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COMMERCIAL, MONETARY AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
COMMERCIAL, MONETARY AND SHIPPING. Wool.. — There is an advance of a halfpenny on wool. At the wool sales the bidding was animated. The stook offered comprised 130,000 bales. The consumption of oolonial wool is large. It is proposed to have henoe forth five wool sales yearly: in February April, June, September, and November leaving thirty-nine days between eaoh. Tallow. — The demand for Australian, tallow is steady and good. Meat. — The deaatd for Australian pre served meat is steady and increasing. That packed in tallow is preferred. Tins of meat sell aa fast as they come to hand. Wheat, Dantzic, 47s. to 52e. Copper, £74 10s. Bank disoount is 3 per cent. Consols, 93}. Debentures (Sydney), 102 j prioes not aileoted by proposed loan. Forty f uineas insurance was paid on the Planet, whioh left Sydney on the 21st June. Twenty-ono oases of speoio havs been reoovered from the wreck of the Carnatio.
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
THE NEW PABLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. Electorates. Names of Members Newcastle ? t&. A. Lloyd But Sydney ? F. Parkes ? Sir James Martin ? D Buchanan ? fO. K-ng P:dding?3n ? 'Hon. J, Sutherland Clarence ? *T. Bawden West Sydney ? J. Wearne ? *Hon. J. Robertson ? W. 0. Windeyer ? fW. Speer Northumberland ? *Dr. Brcoies Mnrrumbidgee ? *W. Maoleay Newtown. ? *3. 0. Brown Glebe ? fGt. W.Allen Argyle ? »E. Barter Got'lbnrn ? *H. Alexander The Nepaan ? J T. Byan Kisma ? H. Psrlces HUwarra ? *J. Obbome Wollombi ? *i. Eokford Oamden ? tA. Onelow ? *3. Morrioe Bhealhaven ? ?l.Gsrreit Eden ? H.Clarke Braidwood ? «M.W.KeUy Orang* ? ?Hon. P. Samuel Ba'ranald ? *J. J. Pbelps The Hunter ? *J. Dilloa West Mccquaiie ? E Webb Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold Erst &Irit!rnd ? *Al(x.Dodds The Upper Hunter ? *A. Bell Mudgee ? fM. H, Stephen Pammatta ? James Byrnes ? J. & Parnell ' Morptth ? James Campbell Narellan ? fJnspph Leary Lower Hunter ? B. Wisdom Oarcoar ? *R, Driver ThejHawkeabur...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
ARRIVAL OF IHH ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. Monday evening. The English Mail by the R M.8. Geolong, whioh reached King George's Sound at half past 9 oa the 16tb, was brought to Adelaide by the branch Bteamer Alexandra, this day at 1 p.m. The telegraphio news oomes down to the 20th November. The demonstration in Hyde Park, London, in favour of the release of the remaining Fenian prisoners was neither impressive nor alarming. It was in short a complete failure. There have been two more agrarian murders in Ireland — one in Sligo ; the other in Leitrim. Mr. Gladstone has deolined to recommend the release of the Fenians for whom petitions had been got up. Earl Grey warmly supports the proposal for a oolonialFconferenoe, and depreoates the present policy of the British Government on the eubjeot of oolonial relations as one un worthy of England. A petition largely signed by working men has been presented to the Queen, asking for the establishment of a national system of emigration to the oolo...
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Learmonth, Renwick, and Evane.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
WATER POLIOS OOURT. (Before Messrs. Learmon;fe, R«nwiok, end Evane.) Joho Glennon was charged with having committed an aggravated assault on ths person of Henry Brodenck. Mr. Windeyer. who appeared for the proseoutor, stated the oss«, It appeared that about an hour after the election of Mr. Allen for the Glebe, Mr. Brederick sad eome other gentlemen wtr» h&ving lunch at Dick's Hotel in Darling-street, Balmaln. A number of electors were drinking at this hotel, and began to quarrel. Mr. Bobinson and tbose wbe were with him attempted to quell the riot, and the defendant etiuck the pro. eecutor, Mr. Brodenck Mr. Broderick stated that in oonsequeBoe of information receivad ho with those who were with him left their luncheon and went into the street. Prosecutor, seeing a mau wielding a bar of iron above the head of Mr. Booth, cried out to the bystanders to stop this man from doing harm. At this moment prosecutor was eeized and thrown down npon a ohaff cutting machine, about five f...
