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Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COUTRT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs Pinhey and Evans.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
Police Proceedings- This Day. OENTBAi, POLICE COUET. (Before Cjptain Scott, P.M., and Messrs Pinhey and Evans.) Thirteen drunkards were fined. Bridget Morney, eoavioted of being a oomraon pros titute, was sent to gaol for one month. JameB Cook, obarged with indecently assaulting two little boys, named William Campbell and Sidney Wright, was committed tor trial at tue next UsBtrnl Criminal Oourt. Bail allowed. Joseph Hartley was brought before the Court by oonBtoble Qnigley, ehargsd with committing an aggra vated assault on Sarah White, fcarah Ann White, who apprared in oourt on oruches, deposed that she is the wire of John White. She lives on the Botany Road. She knov-s the prisoner. About tbe 6th of last month she was etanding at the corner of York and Market streets, talking to some frisads, when prisoner happseed to be passing by at tbe time. They were laughing, nn& prisoner turned round and Eaid, ' What the ? are you laughing at?' Witness replied, ' I'm net langhing at y...
CANTERBURY ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
CANIERBUfiY ELECTION. THE NOSttNATIOtf. The nomination of candidates took place to-day at AehBeld at noon. Mr. Alderman Woods presided as BetnrnisK-omoer, and -opened' the proceedings by reading the writ, Mr, J. Weabhe, ALL A., proposed Me, William Hesson. Mr. Qcnaa seoonded the nomination. Mr, Johr Peeet proposed Mr. Thomas Sd^ran, Mr. W. Cookk eeoondedhie nominatioT^^K Mr. Holund proposed, and Mr. Jo^^Anded, ilr. Templeton, ~)k^a^sa Mr. Geddie proposed Mr, Biohar^^^H He reminded them that Mr. Hill, who w^^^^psent from the oolony, had been on a formjjj^^^^Ected without opposition, and he had falfl^^^^^B the entire satisfaction of many at la^^^^^HoUns. Mr. EiU said, in his addreis, I^^^^Hro the r 0.0110 cjnoois run as it now s^^^^^^^Bother, Edward Hill— a worthy representatRHs^|Pwonia come forward for him. As to free tradelrorliiohard Hill wonld do away with ad valorem duties, and do all lie onld for the good of the country. Mr. Edwabd Hill seoonded the nomination of Mr. B. Hill He ...
Insolvency Court—This Day. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
Insolvency Court.— This Day. 6DBEENDET, Jane Wedderburn, of 287, Upper Porbei-street, Sjdney, widow. OauEe of insolvency: Pressure of oreditors. Liabilities, £76 Os. 81. Aersts, £5. Defi ciency, £71 Os. 8i Official assignee, Mr. E, H. £:rapill, James Sanders, of Grenfell, gold miner, Causes of insolvency: Depressed state of business end pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £91 Ss. 8d. Assets, ££. Deficiency, £90 S3. 8d, Ofnoial assignee, Mr. T. Humphery, SCHEDULE FI£ES In the estate of EicbBtd Collier, of Bsedy Creek, Blayney. Liabilities, £8972 Us 81, of whioh. £3282 Us. 9d- is secured. Assets, £i600 103. Defi ciency, £4172 43. 3d.
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
THE NEW PAELTAMENT. MEM BEES ELECTED. EUcioratet. Name) of Mention, Newcastle ? fa, A. Lloyd East Sydney ? F, Parkea ? Sir James Martin ? D Buchanan ? tG. K-ng 'adding Ion ? 'Hon. J, Sutherland Olerencs ? *I. Bawden West Sydney ? J. Wearne ? 'Hon. J. Robertson ? W. 0. Windejsr ? tW. Speer Noithumberland ? *Dt. Brookes Marrnmbidgee ? *W. Maoleay Newtown ? *3, C, Brow a Glebe ? tG-W. Allen Argyle ? »E. Butler Goulburn ? *M- A'exender The Nepean ? J. T. Byan Eiama ? H. Pukes IlUwerra ? *J, Otborne Wollombi ? *1, Eokford Oamden ? fA. Onsbw ? *J. Morrioa Shealhaven ? *1.6arrett Eden ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? ?M.W.Kelly Orar-se ? *Hon. 8. Samuel Balranald ? »J. J. Phelps The Hon'sr ? »J. Dillon WeEt Macquarle ? E. Webb Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold Ecst Maitland ? *AUt. Dndde The Upper Hunter ? *A BsU Mudgee ? fM. H. Sfsphen Parramatta ? James Byrnes ? J. S. Faineli Morpeth ? James Campbell Narellan ? 'Joseph Leary Lower Hunter ? E. Wisdom Oarooar.... ? *S, Driver The|Hawkaebary ? *H. Moses f ?...
