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WEST MAITLAND. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
WEST HA1TLAND. Tuesday Evenise. A eon of the deservedly respected clergyman of the Church of England in VTeet Maittand, the Bev.J. tt. Thackeray, died this afternoon, from the effeois of si-nstroke on Satardav last Mr. Boggis addressed s large.meeting of the electors here laJt evening. A motion that he was a fit and proper person to represent the constituency was carried unanimoaely. The proceedings dosed with three cheers for the candidate.— Empire.
ELECTION RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
ELZOT10N RUMOURS. JxLi.wi.tBi — Mr. J. W. Witehire has retired from, the contest in favour of Mr. James Oaborne. The latter gentleman has held meetings at Wollongong, Woonona, and Fairy Meadow, and has Jbean exceedingly well reoeived, He condemns the conduct of the ODDesition. Eabi Mattlahi).— Mr. W. Scholey has addresfed the electors, and intends te contest the eleotion with Mr. Dodds. The Laohlak.— Mr. E. Grsnlle has retired in favour of Mr. Watson. Mr. O. M. Stephen has accepted a requisition and offers himself for election. Mr. Watson's address is te be betted at the end of the week. It is stated that he is a free-trailer, and U opposed to the continuance of the ad valorem duties. The Lachlan Reporter wishes that Sit James .Martin had stood for hia old constituency in order that it might have had the pleasareef recording his defeat. Wellington. —Mr. Gerald Spring has made a favourable impression at his meetings. Ee feela ' well disposed to the present Ministry, and will give the...
YASS. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
TAS8. Tuesday. The Mechanics' Institute was opened at 2 p.m. to day by the President, Mr. Allman, who delivered an inaugural address. The hall was well filled. Dr. Campbell, Venerable Archdeacon Lillingatone, and the Bev. Mr. Gibson also addressed the audience. Oonoort to-night— grand anooesa, Ball takes plaoe to-morrow night.— Herald.
POLLING PLACES AT THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
POLLlhQ PLAGES AT TEE SUPREME COURT. We have been regneBtod to publish the following letter from his Honor the Chief Justice to the Colo nial Ppcr&srj on the abare sobjtct, and written yes ardav, It faaa been arranged that as the Court business has been already postponed, there will be no advantage in altering tke arrangements for the elettion. Then fore the foiling places will be continued aa at first contemplated. (Copy.) . Supreme Oonrt. 29th November, 1869. Sir,— I greatly regret to find, that the announcement by me Jast week to the Bar, respecting the adjournment over next Friday, bss bean moat defeoSlfely reported ; andi that the cooteguenoe has been, not merely a misapprehension of what I said and meant to say, but the creation of no small trouble in yaur department. [ expressly, in the e-omtaenoe* ment of my address, observed that I did not make tbe state* ' inent (is toour having had nothing to do with the polling arrangement) by way of complaint, but only in order ...
Shipping. ARRIVALS—November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
Shipping* ABRIVAia~NowmbM SO. — — Susannah Booth, schooner, 111 tons. Ulster, from Fiii, Bonth Set Islands. H. 8. Bird agent. December 1. Platypns, steamer, 200 tone. Oner, from Maolety Km 30th ultimo, C. and B.R.B.N. 0*. agents. DEPAKTOREa— November 80. OtMU Qrot&eBtoy, barque, tor South Sea Islands. CLEABAN0E8.— November 80. Jane, schooner, 62 tons, Wettertin, for Broad Sound and Fort Mackay. Boomerang;, steamer, 445 tone, Lake, for Fort Denison and Cleveland Bay. Passengers— Maws. IJoyd, Anderson, Branston, Myers, Archer, A. Coot. and 5 in the steerage. rMTOBTS ?— December 1. Platypus, from Haoleay Biver: 1092 bags miize. Si bags potatoes. 11 bsgg onions, 5 coops poultry, 16 pigs, 10 oases eggs, 1 package. The schooner Enssannah Booth arrived last nieht from Pije, with a cargo of Island prodooe, comprising eetton, coooannt oil, beche-de-mer, -to. Ths DskAld M'Lias —The New Zealand Herald states:— We have reoeived the unwelcome intellipenoa of an ngly accident to Oaptain U...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
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Commercial. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
Commercial. Wednesday, 4 p.m. Bf A most interesting -aleof sagar, from the Eastings Biver, was held this morning by Messrs. Mort and Oo., at their Stores, Oiroular Quay. There were thiee samples, all pronounced, of their sorts, unexceptionable. The best counters realized £36 7s. 6a. per ton; ditto, £85 5s. A splendid ration brought £Si 12s. 6d, There were aboat eleven tons, in all, sold. Messrs, Stnbbs and Co., at the City Mart, offered this morning, a large assortment of valuable imported goods, saitable for Christmas— teas, flour, &o, There was a good attendance of tbe trade. The' teas (cargo of the Minnie Graham), went off but languidly, most of the lots were passed in. £8 8s, £S, and £3 6s were paid for half-chests, £6 13s for oheeta. 160 bags Dunn's superfine silk-dressed flour were offered, but not sold ; the highest bid was £13. £14 the reserve. light blue fetched 8Jd; Copland's jams, 8s 9d; half pint salad oils, 6s 6d; pints, 10a; quartB, 21s; vinegar, in quarter-cas...
CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
CAMDEN'. Captain Onalow addreesod a meeting of the electors of Nattai and Mittajotg at Mr, Walker'e hotel on Saturuay even ing. B. i. W. Burke, Esq., J.P., occupied the chair. The Chairman, Introducing the candidate, said they bad an im portant trust to perform, and he hoped tbey wonld perform it well in returning the beet men to the Assembly— men capable of taking part in the delibbrationa of Parliament with dienitv and honour to themselves ae well as reflect credit* io the conetitoency returning them. From tne spirit ot fair play wbiob pervades the ciatnet. he was ante they wonld give tbe ctptain a fair and impartial hearing. CapUin OobIow, on rifling, was well reoeived. He com menced by Baying that there were no great questions bef. re the country at the present time, unless it was our financial .position j and on thiB point he. had every reason to believe that theywarein safe hands with the pretent Treasurer; bnt he waa no financier, and would leave this matter to be dealt with ...
Coroner's Court.-This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
Coroner's Court— This Day. This morning the City Coroner held an inquest at the Park Lodge Hotel, Oowper Wharf, on the body of a man named William Keating. The evidence dhowed that deceased had attended a meeting at Meacher's publio house on Monday night, and had left there about 10 o'clock, partially intoxicated. Ee bad no occasion to go towards the water on bis way home. Bridget Seating, deceased's widow, stated that she had been married to him for sixteen yeare; that he was a native of Ireland, and had been in Australia for twentysix years. He was a hatmaker by trade, but had reoemly been employed as orier in the Supreme Court at Diriinghurat. He left home on Monday night about 7 o'clook, quite sober. He was ordinarily a temperate man, and was .of cheertul temperament. Edward Nestor Waller, purser of tbe Vernon, stated that he found the body of deceased in the bay on Monday morning, floating in the water, about fifty yarde from Oowper Wharf. It was floating face down. A verdict o...
ADELAIDE. Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. The Gulnare takes up a sergeant and five police con stables to the Northern territory. Tbe entire strength of the permanent party will ba between thirty and forty. The Government Besident is not to be eent up until after the eeleotion has taken place. Mr- J. Hadgkiss is better; Mr Bright, M.P., has burst a blood vessel The corn market is quite inanimate.— Herald.
(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
(FSOK OUB OOBEBEPOKDEKTB,) THE HUNTER. Mr. Boogis's MtETiso »T the fALLS —The first eleotion meeting in oonneotlon with the preaaot general election was held on Monday evening last, at tbe Falls Hotel, on tbu OakhemptOD Boad, when Mr. A fr8« Boggis. one of toe candidates for the Hunter, addreeeed tLe elector'. Tbe meeting wts one of the most orderly and respectable of the kind svor held in West MalUand, and was very largely attended, from three to four hundred persona being pre.ent thereat Mr. J. BUey was voted to the chair, and briefly introdncea the cmdidateto tbe meeting. Mr. Boggls tben roBP, amidst lond applause, and proceeded to deliver .n addrees of about two hoars' duration. He renewed tbe sots of the Martin-Parkas Administration and denounced them as tyrannical and oppressive. He promieed.if elected, to go in to eapport the Boberteon Government, the most able end the moBt liberal Government the colony had seen. [This eentiment wbs reoeived with lively demonstrations of apnr...
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
PARLIAMENTARY ELE0FT0N8. FAST STTOlKr. Mr. Cover's M-rting.— J£r. W, Carer aAAreusd n meeting of electors, la«t evening, at thn Blind Bsgg*/r, corner of Sooth HeiU-rotd and Ltnrpool-itreet. Mr.' JLeeson wag ohoBpD ts the ob'atr. He slid be tbonfiht every oandtdate war entitled to a fait hairing, and to hero his argument* welRhod impartiallr. Ee called on Hr. Com to sddcus ttae meeting, and aikud them to hoar film aa Bngliihmen. — Mr. Cover uld he felt ? ennaiderable decree of trentd«tlon on recount of the novel petition he found b1m«e-fin. Vet be boped he would Bay something worth hi« fellow-creatures hesring. Ha iben referred to the dissolution of Parliament, and tbe duly whloj consequently devolved on tbe electors. It aid been bis happioesi to ecaod op witn others tatiha liberties of tbe people, whenaaoh a ooarss wis attended with oblnqay and eoorn. His political views were what was commonly called democracy. (Hear, hear.) He won id always maintain government by and for the people...