CAMDEN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
OAMDEN ELECTORATE. The following was the cffioial declaration of the poll for the Oamden Electorate: — Onslow. Morrice. Sherwin Belinfante Piolon ? 94 ... 75 ... 66 ... 64 Gamden ? 241 ... 43 ... 175 ... 44 Menangle ? 65 ... 9 ... 11 ... 11 ThereeaPark ? 63 ... 26 ... 44 ... 13 Oaks ? 65 ... 27 ... 62 ... 25 Burragorang ? 6 ... 67 ... 7 ... 60 Wilton ? 30 ... 42 ... 7 ... 23 Berrims ? 48 ... 91 ... 24 ... 58 Naltai ? 62 ... 66 ... 87 ... 45 Button Fortst ... 87 ... f7 ... 19 ... 51 MossYal ? 15 ... 51 ... 14 ... 40 Burrawang ? 61 ... 83 ... 48 ... 71 Kangaloon ? 60 ... 36 ... Ik ... 34 Marnmba ? 5 ... 28 ... 4 ... 18 Kangaroo Valley 5 ... 12 ... 2 ... 9 865 742 644 556
Police Proceedings-This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs R. A. Hu[?]t, Penfold, and Raphael.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
Police Proceedings- This Day. CENTBAL POLICE COUBT. -Bef:re Messrs B. A. Bust, Fenfold, and Raphael.) Samuel Johnson, a seaman, was oommitted for trial on a charge of stealing a watch and gold cha\n, value £9, on the 29th November last. Michael Firmell, 'bus driver, for cruelly illireating a horss in Geotge'etreet, was fined 40a., or one menth to gaol, The omnibus to be detained till the fine is paid. Thomas Norman, 70 years of age, mason, stood charged os the information of constable Biggins, first with havisg burglariously breaking and enteiing the kitchen of M. Sowlon, and stealing therefrom a quantity of tea and sugar, value 2s. ; seoond, with burglariously breaking and enteriag the kitchen of C, Nelson, and stea'ing therefrom some breed and tea, value 2s,; and thirdly, stealing a black coat, value £3 10s., the property of Patrick Oonnell. The prisoner was remanded uatil Friday next on all the charges, fourteen other persons wsre brought before the Oourt. Two charged with assaul...
Shipping. ARRIVALS—December 20. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
gripping* A£BTVALS— Deocmber 20i Harriet King, eobooner, 184 tone, Champion, bom 'Maryborough 13th instant Captain, agent Dtoember2L BlMkbird, cteuner, 5S0 tons, Berne, f»m Mel bourne 17th instant, Paesengere— Mr, and Mrs. Davis and 3 ohildrfn, Miss Faany Dile, Messrs. J. Henrique*, E L. Laoghton, and 7 in the steerage, J, Ward and Co,, agent*. OLKABANC0E8— Deoember::20. Florence Irving, steamer, 348 tone, FiUsimom, for Brisbane. Passengers— Mre. J J. Oliver, Mr?. J. B. Greuside, Mre. Meseley, Rev. J. Hansmann, jun., Messrs. S. W. Or»y, Van Heytieyson, Collins, G. F. Bennett, F. H. Hart, Hutcbinson, J. E. Greuside, 0, B. Fisher, and 6 in the steerage. TBt Elbotbio Tklsobafh.] BRISBANE. Arrivals.- December 20: Amy Bobsart, from Port Maokay : Sarah and Jane, from Tweed Biver. GLADSTONE. Arrival— December 20: Boomeiasg, from Bowen; and sailed for Sydney at S p m. BOCKHAMPTON. Arrival— Deoember 18: James Patenon, steamer, from Sydney. Departure — Dtcemtsi 18: Fgmont, eteamer, for Sydney...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
PA B ILA. M T T A AND RIVER; J' STEAMERS, *?-. At aWat Half the Railway Batea. i FromKing^trwt-tfl, 11. 1, 3, 6. From Parfamatta- 6.50, 7 80. 9. U, 1, S, S. (Mling at Snnter'i Hill, Gladesvile, Nee Point, Byde, Newington, Ermington, Sabiaoi. OhildreB— Saloon return, 61 only n ShbHSp* SYDNEY TO THB HUNTlBi ' THB'Tt7E6DAY NIGHT, at 11, tnudHORPETH. NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. Th» MOBPETH.on THURSDAY HORNING/, at 10, ». J.THOMAB, Mini**/, OffloaB.footol'.iaAat-rirwt. _M3J?L h^HH AttST&AIiASIAN fiijgfti^. A STBAM NA7KJATI0K 00K. TO.HJJNTEB RT7BR. OOONANBARA,ToMonow Night, Wednesday, at 11, TO MBLBOUBNS. YTONGA WONGA, Tta a Afternoon, Tuesday, at 4 80. fana— Oabin, £S; Main, £5 10b ; Saloon, £6; tatora, £10; Stowage £1 10*. TO AUCKLAND. CITY OF MELBOURNE, Friday Afternoon, at 5. Taking FaeeengeH and Cargo for all tit Porto in tht Northnn Island. TO BRISBANE. LADY Y0UNO, To Morrow Afternoon, Wednesday, at6. TO MARYBOROUGH. BLACK SWAN, 48 home after arrival, TO BO0KHAMPT0N. HAVILAH, This ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
