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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Evans, Manning, and Raphael.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
WATER POLIOE COUfiT. (Before Meeiro. Evans, Manning, and BsphaeL) liTOiea aosa, tor mating use ot protaue language, was fined 20s. EoBanna Smith, for a similar offeaoe, was fined lOs. Two drunkards were fined, . Theodora Hanneman vras ordered to pay Samuel Burton £5 wages, due as a seaman on board the Prince Patrick, with 4b. 10d. costs Annie Buok, a licensed victualler, for Sunday trading, was fined £1, and 5s. 6d. coBte. George Hyland, for not having his name oa hie eprine-oart, was fined £1, and 2a, 6d, costs. William Oteb, for a similar effenoe, wbb fined 10s, and 2a. 6d. oosta. Fanny Francis, for throwing etoaes, to the danger of parsons passing up Harrington-Btxeet, was fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. eoste. Mary Quirk, for suffering three cows to stray in Vincent-strest, Balmain, was fined 7e. 6d. and 2a. 6d, costs. ] John Ogden, Bobert Langley, aRd Joseph Napthalia I were each fined 2e. 6d,, end 2s. 6d. costs, for suffering 1 animals to stray. i Edward Ford, a blaok man, cha'ged Mm. ...
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Mr. Palser.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
Police Proceedings- This Day. CENTRAL POLIOE COUET. (Before Oaptain Scott, P.M., and Mr. Palser.) Alfred Bwinfield, aged 14, was brought up, under warrant, charging him with absenting himself from the indented apprenticeship of Thomas Smith, The charge was dismissed, but he was sent on board the Ver- non for Bleeping in tie open air. Thomas Watson, aged 15, was fined 203,, or to be sent to gaol in default for the term of seven days, for wilfully (trowing stones in Pitt-Btrect, Eedfern, to the danger of passers by. About a dozen minor offenders were summarily dealt with. In the enmmons court there were fifteen oaeeB set down for adjudication by the presiding magistrates, Messrs. Eenwick and Cbapman, In eight of them, however, no parties appeared, one was postponed for a fortnight, and another was dismissed, Mary Garter. for using insulting language to one John Horaby, wbb fined 5s and 5s 61 costs, or seven days in default. Honora Davoren, for abusive language towards Michael Davoren,...
QUARTER SESSIONS-Tuesday. (Before his Honor Mr. District Judge Dowling.) STEALING IN A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
QVABTEB SESSIONS— Tuesday. (Before his Honor Mr. Distriot Judge Dovcling.) STEALING IK A DWELLING. Mary Loveday, alias Griffiths, was charged with having on the 2nd December, stolen a dress, one sheet, one pair of beote, three pettiooats, and £9, the property of Elisabeth Maodonald. Prisoner was not defended and pleaded guilty. It appeared that the prisoner was a domestic servant in the employ of the proseoutrix; she wag only there one day and went away at night Hiss Maodonald, who it appears was the only occupant of the house besidea the servant, missed the articles named, and at onoa gave information to the police. Detectives Camphin and Lyons watched the prisoner and saw her come out of her mother's house in Olyde street, miller's Point, and go down towards the water. ? They followed her but she took to tue water, and ','ewam like a duok.' She went between the piles of the wharf and got on a neighbouring wharf, where a dog ' bailed her up ' till Camphin managed to get round and a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
The eleotors of Eiama have exercised tho right whioh they have of aeleoting the beat man to represent them by gratifying the vanity of Mr. Paekes, That gentleman has, no doubt, achieved a sort of triumph, and will be the hero of Eiama until the end of time. What the eleotors of East Sydney will do with him ia a question of some curiosity. A man who had beeneleoted by a large majority by the first constituency in the country ; a man who had gone into Parliament over the head of his chief; who bad succeeded in defeating his former poli tical master, and in getting rid of a troubleso ne treasurer, might have been oon tented with his viotories thus far, if he had not been blessed with the most egregious and inordinate self-ooneeit. To gratify this the Kiama oonstituenoy have lent themselves, and at the same time have placed in a minority the man who was in every way qualified to represcBt them. Years aeo, while Mr. Paekes was still coquetting with the powers that seemed likely to oome u...
