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SUPREME COURT.—Friday. JURY COURT. (Before hiS Honor Mr. Justice Fancett and a jury of four) NIXON AND WIFE V. GOODIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869

SUPREME COUST.— Friday. Juey Court. (Before his Honor Mr. Juetioe Fancett and a jury of four) 111X09 AND WIFE V, GOODIN. Mr. Butler, instructed by Mr. Driver, for the plain tiffs; Mr. M. H. Stephen and Mr. lanes, inatraoted by Mr. Davis, for the defendant Jury: Messrs. T. P. Harwood, Ultimo; T. J.Hilder, Kensington-street, Sydaey; Edward HollingtUl*. King-street, fcydney ; and Bobert Hudson, of Bedfant* street, Bedfern, This was an aotion by William Henry'Nixon, and Ann Sophia, his wife, against William Goodis. It oame on for trial on Thursday afternoon, and wai this morning resumed tod oonolsded. By the declaration it waB stated that the plaintiff was a fruiterer, carrying on business at the Markets, George-street; and the defendant the lessee of a tailgate on the South Head Boad. This gate, it wae alleged, hid bean w oarelesEly and improperly managed by the defendant and his servants, that it struck against the plaintiff* dogcart, and against Mrs Nixon, by the effect at which the ...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS—November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869

&f)ipj)tns* ABBIVALa- November IS. Qneen of Nations, ship, 860 tons, Donald, from London 13th AugaEL MonttSore, Joseph, and Co.! ?gents. Bite, brig, from Java. H. Moore, agent Norman, barque, from Siath 6«a Islands. Bsllina, steamer, 200 tone, Miidee, from Mac'eay Biver. Passengers.— Fiom Maolesy River: Mrs. Johnston, Mr. G. S. SmHb, and 7 in the steerage. From Port Meequasie: Mrs OrmietoD, Miss Crammer, Mrs. Armstrong, Bev. 0 C. E«aip, Eev. Mr. But ledge. Mr. DuFanr, Mr. Toogood, Mr. F. Litobfield, Hr. Webb, asd 2 in the steerjge. 0, and E. E. S. N: Co.. agents, Htvilah, steamer, 166 tone, Hurley, from Rockhamp ton, via Brisbane. Passengers— Miss Phillips, Miss Sherwin. Mrs. Analew, Mrs. Bsteman, Mrs. Phillips, Messrs E. J. Bainrs. T Mitohell. P. Murphy, B. Butter, T. Analow, H M. Fteele, J. M'Oormack, J. Sherwio, 0. Whitby, T. M. Batohelor, F. Grammar, J. H'Intyre, E. RisLag, and 63 in the eteerage. Laidley, Inland, and Oo. agents. DEPARTURES.- November 12. James Paterson,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869

mUgge SYDNEY TO TEH HUNTEB. THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPEXI V ' i, HSWOAflTLE TO STBWET. The MOBPETH, on TUESDAY MORNING, at 1 P. 3. THOMAS, Uaaajrot, OffisM, foot «t Markst-eteet. «i^^ mHE AWSTS&LASIAI jH0»^v X BTBAM NAVIGATION COM -8ffig5*!gi?&NYI.S STSAKSHIPB— ? ' TO HONTBR BIV!*B. OOLLA.RO Y, Mendny Morning-, at 7 TO MELBOURNE. WONGA WO VGA, Tuesday Afternoon, at 4 80. Fares— Oabia, £3, return, £5 10a ; Saloon, £6; rotor £10; St«.m-a. £1 10*. TO AUCKLAND. CITY OP MRLBOURNE. Thursday Afternoon, i 6 p.m. Taking Passengers sod Cargo for all tl Ports in tht Nortbarn Teland. T' BBT8B4.NE. FLOEENOE IRVING, Tuesday Af tetnoon, at S. TO MABTBOHOUeH. BLAOK SWAV. About Wednesday. TO K00KHA.MPTON1. BALCLETH A, in company with HAVIIjAH. ? RKDK. H. TBOUTON, AUsagti. A.B.S. Oe.'* Wharf, Snerax Btr«ot. JlTON-ET.,. MO PET M'-NEI LONDON LOAN and DISCOUNT SOCIETY, 125, Elizftbtlfe-slrcet South. THIS SOOIKTf irt established to ansist tradesraei ?ad otbfrg, ob the following ...

