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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

«-— -— ? M in. -, , ,'l ? .. .. ? ^THB-QOBEHSti»D''CAiCRJ&i^rAifb iBCHJBAii^ TheBriBbane Courier mentions, that at the time when the piiblipteeoationer went to Bockhampton tooarry «nt^lie«l»st dread sentence of the law' on Griffin', it ia said 'tbat-he came into company with Archibald, bow tuulat sentence of death,- who abased him greatly for thp unpopular position he holds in tbe Colonial to haw replied to.tbe insulting language used towardB ana by saying, 'thene«-time I come to ©ookhamp ton, Archibald, I will hang. jou.'!__Tbe hangman's prediction will cot be realiied, as Archibald's appeal will not be^jptd .till nest month ; bnt when he made the retort he could have had do idea that there would have been so clpse a chance of bis assertion becoming truth. j DssTBDrtrrvB Hak, akd Thuhdee Eiobkb— Tbe Western Eaiininer contains in socaunt of a hail storm by -whiek the distriot was visited last Fridav ?evening. ThUeonree --i the storm wo«ld teem to have been oonfined to an are...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court-This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Coroner's Court —This Bay. This morniDg, at the Observer Tavern, the City Coroner held an inquest on the body of a man named Corneliui Harold, Tkeevidenoe proved that deceased had bten engaged on baart the ship Bssoiute, and that at 11 o'clock of the morning of Saturday last he was encaged aloft, on du'v. he came down. com. plaining of a pain in his chest, meantime patting his chest with hie hand. He sat down on a spar, and the eeooad officer spoke to him, bnt got no reply, bhortly afterwards deceased told the- boatswain that he had not hurt . himself, bat still felt .the pain in hi» side,', saving that there was -something fte natter with fai« heart, and he would jK-t be ablflttgo in the«up.- Dr. Shaw -was'1 sent for.'.and meanwhile deceased laid down in the forecastle, where he was seized with i severe cramp and died. When Dr. Shaw^ came onboard deceased was dead. He was »bow85' Wars of age. and apparently . a German. JJeoelBSa Ead recently come out of the Infirmary. Dr. 8a»W made...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Failure of Australian Meat Agents. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Failure of Australian Meat Acente. Messrs, JobnM'OaU and Oo., preserved provision merchants, have stopped payment. Their liabilities are estimated a*, about £50.000; but no information 111 yet transpired with regard to the probable result of toe liquidation. It is presumed that looses have been ?made upon Australian meat, of whioh the firm were '»»5.™Ps*»W«j as. well as in connection with the 'People's Market' in the Whiteohapel-road, which was established by the partners, but. closed some time ago. The books have been placed in tbe bands of Messrs 'Cooper Brothers and-Oa., the accountants.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The English Pedestrians for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

-Bie^Bnelirii Pedestrians for Anstaralia. - Ifo-awwmj&tasfouna leading pedestrians more '?|*W?»J§nIfe*fa8 strath country orioketere to the *Mi£PHiP-» «f AuatteliBn gold, and has made -MiSJtgemlnt with Bird, Hewitt, end Gaorge Topley. TMy.left London by tin I/incoinshire en September «MdH to tbe old ooantry in « land where love of sport u se thoroughly imbued in the minds of the people as it is'in England. Hewittand Bird took a joint benefit Wore starting, at the Koyal Pavilion, Sheffield, and ?there was a crowded house on tbe occasion.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Cricketing Team for Australia [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

. The -Jricketlng Team for Australia ?me Hitch between English cricketers and the agent employed to engage them for a trip to Australia is likely lo be adjusted, and the following professionals Jfill form the 'eleven':—!, C. Shaw. A. Shaw, J. Osoroft, F. Siloock, Willcher. Marten, Jopp. Poolev, Humphrey, Griffiths, and Sjwnertoo. The voywe 'Trilltemadeearly in October.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Reported Safety of Dr. Livingstone. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

The Beported Safety of Dr. Lwinestone. _ Mr. and Mrs. Lee, tbe late missionaries who left Zanzibar in Jane, and have jost arrived st-Falmoutb bring, intelligence of Dr. Livingstone, but sot of a date so late as wos stated in yesterday's telegram. Dr. Livingstone was seen about fourteen months since by an intelligent and apparently trustworthy Arab at Lake Targanveka, and he was then making his way to tbe western part of the lake. No doubt of his safety bl first heard of »t Congo, or some other place on llttt West Ooaot of Africa, — Evening Standard, 8th 'Ostober, A New Damocles ? The Duke of Edinburgh is now talked of as a 'likely young man' for the throne of Spain. Gil Bias, the Punoh of Madrid, represents 8enior Olozaga leading our sailor Frinoe forward, and pointing ont to him the empty throne, over whioh, after tbe story of Damocles, there is a sword suspended by a hair. The Prince is in the attitude of eyeing it through a glass; and remarking, 'Yes, it is very pretty; but for m...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY-November 29 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

