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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

PABBAMATTA ASD RIVSB 8TKAMEH8, at about H»lf tbs JUUway Bates, From Kiog-etrtet— 7, 9 U, 1, 3,6. From Parrsunatto— 6.89. 7.30, 9, 11, 1, 3, S. Calling et Hooter's BUI, Qladesvilie, Nee Point, Hyde, Newington, Ermington, Snbiaoo. Children— Faloon return, 6d. only. ^^^^&H SYDNEY TO THE HUNTER, TO-MOBBOW, SATUBDAY NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPJSTH. OTW0A3TLH TO 8YM8BY. OBPETH, en MONDAY MORNING, at 10. r . J. IliOMAS, Maatgw, tij lost it -2ttke;-atr*4 THE AE7STiVALi.eiAK 8TM4M NAVIGATION OOH; .- ;: pants STSiKamps TO HUNTER HTVaB. GOONANBABA, To-Nigbt, Friday, at 11. , TO MBLBOT7ENF, OIPI OF ADELAIDE, or AUCKLAND, To-Horrow AfUrsore, Saturday at 3. Fttee—Gabin, £8; return, £5 10s; Brioca, £8; return, £10; Btecrace *1 10s To ADELAIDE direct, en route to KING G 'OBOE'S SOUND. Steaier, Wednesday Afternoon at 480. TO AUCKLAND. Steamer early. Tekisg Psstsagtts ss3 Oargo tors'.! &t ? Ports in th« Northern b'.ersa. TO BBIBBAKE. FLOBENOE IRVING-. To-Motiow Mternooa, Salur day at 2.80 ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

The Adelphi Thewbe,— This very o'.d plaoa of entertainment, where the great G, Y. Brooke made his debut, and many stars rose upon the Australian firma ment, has had in air v viciEsicitucUs. At cne lime it ws? the Theatre of Sydney ; there vice'ioyalty has eijojed the highest class of representations, and fashion ables lolled in ea;j and elegance. But after seme time it fell into disrepute, and iew TeBpeo able people oarad to enter it. The proprietor, however, has determined that this shall be th? case no longer, and has made arrangements for resuscitating it as a popular and fashionable plasj of amusement. In order to achiave this, the whole appearance of the place has been changed. Its interior would soircely be known by thoee who saw it, onl» ' few months iicc?. First of all, M«—_ ct.f,k» * j w. ._ _,v«..-. -o»rs. naabo ana Wilson who5^-al(,g M eMn;B MBste Me 60 oaIebratedi fcnd #h0'6 works at the Prince of Wales Opera House, during the time of the Lystsr Tronpe eannot be for gott...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

Commercial. Friday, 4 p.m. Biohardsos and Wreceh offered, this morning, a number of city and suburban properties at their rooms, Pitt-etreet. T-ere was a very good attendance, but few sales were effected . The first lot offered comprised Pritchaid'd steam flour mills and bakery, King street, including large substantial store detached from the mill, and two spaoioHS shops and stone-built residence, having 52} feet frontage to King-street. £4930 was the highest offer for the lot, which, not beinc considered sufficient, was declined. T-- - erected shops and dw'!- 'J. .. , ^V**!11'^ -? — i ,. r — .uig», Wo. 58 and 60, Goulbnrn nn», W tte north side, between Creoree and Pitt BtreeU. were sold to Mr. R. Fyffa, in £910, No lees than seven well-filled wool catalogues were presented to day, at tbe Chamrxra of Oommeroe, and there was a good s'.tenianoe and brisk competi tion, There are no improvements ir. prices to record. but late rates were fully maintained, and transactions were considered...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. Me. Geoeob Kim's. Mesrtsa.— A meeting ot electors of East Sydcey, favourable to the return of At. GeorgoKinjr, was held yesterday eveni^p, at Mr. Kelly's, Emu Inn, corner of George and Batharst streets. A Urge eamber was collected in and about the house, many wfco could not find room inside crowd ing at the window rearest to the speakers Among those present were Messrs. J. L. Montefiore, I/ppman, B. James, Panning ton, J. Barlow, W. Livp, Hourigan, Batter. FiBher, Phillips. &c Mr. Montefiore was called to take the cfcair. He eccsp'.ed the o4l, ss a piocf of the hearty concurrence in the objeot of the meeting, and in introducing Mr. George King to tho elector present, took occasion to r.mind them of the neoeesity of seleotinfr as their representatives, especially at the present critical r cried, men of inde pendent character, and ef euoh ability and experience as would enable them to judge correctlr concerning questions in whioh the interests of the c...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

