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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
TO THE EI.FOTORS OF WE8T/1 8YDBEY. I Qxmxxa-,~On th« advice of the Ministry of Which I em a number, his Excellency the Governor : has dissolved Parliament At the suggestion of - Bumerou* Mends, ana in acoerdanoe with the oonne Whioh. I took so enoceatfollj at the lmet general election, I row respwtfollj prewat myidl as a candidate for one of the Beats at you disposal, Yon are doubtless aware that the necessity foi the freeant appeal to the oountry was precipitated in a mannar unprecedented in the ParliEmeuU'j history of any British oommunity. The Oolorjial Treasurer, on the 14th October, made hie financial statement, exbi biting that the revenue receivable for the year 1869 will largely exceed that of 186S; that while the expenditure for 1868 exoeeded the inoeme of thai year by £135,000. the income of this will exceed its ?spenditnre by about £60,000; that he would be able to give up the newspaper Uion the let January next, sad to reduce th? ad valorem dutitt by one half from the 80...
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1869. The very temperate and able epeoob.es of the Colonial Seoretary, Mr, Bobehtson, at the -Maeonio Hall, on Saturday evening, and on the Hustings yesterday, was in pleasing contrast with the violent denunciations of hia predecessor in offioe doriDcr the oontest for East Sydney. Mr Robertson, in the eours9 of a very few minutes, stripped the Ma.rtin-Pa.bkes party of not a few of their borrowed plumes. He showed clearly, what we have repeatedly stated, that except in the one solitary instance of the Putlio Schools Bill the late Administration was one of the most inefficient and bungling Govern ments that ever filled their pooketg from tbe publio revenue, or taxed the patience of an intelligent public. From the moment of their acoepting offioe till the day when Mr. Parkes, in the indulgence of his selfish outming, left his oolleagnes to their fate, their eareer, with the solitary exoeption referred to, was one series of blunders, and the oonduot of their suppo...
NEWCASTLE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
NEWCASTLE. TuMday. The NcminBtion for th* Oonnty of Northuraberland took plaos to-day. Mr. 0. B. BanoUad, the Betnxning»offioer, opened the prceMdiDga by readiDg the writ of election. Mr. J. Summerbelle proposed, and Mr. W. Harris seconded the nomination of Mr. J Ward. Mr. J. Duke proposed, and Mr. M'Miohatl seconded, Mr. F, J. Shaw. Mr. P. FJemfng proposed, and Mr. Beveridge seconded, tbe nomination of Mr. William Brooks. Mr. E Shaw proposed, and Mr. T Parker seconded, the nomination of Mr. 0. Cleveland, Mr. T. Hindmareh proposed, and Mr. J. Anderson seconded, the nomination of Mr. F. O'Brien. Mr. t\ Gordon mminated himeelf, and Itr. T. Adam did the Bam«. Toe proceedings terminated shortly before 4 o'oiook, Toe shew «f hands was declared in favour of Mr. O'Brien, Dr. Brooks eeoond, Shaw third, Ward fourth, Cleveland fifth. Gordon none, Adams retired in faveur of Dt. Brocks. ProotediBsi quiet— Herald.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
TJRINOE OF WALE8 OPERA HOUBE. For the BENEFIT of Mlsi EATE C0B00EAN, who will appear far the first time ?? CONSTANCE, is THE LOVE 03A8E. ; W1LDEAKE, Hr, HO6KIN6. THIS EVENING, Wednesday, will be presented Sheridan Euowles'* Oomedy of i IBE LOVE OEU8E. O»DStt»oe ? Miu Kate Ooroeran Lydia ? Mies Floreaoe OoWille Widow...... ? Mrs. Gbarfc s Jonei Wildrake ? Mr. Eoskios Waller ? Mr.H N. Douglass Troeworth ? Mr. Holloway Sir WUliam Fondlove ? Mr, J. J. Welsh, , Te conclude with the !ingb«ble farce, called AN OBJECT OF INTBBBBT. . Barney O'Dsyer...... ? Me W. Andrews Fanny GribbleaV. ? Miss Kate Oorcoran B7 DESIRE, and. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATBONAGB— THUBSDAT EVENING next » JUVENILE NIGHT, ; THE TEMPEST, Carriages can be ordered at 10 o'clock. Children half-price to all parts of the theatre. mHEATEE ROYAL ADELPHI. Under the Sole Direction of Mies ROSA OOOPEB. Unabated Suoosss of Mr. J. E. TAYL08. TBIS EVENING, Wednesday, December 7, the great Adelpbi Drama, THE FLO WEBS OF THE F0BE3T. Cyn...
