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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. BATHURST. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. BATHDBST. Wednesday. InformatioB bas reached here that the site for the railway terminus has again been altered and plaoed at the extreme southern boundary of the town, half a mile off. It is considered a breach of faith with tbe peeple of Batburst, and maoh indignation is expressed. A protest ie to be entered against tho acceptance ef the tenders called for. The farewell dinner to Mr. S. Bobinson tafeos place tonight. — Herald.'
Frederick Douglass and his Son. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
Frederick Douglass and his Son. Circumstances whioh have lately taken place in the United States show that the intense animosity towards the negro race, whioh manifested itself eo strongly during the war, still rages as fiercely as ever. Mr. Frederiok Douglass, the foremost man of the coloured race has a eon, a young man of muoh ability and promise, who fought on the Federal side during the war, and was one of the heroes of Fort Wagner. The following speech of the father will show the reward the son is reaping for his ooorage anii patriot ism. We copy from the New York Tribune of the 10th August: — 'Mr. Frederick Donglaes addressed the coloured people assembled at Medina, on Tuesday, to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of Emancipation in tbe British Wtst Indies. Beferring to bis son, Lewis H. Douglass, the colonrtd printer in Washington, he said,' ' For the moment, Lawia H, Douglass represents our whole people, ri '? ?.: from degradation to respeotabi. lity, sDd fro^ (Ascription ...
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. The President of the Marine Board has sent in a report on the scheme of Messrs. Watts and Wells for forming a new port, whioh is said to be unfavourable to it. The unemployed are again becoming troublesome, and have sent another deputation to the Government aekirg for work. Wheat is firm at 5s, ll£d. The Norsk Yeritas has bees ordered on to Sydney.— Herald.
HOMEBUSH SPRING MEETING, 1869 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
EOMEBUSH SPB1NQ MEETING, 1869 The HcmiebuBh woes were resnraed yesterday. The day was delightful, a cool and refreshing breeie con tinually blowing over the course. There was so dost; and the gieen turf, thickly studded with satire spring flowers, was very pleasant to ramble over. The attendance was by no means so large as that of Toes difiereat one. Few of those not immediately interested in the horses snd betting, that were then on the oouree, were to be teen; whilst the itinerant musicians, fingers, and tramps of the Botany festivity oongregated en masse. Opposite the Grind Stand omnibuses, cabs, and private'vehieles lined the oourse, to the Dumber of some hundreds. And many equestrians of both eexet oantered gaily aboot in all directions . There *u some exoellent racing, and considerable excitement. The first race, the Homebosh Spring Maiden Plate, brought out a field only of three, with Moselle, the inevitable, in excellent fettle, and fit to run for a man's life. She was freel...
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
MELBOURNE. Wednesday. The Legislative Council has deoided upon post poning all other business, in order to enable the Bouse to pies the Land Bill at an early date. The measure has, however, been grcatiy modifiea. About 150 persons attended the Mayor's inaugural bacquet yesternight. The cargo of sugars, ex Sea Belle, from Mauritius was submitted to public auction to-day, and fair Drices were realised. Business generally is quiet— Empire. The case of typhus fever at Oeelong has resulted fatally. There was a railway collision between Oastlemaice and Sandhurst yesterday erening, when several pas sengers were injured. Heloiee and Rosalia Duraltie and Mr. Ooutte have arrived per Essex, under an engagement for the Theatre Boyal. Messrs. Dalmsboj Campbell and Co. repert the pries of best beef at 20a, pet IOO lbs.; woolled wethers, 62 lbs. to 56 lbs., 10a, to lls. MflflBTfl. Power. TtntViarfnFd onri ftn wmni^ tl*£ rnino ? »''m ?»'', «h.*ah. -V.*J wuv. Wt tgUUtt IUH LfllUU of cattle easier, 2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
4 USTEiLIAN GASLIGHT 00. METSES lent freest Charge. SBBVICE PIPES, pot running more than SO feet frem the Main, laid without Charge, A M L. 0 A N T O B LICENSED PAWNBBOKBB, Lately carrying oa business for A, Joseph, Of Central Loan Office, 67, King-street West, has B E M 0 V El) so CENTRAL LOAN OFFICE, 19S, C A.8TLEKE AOH-STBEET. Ose door South King street, next to Williams'* Metropolitan Hotel. MONEY LENT on all kinds of portale property. FOR SALE, ex Enoalyptis, frem Dunedia, Now discharging at Market Wharf, 200 tons first-olaai POTATOES, grown from Hobart Town seed The finest sample in the market. Will be eold obeep, in lota to suit purchasers. Apply to BAMUEL PRIESTLY, 139, Buwx-straet. ?OOR SALE^ a Four-Pull BEER JL1 ENGINE, with pipes and tan complete. Bengal Arms, Bridge street, MR. BELL, Consulting and Operating Bnrgeon and Aooouoher. Thirty-«ae years' draotice, OoBrolUtion hours before 10 tun., from S to 4«nd6to8pju «e*i FitMtnet, GOVERNMENT VACCINATION, fret to all classes...
