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Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
Insolvency Court —This Day. BUBEBKDEBS* Michael Wyohaily, of 6t Peter's, Oook'a Biver-road, late of Bilmain, master mariner. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of creditors. Liabilition, £9S 9i 7d, Assets, Cia Deficiency, £75 9& 7d, Offioial assignee, Mr. P, T. Humphtrj. Frauds xthej, of Eng-Btwet, BjdnBy, lately carry ing on business as Frsneis Fahey and Oo., drapers. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of oreditors. Liabilities, £8182 10s. Si. Asset), £1391 2j. 5d. D.-fidenof, £1791 8s. Official assignee, Mr. J. t. Maokeniie, Alexander Qilohriat. of Armidala, farmer. Cause ?f insolvency: Pressure of a creditor- Liabilities, £281. Amis, £156. 10s Deficiency, £124 10i. Offioial aesigaee, Mr. B. H. SempilL
PARRAMATTA. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
PABBAMATTA. Friday Evening. At the declaration of the pull, Messrs. Byrnes and Farnell were aanonnoed to be eleoted by a large majority. The following are the numbers :— Polling Plaoe, Polling Place, No.l. No. 2. Total. Byrnes ... 271 ... 197 ... 468 Faraell ... 257 ... 108 ... 455 Taylor ... 165 ... 109 .. 274 Oakss ... 162 ... 108 ... 270 —Empire. | OAMPBELLTOWH. Tbe poll for the electorate of NareUan took plane this day. Mr. Joseph Leary is eleoted by a majority of fifteen, air. i-eary was anesa at an tne pouisg piaoei except Oampbelltown.— Empire. OABOOAB. At the nomination to-day, Mr. B, Driver was tbe ?nly candidate proposed, and was of course declared to be duly elected.— Empire. MUDGrEB. At the official declaration of the poll to-lay , the numbers were given as follows: — Stephen ? 760 Terry ? 629 Majerity ? ~ 231 Neither of the candidates was present, and only nine electors. Great excitement existed yesterday, but tverything passed off quietly.— Empire. Important news has b...
WEST MAITLAND ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
WEST MAJTLAND ELfcCrOR&TE. The contest for Welt Ualtland threatens to be sharply oontested. The friends of both of the candidates are san guine. Pnblio opinion ia in favour of Dr. Ltddetl, no doubt owing to the remarks made by the brother of the other oandldate, at the meeting held on Tuesday last, at the Sohool of Arts. We are informed that Mr. Creer is to be nominates , which will afford h-B as opportunity to rebut the statements made against him at Ibat meeting, which was the largest held In Maitland during the present election. Ds. Lddill's Mejtiho.— On Thursday evening, Decem ber 16, Dr. Liddle, as » oandidate far the representation of West Maitland, addressed the electors at the Currency Lass Hotel, High-street Iher» were about 4-M perions present The chair was occupied by Mr Cnrran, Dr. Llddle.an being Introduced, was reoeived with cheert. He appeared before them as a candidate. In the Parliament lhat had just expired, many important things were dons by men equal to t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
Albeit Spobts oh Boxnra DAT.— We must remind competitors, that tht entries will close on Monday next, at 9 p,m., and we hops they will be satisfactory to the committee who have liberally offnei £120 in Diins. ErsauLis Aooideki At GoULBURH.— On Thursday [the Qoulbura Herald informs ua) during a most vio lent gale that was blowing in the after soon, a German labourer named John Hahn, in the employ o( the Bishop of Goutburn, was blown from the top ef a ?task of hay at which he was at work, a quantity of slabs and bark coming with bun and burying him under them. It wm at first feared that he had his arm broken, bttt on the arrival of Dr. Hayley he found that he had tapaped this injury but was very severely braised and had his now slit open. He was properly attendee to, and is now doing well. SuTiMAiiancHT nr tbk Tbkmeakob Hall— An eatertaiament, in connection with the Band of Hope, was given last evening by the Mr. P, D. Micarmaok's Juvenile Choir, assisted by lady and gentlemen amateur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
