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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 2 December 1869

BIRTHS. On the 19th November, at her residence, 329, Sussex-street, the wife of D. C. Daigleish, of a daughter. On the 28th November, at Campbelltown, Mrs. Arthur Lenon, of a daughter. On the 28th November, at her residence, 106, South Head Road, Mrs. J. Welch, of a son. On the 30th November, at her residence, Darling Mills, Parra- matta, Mrs. George French, of a son. On the 1st of November, at her residence, Richmond, Mrs. B. Salkilld, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 15th November, by special license, by the Rev. Dr. Fullerton, Edwin, fourth son of George Wilson, Esq., of Vineyard Cottage, Lane Cove, to Eliza, third daughter of James Reid, Esq., of Bramerton, North Sydney. On the 25th November, at St. Paul's Church, Murrurundi, by the Rev. J. J. Nash, incumbent, assisted by the Rev. Canon Child, William Arlington, second son of the Rev. Plumpton Wilson Mowsley, Rectory, Leicestershire, England, to Emilie Catharine, second daughter of Philip Wentworth Wright, Esq., of Bickham. On T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

mo THE'- ELECTORS Ot WEST I X .r, .. -. rPi-K.By: . . . j. Gbwieken,— On Uie &flvioe Jif the Ministry of wluon I asL a tnunbav:, Jiis ^secllsooy tbo j^ovdmoT ' has dissolved Parliament. At. the suggietion of ' numeione friends, and io«cosrdMioe with the oooree whiohltaik 'bo enooeaifulIyittbeUEt general (slcotion, . I now respectfully present myself ts a candidate for '. one of tiw ssats at your disposal. ? . , } ' ' Yon ire doubtless awsre that tie necessity for the present appeal to the/osastrr, jess .precipitated is 8 ' manner unprecedented in tha FarUamento'7'.luetory of - ?ny British oommunity, j .The. polotial Treasurer, on the 14th October, made tie financial statement, exhi biting {hut the revenue jeceivabls for the year 1869 j viUlu^lj- exceed that of 1838; that while the ' ?npendjture for 18613' exoeeded the incame of that year by £135,000, the income of this will exceed ite ?xpenditure.by about £80,000; that he would be able to give up the newspaper tax on the 1st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court-This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

Insolvency Court— This Day. SUBBENDEB. Maurice John Moore, of Churoh-hill. Sydney, commission acent.' OauaeB of insolvency: Pressure ot creditors, Liabilities, estimated £900. Assets, about £80. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Maokenzie. Gknebjll QrjiETEE SissroNs.-His Eroellency the Governor, by advice of the Executive Council, iias appointed and directed by proclamation that Courts of Ganer&l Quarter Sessions fihall be holden at tbe follow i»g places and dates in 1670: — Metropolitan and Ooast Districts— Sidney: 31st January, 4th April, 2nd May, 25th July 22 ud August, 3rd Ootober, let November, and 19lh December. Maitland: 10th February, 12th May, 8th September, 5th December. Sin gleton: 22nd Februiry, 23rd May, 20th eeptemoer. ftiUBweuorosK : ZBtn JeDruary, oucn jn.ay, 10th October. Scone: 3rd March, 2nd Jose, 13th Ootober. Hurrmrandi: 7th March, 6th Jane, 17th October. Southern District OimDbslltown-: 7th January, 20th May, 23rd September.' Berrima: 14th January, 10th June...

