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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

ST A S BrB O-W K R T T BUILDING SOOIETT, No. 2. 8tle of £300 TCESD.VY, Novenber 30:h, at 9 No member In arreara »l|ow-d to partieinata, B 7 order Ol C. ie Board. T: MILCEE, Seoretarj. To Furniture Driers and others, LI S T E tt and SON will sell by suotim at tbeir Kooms, 204. Pitt etreet. TO-MORROW, November 30. 1869, at 11 o'clock, A large quantity of household furniture, removed to theiiooms for convenience ot sale, consisting of bedsteads, beJdinp, ooushea, meat fafea, tables, chairs, glass and orockeryware, kitchen utensilf, aud eundries. No reserve. iT s! PHILLIPS will sell by auction at the Central Loan OSoe Auction Rooms, 6!', King-atrtet, opposite Chartered Bank, on TUESDAY, 30tb, and WKDNESDAX, let, each day at 1 1 o'olook, At riek of tbe former purchasern, Gold bantine -watch and {old albert, No. 40B46, maker, B-u-ne; gold chain, revolver, gold and silver watches, 'jeuellerj, elethiog, fapcj goods, and sundries. CHEAP JOHN, 208, Pitt-street, opposite Victoria Theatre, next...

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

Ireland. As regards Ireland, tbe conviction graws stronger that the land question must be dealt with. A great tenant-right mepting was held at Maryborough, on Sunday, £6th September, attended by about 15,000 penona. Over the platform was erected two grten banners, boring the inscriptions ' Erin-go-Bragh,' and ' God save Ireland ' and in the centre motto ' Happt uuujesuu »ivniB itcc, i.uv minority oi [nose pre sent wore laurel leaves in their hats, er attached to their coato, and many displayed green neckties. The following resolutions were adopted :— ' That there oan not be either peace or prosperity in Ireland eo long us the present ornel and uejiet relations between landlord and tenant are allowed to exist.'— 'That while the present laws relating to the soil confer unlimited ownership on a few individuals, the people of Ireland can only regard these as land laws existing without securing home or property, and without sufficient motive to labour lor more than will meet the in'erest...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Albert and the European Assurance Offices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

The Albert and tb.9 European Assurance Offices The suspension of the Albert Life Assurance Office has led to the issue of an order from the 'Vice- Chancellor to wind up the company ompulserily. The lookless policy holders have been informed by adver tisement that tbe order does not dispense witb/ the necessity for the payment of Ttnewal premiums, and that in default of such paj-m-fat their policies will lapse. Tbe discredit brought upon ell assurance offices oannot be cacnlated. It mu»t be (fetrimerjtal to evtg the meet discreetly managed. The deepest ooffspm ib said to have been caneod in Calcutta, where (he Albert hianob had enjoyed for several years tbe confidence of residents in Indie. 'Thie society wa« one of the first insuring tho lives of natives of India, and about one hundred Hindoos are comprised in the list ef policy holders Fast experience of the valne of such effectiosate protection for families is described by a Borrowing sufferer as such protection as yultures give to...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arrival of the Mail Destructive Gale-Fearful Disaster London, October 8, 1869 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