Police Proceedings-This Day. CETRAL POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Megistrate, and Mr. Hughes.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE OOUBT. (Bifore the Police Magistrate, and Mr. Heches.) Several drunkards were punished. Gideon Cranston Gought, upon a charge of stealing 250 sheep from the Comet Downs, and of the value of £150 the property of Gilch ist, Watt, and Oo. was remanded to fiockhampton. Bail allowed, self in £300 and one turetv in £300. In the summons court several . prisoners were fined for breaches of the Police Aot Tuisdat. (Before Messrs, &. A. ? Hunt, Cohen, Oatlsy, and Campbell.) Henry Free, omnibus driver, charged by constable Bourke with causing th-- death of one Michael Sul livan, efed four years, was remanded to the Coronet's Court Samuel Waters, end Thomas 0. Burrows, charged by constable Heneberry wirh riotoUB behaviour in GJarenw-street, were each fined 10s,, or two days to fraol. Oharles Langf ord, brought sp on warrant by eenier sergeant Lane, on a charge that be, being an officer, to wit. corresponding eeeretary, ol the Independent Order...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
MELBOURNE. Tuesday Evenioe. It is currently reported that th' Land Bill is to he shelved The members of the Corporation will give a pic-mo to the officers of the Flying Squadron, at Fern-tree Gully, on Friday. A large number of men from the squadron have been on litany to-day, and have created a (treat stir in Melbourne. Lyiter's Opera Company will commence the season at the Royal on the 5th January, To-day has been observed aa a. holiday by the banks and insurance companies, Croxton Park Bases were poorly attended. Gas ometer woo the Maiden Plate and the Albert States; Judy the Alexandra Handicap.— Empire. The Flying Sqmdron are to leave Melbourne for Sydney on Tuesday next. There is no business doing in the Assembly. Ministers wishing to olear the estimates; the Opposi tion are desirous of discussing the Lind Committee's report. George Simpson, of Christchnrch, has failed for £5000; he has creditors in Bjdney. 100 tone of flour were bought in, there being no bid beyond £12,— Heral...
Insolvency Court-This Day. SCHEDULE FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
Insolvency Court -This Day. 80HCSULB FILED. In the estate of James Clifford, of Moss Yale, store, keeper. Liabilities, £1288 Ss. lOd., ef whioh £415 18s. 2d, are seeured. Asiete, £1627 3s. 7£d. Surplus, £33819d.9id. SUBBEBDEB. Mary Finn, of Hartley, storekeeper. Causes of insolvency: Impossibility of collecting in a large quantity of debts owing to insolvent, and pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, £2527 Ss. 4d., of which £876 12a. 6d. is seourei. Aseete, £2386 8;. Gd. - Defioieaoy, £140 148 7d. Omoial assignee, Mr. F. T. Hum.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
T-RIN0E OF WALES OPERA HUUfiii. Positively the last TEHEE NIGHTS of JTOBMOSAI FORMOSA must be withdrawn after FRIDAY. FORMOSA ~ FOBMOSA FOBM03A, To conclude with THE TAILOR OF TAHWORTH. PRINCE OIW ALES OPEBA HOUSE. On THUESDAif STORING, a new Political skeioh, ^^'g^lfSflytaiSi EAST SYiiNKY. !%^ior HosaijjaiBMSSjiirTa ok whales. 'iifi^Bt^Oas, (jffiiD HOBBfl&S'S ADDBESS. ^ ; 1^,00^1 ^foiiSD^^ WALLS. r*R EL ErAJ: R^R.01}? A I ADELPHI Under theBofe-OireetWnof Miss BOS A COOPER. Legitimate Triumph. Crowded asd Fashionable Audiences, TO-NIGHT, The Great Drama, MAUD'S PERIL, with tbe following great cast: Sir Ralph Ohalloner ? Mr. J. P. West Genld Gwynn ? Mr. Lionel fording Toby Taperloy, ? Mr.ObarleB fonng Bnrnell ? ? Mr. Flintoff Lady Ohalloner ? .Miss Rosa Oooper 8ni»n Taperloy..... ? Mra. J. P. Weft Misi ScftOB ? MiiBfM. Oliver To conclude with Oharlea Young's highly successful faros, A MODEL HUSBAND. rpHE Beautiful Scenery and ihe BAT of NAPLES, X by Wilson and Habbe, received...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Megistrate, and Messrs. Evans and Manning.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
WATBB FOLIOS OOTTRT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate, and Means. Evans and Muinin* .1 James O'Brien was charged with stealing a silver geneva watoh and steel chain, valued at £2 10e., the Hoperty of Thomas M'-Hab, The complainant ttated that he wai employed aa a diver at tbe Corporation baths at Dawee' Point, and while he was nnder water the watoh was stolen from hie chest, whioh was in a hnt He hi prisoner while he was undressing, and npon coming out of the water missed the watoh. Several witnesses proved that tbe prisoner was about the place, bat there being no direct evidence of his guilt, he was discharged. Paulino Deehayes was charged with being absent without leave from the ship Metaris. Defendant stated that the captain had refused to admit him on board. The Bench sent him to gael for out month with hard labour. A number of persons weie fined for breaches ef the Police and Municipal Aetr. At a meeting of the committee of the Maryboroagh Hospital, held 15th November, the f...