Oosobss'b Ikqukst,— Al iiqueet was hoUtn yertei. day, at the Lighthouse Tavern, Sussex-street, on the body ef e man named Phillip Donington, 66 years of age, a shoemaker, and a native of Windsor, bat latterly employed as a labourer in an auctioneer's establish ment. The iurv found that death was caueed from natural oauBce (disease ef the heart and liver), acoeltr. ated by intemperanoe, Nobth Shoes Bowdtish.— Whilst the free and independent electors of tit. Leonard) were waiting the result of the polling yesterday a'ternoon, considerable exoitement prevailed ; and but for a formidable body of police, under senior sergeant Anderson, no doubt there would have been a violent offray. More than one fierce fight took plaot; but the belligerents were soon brought to their senses by the police, althoagh not without a few broken noses and block eyes, The Returning' officer very discreetly refuted to announce any state of the poll, and so prevented much uprear that would otherwise certainly ha...
Commercial, Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
Commercial* Tuesday, 4 p.m. Messrs, Bradley, New '.cm, and Limb this morning held an extensive sale of wines, spirits, beers, groceriw, Christmas goods, &o, There wae a full attsndsnoe of the trade, and some valuab'e lots were sold, Allsopp's pale ale, in quarts, fetched 8s per drzsn ; pints, 5b 3d ; Lemin ^Hart's mm was passed at 4s Id per gallon; Vinegrowere1 dark brandy fetcbed 6a 2 d per gallon; IMiamond port in quarters fetcbed 3s 4d per gallon; Henneeey's pale brandy, vintage '66, fetched 7s 8d per gallon; Somerset pale ale, in hegf heads, fetcbed £8 10s ouh ; orange, lenon, and citron peel, in 71b. tins, fetched lSJd per lb. ; Sullana raisins fetched 5Jd per lb, ; Jordan almrnds, le 8d per lb ; Brandon's candleE, foil weight, lCfd per lb, The groceries Bad spirits fotohed fall rates. Messrs, Stubbs and Co. offered for sale by auction attbe Oity Mart (his morning some valuable invoices Of ironmongery. The various lots wire cispostd of at satisfactory rates. The followi...
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
JACK LOUDEN, OB I LIFE IN THE BUSH. liKUKtr At break of day, Walker, accompanied by his priso ner ud Hahong. had, as Mr. Powell desired, quitted the itatioo. M'Dofiaid seemed tj submit to his £aU with the greatest resignation. He rode tbe hone he had taken in enhance for his ewn, Walker bad eoBsigned bis saddle-bag and fire-arms to the oare of the black soldier. Bis hands were etUl fettered, and ft strong rope, tied to bib horse's bridle and pasted round the pommel of Walker's saddle, regulated the paoe of his hone, and rendered every attempt at flight impossible ; betides, wbat security oould he liave found in the hush unarmed, and with hi) hands bound! Ihe iUtioi was still and quiet when tbey left. One of the hat keepers brought ionr horses out of a small paddook and commented saddling them. M Donald's grey was among the number. Walker approached the man, who was gazing with ?atonishment and onrioiity at tbe prisoner, aDd ' What do yoa want with these horses, my man, at ?o early a...
