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THE NORTHERN ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

I THE NOBTHBBN ELECTIONS. \J The nomination' for the Gwjdir took place at Wee I [ Waa on the 10th instant. Tbe Beturning-offiosr was ] driven into town by A. Munro, Esq., Mayor of Single- j tan, closely followed by Mr. Danger, who was escorted into town by a considerable number of gentlemen from Narrabri, including Mr. Waddy, Dr. Segol, Meaere. Cousin'. Andell, J. Etzy, of Molly, Collins, Fmdlay, Carr, Thorley, &o, ; and as they dreve up to Mrs. M'Fatlane'e hotel were warmly welcomed by Mr. Sharp, end greeted with oheers. After a short rest and stretch of the legs, tbe company repaired to the Court house, which was used for the occasion. Between sixty and seventy persons were present, all of whom seemed to take great interest in the proceedings. Mr. E, Sharp and Mr. Dangar won nominated, and after they had addressed the electors a show of bands was called for, when one hand only was held up for Mr.' Sharp, The proceedings were concluded by Mr. Sharp demanding a poll ; and Mr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
iihA<?&uhOMft«af DimwnitiP-. The City Ckmtn^et^et^y afternoon held ip3$£«cat, •t the Kmit Jlptal, F*l»er-»treet B«lm»lo, ootooeniingi th« death of »T»y iuijnM'BoTwt.ThomM iMn«te,aged-6 yean. «m of Joiep^aiM Blii*b«3h ito»te. TJx> erj-i deaoe of daoeuecla ^fsuepU, risier, ud Dr. JDnes; •howed tb»t <m^Tue»d»y mf tereooo^eoe»»ed ynspityiag, vithpmfi Jiojv wlum his ulster told him r to go irame/i d naiaway ia tfi%t di»ction. i 8iv^^^«:.^'« h«t iu mod by the girl' flosgnj on^Ke top of tbe water ;ot« well Jn^iy«r<f or] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Insolvency Corrt — This Day. eUEBEKDEE CJane Wedderburn, of 237, Upp»r Forbes-street, Sidney, widow. Cause o£ insolvency: Prenure of creditors. Liabilities, £76 Os. 81 Assets, £5. Defi ciency, £71 Os, 8d. Official assignee, Mr. B, H. CsmpilL Moses Arnold, of Kinma, contractor. Causes of insolvency: Fresnnre of creditors. Liabilities, £55 17s. 2d. Assets, £3 10a. Defioifnoy, £52 7a. 3d. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Kumpbery. Edward 0. Laman, of Grafton, builder. Cause of insolvency: Losses on buildingcontraots entered into in 1866. Liabilities, £107 13s. 4d. Assets, £24 2s. Deficiency, £83 lls, 4d. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie. George Hyland, of Gro3e-street, GlebB, 'bus' driver. Causes of insolvency: Dnfortunate specula tion and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £76 19*. 4d. AsEtts, ±7. Defioienoy, £69 19a. 4d, Official assignee, Mr. E, H, Sempill.

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THE AUSTRALIAN MOKHANNA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

THE AUoTBALIAN MOKHANNA. ' Ye would be fools and TrfoUms, snd yon are.' Mooee's Veiled Feophet. Alas I for all tbe good aid gnat, The noble and high minded, If knaves e'er rule this glorious state, Upheld by bigots blinded. Who wonld be safe If lngu in power A monster eliould be seated? I see tile darkening shadows lover, The victims immolated, To sate the demon lost for role. Of him the vile arch-traitor. Who's worshipped now by many a fool, Bis future execrator I I Bee the good, the wise, the true, For freedom, law, and order, O'er-ruled by faction's ruthless crew In wild and fierce disoider. I see this rich and fertile land By despots torn aBunder. I see uprafced the ruffian hand To slay, and crush, and plnnder. I hear the wretched victim's yell, Over which tbe monster gloats 1 With sounds like freedem's funeral knell, From brutal slavish throats! I Bee Uie homes once bright and dear, Where love and friendship smiled, Made desolate— no voice to cheer, All dismal, dark, and wild I...

