ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Evening News Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,408,989 items from Evening News, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,408,989 results
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

The November mail, though not containing any very startling news, is fall of interest. At home all was quiet and peaceful, with the exoeption of some Fenian demonstrations, which were far more likely to do injury to the prisoners still in captivity than to any body else. Mr. Gladstone had finally, and deliberately refused to release any more of those prisonerB, and it would eeem almost impossible to excroise meroy any furtber while the threats and demonstrations of vio lenoe are continued. If these were put a stop to, and a conciliatory demeanour adopted, there can be little doubt that the whole of the prisoners would be eoon set at liberty. In the meantime the prepar ations of the Government for the institu tion of land reform in. Ireland oontinued with unabated industry, and it was expeoted that a scheme embodying all the reasonable olaims of Tenaat Bight would be submitted when Parliament re-assembled. The Queen was expected to -visit Ireland in the summer, and her presenoe may p...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

COMMEBOIA.L ColohiAl Seodbiubs — Most stock ehow a slight upward tendency, with a larger emount of business than nsual. Quotations: Viet rian Sixes, January. Jnlv, 115; ditto April-Ootobsr, lllf; New South WaleB Fives, 187Ltf3.Jauuary.Julv. 102 ; di to Fives, 1688-1895, January-July. 102; New Zealand Fives, 1891, 91* ; ditto Sixes, 1891, Maroh Septembjr, 105; Queensland Sixes, January-July, 110; ditto, 1691, 110: 8outh Australian, 1898 to 1908, 115; Hobeon'e Bay Bailway, 67, Tasmanian ecoaritiea 109 to 110.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURROWA. Monday, 4.89 p.m. Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

BUEBOWA; Monday, 4.39 p.m. The nomination lor this electorate took place to-day. Then was an immense meeting, Fifty of Mr, Wateon's eupportsrs came with him from Young aDd Grenfell. Mr. N. E. Besnard proposed Mr. Watson ; Mr. Patterson, of Illalong, seconded. .Neither could get a hearing, the teoonder especially. Mr. Bailey's supporters got an uninterrupted beating. It is sup posed that there are three to one for Mr. Dslley all over the electorate. Mr. W. Foreter has been proposed by some Grenfell people, but he is too lah in the field it is supposed, Intense obeering all through.— Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

INDIA AND THE EAST. EoitBi.r.— It is reported that oce daughter of General Wheeler, whs was snrtposed to have perished in the Cawnpore massaore, etill livee. the inmates* of a harem of a petty rajah. Hussia ie largely rein forcing her army at Barkietan. Some native Princes have eubsoribtd liberally towards founding a university at Allababad tor tne nprtn, Chiiu,— The revised English Treaty has been tigned. The Duke of Edinburgh visited Fekin, but no publio reoognifcion was acsordad to him ; he has since visited Hongkong and Oanten, and received a warm reoeption from the English residents in both place?, Oa the departure of Admiral Keppel from Hong kong, he was rawed to the steamer by a boat's orew of officers, the Duke of Edinburgh pulling stroke oar.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. WEST MAITLAND. Monday, 6.33 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

TELEGBAPHIO MESSAGES. WEST MAITLAND. Monday, 6.33 p.m. The state of the poll, as declared this evening, is as follows:— B.Lee ? 488 Dr.LiddeU ? SIS Majoiity for Loe ... 143 Great excitement prevails — Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETING OF THE IRON TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

MEETING OF THE IRON TRADE. Laat night a largely attended meeting of persons interested ia the iron trade was held at the Tem perance HalL The hall of the building was crowded, Mr. Davidson was voted to the chair. The Ohaibkak stated that the object of the meeting was the consideration of the propriety of petitioning tne Uovsmment to nave au works coonnclod with tee iron trade done in (his colony. A contract was about to be commenced which would oast £70,000, for (be oonetrHClion of wharfs, &c, at Darling Harbour, which it was proposed to eend out of the ooloiiy. They wanted, however, to iniprecs upon the Government the desirability of having these weiks performed in this colony. Mr. Cbouaok then moved the first resolution as follows:—' That this meeting hears with deep regret that the ironwork required for the wharf at the head of Darling Harbour and other publio works is to ba imported from the mother country to the great injury of those woikmen in iron who are new sufferin...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