SUPREME COURT.-Tuesday. BANOO COURT. (Before their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice; Mr. Justice Cheeke, and Mr. Justice Faucett.)[?] BARLOW V. WOOL[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
SUPREME OOUST.— Tuesday. Baboo Ooum. (Baton their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice; Mr. Jastioe Ohoete, and Mr. Justice Fauoett.) Dbmububs. 8ASL0W T. WOOLOOrT. Mr. Darley, instructed by Mr. Dawson, for the plain tiff; and Mr, Salomons, instructed by Messrs, Levy and D« Lira, for the defendant The plaintiff sotd in trover and detenu* for the recovery of the certificates of certain bonded goods, The defenoe is that these documents are, by the onstom of merchants, negetiable instraments, passing like bank notes, by transfer, and carrying with them all rights of aotioH, &o,, to the sotnal holder. The de fendant had received the notes from one Bebinson, who had traufemd them to him a« security for advances to the extent of £576. The plaintiff averred that the certificates had been stolen by Bohineon. As against this it was asserted that the defendant had no know ledge that such waB the oase, if the assertion were true, bat had made the advanoes, which still remained unpai...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
THE NEW PABIIAMENT. 1 arnYpqap ELECTED. I Electorate*. ffame- of Membert, Newcastle ? *Q. A. Lloyd East Sydney ? H. Parkes ...: ? Sir James Martin ? S. Buchanan ? *G.K5ng Paddiagton ? ?HonTj? Sutherland Olarenoe ? «T. Bawden West Sydney ? J.Wearne ? ~ ? *Hon. J. Robertson ? W. 0, Windever ? W. Speer Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes Mummbidgee ? *W. Macleay Newtown ? ?8.0. Brown Glebe ? fG.W. Allen Argyle ? »E. Butler Goulburn ? *M Alexander The Nepean ? J T, Byan Kiama ? H. Ferkes Illawarra ? *J, O&bome WoUombi ? ?!. Eokford Caraden ? f A. Onslow ? *J. Morrioe Those marked with a star (*) are Ministerialists, t Neutral.
IMPROVEMENTS IN OUTER DOMAIN AND GARDENS. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
IMPBOVEMENTS IN OUrBB DOMAIN AND GARDENS. To the Xdilor of the Evening Niws. Sir,— Tha manifold improvemunU in the Outer Domain and Gardens, in laying out new walks and planting ehoios shade trefe, have greatly aided to the attractions of theee de ightf ul retreats from the duet, heat, and noise of the city. Bat to my mind the whole of tbeee expensive improvements are sadly marred by the pieces of wood that thioklj stud tha borders of tbe walks and project from an iooh to two inohes above the groona. I have bjen picturing to mjpelf what a horrible thing it would bs if any little ohild should get amongst these traps, as a fall amongst them might ruin the poor thing for life, and even grown persons might Ure badly if ther should happen to stumble amongst them. Now I think all this precaution to preserve the graes on the edge of the walks quite unnecessary, a gentle hint ia the shape ot a notioe, not to trample on the borders, would be ample, and the minds of hundreds of parentB, mysel...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
The Mdbbay Electorate.— Mr. B. A. Hunt has addressed the electors of the Murray. The Gwtdib Electorate, — A telegram from Narrabri in the Maitland Mercury of Tuesday, says Mr. Dtngar was nominated for the G-wydir, by Mr, Munro, Mayor of Singleton ; Mr. Sharp was nominated by Mr. J. Munro. The ehow of hands was for Mr. Danger. The Hubteb Nomination.— The nomination for the Hunter toak place en Monday at West Maitland. At its conclusion a show ©£ hands waa taken, whea there appeared (according to the Newcastle Chronicle) -150 for Mr. Dillon, 15 for Mr. Burns, and 10 for Mr. Boggie, A poll was demanded by Mr. Burnt-, whioh will take plaoe to-day, Thi Wixllams Electorate,— It is reported n tbe Newcastle Chronicle, tbat Mr. W. H. Mullens inunda tooonteetthe representation of this ebctorate with Mr. J, B. Nowlan. Mr. F. N. O'Brien, one of the defeated candidate for Northumberland, has also (tone up to test the feeling of the eleotors in his own favour. The Southebn GolD'Fields. — Mr. Bake...