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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. J. Manning, Church, and Chapman.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

WATEB POUOE GOUKT. (Before Messrs. J. Manning, Church, and Chapman.) Tnree druoKaras were pununed. James Numbus, a seaman belonging to the chip Ziska, were brought up for being absent without leave, and discharged with a reprimand. Ah Hoy, Ah Hop, and Jamee Williams, were charged under the Police Ace with flying kites, and fined 5s., and 2s, 6d. costs each, much to their astonishment. John Farmer and Andrew Milieu were fined 10?. and 2s. 6d. costs, and Is. and 2e. 6d. oosls respectively, for not having their namts painted on their licensed drays. A'-ron Fluke was chsrgod with i-teiinpting the passage of an omnibus on the South Hesd Boad, It appeared that defendant, who is a driver of as omnibus, was in font of another, and by crossing and recrossing the to&amp;d, unnecessarily prevented the vehicle behind his from patting. The Bench fined him 4Qi. and2s. 6d. costs. Licenses — Hawker's licences were granted to George Schloadt, Fatriok Cooney, Jane Hill, Henry Bill, John Cowan, Ro...

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No title FVirtav. 1227 n.nL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day MUDGEE. Pridav. 1 cm. Mr. M. H. Stephen is 244 a-head, There is only one unimportant return net received, and therefore Mr. Stephes's election is certain.

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r> .The JJalmRin Jlegt.Ua. Committee mates good paogreu with the vnwyngenti rfor their AnanU B*-grtta to be hold fit the .entrance of the Panamatte Bluer on the 9 th November. ■Jfce magnificent *team-abipWhainpo^ Captain ^raet.ia. been ldnaiy.pl»oed «t the ditpotwl of the committee. At» meeting^ the Oaeg«tt» Committee, held at UieB*ool of Ait, Un evening, orer three hundred pound* n voted for priees te «>e varion. races, fte pripc for fli £}c5tV7 ?rpd V ^ ^ M'J C for flriWaM ■£}c5vtV7l? ?rpd V ^ ^ M'rtnJ. Commodore W. O. GJenr.'«t, and also the Mbj3,o Vi<E-OomBioiore Fairfax. «*eim.]dng prcp&ntinni f«r th»«>nte»t. For the Gardiner Tr.ipb; tiro pruei weze filed—let £40-2nd, £10. Fi.b&gytoat.^t prte, JM, &6% ts: Srd, £3; »ix to .tort. For the 2Maot d.«,-l8r£J5 2n«%£4;3rf. £2 Second clu. ,.ohU. £80. Four pair outrigger*, £15.. JWliog «Kff»-ut, H5} find, £5, j TELE&1 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

WEST M4JILAND. Thursday. The following is the official dccla-ation of the pall for the Hunts elrolion:— Dillon ? 819 Burns ... ... ... 286 Bogpi ? 40 Hi. Burns attributes Mb defeat to his numerous dupporhre not leaving their crops to vota fot him, believing aim te be elected. — Herald. EAST MAITLAND. Mr. Dodds has a present majority of 20 over Mr. Bcholey; but the returns are not all in. The numbsrs at present are— Dodds ? 215 Soholey ? 195 —Empire, SCONE, The poll for the Upper Hnnter Eleototato was taken today. The returns from Beltrees have not yet been reeved, but at preeent Mr, A. Bell is about 200 ahead of 1 i . Gordon, — Empire. TENTEEl'IELD. Ai the nomination today Mr. B. K. Abbott had the shew of bands over Oaptain Williamron, and Dr. Frazer,— Empire. MORPETH. At tha nomination to-day Mr. 0. E. Middleton pro» I )'cd, and Vr, C; E. Jaques (the Mayor) seconded, Mr. James Campbell. Mr. T, Drk, railway oon trr ttor, propoted, and Mr. J. M'Carroll seconded, Mr, J. Keating, The e...

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The escort leftto -day. The Bani of New South Wales forwarded 3194oz.; the Australian Joint Stock Bank, 1 l«8oz; and the Queensland Natien&l Bank,625oz. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

