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WINDSOR ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

WINDSOR ELECTORATE. ', ?irrtnu OCR oosRBSFONDKirr.'* % Mr. Bight sriArcued anuueiouii.seeoib'agelof theelratora. of Biohmoid in front oftbe Royal Hotel, on Saturday «en j icg, «tb Iniltnt, O . Itowmin; Esq. , in the chafr. III. Disht; od being iauodnoelto the mietUe by the venirabl* chair-; man, came JOrwarrt eznitl tumn'turos cheating, avd sal! — - Gentlemen, 1 have invited *ou bere to-night fbrlhei-urpoBe: of Riving yon a brief oniLne of mj pflitia: riewe, ani my: reaaona for my present candidature. My remarks *id neoes- : aarily be ehort, »s there ie coiblog special to apnk to. Tbe , only question for the last two or three tmseloni bat been the ins and tbe -onta. It ' Is* not mv intention to take th» ordinary oonne at oleotion epeeohea to heap abOBeonatiToppontB'. A« a rale, election speeches are mode up ons fatlf abnse pf opposing easdidatn, and the otber half ??ir-glarifleaUon. Well, I don'i deal in so oh oommcdiiiei. I have apentiawi of my daye among you and ought to be pretty...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
West Sydney Election. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

T7, r - ??- 'West Sydney Election The poll for tbe eleottbn of four oanaidatM in the represenUtior of West Sydney was taken to-day kmidrt considerable exoHemeDt. Atanaulyhoor ia tbe morning the enpportere ot ' tb'a Bnnoh' repaired sn masse to- the various poUiag; places, but the effeot produoed by 'their abpireKly «6m{ia6t organisation, whatever may be the ultimate result, did not appear to decisive as when the poll was taken tat the 'east fide. Numerong election /sqwbsl'were: eiroulated throDgh the' dar, and about Boon tome dis» ? trnst was awakened by the euapidoh tbattw6 of ' Tfle Bunoh' wen selling their eolleagueB.-whose supported rtqunted plumpers in order to defend themselves lagainst their Meads, The arrangements on' the side |cf Messrs. Kobertson and Campbell warned to be far jmore perfect than those adopted by the Liberal oaridi Mates on Friday last. : ' : Betting U aotive, a considerable amount of money 'depending npon the plaocsof the oandidirte!. . :'lt is 'possible tha...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MARULAN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MAEULAN. *v Wtdneedav. A woman named Davis, while in the sot of crossing the railway line mar TWrang, this morning, wm ran over and killed.— Herald

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT IT MAY COME TO. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

-?™jrH4!T p MAT COME TO. __— 4HBesnnp(fof life gives mo mystioal lore , j ; j ?'?', ^uMbmlng events oast their ahadowa before.'1 ; --~^ — 0«l»l-erf/, « Thou hurt it noff-Eog, Owdor, Grlamls-all, Ai the weird women promts 'd ; and I fear s Thou pla/dst most foully for if , — Shaktpere. I had not the least tewlleotion of the manner in! Whioh I had passed the previous ten yeaw.: Whether I had been in a miraooloas tranoe, or, whether the apparent insjnity of some of the 8ydney; electors had affsoted me in a dmilat manner- there I] \ras, in the jeat of out Laid sue thousand eight hun-; 4red aiid eighty, as utter a stranger to the events thstj had been transpiring in Sydney ss Rip Van Winkle was to the ocourreBoes in Hew Yeok daring hie long; (lumber on the Kaatekil mountains. However, as a' xaatWr of duty, I directed my steps towards Govern-; aunt House, sot only to pay my reapers to the »pre-i tentative of my Sovereign, bat to gather a little. political information in the course of the ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS-December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

gripping* ABBJVALS-Dacember & 'Vereltr, barque, 376 lose, Nearing, from Auokland 94th ultimo, Pawngers — Messrs. Butler, Neale, Bpeaieon, Adams, Collie, Wileon, Friend, Masters Allison and Wyadham. Liidley, Ireland, and Oo. ?gents* Elltemeie. harqaa, 173 tons, Henley, from Levuka. Eontb Sea Islands, 11th ultimo. Passengers— Bev. P. Lasgot, Messrs. Murray, Rae, and 1 in the steerage. Captain spent. | | James Palerson, steamer, 291 tons, Farrell, from Bookhampton 5th instant, Passengers,— Mre. Wallace, Danlop, and 8 in the steerage. DEPASTURE.— Deoemb«r 8, Bita, brig, for Auckland, CLEARANCES— December 8. Mary Smith, sohoooer, 99 tons, Watson, for Tahiti Fruiter, barque, 235 tone, Scevena for New Cale donia. Passengers— *?r and Mrs. Stokareh, Mr. and lbs. M Dermott and 3 children, Messrs. Beard, Jones, Foeberj, J. Higginson, and 9 in the s'eerage. Lady Franklin, barqne. 235 tons, Hil--erbrandt, for Bankok. Passengers— Mrs. HiMerbrandt and qoild. Windhover, brig, 207 tone, Cast...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