The Williams Electorate, — Mr. Mullen has distinctly announced, through the columns of the Maitland Mereurr, that he is not a candidate for tbe Williams: so that if no other candidate can be prevailed open to come forward to oppose Mr. Nawlan, who is a thiot and thin Martin man, to the utter disgust of a very la-ge portion of the ekoto-s here, there eeeme no prospect at present than for him to walk over the field, Dnngog, November 24. Corres pondent. St. Maby'b.— Last night we ha.4 a meeting of a few . of the elector?, for the purpose of considering the ] ro priety of calling a meeting, to euggeat (o the electors generally throughout the eleotorat?, not to pledge their votes to any candidate till after the Sydney deciiuns are over, as it is eipeoted a good eouad, and able pro grfseive liberal candidate will be brought forward. The electors were unanimous in this, and the meeting is to ba held on Monday evening. It has been rumoured about, that Mi. Byan is to eomeont in tbe Parkes Ma...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

ADELAIDE. Thursday. A special meeting in connection with the Chamber o? Oommeroe is te be held this afternoon lo appoint a committee to represent the colony in England iq con nection with wpil gales, &o, . The W66th6f viiii stormy last night. Reports from the fat North s'gte that very heavy rains hive fallen, and tneoiuntry is fioeied The corn market is dull: prioes nominal. The cargo sf teas ex Flodden, were all sold at a reduction on last rates.— Herald;

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART TOWN. Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

HOBART TOWN. Thursday Rioh specimens of quartz have been found twenty three rnileB from Watsrhouie. Arrived. — Australasian Packet.— Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

NEW SOUTH WALES BIFLE AS800IATI0N, The ninth annual meeting of. the New South Wales Rifle Association oommenosd yesterday, at the Paddington butts. Tfcere was a good attendance of liflimeu from ji»ily. all parts -of the colony. The' shooting, whiol vommsneed at 9 o'elocV was very indifferent, but this was entirely owing to the alnoBt gale of wind Whioh continued to blow in wild gusts from the westward during the whole of the da; Consequently the 'craoke' mado ? but small scores, Ih the first match, for 'which there were 182 com petitors Sergeant Brewster, of No. 5 Oompany (the winner of the medal in 1867) took tbe Erst prize with fprtyfive points, being ono over tho highest ecore in a similar maloh last year, rergeant Brewster's ecore yesterday would, ' in all probability, have been eanoidetably higher, had it not b en for the boisterous weather. Indeed the same may be said of many others, who have evidently considerably improved as marksmen during the last twelve months as (he prac...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

ELECTION RUMOURS. Tbe Wollohbi.— Mr. William Robertson Collins has, annouBoed that he U a candidate, but 'defers a definition of his political opinions until the day of nomination,' Nobthumbeblakd — HeetTB. Char! 68 Cleveland and FranoiB Nejlan O'Brien are in the field. - Tee Mubrumeidqeb.— Mr. Maoleay has issued his address to the electors, and purposes meeting them st an earl; period, The d'cme— A requisition to James T. Fallen, Esq., is published in the Albury Post The electors, whose signatures are appended, are induced to requeet him to come forward, as they have been for some years past witaeeeaa of his untiring energy in advancing the prosperity of Albury and the eurroanding district, not only in connection witb its Bydney business relations, bnt aleo as regard's those of Viotoria. Kiluii— Mr, Parkes has addressed the eleotora of Kiama, offering himself for reelection. In again placing his servioesat their disposal, he intimates that his various engagements will not permit hi...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUBBO. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

DUBBO. Thursday Evening. The election excitement in this district is increaa ing.' Mr. Lord's ohief opponent is M r. Plaafeett, Several mobs of oattle are coming up. The Macquarie is rising, from the recent rains, aad ii a good half banker— Empire,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A[?]ALUEN. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

ABALUEN. Thursday; Dr. George Underwood Alley has issued placards announcing his intention to contest the Braidwood doetorate, in the event of no local candidate ooming forward of known constitutional principles and opinions fivtrarable to progress and; reform, He expreews his political views under thirteen heads. Advooates retrenchment of heads of departments, law reform, and edaoation,— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTORATB OF ORANGE Orange, November 15th, 1869. TO THE HONORABLE SAUL SAMUEL COLONIAL TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

