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

MELBOURNE. . . Monday. : The Endymion and Soythia arrived this morning. Flora is quoted at £18 to £14; kerosene is firm ; the tea market is also firmer.— Herald. ' The barque Marie Gabrielle, with a cargo of tea, was totally wrecked on* Moonlight Heads, on the 25th instant. The captain and four of the crew walked to Cape Otway, where they arrived yesterday, much exhausted. Teas, at auction, have been withdrawn frem sale for higher rates. The police have arrested forty Chinese, for gambling in a hcuBe in Little Bourke-street, on Saturday night A large Customs seizure has been made, in whioh a large fancy goods importing house is implicated, Messrs. Baillie and Butters versus Smith were non suited, — Empire.

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

EETDEN OF THE EXPEDITION The iight, with its excitement and fnry, was over. The blacks bad taken refuge in the bneh, where the white men might, perhaps, have followed, certainly with but little chance of finding them ; so that further pursuit was given np as entirely usetets, The men were busy looking after tbe scattered sheep, and driving tbem together — by no me&ns aa easy task, for tbe animals bad beeome dreadfilly shy and terrified, At h.bt, those aoenstomed to this sort of work, succeeded in collecting tbem together, and a shepherd and hnt keeper were told to drive them back to the station. The rest of the party were to pick op, on tbeir way borne, the slaughtered animals, an! take bb masyof tbem as possible upon tbeir houses. ' Wtat is to be done with the corpse ?' said George, who seemed to have forgotten everything else, to H'Donald : indeed, he bad only jnst ventured to ap proach the place where it lay 'I suppose we must leave it with the girl/' re plied the latter ...

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

ELECTION RUMOUBS. Tee Laohxam, — Advice from GrenfeU received this morning, state that Mr. James Watson (of the firm of Frazerand Co.) is fairly in the field. The Mining iSecord learns that Mr. JoBtph M'Connell has noeived a reply from Mr. W. B. Dally, stating that if returned he will be willing to represent the Liohlaa censtituecoT in Parliament Gold Fields Sooth.— Mr. E.A. Baker, of the Mining Becord, Grenfell, has, on mature refUotioa, and after the receipt of a requisition signed by 200 elestors determined to place his ee:vioes at the disposal of the Southern Gold-fields miners. Elecioeaite or Ojsakdb.-— We are authorised to say, respecting^ telegranHn our yesterday's issue, to the effect that Mr, Farkes is,* .candidate' for the above oonstituenoy, that that gentleman has .Jiad no com munication with any person on the subject, and that the annenncement has been made' without his eanction or oonsent. \ Tbe Civio Elkctioks.— The poll for the eleotion of aldermen will be taken to-m...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

JACK LOUDEN, OE LIFE IN THE BUSH. The ' Mli pond' -rai sitoaled in a fist, arid plain, sumraodsdoB all aides by ted sandy malley-hilli. It vat caloulafod to rank© a itreng impression * upon any European teeing it for tie first time, A spot of about twt hundred feet in diameter looked, in spite ef the heat, whwb «u already beaming oppressive, exactly as if it was wvered witb strong tad firm ice. Solid salt, of the thiokneM of at least an inch and ??half, vas spread oot ontaesnrfaoe of the ground, broken oaly atone plaoe, where Mr. Powell procured the salt he required for hi* station. For several hundred paces the grond was entirely bare and arid. Not a blade of gnu grew there. Even the. malley-bnsb had not taken tost, and wai only to be seen again where the kill* roie ont of the salt hollow. The bUcki had passed this nr with the sheep, and the young Powells glowed with impatience to pnrsoe the 'thieve*. Bals, howeTer, tried to restraiB tbeir ardonr ; for, to judge by the tracks in th...

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

MATJHITiaS. LViA Meebodbub] 1 Sailed.— October 18, Shepherd, for Melbourne and Sydney; 19th, Jane Maria, for Sydney; 26th, Viotoria «nd Obarlotte Andrews, for fydney ; 27th, Ziaka, for Sydney. Loading.— FJying Cloud, for Sydney.— Herald.

