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Prince Alfred at Honolulu [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

Prince Alfred at Honolulu UNSATISFACTORY IMPRESSION— D1SGEACB. FUL AMCSEMENT— SEVESE CENSURE. A oorrerpondentof tbe Alta California at Honolulu has the following concerning tbe visit of t he Dolce of Edinburgh to that city : Oa the morning of July 22 the Prinoe landed and wag received by the British Com missioner, the Governor aed other officials, sec! a few of the English residents gut op a slight cheer. In the afternoon the Duke visited the Kine. and hud * «Wt interview with the Ministry, and then visited Queen Emma sod the English Dlub. te»eral of the most prominent English residents cslled upon him, hat Were net received. On Monday the Duke and several of hi ? effieers dined with the King, and bis Bojal Highnets expressed a with to see a lemu, and on TaesoV one was given by tbe Governor attended by the KiDg and Dowager Queen, but no white feople, aside from the officers of the ship, and many half-caste ladies wbo were married to EoropeaBB, were invited, and their husbands left o...

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

TUESDAY, 2--OVEMBER 30, 1869. AT last the plans of the elcotoral battle are fairly before the public. The speeches at the respective meetings held last night will snow that on the hustings next Thursday, and at the polling booths on the day follow ing, tkere will be a great struggle. Mr. v bale very modestly stated his olaims for re-election as member for isast Sydney, and the manner in whioh he was received proved that his services had not been unappreciated Bat the lion's share of the eveaing's entertain ment was appropriated by Mr. Parkes, who proved, if he proved nothing else, that he considered his own eleotion for East Sydney to be the turning point in the downward tendency of thia country at the present time. He considered so, and possibly he may have suooeeded in making others think so too. At a public meeting, when a little haft is crowded with people, and fluent orators harangue tbe crowd, ceol sense and memory are apt to be drowned in the roar of voices, and enthusiasm is...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. DUBBO. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. DUBBO. Tuesday, S p-m. Mr. John M'Culloch, of Colane, s young gentle man 23 years of. age, and muoh respected in tbe district, jra«t- killed while kangaroo, hunting on Saturday 1ast.^.-0is remains were found and boned the following day.

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 — 30 November 1869

Coroner's Court-— This Day- . This naming, the inquest upon the body of Beuiy Burrowes was Resumed at the Obsirier Tavern, ? Lower Georgeatrttt. Senior-conStable Connor stated that after having discovered She bodySjn Oarraba Hon e, Neutral Bay, he had returned the next morning with two men named Keogh and Lums jen ; the; fouud a ion open, which wte close to where the man was 1 ring, : In the room into whiohtbis door led, ha ear some empty bags and some mene ctoiung on the floor, apparently need as a bed, ell the other rooms were empty. Found some bread and ohecse in the same zoom, mouldy and stale. On the chimney piece found & bottle containing some nun. In a book on a window eill he found two three penny pieces end eome coppers Pound eoms papers, which he produced, one of them purporting to be a character of one Henry Butiowcs, signed t-y W. Gibson, and dated 21st August, 1869. The tod; wae identified by a man named Lialey, as that of a man named Henry Bnrrowts, who was in ...

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

KEWCASTLB. ., ? ?: . ??. u , Monday. : Mr. Lloyd., amyei hy,. steamer ts-day. and was enthusiastically received on tbe; wharf by a crowd of supporters. £eie to address ajmeeting this evening, and his return is certain.— Empire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Proposed Abduction of Prince Arthur by the Fenians. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

Proposed Abduction of Prince Arthur by the Fenians* lhe Fenian Brotherhood held two meetings yesterday at the Fourth street heid-qaarten. The Circles of the Man hattan district met to trans -ot ordinary buaineas, and the Executive Committee bb em Died by apeolalcalL General O'Neil.B. M'ClooiJ, P. J. Mee&ss, Jimea Gibbons, aadE. L. Catay, and others, were present. Although the pEeaa were excluded, it waa ascertained tbat the chief business trsBsacted waa the reception and inspection of lbs rolls and reporta of the military branch of the organization, wnicn, as a member of lb* committee expressed it, ' was in a most perfect state of discipline and ready to take the field.' Ths chief leaders of tbe committee were in favour, U ia aald, of an immediate move on Canada, es in their opioion «t the preient moment the material aid and sympathy ef tht United States would be with them. The reenlt of the deliberations was not given lo the reporters ; but in another room a number of the m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]DEN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

