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[?]ACK LOUDEN, OR LI[?] THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
,%GK LOUDEN, LIJ^^N THE BUSH. u Eva j- ?^i- tiis wotH fisrts tear his little faatdeBS * B^v bsses, snnc £sbs ^ vsd evecy one ftKS»6frfimcfestmW6ethehe*Tieit.'' ' Tott ia mat appear to be a. person Uksly ta eng gecaisae imporucee of Jflars, tanh rapiied, man eaKoett, atmoat uudaaa tana. 'Do nat reiy taa md opim that,1'' coatimmd K'Danaldv int^ a si&Jie fqfg^.4fif ta ^^?p*^ her feaa, hot wiicfa. «nlj iaiseued t&cm. ' I am, perbap, ws&k r tfcaa jua tiint' - I ham m- nght te tfcrait arjaelf intfl Tsar conS deost,' Mid Ssrah, ia » Ia» race; -ad itil), I bate bo ase 1 aiolilike tetCEr ? '-' She railed ciecked ketseif, witiuWcafc, an-i turned towanU mme screoaiing enckataoi, tkai were joEt ftjinj -JTer tjiair heua tavnrdatba nrer c Wooid yoa trast me ?' uktsi M Donald, gerzise her hind, wichaie g»va ta him, tremhimg rialestly - He— » staager ! What tf I mjielf eu&aaei jot kgaaiatao dffijjg?' 'I almnJdaat heed joa,' aaid Suab, with » amile, wk2e two bcigilt t...
BURROW Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
BURROW 4. Thursday. A publie meeting of the eleotors of the Liohkn was held at the Ooart-house yesterday. No candidates were present A letter was read, stating that Mr. James Watson was an Orangeman, which was pub licly deaied by his brother. The distinct and emphatio manner in whioh Mr. Watson denied the statement gave general satisfaction, and the electors as a body favour his return,— Herald.
HARTLEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
HAKTLHT. Thu'sday. A publio meeting was held here to-day to protest against the withholding of a tariff of rates for the carriage of coal on the Western Railway in owners' truoks. Mr, Andrew Brown oooupied the ohair, and the meeting was addressed by the Rev. Messrs. Barrett and Hayne, and Messrs. Meokenzie, Fins, Barry, Anderson, and Woolley, Resolutions pointing out the injustice done to the district in crippling the development of its resources were passe 3, and a com mittee appointed to take whatever steps may be necessary to obtain a fair concession from tbe Govern ment. —Herald,
WEST MAITLAND. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
WEST MAITtAND. Thursday. Election meetings are being held in all the town ships of the Hunter eleotorate by Mr. Bums, the late member, Mr, Dillon, tbe barrister, and Mr. Boggis. Mr. Green is very ill. Dr. LUdell (one of the candi dates for Weet Maitland) ie to hold a meeting for West Maitland to-night. Mr. Leo meete the electors on Monday,— Herald.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
Thb Northken Elections.— Mr. Dodds held a meeting as a candidate for the East Maitland electorate on Tuesday evening. He condemned the railway polioyof the Martin- Parkea Ministry, spoke in favour of th« abolition ef ad valorem duties, and expressed himself favourable to triennial narliaments. and d«Dre* oated the introduction of religions animosities into the elections.— Dr, Liddell had met the (lectors of West Maitland— Mr. Collins, a candidate for Wol lombi, has retired— Mr. Barns, who seeks re-election for the Hunter, held a meeting at the Softool of Arts, Branxton, on Tuesday evening; and in his epeeoh adopted the poHay of the late Opposition and the finan cial orotoheto of Mr. Eagar. Mr. Boggis held another meeting at the same time and place. — Mr. Arnold meeti the electors of the Paterson on Saturday night A rather unfortunate ooourrenc, by which the Bank of New South Wales will probably lose £100, happened last week in Queensland. It appears from the Brisbane Courier that a ...
ELECTORATE OF NARRELLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
ELECTORATE OF NARRELLAN. ?* Much to tlie satisfaction of hie nnmerom friends through out the electorate, Mr. Jcseph Leary, who so ably repre sented tbia district in Perliament come years since, baa, after moc.'i solicitation, acsln ounFeuled to booome a cendldiile. Mr. Lesry is well-known es a thoroughly independent man and a al-n:ch Liberal, un Thunday night. a considerable number of hie anpportere, met at Mr. Oregon's Hotel, Campbeltiwn.for tba purpose of making srrangeirients for tbe oouttBt. Mr. TnomM Cbipplndail, J.P..-«J|8 voied lotue ohtlr, and read a letter that be bad reoelved from Mr. Lcaiy, eipreaeing regret that, foraprlrate resiocB, be was precluded from ooming amongst hia friends personally, and stating for ihrir information, that his views on the Pnblio Soheols Act were unaltered, tbat be would Bolstlow tbe slightest alteration in that statute, and that he looked forward to great and glorious results to the present generation from ihe ecbeois rstab lishoii nuder it. A...