BRISBANE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
BRISBANE. Tuesday. The points reserved it Archibald's case were argued in Banoo to day. The eentanoe wsb confirmed. An appeal has been enteied in re David Palmer, insolvent. Light Brigade, from London, spoken off the coast by City of Brisbane, steamer, whioh arrived to-day. Mr. Lamb has resigned his seat for Muohell.— Herald.
YOUNG. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
YOUNG. Tusadev. Mr. Fitzpatriok has not yet arrived, and rumour itates that the Tasa people have secured him. Mr, Wateon's addresB has muoh pleased the eleotors, and hie oommittee are sanguine of suoofsf, — Herald. From the support pronised, Mr: Watson's oommittee are Banguine of suooess. It is xumonred that Mr. Fitepatriok will stand for Tass Plains,— Empire.
Insolvency Court. -This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
Insolvency Court. -Thia Day 6TJBBENDHB. William Alfred Howell, of Booth Head-roai, Hrdney, draper. Causes of insolvency : Depression of trade and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £822 Is. 8a, Assets, £879. Deficiency. £448 Is. 8d. Offioial aseienee, Mr J. P. Maokenzie. William Murray Kussell, of Smith-etreet, Balmain, butcher. Cause of ineolveaov: Inability fto pay oredi tore Liabilities, £261 8vS), of whioh £130 are eeonred, Assets, £178. D.'fioienoy, £83 8s. Si Offioial aesignee, Mr, F. T. Hompnrey.
DUBBO. Wednesday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
D0BBO. Wednesday. 1 p.m. Mr. T, M, Manning addressed a crowded meeting of the eleotors on Monday evening. His exposition of politioal prinoiples was ee well received M to csuee a resclution approving of bis candidature to be adopted. Mr. Jean Boobe Ardill held a neatiog last night, 3 e officiated a» his ewn chairman, and the preeeedinga were oharaoteriaed by muoh fan. Mr. Q. W. Lord arrived yesterday, and addresses the eleetora this tveniog. Flags are flying in e.11 directions, and everybody is electioneering.
Shipping. ARRIVALS.-December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
Shipping* ARRTVALS—Dewraber & Sam Cearns, ship, 1142 torn, Chalmers, from Lin Jon 26th August. Poisenfrers-W, H. asd Kathleen Wood, Mice 6, Holder; Miss Filbeyer, and W, H. Barwise. Seoond Cibin : G. A Hilton, Daniel M'Kay.F. J. Btown. Charles Nicholls Franois Meeker, and 5 in the steerage. Willis, Men;, and Lloyd, Igenta, Ellesmere, barque, 192 tone, Like, from South S«a Islands. Captain, agent. Egmont, steamer, 200 tana, Wall, from KooVhamp too 4th instant Passengers— Mrs, Marsh, and infant, Sin. Gray, Messrs. BeaucBamp, Wright, Marsh, Gray, and 11 in the steerage, A.8.N. Co., tgente. Auckland, steamer, 630 tons, Blioti. from Mfl bonrne 4th instant Pasierjgers— Mr. and Mrs. Atkin son and child, Captain and Mrs. Bryrw, lieeeu. J. 0. Begot, K'»g. C. L. Myers, Lysnar, E. Griffiths, Pearse, H. Ivey, J. Eodd, and 25 in the steerage. JLSM, Co., Bgwte. DEPABTUBK&-December 7. City of Melbsnrne, steamer, for Melbourne. Florence Irving, steamer, for Brisbane. Beoonnaiesanoe,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
BABBAM4TTA AND EITE BTJE4HKE8. .- at about Half the Badw»y Rates. , Oa&JlS), AY: Tram Sydney— ».1S. 8,15, 6 15. FMm P-'ramatta— 7, IS, 4 30. Celling »t Haster's Bill, Five Dock, Glsaesvill firde, N»»iugtoB, Ermington, Subfaco, Children— Saloon, return, 6d, only. a^ -TT B. N. 8. N. 0 0 2_______g*_|a_j BYDNEY TO THS HUHTBB. *. T0-M0E50W,THUIlSDAY MORNING, at 7, tl PATEESON. TOWGAOTH TO 8YJW1SY. The MOBPETB, T0-M0RE0W, THUBSDA^ MOBNLNG, at ]0, V. J.XHOHAS.KuktM, Offioes, toe. rf (Markstatetrt. ftgSRl^s, JL 8TBAM NAVIGATION COM 8BeS^gL?Airrs STEAMSHIPS— TO HUNTBB RTVKB. OOONANBABA, To night, Wedoeeday, at 1L TO BLBLBOUBNK. WONGA. WONG A, Saturday Afternoon, at 8. Fares— Cabin, £B; return, £5 10s ; Saloon, £B; Mtun, £10; Btanaee £1 10a. TO AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND, To morrow Afternoon, Wednesday at £ Taking Passengers and Cargo for all th* fort in toe Northern Island, TO SBIBBANE. LADY YOUNG, Saturday Afurnoon, at 2 30. TO UABYBOfiOUGB. BLACK SWAN, Wednesday, 15 h inBtant, at 5 p.m TO ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