. DIABY,— NovmmiEB 29 8m 6ua K«oB I Kooe J^WsUj . b k ! h-w, I rTja! j J^ j b,m. I h.ra. i.ii '6 52 ! 22a.m. f 1 48 j S.S8 I H6 Dec —New Moon ? 3rd 8a 46.0tt)i a m. %'bt $toening ^etos. MONDAY, -iOVEMBBH 29, 1869.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Double Murder at Wood Green. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Doable Murder at Wool Qrtttni ; 'A tragedy of a very' shocking oharaoter took plac* at Wood Green, a suburb of London, on Bepttmberil, The viotims are a yonng woman named Maria Death, and ta gentleman named William Boyd; and t^r murderer is » yonng carpenter of the name of HinTSu woo . coaaoiieu witn usain jaintpn ana uoyasfid1 both separated from their wives, and were living with other women. :From what we' can gather' tnAh reliable source, tbe intimacy of Boyd with Death gav» rise to a feeling of jealousy on tbe part of Hinson, which led to tbe murder, Mr. William Boyd) whtfSf reported to be a man cf considerable wealth, living In a house of his own, called Elder Cottage, in the Bouhdsgreen-roaa, and Hineon and Death lived in ft cottage made out of a summer -house in s, garden at th« baok of Keller Cottage, in the Tfuro-road, The gardens of the two houses were contiguous, aadithe intimacy which had sprung up between Boyd and Death, was most assiduously cultivated by the foratt. No...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

AvsTBAtiiANB of the presont generation have opportunities 'which have perhaps never before fallen to the lot of a nation in its infancy, of deriving, and transmitting to their euocessors, the wisdom that may be taught by what oocurs in older oountries. It is an advantage which no previous generation in any of the British dominions has possessed examples have left their impress upon the page of history, there has been no time like the present for dissipating the fogs of con ventionalism in politioe and government, and for diving to the bottom of the mere oant by which the world has been ruled. If, therefore, it be trae that the people of Australia will before long be called upon to ohoose their own lorm of Government, they will not be without abundant materials to assist them' in forming a judgment. Sbams are being divested of their tinsel, intolerance and prejudice are receiving heavy blows in all directions, apd things are beginning to be called by their right names. When we see th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Fatal Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

A Fatal Tragedy. Another terrible tragedy has been enacted in Poplar A man named Jonathan Judge, his wife, and their two ohildren, were found dead on September 14 in the bsdroom of their house, Bromley Cottages, Bt. Leonards-road. The family had been suffocated by means of tbe fumes of charooal An explanation of the crime is found in the fact of the man, who was a driller. Amnlnvorf in tha nn*,atv..#if.nv- n(- :-.._ .i.:« having been out of work for some time. This was known to have preyed on his mind. On examining the premiees carefully, two letters were found, on-of which contained the words:— 'Give the eight-day dock to Ben. Jonathan TJudge' The other was a much larger document, It minutely specified tbe household things of whioh the family was poa BSEted, and directed thfir distribution among their re'atives It wae signed, or at least purports tb?be signed, by 'Jonathan Judge' snd 'Clara Judge,' and thie circumstance seems to nave induced the supposition that Judge persuaded his...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. DUBBO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Telegraphic Intelligence, ThisDay. uiJBBO. Monday. ?? Considerable sensation hu f rum in DnbbOj be it appears that the hustings are to be erected in the pub lio etreet, and not in a -central position. - Complaints are general among the inhabitants, and petitions Are to be forwarded to the Government against ;ij, ? The groond in front of the oourthouse lias alwaje been the former site for the hustings, and it ie centrally situ ated. ' ... Fatty feeling, with regard (6 the -election, runs high. , . ' : ????-? Saturday, Tbe Post-offiR and stores at Montefiore'e have been burned down. . . ?.:'.. ?'' .. — Mr. T.'M:.- Manning, one of the proprietors of tbe Dabbo Dispatoh, haa ieeaeJ posters, notifying hie -n- tentioa to. oon test the eleotortte of tbe Bagan. -'Sr Mr. Manning has reoeivfd a requisition to allow himself to be nominate?, and oomplied with tho request: It is anticipated that his oppesition to Mr. Lord wil. bs BDcoeeBful.— Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extraordinary Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Extraordinary Tragedy. Wonr Paris a mots horrible tragedy nas been enacted — awholefamily, mother and six children, having been murdered in tho most cold-bloodei tnd deliberate manner. L'o Quineey wculd Lave quoted this as a striking instance of Muidtr raised to tbe dignity of one of tbe Fine Arts, for tfee cooJmew tnd energy of tb^murderer were extraordinary, Tbemnrder, both in ite design and execution, will always rsnk among the first illufitrfltifttlfl nf tho a»f . cn-3 inj^uul f~m »-»» p!eteneBBTiria~daring, is almoet nnmatched in the records of crime. The murderer (Trtupmanc) is barely twraty years of age, but hea loufc been noted for hie extraordinary strength and daring. He had become intimate with a family namtd Kinck, woll-to-do people at Soubaix, in French Flancere, and he apfears to. liave -deliberately 4!onocotEd a plan fo: murdering the- whole family, and then posaeesing himself,, by personation said -fr»nd, of all the property they possessed. Be was favoured in this se...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