TEE- ELECTORATE ©fr PABBAKMTAz The nomination of members to represent tha above constituency in Parliament took place yesterday at Papamatta. ThereVera abont 300 electors present, The BETcraHiHc-OFHOEB. (Mr, G. B, Snttor) com menced the proceedings by reading the writ of election, and oalline unon the electors Dreseat to irive the candi date a fair and imparibl hearing, He then called upon the proposer of Mr. Hugh Taylor. Mr, Maobiox Betoolds carne lerward and nomi* nated Mr. Hugh Taylor. several measures which he (Mr. BeynoWe) had been instrrmental in obtaining for them, He was the tint who brought about the establishment of tho Mint in Sydney; also, the extension of the railways, (An elector wished the speaker to tell them something about Mr. Taylor, and not about himself.) He (Mr. Bey solde) was not going to be put down: he wae going te show them that hia recommendation was worth some thing by referring them to his pait conduct. (A voin: ' Are you propcing yourself ?') He had als...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Illness of the Water Pouoe Maoistpatb.— This gentleman still continues to be so indispottd ss to be unable to attend to his duties. Within the last few days he has been better, however; but tome time must elspte before he oan resume his duties. Those magis trates, therefore, whose names aro on the ro-ter, will be required to attend punctually. Cokcebt is St. Mast's 6ekinaby.— Agreeable to annosneement, an entertainment was given on Thurs day evening last in the above edifice. The Bev. 1. Garvey presided, and there were about 150 ladies and gentlemen present, exclusive of a large number cf school children. The programme— composed of songs, recitiuons, and dissolving views- was gone through in a very creditable and pleasing manner, especially the ecnpe entitled 'The hour is oome,' 'Christmas chimes,' 'Bright on the streamlet,' and 'Hail, Australia.' The recitation, 'Wanted a situation,' ly ilistere Dwver and Harpham, gave universal eatiefao tion. ss cid also the instructive and pleati...

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.(■», M - <Tmmt±e*ku:TirL fftwiM knr. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 17 December 1869

Police Proceedings — This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Mr. O. J. Caraher.) &amp;nbsp; Several drunkards were fined. Mary Fynes, charged with causing the death of her infant child, was committed for trial at the next Central Criminal Court. The evidence in this case has been previously published when the case was before the Coroner's Court. It will be remembered that the child was found dead in Hyde Park, where the mother was drunk, and had evidently overlaid it whilst in a state of intoxication. George Munro and Richard Carrell were brought before the Court, charged with committing an aggra- vated assault on one Joseph Iffland. Sergeant McKeogh deposed that about half-past 12 o'clock yes- terday, he arrested the prisoner Carroll in George- street, and about 3 o'clock he apprehended prisoner Munro in Kent-street. He brought them to the &amp;nbsp; station, and there charged them by virtue of a warrant with assaulting and beating one Joseph Ifflan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

SALES BY AUCTION. UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. LI S T E R and SON will sell by pablie auotion, ob MONDAY, JOth instant, at 11 o'clock, at their Booms, opposite the Tiotoria Theatre, The aredeemed pledges, pawned with Mr. Sly, Bridge-etreet, en the dates »peo:fied »e under : — 1868. November— 7th, gold lever watch 6617, gold albert. 1869. February — 2Snd, case of surgical instruments, Mflroh— 19th, case of instruments ; 30th, 7 dish covers. April— 13th, gold curb chain. May— 22nd, cue cf eje instruments ; S9t!i. portaian te»n, containing surgical irstinmcuts, drees, drtjaspSece, chemise, drawers and flannel, gold ring, dross, rest, turnover, silver geneva watch 5252, coat, vest, trousers ; Slst, dress, gold ring, pair trousers, flannel Jnse — let, pair bine blaskete, cost, veet, pair trousers, shirt, stiver lever watch 43173 ; 2ad, silver lever. Hitch 19*8, chain, coat, pair trouBers ; 3rd, Sdresse*, overcoat, gold watch 3577, albert, gold ring, dec. pair trousers, monkej jacket, pair trouser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

XTOMES FOR . TEE PEOPLE. , TBE SECOND IHDURTBIAL BENEFIT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. SECOND MEETING For the Payment of fcnbsoriptious, ON 6ATUBDAY, December 18th, 1869, from 6 p.m Tbubteeb: Jeha Macintosh, Esq., J.P. Walter O'Eeffly , Esq., M.D. James 'Henry, Eaq. 1 BHABES, £50 each. HALF SHABES, £25. FortBightly Payments: Before advance,' £s 6d per ?bare. After advance, 6s per share. No entranoe fees. No Board fees. Sines optional This Sooiety will be conducted opon the name liberal principles as the First IadaatrUl Benefit Building Sooiety, which baa already advarccei to its members nearly £10,000, and has QteUted its members to bnild or purchase more than seventy-five boaeei. Prospectus sad Bales may be obtained at the Society's Offices, 699, George street, r.M»r Goalburn street.' WILLIAM JARBETT. Secretory. 'OEEE OHUfiCH OF ENGLAND, JC - Temperance Hell, PitU*treet,8tJND ATS, atdl and 7. ' Marriage*, &amp;a, without oompnliory fees— voluntary offerings only. Bighfe Bev....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