irriwil «T the Mail Destructivd Gale-Featfiil Disasteri : ' London, Ootobtr S, 3839 Since ^eet month's mail left Ecgland, the equiuootiRJ gales tcvo pet in from tie eeulb-weet, ntd pre*t damage bee beta the result Tbe Channel Islands have 'been visited bj- rougher weather than i'a? bwn known for many years.T/Xhe sale i* df scribed sb bavir.g tjteo f«BO9SalU9KD5 it.s^JaeiA J'he moat fearful difaeler recorded ocenrred to tbe Lady Wrdebouse, from tiondon forDnblin, when off Beechey Head, and in a sevferu gale. Forward, on He port Bide, were stowed B6Vt-ral barrels-of paraffino . .oil, nnd on the starboard fidfl esvpral caeesof iucifer matohee and vessyiana, One of tho barrelB-of paraffine broke away, and rolling against one of the oases of mitches. etove it in; .friction is suppoeed to have ijrnited the matches, and shortly the deck was;covBTed with fire.it heviug the appearance of one oheet of flame. The calmness Tind courage of the captain and orew led to the veteel'e head beiDg brou...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Father Hyacinthe and the Holy See. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Father Hyacinthe and the Holy See, ? ''Here's Metal more Attractive,'— Fthtr H-e- cinthe, a monk of tbB Order of the CarmBlitef, hae been preaching eloquently, earnestly, and persuasively in'Patia during the' last-five years. Crowds have Vjcf* attracted, drawnby Jus extraordinary power of Eptech aud Jiborality of ifcritimekt. Toleration was proclaimed in the Madeline, and at Notre Dom*?; freedom of thinght brought overflcwibg audiences; . but bt appears to have excited -nvy and ejEpicion, and st lfst he is blamed where he was commended, and is told to moderate his language, oriemain silent. ' That which fallowed will be beet told bj extraots from a lattr written by him to the general, o£ his order in Home Addressing the Very Beverend Father, he F»yet '? Daring the five yea:« cf my ministry & Notrt Dami de Paris, and notwithstanding the open attacks »- d secret acouaations of whioh I have been the objeot. your esteem and your confidence have never failed . me. j preserve nume...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dr. Cumming, the Pope, and the [?]Ecumenical Council. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Dr- Camming, tbe Pope, and the (Ecumenical Council Dr. Cummiag's hope that he might be admitted to the coming (Ecumenical Council, to be held at Borne, has been snuffed out, ' He had written the Pope, but the Pope ba9 not oondeecended to honour him with a specimen of his caligraphy in return. Tbe fur-seeing expounder of prophecy, it. would seem, had calculated that the objeotof the Council was free discussion. It the invitation to the Catholic Ohurcb bad not indicated otnerwuw, very little reflection on the conetitutien of the Papacy would have shown that the fundamental principles of such a gathering must include th» nnJis puted infallibility of the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Dr. Gumming, perhaps thought1 that bis Holiness was abont to take counsel with Christians of all denominations, and so saw millennium eigns- for- getting that, lisa as the wife interpret. d conjugal unity when she admitted that -her husband and bereelf were, one, but strenuously maintained thaUhe wa^tb...

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

OEANGB. Saturday. Mr. Henry Parkes has announoed hiauelf, by placard (this morning), as a candidate for Orange.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Central Criminal Court-This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Central Criminal Court— Tftis Da?. (Before his Honor. Mr. JneUce Cheeke.J _ _ raAUD0LBKT INSOLVENCY. DsnU Mactinlay, who had on Wednesday last been arraigned on a charge of fraudulent insolvency, and had claimed four days tu plead, was this morning called upon and pleaded sot guiltv. JjiueE Rogers and George O'Brien, arraigned Wider similar ciicometanoes, also pleaded not guilty. Tn nnncenimnna nf the nViKP.nf.? of both the OanCEel for the Crown and the prisoners, tbey being engaged at the 6upreme Court. Tbe cases ware poetpoeed till to-morrow (Tuesday) at 10 o'clock.

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

MELBOURNE. . .I,,'. , .. . ISacurday night a. grsna juasonio a'amatio pertormanoe tafiee place in aid of the funds for the erection of additional Free masons' almehouse', en Wednesday evening nest, under the patronage of his Exoeilenoy the Gevaraor, Brother Major-ffeneral Sir Trevor Chute, O.B., fe, Messrs. btandish, Fliher, and Leonard, the bendi caDpero to the Viotoria Racing Olub, have resigned. Tne Friendly Sooletiee fete, st the inauguration of their new-grounds, was exceedingly well attended, and con cluded with a grand display of fireworks. Tbe action, Baillie and Batters versus 6. F. Smith, brought on an acceptance givenin 1861, for £16 has been postponed. The damaged careo of maite.ei Tower Hill.realized at auction, from 8s, OJd. np to 8s. lOJd. per bnebel.— Empire. The Earopeau Ineuranoe Company directors will oondnot business hue as heretofore, but will net tooept the surrender of polioios until further advised from Bnpl&nd Mr. Bob art Bright, the senior partner i...

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

'lELKmON BVMOURS. . East MATttABD. — Mr. AlBsaoder Dodds is a candi date for ifi-eieotion, : PiTEiOK'e TLiisfi —The 3?on. J, B. Wilson has addressed the electors; ecd.Mr. P. Colleniafiito a candidate for tb&jseat GwxDia.— Mr. Tiomos Eungerford has expressed his willingnesBto enrs, if elected, or te make room for' a better man; should one effer. .... ? ??? ? The HcnIEE. — A reqaieition has. been presented to Mr. Peter Green to eontw- tbe Hunter.- Mr. George Vinden dees not coae forward, The Laobiak.— It is stated that Sit. G.M.Stepben has left Wagga Wagga for Young aad Barrowa, with tbe view (jfcoD'fBtiDp this electorate. ?? -? The TJepeb Huktee, Mr. Josopb. Donnell- Nalaon is a candidate ns an avowed supportEr of tbe Bsberteon Ministry ? Bhaidwood ~ Mr. 5£. W. Kelly is again a candi 'dite for the euffrages of the elec'ors. Tomot.— Mr. E G, Brown is opposed by Hr. E. B. Lynoh, who supports in themsio. tbe. present liberal Government, freo trade, and the repeal- of the ad valo...