Insolvency Court.-This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
Insolvency Court— This Day SUBRENDEBS, Willism John Goodman, of GurUy, carpenter. Oause of insolvenor: Losses on a contraot. Lia bilities. £216 Oi lOd. Ass- U, £21 10s. Deficiency, £193 10s. lOd. Official assignee, Mr. B. H, Sempill. Nicholas Pyne, of 150, Gronn-sireet, Sydney, late of North Shore, butcher. Cause of insolvency: Losses iu business daring the last six years. Lia- bilities, £604 15s, 2d,, of whioh an amount of £350 is secured. AsBetB. £478 18b, 4d, Deficiency, £25 19c lOd. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
CHKISTMAS PEBSENTS, NEW TEAE'S GIFTS FresenUlions Generally for the Season. SAMUEL OWEN and CO., 544, George-street, directly opposite the site of Town Ball and St. Andrew's Oalhedrel, beg to inform the public that they have now, and are opening daily, a splendid assortment of goods suitable for the season, and having made arrangements far a RETAIL in addition to tbeir Wholesale trade, parties favouring them with a oall will have a choice lot ef goods to eeleot from, and at the loweat possible rates. Parties famishing will find it to their advantage to inspec'. the Btock. ?JVTOTIOB TO THE PUBLIC. CHRISTMAS GIFTS. BAMDEL OWEN and CO., 544, George-street, directly opposite the site of the Town Ha'l, and Bt, Andrew'a Cathedral, having made considerable altera tions and additions to their premises, are now prepared to supply the undermentioned goods BY RETAIL, in addition to tbeir WHOLESALE TB4.DE:— OABINETWABE STATIONERY of every description BOENTED SOAPS PLATEDWAEE JiCWiiLLERI. PLATED...
Supreme Court.-This Day. SITTINGS IN BANOO. (Before their Honors Mr. Justice Hargrave, Mr. Justice Cheeke, and Mr. Justice Faucett) EQUITY APPEALS SEMPILL V. CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
Supreme Court.— This Day. ? m Sittings in Bakoo, (Before their Honors Mr. Jnstioe Hargrave, Mr. Justice Cheeke, and Mr. Jnstioe Fauoett) fQOTTY ArPEiXS EEMULI, V. OAMTBKLL. In oonsGquence of bis Honor the Ohief Justioa being indiepoBed, the further hearing of this case (com menced on Monday) waa postponed. WYtD AKD ANOTHER V. CALDWELL AXD OTHEBB, The Attorney- General, cir James Martin, Q.O., and Mr. Ditrley, instructed by Messrs. Want, Son. end Johnson, appeared for the appellants; Mr. Gordon and Mr. Davis, instructed by Messrs. Allen, Bowden, and Allen, for the respondents. Thisjwas a suit instituted tot the purpose of having a marriage settlement set aside npon various grouBds, The Primary Judge, br his decree, pronounoed the settlement valid, and diemiessd the bill with ooits. The trustees, under an assignment made subicquent to the settlement of Mr. Oaldwell's property to his oteditois, now appeal against his Honor's decision. Tbe bills, answers, evidence, &o,, were rea...
MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
MELBOURNE. Monday. The Bishop et Melbourne yestcrJay ordained bve piiests and one deacon, who studied at Moore College; the Bev. &. L. Sing, the principal, aeaieted. Tfcere was a fire in King-street on Saturday n'glt; Mr. Wilkinson, a draper, lost ££000. Ib a running match, Harris beat Bolton easily. The rainfall to tbe present date is six inches above last year, and one inch below the previous year. The markets are stagnant; t-ome bafeete have teduood the price of biead to S3. Weather oppressive. — Herald.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869
WjBECK OF THE SCREW SlElUSHIF EoTiX 8TA1TDAHD, London to Meleotjbne, xm- eraPosEa Loss of the Ship PlAhet, Sydniit to London.— Our English telegram oonfirms the supposition lately telegraphed from Melbourne, that tbe screw steamship Boyal Standard, 2500 tons burthen, had been wreoked. The hall of the vessel wts said at Bio Janeiro. She was oa ber voyage from London to .Melbourne, and was a lister sbip te the screw steamship London. The same telegram conveys tho intelligence tbat forlv gni&eu ptemium for iniurance had been paid oa the rsrgo of the ship Plsnet, 665 tons, whioh sailed from this port for London on the 21st Jane, with tbe fallowing pas lingers:— Mr. and Mrs. B. Simula, Captain J. Smith, and 17 in the steerage. Under the commeroial we give an epitome of her cargo. We are requested to'asnonnce that, by order of Rear Admiral Hornby, his flagship, Liverpool, will be clostd to the general public to morrow, and placed entirely at tbe convenience of Sabbath and day.soho...