XOSNi . Monday. The., names ef several gentlemen have ..been. men- tlonedUi likely to oppose the Hon. D. Egan in this electorate. Measures jare. progressing in favour of Mr. H. Clarke, of Sydney.. Mr. E. W. 8harpe,of Bega, has addressed electors there.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Hoblti fos Phillip Waed.— A meetiog ol the friends and Eupportore of Mr. Alderman Hurley in his candidature for re-election as representative of Philip Ward in tbVMuai cipal Council, took place last evening, at Mrs. Co well's hotel, corner of Pitt and Goulburn streets. Mr. Haffleld wsb voted to the chair, and briefly addressed the meeting in commenda tion of Mr, Hurley's claims for re-election, llx. Hurley then addressed the meeting. He Lad, he considered; done considerable servico to the ward, and had hoped that there would have been no opposition His opponent had been brought ojt by those who desired him to epeudtnoney. . Ho had not oalled any meeting before, 'beoauBe,ln'-tbe first plaoe, hia past services wero before the electors, and In the second place, he candidly told them tbat he could not afford to apend a great deal of money over the muter. He had zeal ously Borvcd the ward, and had obtained an expenditure of thousands of pounds in improving it. He had...

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

YOUNG. Monday. A large meeting was held on Saturday, at the Com merciil Hotel, to form a committee to secure the rotate df Mr. Watson fo: the Lachlan, — Empire.

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THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

TBE HUNTEB. Electioh Meitimo at Bbinxioh.— Mr. Alfred Boggle held one of the most successful eleotion meetings ever held is tbif ioirmfcip, on tbe evening of Thurslay last Mr.*. Boghea was voted to the chair, and briefly introduced Mr. Boggls, who was loudly cheered on rising to ejpesk. His address, which ocoupied about two boars, was frequertly applanded, and at Its close Ur. Bog«is was greeted with a louS sad prolonged burst of applause ; and, on the motion of an influential c!eclor,itwse carried unanimously thai he was a fit and proper person to represent the electorate of the Hunter, and a large and iofiuentiil committee was formed to . eeonre hia return.— On tbe following night Mr. Boggto addressed the eieotors at Cessnook, and was there received in the same enthusiastic way. On the motion of Mr. Carroll, seoonded by Mr. M'Gunn, it waa reaelvel that the meeting . do all ia its power to get Mr. Boggle elected.— On Saturday evening, Mr. Boggit was at Bishop's Bridge, where* he ha...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS.—November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

pipping* ABRTVALS.-Kovunber 29. Ooean Bride, baiqne, from Newcastle 28£a instant, toand te Melbowne. Captain agent ? Novambar SO. L Margeaa, French wu steamer, from New Caledonia. DEPABTCBE.— November 29. Constance, buqae, tor Shanghai. OLBABANOER— November 27. * Hanash Newton, schooner, 90 tonB, Willing, for Broad Bound, via Bibhmcml Birei. MABYBOBOUGH. Departure.— Noromber 21: Olara, fioaooner, 181 ions, Marr, for Sydney, Cargo : 89,845 feet pine. A large ehip was in eight *t Port Stephens jester day morning. The schooner Clara crested the Maryborough, bar on the 26th instant, boend tenth. The barque Ocean Bride, from Newcastle, ooal luim, bound fo Melboorne, put into this port yester day, from Etrese of weather. TBr Eleoteio TeleqbAph] MELBOUENE. Arrivale,— November 29: Omeo, from New Zealand ; Tasmania, from L&unceston; Shepherd, from Mas ritiue ; Co'erjon, frGm London; Blackbird, from Sydney. November SO: Claud Hamilton, from New Zealand; Mercury, from Launceaton. Depar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

