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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Shearing hts bpen commenced in the Braidwood district, snd the clip is likely to bs 8 very good one. There ie a great diversity in eheorer's wages this year, and no fixed rate con be named. It is said that 'the Messrs, Wallace intend to vhesr at all their etstiocs with the oBe set of shearers, comnnnce first st Kiths dale anil going on from thence to their Monaro atitione. Bora Mis-iorabt Socibtt.- One of the agents' of this society, Mr. Druce, writes thus from Nidgery, en theBotfan: — *? I spent ten days at Bourke, snd held services twice on two successive Sabbaths in'tbe Conrtr home. I Titited the hospital almost daily. Thia-far off township oontaiDB between three acd four hundred pEopie. I sold upwards of twelve pounds wortb of books there, and a oolkotion was made of £8]9s. towards the funds of the Bush UieeUnary Society. It requires s minister, and between Bourke.snd toe tur' rounding district one would be Well supported. This mutt hi a fearful country to travel 'in' time of dr...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR. QUARTER SESSIONS.—NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

WINDSOR. i QUAETEE SESSIONS.- NcveubbbS. \ (Before bis Honor Judge Simpson and a jury of twelve.) - John Brewer, of FreBmin'e Beach, ont on bail, was iDdiote.d for having, on tbe 23rd Jut; last, violently sBBialted P. E. Gloeioo , of the sane plaee. Prljonor pletded not noiltt. Hr. Bogers, Crown Proeecntor. Mr. Gannon for prisoner, P E. (Jleeson depoaed tbat ba vent with hit &nj to Wllber foree Common, and wal followed by prisoner, who o»me ni- tobimintbe gorub and laid he wie alangolnery ropie, nnd hnri atnlnn hie RsnliniML He thin eommenoed to BBecult him. and, eooordiDg io witoets'a slolumcnt, threatened to dri?oa piofc through him, wbioh threat, he believed, would bar,e bean oBrrled uut only e dray was heard approaching them, and three men made their eppe»»nce, when prieoner dedoled; but afterwards, in tbe pressnee of iheio men, prisoner struck him and looaened some of bia teetb, and onueed the blood to flow from bis mouth. Robert Dunuten.RiohardlzMro'.and William AUea.l...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

SYDNBI MARKETS. Butchers' meat— Beef, per lb., l&J to 2£d; mutton, Id to ljd ; pork,4d to 5i; veal, 4d; lamb, per quarter. 2s 6d to 3s 6d. Poultry— Fowls per couple, Sa 6d to 3s 3d; ducks, 3s to 4«; geese, 5s to 6s; turkeys, 7s to 16s; pigeons,] Is to Is 3d; rabbits, per pair, 2b 6d to 3s; roasting pigs, each, ,4a BA to 6b. Dairy prod uoe— Butter, per lb., 61; cheese, 6d to 8d ; baoon, 6d to 7d; lard, 6d to 7d ; eggs, per dozen, 7d to 8d. Vegetables— Potatoes, per owt 5s to 6s 6d -, onions, per cwt. 25a to 80s; cabbages, per dozen. 2s to 5s; cauliflowers, 2s to 61; lettuces, 6d to 1b ; cucumbers, 10s to 69; turnips, per dozen bunches, Is lo Is 6d; carrots, Is to Is 6d; par. snips, Is 6d to 2s ; beetroot, 8b to 6s ; leeks, 5s to 6s ; rhnbatb, 2s to 8s ; asparagus, 5s to 6s; celery, 6s to 9s; green peaB,por bushel, is to 5s; French beans, 5s to 6s; broad beane, 2s. Fruits— Oranges, per case, 4s to 9s; lemons, 83 to 12s; apples, 10s to 16s ( 1 loquats, 10s; pineapples, per doze...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Mr. WINDEYEP, asked iiie Secretary for Public Works— 1. Has the attention of the Government been directed to the faot that, since the oonBtrnotion of th« Northern railway, a number of (rest have grown up dose to the line? 2. Is the Government aware that the down train on the morning of tbe 24th ultimo was Stopped by a tree blown down during a storm on the previous night; and that as this happened on an in oliue, there was every danger oc aa, accident ooeurring? S. Will the Government take immediate steps for the clearing of the line and the removal of so obvioue a danger? Mr. SUTHERLAND eaid-1. The attention sf the Government had been drawn to this matter, 2, Tbe train was stopped near Woodford, in conscquenoe of a email sapling having fallen aoroBS the rail. There was no damage done. The driver reported that be could have continued, notwithstanding the obstruction. 3, Everv eare was taken to remove all that could prove dangerous to the traffic Mr. BUBN3 asked ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New South Wales Parliament WEDNESDAY, November 10TH, 1869. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Xfa» Sottifc HMs ptfwtwnt Wedhsbdat, November Win, 1869. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Mr. DBAS THOMSON Boked the Representative of the Government— Has any determination been arrived at by the Government to suspend the payment cf the pension! due nnder the SuperaBnnaiion Act of 1884; and for what xeseoH ? Mr. OWEN answered -Because the funds now U band are insufficient to meet the claims now out standing. COMMONS PEGTJLA.TION BILL. The PRESIDENT eaid this bill bad been Borne time before the House. It was a bill for the protection of {heir fellow men in New Zealand. ItB object wbb to prohibit the exportation from this colony of arms and ammunition to the rebels in New Zealand. He was sorry to find that men could be found who would for a trifling gain supply gun powder and (he like, for the purpoee of carrying on this lamented war. He remembered the time when a trade was earned on between Sydney and New Zealand in human heads. He knew of a circumstance where tbe captain of a vessel went to som...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