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

mO THE JEBtBOTOBS OF WEST i A -p. 8TDHBY. QnmjBBB,-6n tk* advioe pf the Ministry of , which I am a nenbn, his Sntlluoy the Governor has dissolved Parlismant At the nxeteUon of ' numerons friends, and in acoordanos with the oouife ; whiohl took flosnoces«fully at the last general election, ; I now respectfully praunt nyaelf as a candidate for on* of the seats at you disposal. : Yoq are doubtless aware tbat the necessity for the present appeal to tbe country was precipitated in a manner unprecedented in the Parliamentary history of any British eommuaity. ' The'ColoDial Treasurer, on j the Uth October, made his financial statement, exhi biting that th« revenue receivable for the year 1869 will largely exoeed that of 1868; that while tbe ! txpendiwre for 1868 exceeded the inwme of that : y«ar by £185,000, the income of this will exceed ita expenditore by about £80,000; that he would be able to give np the newspaper tax on the 1st January next, and to reduce the ad valorem duties by one ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Murdered Child found near the Parramatta Station. COMMITTAL OF THE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

The Murdered Child found near the Parramatta Station. COMMITTAL OF THE PRISONERS. At the Police Court, Penrith, on Friday, last, Catherine Harrison was charged, on suspicion, with murdering a female infant child; and Charlotte Harrison, charged, on sus- picion, with being an accessory to murdering a female infant. The principal evidence given was as follows :— Senior-sergeant Johnstone deposed: On the evening of the 12th of the present month I received information that a female infant child, recently found murdered near the Parramatta Junc- tion, was the offspring of a young woman living in Penrith ; act- ing upon this information, I instituted a strict inquiry, the result of which caused me to suspect the prisoner, Catherine Harrison, now before the Court, was the person who gave birth to the mur- dered child ; yesterday about 11 o'clock am., I proceeded, in company with Senior sergeant Kelly, to the house of Catherine Harrison, of Penrith, the elder prisoner now before the Court, ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 30 November 1869

Insolvency Court—This Day SURRENDER Henry Harper, of Haydonton, railway contractor. Causes of insolvency: Losses upon a contract for work on the Great Northern Railway.Liabilities, £416   8s. 5d. Assets, £98 2s. Deficiency, £323 6s. 5d Official assignee, Mr. R. H. Sempid.  

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

BIRTHS. On the 23rd instant, at Craignathan, St. Leonards, the wife of E. P. Mann. Esq., of a son. On the 25th instant, at her residence, Gipps-street, Paddington, the wife of David Bradford, of a daughter. On the 26th instant, at her residence, 10, Surry-street, Surry Hills, the wife of James T. Tillock, of a son. MARRIAGES. At St. Mary's Church, by the. Rev. W. Stack, B.A., Mr. J. S. Ross, to Martha, eldest daughter of the late Mr. J. Smith, of Baulkham Hills. On the 24th instant, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. B. Davis, assisted by the Rev. A. A. Levi, David, second son of Mr. Henry Davis, of London, to Annie, youngest daughter of Mr. John Emanuel, of 195, Campbell-street, Sydney. On the 27th instant, at his residence, 41, Burton-street, South Head Road, by the Rev. Dr. Bailey, Bishop of the Free Church of England, Mr. James Quigley, of Ashfield, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Bryan Gunning, of Canterbury, New South Wales. DEATHS. On the 27th instan...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Criminal Court-This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) FRAUDULENT CONSIGNMENT OF GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

Central Criminal Court— This Day. (Before his Honor Mr. Justioe Oheeke.) FBAUDOLENT OOHHONMBKr OF GOODS. James Bogere and George O'Brien were charged with concealing and removing goods, with intent to defraud the creditors in the estate of Maokinlay Brotbera Prisoners pleaded not guilty, and were defended by Messrs. Davis and Salomons, instructed by Messrs Curtis and Gannon, Messrs. Butler and Innes proBeouted on behalf of the Crown. Tbe following witnesses have been examined, viz, :—£ Detectives Bawden and Crawford, William Siough/f and William Moore, storekeeper and carter to Messrs/ Prinoe, Ogg, and Co.; Mr Westgarth, traffic manager to the A.s.N. Co; Mr. Prince, of the firm of Prince, Ogg, and Oo. ; Mr. Wright, salesman to Frinoe, Ogg, and Ca. ; M Keown, clerk to Mackinlaj Brothers ; sir. Cox, owner of the Welcome Home ; Mr. Harper, Cuetom-tiouee-:-gent;ThoB. William Johnson, late clerk to Mackinlay Brothers ; Benjamin Solomon ; Robert Ounniogham, agent oi Maokinlay in New Zeala...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.-Tuesday. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeks.) FRAUDULENT INSOLAENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

