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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

The 8oLioiTOK-QjBHBBiLL.— The Honorable Julian Emanuel Salomons, Bolioitor General of New South Wales, has been sworn in SB a mixiber of the Eicon. tive Cennoil. Tee Eleotiore. — No news had ranched town from Dangog, Oi to the result of the Williams eleotorate, when we went to press, The Wellington telegraph lice waa interrupted by thunderstorms, and the result of the nomination has not arrived. Botal A delfhi Theatee — Last evening the Berenaders, to the number of fifteen, of H.M, ship Liffey, gave an entertainment at this pleos of amuse ment. There was a very good audience, and the eerenaders eang a varied programme of nigger melo dies, muoh to the ei.ief action of all present, who were loud in their applause and frequent in their calls for encore;. The ?' Olla Fodrida,' as the entertainment is called, consisted of the usual eeleotion of nigger melodies, natations, conundrums, and wittio'ema, The Noeiheek Gold-fields Sleoiobatb. — The nomination took plaoe at the Boskj, on Wednesd...

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

ELECTORATE OF WINDSOR. The nomination of members to represent the above electorate in the ensuing Parliament took place yester day, at the Court-houie, Windsor, There were about two hundred electors present The Beturning Offioer, Mr. La ban Wehe, com menced the proceedings at 11 o'cloofc, by reading tb'j writ of hit Excellency Iks Governor, and calling upon the meeting to give all the speakers a fair and impartial hearing. He then called upon the vropoeor oi Mr walker. Mr. Wiliiah Bowman came forward &nd nominate:' Mr. William Walker. Captain Edoeeton seoonded the nomination of. fir. Walker. Mr. 0. M. Pitt said bo appeared before thun es a supperterof a friend of. hie, Mr. Dight Mr. Henet Moseb, M,P,, BEOonded the nomination of Mr. Dight Mr Walkeb then came forward, and was received with tremendous cheers. He thanked them for the very warm reception they had given him. He had intended to contest this election without ony alluEioa to any thing tut politios; but how had he bee...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. SINGLETON. 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. SINGLETON. 6 p.m. The Singleton nomination came off to day. Mr. Ot, T. Loder proposed, and Mr. Alexander Muaro seoonded the nomination of J. B. Wilson, &q. Mr. W. Burnett preposed, and Mr, 6- Larooh* eeooHded the ?ominatian of James Hotkine, E?q. Show of hands largely in favour of Hoekine Great excitement Weather thundery. — Empire.

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

THE NEW PABLIAMENT. MEUBEK8 ELECTED, I JBUetoratet. Kama of Members Newcastle ? fOr. A. Lloyd East Sydney ? H. Parkea ? „, ? Sir James Martin ? D Buchanan ? fG. King Paddington ? 'Hon. J. Sutherland Olarenoe ? *T Bawden West Sydney ? J. Wearne ? *Hon. J, RobertBon ? W. 0, Windeyer ? tW. Speer Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes Murrumbidgee ? *W. Maoleay Newtown ? *3. 0. Brown GUbe ? fQ. W.Allen Argyle ? *E, Batler Goulburn ? *M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T. Byan ' ?»?«??. ??..??..?..???..?...?...,,, £L, JTU&C0 Illawarra ? *J. Obborne Wollombi ? *J. Eohford Camden ? fA. Onslow ? *J. Morrios fehealhaven ? *l,Garrett Eden ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? »M. W.Kelly Orange ? *Hon, S.Samuel Balranald ? *J. J. Pholps The Hnnier ? »J. Dillon West Macquarie ? E, Webb Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold East Maitland ? »Alfx, Dodds Tbe Upper Huater ? *A. Bell Mudgae ? fM. H, Stephen Parramatta ? James Byrms ? J. 6, Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbell Narellan ? fJoscph Leary Lower Hunter ? B, Wisdom Carooar ?...

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

gripping. ARRIVALS — Decembet 22. Fire King, eteamac, 200 tone, Home, from the Manning Biver 21st instant. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs, M'Dermott and child, Miss M'Ksy, Hiee H'Lennan, Misses M'DoDHell(2), Mies Morrow, Misses Phillips, Miss M-Mahon Messrs. Franbland, Home, Henser, Primrose, Allen, Keanedy, MKinnon, Cameron, Ohuxchill, Master Brown, and 8 in the steerage. 0. and B.B.B.N. Co., agents. DEPASTURES— December 21, Wonga Wenga, Bteamer, for Melbourne. Haiilah, steamer, for Bockhampton. 0LBAKAN0R— December 21. Wong* Wongs, eteamer, 830 tone, Brown, for Mel bourne Passengers— MitB Giblin, Miss Johnstone, Miss Blauford, Alias Johnson, Mrs. Thronkmoreton 2 children and eerrant, Mrs. Biding, Mrs. Stabler, Mrs. Eogan, Mrs. Green and S children, MUb Woodroaf, Mrs. Parves and ohild, Master King, Mecsra Smith, Freeman, Newall, Govett, Patbnine. H. A. Moere, Q. Klutor H W_ Tnnfcur. Ptnnfnrd. J. Kealv. MsennmaTa. Throokmoreton, Bnokland, T. btratton, W. D. Atfeini-, W. Harall, E. Preecott,...

