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[?] of Palmer and Williams [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

I x; cation cf Palmer nnd WilUams (From the Bockhampton BuUtlin November U.) Yesterday moraine Charles Frederick George Palmer and John Williams underwent the full penalty of the law in Bockhampton gaoL Palmer, since his conviction, showed that he felt tbe terrible position in whioh be Btood, »nd the clergymen who have at* ended him— Bev, Mr. Dotting, Kev. Mr. Jeokyn, and Bar. Mr. Hsrtlty— have expressed thoir conviction that he has been truly penitent. Palmer made a confession whibb wss redeoed to writing, and the contents of which were to be communio&ted to twelve persons. Thie doenment Mr. Wiseman will forward to the Oolonial Secretary. On applying to Mr, Wieemau for the document for publication, he informed ub that Pa'mer particularly requested that it should not be published in tbe Bockhampton papers. It does not, we belisve, differ materially from hia published con fessioo, espept sb to tho firing of the fatal ehot. Williams, since his conviction, has conversed freely ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

Telegraphic InielligeECe, This Day WEST JUITLAKD. A (hooking accident happened to Mr. Feler Green, J.P., this morning. A btavy team fell on him, f rioturing both legs and crushing his body severely.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.-DECEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

? DI&BY.— Deoeubbr 6^ ? 6«T^~| Moo, I DEM. '1315^1 S-M«j6c».| Bit*. ) Site. I WtaB.iEwq h ?m I fi.m. j turn! ( i^T j h.m. j b.m, 4 14 I 6.68 J7.3Sa.rn. j 9.32pm.! 10.7 j 1028 Deo FitBt Quarter -11th 9a. 16.4m, a.m.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELONG. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

ADELON'G. Eitntday. Mr. If. H. Stephen arrived hen to-day, and was fBoort»din!» town'bja large cooosnrse, headed by a band and oolonra. He ehortly addressed the electors and was enthusiastically reeeivei— Herald. GKEOTELL. Mr. James Watson's published address gives general satisfaction. Qteat feelinjt in his favour. HORCYA, A large maeting was addressed by the Hon. D. Bean, this evening. He was entbueia»ticaUy received, *ad a vote of ooaSdenoe carried unanimously.— Herrtd. TAMWOBTH. Mr. Hanley Bennett, the local candidate for Liver* paol Plains, published an address to tbe electors to day, and calls » meeting on Monday evening, at the Mechanics' Institute, to address the electors,— Herald. BEEEIMA. Messrs. Mortice and Belinfarte addressed a large meeting of their fiiends at Nattai last sight, and were well received ; thus finishing their oinvaesing tour through the district, which is regarded by their friends 89 being highly successful. The defeat of Mr. Oowper for East Sydney haB c...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

mo THE ELECTORS OF WEST ' JL SFDNBY. GnrfLmom.-On ill* advice of the Ministry of ?which I am a number, his Kxeellenoy the Governor Ins dimolved Parliament, At Us Buggtstion of ?nmeroae friendB, and in eowidanoe with the course which I took eo enoceeefully at the last general sleotior., I sow nspctfnlly pteseat myieli as a candidate fer OM of the eeats at your disposal, Yon are doubtless aware that the necessity for fee present appeal to the oountry was precipitated in a manner unprecedented in the Parliarsenta»y hietory of any British ootnmuEity. The Oolonial Treasurer, on the lith Ootober, made tie financial statement, «zhi biting that the revenue receivable for the year 1869 Will largely exoeed that of 1888; (bit while tha expenditure for 1868 exceeded the inoeme of that year by £185,000, theinoomeof this will exceed ite expenditure by about £80,000; that he would be able to give op the newspiper taxoa the let January Beit, ?nd to reduce th- ad valorem duties by one half from the ...

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 — 6 December 1869

Coroner's Court— This Day. Tne City Oorsner, this morning, held an inqneBt upon the body of a man named Simon Cory. Tne evi'ence showed that tb.9 deceased was a prisoner of the Grown, and had been received from Braidsood on the 18th December, 1867, under sentence of htrd labour fer three years. Deceased was a native of IrtlaDd, seed tbiity-three years. He died yesterday morning in the gaol hospital. The visiting surgeon stated that daoeased was admitted into the hoepital on Saturday last, suffering from griping pains in the abdomen. He prescribed for him and saw him the following day at 8 o'clock, and found tbat he had died, A poBt mortem examination revealed that the cause of death was inflammation of the bowels, The jury returned a verdict of death (torn natural oaueee. An inquest was also held before the City Coroner, at the Loid High Admiral Hotel, Botany-street, this morning, tcu.hing the death of William Collins. The evidence shotted that deceased was a dairyman, residing in D...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBERTSON AND CAMPBELL FOR WEST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