Shipping. ARRIVALS-December l8. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
fcfcfppittg' j AEBIVALS—Dsoember 1& Hunter, Reamer, siu iobb, uarae, irom m.enmuai» 16th instant, PasBengwe— Mrs. Kidie and two ehildrgn, Miss A«sir, Mies Wolley. Mies Hopkins, Miis Bate, Mirs Walker, Mr Nicholson, Muter Hionolson.Mr. Etdie, Master Esdie, Messrs. Htpkins Braise, Baine, Biely, Watson, fcswsoB, M-Lein, the Bob. D, Egen, and 8 in the steerage, LS.N. Co., agents. December 19. Herilah, steamer, 160 tone, Moore, frem Marj fcorough 16th instant. Pasjengers— Mr. Tooth, and 8 In the steerage. A S.N. Oo., agenti Colonist. schooner, 104 tons, Geach, frem New Caledonia 8th instant. 0. Sohweig and Oo,, (gents. Wild Ware, brig, 191 tons, M'Cloud, from South EM Inlands, Campbell and Oo., agents, Lad; Young, steamer, 425 tons, ML'tnan, frem jjnBDane j.om inswro. jrawwigvre— »» «?»??» Child and serrant, Mrc Macniah, Miss Brennan, Mrs. Zelph, Misb Hinton, his BxceUenoy Colonel Blaohall (Governor of Qaeeneland) and suite, the Eon. 0, lalley (Colonial Secretary), Major Bell, Me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
PABBAMTTA AND BIV] STEAMEBS, At about Half the Bailway Bates. From King-street— 7, 9, 11, 1, S, 5. From Parramatta- 6.50, 7,80, 9, 11, 1, 8, 5, Calling at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvile, Nee Fo: Byde, Newington, Ermington, Subiaoo. . Ohttdrea— Saloon return, 6d only. JL3y§L IT B. ST. 8. N. 'pTi SHbH^SI SYDNEY 70 XHB JiU«XEB TO-MOBBOW, TUESDAY NIGHT, at 11, HOBPETH. NEWCASTLE TO SIDNEY. The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MOBBO TU1SDAY EVENING, at 6. & 3, 7HOKAS, Mccipr Offloee, fost efiMuktt-atrcst. slSvJL PITHS' AUSTRALASIA SagaRl^,-!. STBAM NAVIGATION OOJ agSEtBSjPANY'B STEAMSHIPS— TO HUNTEB RIVEB. OOLLAEOY, ToNigbt, Monday, at 11. TO MKLBOUBNK. WONGA WONGA, To-morrow Af terncon. Tuesdi at 4.30. Fare.— Cabin, £8; return, £5 10s ; Saloon, £6; return, £10; Ste«rag« £1 10s. .'.4 TO AUCKLAND. 0ITY OF MELBOUBNE, Friday, 24th inif t .: p, Taking Fassangen and Cargo for al S -foi in the Northern fci«,nd. „'? ' TO ? '?TBBANE. i °' '? FLOBENOE IBVING ' Afternoon, M S ,i»t TO MA ? '! . :^T»RH. S' ...
Commercial, Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
CommerctaU Monday, 4 p.m. In the wheat and flour market dullnessstUl prevails, and quotations are nominal, as last given. Maiie is very firm, with a rising tendency, Ss 8d to Us 9d being to-day's quotations. Cape barley remains at 2s ft 2s 61 per bushel; English, 2s 6d to 89, with little doing. Bran, 161 Eunter River hav is plen tiful— Lacerno at 80s to 47s 6d. oaten 40s to 60s; straw, 80s te 40?. Eggs are rising in prioe, lCd a dozen is now asked wholesale. Farm produoe is plen tiful: Fowls, 2j to 2i 64 per pair; docks, 2s 93 to Ss 6d; geese, Ss to 63 63; turkeys, 6s to 12s; baosn, Sid to 54 per lb. ; onions, 6s to 10s per owt, ; potatoes, very plentiful, at 2* to S3 per owt. Messrs. Raynes, Tresve, and Co., at Mott'e room;, sold privately, this morning, 6 small cottageB, Mount-street, North Shore, for £600. Mr. Dale, purchaser. Messrs. Bichardson and Wrench held a sale by auotien of various proparties this morning. One year's lease of p&eturage of cows in the Outet Domain ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
Catholic Clkioy.— A number of Oatht^ aev to be stationed in Viotoria. Adelaide, anaV&T nth Wales have anted at Eobson's Bay &,v£ lr ghij Thomas Stephens, from Liverpool. *y\ ? School op Abts -The regular ooneert on Satii1 uav evening was again well attended, and a ohoie» :Dri franune gone through by Miss Fleming, B,A.fl£ v^l ^ss^a™ «m narry uooan, j, z. Joneb*^ George BnsieU. The champion dog daneer of W Hying Squadron danced a c&raeteristio horapipe to (be great ^' of theviBitor^ It is not too much o ?ay tbat these delightful eonoeriB are inoreaeine in jopnUri^, and should become a city institution gp« Slf^^^? ,°- dti'M.ttey «' Plainly the sort rahonal entertainment given, and the lowprioes mSSSSf*' h' BMftt iBdnceMent toS Tm Chaicpioh Walmko Matoh.-Oo Saturday evening last, on the Albert Cricket Ground, the watt . ELSS^JSL £1J°' ^ndinB tet^» Baker and aunUton, came *ff m the presence off abont 1000 persons. It may be in the reoolleotion of our readers Oat a...