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

PA B B A M T T A AND SI VBR ? BTEAMEBS, At about Half the Bailway Bates. FtomKing-BtMet-7, 9. 11, i, 8, 6, From Parrunntta- 6.50, 1 80, 9, 11, 1, 8, 5. Calling at Hunter's Hill, Gladeavile, Nee Point, Ejde, Newineton, Brmington, Sublaoo. Ohfidrea— Saloon return, 64 only. ?WHj^^xr b. g. g, n, pq. SKEBEii SYDNEY TO TBS HUHTSB. TCMOBBOW, TBUB9DA.Y MORNING, at 7, the CITY OP NEWCASTLE. NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. TO-MOEKOW, THURSDA.Y MOENING.ftt 10, the MOBPfiTH, . „ : , . .,' W. J. THOMAS, Huuge«, Offices, foot ef(Mirk«twrtr««t. 'q^vJk rriHS ^.BS'XBA&ABIASr ^yg^s.X STHAMRAVKrATIOHOOK. Ssias&PAIiT'S STEAMSHIPS— JO HTINTBS ETVBB. OOONANBABA, To-Night, Wednesday, atll. TO MKLBOUBNE. BANGATABIA, Tuesdav Afternoon, at 480. TO AUCKLAND. CITY OF MELBOURNE, j?ridfiy Afternoon, at 5. Taking Passengers and Cargo for all tfct Port* in the Nortbtm: Island, TO BBIBBANE. LADY YODNG, Tne Afternoon, Wednesday, at 5. . . TO MABYBOBOUGE. BLACK SWAN, 48 conn after arrival. TO BO0KHAMPTOH. EGMONT...

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

SmoLBTON. — A supplement to the Government Gazette of last night, contains a copy of the by-laws -recently adopted by the Council of the Borough of Singleton. Ophh Aib Oohoebt — Last Bight an open aire con cert in aid of the fond towards the ereotion of the uuok oiuiue came on in we uuier uomaiB, ine bands of H.M, ships Challenger, Liffey, and Phoebe, and of the Nfil Brigade furnished the music, and performed unti, » late hour, to the delectation of a large crowd of visitors. Owing to the darkness of the night, it was impoeibleto arrive at anything approach ing a oorreot estimate of the attendance, but fully two thousand persons must have been present. The even ing was delightfully eool and pleasant, and the pro menaders appeared to thoroughly epjoy both their stroll and the epirited selection of musio rendered: PHrxHABMONia Concert.— The fourth ooncert of the season took place last evening, and eome choice selec tions of music were delightfully rendered by a Corps de Ooncert, altho...

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

Commercial, Oar Melbourne telegram fully confirms the loss of the ejeamehip Boyal Standard, with a valuable cargo. In anxiety to peruse detailed advices, the importers did not operate freely yesterday in the import markets. Transactions were entirely of a limited oharactoi for the immediate requirements of tho trade. A parcel of oandlee eold at lOJd per lb. Teas are firmer since reoeipt of telegrams, The Flying Buck, with a cargo for the Melbourne market, has been totally wreoked, At Messrs. Mort and Go's wool sale, yesterday, 1000 bales, out of a catalogue of 1800, were disposed ot at prioee fully supporting former qno'ations,

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

Cook Statue. -The open air conoert last night held in aid of the fund towards the erection of the statue to Captain Cook has proved in a pecuniary sense highly successful, nearly £90 having been realised. A Fteoke oi Luck,— 'It is better to be bora luoky than rioh' is an old expression, and one that is in so far applicable to one of the watermen en the D.rweut, xmlnti haa IaIaIv na nnAarDfanii nnma in *n « fMl,,nn « over£80.0G0. The fortunate individual ia question (states the Hobart Town Mercury) received informa tion by the last mail to the effect that an uncle of his in England had died leaving £260,000 to be divided between him and two others He has been a long time in the colony, and deolaren his intention of remalrjiog here snd spending bis newly acquired wealth with those amongst whom he has lived so long. Central Cdxbeklasd Election.- A meeting of tbe supporters of Mr. W. B. Campbell was held at Munro's Oittsge of Content, Liverpool, last night, A. Kenrick, E=q, in Ihe chair...

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

ADELAIDE. Tuesday. The wheat market is firmer. Sales of old wheat at 4s. 4d. are reported; country flour, £10 10s., 2500 bags sugar, ex Fljing Cloud, sold to-day at a flight reduc'.ioa oa last rates.— Herald. The heat yesterday was terrific The crops in several places have been injured by bush fires.