CENTRAL CRIMINAL 00UBT.— Tuesday. (Before his Honor Mr. Juetioe Cheeks.) * IBAVDUISKT mSOLAEKCT. Denis Maokinlav, having pleaded not guilty to a charge of fraudulent insolvency, Mr, Butler and Mr. Innes appeared for the Grown; and Mr. Sfiloznoas, instructed by Messrs. Curtis and Gannon, appeared for the defenot. xne eviaenoe, as given Dy the witnesses in the cue of conspiracy was repeated. The following witnesses have been sxamiaed; viz. : Detective Bowden, Messrs. Wright, salesman; Sloogb, storekeeper; James Moore, carter to Prince, Ogg, and Oo. ; Peter futton, master drayman; Denis Dreane, drayman; Mr. Etheridge, broker; Mr. Westgarth, traffic manager tethe A.&N.C0. Mr. Cunningham, the agent of Mackinlay in New Zealand ; Mr. Reidv to whom Cunningham remitted money on behalf of Mackinlay, but who subsequently handed 11 over to the official assignee ; Mesgrt. Prince snd Eohn, from whom the goods were bought; Mr. Greville, olerk in the Insolvent Oonrt, who proved the sequestr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Supreme Court-This Day. FIRST DAY PF FOURTH TER,—1869, (Before their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Faucett.) RULES [?] FOR NEW TRIALS.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

Supreme Court— This Bay* Frsss Day of Foubtb Tehm— 1869, (Before their Honors bir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, i Mr. JubUos Hargrave, and Mr. Justioe Faucett ) Burn Sbi.job.Hbw Tbuls, T/yitbT ivn ' irnmnb v s*j»» This was aa action of trover for the recovery of a piano, tried at Wagira Wagga. The phintiff obtained a vsrdiot, Upon the motion of Mr. Windeyer, a rale nisi for. entry of a verdict for the defendant,, or for a mew trial, was granted, on several grounds, the verdict being complained of as having, been contrary to law and evidence SASS V BALL. This was aa aotion for breadh of warranty or guarantee to the plaintiff, by whioh twelve months' employment upon the Central Pacific Eailway had been purported to be ensured, npon the proviso that the plaintiff should ship to California through the defendant's office. It was tried before Mr. Jus tic* Faucett, and a jury of four, last fittings, and resulted in a verdict for the defendant Mr. M H. Stephen sow moved rule nisi for new t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANOO COURT. (Before his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, And a jury of four.) KAVANAGH V. M'NAB. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

Bahoo Ooubt, (Before his Honor Sir Alfred ^tepneo, and a jury of four.) KivAKAOH V. M'HAB. Mr. Darley and Mr. Davis, instrnoted-by Mr. Cape, for the plaintiff; and Mr. Windeyer, instruc-ted by Mr Hellyer, for the defendant Jobt: Messrs. Oharles Mills, of Bialto-terraoe, William-street South, Sydney; Eobert White Moore, St Leonards; James Merriman, 10, Argyle-plaoe, Sydney; and William Henry Mackenzie, junior, Milson's Point, Sydney. This was an aotion for the recovery of £91 5s., due to plaintiff upon a written agreement for the sale of a quantity of 'Allen's patent anti-foot-rot ointment,'' together with commission npon the contraot, &c The defendant pleaded never indebted, and that the con trast for the sale, referred to in the agreement, had been obtained by fraud. The plaintiff's caee was that the goods had been absolutely sold to the defendant; that of the defend ant was that he had merely been constituted agent upon terms for tbe sale of the foot rot ointment, &amp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Remarkable Trial in the Supreme Court. IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS. j (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four.) CALDER V. COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

Bemarkable Trial in the Supreme Court IMPORTANT TO VOLUNTEERS. (B«fore hie Honor Mr. JuBtioe Fauoett, and a jury of four.) CALDEB V. OOOPER. Mr. Butler end Mr. Henly, insttoctcd by Mr. Wil liamson, for the plaintiff ; the Attorney-General Mr. Salomons, and Mr. 0. J. Manning, instructed by the Crewn Bolioitor. for the defendant This action, perhaps the first of the kind that has ever been tried, and whioh has occupied four days in its progress, and was concluded yesterday. The declaration stated that the defendant was at the tims when the oauEesof action arose, the first lisuteoant and senior officer in command of the No. 4 Battery of Volunteer Artillery, of whioh the plaintiff was a member. It further set forth that a vacancy ooourred in the rank of oommiaionei ofSoer, and the members requested the plaintiff to be nominated end appointed to fill Euch vacant rank ; and he, being a fit and proper and dnly qualified person for that purpose, contented to allow himself to be so nominated...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