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Furious Attack by a Stag. TWO MEN DANGEROUSLY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

Furious Attack by a Stag. TWO MEN DANGEROUSLY WOUNDED. We learn from a Hamilton (Victoria) janrnal that a strange incident occurred lately at Mr. M'K«llan'a Str thkellow station , on wbich are some deer running. It seems that a fine buck, br raonin? his antlers against the fence, had succeeded in removing tome palings, and he escaped from bis enclosure through the aperture so made. James GattoD,' tbe gardener, went up to the animal, whioh wa9 nanally very quiet, and had succeeded in placing bia baed npon him. Tbe stag turned on him suddenly, and ripped the poor fellow's stomach in a frightful manner. George Lindsay, tbe groom, who was on horseback at the time, came up to render assistance, and for that parpoBe dismounted from his horse. The ouck tben attacked him and plunged his antlers into tbe left breast above the heart, penetta.ing a couple of inches. Had net tbe groom uanaged to scramble upon bU bone and gallop away, worse might have befallen him fer the stag was preparing to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

TfcBIHOE OP v WALES OPERA. HOUS! MONSTER ATTRACTION ! ENTIEE CHANGS OF PERFORMANCE. Tbe Great Drama of PEEP O' DAT, with all its effort. Mr. ROSKINS will address the Eleeora of West Sydney in a sea speech, MiasKATB CORCORAN, will eing a ne» Elehion Bobj;. IBIS EVENING, Saturday, will be preaeated Fait jut's grand Drama, is four »ote, entitled PEEP O' DAT. Sapported bj tke entire strength of the oompsny. To ooHdude with a No»el Politieal Sketoh, entitled 1LP. FOB A BOTTEN BOEOUGH. Jerry Chanee ? Mi. HOSKINE MONDAY aDd TUESDAY, TBE TEMPEST; or, The Enchanted Isle. SCHOOL OF ARTS PITT-SrBEET. 8ATCBDAY EVENING C0NCEBT8. The Committee of tbe above Concerts have 'modi arrangements with the LANCASHIRE; BELL R1NGEB8 to appear THI3 (Saturday) EVENING, December 4th. Admission, 6d. ; Reeerred Seats, Is. Front Chain (Ihii time only) 2*. SOANDINAV1AIAN HALL OABTLEREAGH.STEEET. Proprietor and Hall Meager...... Mr. W. T. Johnsor Stage Manager ? Mr. W. H, Fere Pianist and Harmonist ? Mr. A. Bauerbi...

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OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

OUE LONDON C0ERESP0NDENCE. No. IL Critics still find 'Meadows of margin and rivnleta of text;' yet it is unoertain whether ' Byron' was as black as painted. It is agreed that he was sot quint essence; bnt tbe notorious 'true tlctj,' or black- - balling, to which the frail genius has bten exposed, has so far tailed in o^nvineine public opinion that the w*nt is aiade ont. Mn. Stom'a reply ta her oomerow - atsaflanta was expected to appear in the November number of Maomillan'e Magazine; bnt it is now understood that her defence is reserved for the present. How many things not generally known snd not introduced into the '' correct natrntm' would have been lost to a sow enlightened publio, if Byron had not again been rendered the observed of all observers: we should have been left in ignorance that his curly locks were not bestowed by nature, but were the pro ductions of those paper designs, eo bewitching, and . in which ladies are moat prone to indulge. It is an ill wind turns none to g...

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Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. PORT MACQUARIE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

Telegraphic Intelligence. This Day. POET MACQUABIE. flaturrliiv. The Susannah Oathbert left at 10 o'clock, this morning, with seventy paupers from the Government Asylum.

Publication Title: Evening News
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EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

EAST SYDJHEY ELECTION. AooordinR to announcement, the official declaration of {he poll for tbe constituency of East Sydney was made this morning, at 10 o'clock. Mr, Thompson apslogued for not having declared the result last even ing because the wools of the Mtnrus had not come in, stating that on no previous election lor JsietbydDor had tuck 8 large number of votes been polled. He then prooeeded to auntunoe the number of votes re corded for each candidate in the order in which they steed upon the paper:— Mr. King ? 27^2 Oovsr ? 77 Oowner ? 2548 Nwle ? 2071 Hunt ... ? 742 Buchanan ... ... ... 2765 Steel ? 699 Sir James Martin ... ... 3158 Mr. Parkes ? 8397 Salomons ? ... 3106 Jennet ? SO He therefore declared Mr. Henry Parkrs, Sir James Martin, Mr, Buchanan, and Mr. George King to be dnlyeleoted to serve the constituency of Eatt Sjdney n the ensuing Parliament. Mr. Hihr* Paekib than onus forward, udatid:— Hr Relarnlng-offlcer-Eleotori of E«st Sydney,— I tbank yon with each language a...