DIABY.— Novjotrai 11. 8nn 8an Mwn Moon H»g° Wattr. , B- M, Bissa, Set,,: g^ j;ft,» t-ra 1 b.ma-| h«m. I . k.ta, I h.m. I turn. 4.62 j 636 I p.m. 1 1817»-m | 1.0 | 1.7 Septembm— First Quarter- 11th Id. 0.4m. p.m, ?, %$t evening Jteto* THURSDAY, KOVEMBBH 11, llw.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Camdeh — A correspondent writes us as follows:— ' There is a great soaroity of harvest hands this year in the Oamden district, The wet weather has throwa hay-making and reaping together, and if some hands do not soon viBit'vs much of the hay crops Trill suffer, and reaping will be late. -'- The hay crops are heavy, and wheat very good this year.' . School of Abts.— The third crand miscellaneous concert of Miss Amelia Bailey and Kiss Florenoe Oalzoda takes plaoe this evening, under the'patrenag* of hiB Excellency the Earl of Belmore, at the School of Arts, and they, will be assisted by Signor XTgo Devoti. The programme embraces' a' revival of the lateurite songs: given durisgthe two last concerts, and con cludes with a musioal fares of ' No smoking allowed.' The bill of fare is ' on the whole anSoekingly attractive onr, and it js to, be hoped that the gifted ladies may be liberally jmtronjasd,,, . , ... Jf| SUOAB GBOWTHO IS QtTEBHBLAHDi— Thfl M«0kay Mercury has asoertained thgjield o...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Aftbe what ooonrred in tbe AsBembly yeBterday, it was impossible to entertain a doubt that there would be an immediate dissolution of Parliament It was only ?? question of time between the parties, though it would have been highly desirable that«ome of the measures nrnnosed bv'the Government: should have been passea before this long Parliament was resolved into its constitutional elements, and the colony was left again to the care of her Majesty's immediate idviaere. We participate in the patriotism, but do not share in the alarm, expressed by Sir James Martin in referring to this eubjeot yester day. No donbt the rule of DowHipg street has often been too strong, and the present Secretary of State for the Colonies, being an able man, and a member of buud an administration 01 me auairs 01 me Briti'h Empire as tbe world never saw before for strength founded upon a popular basis, may have issued his mandates somewhat recklessly — it may be— on the inspiration of the ' person named Bogie...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

WATBB POLIOK GODBT. (Before tbe Water Polioe Magistrate.) xneopmius Nantes, charged with having wilfully bro en several panes of glass and a door, the property of BliziMann, was fined 40s. and 15s., with cpBta. The same person was afterwards punished fer indecorons conduct in the Oeurt house. Astley Jasper was brought before the Coirt,. oharge i with having stolen flowers frem the Botanical Gardens. He pleaded guilty, aud was fined 10s. and the value of the flowers, 6s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

The Fltiko Squadbos.— The Flying Squadron ie due at Melbourne to-morrow. Navai, Bbioasb. — Hie Eioellency the Governor has appointed F/ederiok James Jaokson, E;q., to be a sub lieutenant in the Naval Brigade, vice Orook, deoeaeed, Public Pbee Libbaby.— Hie Eioellency the dnvamar inada the following fiDrjointments in thn Publio Free Library, Sydney, to take effeot from the 1st ultimo, viz :— Bobert hooper Walker, Esq., to be librarian; Messrs. Oootor Biohard Havley and Edward O'Brien to be assistant librarians. Public OsAEiTrBS, — His Excellency the Governor has appointed Frrdsrio King, Ecq., to be inspector of Publio Charities, under 80th Victoria, No. 19, vice Bobert Cooper Walker, resigned ; and Mr. Alexander Ogilvie Grant to be first clerk in the office ot the board of management to the Government asylums for the in&rm and destitute— to take effeot from the let instant Aubtbaliak Mutual PjtoviDEira EoccEiT.— Yester- day afternoon a special meeting of the members of the Mu...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS - November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