SHIPPING. Abbivals.— Norfolk, Tru» Briton, Hawkesbury, Planet, Strathdon, Audax,FiteQaeen,Prinoe Arthur, Atlantic, Swiftsure, Percy. Sailed. — For Sydney: Alpaca, Castle Head, Sir John Lawrence, Underley, Woolloomcoloo, Ben Lomond, and Nineveh, For Melbourne: Asia, British Vioeroy, Caduoeua, George Thompson, Jerusalem, Kirkham, Loohness, Rosalie, Theophane, Yorkshire, Harkawsy. For Adelaide: Arab Steed, Collingrove, Forheane, Lady E'izabeth, Otago. For New Ztalard : City of AnokUnd, Beatoller, Christian U'Oaneland, Mon Guilermo, Warrior, Queen, William Lsrwell, WildDuoV. For Queensland: Annie 0. Star, Storm King. Loading —For Melbourne, 13; for Sydney, 11; for Adelaide, 2.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

TO THE WOBKDG MEN, MEN OF BU6INE8S, &a., OF SYDNEY. GENTLKMKN,— The opproaobing tesson of the je»r, while it brings regiet and sorrow to many sb unfortunate tool with trbom we eympatise, brings elro itsplesBBBt rtminiecenoei— not tbe least of which is that of jour htmb'e servant that in bis endeavours to please the poblio be bas succeeded so tberooghly and so well. I think it appropriate »t this season to retorn thafiks for the kind support I have had throughout the Tear, asd in doing eo would inform you that I am'fcboot to open my (remise* in Yorkstnet, No. 26, 5 doord from Barrack-street and cearly opposite tbe Posi-cffiso Hotel, aa a REsTAUBANT, on the rame vrnciple ea the American Bestnnract with additional improve aenti that m&y soggett themselves. Tte room is. ample, and with firit- class attendance we may justly command a greater amount of patronage. Dinner from IS to 4 gaily. BrfaifaBt end supper in liberal etile. Charge for auj meal 6d. To be opened en THDK?...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANTERBURY ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 21 December 1869

CANTERBURY ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. As reported in yesterday's Evehiko News, Mr. Wm, Henson , Mr. 1 homes Sullivan, Mr. W. E. Templates, Mr. Biobard Hill, Mr. John Luoae, and Mr. Montsgu Conrett Stephen were nominated yesterday at the hustings, Ashfieid. Mr. Wh. Hekeos, in the coursB of a somewhat lengthened address, which was tavoursbly revived, said newocia EupparctneruoiiosonooiB Act in its integrity. That Act had sot had fair play. Having been passed, as it wae, it ehould hive been worked without inter. terencs throughout the country. When it had hed fair play, if it could be shown that any party suffered wrosg in the working cf it, he would bt prepared to join in altering it He thought, the schools ehould bo made purely secular. (Chetrs.) Then came the question of the lands. He advecattd a reduction of the pries ot laud, in order to indues people to settle down in the country. The Lsnd Bill was a good one; but something more was now needed, He was in favour of Triennial Parlia...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE. To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

THE OMNIBUS NUISANCE. 3b the Editor nf the Evenina ffttn.gg fir,— Bo muoh has of late been written in the newspapers reepeclioe the omnibus nuisance, that I take the liberty to oall your attention to a matter which seems to have escaped the notice of ethers who have written, and which I think is one of the maiu causes why tuis uetful system of trapeit has become euoh a nuisasce. The matter to which I intend to refer is more the font of the municipal authorities than of any one else. According to one of the Hackney Carriage By-laws, no license shall be issued to any driver of a licensed vehicle «ho is nnder the age of twenty-one; and jet we see day after day mere boys driving omnibuses, It is impossible te caloulste the dangers that are likely to aiise from this state of things, for these lads, lcoking the steadiness of more nature years, aEsume a rowdy. {??m :_ j.:—.:.._ *1*.». k«.*Bra «li!nVi ovpnlnfttffi in raoing with ose another, collisions of vehicles, and danger to life aad li...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