'-|Lj , nM iwia^JTr^l 1 IE All? * ' Oallisg at B»t^~|j|V-Five BockjfliKlanfiUe, i^^^^^3BC a, 8,;.|^.- q^^ .SESpSpii sybney to t^ subtsb. THrS iroisDAT NIGHT, iaVjU, th* MOSPKPH. ';4^i»awOA&3Uk'r^6' BYDHBYi V. ?. ? . The ildBPEtH,on iSojBSQAr MOBMlH^jit 10. 000NANBASA, To Morrow 1m^; ^WiaoWdiy' TO ' MELBOUBNE, ' y' ^ ?' - * Oirv OF ADELAIDE, To-Merrow Aftwao'M, WSbesday, at 4,80. Isrtii^OabiE, £8; retain, £5 10a; Saloon, £6; . . r-tnm, £10; Stwrag* £1 10a. ., : To ADELAIDE direct, ea route to KINGGBOEGE'fl £ 6OUND. ALEXANDRA, To-Morrow Afternoon, Wednesday, ist 4.80. ? ?, *? 1 * TO AUCKLAND. ? AUOKLANDjjfednesday, 8th December, at 5. Taking P»xm'gmiW&i .Cargo for all th« Porte in the NoraiwnTtfana, : ???-.}'.:'?'?? TO BRISBANE. Steamer, '©tout WednoEday Afternoon, at 5. ???-'? ' TO MABtBOROUGH. BLACK 6WA??, To- Morrow Afternoon, Wednesday at -5.80. ' . TO BOGKHAMiPTON. BALOLTJTEA, To-Morrow Afternoon, Wednesday, at 6. fBJSDK, H, TBOUTON, BSlsu»s«. JL-.S^ Oo/s Wharf, S...

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Commercial. Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

CmmnerciaL TuEeday, 4 pro, Misers, Harrieon and Jonee. sold, this morning, at the Exchange, the whole of the dies collectable at the Circular Quay during the ensuing three years, under regulations provided by Act of Parliament. Mr. A K. Meswell was fee purchaser, at £5000, or £15,000 for the three yeare, payable by monthly instalments in advance; eocurity for the due fulfil ment of the puieb&ee to bo zi«o. Messrs. Bradley, '-.'ewton, and Lamb, at their Ware house, O'Connell-itreet, sold, this morning, a large asEOTimtnt of drugs, grooeiicE, fruits, oi'.mcn'e stores, beer, fldur, &o. feveral of the lots consisted of balances and damaged coods. Ten lots of Califoruia Hour we:e passed foi £12 10s per ton, £10 5a being the highest oiler. A little lot of 84 quar'.er-Eacks fetched £10 i-ome country flonr (inferior, fetch, d £8 's 64 pel ion. Currants yield) 8|d and 4Jd p?r lb; maecateis (damaged) 5£d ; 7 jruras prime Gruyere cheese fetched 9Jd per ib ; Cafe jaifcinE realiz...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

RirmwnNn Ms. Walker's Cixdiditdee.— A publio meeting of tbe electors 01 E chmond favourable to Ihe return of Mr. W. Walker look place al the Union Ion ou Saturday evening Tbe long room waa filled, and amongst thoae present we noticed most of the leading inhabitants. W. Bowman, Esq., J.P., kv-s called to preside. He said ne did ao with great pleasure. Mr. Walker had served them ten yaart honestly and failhrolly, and with considerable ability j and be hoped tbey wonld return blm again, and now give him a patient hearing. (Applause.) Mr. Walker then oame forward, and addressed the meeting something similar to what he did at Windsor oa the previous Wednesday, a report of whioh has already appeared in our columns, lie waa repeatedly cheered Cal ? were made for him to go outside, as there iraa tome crowding, bat he declined, stating tbat in Sydney, whioh was a muoh larger place, the meetings were held In rooms. Mr. Caleb Crieford inquired whether he wu ?xpected to go out, aa he waa * supp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS] SHOALH [?] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