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869

SATDEDAT, NOVBMBEH 13. 1869. Oki of tbe last days of tbe expiring Parlia ment has been marked in the Assembly by references to things gone by and to obarges imputing offences and errors whioh might well be buried in oblivion. One attaok of this kind naturally brings up another, and in tbe end the deliberations whioh ought to be distinguished by dignity and moderation oome to be marked by the oharaoteristios of common soolcls. It is to be hoped that the next Assembly will ' turn over a new leaf ' in this respect, for eertainly the recriminations that have been indulged in by the present are calculated to convey very unfavourable impressions to persons at a distance. It would seem as if many of the members were bo amenable to charges of positive criminality that they dared not speak on any publio subieot without tbe most damaging references to their private characters. 'Liar,' and ' perjurer' are no unoommon terms ; and if tbe word 'thief' is not used also it is implied. We believe th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 13 November 1869

BIRTHS. On the 14th of October, at the residence of her mother, Denham Court, near Campbelltown, Mrs. W. Craft, junior, of a son. On the 8th instant, at her residence, Lyncombe Cottage, Glenmore Road, Rushcutter's Bay, Mrs. Henry Prescott, of a son. On the 12th instant, at her residence, Margaret-street, Mrs. Henry Cohen, of a son. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, 11th instant, at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, by the Lord Bishop of Sydney, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Hayden, M.A., Archibald W. Hamilton, lieutenant. R.N, to Lily, second daughter of W. Whaley Billyard, Esq., of Kirketon. On the 3rd instant, at the residenoe of the bride's parents, Parramatta Road, by the Rev. John Graham, Thomas Allen, eldest son of Thomas Allen, Sheffield, England, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. William Robertson, timber mer- chant. On the 8th instant, at Newcastle, by the Rev. Mr. Moreton, William, third son of Mr Thomas Morse, Cook's River, to Annie Eason, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Peter Graha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

'C1UNEBALS. FUNEBALS MESSB8, 0. KIN8ELA and EONS, Undertakers, Ih returninp thanks to their friends and the poblio in general for the kind patronage bestowed on them dur. ing the last thirty years, beg; to inform them they have opened another Beanch Establishment, George-street, directly opposite Christ Church, and having imported an additional set of Ortioh Plumes, which being the fiEcat and moat cemplete in the celony, together with all other requirements appertaining to the trade, which places them now in a position to oondnet Funerals cheaper tins any other establishment in the 00)007 and B the tame respectable manner as heretofore, for which they hate always held snoh a high reputation. N.B.— Please note the Address : 363, Souex-street Bonth, near Oddfellows' Hall; 118, South Head Road, near Orown-street ; and 733, George-street directtv opposite Christ Ghoroh, 'PUNEEALS. SUNEBAL8. Messrs. J. and -i. 8HT1KG, of No. 719, GE0BGE 6TBEET BOOTH, opposite Christ Church; 120, Bonth Be...

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HISTORY OF THE ISTHMUS OF SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

HI8T0BY OF THE ISTHMUS OF SUEZ CANAL. (From flu Daily Knot, August 3.) The result long laboured for upon the nar row strip of land whioh joins Afrioa to Asia lifts, within the last few days, been accom plished; and, to quote a poetioal phrase from a report presented to a body of shareholders, the ' onion of the waters of the sea of pearls with the waters of the sea of corals' has actually been effeoted. Oar correspondent at Alexandria has supplied a description of this meeting of the waters, which took place in the bed of the Bitter Lakes, whither the Mediterranean had been brought by the com pleted section of the canal. It now only re mains to put some finishing touohes to the small section running from Suez to the lesser Bitter Lake, and M. de Leseeps' stask will be finished, and in November the new highway to the East will be inaugurated in the pre senoe of rulers of nations whiob. had no exist ence when, fourteen hundred years before the Christian era, King Seti'e 'navvies' thre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