BOBEBTSON 'A^^UiMJPSElL Mill WEST SYDNEY. ] A psblio meeting ef the eleotors of West Sydney was held en Saturday evening at the Masonic Hall, Yort-rireft. There was a very crowded attfedanoe. Tbe Hon. Johs Oampbeu., M.L.0, having been voted to the ohair, wte rewired with great applause. He introduced to the meeting bis friend Kr. John Robertson, (Cheers). if;. BoBBErsow tvas7£seivs-] with treat acclamation. He said that be sppeaud once more befoie there, aa a candidate for tbeir suffrages. He was deeply grieved at the rejeclicu of frs o'd snd valued friend, Mr. Oowper; for he wonld have eocht seen all his colleagues rejected tban Mr. Oowpfr. 8-i they hud sustained the worst mi&fortuBs in the rejec tion of one of the best men that ever eat in their Fai lianunt— a heavier visitation oould^not be had. For himself, whether be was elected for Bast Sydney or for West Sydney it mattered not, for he was sure he oomli fight h is wsy to a seat in the Houre of Assembly, (Cheers.) . He ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS. December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

§-Mpp*tig* i ARRIVALS. December 4, City of Manchester, rtip 699 torn, Bhuni, from Glasgow 2Srd August. Passengers— Mm. Bhaad, Mr. M'Oome. Oaird, Paterwn, end Co., agents. Fire King, steamer, 200 tone, Hersee, from Manning Biver 3rd instant 8, Natter, agent Florence bring, steamer, 342 tone, FitEsimmons, from Briibane 2nd instant, Passengers— Miss Stan ley. Mr. and Mrs. Short, servant, and family, lire, Jonee and child, Mrs. and Mies Kingston, Mrs. Diiaan, Mrs. Herbert and child, lbs. Miphara, Miss E. Leat, Mi. and Mrs, Mylae, eemat, and family, Uetsrs. Blsxland, Drinan, Madden, Maasie, Biohey, Sfepham, (yBonrke, Lseser. Thomas, B. Graham, S.V. Sanderltads, Woolf, Captain Wettenball, Mr. Boad , and 2 children, and 54 in the steerage. A B N. Oo , agents. Banter, steamer, 810 tons, Garde, from Mcrimbula 4th instant Passengers— Mrs. Mealy, Messrs. Grew, Munn, Dale, Smith, and 6 in the steerage I.6.N. Oo , agents. . _ . Btllina, steamer, 200 tons, Msides. from Macleay Biver. Passengers- ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

rlJLBBAjI^TTA. AND BltBB IT STJS&*BBS. : . «t»tont Half the EaUway Bates. On«UNHAY: From Sydney-r?.'. 8.16, 6 16. From r*n*mrtta-7, 18. 4.30. Calling at BMtet'a Hill, Fire Dock, eiriwyille, Byde, HeaiBgtoa, Eranngton, Sabiaco. Children— Saloon, return, 6d. only. SsSKmi stxhstbt to thb hunthb. TO-MOEBOW, TUESDAY NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPETH. SIWOASXLE XO STONET. The SATEBSON, TQ-MOBBOW, TUESDAY EVKNING, at 6. 7. J. THQKA8, Ksntpr, Offices, fost stJfiaricet-straot. a^5k rffiEE AUSTBALAisIAH (S^^^X. X 6ISAM RAVKJATIOK 0OM- gffl|||^Kg-AKYlg STBAM8HDP8— TO HUNTER BIVEE. 00LLABOY. To-night, Monday, at 11. TO MBLBOUENK. CITY OF MELBOUNE, Tomorrow Afternoon, Tuesday, at 4.80. Farw-Oabin, £S; return. £5 10s; Saloon,. £6; return, £10; Storage £1 10s. TO AUCKLAND. AUOKLAND, Wednesday Afternoon, at 5, Taking PawengeiB and Cargo for all tt« Ports in th* Northern Island, TO BBI8BANE, FtOBElfOE IEVINa, Tomorrow Afternoon, Tnes. day, at 5. TO MABYBOBOUGH. BLACK SWAN, Wednesday, 15th instant, a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