PABRAMATTA AND EIVBB STEAMERS, at about Half tbe Hallway Bates. OnS0Nl A.Y: From Sydney— 9.15. 2.16, 6.16. From Parramatta— 7, 12. 4.30. (filing at Hnntes'8 Hill, Fire Dock, Gladetvule, Byde, Nevingtoa, Erarington, Sublaco. Children— Saloon, return, 6d. only. *jA TT E. S. S. N. 0 0. jpBa^Li SYDNEY TO THB HTJKTBB. TO-MOBROW, FBIDAY NIGHT, at 11, thj KOBPETH. SBWGASTLS TO BYDNBY. The PATEBSON T0-M0BB0W, FBIDAY EVEN ING, at 10. F. J. THOMAS, Manapt, Offioes, foot ef.Market-itriet ja3JL mHSS 'i»JST^&LA«IAI? fafsgBR*^ X 8TBAM NAVIGATION OOEC KBS|^figiPAirr''8 STEAMSHIPS— TO HUNTBB BIVKB. OOLLABOY. To nigbt, Thursday, at 11. TO M3SLBOUBNE. WONGA WONGA. Saturday Afternoon, at S. ftttes— Cabin, £8; retarn, £5 10s ; Saloon, £6; ntnn, £10; Storage £1 lOe. TO AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND, This Afternoon, Thursday, at 5. Taking Passengers and Cargo for all th* Porte in th« Northern Island. TO BBI8BANE. LADY YOUNG, Saturday Afternoon, at 2 30. TO MABYBOBOUGH. HAVILAH, Ta Morrow Afternoon, Friday, ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

SYDNEY MARKETS, Butchers' meat— Beef, per lb,, ljd ; mutton, Id to l$d ; pork, 5d ; veal, 3d to Id ; lamb, per quarter. 2e 6d to Ss, Poultry— Fowls per couple, Ss 9d to 3s 3d; ducks, Sa to3s6d; geese, 5- to 7e; turkeys, 10s to 16s; pigeons, Is 6d; rabbits, per pair, 3a; roasting pigs, each, 8s to 5s. Dairy produoa— Batter, per lb., 6d; cheese, 4d to 7d ; bacon, 6d to 7}d ; lard, Id to 5d ; eggs, per dozen. 7d to 8d. Vegetables— Potatoes, per owt 3s to 5i; onions, per cwt, 10s to Us; oabbages, per dozen, Is to Is; cauliflowers, 8s to 5s; lettuces, le to Is 6d ; marrows, Is to 3s ; caoumbers, 3s to 7s ; turnips, per dozen bunches, 2s ; oarrots, Is ; par snips, Is 6d to 2s ; beetroot, 3s to Is ; leeks, is ; rhubarb, 2s tc 5s; asparagus, 3s to 4s; celery, 6s to 8s; green peas, per bushel, 46 to 5s; French beans, Is8dto2e; broad beans, Ie6d to 2s. Fruits— Oranges, pa case 6s to 9a ; lemons, 10s ; citrons, 6s ; applee, 8s to 10s ; apraoote, 10s to 20a ; pineapples, per dozen, 8a to 8s; fe...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

Commercial* Thursday. 1 p.m. The dullness in the market for breaastoffs continues, and low prices prevail. Best Adelaide flour ii quoted at £13 to £11 per ton ; California has beea raid at £10 to £10 5s. Wheat remains at 5s to 53 (3d per buahel. Maize is easier, 3s Id being the maximum quo'ation. Cape barley continues to be offered at 2; to 2s 6d ; English ditto. Ss to 3- 6d; bran, 16d; Hunter Biver hay is in good supply at 80s to 17s 6d for laeerne ; 40a to fiOa for oaten ; straw, SOs to 10s. Potatoes are becoming very plentful and cheap, being offered at Is to 5; 6d per cwt. Onions, 6s to 10s. Firm produce is plentiful end Etill cheap, but the visit of the Flying Sqaadron and the approaeh of Ohrietmas will doubtless cause a rise. Eggs are 8d par doz°n; fowls, Ss 6d to 2a 91 per pair; ducks, 2s 9d to 3s 3d j gees*, 6s to 6s 64 ; turkeys, 6s tc 12s ; etore pigs, 2Jd to 3d per lb; calves, 10a to 35s each ; hides 6s to 204 each. Fat Cattle. — There is not mnoh doing beyond the ordinar...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate, and Mr. George Hill.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