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

MABYB0B0UQH. Tncadsv. The escort arrived from Gjmpie to-dey, bringing 4765 ounces gold.— Herald,

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

NARBABBL Tnesdav. At the Narrabri raoes to day, ihe Maiden Plate, of £30, was won by Turner's Mariner; the Handicap, of £50, by Aehmoro'e Clontarf; the Ladies' Fares, of £25. by Can's Yonroke; and the Haok Bsce, of £10, by Can's QreysteeL— Htrald.

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

MELBOUKNE. Tuesday. It is reported that the Flying Back, from China to. Melbourne, is a total wrtok, The list per the steamship Boyal Standard, reported wrecked by the late English news, numbers about first and second cUbb pessesgers. Downman, the late manager of f e National Bank at Taradale, has been committed to take hi: trial for embezzlement. Tbe publication of the Gold Cup Handicap Weight? considered a very fair one, The past thiee days have been exceedingly hot. There is eome prospeot of a change of wind to-night At auotion to-day, flour wae cold at £10 10s per ton, In the Legislative Assembly the Appropriation Bill has been read a first time. Mr. M'Callooh opooBed the eeoond reading nntil the Land, Local Government, acd Municipal Bills have been dispose! of.— Empire. The Executive have oommutei the eentenoe paesed on Davicr, mining manager, to one months imprison ment A oommiit?e has been organised to provide a fund to assist Professor Balford to prtseoute. his snake-bite ex...

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

BCCKHAM^TON. Taesday. There are first-class reports from the Boeewood Copper Mines, A lode was struck in line with the north shaft; and work is busily progressing under the able management of Captain Oeborne. — Herald,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST MAITLAND. 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

WEbT MAITI/AND. Sam. XkB majority in Uaitland fer Mr. Lee waB 143. O»rl Schmitt's Concert, on Monday night, was an immense success. Ths company have gone to Bast Maitland, and play I ere again on Thursday.— Empire.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR. 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

WINDSOR 5 p.m The nomination toot p'ace tc-da'y, when Mr. W. Walker and Mr. Sight were propostd, The show of hands wae taken twioe, and then decided in favour of Dight.— Empire,

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

QDEANBEYAN. Tuesday EveniBg. Mr, Charles Campbell and the Hon. W. Pointer were nominated to day; The ehow of hands was for the former. A poll wqb demanded, and takes place on Thursday, Mi. O'Neill has retired in favour of Mr. Foreter.- Empire,

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

The City Mills, the property of Messrs. I. and J. Hayes, of Goulburn, were formally opened on Men The mill maohinery wpb made in London by Easton, Amos, and Anderson. It was built to the order of .the late Mr. George Wltie, regardless of coBt, and con tains all the latest improvemontf. 1'he engiBQ was built by Messrs, P. N. Buee-J1 snd Co,, Sydney. The fuel used is oo»l from mi. jjjrKine mine bi ouilod Forest, which U fousd to answer very Batisfsotorily. EuMOUEED EbIPPBASAKOB OF TBUKDEBBOtT. — Information has been received in Armidale that a hapker had been etuck up near Mibi Mihi Creek Station, and roLbtd of money and valuables amounting lo nearly £40. Beport asserts that thie the notorious Thunderbolt It is also repoitcd that a robbery of £12 was effected on the eame day by two armed men, who took from a Mr. Tajlor about £12 near Uralla —Tam werth Examiner. Pioeoh fc'HOOTiKO at Goulbubh — Several pigeon matches, says the Goulburn Herald, took place on Tuesday, in Fayten's Paddock....

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

BATKUBBT. Tuesday. At the nomination lor East Mtcquarie, Messrs. J. B. Suttor, W. Cttuminge. and S. Kobinson were nominated, The show of hands wae declared in favour ot Messrs. Cummings and Suttor; Mr, Bobineon demanded a pell. The nomination fer Bathnret took plaoe to-day. Mr, W. H Suttor was elected unopposed.— Herald,

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

CHBISTMAS. OHBISTMAS. ;OHEItTMAS. ' FKDLOW, H'GURBBN, and CO., Grooen, , 674, George-street, Briekfield-hill, Havre jaet opened a large aseortment of Goods PECULIARLY SUITED TO THIS FESTIVE SEASON. The public wilt find that P., M.,ud Co. have got ft EpkBdid stock of first-class YORK HAM8, from the well-known bouas of W. TAYIiOB; a'BO s prime sample o£ NORTH WILTS andBODALLA CHEESE, P., H., and Ob. beg to call attention to the under mentioned articles, «hioa they will sell at prices that DEFY OOMPETITION: Finest Fatru ont rants Kiert pioked Eleme raisins Very superior muscatels Beat Turkey figs Very fine Jordan almonds Barcelona nnta Shell almonds Very fine French plami, in 2-lb. Jan Preserved ginger, comquats, and chow cow Flavouring essences ot all kiada, P. M. and Oo. iwestil selling the BEbTld 6UGAB in Bvdney. Also, 2« TEA, which, is sot to be sarpatsed. The VBBY FINEST KAISOW OONGOU TEA, Sa 6d per 1b. Note the aJdreEB— PEDLOW. MAGURBEN. and OO , 674 George-street, Brickfield hil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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