FUNERAL.— The Friends of tho deceased, THOa M'OAFFERY, Eeq., of Victoria Wharf, are invited to attend bis Funeral ; to move from St. Patrick's Church, on WEDNESDAY AFIEBNOON, 17th instant, at a quarter to S o'clock, and preoeed to the Cemetery in DevoBsbire-strest. JAMES CURTIS, Undertaker, 59, Hunter-street, LOST, between tbe Bank of New South Wales and Liverpool-street, ose POUND NOTE. JOHN HoMaNCIi, 886, Pitt-street South. OTICE TO THB LABOURING CLASSES AND THE PUBLIC IK GENERAL.— The Labourers employed at tbe New PostOffioe and St. Mary's Dew Cathedral deiiire to inform their fellow-workmen and the publio that, in ooDiequenoe of the Contractor refusiog to allow them to work under tbe eight-hour system, they have dis continued work, and from bo other cbubb, AUSTBALTAN WBITING INSTI TUTION, 726, George-street.— Mr, HALL teaches 'Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Frenoa, and Drawing, in class or privately, TermB, moderate. MISS FLEMING, Member of the Boyal Academy, London, TEACHER...

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

MONDAY, HOVElMBER 15, 1869. In the course of the Pariismentary oalm that has followed the- passing of the late great measures of reform in England, some snbjeots have come under discussion in the British Press with an evident view to what is likely to be brought before the Legislature during the next session. Amongst the taott promi nent of these is the land question, with a dis tinct refereneeto the Irish aapeet of the ease. It haa been long sinoe announced, as dearly . as any polioy can be stated, that the adminis tration of Mr. Gladstone, having dealt with the religious grievanoe in Ireland, intended to make a thorough reform in the land system there ; and the great majority whioh *the Premier has in the House of Commons trtll oertainly enable him to carry eut this policy if, he persists in it. Probably no euoh -extreme course as that whioh has been suggested by Mr. Bbioht will be attempted ; ittt still it appeais so oettain that there will be a proposal to redistribute the land ...

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Double Bigamy Case. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Double Bigaany Case. A very CBrioui oho of double bigamy is now tinder invettigatioBattheQoulbarnPoUopomoe, It appears that some thirty years baok a man named William Archer, generally knewn as Bill tbe Xtoneer, was living near Ftrramatta with ? woman who always passed ;for bis wife. Fifteen jeara ago the two were also cohabit ing together, bnt they teem to hare separated about phat time. Mn. Aroher has since Berried a man named George Stevens, and is living with him in tbe *3oolbura district A few weeks back Aroher also .made hi» appearance in Goulburn, and it then appeared that be also bod married a second time, aDd was living with his wife at Permit, Mrs. Stevens was in seme way enraged, and bad die folly to oommence proceedings against Archer for bigamy, for marrying asotber woman while sbe was alive. And the result is that the police have commenced proceedings against h-r on tbe some charge, for marrying Stevens while Aroher was still alive— although it appears she thought he h...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. TAMBAROORA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ' TAMBAROOKA. Saturdav. Yesterday the Victoria Company's crashing machine finished the crushing of fifty-eight tons and a half of quartz, for James Brown, wkioh gavo 611 ounces of gold. This is the third lot orusbed for the same party within the last four months, viz. : - July, forty six tons; September, forty and a quarter tone; November, fifty-eight and a-half— giving a total of 2291 ounces of gold, Fonr lots of quartz from the new reefe at Wickefe Creek were crushed daring the week at the Ercelsior, giving respectively four ounces, two, two and a-half, and half tn ounce per ton.— Herald.

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An American Execution. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

An American Execution. The New York Herald Rives tbe following extraor dinary account of the exeoution of John Griffin. It will be eeeB tbat it contains some very beantifol writ ing in the American seBsationai style. John GriffiH mnrdered Uriel Prickett, a wrestler, who is thus desori bed :— ' Prickett was a large, hairy, muscular, power ful man, hardly in bio prime,' but with no constitutional taint, -nd therefore in tbe foil enjoyment of a perfect physical manhood, His thews and muscles were firm asetearine, and, cevering a, frame as «laitioss iodia* robber, made him one of tbe most difficult men to handle, either in or eut of the arena. He stood fully six feet in hii socks, and was built — that's the word— ' in proportion. His glance struck like a beam of the ton, aid fu- terror in tbe Ting. He sever lost a aatoh but one, and tbat cost bits his life.' tOriffin's appearance, according to the New ¥ork Herald, most have been very fascinating, though perhaps not to moos so u Eriokett...