BLEOTORATE OF OEAKGE Orange, November 15th, 1869. mO THE HONORABLE 8A.UL SAMUEL. JL OOLOWIJLL TBEASUBEa. Sib. — We, the undersigned Electors of the toiva asd district of Orange, pitiful for the p«at interest yon have always evinced in cutters pertaining to the prosperity of the Western distriot, aad oanvinoed that 'the polioy yon hare always Baintaised will be sup ported to the utmost of yonr nbiiity snd in the interest of the residents of this locality, re*p«!trnlly beg tfe't you will allow yourself to be plaood in nomination as repr eentative of the Elfetoral District of Orange at' the approaching general e'eotioa. We further pledge , ourselves to ubb our utmost endeavours to eeonre yonr return in the event of yonr complying with this request We remain. Sir, yours most obediently, Andrew T. Kerr, J.P. Edwin Price Bobert Frcet Arthur Mbad. junior .Tamrs Dale, J.P. George Hanke, junior William Dale, J.P. Francis Cornwall John Woodward Thomas Denning ? Henry Biker J. A. Denning Nelso...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

MELBOURNE, Thursday. A very_ heavy westerly gale raged early this morn ing, oaaeipr some slight casualties amongst the shipping jn the harbour, t There ere C9 signs pt tbe Flying Squadron at the Heads jet The R.HA Malta arrived at 1 p.m. She VJS «°m *!lp.C co eWd out to eea during the worst of the gale. Further heavy rains are reported to the north of Adelaide. Business is dull, pending the delivery of the advices by the mail steamer — Empire, An address of sympathy, oontaining aleo expres sions of confidence in hie ability, has been presented to Osptain Kerr, late of the chip Victoria Tower, Bigned by fif tv-eii leading firm?. Captain Eerr is a pa'eenger by the Great Britain. The Argus protege against the Government propo sition te make the railway terminus at a distance frem the river, and constructing a road across Woodonga Flat The Great Britain left the Bay this morning, taking 24,000 ounces of gold.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TH[?] HON. JOHN SUTHERLAND FOR PADDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

TH-: HON. JC)HN SUTHERLAND EOR PADDINGTON. LIST of ELE0TOK8 who formed themselvi's into a Oocamittec, at a meeting held at Paddmgion on 19th November, to seoure the returo to Parliament of the Hon. John Sutherland : — % W. Smart BobHt Steele Alderman Woods, J.P. Jobn Steele WilliBtn HtalFtt, J.P. Thomas Steele John B. Begg Wi'^m Steele W J. GrtEory Andrew Sieele tidurge 'Jobtr:.a William M-Mah J. P. ^mith Bobett K'Mah John bealey John Paul John M'Quade Williaoi Adair John Elliott Alexander Adair Jiihn H-ndocck John Adair William Whalen Eicherd BhortUnd George Ecight Thorsae Jones Bernard Oaesidy Thomas Partle John Crowe Tfcomas Hogan Bichard Furlong ? Aleisndsr Shsphwd William Ferlong Jobn Maney ?William Court Jam«s Kennedy Edmund Doaoon JohnDeety John Eyaa Robert Spence Alfred Lewis James M'Burney Bobert H, Foy liobe't Styham Oharlee Campbel.' P, Bowes John liVEch Bobert Lncai Bobert Campbell T, M Less Henry Hudson W. Peters Junes Wha'c-n J. White Jobs 'vha!en B, Joycor John (Jray ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

ADBLONG. Thttrflday. Mi. E. G. Brown addressed a large and influential meeting of electors at the Adelong Hotel last evening, when a unanimous vote of oonb'denoe was reeorded, A large committee is formed to eeoore bis return. - Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE FR[?]E AND I[?] ELECTORS OF FAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

TO THE FRiyF. AND I*-'DhP?ND:-.NT ELECTOBS OF FAST STDMEY. Gentlemen akk Fellow Elect as, - Alety of you will remember that whon you elected me to a sent ia the Municipal Conncil on tho last ecossion. I publicly annennced from the baloosv of the Town Hall mr lEtentioa of eseking your snffrsges for a eeat in ths Parliament of the oountrv at the next general elec'ion That iesue is now before you, and I have bsen strengthened in my determination to Eland by many flattering promises cf support. Be' ween now end the polling day jou will havn aap'.e oppoisnn'.tKB of becoming acquainted with my political creed, thongh I have no doubt that it is pretty veil known to most of you from a long personal ancfintimaie arqucic&no-. _ Having held a seat in the Civic Oouccil of (his city for eome riDe years, toy public conduct and Totie on matters of general public interest bave neceesatily been permanently before you; find I believe I c&n s»y withont egotism tiat they chould entitle ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

