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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
ADDKJiSS sna TESTIMONIAL TO BIOHAED O'SULLIVAIC, EEQ., LATE EDITOR OF FBEEMAN'S JOUBNAL. Tbe friends and admirers of the above-named gentle man ere hereby informed that, in accordance with a resolution adopted at a preliminary meeting, a Meeting will be held at Messrs. Feparty and Carroll's, oorner of Market and York street*, THIS THTJBBD AY SIGHT tbe 16th instant, at half-past 7 o'clock, to take into consideration the beet means of testifying their appreciation of that gentleman's tervicca in tbe oause of IglSH NATION A 1 ITY, as evidenced in his Editor ship of tbe Fbeeuan'b Jocenaj, during bis connection with tbat paper, and more particularly in bis oopacity of boD. secretary to tbe late fund for the relief of the IRISH STATfc PBISONERS. It is repectfully notified to all interested tbat Mr. O'&ulliran sails for San Francisco, on the 24th instant consequently all disposed to aid the movement must do co at once. Contributions will be received by tbe honorary trea surer, at t...
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
THUHSDAY, DEOEMBBK 16, 1869. The now well known design of the Fabkeb and Buchanan party, if by chance they should have the power, to introduce a new land law, the intended oharaoter of whioh is no seoret, gives additional interest to the late English news respecting tne tenure of pnblio lands in that country. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Robert Lowe, has pro mulgated ths startling assertion that there are no publio or Grown forests in England. The inquiry, to whioh this assertion of opinion is given as a reply, originated in the faot that oertain large landed proprietors, or lords of the manor, had for some time past carried on a systematic appro priation of adjoining lands, whioh. had for oenturies boen supposed to be vested in the Crown, on behalf of the publio. In this way a large part of Kennington Common was taken up and built upon a few years ago, in assertion of manorial rights, and now we learn that a considerable area of Epping Forest has been enclosed, and the timb...
THE HAWKESBURY ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
TEE EAWKESBVBT ELEG10BATE.B Yesterday the nomination of members to serve in tbe ensuing Parliament for the electorate of the Hawkesbury took place at the Courthouse, Windsor. Tbere was a large attendance of eleotore. The Beturning Officer, Mr. W. B. Johhbton, com menced the proceedings by reading the writ of election. He then aBked the e ectors present to give a fair hear ing to all the gentlemen who were about to address them. He then called upon Mr. William Bowman, of Windsor, who nominated Mr. W. E. Piddingten as a fit and proper person to represent the electors of the Hawkesbury in Parlia ment Mr. Tcckeemak seconded the nomination of tit. Piddington Mr, W. P. Wileeibe nominated bimeelf. Mr. M. Etjbdeein proposed Mr. Cunneen, Mr. Nkwcomek seconded tbe nomination of Mr. Cunneen. Mr. Chaeles Gow nominated Mr, Henry Moees, Mr, Thomas Wall seconded. Mr. Thomas Chabelikg nominated Mr. J. Ae cough. Mr. John Tows, junior, seconded. There being no otner candidates nominated, Tbe Beturnug...
Election of City Auditors. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
Election of City Auditors The following u the result of the poll for the election, of. City Auditors, whioh took plate yes terday:— T. K. Blattery ? 667 W.O. Hayes ? 609 Q, S. Cuter ? 542 ' ?.B.Magney ? 460 CM. Deane ? 437 Joseph Carroll ? 384 G. F. Baker ... ... ... 289 Alex. Sim ... ... ... 268 M.O. Hayes ? 86 G. J. Carter ? 18 W. Carter ? 15 W. Hayes ? 18 aOurtei ? 11 0. Hayes ? 5 Messrs. T. M. Slattery and W. 0. Hayes are there fore eleoted.
