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PARRAMATTA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 9 December 1869
PARRAMATTA ELECTORATE. Me. Oeoeoe Oaxeb'b Meetibo.— Laat evening Mr. Seorge OakeB addressed the electors of Pamunatta at Mr. Hill'B Hotel, Cburoh-stieet. In oonepquenoe of the loi^e number of electors present ikey were addressed from the verandab of the Hotel. Mr. Oakes in commencing hiB address, Bald that be need not apologise for bringing them from their homes at iliat time as it was to their interest to btar the views of the vaiious candidates end vote forthe beBtmen therefrom. He thought it only right to meet the electors at the earliest moment, and explain bis po i tinnnn lhA imnnrtnnt ouARtionG of the da¥. He wou'dobserve at ' the commencement of the proceedings that many bad found fault with him at previous meetings for not Saving « ohalrman, in answer to those people, he would Bay that he appeared before the electors aa an independent candidate He was well known to all the electors ani did not requiw any one else to apeak for him. (Hear, hear.) He [Mr. Oakes] had the utmost ...
HEALTH OFFICER'S QUALTERLY REPORT. Town Hall, Sydney, Health Officer's Department, December 9th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
HEALTH OFFICER'S QVALTERLY REPORT. Tows Hall, Sydney, Health Officer's Department, December 9tU, 1669. Ueotlemen, — l Have toe bonor to Eubmit the usual report on the sanitary condition of the city, for the quarter ending 30tb November, 1869. The number of deaths registered, infantile and ?dolt, ineaoh. month, were as follows:— -Children. Adults. Total. -September ? 48 71 123 October ? Gi 69 128 November ? CO 62 118 Total .... 178 185 363 The total number of deaths in the three months, were — in ohildren 18, abeve tbe average of a similar period last year ; and in adnlts two above the average of last rear. The number of births regis ered in the same period, were 342 in excess of tbe deaths. Causes of Deatli. Tinder 5. Over 6. Total. 1. 8 ymodio diseases ? 42 89 71 5. Constitutional ditto ..6 S3 39 3. Local diseases ? 71 103 174 4. Developmental ditto .. SB 8 64 6. Violent deaths ? S 9 12 «. OaoseB not specified .. — 3 s Allcatwes ? 178 185 363 iFrom the report of the proceedings in ...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate, and Air. Burnell.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
WATER POLICE COUBT. (Before the Water Polios Magistrate, and Mr. Bumell.) Three drunkards weie punished. William For, a prisoner serving a sentenoe in gaol, was brought up on a oharge of having stolen a Crimean ehirt. The prisoner last week was sent to gaol for a month, for having stolen a pair of boots, The shirt was found upon him, and he was remanded on the charge of having e'.olen it The police made inqniriee, sne discovered that the ehirt had been stolen from a ?hop in George -street, opposite the police station. The prisoner denied hie guilt, but the Besoh sent him to .gaol for three months, in addition to he sentence he U now earring. Denis Barley, charged with having assaulted a oon Btable in the exeoution of hie duty, was fined 20s. William G»«r, the driver of an omnibus, was fcrought np for cruelly ill-treating a horse, and was sentenced to pay £2; or, in default, te go to gaol for fourteen days. The Bench further ordered that the ''bns was to be detained and sold if the f...
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. E. Chapman, and Pinbey.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
Polios Proceedings— This Da? OENTBAL POLICE OOUBT. (Before Messrs. E. Chapman, and Finhey.) A number of drunkards and riotous persons were disposed of. Catherine Oorney was charged with steeling 15a_ 6d., a handkerchief, seven yardt of silk and, other articles, valued at £2 10a., the property ef Isabella M'llhenney. THa sriflnnAr wju a nnrvAnt in the service of OQni pkunant. Yesterday she was abeut to leave, never laving given notioe. Upon this her jnietress searched her box, and fauud some of the articles enumerated there. Further, upon information received from a fellow servant of prisoner, complainant searohed the yard of the premiaes and dieoevered the rest of the artiolea namrd, Prisoner denied the cbarge. The Benoh committed her to take her trial at the next Quarter Sessions. Catherine Smith, a girl tinder the age of sixteen years, was brought before the Court on a charge of Aabitually wanderiDg in the streets in the company of prostitutes. The grandmother of the accused was i...