THE FLYING SQUADRON, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
THE FLTma SQUADRON, A meeting was held yesterday afternoon, at the Maaonip Hall, Tork-atreet, to devise measures towards entertaining the officers of tbe Flying Squadron. The meeting was called by his Worship the Mayor, who oconpied tbe chair. There were present besides. Aldermen Oaraher, Steel, Oatley, Maoiatosh, Chapman, Day, Jiown, Andrews, .Dr. Urabam, Messrs, K, S. Hill, Lyons, Jonbert, Eraser, Stewart, J. Outhberfc Speer, H. Marab, Slattery, A. Long,. -5oold, Yard, Goggin, Bpenoe, Ltppman, 6oomibi8, Baphael, Oalveit, Gray, and several other gentlemen interested in the motement The MAToa said that he had already called a meet ing of the Municipal Council upon the matter. It was then thought that the best method would be to call a meeting of the citizens, whioh he had accordingly don*. It was merely a preliminary meeting, tt settle as to the best means of oarrying out the object. In answer to a question as te whether it was intended to defray the cost by subscription or from the...
Shipping. ARRIVAL.-December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
»$tpptng- I ABBIVAL.— December 15. Ocean, brig. 149 Urns, Lyons, from South Bsa Islands 80th ultimo. Passengers— Mm. Cohen, Cap tun Tula. M'Donald, Smith, and Co., agents. DEPAETUBE&— Deoember 14. City of Brisbane, steamer, for Brisbane. OLBABAKOSa-Decembu 14. Hero, steamer, 762 tons, Logan, for Melbourne, ria Newcastle. Bgcrsteis, brig, 307 tens, Means, for Adelaide. City of Brisbane, 501 tons, Knight, for Brisbane. Passengers— Mies Fiewin. Hiss Chapman, Mrs. Haly, Wit H&ly, Meeers. H. Wilson, Barff, Adams, K. Oore, and S in the steerage. IMPOSTS.— December 15. fc'es Witch, from Levuka : 40 bales cotton, 3 casks ooocanat eil, Order. Teial Tbit of the Exeameb City of New castle.— The H.B.N.S.N.Oompanj's steamship City of Newcastle, has just received the usual half-yearly rent of hull and machinery, and yesterday made her official trial trip with a Urge number of ladies and gentlemen on board. The Bteamer proceeded about ten miles to the northward, and on returning a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
at bteSbbb^ — At about Half the Bailway Bates. FfomEing^treet-7, 9, 11, 1, 3, 5. From Parramatta-6.50, 7.30, 9, 11, 1, 8, 5, ' Galling at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvile, Nee Point, Hyde, Hewington, Ermington, Subiaoo. - Children — Saloon return, 6d only. ?jTvjk TT R- k. e. n. oo. SEsssIiii SYDNEY TO THS HCKTBE. T0-M0RB0W. THURSDAY MOBMNG, at 7, the CITY OP NE ffOASl'LE. SIWGASTLX TO SYBKSX. The MOBPETH, TG-MOBROW, THURSDAY MOBNING, at 10. T. J, THOMAS, Kuibik, Offioes, feet ef , SSarketwtwet. ¥JSS§£i^;£ STEMS STAVKJATiaSJ 0OH ggggjj^ll^PAHY'B STEAMSEIPB— s TO HUNTER BTVSB. OOONANBABA, To-Night, Wednesday, at 11. TO MKLBOUENiS. CITY OF ADELAIDE, ThiB Afternoon, Wednesday, at 4 80. : Atm— Cabin, £3; return, .£5 10s;- Saloon, £S; retain, £10; Steerage £1 10e, TO AUOKL&ND. OITYOFMELBOUBNE, Friday, 21th inst , at 6 p.m Taking Paaewgaffi and Ougo for eii tfaa Porte in the Northern Idand. TO BBISBANE. FLORENCE IBV-NG, Saturday Afternoon, at 2 30. TO MABYBOROUGH. BLACK SWAN, This Afterno...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
BTJSTH8. On the 1st insUnt, »t Forest Lodge, Glebe, the wife of Mr. John Walker, of »«on. On the lit iimUat, at the Customs Station, Botany Beadi, Mrs. Frank Aldrich, of s son. On the 1st instant, at Pine Ridge, Denlaon Town, Mrs. Gerald Spring, of ft son. On the 7th instant, at Campeidown, Mrs. John Fimiater, of a son. On the 10th Inttant, at her residence, Bt John's Boad, Forest Lodge, Glebe, Mra. E. A. Boper, of a son. On the 11th instant, at Minor, Mrs. W. F. fiordon, of a son. On the 11th instant, at her nsidenoe, 110, William-street, the ivlfe of Mr. Thomas Butler, of a daughter. On the 12th Instant, at CUftonvule, Newcastle, Mrs. J. Ray den Bingle, of a son. December 1st, at her residence, Elgin-street, West Meitlaad, Mrs. ThomaB Dimmook, of a daughter. MaBKIAGEB. On Tuesday, Vth instant, by special licence, at St. Mary's Church, Balmain, near Sydney, by the incumbent the Bev. Canon Gtank,JosephBose-af Flmpuna, Queensland, son of the Eev. Christopher Grensids, Bootor of Great...