A Serious Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
A Serious Orime. At the Bromley Petty Sessions, on Monday last Ellen Smith, a poor woman who gets her living by charing and washing, living at Orpington, was charged with the unlawful possession of a faggot of sticks. Poliae-conBtable 186 R, who produced a haadfnl of sticks, said that ke met the prisoner, whilst off duty, firoinir faoma with A hnndln nf stinks. flha IaM him she had gathered them in the wood of Mr. Berens, one of the county jostioes for the Bromley divisiea. Mr. F, A. Lewin: What have you got to say to tbe oharge? .Prisoner: If you please, your worships, I had no money to bny csal, and at I was passing through Mr. Berens' wood I gathered a few sticks to boil my kettle. There is a path threngh tbe wood, and I gathered the stioks by the side of the patb. The benob fined her 2s. 6d , and 3s, 6d, eosit, or seven days. As she was leaving tbe dock Mr. Edlmanu expressed the hope that it woald be a caution to her never to touch stioks in gentlemen's woods again. 'Last week,'...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
Cube of Cakoeb.— In answer to several correspon dents, the letter signed 'Humanity,' in last Monday's Ekpieb, referred to Mr. H, Boehme, of Aeafield, who by'advertitemeot in Tuesday's paper invjteB eafferore from cancer to apply to him for relief,— Ed, Emtiek. The Port Lome Commeicial Gazette of the . 25th Hantember. which came to hand br the Mnrninn- Star last evening, haB the following:— Sir H. Birkly ehortly gives up the government of this island and hiB suo eessor, the Hon. H. Gordon, has been named. It ia not the time to pass in review his administration ; we will only say at present that no Governor has had to contend with more difficulties, owing to the mis fortunes whioh, in succession, assailed tbe colony, and during all that time he preserved the esteem of the public, There has never been any attempt on his part te seek popu larity, but ht has taken «are never te go indireot opposition to the publio will or to in any way hurt the feelings of any part of the population. Yet...
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Thompson and Solomon.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
Police Proceedings— This Day CENTRAL POLICE COUBT. (Btfore Captain Soott, P.M., and Messrs. Thompson aud Solomon,) several drunkards were fined. John Ootton pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of boots of tbe value of 8j,'6d., the property of Mr. Harris, and was sent to gaol for three months, Thomas Garnham was ordered to pay the sum of 10s, per week, for six months, for the support of his wife. Samuel Taylor, being oemvioted of stealing a coat, the proDertv of Messrs Hobnnn and Whitin» t»«o u-nt to gaol for three months, (Before Messrs. Smith, Hunt, and Birrall.) On the summons sheet there were twenty-seven oases ; of these one was dismissed, eix were postponed,, and 11 were not prosecuted. ? Six persons were, on the prosecution of inspector Oram, fined 5s. eaoh for breaches of the Haoknsy Carriage By-laws. John Ooilina was bound over to keep the peace for three months for making use of threatening language to wards Jane Dunean. Miohael M'Namara and Michael Shortell, omnibua propriet...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 11 November 1869
BIRTHS. On July 30th, at her residence, Caloola, near Bathurst, the wife of Mr. James Melville, jun., of a son. On the 5th instant, at Memel Cottage, Balmain, Mrs. W. K. Chapman, of a son. On the 7th instant, at 128, Phillip-street, the wife of Mr. E. Reading, dentist, of a son. On Tuesday, November 9th, at her residence, Kelough Villa, Newtown, Mrs. B. M. Corrigan, of a daughter. On 9th instant, at her residence, East Maitland, Mrs. Edward &nbsp; &nbsp; Hughes, of a son. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MARRIAGES. &nbsp; On the 4th instant, at St. Thomas's Church, Mulgo, by the Rev. J. Ross, Thomas, fifth son of Mr. E. Braithwaite, of Ruth Vale, Bringelly, to Sarah, second daughter of Mr. B. Taylor, of Woodland, Luddenham. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 9th instant, at St. Charles's, Waverley, by the Rev. N. H Father Woolfrey, Herbert Oc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PBOVIDBNT SOCIETY. Established 1819. MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE, noons uunra exoumivelt to the membbbs. Pmsobi asiaring their Lives should consider what 8BCT7BITT the Institution they seleot has to effer. fWANOIAL POSITION OP THB BOCIETT IN 1869 i The 8Hm aaanred amounts to ... £4.000.000 . The Gross Income exceeds ... £180.000 The Accumulated Fond* exceed ... £602,000 BewaoB&ry Bonuses declared ... £458.000 GliimB paid to Members ? £200,000 BwamFaad ... ... ... £50,000 THE ASSETS W IBB ASStnUSOE FTJIfn AKOUSTED CO 70 PER CEIfl ?» THE anSIBB ASSUB&KOB PBEMTJM8 KE0BIVED B7 THE ?MUl'I. THB SOCIBTT XAS CPWAID3 OF 90C0 JtEMBEEB. The Quiaquenoial B'porfc, chowing the Society's itats ana1 progress, proepeetu658, and forms of proposal, M»y be had! or will be sent, poet free, on application at tteoffioe, or to any of iho moiety's agents, -i Br order of the Board, ALEXANDER J. BAL8T0N, Secretary. Priacipal Offioe, Sydney, 25A September, 1869. ? THE STANDARD LIFE ASS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
BALMORAL AND PEABL BAY FI0MI0 OB0UND\ MIDDLE HABBODB, for HUE. Baltio Wharf, near Pjrmofit Bridge. IJpOPULAB CONOEBTS. SCHOOL OF ABTS. THI8 (Saturday) NIGHT, November 18. UNPARALLELED BECEPHON or AMELIA BAILE r And FLORENCE 0 A L Z O D A, who will give their fourth GSUND CONCERT, uriBted by the Mimes KOSTEN. One combined performance, MUSICAL AND DBAMATI0. MONSTER PROGRAMME, Miss AMELIA BAILEY will eing those songs of home, familiar in oar «ara as household words. Miss FLORENCE CALZ0D4 in her most choice and popular character Songs, a S. PACKER, Esq., Acoompsayist. POPDLAR PBI0~ES TO-NIGHT, which presents an opportunity for all classes to hear these talented Artistes, who hive met with so enthu siastic a reception. PROGRAM ME. PabtI. 1. Daet— Down the dark waters ? Zingarelli Misses A. BAILEY and P. CALZODA. 2. t ong— The Merry Zingara ? Balfe Miss A. BAILEF. 3. Oomio Bong (In character)— The Captain with his whiskers ? Glover Miss F. CALZuDA. 4. Aria— Nabnoo aUBHio disohniBS ? Miss ...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
TELEQRAFMO MESSAGES. MELBOUEKB. Friday. Telegraphic oaareea are to b* tednotd after the let January to one ahiliing for tv«lv« words, and a penny for every additional word. Tbe melodrama o( ' Formosa' U to be performed here after Christmas. The reported massacre of If r. L«ttin, of Melbsmrse, and orew of More* is eontradioted. The eoab has brokaa oat ia the eauth-eaatern diatrict of South Australia. The Land Bill hae pawed throngk committee ia the Legialative Council, The Scab Bill it practically shelved. The Bench at Emerald Hill have decided that the Chinese joss-honsfl is not rateable property, a- it oomee under the designation of plsxea of worship. The lands committee have finally agreed on their report, and now recommend the continuance of the iaqniry by Royal Commission. The establishment of a Ladies' Seminary, similar to the Bootoh College, wu mooted in the Presbyterian Assembly. The markets closed very doll; flour evidently has a downward tendency. The new hay ie coming into...
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
Police ProoeedizigB— This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Soott, P.M., and Mr. Burdekin.) TbomaB Oa»hm«r, charged with threatening to ia some bodily injury to his wife Mary, was remajaiei until Saturday next George Thomas was oharged with stealing a eilvat lever watob and ohain, of the value of £6, the property of Henry Franklin. Prisoner was arrested by senior constable Latkins. Henry Franklin deposed tbfti between 11 and 12 o'olook on Monday night he wai drinking in a publiO'houee, near the Albert Gromnd, when he left to ge home. He went a short distance and laid down and went to aleep. He was awoke by feeling some person at his waistcoat pocket. When he awoke he saw a man, whom he believes to be tha prisoner, pulling hiaohaio fromjhis waiitooat. Another man was with him, and having git prosecator'i watch and chain, they ran away. The wateh prodnoed ia prosecutor's. Prisoner ia one of tba men who robbed him Henry Ge rge Benson, pawnbroker, of CasUereagh* street, deposed...