^tupping* ABBIVAL9.— November 10. Morning Star, ship, 559 tons. Wilfeer. from Man. ri'jus 25th September. Passenger-Mrs. Tittoitoc. M'Donald, Smith, ssd Co., agems. City of Brishare. rtesmer, 503 to;;«. Kw-ht, from Brisbane 8th instant. Passengers -Mrs. Milfordand 2 children, Mrs. C. H. Green, ifeeare. D. Williams, F. H. Pelberlcc, K. R. M'Nish, C. H. Green, T. Norton, G, Hecdenoc, and 7 in the steerage, A.S.N. Cj., agetts. Koveraber 11. M«ry Smith, schooner, 90 toes, Watson, from South Sea Islands 27th altimo. Passenger— Mr. Lewis. J Welsh, egsnt. City cf Adelaide, eteimer, G15 tone, Walker, frem Melbourne November 9th. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs J. HtrriBoB, Mr. and Mre. Darehay and infant, Mrs. M'H&m, Mre. Keown. Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. Mac kenzie, MUs Williams, Miss Trout, Major Strange, Captain Douglae, Messrs. lesaos, J. Wilfrid, J.S.Fieh, Psstsoe, Phelps, Bfsstosd, tea, A. W. Buehsnan, Sssddline. Amos, J. S. Paine, W. Hurdwick, G, Ckecke, W. Woodf, Norfolk, MioMe, W. C. Dangar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

SBflHSr SYDBTBT TO THB HUKTKB. Z^rnm|£ (DAT SIGHT, it 31, the OUT OF l^MORPKTH, TO-MOBBOff. 7BJDAY MOBS .*!«(?* *°. F j. THOMAS Manager, Qfcw.terttf Httket-rfwot. ? BmHB A.U8TBALASIAN X STEAM NAVIGATION COM PAWTB BTKAMBHTPS TO HDNTBR RIVBB. OOOSANBAEA, To-Morrow Night, Friday, at 11. TO MELBOUBNE. CITY OF ADELAIDE, Saturday Afternoon, at 3. ' ?. Ami— Cabin, £3, return, £5 10a ; Saloon, £6; return £L0; Stoeraw. £1 10b. TO AUCKLAND. OUT OF MELBOURNE, Thursday, 18th instant, at 6 p.m. Taking Passengers and Cargo for all ta« Parts in tot Horthsm Island. TO BRISBANE. OUr OF BRISBANE, Saturday Afternoon, at 2. 30, TO MABYBOE0U&H. BLACK 8WAN, about Wednesday Afternoon, at 5. TO BOOEHAMFTON. JAMES PATBB80N, To-Monow Afternoon, Friday FREDK. H. TBOUTON, Kssneer. hJUX. On.'* Wharf. Smsex-street ? — S~T CSTEAM TO MELBOURNE JiniM^ Id DIBEOT. A/HsJsm\e^?^ The favourite cteamship ?0* BLACKBIRD, lOOOTons, Captain W. ROUSE, Will be despatched from the Grafton Wharf, on FRIDAY, the 12th inst...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Commercial* There are no changes to report in tbe prices of breadstuffs, whioh are quite nominal, and sales only cm be effected for immediate retail purposes. The bast of flour can be bad at from £14 10« to £16 per ton ; wheat at 7s per beshel ; maize is easy, is to -s Id b»:ne quotations ; Cape barley is effered at 2» 9i to Ss; English ditto, 3s 9 J to 4b; bran. 15a ; hay (lucerne) is plentiful, with receding prices ; Hunter Biver lucerao is offered at £2 to £2 S3 per ton ; oaten, .£?0 in C-t * bIhv XI lflifn fQ lfta ? rnilAUB tLTtt ncrAin coming into the market, and offered at 12s per cnt ; potatoes, 6s to 7s. Farm produce continues pientifu'— EgRS at6i ptT dczen; fowls, 2i 9d to 8s 3d per pair; ducks, Si 6d to 4a; geese. 6s to 6s 6d; turkeys, 6s to 12s; store pips, 2id to 3d per lb. ; bides, 63 to 20a each. There has been a good supply of fat cattle to hand during the w«k, and trade demands met at about 16a per lOOlbs. Several prime lots have been sold pri vately. Calves are more...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Air AtJTOBiooBAPHT.— In s case of cattle stealinr trisa at the Tass General Sessions, Bobert M Goon gave the following account of his pilgrimage through life :— '? Am an Englishman ; left England about forty years ago; the Government paid my passage out* it wm for my reformation I was sent out; the charge they had against me was housebreaking; I hope I am reformed by this tine, if not in man's Bight, in God's ; twenty-five years sgo I was convicted again out here. our i got a tree pardon; eight years ago I got in again for horse stealing, got three years, and did it aU; was always innooent The Hassacbb at Pbtkoe op Walk Iblahd.— With reference to the horrible massacre of the erew of the cutter Sperwer, Captain Gas ooigne, by the natives of Prince of Wales Island, fte bare intelligence of whioh reached Brisbane on the 19th ultimo, we make the following extract from the letter of August 10:— 'Beferrini; to my predecessor'* letter, dated 26th Jnne, relative to ,theoutter Sperwer, enpno...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court.—This Day. SURRENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Insolvency Court- -This Day. firramiifnKHfz John Caesidy, ot OaBtlereagh-street, Sydney, saddler. Causes of insolvency: Losses in business and ^pressure of ereditore. Liabilities, £276 6s. Assets, £152 10s. 81, Deficiency, £121 5s. ii. OMoiaf 'assignee. Mi. B, H. SempilL . ? Provisional sequestration of the estate 'of Job's Cann, of Goulburn, butoher, upon petition of the Connm oial Banking Company. Day to ehow eaace, Novem ber 25th. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Supreme Court—This Day. JURY COURT. (Before His Henor Mr. Justice Fan[?]tt, and a jury of four.) MURRAY AND ANOTHER V. COLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Supreme Court— This Day JUBY COUET. (Belore His Heaor Mr. Justice Fanostt, and a jury of four,) IITOOAT AKB ASOTBBA V. OOLX. Mr. ButJer, i netrnotcd by Mr. Bailey, for the plaintiffs; Mr. M. H. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Ttale, for the defendant. Jury: Messrs George Harris, Ultimo, near Sydney ; Daniel JHenry, of Eumore-road, Newtown; Samuel Holmes, 120, King street, Sydney; and Edward Hord.ro, 674, George-etrett, Sydney. la this action the plainp'fis, Murray and Mb wife (Urs. Elizabeth Horrav). Bued James L. Cole, claiminc damages for an alleged libel published in the Protettant Banner, in the form ef a letter, to which an editorial note was euperadded. The defendant pleaded not guilty. The libel complained of is in the following words:— ' It appears thit a woman, whose life has been sack as to stamp ber ss one of the vile of the earth, had married a Pcpist, and as the wes enly a Protestant in name, and a diegraoe to Protestantiem, it was merely going to her cwn when she joined tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Impending Dissolution of the Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