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NEWCASTLE. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

? NEWCASTLE. DECLABATION OP THE POLL. Friday Evening. The official declaration of the poll was made at half-past 5 o'elook. Tbe announcement was reseeived with tremendous enthusiasm. The numbers stood — Lloyd ? 688 Martin ? 605 Majority for Lloyd ? 83

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ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

ADELAIDE. W Fria»T. ? The Central Boad Jojird report that the expenditure for 1868 was £}80,-000^j *-. The corn market is.gsiatt 4V4A- b offering tor old, and is. for new whjjaV- jaife' of country flour have been xnsd&AttEH) lOs.T-HeVald. It ia/f umonred that the Opposition intend, shortly, to mo/s, a^ote of want of oonfidenoiMn the Admisis t»ti/njy i ? ? - . \V\ Tl^ejjot IQQipmjttee, appointed to inquire into and report upon^aawiy^steneiohTiiSve'det^ed in favour of the Fort Augusta, line, Tney'ido not, however, recominend -any- tSteMisp beyond --6 pat cent of the Government guarantee. . . ' / Teh Lahoashiee Belleikgebb. — The Lancashire Batlringera arrived in tbe Wonga Woaga, steamer, last evening, and perform a popular concert at the Sotaool of Arts to-night Pbobooation of tbe Legislative Copicri, — His Ezoellenoy the Governor, by proclamation is last night's Gazette, has further prorogued the Legislative Council, wh oh stool prorogued (o the 15th instant, until Wednesday,...

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GRENFELL. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

GBENFELL. FridavNieht Mr. G. M. Stephen is a candidate for the Gold-fields South, as well as the Laohlan. lie is expected to arrive here to-morrow.

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Shipwreck off Moonlight Heads. TOTAL LOSS OF THE MARIE GABRIELLE. Cape Otway, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

Shipwreck off Moonlight Heads TOTAL LOBS OF THE MABIE GABEIELLE. Cane Ofrwav. November 29. The barque Marie Gabrieile, bound from FooChow Foo to Melbourne, with tea, consignee! to Messrs. Towns and Co,, was wrecked at 1 o'clock on the morn ing of the 25th, two miles west of Moonlight Head, The vessel struck a reef, and was carried over by the eurf into a Band basis, where ehe parted in half. Tho lea is washing ashore, and Captain Blanchard reports tbat a great portion ot the cargo will be recovered in fine weather. All bands reached tbe shore in eafety, and Captain Blanchard, with the mate and three hands, arrived at Oape Otwav at 4.30 yesterday, in great distress, having had no food for four days, and, in ooQBequenoe, were suffering greatly. The second mate and five men reached Obappsl arid Laurie's station, at Aire River, yesterday, two much knooked up to proeeed. Food has been sent to them, and they will be at Caps Otway to-day Four natives of New Ireland s'.ayed at the scene of ...

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TUMUT. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

TUMDT. Friday. Mr. Brown had a crowded and enthueiaho meeting here last night, over 300 eleotore were present Mr. B. A. Newman took tae chair. Mr. Brows very tally and satisfactorily explained his views. Mr. William Bridle, junior, thereupon moved, and Mr. E, A, Fitzgerald seconded, that Mr, Brown is afit and proper person to represent the constituency, whioh was ' carried amidst great oheeiing, with only one dissentient Mr. Mandelaon.in answer to oalls bom the audience, addressed the meeting, declaring that he weald nee bis utmost influence for Mr, Brown.— Herald.