WATER POLICE OOUfiT. (Before the Water Polios Magistrate, and Mr. Geori» HUM One drunkard was discharged. Thomas Wileon, summoned for leaving his licensed dray in the public e'reets without protection, was fined 10s. and 29. 61 costs. John H. Benson, on a charge of stealing, was remandfd until Monday next. HanBih M'Goverc, on a charge of felonious assault, was remanded for a week. John Bowlin, on a charge of stealing a suit of clothes and two sovereigns, was sIbo remanded. Mies Aitken is giving recitals at Braidwood. Bchawat Hcsbe.— This morning,* bone;a)ttaohei to a furniture van, e1. adding near, the . Uoion Club, bwrmiug frightened, bolted with gnat speed around the unenoloBed space in front of the Tioteria Olub:«nd thence into Phillip-etrett, along wljeh the animal galloppad at fall speed. Fortunately 'in toroing' - ap . HuHter-street, the horse lan npon tbe footpath.its and progiess was checked by tome bystanders, — During the hearing of a case of robbery in a home of ill-famt,...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Love, Hunt, Evane, and Birrell.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

Police Proceedings- This Day. OKNTBAL POLICB OOTJBT. ' (Before Captain Soott, P.M., and Messrs. Love, Hunt, Evans, and Birrell) . / Ten parsons were fined for dronkeaness and disor derly conduct. .. ., Bridget Mooney, charged with stealing a pair of boots from a arunken man, was discharged. Julia De Belle was sent to gaol for ix months, Mary Ann Beese for fourteen dayp, and Fanny Honn fel seven days, being oOBvioted as idle and disorderly per sons, having neither fixed places of abode nor lawful visible means of support , Catherine Steel and Maty Ann .Hill, for being pom mon prostitutes, were ordered . to be .imprisoned ' for three months. ' , Bobert Smith and Patrick White, dunged with being of unsound mind, wers remanded. ?, . On the summons sheet there were fourteen cases; of these two were postponed and seven 'were not prose cuted. Five persons were fined '5a. each, fot breaches of the Hackn'y Carriage By-laws,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

ADELAIDE. Wednesdav. The Freemasons' fancy fair opened to day, te pay off the debt on tbe new hall. The Insolvency Bill passed the third reading in the . Assembly. Mr, Blyth has given a aotioa of motion to rescind the motion passed oondemning the oonduot of the Agent-General. The corn market ia without animation ; ne transao tione.— Herald, ? Dubbo DtinoNDB, — The diamonds and ?- previous stonee returned by you, classified and valued by Pro fesspr Thomson of the, Dnivereity, and. Mr. Hallj jeweller, of George-street,1 hae given impetus to diamond hunting two miles from Dubbo. The owner of- the twenty eetat to you to' be tested 'has at least 200. and there is a likelihood of many acres of the land where they were foundjfcieinjr leased, and several men employed in' eeufihiagkjMtVDabbo diamond. —Cor- respondent, . ? ?'*-'?' , ' ' ' Tbb.BobaS OAKntBATSs.— Three telegrams were received jester day ih; Dabbo by three gentlemen which .urgently request them to .nominate the Hon. Charles Cowp...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBART TOWN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

HOBABT TOWN. Wednesday. The barge Seymour,' from Stymour, brought the orew and passengers of tbe barque Isabella, guano laden which wss wrecked off Cape Barren. They came across in two boats only saving a little biscuit. -Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT.-Wednesday. SITTINGS IN BANOO. (Before their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Faucett.) RULE NISI FOR NEW TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

SUPREME OOURT.— Wdneiday. Simnqs lit Baboo. (Before their Honors 6ii Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, Mr. Justioe Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Fiueett) Bulk Nisi foe New Tbial. chahbbblai* v. zavull. This was an action to recover damages for breach of a sub-contract The defendant was a contractor for certain works en the Great 8-utbern Bail way, and the plaintiff took a euboontract for the painting of certain iron girder bridees from him. Tht work was to be aoo:mplished at specified rates per super fioal yard, and was to be oomrileted to tha satisfaction of tbe defendant and tbe Engiaeer-in-Obief of Bail ways. The plaintiffs olaim had been satis fied aa to the original price or rate agreed upon, but there was a demand; outstanding for 'extras,' The extra charges were for what was lenhnioBlly called ' parti -coloured' and;'fanoj' painting. There was no proof thac the Edgineer-in-Obkf had ever formally approved the work, The aotioa was tried before hii Honor Mr. JuBtioe Faucett tnd a jurv ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