ELECTORATE OF ST. LEONARD'S. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
ELECTORATE OF ST. LEONARD'S. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. The nomination of candidates for tbe representation in Parliament of the electorate of St. Leonards, took plate yesterday. There was not a large attendanoe of ?baton. At 12 o'clock the BetnrBing-officer (Mr. Taoker) addressed those present, stating the object of the meetinr. Mr. E, M. Satbbs then cane forward and caid that he had been requested to nominate Hi. Tonka, and he had great pleasure in proposing tiet gentle man as a fit end proper person to represent them. Mr. M'Ewan seconded. Mr. Bboasfooi had much pleasure in propos ing Mb Forster as a fit and proper person to represent the electorate in the ensuing Parliament Mr, John Caee seconded the nomination. Mr. Trass, who was reoeived with eheera, said jnat ne was oDiigea tor tne reception ne naa receives, -Oriss, of ?' You're the man.') The gentleman who opposed him had served in Parliament for a long time, and sad reoeived a large sum of publio money. (' He bad done his dut...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
Cooma,— A correspondent at Cooma affords, in a private letter, another exemplification of the opinion of the country in regard to a recent event in the eastern division of this oity. 'Ever since Mr. Oowper fcu been reieoted in Sydney,' he writes, under date the 11th lastant, ' there has been a strong feeling in his faTonr in this quarter, eo muoh so, that there is a meeting oalled through the Hanaro Meroury on Monday next to get a requisition signed to ask him to Btand for this eleotorato. . . He will be elected with flying colours.' ' There is aleo a meeting to be held at NimitybeUe in favour of Mr. Oewper.' The writer does not give a very flattering estimate sf the late member. He says the people ate so disgusted with him that, if the ' local blacksmith was to put up in opposition to him, he would gain the day.' Boyai. Adkiphi Theatbb, — This very compact little theatre appeari to be increasing in popularity nightly. Lasl evening the drees oirole, bb well as other parts of the hou...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Hunt, Raphael, and M'Farlane.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
WATEB POLICE COUET. (Before Messrs, Hunt, Baphael, and M'Farlaiti) Two drunkards were punished. Margaret Herbert, an old vagrant, was sent to the Benevolent Aeylum. Henry A. Kobe, a labeuring man, was charged with having made nee' of obseene lacgusge in the Sooth TTaari R/i«rl viwrerfinir fiframnnn «nA v-a flnul Ifl* . in default of payment to go to saol for three daya. Ann Farkes, convicted of haying stolen a work* - bos, valued atle., the property of Annie Clarke, wai esnt to gaol for one monfc.
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Levey and Thompson.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
Police ProceedingB-This Day. OEMTBAL POLICE OOUET. (Btfore the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Levey and Thompson.) Catherine Palmer, an Hie end disorderly oharaoter, was sent to gaol for one month. Mary Brown, for stealing a pair of boots, value On 6a., the property of Alioa Ed wards, was fined 5i,; in default three davs saoL Thomas Kelly was charged with smutting Isabella Twight The husband of oompUinaut beeps the Welcome Inn, Pairamatta-street. On the day of the election for Went Sydney a number of young men tore Hnvrn eeme flags which were displayed from the hotel. Tbe complainant endeavoured to save thete flags, when, a; ehe stated, she was thrust out of ths house and defendant assaulted her. Hi. Eoberts appeared to proaeoute; Mr. Bilinfanta in defence. The Bench ordered defondant to pay 40s. and oust;. (Before Messrs. Smitbers and Spenoe.) Mary Hunter, charged with having assaulted Mary Butler, was fined 10a ; in default one month'* impri sonment.
Shipping. ARRIVALS.-December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