CPeibci Altbed Yacht Cirm-The monthly meeting of this elub was held last evening, whioh was BO nnm«TOBtly attended as to fiU their large club room at fanoa s Hotel. Kominaiions of officers were made for the ensuing year, and in all oases without oppoei ton. Mr. C. K. Moon staled his intention to eive a aieaond pnie in the race for Commodore Hanks' Cup. Much indignation was eiowssed at the decision of the Balmain Begatta CommitUo, and a resolution passed nohta pt the PA-y.O. in a regatta, where the dtciaion Of this club would not ba aooepted as deoieiv* PwhBunary atrangements «era made for the reception 2L£? r°g **ninD- h*''*! members were wottd. ud one yaoht added to tbe fiVet. A vote of thanks to the offioers of the oiub, for th.ir Bucoe«fal '*™* d'»»£ «» PWt 7»«. wwunasiBouslv tarrud, and the moat ?noces!fal meeting of thu
Death of Mr Frank M Culloch. CAPTAIN AIREY SERIOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
Death of Mr Frank McCulloch. CAPTAIN AIREY SERIOUSLY INJURED. On Tuesday last a rumour waa current in Dubbo tbat Mr. Frank M'Culloch, J P., of Colane, Duck Creek (son of Mr. A. H McCulloch, solicitor, of Syd- ney had been killed on Saturday, while out kangaroo- ing in the neighbourhood of Colane. It appears that Mr. McCulloch, accompanied by his brother-in law, Captain Airey, and Mr. Sydney Bedford, started from Colane for the purpose of visiting a back sheep station, some nine miles from the head establishment. The three were riding, and, when going through the bush, started some kangaroos. The riders immediately gave their horses free rein, and went in pursuit of the game. Mr. McCulloch soon took the lead, Captain Airey being second, and Mr. Bedford, who was not so well mounted as his companions, some distance in the rear. The deceased was about a hundred yards ahead of every thing, and fast gaining on the kangaroos, when the Captain's horse wanting to go one way, and the rider in...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 7 December 1869
BIRTHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 2nd November, at her residence, Belvoir-street, Alfred Park, Mrs. Richard Manning, of a son. On the 6th instant, at her residence, the Caxton Hotel, Burton and Palmer streets, Mrs. James Samuels, of a daughter. On the 6th instant, Bridge-street, Mrs. H. H. Groth, of a &nbsp; son. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MARRIAGE. On the 24th November, by special license, by the Rev. P. F. &nbsp; O'Farrell, at St. Mary's Temporary Cathedral, Francis, eldest son of Mr. Francis Murphy, of Liverpool-street, Sydney, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. Nicholas Holden, of Greek- street, Glebe, Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869
AT a MEETING, held on T^UBSDAT NIGHT , November 25-b, at tbe School of Arts, North Shore, it was resolved— ' That tha Hon. William iorstor, Minister for Lands, be invited to off«r himself as aj candidate to rerfosrat the KIsotorato ot Bt Leonards in the Legislative Assembly.' To the Honorable WILLIAM F0E8TBB, Bsq., &»., 4o., Byds. W«, the tmsarBitrned Electors of St Leonards, having confidence in yeur honesty, seal, and ability in the administration of pu olid business, and deeming you in every way well qualified to parform the duties of a representative, hereby request yon will en a candi date for tbe representation ef 6t Leonards in the ensuing Parliament— U which ease we pledge our best exertions to make yonr election sure. [Here iollow a number of signatures.] TO THE ELEOTOBS OF ST. LBONABDS. I have the honour, in reply to the above invitation and requisition, to announce myself as a candidate for the representation of the «lwtoral distriot of St, Leonards. As a pablio m...