A CalculAtikg Genius, — The following case of instantaneous approximate calculation is related by two correspondents of the Eipunda Herald: — 'Being at the north-west bend of the Biver Murray on November 28rd, we there, met Professsr Miller, the celebrated ealoulating gihius, who, ca being challenged by the nanaowr to tell within .10 the nnmher nf near 1000 eheep that were travelling past, told at one glance the number within 10, se verified by a subsequent oount. Very heavy odds were affered against Mr. Miller, but he only cocepted one of a new hat, whioh, aB a matter of course, he won.' Bobbery with Violbkcb.— A man named James Beatty is now in custody of the Warialda police, charged with stealing from a dwelling and shooting with intent to commit murder. It appears that tho prisoner was melted by Mr. Strang, in the eat of committing a robbery at Flatboltom, and subsequently given into the oastody of eenioreergesnt Flynn, of Warialda, at Flatbottom, The prisoner is eeri onsly woun...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET MATCH BETWEEN TWO ELEVENS OF THE FLYING SQUADRON [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

CRICKET MATOH BETWEEN TWO ELEVENS OF TEE FL7INQ SQUADRON Admiral Hornby haviog consented to allow two elevens of the fleet under hie command a.dey'e nolitiay, for the pnrpoEe of oentesting for supremacy at cricket, the match took plane jesterdsy in the Outer Domain. At a little after 10 o'clock the teems, one selected from the Flagship and the other from H M.S. Phoebe, landed, and proceeded to the oiioket ground, where the WltMLUba were JJIIUUKU. un mjul ap£rc«a tu ubic originated with Mr. W. Pritchard, J,P , and a number of oititens, who undertook to entertain the players, it ^ being deemed a fitting cooasion upon which to chow the Jaok Tars some hospitality. A. epaoisus marqnee was eet up, within whioh were placed tablea capable of accommodating about a hundred and fifty people, and contributions were very handsomely mode in kind, by the various trades people and other oitizens, which enabled the committee to offor the roset beef of OH Erg'and and other substantula, together with ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings—This Day. WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Evans, Raphael, and Manning.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

Police Proceedings -This Day. WATEK POLICE COTJhT. - (Before Meeeie. Evane, Raphael, and Manning.) Sagn Sykee, a feeman belonging to the ship City of Newcastle, was Bent to gaol for one month for disobey ing orders, The Baimain Riots. John Maber, on rea-.and, was charged with having assaulted Joseph Watts. This was ons of the oases arising eut of the political cquabbles at Bolmain on the occaeioD of Mr. Allen's election. At the outset, Mr. Innce, who appeared fer tbe pri soner, applied to have the case poetponed until the excitement which existed concerning these matters had subsided. He further urged that an additional rtason for postponing the caB8 nas that Mr. Evans adjadi. oated in Glencoc'e cute yesterday. Mr. Windeyer opposed the application, which waa disallowed by the Bench, Mr. Winfic-yer then stated the ot&e. The prisoner had teen engaged in the melee, and was seen to flourish an axe handle over Joseph Watts. Afterwards he knocked Watts down with an axe handle, end...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court.—This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

Insolvency Court— This Day EnnnEKDEHH. Jamee Doig, of Newcastle, miner Cause of insol vency: Pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £84 18a, lid, Assets, £8 le. BaGoiency, £76 17s Ud. Official assignee, Mr. J. P, Mackenzie. - Henry Harris, of Windham-street, Waterloo Estate, labourer. Cause of insolvency: Pressure of ajudg* ment creditor. Liabilities, £35 15?. Assets, £5, Drfhienoy, £30 IG5, Official assignee, Mr. K. H. t-empill. ?

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

BIRTHS. On the 13th instant, at bar residence, Bsnrood, the wife of Charles T. Sandon. of a daughter. On the 18th instant, at her resiienoe, 97, CnmberUni-etnet, the wife of Mr. Edwiril A. Hill . of ? daughter. On tie 18Lh inBtant lit her reaidenoe, 16, Prinoe-street, the wife of Captain Thomas Eoblnson, Esq., of a bod, both doing well Ob the 21st Instant, at her reaidenoe, 163, Tinley-terrace, Forbes-street, Woolloomooloo, the wife of Mr. Henry Solomon, of a son. DEATHS. On the )6th instant, at 1S9, Frinoe-street, from rheumatic lever, Kate Caroline, the beloved wife of J. Ualley, aged Si years. May i he Lord have mercy on her son). On tha SOth instant, at Bnrwood, Isabel, infant daughter of Mr. C. M. 6mith. uged 2 months. OntheSOtb instant, at her pirents1 'residence, 685, George street, Lydia Adelaide, infant daughter of James and Matilda Brandon, aged 9 months.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Supreme Court.—This Day. SITTING IN BANCO. (Before their Honors Mr. Justice Hargrave, Mr. Justice Cheeke, and Mr. Justice Faucott.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