THE LOG OF THE FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
_ ? ' ? TEX LOO OF THE FL7IS& SQUAEB0N. We are gl«d to find that our gallant visitors of tbe Flvinc Eqnaorett ha« come provided with their owb poeCfo«lehr«te,in undying veree. the incident, of the vovage. We have to acknewledge 'oegt , fi » broadshiet issued in Melbourne by Mr. William Havuee, a bandsman of OH.S. Phojbe, and containing Bolen than a hundred and thiityeix-a— weU Ut us say Terees, dedioawi to tne gauani vfear« vi -'» Victoria Orces who comnsends the ship, and who bears tie, for a seaman, appropriate name of Bytheeea. Mr. Havnee has wisely disoarded all notioa of pr«6ervuig atriot rjtlim, or even rhyme, in this admirable eea poem. His chief desire appears to kave been to present the fleet and the public with an epio and a graphic history of the voyage from Plymouth Sound to Melbourne, and ae the poet intimates that the narrative which he has intituled ' My Log' is to be continued, we mav hope to hear shortly his impressions of the subsequent voyage to Sydney. Na...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 20 December 1869
BIRTHS. On the 8td instant, at her residence, Millabulla, near Welling- ton, Mrs. Frederick Marah,of a daughter. On the 16th instant at Lyons-terrace the wife of Dr.Bebsario of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 18th Angnst by special license , at Sydney, by the Rev. Dr. Fullerton, Edward, youngest son of Mr. James Rochester, Windsor, to Elizabeth Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Harris , &nbsp; George-street, Windsor. On the 26th November, by special licence by the Rev. Dr. Ful- lerton, Mr, John M'Kay, to Miss Margaret Rogers. DEATHS. On the 16th instant, Mr. James Roberts, of St. Peters, Cook's River Road. On the 18th instant, at his parents' residence, 144, Forbes- street, Woolloomooloo, Harry Albert, son of John George and Fanny Marshall, aged 5 months. On the 20th instant, at the residence of Mr. Joseph Henry, 176, Wooloomooloo-street, Matilda Henry, aged 60. years.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
AMERICA. xne autumn election is proceeding; me uepab. licans gained in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Minnecota, Wisconsin, sad the Demooiata succeeded is New Jersey and Maryland, Ihe votes were smaller than usual; ia Tennessee, Cooper, a Democrat, defeated Andrew Johnson by one vote. Negotiations are in Drosrrcee for reducing the postage between England and America. The tidal wave, so harmless in Europe, caused serious devastation in Canada and the Unit- d States. Mr, Beutivell. Treasury Secretary, made an imperiant speeoh at Philadelphia, on national finanocs, and deprecated the expansion of the currsnoy ; he declared that the national debt must be paid honestly and man fully in coin or its equivalent; sinoe the end of the war the debt had been reduoed from 700 to 500 mil lions sterling, With present taxation r wonld be extinguished In fourteen years, Presides t Grant was unjustly charged with complicity in the recent gold tpeoulatien; bat Corbin, the President's brother-in law, was deeply o...
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
CONTINENTAL. Fbujcb— The Pari- Bourse was weakened in tons by the bad health of Yiottr Emmanuel. The Aroh bishop of Paris tddrassd a pastoral to his clergy, anncucoing his departure for Borne, and upholding the nsef.lnu and freedom of the forthcoming OouuoiL roe L'0:hUMob?rpacfed iff without disturbance fcmt gravt apprehensions prevailed. Nearly 20,000 people, chiefly foreigners, Itit Paris. The Government made extraordinary preparatiens ; 40,000 soldiers nnder four marshals were quartered in the city, while 80,000 were kept in readiness in a fortress outside, and the Artil lery wete lodged in the Palais d'ludnstris. The Emperor c:me to the Tui'eriee, ready ta give orders. It appears in the evening ths Emperor wai ocrdially obeersd whewvsr hs wsal. MJanhal Bastine has been appointed to tbe oommand of the Imperial Guard, and Bleary ie seat to St. Petersburg, through the hostile inflncnoe of the TJinpTffln. The virulence of the Bepnblioan Press is unabated. There were serious agitatio...