Supreme Court-This Day. SITTINGS IN BANOO (Before their honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Faucett.) CROWN CA[?]E, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
Supreme Court— Thia Day- s Snrcxqs is Baboo. -Before thsir Honors bit Alfred Stephen, Chief Jnstioe, Mr. Justice Hargrnve. and Mr. Justice Fanoett) Cbowh Oasis, oueek v. 6hablabk. The Attorney-General appeared -in ropport of the conviction; ana Mr. Davis for the prisoner. The defendant was convicted at the Circuit Court, Saniltynin, of perjury. It appeared, that upon the having of a charge of larceny, preferred bj Sbanlank aminst Jacob and Beniamin Myers, before a magis trate at Hay, he had eoomraitted the alleged perjury. A question wu raised for the opinion of the Court as to (he sufficiently of the proof that the perjury hai bean actually committed. The evidence taken was that of tiie olerk of petty sessions at Hay, who deposed that he recollected a owe in whioh the defendant charged Jaoob Myers and Benjamin Myers with Uroany, and he 'pr°duo;d Shanlank'a depositions, ?whioh were then put in evidence against him. Their Hokobs sustained the ooDviotioo, holding that the evident* had...
West Sydney Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
West Sydney Election. j DECLARATION OF THE POLL. I At 10 o'clock this morning the ll-turoin£-ofljcer appeared on ib.4 hustings to make the official declara tion of the poll. There were at the time only a few hundreds present The number was soon, increasd, until nearly two thousand were present, The HETtrasma offices read the vates aa folio we; Campbell ? 2602 Robertson ? .. 2829 Wcarne ? * 2977 Kioh'.rdton ? 526 Windeyer ? 2739 Speer ? 2664 E»gar ' ? 2858 . Ie therefore declared Mr. Wearne, Mr. Bobertson, Mr. Windeyer, and Mr. dpeer duly eleated as the representatives-of this electorate in the fortb.oem.ing Parliament - V ' ? The names of the several candidates were received with oheera. '». Mr, Wbabke then oameiforward -sad thanked the electors for the honour conferred upon htm. He would go in as an independent member. Though Mr. Parkes was the greatest friend he had (oheers and opposition), yet, if Mr. Parkes should be seat for, and he and the kfifiistry he formed should bring ia ...
ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
ADELAIDE, Thunday. Tbe Hon. H. Ajers goes to England by the next mail steamer. The Willunga flax mil! was opened to-day. The Assembly refused Mr. Bean leave of absence. The news from the DarlingTeporbs that the etite of the rivet iiaot improved by the rc-oent rains The Government intend proclaiming a public holi day at Christmas from Saturday to Tuesday inclu sive. Tho corn market is unchanged —Herald. The Elioiion fob Northuhbbbland.— The result of the polling for the County of Northumberland is anether proof of the resentment felt at the impertinent conduct of tha oontemptibla felfconstitnted olique established in Sydney to diitate to the constituencies who they shall return as their representatives to Parliament Every effort was made by the Parkes Buchanan party to assist the return of Mr. Shaw. Mr. Buchanan made his appearance at Wallsend in a hurried manner to do all that oould be done for Mr. Shaw, and Mr. Boohanw made a most inglorious exit. The miners gave him a rough but ho...
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
MELBOURNE. Thursday. The efforts to raise the ship Lightning have been un successful, oa account of the heavy sea running in Corio Bay. r.fforts ate being; made to forward immigration by private subscription. Important disclosures relative to the working of the Land Bill were made in the Assembly, last night. The damaged portion of the cargo of Mauritius sugars realised middling prices at auction, Kerosene is inquired for. Flour is dnll at £12 15s. to £18 per ton.— Empire, The insurance companies have paid over to Messrs, Towns and Oo. £19,250 for the loss of the Mario Gabrielle and her cargo of teas. At the Smythesdale Baces, the Rnrdle Race was won by Kaled, the Stewards' Cup by Shamrock, the Handioap by Albany, and the District Plate by Far mer's Daughter.— Herald.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
The East Sydney election was a freak whioh was the more injurious in its tenrlenoy from the faot that it was at first taken by the defeated party as indicating a settled pur pose on the part of a majority of the oom munity. The returns of the polling for the western division of the city will encourage the friends of liberty and progress throughout the oonntry to persevere in the determination to meet the Paekes Euobanan faotion boldly and resolutely, and save the people from the tremendous dangers that a few days since appeared to threaten. Although Mr Robertson has sot been returned at the head of the poll he oooupies a good position — and most undoubtedly he would have been at tbe head of the list if the organisation of the liberal party had been equal to that of the Paekes-Buchanan faotion. It had been boastingly and confidently asserted that the Premier would be utterly defeated, and even the oontetrptuous meroy of his enemies could only assign him a plaoe at the bottom of the p...