Commercial. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
[?] Wednesday, 4 p.m. Prices of flour and wheat are quite nominal, with very little doing. Fine Adelaide flour is quoted at £13 to £14 ; wheat, 5s to 5s 6d por bushel; maize is very firm at 3b Id to 3s 2d, with an upward tendency ; Cape barley, 2s to 2s 6d; ErgliBU ditto, 2s 6a to 3s; bran, lGd. Hay from the Hunter is in good supply. Lucerne, at 80s to 45s ; oaten, 40s to 50s ; straw, 30a to 40s ; onions remain at 6s to 12a per owt ; and potatoes plentiful at 4s to 5s. Farm produce is plentiful, FowIf, 2« to 2a 6d per pair; ducks, 2a 63 to 3s; geese, 5e to 63 : turkeys, Ga to 12s ; eggs, 8d per dczen, Messrs. Mort and Co. held their firat wool sale at their New Stores, Circular Quay, yesterdty. About 210 bales were catalogued. There was a good atUndar.ee, and many valuable lots were quitted. The following are particulars of sales :— 3. C. Lawson, 5 bales greasy wool, at Cfd; JA, 13 at 7d; F. and F. Biggee, 20 at 6|a; TJ, 12 fleece, at 12d: CL over B. 19 at 5id ; BIB, 8 at 4d; MOB ov...
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Xfie report or toe Unamber of (Jommerco on the new insolvency bill is dcoidedly condemnatory, and efforts are to be made to amend it in the Council. The weather very hot, the thermometer leaching 107- in the shade. There was great diEoneeion in the City Council on the Corporation overdraft, which is now equal to £16,000, Nothing doing in the corn market— Herald. Mr, Webb's mill, at Mount Gambier, was destroyed by fire iaet night.
An Impostor's Career.-Extraordinary Case. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
An Impostor's Career-— Extraordin- ary Case It appeaie by the Auckland papers that the Supreme Oonrtof that province has been ooeapied with the trial of an extraordinary impostor, The subjoined account is abridged from the Southern Cross. The pretender refernd to is evidently tke same who, about seven yeara ago, presented himself in Sydney as the son of the late Bev. Adolphe Monad, of Paris, and on the groand of his relation to that distinguished Protestant minister, and of his own assumed superlative piety, obtained a ocrdial welcome to the hospitality of ssveral families in thia city. Some doubt hiring been awakened by hie appearance and condoct here, infor mation was eought concerning him at Adelaide, from which he had come to Sydney, and inquiry was made t-t the Eev. Frederio Monod ogsoerning his late brother's family. The remit was an unhesitating con viction that the man was an impostor, and he speedily left this oolosy. Emilias Louie Monod was arraigned upon an in dictment ch...
MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 December 1869
MELBOUBNE. Tuesday. It is reported that Air. JUangton will be appointed Treasurer, vice Mr. Byrne. Theweathfr is very hot. The Prairie, brig, is ashore noar the jetty ac Queens cliff ?-. By the Bangitoto, news from Westport, Buller Biver, JNew Zealand states that a large fire occurred on the night ef the 4th December; the property destroyed being valued at £15,000, and nninsured. MosBre. Miohie and Holroyd, barristers, and Mr. Sumoer, merohant, have been appointed the Land Commission. Mr. Dowaman, the manager of the National Bank at Tarredale, has bees arrested for embezzlement. With reference to the ' pre-hietorio' hutcbet, it is Profeeser Jl'Coj's opinion that it is merely a natural concretion, Andrew fmith, late of Sydney, won the champion quoit match at Sandhurst yesterday. The Speech Day at the PreBbjterian College ex hibited great proficiency; there was a large attend* anoo. The Mobile's oargo of teas sold at a considerable decliae ; 150 tons of flour were sold by auction at £...