&$tppittS* ABETVALS.— Deoamber 15. Baldutha, steamer, 500 tons, Hill, from Kockfiamp. ton Deotmber 11. PaEsengere— lira. M. 0. Stewart, Hies Carter. Mrs, Gardiner, Messrs, M. 3. Wilshire, B. Govett, T. Newell, and SO in the steerage. A.6.N. Co., agents. Bailing, steamer, 200 tone, Maidee, from Maoleay Biver. Passengers -Mm Hewitt, Mmb ?Walsh, Messrs. Hewitt, Wash, Weekham, Coote, Pnlliog, Captain Bice, and 13 ia the steerage. From Port Macqusrie— Mies Yeok, Mies Engefoid, Master Kingeferd, Meserp. Bose, Treanen, Lennon, Collie, and 9 in the steerage, 0, and E.B.S.N, Co., agenh?. Graft™, steamer, 200 tonB, Mann, from Clarence Biver, PasBengeri— Meesrs. Jeannerett, Blew, Lynne, and 7 ia the steerage. 0. end B.B S.N. Co., agents. buEsnnan uutnoert, steamer, zuutous, r.aay,iroui Clarence Bivcr 7th instant. Passenger— 1 in the steerage. A.P.N. Co., agents, December 16. Alice Cameron, barque, 311 tone, Carter, from Auckland 2nd instant. Laidley, Ireland, and Co., agents. Helen Mac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
PABEAMTTA AND BJVE BTEAMEBS, V \ At aboat Half the Sailway Bates. \ From Eng-Btwet-7, 8, 11, 1, 8, 5. From Pammatta-6.60, 7.80, 9, U, 1, 3, 5. Calling at Hunter's HOI, Gladesvile, Nee Foin Byde, Newington, Ermington.Subiaoo. Ohildrea— Saloon return, 6d only. ^H^L XT K. N. 8. W. 0 0 Bi» SYDNEY TO THS EtTHTEE, TO-MOBBOW, FBIDAY SIGHT, at 11, tt MOEPETH. NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. . 33» CITY OP NEWCASTLE, TO-MOBBOYi FBIDAY MOENING, at 6. F. 3. THOMAS, Matsgu, Offioefi, tost effMerkst-ffwrt. q.^JUL rV\E® AlJSICiiAiiAfalAJS Jg^lRl^s, JL STEAM NAVIGATION OOM *M§|||g§ls«PANY'e SXBAMSHIPS— TO HUNTER BIV.BB. OOLLABOY, TcNight, Thuwday, at 11. TO KBLBOOENE. WONGA WONGA. Tuesday Afternoon, at 4,80. Fane— Oabin, £8; return, £5 10s ; B&loon, £3; rohuc, £10; Stswsge £1 lOe, TO AUOKL&NB. OITYOFMELBOUBNK, Friday, 24th inat , at 5 p,n Taking Passengers and Cargo for all the Portt in th» Northers Island. TO BBISBANE. FIOBENCE IBViNG, Saturday Afternoon, at 2.80, TO MASYBOBOUGH. BLACK SWAN, ...
Commercial, Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
Commercial, ... _ Thursday, 4 p.m. Tne market in flour and wheat ooitiaues dull, and quotations are unchanged. Flour, best South Austra lian, at £13 to £14 per ton, and wheat at 6s to 5s 8d per bushel. Some email lines of Oalifornian are reported to have been sold privately at £12 per ton: Borne country flour at £11, Maize continues pretty firm at 3a to 3s 84. All other articles of colonial and farm produce aa given in oar yesterday's issue. Messrs. Stnbbs and Co., at the Oity Mart, this xnorninf, sold some valuable lines of Christmas goods. Blown sugars fetohed £34 to £34 10s per ton ; Port Cooper ohsese, 9d per 1b; currants, 4Jd per lb ; randied peel, 18§d; pimento, 4Jd, cream of tartar. 15id; tar tario add, Is 8d; soft ehell almonds, 8|d; fcleme raisina, 5d; colonial bacon atd hams 8d; blues tone 4tf;carrawByt,6d. In the live itook market there is considerable activity. Goldibrouph. Burt, aid Co. sold 148 imd, »t an avenge of £4 8s. 9d. fach— bullocbe fetoblftr SA 2s. to £5 13b; ...
Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDER [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
Insolvency Court— This Day. BURBXHDEB Bimon morflD, or jnoreu-strefir, woilabra, stone mason. Causa of ins»lveney: Pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £825 14». 4J4. of whioh £227 4i 31 are secured. Assets, £622 12s. 6d. Surplus, £196 18«. lid. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Haokeniie. . Provisional tequeitration of the Uumwang Oopper Dining Company, limited, upon the petititu ot Eynon Seer and Alfred Stevens, of Guyong. formerly of Our rawing, near Goulburn. capper smelters. Day to show cause, Thursday, the 30;h December, Official assignee, Mr. F. T, Humpbery.
ELECTORATE OF ST. LEONARDS. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
KLIC1OEATE OF ST. LEONARDS. To the Editor of the Evening tfewi. \ Sir.— Will you kindly allow me the space necessary ' to conttadiot the assertion or inuendo conveyed inlCr; Tunks'e epeeoh of yesterday — which Is in euhsianae, that my support of Mr. Forstar is governed by the expectation of obtaining favours or places for mem bers of my family. I wish it to be distinctly understood that I have never ' solicited from any Government the smallest favour for any relative. I have submitted with a patience truly amiable to slander and insults from Mr. Tucks, hoping he would learn better manners. In this I have been disappointed, and I fear he is really incorrigible. As two or three of Mi. Tnnks'e sons are iu Craven' ment employ, and receive pnblio money, it may fairly be asked whether they were appointed without the solicitation of parent, er others, or were they purely selected by the Government of the day on aooount of i heir superior fitness fer the offices ? FRANCIS LORD.