ROCKHAMPTON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
BOCEHAMFTON. Thursday. Hilliatd was indicted for smuggling a cheque from the Government for £12 Is. 6d. ; he was defended by Mr, M'Dermott; the case broke down, and Hillurd has been rearrested on a oharge of embezzling another Government cheque for £10, The case stands over till the neit sittings for the sttendanoa of witnesses. He was admitted to bail in £400, with two sureties of £200 eaoh. Qnigley, charged with horeestealing, has been sen tenced to four years' imprisonment, — Herald.
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. EUetorettt, Ifames of Xemlert. Newcastle ? *G, A. Lloyd EastSvdney ? H. Paries ? Sir James Martin ? D Bnohanan ? »G. King Paddington ? ?Hon. J. Batberland Olarsnoe ? *I. Bawden West Sydney ? J.Weame ? *Hon. J. Bobarbon ? W. 0. Windevw ? W. Spaer Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes Those marked with a star (*) are Ministerialists.
DUBBO. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
DQBBO. Thursday afternoon, Mr. G, W. Lord s meeting last night was an im mense success. A resolution of renewed confidence in his candidature, and expressive of tbe detfrmifihiion of the electois (o suppoit his re-election, wao carried by acclamation, Thiee cheers for the Queen, for Mr. Lerd, and the eleotors of Dubbo concluded th: meeting, and a dis play oC fireworks followed. Mr. Loid wilt be nominated to-morrow by Mr. Byrid, of Euromedah, and teconded by Mr. M'EiUop, of Terra Bells, Mr, Keightley, the new Police Magistrate, has received orders to reside at Dubbo, visiting Warren, Welliagton, &c— Empire.
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. Eleoteral District. Names of Candidates. Argjle ? E. Bntler Batbarst ? 8. Robinson , ? W. H. Jsnttor Balranald ? J. 3. Phelps Braidwood ? H. W.Kelly ? V. Beer „ ? E. Greville TheBogan ? GK W. Lord „ ? T, H, Manning , ? J. E. Ardill Oamden ? J. Morrioe „ ? A. Ooalow „ ? 8. Bslinfanto Canterbury ? Vf. Hanson „ ? T. BuUivan ? W. B, TerapletoB Oarooar ? Rev. X Burke . ? B. Stimpeon Central Cumberland ? J. Lackey Eden ? Hon. l-. Egan ? H. Olarke ? 0. H, Dale The abbe ? O. W. Allen G»nlburn ? M. Alexander Gold-fields South ? E. Baiter „ ? O. M. Stephen Qoldfields North ? G. Roman TheQwydir ? T. Hnngerfori , ? &. Sharp Hastings ? B. B. Smith „ ? H. Flett The Hawkestrary ? 3. H. Naptbali ,, ? vr. n. nuuiofwu The Hume ? T. H. Mate , ? J.T.FaUon The Hunter ? A. Boggis „ ? , ? P. Green ? J. F. Burns The Upper Hunter ? A. Bell ,, ? W.H. Gordon illawarra ? John Stewart „ ? J. Osborne Kiama ? 8. W Gray „ ? H. Parkes TheLaehlan ? O. M. Stephen „ ? James Watson Weet...
ARMIDALE. Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
ARMIDALE. Thuitday, Mr. Robert foteter arrived here on Monday, by mail, at 8 p.m. A monster meeting at Benjamin's was considerably in bis fatour; and aeo another on Tuesday at Gordon's, Ob Wednesday he proceeds to Walcba, Mr. Weaver's oanvassing his been well received throughout the district — Empire.