Cotumetctai, Monday, 4 p.m. Nothing cm be more quiet than the market in breadstnffB. Flour, ef the best eilk-dreesed quality, from Adelaide or elsewhere, ie offered at £18 to £14 per ton, in large or small quantities ; but it is found next to an impossibility to maka sales except to meet the demands of bakers and retailers, and then only to a very limited extent Wheat continues to be offered at Ra In Re RH nnr bnahn) : and the nromifiO of the new crop, which will in »ll probability be most abundant, prtventB an advance being looked for. In maize there is little doing, 8b to Ss 2J per bufhtl are the qaotations; but buyers decline to operate largely ; Cape barley is 2a 8d to 3e ; Englieh ditto. 8s 9d to 4s; bran 16d; luoeme hay is quoted at 80s to 32e 6d ; oaten, 40s to 50s; straw, 30s to 40s per ton ; onions 6s to 10a per owt, ; potatoes, 4b to 5i 64. Farm produoa ia in good supply.— Fowls, 2s 6d to 8b per pair; ducks, 8s 6d to 4s ; gtnee, 8s to -3j 6i; tntkeji, 8s tol2«; eggs, 7d to...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

CON ^BET.— Benefit in aia of a Distressed JEWISH FAMILY. -NOTIcE;-Any of the patrons who were kind enough to assist the above charity by taking tickets, will have their money refnrned by applying at 75, Kiogstreet, as the benefit will aot taie piece. YOAN W0LBA.CK A POLEON will deliver a LEOTUHE oa text SUNDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m., December ] 2lb, ot the Scundisavian H»tl, on ' Paeting ocoarrencea scd errors,' from the S7ti chapter Oer.eiis. The drying npof tbe Bivef Euphrates, on Boiiplunl, hietoiieal, tod p.ophetic pre diotiens. Proof by vouchers, bea'injf the stamp of tbe Almighty'e band, that the unmerciful and systematic slaugbtciipg sf His image, with murderisg attenspU up-.-n Him, ib only carried on by sgente of batan, as be is the named, desoribed, &nd with soveral marks marked Father and Bon of Mas. Cohtribntions in aid of his miBiioa will be tbankiully leoeived, To all cations en this globe. T-RIN0E O» WALE8 OPEHft. HOUBB. BBVIVAL, F^B THBKE SIGHTS ONLY, of the Grand...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 6 December 1869

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.       BIRTHS. On the 28th November, at her residence, Waterloo Cottage, Strawberry Hills, the wife of Edward Walter Allingham, of a son. On the 1st instant, at her parents' residence, Rainswick Cottage, Parramatta Junction, Mrs. J. Overall, of a son. On the 4th instant, at her residence, Walker-street, Redfern,   the widow of the late Mr. William Henry Francis, cab pro- prietor, of a daughter, stillborn. MARRIAGES. On the 13th November, by the Rev. G. H. Holmes, Wesleyan minister, Ashfield, Robert Charles Booth, Wesleyan school teacher, George's River, to Priscilla Jane Corbett, third daughter of Mr. William Corbett, George's River. On the 24th November, at All Saints' Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. J. R. Blomfield, James Milson, jun., to Annie, daughter   of the late John Stewart, Esq., of Caithnesshire, Scotland. On the 4th December, at Sydney, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Francis Richard, second...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAWKESBUBY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

HAWKE8BUR7 ELECTION. _ Me. FiDorNGTox at Windbob.— a. v«ry targa and inflnen tf«l meeting of tho eleotors of the HiKkaibary took place yeaieruaieveoing »t tbe titzroy Hotel, theti objeol being to bear Mr. Fidciaittoa tddreti tbem ae * csndidme fur their euffragei at tbe forthcoming eleoiion. The crowd being too treat to enter tbe room, Mr. Flddlngton tpoke from tbe balcony of the holeL Among iboee pteuoL we boliced Me«8n. Ascooah.L. Bowman, Oox, W. Johntton, ten., J. B, JolioFtod.J.P.; May, UMker, and many of Mr. FIddlngtjn'i old -nd trfeil friends. Mr. Thornta Obuenag oooaaned lo take tbe chair, «ni after a few remit t» oailait ontbeoanai dale to address tbe large assembly In front of tbe hetel Mr. Fiddington, on rising, wasrccened with great oheering. He aiid he wae aellghted with lha orporlodtf tool aSordnd of again addressing the electors of tbe Uenktaonry. Ue bn bad the great honour . f being one of the representatives! Ihe Havtkeabnry for a period of ten or eleven years. Ibey ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST SYDNEY ELECTION. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

