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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
TC1A8T SYDNJST ELECTION GEORGK KING. Exes Trade, abolition ef Ad Valorem Duties, and ' Eonnd Oovuatraal Policy. Yotat/r KING and practical. Lagu'.ation, ? * ? — ? EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. - - GEORGE SING'S Central COMMITTEE BOOMS, Emu Ins, corner George »wi t-stha;at c-treete Perry's, Graven Hotel (late Tatteistll'e), Pitt-street Electoral Bolls exhibited, and all information given to supporters or GEOBGE KINO, at the Committee Boons ; also, Electoral Bolls to be seen st Puroall's, ltacqnaiie-pla.ee Hoorigan's, William-street, 'Woolloomooloo Blake's, Eobin Heed Inn, Sonth Head-road Black's Hotel Crown-street, Suit? Hills Sydnsy Exchange Bridge rtrtet Sydney Horning Herald Office And at most of the public places in Sydney. Electors favourable to the return of GEOBGE KING, and willing io take active part on day of election, will oblige by forwarding their names to the Com mittee Rooms, or the undersigned. HENRY FISHER, \ Joint Hon. Seos.. BENBT PHILLIPS,/ G. King's Committtee. TOAST SIDN...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. &nbsp; BIRTHS. On the 22nd November, at her residence, Clarendon, Rich- mond, Mrs. Arthur Dight, of a daughter. On the 28th November, at her residence, Botany-street, Water- loo, the wife of John Macartney, of a son. On the 29th November, at her residence, Post Office, Jam- beroo, Mrs. S. Major, of a son. On the 29th November, at Pitville-terrace, Derwent-street, Glebe, Mrs. W. P. Whight, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. On the 27th November, at Red Hill, Jordan's Crossing, by the Rev. J. H. Dash Primitive Methodist minister, James Cam- bourn, to Martha Banks, both of Red Hill. DEATHS. On the 2nd October, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Horace Lloyd, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, of conges- tion of the lungs, Edward Charles Hay, youngest son of John Atkinson, Esq., late Captain H. M. Second Lite Guards, and beloved brother of Mr. C. H. Atkinson, G. P. O., Sydney. &nbsp; On the 26th Ootober, at Lang street, Ashfield Park, Lucy Eliza, the b...
Murder of Two Chinese Storekeepers at Bowling Alley Point. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 December 1869
Harder of Two Chinese Storekeepers at Soiling Alley Point. (From tht TamtcoHh Examiner's Corrttptndent.) Two more of God'a creatoxea have been ruthlessly cut down by the band of the slayer. Ttae first intimation of the drerdful tragedy that bad been enaoted was given by a Mrs. King, who was going along the road to work about 6 o'clock on eaiutaay morning, and waB horrified at seeing a China man lyini dead, with taiB brains beaten ont, on tbe side of 'the road. Upon her communicating the intelligence to the neighbours, a large crowd immediately collected. Tne sight presented wss sickenlag in the extreme,— the Chinaman jyisg on hit faoe in a ppol of blood, ibe sknll broken into an impalpable pulp, the body lying about eight yards from tho store owned by deceased abd bis partner, the door of .which was closed. ' Seme of the by slander soalled out If there waa anybody within, and on receiving no B.n6«er, opened the door. Another ghsbtly Bpeotade presented Itielf, the other storekeeper l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
TO THE ELECTORS OF WEST fTDNEY. Gentlemen,- On the advice of the Ministry of whioh I am a mambttr, hie Execllenoy the Governor has dissolved Parliament. At the raKgestion of nomerocg friends, scd in accordance with the course which I took bo enocessf ully at tee last general election, I now respeotfnlly preeeat myself as a oaadidate for one of the eeatB at your disposal. You are doubtless aware that the necessity forthe piessLt sppttt'i to the country was pvecipitstsd in a manner unprecedented in the Parliameeta-y hiBtory of any British ooramunity. The Colonial Tieaeurer, on the 14th October, made hie financial statement, exhi biting that the revenue receivable for the year 1SG9 will largely exceed tbat of 1888; ibat white the expenditure for 1666 exceeded ihe iuosme of that year bj £135,000, ibe income of this will exceed ite expenditure by about £80,000; that he would be able to give up the newspiper tax on the let January next, and to reduce th ad valorem duties by oue half from ...
Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
Insolvency Court. -This Day. EUBBEKDKB. Cbarles Daniels Parson?, miner, now of South Sydney, late of Dubbo. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of a judgment creditor. Liabilitie, dae and admitted, £5; disputed. £1115; total, £1120. Assets, £10. Deficiency, £1110. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mac kenzie,
SUPREME COURT.-Wednesday. FIRST DAY OF FOURTH TERM-1869. (Before their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Faucett) RULES NISI FOR NEW TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
SUPREME COURT.— Wednesday. Fmsi Day oe Fodkth Teeu— 1869. (Before their'Honors bir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Faucett ) Btjmb Nisi fob. New Tbuxb, czadwzce v. 6iiith ahd oteees. The plaintiff bad in this aotion sought to recover damages against the defendants for an alleged trespass committed by them npon land situate below high water mark, and Bnbject to the ebb and flow of the tide. The action was tried before hiB Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four last sittings, when the plain tiff obtained a verdict, with £50 damages. The Attorney-General now moved rule nisi for new trial upon the grounds of various alleged misdirections, and also that the verdict wae against evidence. The Oodst granted the rule.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
T-BIN0E OF WAIVES OPERA HOUSE. Positively the last TWO NIGHTS of FORMOSA! FORMOSA Kcst be withdrawn after FRIDAY. F0BM03A. FOBMOSA FORMOSA. To conclude with a Laughable political Sketch, called an M. P. FOB A BOTTEN BOROUGH. Jerry Chance ? Mr. HOSKHJ8, with an Election Speech on tbe topias of tbe day. P--ggy Bamble ? Miss K ATE OOBOOB AN, with a new Election rong. fTIHEATEE ROYAL ADELPHI. Under the Sole Direction of Miss ROSA COOPER. Legitimate Triumph, Crowded and Fa-hion&ble Audiences, TONIGHT, Tbe Great Drama. MAUD'S PERIL, with tbe following great oast: Sir Ralph Ohalloner ? Mr. J. P. West Gerald Gwynn ? ....Mr. Lionel Harding Toby Taperioy ? Mr. Charles Young Bnrnell ? Mr. Flinhiff Lady OhiUoner ? Miss Bosa Hooper Saian Taperioy ? Mrs. J. P. Weit MissS^fioB ? Miss M.Oliver To conolude with Charles Young's highly successful faroe, A MODEL HUSBAND. THE Beautiful Scenery and the BAY of NAPLES, by Wilson and Habbe, received with thunders of applause at the Adelpbi. T»0SA CO...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. WEDNESDAY. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke.) PRAUDILENT CONSIGNMENT OF GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
CENTRAL ORIMTNAL COURT. WBDSSSDAT. (Before his Honor Vs. Justice Oheeke.) FEAUBDISBT COStlOSlTEKT OF GOODS. James Bogers and George O'Brien were charged with concealing and removing goods, with intent to defraud the creditors in the estate of Mackinlay Brothers. - Mr. Davis addressed the iarv. Mr. Sutler replied. His Honoe then summed up, and the jury, after about twenty minutes' absence, returned into court with a verdict ef guilty. Prisoners were remanded for sentence. The Court then adjourned until 10 o'clock this (Thursday) morning, when, we believe, Captain Shaw will be tried Bgain. The Nkpean.— Mr. Archibald Thompson has come orward to contest this election, His address will be found in another column.
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ARALUEN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AKAMJEN, Wednesday. Dr. Alley addressed about two hundred and fifty electors, at Johnson's London Tavern. He gave a fall exposition of his political views, and hie f utnra coarse, if returned; The meeting -was very orderly, and everything passed off satisfactorily. Mr. M- W. Kelly's supporters held a preliminary meeting at Kingsland'e Hotel. The contest is likely to be pretty even. — Herald.
Municipal Elections. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
Municipal Elections' DEOLAEATION OF THE POLL. About 11 o'olook this morning a large crowd col looted in York-street, opposite tbe Town Hall, to hear the result of yesterday's polling. At about half-past 11 o'clock the Betuming-ofSoer (Mr. Benny, Mayor) appeared on the balcony and declared the state of the poll to be as follows . — Macquabie Waeb. Mr. Macintosh ... ... ... 376 Palmer ... ... ... 187 Majority for Maointosh ... 189 Bbisbase Wabd. Mr Day ? 489 FiUpatrick ... ... ... 245 Majority for Day ... ... 244 Bouses Wabd. Mr. Andrews ... ... ... 892 Bowe ... ... ... 170 Majority for Andrews ... 222 Fitzboy Wabd Mr. Green ... ... ... 869 Bntler ? 624 Majority for Green ... 245 Cook Ward, Mr.Kippax ? 768 Tard ... ... ... 300 Majority for Eippax... 463 Phillip Wabd. Mr. Bown ... ... ... 336 Hurley ? 287 Majority for Bown ... 49 .UEKIBON WABD. Mr. Murphy (unopposed), G-ipps Wabd, Mr. Caraher (unopposed) Great cheering followed the declaration of tbe poll. The EKTnEKiHG-OrnoEE then cal...