Shipping. ARRIVAL,—December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
[?] ABBIVAL.-Deoember 9.1 Dlalone, steamer, 800 tons, Meaney, from Olyee Siver. Pasaengfrs-Mrs. Upton, Messrs, H, Man ning, Gaiss, Harpur, Marks, Lear;, Bruce, and 10 in the steerage. Deoember 10. Ziska, brig, 185 tons, Morris, from Mauritius 27th October. H Fisher and Oo., agents. Isle of Wight, ship, 1273 tons, Laggett. from Manila 21et August. Passengers— Mi. Ooetikal and servant, Colonial Sugar Oo., agents. Jane Maria, barque, 311 torn, from Mauritius 19th October. E. Chapman and Oo., agents. Viotory, biig, 180 tons, Walkley, from Mauritius 26th October. J. Frazer and Oo., agent*. Prince of Wales, schooner, from Melbourne. BfiPAETUBES — Deoember 9, Fruiter, barque, for New Caledonia, Lady Denison, brig, for Wanganui; Ten Yange, steamer, for Melbourne. G'uv&n. ship, for London. Auckland, steamer, for Anokland. Egraont, steamer, for Bockhanpton. Blackbird, steamer for Melbourne 0LBASANOES.-Decembar 9. Mystery, eehooner, 82 toni, Irvisg, for Baffle Creek Girvan, barque, 694...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
Peikoe or Waiks Opeea Hodsk.— To-night Mr. H. N. Douglas tak«a a benefit, The pieoe seated ie 'Hamlet,' and Mr. Douglas will, on thid oocasion, enact th» philosophic Dans. It is to be hoped that an audience will assemble commensurate to the desert of fliia vbtbaHIo And talented vonac actor The Edbn Ejection.— The Hob. Daniel Egan arrived in Moruya on Saturday morning last, and addressed a crowded meeting of the electors at the Courthouse in the evening, the chair being occupied by John M'Keon, Esq.. It appears from a lengthy report of the proceedings in the local journal, that in the course of his remarks, Mr. Egan referring to the ap pointments that bad been madeon his recommendation, said no religious feeling had been allowed the slightest prominence. He had been told he was to be rejected en aooount of his faith. Was he to blume beoaueo he ws« attaohed to any particular faith ? Wsb a man's religion to be a barrier to his polical suooess ? In his department where ISOOperconB were ...
Commercial. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
Catsuttcrctal Friday, 4 p.m. The usual weekly wool sales were held yesterday, at the ' bamber of Commerce. There was a good attendance, although the catalogues weie not so extent Give as usual. Mort and Co.'e sales were withdrawn, and will be held at their own stores on Tuesday. Amonget the best sales were 5 bales fleece, DN, lUd; 11 ditto, IiL over 5, at Ufd; 4 ditto over GO, atl2d; 8 ditto, HH, at 8fcd; 81 ditto ditto, TH in diamond, at 12}d; 8 ditto, H over H, at 12f d ; 23 ditto. IM over 3, at ISfd; 20 ditto, GCT.atllfd; 40 ditto, Lover Lee, at 1411; 26 ditto, JB, under eyebrow, atlOJd; 21 ditto, SJO, at Hid. Sheep ekids were in fair demand at from 24 to Sfd per lb, Messrs, Richardson and Wrenoh held a sale of im portant properties at their Booms, Fittstreet, this morning. There was an excellent attendance, and biddings spirited. The following properties weie ?old:— The Whaler's Arms Hotel, Gloucester-street, fot £600, Mr. Peter Finnigan, purchaser : house, No. 113, CrlouMster-s...
THE [?] FF THE [?] POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
fritc f.i *f pTyiif i yp qji yffrp Mp-,' wiTwn PO^Ed, Lientesaci Walker ni a ?ooa^ maa sf about leven and-twaty years cf age, wilh a ilendttr hot snroag aad weei-fcnit; frama. Far a joang mss he poatessed an estranrdinary amonai ef aperience. Born ef poor parentii, tad with but little prospect sf making his wu mtheoid emzatrr. he bad cbiu rated is Australia. and enteitd the brat as a prrme. Is those tnsoled times* he soon. dtatBbpaz9ne(i frrw^tfTf j »nJ ^jg eoafttess and casnge attnetai .the M'ice of his chie&. Ia a £gh', with the boshraaggn, wh« had jasssmhlled in Haw iciitt Wslea in daagerooa baoda, ais saperior officer was killed. Walker asaamed the comaa&d, sati wttacot farther orders eaaeacted the eipeditloo ia which they » ers engaged with so caach skill aad laccesa, that tie SaTericr appointed him secaad lieutenant. Crged by inibiticB. and finding tatereat is the idiestaroaa !3e m die forests, be devoted ail tis energies ta the execu tion cf his sew duties. No...