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Paddington Election. RETURN OF THE HON. JOHN SUTHERLAND UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

Paddington Election. BETURN OF THE HON. JOHN 6UTHEBLAND UNOPPOSED. A publio meeting of the eleoton of Paddington for the nomination of a member to represent the electo rate in the Legislative Assembly of tho new Parlia ment of New -oath Wales, wa« held at Bedfsrn at noon, thie day. The attendance was vary small, there being scarcely three hundred persons present. The Returning officer explained the purport of the meeting, and -claimed a fair hearing foe tbe persons who would address the eleotora. The writ having been read, the bnsi ees was pro seeded with. Dr. Lisa (who was received with cheers) said, abint twelve months ago be proposed the Hen John Sathcr'and «.- their representative. If it had not been interfered with tbs late Parliament might bsve continued till now, and bavs done good service to tbe state in nitons important respects Hear, hear.) Tbe Ministry were entitled to fair play, to a air trial This' they did Dot receive at tbe hands of tbe Opposition. As the lite Governm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

MELBOURNE. Friday. All the steamers in port will tck« passengers, to morrow, to witness a grand naval review, in which the Nelson takes put. Eight thousand school ohildren visited the Flying 6quaaron to-day. There is a rumour of a split in the Ministry respect ing Messrs. Byrne and Beeves retaining their offices without eeats in the Assembly. Flour is dull at from £18 to £14. Maiie and kerosene are in demand, Mr, M'Eean's motion with regard to Mr. Stutt and the LandB Inquiry Committee was negatived by a majority of 38 against 17. The wiil of the late Mr. James Butotiart has been proved at under £100,000. A great oavalcade has gone to the pionio given by the Mayor, at Fern Tree Gully, to theoffioers of the Flying Squadron. It was very snooessfnl. A alight sbower fell ic the afternoon. Another firm has beet fined £100 for passing low entries. At the Ballaiat raoes the District Plate was won by Farmer's Daughter. Selling Hurdle Baoe: Standard Bearer, 1; Yorkahiroman, 2. Ballarat Handic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. ARRIVALS-December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

i&MpjHttg. ABBIVALB— December 8. Wongs Wongs, steamer. 680 tons, Brown, from Melbourne lit instant Mrs Bodkin and servant, Mrs. {Smith, Mrs. Goldaworthy, Mrs. Spring, Mrs. Bobens, lbs. Davis, Hiss Bellot, Mias Sutherland, Hestrs, Vans, Kynerley, Pooley, Sharp, J. Oasttrea, Gregory, Webb, Andenon, J. M Oonaril, W. Bowman, Laoy, A. W. Button, Geldsworthy, P. Mills, A. Thompeon, 3. Batters, J. Water, J. Whitaker, G. Harrison, W. Byant, W. Spring, Windwald, W. Green, Hilton, Bobens, Dew, Salomon, and 40 in the steerage. A.8.N. Co., agents, DEPAETOEE.— Deosmber S. Nil DeepartnAum, brig, for PetropaulsvBkL OLBABANOEa-Deoember 3. Taseo, barque, 264 tone, Heard, for Mauritius. Passengers — Messrs. Ernest La Matquc- and servant, Thornton, and Harrison. Minnie, barque, 408 ton;, Hatt, for Shanghai, PaeHOgns — Messrs. Ford and Gaspers. City of Melbourne, barque, 168 too;, Brown, for Wide Bay. Magellan Cloud, schooner, 99 tons, Browning, for Fiji. Passengers— Messrs. Whitford, Mackenzie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