WEST S7DNIY ELECTION. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. A public meeting of the electors of West Sydney wan holden at ncan jestrrday, for tbe purpose of nomi nating fit and proper persons as candidates for the representation of that electorate in the new Parliament of New Sonth Wales. The meeting was attended by abont 2000 perjon-.. The BETOBNiKa-OrnoBB (J, Williams, Esq.; having read the -rrit of election, hoped that they woulj conduct themselves with the usual decorom. Mr. Chables Oowpeb, O.M.G., nominated W. B Campbell, Etq , as a fit and Dropar person to repre sent the eleotors. Mr. Sobebt Cahpbeix seconded the nominalion. _ The proposer of Mr. J. Bobertson was called for, tnd did not mike bis apparanre. Mr, Eagar protested agaimt the nomination of Mr. BobertBon, if not nomi nated ia his turn. Ths Retubning officer said, in reply to ansther gentleman, that he had not received acd should not receive any protest against tbe nomination. Hi Henry Pabkes nominated Mr, Joseph Wearne. Mr. Hekb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSCLIFF. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

QUEENSOLIFF. Tuesday. The Squadron haw anchored in tbs Bay, south channel ; one of the frigates, being apparently unable to use her screw, was «bligsd to be towed to her anchorage —Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The Flying Squadron sailded at noon to-day. tlinstyxQve of the bailors are mieuing. The ball last nirht was a great euooets, A strong southerly gale was bloving this morning and it is now raining. The Viotoria Raoing Olus have appointtd paid hadicappers at £250 per annum— expenses paid.— Empire. The Flying Squadron got unto way shortly before Ham. The offiivra exprau Ihomoolroo doliKhttHi with their trip to Ballarat. The jonrney was done in two hours eaoh way. The outgoing mail takes 19r diamonds. The Sailors' Home ball was a pleiiant affair, but there were only 400 persons present. The masens generally agree with the men on strike, who ha*e left work in oonseqaence of the contractor booking out work oontrary to the custom of the trade. The Assembly are discussing Miller's oase relative to the Lands Office. Seventy tons of flour of various brands, were sold by auction at £11 17e 61 to £12 6i. Oats at Si 8 1 to 3; lid Jeannie Oswald's sugars were withdrawn, but we...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWTOWN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

NEWTOWN ELECTION. Tbe oominatien took place this day at noon, at the Town Ball _ A hustings bad been erected outside, in front of whioh eome one hundred persons had assembled. Both candidates and their friends, together with Mr. D»vif8, Pri-eident ef the Protestant Political Aesooiatirn, and a number of the Qrarjeemen were in attendance. fi\.tbis appointed 'time; ,?' The KETOBlmra-OFFiOER produoel the writ empower isg him. to prosnre ibe return of a member, and bespeaking for eaoh speaker e fair hearing, introduced Mr. T. M. Birker, the proposer of Mr. Browa. : Mr. Babub. said tban Mr. Brown had Eerved tbe electors nve years entirely to tneir aivantcge. (Hear. He hoped they woulj elect Mr. Brown st the head of the poll (Cheer*,) ? Mr. Joseph Kihosbubt seconded tbe nominatioa. He would qppote any man that would promote reli gious and sectarian animosities. He had great plea sure in seconding the apmtnation. ' Mr, Wxbbeb proposed Major Shepherd amidst cheers and groans and considerabl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

ADELAIDE. Tuesday. Tbe Oity Uonnoil refused to allow toe Jttayor sny salary. An attempt is being made, throngh the Supreme Court, to oust Baphael from hia east » ths Municipal Counoil. The Government .aoospted the tender of Mr. Bad cook, to lease the Port Wakeneld tramway at £100 per month, Mr. Gojder rep arts very favourably of the advan tage of drainage works in the Southeastern districts. There was a dust storm last night, with heavy squalls. ' '-?' ??' ? .! Four shillines is offering for new wheat. No transactions.— Herald. ' The quarter's revenue, to 80th September, chows as inotease.of £100,000 in the imports, and tbe eame amount for exports,— Empire. The Lanca«hibb BELtErsoEts.— Another 'mniical entertainment, laBtereDin/i, at the School of Arts, by these celebrated artistes, delighted a well filled house, the efforts of the bellrlngera being ably eeoonded By by the ohanning :voaalisation of Mies Liddle.'VTo* sight, in oonsequenot bf the non-arrival of the' New Zealand steame...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.-DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

DIAET.— Deoehbee 8. 8an I %w j Mora Moon I Bi*h W-tM- Biaw j 8itr. j BUet, Stte. j K^ , ^ hm ! r.m. I h.m. ; h.m. I h.m. I h.m, 4 44 : 70 I 9 19a.m. I 1054pm | 11,29 j 1149 Deo -First Quarter- 11th Ok 16 4-d. a,m, %fit evening JEetos*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869

K'AMA. Tuesiay. Information was received to-day that the harbour works rre to be discontinued ; the frame of the ooffsr dam was in part obstructed, and the men. are new discharged from the work. It is stated that the money voted by Parliament being exhausted is the cause of the works being suspended. Mr. Oowper'e defeat fer But Sydney caused surprise a^d much regret here. — Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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