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

- GR&FTON. ' Satnndayi The Agnes Irvmp. steamer, arrived on Friday night ; she sails en Wednesday moraine;.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

JSEW SOUTH WALES BIFLE ASSO CIATION. The firing at the Paddiagton. buita waa tesamjed on Friday morning, commencing with tbe Ladies' Match ; the Marksoun's Match, tbe match for* the Association's Medal, the Recruits Match, the matoh for the oil painting, and tbe two remaining ranges of the All comets Hatoh ware shot off, -The weather was note] baisterouo ss on the preceding day, but the ninj ivinfinuar? frt KTaur tfrtlli -tnnail9aMi Kin f \*na ? Jm-!nn tbe whole of the day. 'Mie firing, however, in general, was good, and in some instances ercellelit ^cores were made. Maj or Jaques wie the field effiter in oomaand. The members of tbe mkloh oommittee present were Lieuten&nt-Oolonel -?'Biahardson, UeMM, Brewer,1 8 iron):-, and Captain Baynes, ' AesiitamrSurgeon Danse.y was. also on tbe ground duifnE' lii* .day. the following are the natoes of the winners ,: - Ladire' Match : Oorpoftl Tinsloy, Balmain Com puy, 32 points, first fx'ai, £15 ; Ensign Oooper, No. 1. 31 point*, £10; L...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insolvency Court-This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

Insolvency Court— This Day. 6DBEENDEES, William Brown, late of Bega, now of Bombala. sawyer Causes of insolvency: Losses in business. Liabilities, £77 14?. lid. Assets, £7- Deficiency, £70 14s. lia. Official assignee, Mr. F. T, HumpWy. Matthew Mupgrdvt'.of New Lumbton, miner. Causes of inEolvenoy : L:ng6i:kEfts. Liabilities, £67 7s. 6d. air J. F Mackenzie. Robert Muegrave, of Platteburgh. miser. Causes of ineolvrncy: Losses in basinese. Liabilities, £77 18s. lid. Assets, £11. Deficiency, £66 16j. lid. Official assignee, Mr, B H. Sempill.

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

NOCTHDaBEELAND SELECTION. MB. WiBD it WxLiseno,— Ab'nt three hundred per'om auepdeda meoling. Held by iit. Ward, one «f thooandlditea la tlie Northumberlend election, on rbaradiy-erailiig U«l «t ibo Co-od- ratlre Hole1, W«4«ead. Mr. Tbomu Alnwick pro. sided. K'. tVird, hwiag bean totrudaoei.io Jbe jneeting, einl.i'Dni the reeBor, thai induced biDi' to seek tho'«ii(TreBm of ibe eieotora, and 'to the -firac pltoe etawd thtt he liid Tislled Wdlund first, bcoaon -le-^iad ? bi^n MMcUtad : rtih ? -b.t_ .JeoaUty. Jbafere .-. ip, 4*4i. ffattlad i attvn la xtewcuuQ, vadiq uu jinu qiBiiuu «j^ jDug,wu wbiob Ijb had only left tbreeyeart ego. Ho reminded them' tbithe (raB plrtionladj Intereiieoin tboprOTpiritji ofNow cssUe.and waaeonneetcA «iihtwi-Uiirfl»ptUl«ailppllig»)i»t Tieitcd too port. Us was liceply ooDeero«d, tberefore .'/or tbesnccesaoflhecoiHaryditiricM, «nd hoped ' to ooDllnoe identified with that portloa of the colony, It hid bsen ?SBerted that he wai: the. nominee of aorho of the oo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARQUIS OF WATERFORD SCANDAL To the Editor of the evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

THE MiBQUIS OF. WATBBFOBD S0ANDAL To the Editor of tht Evening Ktws. Sir,— In the Sydney Evekisg News of July tbe 7th; I find on srticle commenting: on *? The elopement of lhe wife f the Hon. Mr. 'JVevelyan, HP, with tke you Dp Marquis of Waterford.' Being the only Mr. Trevelyan ie the Honee of Commons, I beg to inform you, and through you, your readers, that no one of my name was concerned in the affair. I- have never been uiuiitu, uau jl v.m nob iqb idb uub wuiuu - yu(i «rruue owly give me would seem to imply) connected with that branch of the Legislature in which tho Marq'-jis of Wuterfcrd eontinuea to Bit, obeek by 'jowl with, the Fathers of the Church. I remsin, sir, youra lailbfully, ' G. O; T&BViBLTAN. Admiralty, Whitehull, September 15. [The mistake of fbiolijMr Trevelyan oomclams uiu uub n^fpenc tu u nniuitl Ul LUC £,vjLAiau iikwe, but in the headibgfef an extract torn ' Tbs QaesnV UessenEkr,' in jrhiob the name Tret elyan was liaod instewl of VkViWL We regret the e...