?pEINOE OF WALES OPERA HOU8E. GBEAT ATTBAOTION FOB THI3 NIGHT ONLY JAMEB BEERY and BOBEBT BEADY, the Champion Clog Danoars of H.U.S, Endymion, wilt appear by permiauon, and dance the celebrate! LANCASHIRE CLOG DANCE. THIS EVENING, Saturday, Will be prefaced a Drama of intesse power and interest, called THE MAN WITH THE IBON MASK. To be followed by CHAMPION DAHOING ! by JAMES BERHY and BOBEBT BEADY, A.B.B. of H.M.8. Endymion, for this night only. To oonolade with the Musical Drama, entitled, THE BUaTIO PBIMA DONNA. 'pHINOE OF WALKS OPEBA HOUSE. The CHAMPION DANCERS, JAMES BEBBy and BOBEBT BEADY, A.B'S, From H.M.6. Eodymion, FOB THIS SIGHT ONLY. The Lancashire Olog- Danoe to-night, by two Seamen of H.M.B. Eadymion. GBAND GALA NIGHT. The Management feas the honour to annonnoe the I performances oh I MONDAY EVENING, tbe SOtb instant, I WILL BE TTNDKB THE DISTINGUISHED I PATRONAGE OF I EEtE ADMIRAL HORNBF I and the I OPFICER3 OF THE PLYING SQUADRON, I Who hove signified their intention o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
PABBAMATTA AND EIVE] ?? BTS&HBBS. , at about Halfthe EiSlwaj Bates. On SUN HAT: from Sydney— 9.15, S.15, 6.15. Prom Parrsmatta— 7, 12,4,80. Calling at Boater'* Hill, Five Bock, Gladesvill- Byde, NewiHgtoa, Ermington, Soblaco. Children— Saloon, return, 6d. only, jgH^ TTT B, Ef, 8, N, 0 O ^KhBoSbi BXJUBTEY 30 THB Htiw'|l!t^i ?On MONDAY MORNING, at 7, the CITY $] NBWOASTiVB. NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. On MONDAY MORNING, at 10, the MOBPEIE t,J. THOMAS, Manager, ,Offioa»,-^tetia!»tkit-rtratt. bHjjl npHji jiuai^A-ijAsiAJs f^^^,. J.,: STEAM HAVIGA.TION.0O1I SHSigHJg-PANY'S STEAMSHIPS— * TO HONTBB RIYSB, OOONANBABA, To.Might, Saturday, at 11. ... : TO leMiBOOBHj*. ''i WOHGA-WONGA, TneBiay Afternoon, at 4.30. Pmm— Cabin, £S; Mtnm,'£6 10b; Saloon, X6; »tirn, £10;_8t»eiftge iei lOi. TO &TJ0KLAND. CITY OF MELBOURNE, Friday, 24th in«t , at 6 pi Taking PaswBgars and Oaigo f or all th« Fort in to* Northern bland, TO BBISBANE. FLOBEN0E IRVING, Monday Afternoon, at 6. TO MA3YB0R0UGH. BLAOK...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
BIBTHS. On tie 1st instant at her residence, 109, Elizabeth-street, tho ?wife of Ur. Paul Booker, of a eon. On the 12th inBtant, a', her residence, 28, Turong-street, the wife of Captiln Jsmieson, of a son. On the 13th instant, at her residence, Barry Bills, lire. John HoldFwortli, of a daughter. On the 13th inBtant, at ber residence, Box Bosh Cottage, Piper-street, Woollnhra, the wife of Thomas Bajot, jun., of a ?on. On the 15th instant, at Craigend House, Upper- William-street, Mrs. C. W. Maoleod, of a daughter. Ontheirth instant, at 11, Arundel-terraoe, Glebe, the wife of the Bev. Allan W. Webb, of a son. HARBIAGES. On tbe 13th October, 1869, by the Rev. Dr. Bailer, at his resi dence 41. Burton-street, South Head Boai, Ur. Charles William Pluck, of Elizabeth-street. Newtown, to Eliza Joaophtne, dau . gbtw of the late Charles Walsh, Esq., of Victoria-street, New On the 18lh October, 1808, by the Bight Rev. Dr. Bailey, Bishop of tbe Free Church of England, Mr. John JameB Bullock, t...
Shipping. ARRIVAL.—December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 18 December 1869
&f$t|j|ntt«. ABBIVAL.— December 17. Wongt Wonira, steamer, 680 tone, Brown, from Melbourne ISih in-tant. PasBengew— Mrs, H. H. Beauchamp, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Evans, Mies Devon shire, Miss Geddes, Bev. W. LaBsetter. Messrs. B. Sande, E. Emmett, B. Fisher, Muter Douglas, Sine Meein, Sang Toak, and 60 in the steerage. A.1N. Co., agents. Florence Irvine, steamer, 342 tens, Fitz»mmosfl, from Brisbane 16th instast Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds and family. Misses Hammond, Goran, Long, Martin, Little, and SI in the steerage. December 18. H.M.S. Virago, 6 ghnB, Bingham, from South Sea Islands. DEPA8TUBES.-Deoember 17. Dandenong, steamer, for Melbourne. Baloluths, steamer, for Bockhampton. CLEABAN0E6.— December 17. Novelty, birpne, S76 tone, Nearinjr, for Auckland. Passengers -Mr 8. Ohamberlio, Mr. and Mrs. Sim peon, Mr. and Mrs, Parsons, Master Parsons, Mis es Parsons, Mrs. JohnEon, Mrc. Frieham, Messrs. G. Nswlin, Powell, Watson, and 6 in the steenpe. Oslleen Bawn, sohooner, 66 to...