PfSOU OBB COBTJE6POKD1BT& '1 BBOAIiHiYEm. Mb Gaeeetts CAHDi»iTonE.— The poli'ical crisis here is at band. Mr. fiarreU held his first meeting at the Tem perance Hall, Terara on Wednesdayevening last, which was we I attended. Mr. Garee t's address was listened to with great attention ; and at the conclusion, Mr. Henry Uobb moved, and Mr, David Hyam seconded, a vote of confidence in him, whioh waa carried by a Urge msjority, although an timenrimem was mopsd lo toe* effect — that this meeting declinee to express any oplnbn on Mr. Barretts political conduct— Mr. Garret' met ibe electors of Kowra tbe nexi evening at Cculson'e Hotel, and was met by an nnanlmoua vote ofconfidencc Air. il'MahOn, JP., of Ul.edulla,in tbe chair.— On Friday evening Mr. Garrett addressed the electors of Pyiee, over one hundred muat bare been in atlendanca. Air. John MonaghBQ was voted lo tbeclisir. Air Omat ir«s ,'Msned to very patiently, ana at the conclusion, on the usual motion being put, it was met b...

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

P&BD1NGT0H. ' Hon-. 3. Suthe blind's Meeting.— Last night ameeiiug of Mr. Sutherland's cnaimlltee wee held at Mr. Btudd'e hotel. Paddington. Mr. V. Hezlett, J.P , was called to the chair. B e said he thought that there was little necessity far calling a meeting of the electors at all. Ur. Sutherland thought that his oondncl for tbe past ten years as their representa tive was so wall known to them that it was not neceBBary for him to no 'into n lengthy exposition of his political opinions. Ihe only qooBtions dow berore the pubic were religious and personal, and he was col going to discuss either. They were tbe mast unprofitable tbat ever oame before a constituency. He bad been tbeir representative for ten yeara, and had done his beet to serve them faithfully. Ha had notpromised them anything whi oh he bad cot tried to obtain for them, and If he had not suc ceeded he was not to blame. He was the more oonvinced on reviewing ibe p.slseBsion tbat they should have Triennial Parlia...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. EAST SYDNEY. Mb. Geohob Kino's Mbxtikg.— Last nigbt Mr. George Etog met in* custora ofEut%dne- ottos Craven Hrtel, Fltt-sirnt Tbere *u a large atltnd»noe. lit. John WSHI»ma,wbo took tbe pbtir. Snuodacd Mi. King 'o the sitetlng; tad ht m re^iv'ad «ith'i!nthnBl««tic «pplaa8e. Mr. King »d4rMsod tho . meetiDR nd Mr. KeudiU tben moved, nd Mr. Selibv soooDdod.thit iotne opinion of the meftUDC Mr. Oearse Kins is ominently qDiUSBdtoteimnnt he eoniUUiOBc; or But 8«doej in Puil»an8t,«od iboie irtieot pledge them««l«ei to me tnelr atrooitei*rt!oDe to isonre'bia retora. Mr_H. »i«ber also nadteeted tuB.meelinj man energelic manner in nuppott «! tbli re»DlolidD,wniob m then pat and oirried nDtolinooBy. The meeting ilatad sltbe voleofttunmio tbe obairm»D. Ei»T Stdnii Eleo»iok.— A meattng nf the {rienas and mpportare et Jtr. E. A. Bunt fn held in the Urge room of Eeary'i Woolloomooloo Hotel, l»»t 'eTening. At the londnelon of hia oddreii, a 'doniiita ffata tee Elgbt H6olr«'...

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GLEBE AND BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

GLEBE AND BALMAIN. Toe Glebe and Baljuin— Mr. G. W. Allen htH an' ther eucoeseful meeting at the Oddfellows' Hull, Ealmaiu, last night.

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NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

NEWIOWN. Mr. S. C. Beowk foe Newtown. — Mr. S. C. Brown ie continuing to meet the electors at slated intervale, and resolutions unanlmotttlv approv ng of his return to tie new Parliament as the representative of the electorate are invariably adopted. A mealing of his friends and supporters is to be iiald at the Botany View Hotel, Cook's Biver road, this evening.

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

ADELAIDE. Mondav. The imported entires per Orient were landed in splendid condition, and are mneh admired, The Idun and Mindet, from the Baltie, have been ordered, on. Tor new wheat 4s. Sd, to is. 4d, ie offering; no export orders, ; The weather iB again fine and warm —Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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