messrs Guy and Storey. 1.8 N. Co. agents. Norember 36. Fiorenea Irving, steamer, 340 tone, Fitisimmone from Brisbane 2Srd instant Passengers — Mrs. Black, Mr?. Framis, Mrs. Bsrne'.t, Main. Branston, BUek, Archer, Cooper, Whedwright, Cameron, Dins dale, Barber, and 7 in the ftenge. A.8.N. Co. agentf. Vancouver, ship, 1062 tons. Dodd. from Liverpool 28tt Aafust. Larimer MsrwcoJ. and Borne agents. Auckland, steamer, 530 tons. Bliek from Auckland 19 Ji instant. Passengers- Eight Rev. Dr. GouU and serv...