BuaxrA«T.— ErFS' Cscol— Gxitipbl ud CoHFOBnaa —The very agreeable ehafiotsr of this preparation his rendered il s general favourite. The Olvll Bervlae Queue ressarki :-' Toe singular soceiu whloh Mr. Eppe attained by hit homceopalhie preparation of oone* has never been sur pasted by any experimentalist. By s thorough knowledge of the natural taws whioa.goverste.e operations or digestion ?ad nutrition, ud by ? careful ipplio«Uon of the 3ne prapertiM of well-selestad eoooa, atr. Eppe bis provided our breakfast ublea with e. dalleaUrt flavoured enerage whieu nay am umuy heavj dietora' Mli».' JUds sbaply wttn belllBg watM or ?lit Bolt by the trass orlv r. H».. ,?* sadl-ib. tin lined pukiu, laUUeC-Jtins Eir* mi Co HeDsssopsUth Cam tin. L»a*«a.-«utT.

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BUCHANAN ON WILSON. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

BUCHANAN ON W1L80N. ID the Editor of Die Evening Stta. Bir,— The following flattering oharaoter of Mr. John Bowie Wilson, as given by his peraeaal friend, Mr. David Buchanan, in his pamphlet entitled, 'Political Portraits,' may possibly be reai with some interest by the electors of Patrick'* Plains, at the present time. The one political renegade cays of the ' His political knowledge is very mngre ; I do not believe he ever thought o( the subject, till some one put it into his head to go into Parliament ; he has net read much on any subject; his faoe is net indicative of much ability, and is rather ooarse and common plaoe. His mind is a soil upon whioh every delusion will fruotify ; every wild chimera eo characteristic of the present age is accepted by Wilson all ths more readily, in proportion to its monstrosity. His ideas about cold water (hydropathy) which he practises as a doctor, aro prepestexous in the highest degree. This tendency to delusion ii finely illustrated in some of ...

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Attempted Murder in Victoria. ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF THE ASSAILANT, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

Attempted Murder in Victoria. ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF THE ASSAILANT, Dr. Maokay. tbe district coroner, held an inquest at Preston Vale en the 11th instant, on the body of a man, name unknown, whs met his death nnder some* what singular circumstances. The following evidence, published in the Mount Alexander Mail was _3J ? J . UUUUUBUi — Matilda K«ttle deposed: The deceased man who ie the subject of this inquiry came to my house on Tues day last, at about 10 or 11 p.m , alone. He asked for a glees of beer, whiob ho got He then asked if I had any epgs or fowls to sell, as be waa a hawker. Told him I had need to purchase enoh, He said he oonld supply me, as he had a dray with euch things about two miles away in the bush, He then made partiouisr inquiry how much money I could expend in pur. chasing. I told him I did not require very much, He then asked me how many boarders I had. I told him I had none at present. I then asked him ts drink his beer and be off, as I wanted to shut up. He said ...

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Sydney Swindlers in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

Sydney Swindlers in Helbonrae. Biohard Clarke, George Bmson, and Ma'iiae Nilsen were charged at the Oity Court, Melbourne, with being rogues and rapabonds, they having attempted to defraud a greenhorn of a sum of money by means of the dog-collar trick. Frederick Jbyniz, a miner, stopping at the Temperance Hotel, King-street, eaid oe came ooTm rrom we serun ruga on xnui;aay evening. On Saturday afternoon he met Nilsen. who asked him to have a drink. They went into. the Boss, Thistle, and Shemrook Hotel, where they were soon afterwards joined by the other two prisoners. When Clarke came into the room, he said,.' Bave you seen a dwag?' Witness replied that no dog had been there. He next eaid, 'Everything I have given me is sure to be lost. I bought a collar for it, for which I paid £1. and 1 also gave 23a. for a patent lock for it, which very few can open.' Some conversation ensued abeut the loek, the man Clark offering to bet £60 that no one could open tho lock but himself and the mak...