ADBLAIDB. . Saturday. The Eon. J. Hodgkisa, who Was thrown from hie baggy a few days einoe, is hudly; expected to re cover, ? .- -^ - ??? The corn market is unaltered. Weather fine, bat the -glass is -again falling — Herald. AiTKin-T so Commit Edtotdb.— On Saturday night a man named Bobert Jonei (tempted to commit suicide by hanging himself. Us had been drinking pretly',heayily, an,d not having received his wages, pro ceeded to put an end to bit life My hanging himself to a tree «l tbe rear of Botany-atreet, Surry HUle. Asutbo Balis Oompant.— By the Eing Oscar, which tmbbI arrived from Adelaide on Batatdav. Ui« Aerated and Fermented Bread and;BisouitOompany have imported additional plaHt, which will enable them to more than donble their present prodnotion of bread The demand hitherto^ bwn, oonsiderably in ezoeee Of the company's means of production; so much sp, that the; have been^nipellBd'ito decline agencies in many o£ the most populdM enbsrbe as well as country towns along tbe li...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Louis Napoleon's Illness. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Lonis Nauoleon's Illness. There has been s gre;t deal of goBsip during the last month respecting the health of the Emperor of the French. Humour has circulated the probability of a forma! abdication, and that tbe Prince Imperial would be proclaimed Emperor, with tfce title of Napoleon IV., tbe present Eaptror holding office as President of tho Council. The Emneror'a love at power renders the tale highly improbable. ? ! The health of ihe Emperor has improved, and th^ Empre63 has started on her long-contemp.sted jonrnty to the Bast. , Bishop Se!wyn:6 indisposition haB been so severe, fast his MichBelrsBs ordination was held in tichfield Cathedral by the Bishop of Wellington. LaterreporW state that the biflbop ie improving in health. :

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS.—November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

ptup|unfcr~\/T ABBrVALS.— November 27; , Eangatira, steamer, 460 toss, Mcpre, from Me! bottiap. Passengers— Mr. and Ure.\3iRelew/Bev. Mr. Sttsderland, Messrs, G, Eose/O \Y. Jerson, J. M. Oonnell, and 20 in the steenpe, A.S.N. Co. agents. Ebj OsMr, ^baraua, J&g. tone. Bulliwa, . team. - AdeUide45tfe ieetaBt. - Captain agent. Hunter, steamer, 310 tons, Garde, from Merirabula 27th November. Pwsengers - Mrs. Colly, Messrs. Dale. King, Oaptain Sullivan, and 6 in tbe steerage. -L8JS.-Jo,«genU. ? r- ? - ?- -Jj»4y Young, '*teame?r^~tone, MilmanV-frbttr Brisbane 25th instant. .Peesengera— Mrs. Mitohdl, MissHedley, Ueasts, .Franklin, Greeiside, J.'JButtor neld.aJiOsnsdell, and9ia the eteorage. AS,N do, agents. . . Aiieia e. efeimer, r— tors, ? . from .Will iop- ton y'm Nelson, 2lst icftsnL .Passengers -JUte, Andrews a»d child, lire. Rishwortb and intam, Messrs, Maeon, Fryman, Csllitis, Biddal. L°.idley, Ireland, and Co. ngeme. Dandenongr, ete'mer, 575 tone, Pain, from M»l bourne 25.ii...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