ELECTION OF MATOE A quarterly meeting of tbe City OsuBoil was held in term! of the provisions of the 20th Vietoria, No. 86, at th» Tewn Hall, York-street, at no9n to-day tor tbe pur pose of eleoting a Msyar for toe sn^utog year, and the transaction of general business. The ohair waa oeoa pied by his Worship the Mayor, and all the Aldermen were Draaent. There were three candidates fer the oSloa ol Mayor; namely, Messrs. Macintosh, Merriman, aod Beany. Tbeelfotion, as usual, was oonduoted with closed doors The result of the first ballot exoluded AWer iman Macintosh from 'he candidature, and the contest | then lying between Alderman Merriman and the ' retiriog Mayor, was terminated by tbe election of the Tittf. ? . . On the doers being thrown open to the publio (and it should be mentioned (tbat a oonsiaerable body of ratepayers was in attendance), Alderman OiivsY, as one of the eorutineere, moved that Alderman Walter Benny be declared duly re elected as Mayor of Sydney for the year 187...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIDWOOD. Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

BBA1DW00D, ' ? Wednesdav Afternoon. Messrs; M. W. Kelly, E. GrevUle, and Dr. Beer were nominated t-d»y. The poll will be taken on Tuesday next— Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRIMA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

BEBRIMA. WedneedaT. Dr. Sherwinaddrecsed a large meeting of tbe elec tors id tbe gohool of Arts last night ,: His opinions Iwere generally well reoiived. Then was, however, |very little feeling displayed either for or against him, ;and it is considered he has oommenoed his canvass too Ute,— Herald. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

MELBOURNE. Wednesday. The stonemasons out on strike from the Alfred Dock Works have returned to their employment, the contractor having agreed to tbeir terms The settling for the Ballaarat Eaoee was unsatis factory. One bookmaker failed to pat in an appearance, whose josses are booked at £700. The Flying Squadron cleared the beads at 6 o'clock this morning. A- discreditable scene occurred in the Assembly yesternight during the debate on tha Lands Inquiry Eeport The Speaker had great difficulty in restoring order. Miss Amelia Bailey has aoospted sn engagement from the Philharmanio Committee,— Empire. The gale yesterday damaged the boarding round the ship Lightning and retarded her floating ; it is now feared the wool is too much damaged by long eub : mersion to be worth much, Mr. E. 1. Barnard has been appointed paid handi capper at a; salary of £250, with £50 for travelling expenses, In the Assembly, Mr. M'Eean stated his intention to nuke his . charges Against tbe Lands Department,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

GEENFSLL. Wednesday. Mr. Fitipatiok has retired from the Lachian oonteet, Mr, G. M. Stephen addressed a large meeting of the Gold-fields constituency on Monday night, and Mr. Baker did the same last night; they were beth well received. It is rameured here that Mr. Cowper will be nominated,— Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

..... _. ? -^, pBINOE OF WALB8 OPEBA. HOUSE! THIS EVENING, Thnreday, THfi TiSMPEsT. THE TEMPEST. JUVENILE NIGHT. Children half-prise to all parts of the Theatre, and L46T NIGHT ef ; THE TEMPEST, j or ! THE EN0H4.NTED ISLE. j LAST NIGHT of THE TEMPEST and the Irish: Comedy of { HIS LAST LEGS. ! ES TEMPEST.— This is tbe enly opportunity, the Children will have to aee the ttagnifbaHt' Scenery. i THE TEMPEST will be over at 10 o'cleok to enable the Juveniles to get home early. . ; BEMBMBEE positively the LAST NIGHT of this Grand Spectacle. THE TEMPEST. TEMPEST. TEMPEST. npHLEATEE BOfAL ADELPHL Under the Management, of MIbb BOSA. OOOPES. THIS EVENING, Thursday, Deoember 9, Another great snoeess. THE FL0WEE8 OF THE FOEEST. will be repeated again this Evening. To be followed by Mr: 3 E. TAYLOR in hie wonderful Negro Impereoaalians, assisted by Mr. W. MORRISON, S0ANDINA VIAI AN HALL. OASTLFBEAGH-STKEET. Proprietor and Hall Manager ? Mr. W.'T, Johnson Btage Manager.. ? Mr. W. H. Ford Pianist...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869

BIRTHS. On the 30th November, at St. John's Parsonage, Newcastle, the wife of the Rev. F. D. Bode, of a son. On the 7th instant, at West Maitland, the wife of Mr. Thomas Cadell, of a daughter. DEATHS. On the 10th November, at Lower Pyramul, accidentally killed by the capsizing of a cart, Catherina Mary Isabella McLean, aged 21 years, third daughter of the late Mr. Hector McLean, deeply lamented by all who knew her. She leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Requiescat in pace. On Tuesday, 7th instant, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Morpeth, Harold Stowe, infant son of George and Mary Martin. On the 6th instant, at his nsldenoe, Jamison-street, Charles Albemarle Layard, ia the 61st year of bis age. On the 8th instant, at her parents' residence, Bullanaming- street, Redfern, Susana Augusta, infant daughter of Samuel and Christiana Higgs. On the 8th instant, at Brumby House, Elizabeth-street, the residence of her son-in-law, F. Bridges, Esq., Miriam, relict of ...

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