WEDNESDAY, DECEM?EE 1. 1869. Amidst the strife of a general eleotion and the turmoil of a Manioipal contest, reasonable people would think that euffioient excitement is provided to satisfy the moat greedy. The heat of the weather does much to increase the lively temDcrament of those who are occupied in the discussion of the merits or demerits of rival candidates. Where are we to look then for sober earnestness and oool deliberation but in tbe Supreme Court ? Bat there, alas 1 contention is too apparent, and for three loBg and weary days fear intelligent gentlemen have been oooped np in the jury box listening to the squab bling of two of our volunteers who have reversed the celebrated volunteer motto, and made it ' Defiance, not Defenoe.' The two gentlemen who have been brought face to face in the Supreme Court ate, in private life, 'knights of the quill;' and although muoh damage is often done by the innocent goose-quill, these gentlemen have thrown the pen aside and rejeoted the im...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

Sals of Stations in HrviutntA.— Messrs. B. Golds brough and Go. report having eold the Booligal stations, together with the blocks Alma and Avondale, eituate in tn« Lachlan distriot, New South Wales, to the hon. Wm. Campbell, on account of Messrs. Wilson and Parker; price, 10s 6i per head for 42,715 sheep and lambs; the latter to count as sheep. — Border Post. A. telegram from OtmpU, 22nd instant, etatee:— Hr. Wright, the chairman of the Mount Copra Copper Company, has stopped operations at the mine. At a meeting of the Oympie Bhareholaen he explained that his reason for doine bo was that experienced men had reported unfavourably of the undertaking. An ofler was made to work tbe mine on tribute for 60 per cent. Mr. Wright finally consented to lay the offer and the G-ympie shareholders remonstranoea before the Sydaey directory. BRtiKJAST.— Bprt' CGCOi.-GRlTS.FTJL *JCD CeMrOSTUW —The very agreeable character of this preparation has rendered it a general favourite. The Civil Servile Ga...

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Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. MORPETH. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. HOBPETH. Wedneadsv. A numerous and influential meeting of Mr. Camp bell's supporters was held last evening, when a vote of confidence was carried unanimously, and a com mittee appointed. Mr. OampbeU'e return iB considered certain. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Count Von Attems. ATTEMPTED ESCAPE FROM HIS BATAVIA PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

The Count Von Attems, ATTEMPTED ESCAPE FEOlt HIS BATAVIA PE1S0N. On the morning of the 15th of Aagoet the Count Ton Atttmt left tbe mom In tbe hospital in which ha waa nnder treatment , through a window, from which he had succeeded hi breaking two Iron bars. On the river side be stepped into a prahn and caused himself to be rowed oat Into the roads, with the object of depart ine with the Molncoa steamer The captain of the steamer. however, refused toreoeive him, and be therefore ordered him self to be rowed to the coast of Madura, where he was eet on shore at Blevs. There be repaired to the native hfiadnnii, tram whom he obtained a hone to preoeed to Samnang. At Sampang he obtained port horseB for Tamakasan, tram the *«rt«t«ni; Besident, under pretence that ha was Captain Stone, of the American man-of-war Hartford., Commander Howard, wbjab. vessel was making soundings and surreys, between Banjm wangie and the Straits of Bapudl, for the laving of a telegraphio cable, and that he wish...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BERRIMA. Wednesday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

BRRBTWA. Wednesday Morning. Mr. Morrioe ani Dr. Belinfanto addressed a crowded meeting of the electors at Button Forest last night. They had a most enthieiwtio reception, and a large and highly influential committee was formed to eecare the return of both gfiBtismen,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHLETIC SPORTS AT BOTANY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869

ATHLETIO SPORTS AT BOTANY. As a natural oorollary to the unprecedented enowea which attended the establishment of athletic and field sports at Botany on the last anniversary of the birth day of the Frinoe of Wales, the holiday of St. Andrew could not be permitted to pass without affording another day's amusement of the hind, and hence the grounds were thrown open, nnder the patronage of the Duke of Edinburgh Highlanders, who mustered in tolerable force upon the occasion. Upwards of a thousand persons wero present, and the Highland pipers played in iBviqorating strains a seleotion of martial and national dance mueio on the grounds. Mr, M. Poraeil officiated as judge, and Mr. G. Wsngen heim as isUrtf r ; and tbe general arrangements were entiefaott ry, not only as far as the sight-sean, bnt.as far aa the contending athletes were concerned. During the day the bioyole Circassian was disposed of on the Art Uniua ptiociple, and the winning num- ber was crawn by Mr. Farnfield. The firet ev...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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