East Sydney Election. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
East S/dney Election. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. The nomination of candidates for the representation of East Sydney in the House of Assembly of the new Parliament of New South Wales took place at the hustings, Hyde Park, at noon to-day. The fieturning-ofSoer, Aeobtbald Thompsok, Esq., opened the proceedings (there being fully 4000 persons present) by reading his notice calling the meeting, and suggested, as he should introduce the candidates in the order they had announced themselves, that the utmost order would be preserved, and that the TJropcstrs, and seconders, and candidatts would be as 'brief as pos sible. Mr, J. L. Mokxefiore proposed Mr. George King, Mr. John Wiluaus seconded the nomination. (Cheers,) Mr. Ohaelh William Walfobd nominated Mr. William Cover. (Laughter and ironical oheers ) Mr. W. OqvBB seconded his own nomination, in the unavoidable absence ef the gentleman who 1iad pro mised him he would perform that duty. Mr. Richaed Jones nominated Mr. Charles Cowper, O.M.G....
MUDGEE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
MTJDGKEE, Wednesday. Hr, M. H. Stephens'e caddidatureis announced. His address appears in the Western Post Mr. Terry had a very indifferent reoeption last evening, and the feeling in town ia very strong agaiast him. The mail ooaoh capsized near Tabrabnora to day, and Sydney Brown, the driver, was seriously injuredi -Herald. i
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO S. C. BROWN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
QOMPLIMEETAMr DINNER TO 8. G. BROWN, ESQ. A banquet wai given last evening, at the Town Hall, Mewtown, to Stephen Campbell Brown, Esq., by his friends and neighbours, resident in that diitriot. At half past 7 o'clock, to tbe number of about 120 the aceemblea gentlemen Eat down to dinner. The arrangements were ot the best description, ice banquet was prepared by M. Oompagnoni, and com prehended every delicacy of the season.- William Curtis, Ee-j., Mayor of Newtown, rocupied tne ohair. Mr. James Bennett, of Camperdown, did the honours of vice-chairman, On tbe right of tbe ohair the guest of the livening was ssated, and on his right the Hon, the Minuter for Works. On the left of the chairmen were the Hon. Taomas Holt, M.L.O., and E. 0. Wo«kes, M.LC. There were present many influential citizens, including the college officials, fix mayors of suburban municipalities, and many aldermen, betides private citizens. Dinner having been discussed, the ohairman, after stating that the dinner was...
BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
BRISBANE. Wednesday; A deputation waited on the Colonial Treasurer to-day, on the subject of the Northern mails. The Treasurer stated that, from the applications reosived for information, he expected several tenders. In the meantime, the steamer Mary will be sent up to supply gape ia the existing ees mail service. Sae leaves next week. Muoh indignation expressed at the A, S, N. Co. detaining the mails unnecessarily.— Herald.
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. MB- COWPEi'S ADDBESS TO THE ELECTORS. Mr. Oowper addressed a meeting of the electors of East Sydney, in the Yiotoria Theatre, last evening, Lonij before the time fixed for the taking of ths chair many hundreds were met in the theatre; and at the time Mr. Cowper came forward to address thorn, the place was crowded to the very esiling. There could not be less than three thousand per ions present. Indeed there appeared to be more than were ever assembled before even in that theatre Mr, Oowper. on entering, was greeted with cordial and enthusiastic cheering. Amongst thoBa on the stage wars the Premier, the Treasurer, the Minister for Lands, Mr. George King, Mr. Salomons, Mr. Dalley, fas. On the motion of Mr. Benjamct Jakes, the chair was taken by Mr. Eobsbt Stewabt, who stated tbe object of the meeting, and called on Mr. Oowper to address the meeting. Mr. Oowfeb, on rising, was received with renewed applause, As soon as silence was restored, he eaid: 'Once more ...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
MELBOUBNB. Wednesday. Tho argument on the rale nisi for anew trial in the iBcurance case, Adelaide Marine Insurance Company versus the N«w South Wales Marine Insurance Company, has been decided against ths latter company. The Pnilnarmomo society performed the opera, ' Bohemian Girl' successfully before a crowded audience last night in the Haymarket Theatre, A cricket match takes place to-morrow between the Melbourne Crieket Clnb and the officers of the Flying Squadron. Levy Brothers, ths firm implicated in the late customs seizure, have been fined £1000 by the Commissioner, in addition to the full dqties on the seized goods.— E mpire In the Assembly last night, Mr. Stutt spoke for three hours in defence; Mr. M'Kean having moved that he bad been guilty cf nnduly influencing the Lands Department The debate has been adjourned. Mr. G, P. Smith resumed the debate today. Mr. MaoBherson announced that the matter of direct steam communication via the Cape would not be dealt with this sessio...