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869
JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH DEPASTURE AND ARRIVAL. Whilit the majority of tlie newlj-arrived black frontier-guards were thus occupied, a few of them re mained in the camp to examine the arms. They Vainly endeavoured to extort anything of interest out of Ngnvnllomsn. Either tbe cripple really knew netting respecting the root* taken by his tribe, or he m cnnniig enoneh to conceal bis knowledge. Mean time, Miller had approached tbe squatter, and been dianiwd from his service. ?- Ah ! Ton are the hat-keeper of the dry swamp, ?re yon not t' asked Mr. Powell, who waa moch too good-Batnred to receive the mas onkindly. Indeed, he vaa ataadj eony at having given his consent to his dismissal. ' I was/' replied Miller, qaietlr ; ' sod I am truly lorry, Mr. Powell, that my negligence ehoald have eanaed yon to suffer a loss,* ?Perhaps?' 'After all, if I had been awake,' replied Miller, with a shrug of his shoulder, 'I oonld hare done nothiae against the wholes'' arm of blacks; and very like...
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869
THUBSDAT. DECEMBER 9, 1869. ; The exhibitioa made at Newtown on Wednesday by the mere unscrupulous section of the faotion whose efforts were suooessful in East Sydney, ought to be enough to con vince the eleotors throughout the oountry of the necessity of being' on the watoh against the intiuBiOB of a false issue by men who seek to carry from electorate Co eleotorate an unFonrided ory. There is no member of the late Parliatnent who oh appealing to the eleotors oould more confidently ohalleege the fullest investigation into his oonduot than Mr. Stephen Brown He haa been a oon eistent supporter of the Robertson Ministry, seeking to enable them. to oarry out a polioy whioh he approved ; but he has never been as indissriminate or violent assailant of the opposite party. On the contrary, he rendered most valuable assistance to Mr. Parses in carrying the only two measures that refleot oredit on the late Administration — the Public Schools Aot and the . Municipalities Aot. In faot, as far ...
Charge of Robbery against a Postman. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869
Charge of Bobbery against a Postman. ' On Monday, at tbe West MaittaDd police court, Michael Callaghan was charged with having stolen « letter, the propel ty of Mr. William Henry Mollen. Tbe first witness was senior sergeant Kerrigan, who ; deposed that he had met prisoner on Friday evening last in High-street, delivering letters. He invited Sriijoner to come into Mr. Mulltn'e office, /where ho told him he had a warrant for his arrest on a pbsrge of stealing a letter, the property of William . Henry Mullen, containing one obegue for £10, : drawn by Thomae Curie upon the Australian Joint Btook Bank, Newcastle, dated ,;the 27th November, and in favour of Th&mas Melmouth, and feurtone p'-und ootes. Prisoner replied that he knew nothing about tbe letter or the chtque Prisoner wae then taken to the poet-office, ep as to return tbe letters iu his charge not delivered, and while there he waB srarehed On him wtie lound sixteen £1 notes, 5d iq coppere, am a letter proaucee. rrtsouer ...