WINDSOR ELECTORATE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
WINDSOR ELECTORATE. w (FB1M 0UB OWM 00BEISPONDEKT). Mr. Walker addresied the electors of Richmond and ?Windsor this evening, st Mr. Harris's Commercial Hotel, sboDtSo'oloeb. A large number bad otBembledan-. tbe robin being raiber amall, m»ny preferred etandiDg In the cool air oolaHe, tbe window of the the holel beiijg thrown open llio BpBtSer'B voice ooold be heard outBide. CaptBfn EdBfrlon Artnaenled to take theobalr. who. noon risinc. wna reaeived with greet BpplaDBe. AftBr ibaidfing them for iha bouoor oonferrad on him , he said tbat having known Mr. Walker irom childhood, and vilsbed his rise end progress to the present time, be mneLaey he felt great pleasure io Intro dnofngblm tojihe meeting to-night. ;Or. Walter rising (o address tbom was tbe eignai for enthusiastic epplause, whieb having aomewhat aab.ideil, Mr. Walker «ddre-Bed them— a brief outline of which I now forward. Mr. W«lker ««id be had addressed tbem so often lately and on to man; different BObjectB, very little of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
?pRINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE. FIRST BENEFIT of tbe Toanir Anntrelian Jovenile Trsgeiian, Mr, H. N. DODOLA?, Under the Patronage of bi« fellow-members of the AUSTRALIAN PATRIOTIC A8SO0IATTON, Uany of wham nnye kindly signiBed their intention of being present. Mr. H. N. BODJJ^AS Fill have the honour of apiiearing before h^wiendsand patrons, for the first time as '^A B^&* LET. Horatio, on this wcii^^.. ? Mr. A. Webater. Firet actor, on thie ooo^K, bv s Grei-tlenian Amatenr, who have given^Hvalntble aesiitanoe THIS EVENING, Friday. Tbe performance will commence with Shakspeare'« Tragedy of HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK. Himlet ? Mr. H. N. DOUGLtS. Ghos? 't Hamlet's Father ? Mr. Hoskins, J-uriDg the first act fhe Lime Light Effeot Till bs introdnoeri.ly Mr. E. J. Beanment, who hae kir-''.y given Mr. DouglaB his teryioiB.^ (. '' :C0Dclude with the laughable Faroe of 8TATE 8ECEETS. lU-uuttHUW, satnroay, THE FIELD OF FORTY F00T8TEP8. rpHEATEE ROYAI ADELPHI. Under the Management cf Miss ...
THE FRENCH PRESS ON [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
ZBZ F3E5CH £££££ OS FE3.R ETACI5THE. . ?--?« :~.zs-z± cf tfie French papers bear- winie€5 to ie cicit!^:^: vshish --he cek fari.Ed Hnp.i tf fere Hyidishe has excited ii *U cii-d«s ic Paris and throagfceat Pracce. j Iscccd, I hj.i been ccserrgd siaS ca she drst | page of every aswspiper one is sszs to find j ec-3!Ei«re eitisr ct P«re Hj».:ij;ihe's krter cr ! M-ieGirariin writes La tie Iiberfe-- j ' u This adnunifcle protest in favour of tfie t fffe&zn of ihs p«Ip£t will he deemed by aB, ss m train it is, an act of fffltiwrwa? ; and this act «fll iaexeaae tiw reefeet which exes, fceg-thinkars iseist enterteinfor true piety, eomhaed with lofty elaquenee.' The Te«pa says tfcxt the set of Pere SyscinUie £1 an example (tf manly boldness, Wninamaybe profiUfaly rmhitB^ ekewhere tfean ia the leligioas wof Id :— ' : ' Tke spMtaele of s bt»ve ud sincere soul is almys the beet twehing » man can oler ta men ; and it is this which Fete Hyacintae ha« ftse given All upright soak, all well o...