Shipping. ARRIVALS-December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
gripping* ABBIVALa— December L City of Brisbane, steamer 503 tons, Knight, from Brisbane 29th ultima Passengers— Mm. Espie, Messrs. 0, S. Meic, A. Cameron, A. Gdbraith, and 12 ia the 6teerage. A.6.N. Oo, agents. Agues Irving, steamer, 400 tone, Oreer, from Oration 80th ultimo. Passengers— Mrs. Potts and tenant, His. Moon and dhild, Miss Parnell, Miss Gardiner, Messrs. E. D. Ogilvie, waibow, Ohaetilly. Matheaen, Maurioe, and 11 in the steerage. 0. and &&EN. Co. agents. DEPABTOBB8.— December 1. OoeanBtide, barqoe, for Melbourne (resumed her ?voyage). City of Adelaide, steamer, for Melbourne. Alexandra, steamer, for Adelaide. Black Swan, steamer, for Maryborough. Kate, barque, tor Auckland. 0LEABAN0E8.-December 1. Resolute, ship, 1072 tons. Campbell, for London. Passengers— Mn and Mrs. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. White, and 4 children. metaris, caique, zti tons, juann, ior a waking Nil Deepersndum, brig, 157 tons, Jonner, for Petropanlovski. Kale, barque, 841 tons, Cooper, f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
PABBAMATTA AND BIVEB '? 1 BTEAMEBS. I at about Half the Bailway Bates. On STJNMAT: From Sjdnej- 9.15. 2,15, 6 15. From P»'ramstta!Z7r. 12, 4.S0. Calling at finstei't Hill, Fire Dock, GladeBviUe, Byde, Newiogtoa, Ermington, Subiaco. ' '=_ Children— Saloon, return, 6d. only, -^,) T3F B. 8. 6.. K. 0 0 » jfefjfJBMKia SYDNEY TO TEB HUHTHB. ? ? TO-WOBBOIrV, FBtDAT NIGHT, *t' 11, the' JiOEBSTH. ! . SEWQiaa.* to smssar. The PATEBSON.TO-MOBBOW, FBEDAT EVEN I3fG,at6. V, J. THOHAB, Huugtr, Offices, ioet.ef USwkit-striit.. -: '» fi^i^A SBBiMlfAVIGAXIOUOOM. gESr5oSBP^Trra BTHA3PHIP&— ? TO HUNTBK STVKE, OOLLABOY, To Night, Thunsaiyj at 11. . TO MELBOUBNB. WONGA WONGA, Weiaesday Aftsroo-a, at 4.30. iVane- Cabin, £3 ; return, £6 10s ; Saloon, 40 j rttvin, £10; -Btewe £i:iOa. '? , TO AUOKLAND. AUCKJDA.KD, Wedne«-3ay Afternoon, at 5 Taking Passingsrg' apd Qalgo for all thi Ports in th* Nwtlwrn laiwd ? ? ? ? TO BRISBANE. ?- ? LADY YOUNG, This Afternoon, -Thursday at 5. TO MABYBOBOTJGH. BLAOK S...
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869
THURSDAY, DE0EMBEH 2, 1869. Any one who saw ancT heard Mr. Charms Oowp KB last evening, and who witnessed the glorious reoeption aooorJed to him after his long absence from public life, most have felt that he was not unworthy of the enthusiasm manifested in his behalf. Bad he not spoken at all, there was something in the irrepressible and unstintedhomage of that numerous assem blage which must have convinced those least in clined to hero-worship that Charles Cowper is a man who has deserved well of the people. Neither were the most fervent manifestations o( approval given exclusively by those who are often oharged with faeiDg too ready to throw up their caps on any occasion. Meny of the most undemonstrative men of the city, gentlemen whose habits of life natu rally exercise a repressive influence on those feelings which, when highly wrought up, find vent in vociferous exclamations and nervous gesticulations, — manysuoh were amongst the most boisterous in their approval. The calm, un...