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DIARY.-DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

DIABY.— Dechhbbb 18. Bulsn.! Koom Moon Hi«h W-t'' H-|8.U.| Bin*, Sato. MoTn, [ Bw, h,m. I h.m, I k.m. j ^n% j h.m i h.m 4A5 I 7.7 I 6,34p.m. 1 S.SSa m I 7.86 I 7 58 Dec —Fall Moon -19'.h 9k. 61,8mi a.m. CJe €\jemng Jtetog* 8ATUBDAT, DECEMBER 18, 1869.

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THE ELECTIONS. HUNTER ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

TEE ELECTIONS. fpEOH OUB O0BKB6P0KDENTB.] HTJNTBB ELECrOBATE The official deolaratloo of the poll lot ths Hnnter constl tawnoy was made this morning. Thnriday. 16ih December, at 12 o'clock. Mr. LindBty, ihe Returning Officer, then pro oeeded to announce the number of votes recorded (or each eindldate.ln the order in whloh they «tood npon ihe paper. Majority for Mr. Dillon, 33. He therefore declared Mr. J. Dillon to be doly elected to serve the constituency of the Innter in the emnine Parliament. ( Oheers.) .... Mr. Dillon then o«me forward, and was reoeivea wild cheers Be deB'red to return to them, the cleotor;, his nrrmest thanks for tne proad and honourable position they tad slaoed him in He woald strive to represent all classes, ir espective ef their creeds. The resnliof this election was the achievement of one more victory for the Bobertson Gove-nment. (Great cheering.) Tbe eleodon throughout had been orderly, and he had nol during the oontest said one onklnd word against Ihe ca...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

The representation of her Majesty's navy that now lies in this port is attracting so much attention that a few words on the present state of ' our gallant British fleet' may not be unaooeptable. Quietly as Eng land has been reposing upon her laurels, or endeavouring to do so, for some years past, she could easily bring into commission, if need were, some five or six hundred vessels of the elass represented by the Flying Squadron, besides a most formidable iron-olad fleet, capable of dealing with the leviathans of modern naval warfare. We have heard many remarks upon the quiet and orderly demeanour of the seamen of Admiral Hobnbt's fleet, as contrasted, probably, with what had been known or read of the freaks of 'Jaok ashore' at Portsmouth or Plymouth, in the days of our fathers. There i» no doubt whatever that in this and similar respeots the faoe of the navy htis undergone a great change. In the days of Emollitt, for instance, the character of Commodore Tbtjnhion was probably no gr...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

THE HEW PA-RT.TATWT.WT. MEMBERS ELECTED. Mtctortnei. JXamee of Members Newcastle ? f&amp;.&amp;. Lloyd East Sydney ? H. Parkes ? Sir JameB Mtfrtin ? D Buchanan . ? t&amp;: Eng Paddiogton ? »Hon. J. Sutherland Clarence ? *I Bawden West Sydney ? J. Wearne ? »Hon. J, Bobertson ? W. 0. Windejer ? tW. Bpee* Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes Mnrrumbidgee ? *W. Macleay Newtown ? *3. C. Brown Glebe ? fG.W. Allen Argyle ? *E. Batter Goulburn ? *M, Alexander The Nepean ? J T. Byan lama ? a. rases IUawarra ? *J. Otborne Wollombi ? *J. Eokford Camden ? fA. Onslow ? *J, Morriee Shoa'haven ? *l.Garrett Eden ? '. ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? «M. W. Kelly Orange ? *Hon, 8. Samuel Balranald ? »J. J. Phelpe The Hunter ? *J. Dillon West Macquarie ? E. Webb Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold East Maitland ? »AUx.Dodde The Upper Hunter ? *A. Bell Mudgee ? *M. H, Stephen Pamunatta ? JameB Byrn?B (1 ? J. B. Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbell Narellan ? ?Joseph Leary Lower Hunter ? '. B. Wisdom Oarooar ? *B. Drive...

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Telegraphic intelligence, This Day. MUSWELLBROOK. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869

Telegraphic Intelligence. This Day t ? MU3WELLBBO0K. Saturday. , Official declaration of the poll Upper Hunter Else (torate:— Bell ? ... 518 Gordon ? 800

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