LATE TELEGRAMS. London, November 19, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
LATE TELEGRAMS. London, November 19, _ We JSmperor Napoleon has again suffered rheumt tic pains, but hse completely re:overed, Large numbers of crosses aed flowers were deposited on tbe tomb of a bandit on November 2nd ; no farther demonstrations, The 8011 Of the Emir nf TtnVhoro li» liui ~-- ceived by the Czir of Bussia, who hoped that friendly relatioHB would continue to grow between both oountripa. The Turkish Government dispatched reinforcements of the army on the province of Bothnia Hersegoiinatl a preoaution. - The Suez Canal was successfully opened on' Novem- ber 17. There was a great g&theiing of illustrious visitors. A fleet of vessels oonvejed I he Empress of France, the Emperor of Austiis, the Dutoh and Prus sian Princes, and other distinguished personages from Port Said to Iemaila in eight hours; there were great fetes in celebration of the event, A publio banquet was given to M. Leseeps at AUsmaita. M. Lessen* made a speech, dwelling on the necessity for judioia...
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London. November 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London. NoTomber 20th, The wool eiies opined at prices one halfpesny tetter; the attendance w«b good, and the biddings onim&ted. Tte slock amounts to 130,000 bales. The Qnccn'e visit to the city passed off fncoaaefully. Sir Jobn Lawrence has been mada a baronet. Judge Therry was knighted, and the Sheiiffii Capes town and WsAlentin are also knighted. Ten new peers wera created. Dr. Temple is elected. Victor Emmanuel has Buffered a severe illness from fever, but ia now ztoovaring. The funeral servioe on tha late Mr. Peabody wa« read In Westminster Abbey. A colliery explosion oeoDRed at Wigan, whioh killed twenty-seven people. The wreck of the hoya! Standard was told at Bio, and the missing raft reoovered. Console, 93£; Viotoriaa Debentures, 1KJ; Sydney, 102. Prioes are not sffeoted by propesed loan. Abmvais.- Ethiopian, Walter Hood, Btrathnaver, Fifing Cloud, and Liberator.
PAS[?]ENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
PAS-ENGEBS. For Sjdnev.— Lord Pembroke, Dr. Kingsley, 'ev. J. B. Paling, B, Coibstt, Shortiand, Grey, W. Fan ning, J. Wil=on, S. Bennett, 0. E. Eemilly, W. D. Sutherland, T. DavidsoD, Mr. and Mre. Grabet, L eutenant 'Wilkinson, P. 0. Stevens, Oirdale, Mrs. Cockett, Mr. and Mre. GoMtad and infant. The Avooa arriv.d at the Sound on the 13th inetant, an£ eailed on the 14th,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
BtBSHB. On the l«t Instant, at Warro, Port CurUs District, tie wife of F. A. BlutanBn, of a ion. Ob tbe 9th instant, tt her nddenw. No. 57, Princo-sltesl, Mra. Btepben Aeprey, of a dtughter. On tbe 16th Instant, it Quiiindi, Llrerpool Pleliu, Mrs. J. H. Ixider.cf a daughter. On tbe 19th instant, at her residence, 171, Woolloomooloo street, Sydney, Mrs. Edwf rd Been, of a daughter. On tbe SOIh lnetrnt, at her realdenoe, Watla-.ings, North Shore, the wife of Summon Spain, of a daughter On the 9th instant, at her residence, Garden-street, Waterloo, lire. James Selbj.ofa daughter. MA.BRIAGES. On the 16th instant, at Sydney by tbe Her. 'Eobcrt lowers, St. Anarew'e Presbytsriiin chnrob, SBriBtea by Re^. Archibald N. Maeiray, S*. David's PreBbrteiian CUurch, Aahfield, Rev. O. Edwprd Moes, assistant minister, St Darid'e Church, Asbfield, to Fanny, widow of the late George Manghan, Esq., of the Bank of Anstra'aaia, Ipsnich, Qaeens'and. On tbe 18th instant, at St. Paul's, Bedfern, by tbe Ber....
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Bm-'l-£BHElD.~The first event having been decided, our correspondent ebculd pay the etake he has lost. The interruption of the next game could not alter the accomplished fact of the first. DIABY.— Decmbtjb 21. ? Bwjg«ti ; Wra. j Btti. j Mem,|awa h.-E.1, i /? m, : h,m, I h.a, I h.m | h.m. iA7 '79! 9.18p.m. ! 6.22a.m \ \ J9.48 | 10.4 Deo -Moon's Leit Quarter 26th 12h. 88.3m. p.m.= %%t Ctoening iletos* TUESDAY, DEOEMBEE 21, 1869.