PA B BAM A T T A AND ETFEB I ' . 8TEAMBES. I , at about Eiut the Hallway Bates. - . . ', On SUNDAY: ' From BjdB6jr-9,U. 2,15,6.15. . fir^B Parr»mattr.-7, 12,430. , Cajjinj.at,, Buster's Hill, Fire Dock, GladerriUe,; Hyde, Kewingtoa, Ermington, Sobitoo. ;*.., . . ^Children,— Saloon, return, 64 only. «&fik it ^' *?'?* *' ° 0- giiialiiig BYDBTEY TO TEB JiuaxBa. On MONDAY MOENINGr, at7, the PATEBSOtf. aiwoASSTLB to srotriB?. ??'?'' The MOEPETH, on BONDA? MOBNlitG, at 10. ''...' R J. lEOt-iAS, Han»e»tt Offices, foet efStaktwrtMst, ? f«SJS£«bLJl STKAil NAVIGATION COM - qggSI»gy^PAWV-B 8TEAMBHIP8— TO at'NTitR BIVSB. 0' ONASBABA, Tonight, Saturday, atU, ? TO WBLBOTJBNK. Clir OF MELBOONE. Tuesday AftttBOon, at 4.80, l'ni«B~Oabin, £8; return, £5 IDs { Saloon, £6; ' - wtsHi, £10; Btssrage d-A 10s. TO AUCKLAND, AUCKLAND, Wednesday Afternoon, at 5. Taking PMeeugeii and Oargo for oil tfe» Ports is the NoJtksrn Ieknd. . i- TO BEI8BANE. FLOBEKOE IRVING, Tuesday Afternoon, at 5. :; TO MAS YB...

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

SATURDAY, DEQEMBBR 4, 1869. Ths result of the oonteet for East Sydney will, we thick, be considered by a vary large proportion of the people of this oolony as a great misfortune. It is the outcome of the religions intolerance evoked in this commu nity by the Boonndrel set of O'Farrell, and assiduously fostered by a body o! men wao have brought hither their old- world political reminiBoences and violent faction hatreds. Into the hands of this body a clique of celo nial politicians have traitorously played ; and the consequence is that we have now at tbe head of the poll for a demoora.io oonstitaenoy a man who was only a democrat so long as it suited Mb purpose, but who having succeeded in plaoing himself at the head of a faction actuated by the -uoBt unreasoning and un scrupulous of all passions — that of sectarian animosity, has thrown off the mask, and ootne forth in his true colours. We have second on the poll a man who sever recorded a v:te for the working olassee is the whole of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 4 December 1869

BIRTHS. On the 22nd November, at 3, Bedford-place, Elizabeth-street the wife of J. V. Murcutt, harpist, of a daughter. Both doing well. On the 25th November, at Edgcombe House, Newcastle, the wife of M. W. Lewis, jun., Esq., of a daughter. On the 26th November, at her residence, Macquarie-street, Parramatta, Mrs. J. Y. Mills, of a daughter. On the 30th November, at Shoalhaven, Mrs. A. De Mestre, of a son. On the 2nd instant, at Avoca, Norwood, N.S.W., Mrs. Charles A. Lee, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 25th November, by special license, at Christ Church, Queanbeyan, by the Rev. A. D. Soares, William, only son of Thomas Brown, builder, late of Queanbeyan, to Mary Ann, second eldest daughter of William Rusten, of Queanbeyan. By special license, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. J. Dwyer, on the 14th of October, James, second son of the late James Murray, stonemason, Tullamore, Ireland, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Laurence Sherlock, county Galway, Ireland. DEATHS. On th...

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

MONDAY, DEOEMEEB 6, 1869. AriBT altogether from the principles upheld by Mr. I 'ALLEY on 8aturday night, the speech which ho uttere 3 was as noble a burst of eloquence as ever same from the lips of man. Perfect in argument, sound in reason, brilliant in diction, and of mtstcrly arrange ment, it was uttered with a passionate energy and fervonr whioh compelled the assent even of opponents of the oause he espoused. It was a speeoh that appealed at or.'ce to the mind and the heart. It was an oration that conquered prejudioe and evoked all generous instincts. It was the utterance of eloquent indignation, of earnest protest, of niatily, outspoken denunciation. Above all it was characterised by good taste. There was reason enough for invective, and Mr. Dalley used it, there was cause for censure and it was not spared ; bu; the scathing satire, the overwhelming scorn, the annihilating vituperation were uttered by (he coBgne of a gentleman. The speaker had te treat of matters and men that ne...

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