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ARMIDALE Saturday. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

ARMIDALE Saturday. Mr. C. T. Weaver has addressed the electors at Armidale. He was well received.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 November 1869

BIRTHS.         On the 16th instant, at her residence, 16, Abercrombie-street, the wife of Charles Williams, of a son. On the 22nd instant, at Blenheim Hall, Carcoar, the wife of J. L. Cobb, Esq., J.P , of a daughter.         On the 24th instant, at her residence, Reiby House, Macquarie- place, Mrs. Edward Masters, of a daughter. On the 25th instant, at her residence, 331, Pitt-street, Mrs. J. Hardie, of a daughter. On the 14th instant, at her residence, Newtown Road, the wife of James Risbey, of a daughter.   DEATHS.   On the 25th instant, at his parents' residence, William-street, Balmain, Walter Henry, the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. John Simms, aged 3 months and 5 days. On the 27th November, at her parents' residence, 90, Parra- matta-street, Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. William and   Bridget Moss, aged 23 years. On the 27th instant, ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

'DEISGE OF.WALE3 OPERA HOUSE. Fourth Week of Bsucioaulfs great Seneaticn Drama of FORMOSA. '? FORMOSA still continues to attract most repcot able audiences eaoh evening ; and, as a moral drama, it has been highly approved, Prejudice and popular outcry kepi many ladies from the dress circle when the play was first introduced; but lately, eince people have seen Formosa, and pronounced it unexceptionable, the tide has set in ; atd the number of ladies that have honoured the theatre with their presence during this wetk equals that of the fair patronage on any former occasion. The drama will be continued for Eome time to come.'— Sydney PSess. To conolude with THE TAILOR OF TAMWORTH. TOKINOB OF WALKS OPERA HOUSE Peeitively the laet FOUB NIGHTS ef F0EM08A, FOBMOBA. FOBMOSA. FOBMOBA. mHEATSE ROYAL ADBLPHI. Lessee ? Mr. LIONEL HABDING. Aoting Manager ? Mr. W. J. Wilson Treasurer ? Mr. A Babbe. Under the sole direction of Alias BOSA COOPER. St. Andrew's Nijjht, THIS EVENING, Toesdaj, November...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Proceedings-This Day. WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate, and Samuel Dickeon, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

FoUoe PrcoeediDgs— TfciB Da*. WATEB POLICE COUBT. (Before the Water Poliee Magistrate, and Samuel Dickeon, Esq., J.P. Several drunkards wen punished. John Nicholson, a seaman belonging to the ship Nourmahal, was charged *ith having disobeyed ord.re, and was eent to gaol for fourteen daye. Charles Solomon, for a similar offence, was eent to cool for seven days. John Booth, an old man aged 75 years, was brought up for protection, and sent ;o the Benevolent Asylum. Mary Wright was ordered to pay 2s. 6d. and 6s, 6d. eosts, for wilfully breasing two squares of glass belong, ng to John Johnson. Thomas M'Kew, for using threatening words towards Wm, Thomas Warren, was ordered to. find saieties to keep the peace for six months, self in £25, and one surety in £25. LicENEiEQ BU6IHES3, — Tbe application of John Douglas Toung, for the transfer, from Emma PulUnger, of the license of the American Hotel George-Btreet, was granted,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Criminal Court-This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeks.) FRAUDULENT INSOLAENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

Central Criminal Court— This Day (Before bis Honor Mr. Justioe Cheeks.) FElxmutssT ursoLASircr. Sepia Maokisly, having pleaded not guilty to a charge of fraudulent inBelvenoy, Mr, Butler and Mr. lanes appeared for the Grown ; and Mr. Salomons, instructed by Jtesara, Curtis and Gannon. BDDeared for the defends. ' - ' The evidence, as given by tbe witnesses in ihe sue of conspiracy was repeated The following witneaes have beeiljxamibed, viz, : Detective Bowden, Messrs. Wright, saleBmin; £ldngh, storekeeper; James Moore, carter to Prince, Oggjmd Co. ; Peter fcutton, master drayman; Denis Dreane, tlmy man ; Mr. Btheridge, broker; and Mr. Weatgarth',- ttaffio manager to the A.&N.OO. 't-. a . -.''?--. The case had not concluded when we'vrent to press.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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