To Andrew Kerr, Esq., J.P,. James Dale, E^q , J.P., Robert Frost, Erq., John Wooaward, Eeq., William Dale, Eeq , Mesi-rs. NeUon Brothers, and the other gentlemen eigniug the requisition. Gentlestbn, — In compliance with vour very flatter ing requoet, I now offer myself as a 0andidat3 tor the representation of your diatriot in the new Parliament. It ie now more than fifteen years since I first sought, as an fidvooate of Free Trade, the suffrages of the Elecio -s at Orerge, then a portion of the Electoral Counties cf Roxburgh end Wellicgton; end it is gra'ifjifig to me to find from yonr requisition, that after so long a period I still ratovi theeonfiienoe of many who then aidid in eeouring my return to the cM L^gulatire Countil. As tbe Minister ohsrged rpeeially with fiscal mat tore, I bave ept'oavourod on several ccaatiorie, in propo sitions for raising revenue, so to legislate as to relieve trade rnd opmmeroe as much as peasible, belioving that restrictions are calculated to n tard ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

A™ TRADE /Of. MARK O . MANUFACTURER 4 TjiUNEBALS. FUNERALS, MSSSK6. C. KISSKLA, aad RONS, rnderlakere, Its retumir.jr thanki io their friends sal the peblia it CMeral for the kinH patrrnage bastoweiJ oa them dor. iag ihe Jssl thirty yrsrs, bsr; to iafcrra them they lisvf epeued another Beanch Establishment, GeorgeAtreet, directly opposite Ohriat Oharoh, and having imported as additional get cf Ortiah Plmnes, which being tbe En. 9; end most c?ir.p!et9 ia-tho oslony, tog-Hher vita all o-ft-r rtqaircaeEtfl appertaining to thetrmle, which plencs tfcera now in a position to ccrdnct Furerals s^iestXTtkao any otLeF ffefcabiisbmeut in t)if colony and v. the side letppctotle Ear.ner as hetetcfor?, foi wbir.h. they have always held nuoli a tig'd reputation, K.B,-P)face note tie Address: 363, Sasspx-sireet Svttt«-,!iCarOddfc!lcss' iiaUi 118, Ronlb Head Roa^, cs&r Croaa-strcft ; &mi 7SS, Owrge-street direoti^ rppost* Ohnet liburaK PUNERALa FUNERALS. MeeBrs. J. and G. SHYING, of ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

TO^THE ELECTOBS OF THE COUNT? OF NOBTHUMBEBLANU. Genilkmbb,— After very careful ooueidtrntion, and ; ?ncoaraged by promites of support from a great num ber cf tleciors, I liave ieii lei to plaoe myself at jour dieposaliiBaCANDIDATufor the xepreeem&tion of your Elcc orate in ths new Parliament, I bave been for severs! years, as most of yon are aware, largely identified with the interests of the County of Northumberland, and more especially with the Port ot Newcastle. lam now -more than curing the tiae I resided in your district) intimately connected in my business transactions with all that relates to the progress of your Electorate. I may state that, ia ibe course of the Us; two year?, my shipping oat of the Portof Newcastle has amounted to 25,000 tone, and my business ie steadily increasing. I refer to this only to prova that I am deeply interested in the welfare cf your district I am aware thst representations have been m-ie to the effect that I am put forward in this elec...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 26 November 1869

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. MARRIAGES.   By special license, at the residence of the bride's parents, Shepherd-street, on Thursday, the 25th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Mr. Benjamin GRIFFITHS, junior, watchmaker, Muswell- brook, third son of Mr. Benjamin Giffiths, senior, watchmaker, West Maitland, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. James BLACK, builder, Shepherd-street. On the 20th instant, at her mother's residence, 400, Sussex- street, by the Rev. Dr. Steel, James Burns Currie, only son of James Currie, of Glascow, Scotland, to Martha, third daughter of the late Thomas Armstrong, DEATHS. On the 30th June last, at her late residence, Fattaugh, county Monaghan, Ireland, at the advanced ags of 87 years, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Matthew McMahon, and mother of Francis Esq., J.P., of Ulladulla. On the 18th instant, at her residence, George-street, Parra- matta, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Joseph Craig, a native of North Shields, Northumberland, Englan...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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