PERE HYACINTHE AND THE PAPAL SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
PSB£ HYACISTSE AND THE PAPAL SEE. .1 Tfca lEoflowiEg is .k transiatJao ol tlus eele bnted letter wiiiiih«ateeiiaidr6a£«riibjPere Hyseiatfcc to tiw 6cs«nl of bis Oeder— that cf the Xiareicoteti Cannelises : — My t«y Bevsread F»tKei, — Darisg the five Tears ef bit z&fjustry »i Notre Dame ie Fane, »ad ia epine of the open atta.-ka aoj viuipc.red «ac8satT8ag of wkfch I have bees, the object, the esteem sad fee eoaSdccee lh»tyoa reposed in me fcave not «e&sed for a single mnwenfc. I have preserved many teeihnoai»Ia written by par hud, aad lefemsf as mmek. to sj preaching is to mTseiL To-d»y, hc«6«er, by s sudden change, rf whicfc I tEue tfcs csose, sot m yooro^E hfijrt, bat m its siss^ee of aa all-powerful party in Eome, ycra accuse me of doing tkat which yea encouraged, yon. blame that which yoa ap prcve-i sad yoa ecEsmiiid me to nee t- laagnsg:-, or to preserve a silenee^waieii wocid set bet^e twmpiete and Leysl eJ^ucsioa of my coa Beienee. I do set h«itate a& i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 10 December 1869
BIRTHS. On the 2oth November, at Canningalla, Upper Williams River, Mrs. Vincent Dowling, of a daughter. On the 5th instant, at her residence, Union-street, Pyrmont, Mrs. Thomas Brodie, of a son. On the 6th instant, at Campbelltown, the wife of Thomaa Fitz - Patrick, of a son. On the 9th instant, at St. Leonards, North Shore, the wife of Francis Hixson, Esq., of a daughter. &nbsp; MARRIAGE. &nbsp; On the 24th November, by special license, at St. Mary's Waverley, by the Rev. Stanley Mitchell, George Heapy, third son of the late John Heapy, formerly of the Victoria Inn, Pad- dington, to Mary Allingham, daughter of Thomas Allingham, of Fermanagh, Ireland. DEATHS. On the 7th instant, at Eo. 1, Mort-street, Balmain, Edith Ger- trude, aged 2 years, second daughter of Henry K. and Elizabeth Englefield. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Tuesday morning, the 7th instant, aged 20 years, William Henry, eldest son of the Rev. Henry H. ...
HUNTER ELECTORATE. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
HUNTER ELECTORATE. I THE NOMINATION. 1 Tho nomination or candidates for the representation or me Homier took pleoeon Monday, December 13, near lie Conn boaee, West Htiiland, tbs assemblage beiog abont 600. The Bbtdesiko-ophceb (Mr. Lindsay) same forward and read tbe writ. Giobge Vindik, Esq., begged to iuform tbe elector! he fatd been requested by Mr. Greeo to withdraw his same, on account of hu renent aooident. He thanked those who had promised him tbeir support, and hoped on aornn future oooasion, if spared, to again solicit their euffragM. (Oheers.l Mr. W. Nicholboh proposed, and Mr. HocBEa seoonded the nomination of, Mr. A. Boggis. ? Mr. Wolbtenholmb propo.ed. end Mr. B. Scobih seconded the nomination or, Mr. I. F. Bums. Mr. W. H. Mulleh proposed, and Mr. MTflllliUY seconded the nomination of, Mr. John Dillon. Mr. Boa a is on coming forward, was reeeived with oheers. He wai aware thst h* aaplred to an honorable position, bat it was sot presumption* on his part to seek the honour...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
StroiE Pbospscis ax Post Macotaeie.— The Madeay Herald has the following items:— We hear that it ii the intention of Mr. de Gramont, who is now in Sydney, to have a floating sugar mill constructed for this river. For nme time past, we understand, Mr. Grant, of the Nambuccra £iver, has been buBily «mployed manufacturing a sugar mill, which, we are informed, will be ready for work in tbe course of » few days. The mill is made tatirely of wood, and is to ba worked by horses. Ho* tot the eager growers on the river believe it will b« eutneeeful. Mr. F. Scott held a sale on Saturday, at the Star Inn, of three ?ample* of sugar manufactured by Mr. S. Verge, of 'West Ktmptey. Sample one was a light coloured «ngor, and realised Sd. per lb. by the c«t Simple two, a rieh brown sugar, wae Bold for 4jd. per lb, BaapU three, an article a shade or two darker than Ma 2, realtad 4id. per lb. The No. 1, it will be fannd ob MlcoUtion, sold at the late of £46 ISs, 4«, pwtoa.