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. The Hon. John BoberleoB and the Hon. John Sutherland proceeded by rail to Throeby Park this morning. On arrival there, a meeting of the Executive Council was held, when the oiroumetaBoes of tbe pelitioal situation having been discussed, and the Hen. the Premier, on behalf of hinuelf and calleagaes, having submitted to his Excellency the Governor the reasons of the Government for advising the disaolntioa of the Assembly, a dissolution was granted b? his Eiocllenoy accordineW, In puraaanoe of the course resolved upon, a Gazette Extraordinary will be i-.iued this evening, containing the ueual proclamation proroguing Parliament. A farther proclamation, dissolving the Legislative Assembly, will be published on Hosday, and the writs for tbe new elections will be immediately issued. The Hon. the President of the Council and the Hon. the Speaker of ;the Assembly also viiited Throsby Park, and took op the various bills that had been passed during the Session. His E...
Breach of Promise Case. NORTHERN CIRCUIT.-LIVERPOOL, AUG. 18. Civil Side.—(Before Mr. Justice Hayes and Special Juries.) FLAMING V. THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
Breach of Promise Case. NOITHERH OlECUII.— LlTEEPOOL, A DO. 18. Civil Side.— (Before Mr. Jastioa Hayes and Special .Tories,) n.Eiimo t. THOHPBOir. Mr. MasiBty, Q.C., Mr. Jones, Q.C., «d Mr. Beath were the oonnsel for the plaintiff : Mr Davidson, Q.O., ?id Mr. Crompton were for the defendant. This was an action ef breach or' promise of marriage, in whicn the plaintiff was MUb Kate Fleniintr, a young Jady of 20 years of age, the second daughter of the late Mr. Fleming, of Glasgow, a well known aocoantant, who died in 18G6. and the defendant. Mr. James Elliott Thompson, the eon of ibe eminent shipbuilder, of SonderliDd, who was S4 years of age. It appeared that the imimacy bet«eea the patties eprang op as follows: — While Mr. Fleming's life lasted his means were good, and Ma dangbter was consequently seat to ? good school in Edinburgh, where she was a school fellow of (he defendant's sister, who there became her intimate frieDd. She was, therefore, invited to stay at the Thompsons' hon...
New South Wales Parliament LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, 12th NOVEMBER. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
am 0o«(6 tttofe Jpfttfttwdtrt I LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FB1D4.T. 12th November. 1869. The SrsiElt wok the oosfr «t menu-diktat mlcuteB psit 3. PERSONAL EXPLANATION. Sir JAMES MARTIN raored the adjournment or Ike H nse. Be dli bo In order ti notice obierratlons msde sbost him Utl night liter be hid gone home. Mr, FOB6TEB ro» la order. [A long -oa tBgijiUcvtiiott «D»u«d in whioh Hr. Foriter oonleDded that Blr Jamei Martin bid no right to allude to * put debate or to enter into ? personal explanation on a motion for adjournment. The Speaker's ruling van in f .vour of Sir Jamaa Martin.] Sir JAMES MARTIN proceeded. He raid from tbe report of Mr Eckfnril's speech— 'He had neve: been bronghtai for killing ihesured book with a faliebood on his lips ; us bid never been bronght np for miking fa'te etitement.. ' Be took that to moan iha'. he (Sit James Merlin) had been brnns'i npforkiBslog tbe eiored book with a, falsehood on bin lion— that he baa been broufjbt np for making false aiatemenu. Bmh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869
ilKEAKFAST.— EMS' COCBI.— GaUTErOL laTD CoatrO-TMO —TDD vorj agreeable SDgraaiar of tnif preparation h*a rendered it a general favourite. thB Civil Service Ouatte remark a :— * Tbe slngulsr ausceas whieh sir. Epps attained bv nta nonHBopalbJc preparation of cocoa, has never been sUT aiaited by anj exBrrlmentaliat. fiv a thorough knowledge jltbe natural lewa wbich s..*:rnlBe operation! of digestion and nutrition, and by a eareful application of tbe fin* properties of wen-selected eoooa, Mr Eppe baa provided oat breakfast lahlea with a delicately flavoured beverage wsieh mav -av« us manv beavr dgtsiors' bills ' Mads simply with boiling water or joilk. Sold b- the trade only r t4b.,(-tt-. and Mb. tin lined packets, IsielM-JaMS EirsjandOo. HomaopBifelB Chswists, LjctsaV— ittvr.