VJABRAMATTA AND BIVB! JL 8TB4MEE8. -' at about Half the Hallway Bates. OnSONi'AY: Front Syifcey— 9.19. S.1S,61& Frem Paramatta— 7, 12, 48ft Calling at Hnntei'a Hill, Five Dock, GrlBaesrUJi ? Byde, Newingtoa, ErmingUin, SobSaco. Children— Saloon, return, 6d, only. SSsiiiSglig SYDNEY TO THB HOBTTKR. TO-MOBEOW, TOBBDAY NIGBT, at 11, tb MOEPKTH. *VvVOASTI«l TO ETDKBT. - The PATERSON TOMOBBOW. TOEBDA1 EVENING, at 6. ? JT. THOMAS, S&usa.js*. Offices, fast «i Msrfrei-afTMt. JgSliRl^s. A fiXBASI HlTIGATION COM JSggggfgSPA'!'ry''S HtSAKSHIPS— TO HUKTBR BIVSB. OOLL&BOY, To Night, Monday, at 11. TO 5CEI.BOUBNB. CI r Y OF ADELAIDE, Wednesday Afterao-r, at 131 - arts-Cabin, £3; return, £5 10a ; Saloon, £6; «tnra. £10; Stoerap* £1 10a. To ADELAIDE direct, en route lo KING GEOEGE'f SOUND. ALEXANDRA, Weuiesday Afternoon ot 430, TO AUCKLAND, AUCKLAND, Wednesday, 8-h December. TsMrj| PacBCBgtrs and Cargo for all tfet Ports in tii. Norlbtzn leUcd. . TO BBISBANE. Steamer, Wednes...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Mr. Jos=ph Noble, cf George-street Sydney, has been on a. vis t of inspection in the Braidwooddutrict, and in a letter to the Dispatch reports very favcarably of the emntrr near -Ur. Holland's reeidence, at CoraEg-, near Narriga, The hay crops in the vicinity of Bathuret have been TfrV much lninrAri hv f h« Infa r&ina Pbilcip Wabd -Electiok.— Mr. T. Bt. Slatterv aeeires us to Ptare that bis same was affixoa to the document nominating Mr. John Bryan as alderman for the above ward, eithont his knowledge orcoaEent SnocETKo Ooocbbekce — Yesterday, seniorconsta He_ Cannon, in consequence of information received, Shore, and breaking in the door, discovered the dead body of a man named Henry Bnrris The body was in a frightful state of decomposition, and had evidently wen much cat«n by rata anJ other vermin. Itappisartd by investigation that the man had been employed by Mr. Francis Henry Grundy, to take charge of the house while it remained empty. He was last seen about a fortnight ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Commercial. _ . . . Monday, 4 p.m ucsinecs is fiiraost at a s-andetill to-day. Neither at auction nor privjtely hive transactions worthy of note been *ff o ed, tie arrival of home letters and tie iBf-xbauatible elections a eorbing all attention. Freur is Tory dull of nUo at £13 per ton for beet Adelaide, the highest quotation given, whw:. 6i to6»6iprr buslel; Cape barley costinses at2= 91 to 8s; English ditto, 3j9J to 4«; bran, 16J ; mairo ie still receding ui price, 83 4d bem; the higaeet -juotation; Hunter Biver hay continues plentiful— luonae at 83a't6 42s Gd oaten at 40a to 50', psr ton ; straw, 30i to 10s; fowls, Zs Gd to 8a p^r pair; duofce, 8= 61 to 4s; geeee, 6* to 7s; tarfreye, 6j to 12i; tggi, 7d t3 8d per down ; bacon, 8J1 to 5id per !d. j ocione, 8s to 10s per owt.; potatoes, 8s to 5i 6d ; swre piKe, 2id to 3d per lb ? calves, 10a to 25s each; lides, 6i to 20j,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

TO THE ELECTORS OF 'WEStfF LTDjSEY. ' I ??'???? ? GBSTLEiiEs, - On the advice of the Ministry of j wkich I am s member, his FmJlsncy ifcu Governor e - has dissolved Parliament At the suggestion of ] numeroue friends, and in accordance *ith the course t which I took Eoenccessfuiiy sttbe last general election, , I now respectfully preseat myself as a candidate for one of tie seats at your disposal. ' ( Yon are- doubtless aware that the necessity foi the ) present appeal to the country was precipitated in a , manner unprecsdejited ia the ParlismeDte'y himojiy of ( any British community. The Colonial Treasuier.on ] the 14th October, made hie financial statement, exhi- , biting that the rsTenae receivable for the year 1869 ( Will largely czeeed that cf 1868; ibit while the j expenditure tor 1868 exceeded Ike icc*me of that ] year by £135,000, the income of this will exceed its expenditure by absut £80,000; that he would be able , to giw up the newspaper taion the 1st Jannary next, gnd to...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Suicide of Lord Justice Patton. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Suicide of Lord Justice Patton. A painful excitement has been caused in Sootland, at first by the mysterious disappearance of the Lord ?Fustics Clerk Patton, aid subsequently by evidence that his lordship had committed euicide. The inquiry connected witb tbe Bridgewater election is tbocght ii have troubled hie mind. It ie BEserted that scarcely a month hte eisp td since hit elder brother died euddcnly whilst shooting on the G-lcnalmond HillE. Mr. Mon creiff ie appoinwd successor to Mr. Patton.

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