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [PBOM CUB O0EEE6P0KDESTS.] KIAMA. Wednesday, 161b. December, 1669.— The polling took place yesterday, between tho home of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. A large number of persona ware oongragated at each of the soiling place;, and considerable excitement prevailed. Kotwitb eiandine thia. the uroceediuga were Ten orderly, with the exception of one or two ' rowe,' which, however, were epeedily elluyed by tbe police. Each party were sanguine of auooeep, end when the poll was declared, considerable surprise waa felt at the remit About 7 o'clock, the whole of the returns from the various placea having been readied, the Betnrning-orficer deolared the etate of the poll as follows :— Henry Farkea ... ... ... S81 S. W. Oray ... ... ... 482 Mcjority for Ur. Farlces ... 149 Immediately after, Mr. Ptrkts oame forward ami* cheen, hiisee, and groans, and briefly explained hla vlowa and i intentions, and alia relumed thanks. Mr. Obit briefly returned thanki to tboae wbo had Toted for h...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. Muetoraus. jxamu oj juemoen, Newcastl ? f&. A. Lloyd East Sydney ? H. Burkes ? Sir James Martin ? j) Bnohauan ? tG.Eing Faddington ? ?Hon. J. Sutherland Clarence ? *T. Bawden Weet Sydney ? J. Wearne ? 'Hon. J. Bobertson ? W. C, Windeyer ? ? -W. Speer Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes Moxrumbidgee ? *W. Maoleay Newtown ? '8.0. Brown Glebe ? fG. W.Allen Argyle ? *E. Batler Goulburn ? *M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T. Byan Kiama ? H, Parkes lUawarra ? *J. Osborne Wollombi ? *J. Eotford Oamden ? +A. Onslow ? M. Morrioe ? : Shealhaven ? ?l.Garrett Eden ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? »;. *M. W.Kelly Orange ? ..,- ?Hon. S. Samuel Balranald.... ? *J. J. Phelps - , The Hunter ? *J. Dillon West Macqnarie ? E. Webb ? Those marked with a star (*) ate Ministerialists, t Neutral. '
THE FLYING SQUADRON. To the Editor of the Evening Hews. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
TBE PLYING SQUADBON. To the Editor of the Evening News. Sir, — I desire to avail myself of your uenal courtesy to bring under the notice of the Government the faot that during the stay of ths squadron at Melbourne, the officers and men of all the ships had a free pail ahng the several lines of railway; and I would respectfully ask whether the oame eonrtcsy might not be extended to them during their contemplated ehort etay here. LANDSMAN. Sjdney, 16th December.
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
8H0ALHAVEK. Mr. Oarrett hai gained a great violory, considering the great influence brought to bear againtt him— tbe inftaanoe Df all the Isrga laudlordgof tbe district, and tbe strong in fluence of a dUgrecstnl sectarian cry ; in fact all the clergy men were against him ; if they were not publioly canvassing they were secretly at work poisoning the mlndi of all against him. This ia a great triumph, when all these things are oon* Eidered. Goold. Garrett. Terrara ? .. 88 _. 68 Bomederry ? 47 ... 97 Novta - ? 28 ... SB Numba (Berry's Estate) _. 100 ._ 69 Broughton tirsek ... 92 ._ 118 Tomeroog ... _ 21 ... 69 Burria ? „. 22 ... Si Kangaroo Valley _ ._ 3 ... 19 faasafras _. ... 1 ... 6 Milton ? 101 ... 118 Boat Harbour ... .. 26 ... 6 5.0 ... e»3 Majority for Garrett, 1CS.
HARTLEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
HABTLEY. Wednesday. Mr. Brown met the eleotors of Hartley at Shaw s Hotel, Morangaroo, last evening. There was a crowded meeting. After the termination of his address a motion of oonfidenoe wee carried by a large majority, lie return is considered certain. — Herald. NABELLAN. Campbelltowni, Wednesday Evening. Hurley and Leary were nominated to-day. The shew of hands was in favour of Hurley.— Empire, BBAIDWOOD. At the conclusion of the poll, it was foimd that Kelly was returned by a majority of 163 over Gre ville.— Empire.
ABMIDALE. Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 16 December 1869
ABMIDALE. ThuridaTMotauiK.. ? The nomination of candidates for the*elaoiQrftt6 of New England took place yesterday. Mr. C. T. Weaver was proposed by Mr. H. A. Thomas, and seconded by Mr, Jebn Moore. Mr. Alexander Black was proposed and seconded by Mr. James Stan, Mr. AODerx rorstei was proposes Dy mr. dames m-xiean, and seconded by Mr. J. Trim. When the show of hands was called fer, 39 hands were held up for Mr. Weaver, 1 for Mr. Black, and 93 for Mr. Forster. A poll was demanded, and will take place on the 23rd inBtant