Supreme Court.-This Day. SITTINGS IN BANOO. (Before their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice; Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Faucett.) THE SOLICITOR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
Supreme Court— Titis Day SiTiraos in Baboo, (Before their Honors Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief JuBtioa; Mr. Justice Hargrave, and Mr. Justice Fauoetr.) TEE 80LI0ITOE OBKENE4L. The Attorney-Geceral informed the Court that hia Excellency the Governor had appointed Julian Smanuel Salomon, Require, to fill the vacant office of Solioitor-General. The Chief Justice said that the Judges had for BOtne_ years past refrained from officially oongra tulatiog Crown Law officers upon their appointments, inasmuoh as euoh appointments were pnrely political. However, he personally had great pleasure in oongra» tula ing Mr. Salomon aa Policitor-Grenerel. Hr. Justice Habsb&vb and Mr, Jaslice Fauoett concurred in e wording Mr. Salomon a courteous recognition of his new dignity. The latter Judge observed that it personally afforded him great pleasure to congratulate the new Solicitor-General upon his appointment.
PRESENTATION OF PRIZES AND COLOURS TO THE VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
PRESENTATION OF PRIZES AND COLOURS TO THE VOLUNTEERS. This v«ry inlereeting caiemony took plus os Sataxdty afternoon in the Outer Domain, and the day being fine and a large attendance of out citizen soldiers anticipated, the whole city turned out to witness it At about 3 o'oloek, from all parts of Sydney and suburbs, the Volunteers rendezvoused at tbe^barracks near Jiyae fare, xne Artillery were nrst preeeni, oat the oity companies, the Bouth Sydney, theBalmain, Newtown, and Highland Brigade, eaoh heeded by its respective band, were soon aeon tbe spet. At a litt'a before S o'clock, orders were given to maroh, and the artillery, followed by the oity and suburban corps in surtial array, passed up Macquarie-Btrcet and enterei the domain at the northern entrance. The Naval Brigade fell in at their usual plase of rendeivous, near the Flagstaff, and were then marohed to the point of review. Arrived on the ground, the companies were formed in line; the Artilleiy being on the extreme right,...
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
ADELAIDE, Saturday, Sir J. Ferguson leotnred at the Town Hall last night, to the xoung Men's Union Association, on the Isthmus ot Sufz Canal. There was probably the largest andience ever drawn together in South Australia. A poll on the question ot a loan to pay the Corpora tion overdraft is now going on. At present there are two to one in favour of the loan — Herald.
MELBOURNE. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
MELBOURNE. Saturday Night. The Assembly, yesternight, disagreed with the Legislative Oounoil's amendments on the Land Bill. The bill is to be returned to tfae Council, with a mes sage protesting against the Council attempting to infringe the privileges of the Assembly. Tne steamer j.u, r. sank yesterday, shortly alter eaving the wharf at Eohuoa, She had a full oargo, and one man was drowned. Betting on the New Year's Bacee is dull. Mr. Balfour, who is a passenger by the Wave of Life, has partially reoovered his health,— Empire. The Argus has a strong leader against the present morality of the Turf, and bookmakers owning race' hones. The preliminary international rifle match resulted as follows :-Geotoh, 495 points; English, 447 points; Iriih, 427 points, Ten , volunteers of eaoh country contested. It is rumoured there will be a no-eonfidenoe motion moved on Tuesday. The markets dosed dull; millers quote flour at £12— Herald.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
FUNERAL.— The Friends of the late JAME3 60ANL0N are respeo fully invited to attend his Funeral ; to move from tit late residence, South Head Eoad, Paddington, TOMOBROW, Xoeiday, at 3 o'clock. T. DIXON asd SON, Undertakers. HE Funeral of Miss MATILDA HENBY will more from the Mortuary Receiving House, Kedfera, to the Jew'sh Cemetery, Hwlem Greek, 01 TUESDAY MORNING, at 9 o'clook TO THE ELEOTOBS OF CENTRAL OUMBEBLAND. Gkhtlbhen,— At the request of ? large number of influential Eleotors. I btg to declare myself a Candidate for your suffrages. On my reoent defeat for West Sydney, I had resolved to contest no other electorate; but my friends are anxious that I should be again in Parliament, and I defer u the expression of their desire, and aooept your invitation. I shall visit every part of the electorate and give you abundant opportunities of ascertaining my views. Iam,ttentl-mea, Yours faithfully, WILLIAM EOBEET CAMPBELL, Campbell's Wharf, 16th December, 1869. ? ELEOTOBS OP OANTEEBUBY V...
SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
8TDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. The distribution of prizes took place at the Sydney Grammar School, on Friday afternoon, His Excellency Earl Belmore, presided on the oooasion. There was a large number of parents tni friends of the pupils present. His Eioellenoy was accompanied by his Private Secretary. On the dais with him were Dr. A'Beokett and Mr. W. 0. Windeyer, Trustees, Mr. A. B, Weigall, Head Master, Mr. E. Pratt, Mathematical Master, and Messrs. E, Whitfeld, 0. 0. Helm, and H, 6. Hawkins, Assistant Masters. Mr. Wzioah, gave an aooount of the progress of the Grammar Sohool, pointing out some of the difficulties that had been met and overcome His experience led him to oonolnde that it was best to give boys a varied programme, ani let them choose, or let the masters choose for them what they were most likely to succeed in. Those who succeeded well in Latin and Greek were exceptional casu. They did not succeed in teaohing all to appreciate the beauties of classical literature. French the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
TTNDEE THE DISTINGUISHED U PATRONAGE of the OOUUTESS OF BELMOBE. Mes. M'^ULLAGH'S f Celebrated Australian Pomade, For Cleansing, Beautifying, and Strengthening the Har. j Numbers of the moBt eminent Physicians of Sydney ' kave given their entile approval of the Pomade aa a tried invigorator to weak hair, end as a certain cheok to any tendency to f«U off ; whilst at the Bame tima it J restores the hair where it is weak or dried. Its fine- c MSB makos it a desideratum as a beautifier and adornment of the hair in health. Hundreds of the elite of Sydney who now use the , Pomade exclusively, have given their unqualified ' approval of its merits, however it may be used, It is t a purely Colonial pioduot, and is carefully prepared, eo i as to ensure entire eucoese. ' Bold in bottles at la 6d, and 2i 6d, at Mrs. J. M'Oullagh'a Manufactory, 116. Phillip street, Sydney ; , also, at Mr. F. Senior's, 262, George-street North; j and Mr. Giles Seymour, 118, William street, j Woolloomooloo, »nd Mr...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. WINDSOR. Saturday Night, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. » ? ' WINDSOB. Saturday Night, The polling for the Hawkesbury electorate was aa follows:— Moses. Piddington, Ounneen. Windsoi ? 144 69 129 Richmond ? 88 65 . 32 Pitt Town ? 57 51 37 Enfield ? 28 88 19 Wiseman's Ferry... 0 18 10 BuxMH ? Bi 7 44 Wilberforoe ? 7S 52 58 Eurrajong ? 88 67 28 Colo ? 82 25 20 St.Albane ? S3 63 29 519 ~445 406 Messrs. Moecs and Piddington were therefore duly elected— Empire.
A Shocking Crime.-Clever Capture. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
A Shocking Crime.— Clever Capture. We take the fol'awing from the Ovens Spectator:— ' A ehooking crime was osmmittad at the Two-mile Creek, scar Seeohworth, on tha night of the 7th instant, bnt, as It was the very wise opinion of the police that publicity might alarm the criminal, and render it more difficult to find him, we refrained bom mentioning the matter at the time. A family namei Crawford, net very respectable— indeed the eldest daughter, Jessie Crawford, is a repmted prostitute— reside in the locality named. There are eeveral children, and Viotoria Crawford, the second eldest, is eaid to be thirteen years of age, but is not nearly so old in ^ appearance. On the night in question, the children were all at home by themselves and in bed, when a man came and knocked at the door and atked for a drink of water, whioh the eldest girl gave him. Shortly afterwards he returned, and asked the children to admit him, and on their refusal threatened to break tbe door in with an axe, and ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
Thk news by the mail, expected now at any moment to reach us by means of the eleotrio telegraph from Adelaide, will interrupt, perhaps not disagreeably .or unprofitably, the current of thought whieh has been running bo strongly of late exclusively on looal politios. ' It may not be disagreeable to be reminded that there are oountries not having half the resources of Australia which are Buffering from evils greater than any yet experienced here, beoause, without having recourse to the saying that it is consolatory to hear of the misfortunes of others, it must be gratifying to know that we are not our selves, as yet, bo deeply unfortunate ; and it may be profitable if we discover in the exist ing state of affairs in older oountries, some things to teach us u lesson as to whither we are drifting. Serious mistakes made in the outset of any Government can rarely be oorreoted without great publio exoitement and the disturbance of what may be called veBted interests. We must, therefore, lo...