Supreme Court—This Day. Sittings in Banco, (Before their Honors Mr. Jasiioe Hargrave, Mr. Justice Oheeke. and Mr. Justioe Faucett) WTLD AKB AKOTHEB V. OALDWBLL AJTD OTHERS, In the absence of the leading counssl herein the case had unavoidably to be adjourned, MAOKBNZIK T. EOAH, It not having been contemplated that the causes: prior on the list weuld have been both adjourned 01 brought to a termination this day, couneel in this appeal were unprepared, and therefore it oould not ba brought on. The Court thereupon adjourned.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

MARY.— Decembeb 22, ;. Gut Sue! k'ot* Moon High W'1W| BUM Srti.) Bfet*. Seto. £tota.|Br«. h.ra. : h.m. \ h.£C. J i.o, I h.Tu i h.m, 4.47 ' 79 i 10.4p.m. ; 7.21a.m ' i 10.23 j 1040 Deo — Moos'* Last Quarter - 26th 12k. 38.3m. p.m. WBDNEBDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1869.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
St. Leonards Election. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

St- Leonards Election The official declaration of the state of the poll for the above eleotorate took plaoe this morniDg at tha Sohool of Arts, North Shore, There were between twenty and thirty persons present. The Betobmh*. Office* (Mr. Tuoker) at 10 o'clock came forward, and declared the pall to be as follows : ? Mr. Tanks ... ... 752 Mr. Fonter ... ... 579 „ ? . . Majority for Tunkg... '173 Jieiaereioreoeoiaiomr. William Tanks duly eleoted to Berve them in the Legislative Assembly. (Gheara.) Mr. Tubes then came forward and briefly thanked them for the honour they had again conferred on him by again eleoling him byeo large a majority as their representative, He would endeavour to serve them f di hfully. Tim Hon. William Foreter waB not present The prootedingB were therefore brought to a close with three cheers for the Beturnisg officer, three oheara for the Qnaen, and three for Mr. Tunks. The electors then quietly dispersed.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

To judge from appearances, it might be sup posed that the genial iofluonces of Christmas time were coming over the eleotions, and that the spite and malice whioh have been but too apparent hitherto were giving plaee to jooularity. The Windsor nomination, as vnnAH^A/1 *?* iViin MAiininn «Minn«O fa AM flVDIYinlfi of this. The proposer of Mr. Walkkew reported to have said that he did not claim for him any superior ability : '' He was a man of moderate ability, and upon the whole he approved of him.1' Further on in his Epeeoh this gentleman said, aooording to the report : 'It was an honour to be a member of Parliament, and it was said that a little profit attaohed to it, inasmuoh as members could ride by railway for nothing.' This was very sound argument, and the pro poser proceeded : ' Mr. Walker had hither to done his duty, and wae willing to do so again.' The duty referred to would thus appear to be riding gratuitously in the railway train. As the proceedings of the nomination went o...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

Visit of Fchocl Children to H.M.8. Liverpool, — Bear Admiral Hornby having granted permission to tbe Sabbath and day eohool soholsrs of the various Eohools of Sydney and the .suburbs to visit the flag ship Liverpool, the opportunity was to-day availed of by some thoutande of ehildren, accompanied in some cases by their parents . The arrangements for the con venience o-f visitors vtas well carried out bv the com mittee of the Juvenilo Temperance Association. The tUamer Vesta look a great nnmber off from the Cir cular Quay about 10 am,, and the Herald afterwards plied regularly between the Liverpool and the Govern ment jetty. The Yaes Plains Electobatb — At the nomina' tion for Yass Plains on Monday Dr. Campbell pro* pssed and Mr. Thomas Birber seconded Mr. Michael fitzpatrick, Mr; Bemmington proposed and Mr. Sbipway Eeconded (iu ubeence and without ceBBent) Mr. Thofl, Laidlnw. The ehow of hands wag declared to be in favour of Mr. Fifzpatriok. Six electors failing within reasonable ti...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x