Impending Dissolution of the Assembly it will be seen by reference to our Parliamentary report that tbe Premier, last night, intimated that in his opinion the time had arrived when the Govern ment, having plaoed their measures before 'the House and the country, and having failed notwithstanding their otmoet exertions in obtaining supply, would be justified in bringing the present unsatisfactory state of things to a termination, by deolaring their willingness to advise his Bxcellenoy to dissolve the House, provided that the B tamp Act was renewed and that two rnoHihs' supply for the ensuing y«»r waB granted. In reply to this Sir James Martin, while consenting (0 the pro posal for the renewal of the Stamp Act, said thai he could not agree to grant the required two months' sapply, and gave reasons why such a oontse tos not necessary or desirable, Under the eipeotation that tbe renewal of the Stamp Act would be assented te, and that a dissolution of the Assembly would take place almost ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAURITIUS. [VIA MELBOURNE.] October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

MAUBITIO& [Via Mslboubne,] October 13. The sugar market ie a few cents better, owing to advioee from England. The Ziska, from Sydney, arrived on the 7th October -Herald.

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SUPREME COURT.—Wednesday. JURY COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett and a jury of four.) KANE V. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

SUPREME COURT.— Wtdneday. Juby. Cotmi. j (Before his Honor at. Justice Paucett and a jury of four.) KAKE V. TAT.T,, Mr, M. H. Stephen, instructed by Messrs. Curtis and Gannon, for the plaintiff; Mr. Butler, instructed by Meeers. Stephen and Stephen, for the defendant. This aotion was resumed and concluded. As men tioned in a pteviotiB issue, the plaintiff is a coal trimmer in the service of the Hunter fiiver New Steam Navigation Company, and the defendant is tha consul or commercial agent for the United Statee of America, in this city. By the declaration it is stated; that the defendant contracted that if the plaintiff would ! ebip through his office for San Francisco he would guarantee him twelve months' employment on the Central Pacifio Bail way at current wages ; that the plaintiff went there accordingly, but failed to obtain an engagement aa stipulated, whereby be lost his time, passage'iaoney, 4c. There was also an averment of fraud. Five hundred pounds damages were claimed. Th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869

BRISBANE. Wpdnesdav. Mr. Hodgson, Colonial Secretary, has resigned, Mr. Lilley, late Attorney-General, is Gazetted Colonial Secretary. It is understood that Mr, Pring will be Gazetted Attorney-General on Saturday. There' was a severe thunderstorm and gale last evening, but no serious damage —Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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