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MUDGEE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

MDDGEE. Satnrdav. The Quarter Stssione concluded to-day. The follow ing are the sentences:— Thomas Seyaour, larceny, twelve months; John Watson, laioeny, eighteen months; Benjamia Shepherd, indecent assault, eigh teen months; John Williams, store robbery, eighteen months; Samuel Wark, laroeny, twelve months; James M'Lsughlin, cattle stealing, five years; Thomas Wniie, obtaining mosey under false pretences, eigh teen months; and Thomas Phillips, cattle stealing, three years. Universal satisfaction is expressed with~Judge Josepheon. A very large number of diamonds are in from Two Mile Flat. A splendid jewel wan found on the Mudgee Diamond Mining Company's ground, the first got as yet, and valued at £70.— Herald.

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Jumping a Claim by Telegraph at Young. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Jumping a Claim by Telegraph at Young. ; Tfbok A corbebpokdekt of thb tabs anaim,1 'November 9. — Considerable amusement w»s caused here yesterday by the novel use of tbe* telegraph in the prpoess of jumping a claim. It will be within the ret-olleolion of your readers, that eight or nine, months ago a gentleman named Brnjeres took upon lease about thirty acres of land at Opossum Flat, for tbs. purpose of forming a company to work tbe ground, noder tbe name and title of' The Hiawatha Company,' arid with tie asu»l stipulations of erecting machinery within a certain date At tbe came time, a Mr. John MoMurrick leased a traot of tbe adjoUing land, Obance Gully, known as tbe Belmore fl. M. Go. 'a olaim, The latter company set to werk in earnest under tbe management of Mr. DivitJeon C& pnetio&l and scienti fic! engineer from Ballarat), and contrary to tbe expec tation and predictions of our local savane, wJio ridi culed the wbole idea, and in the face of the difficulty in s...

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GRAFTON. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

GEABTON. Saturday Evening. The Graf ton, steamer, arnvhd at noon to day and leaves again for Sydney at 10 o'olook on Monday morning. The Helen M'Gregor arrived on Friday, at midnight, and Eaila on Monday morning.

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Coroner's Court-This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

Coroner's Court-— This Day An inquest was this morning held before the City Coroner, at her Majesty's gaol at Darlinghurst, touoh iDg the death of a man named Patriok Leahey, Deceased had been a prisoner in the gaol, into which he had been received on tbe 7th October, 1869, from Oookatoo Island, under ? sentence of seven years, passed upon him by the late Mr. Justioe Wise at Bathurst on 18th Auril. 1865 for receiving etoltn property. He wes a native of Sydney, and about 85 years. of age and was not married. Hit brother, William Leahey, is also a prisoner in Darlinghurst gaol, under sentence of ten years, for robbery nnder arms, Dr. Aaron testified that deceased had been taken into the hospital in the gaol on tbe 18th Ostober, euff- ring from a broaohial complaint; but from bis present appearance he believed him to be suffering from disease of tbe liver. A post mortem examination showed that the liver was «Ber mously enlarged, and pale and firmer than was natural. The spleen was aUo ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

MELBOUENE. Saturdav Eveaine. The Horticultural Society's Ethibition was attended with unexampled success ; Urge numbers of people were present, and exhibits were numerous. Eighty-one diamonds, the result of the first washing of the Mudgee Diamond Company,' have been received in Melbourne. A new steamer, the iiispatoh, intended for the Uee long trade, has arrived. The weather is fine. Business is dull. The arbitrators in Laokeretein'e case have decided that the seizure by the Oastoms of his gosds was illegal, and he has been awarded liquidation damages, the Crown paying taxed costs. Mr, James Butchart, an old oolonist (late of the firm of Kaye and Butohart), died yesterday, He had amassed considerable property. The action against the skip Palm Tree, for damaging the pilot boat, resulted in a verdict for the de' fendant, A private letter from Mauritius states that Sir Henry Barkly will retire from the Governorship at the end of the year. Weather showery during the night. —Herald,

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WATER POLICE COURT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Smithers and A. Thompson.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

WATER POLICE COUHT. (Before the Water Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Smithera and A. Thompson,) George Fox, charged with violently assaulting a oonstable, was fined 20a.: in default to go to gaol for four days. He was also fined 20s. for drunkenness. James Freny, brought bsfore the court on the obarge of stealing flowers from the Botanic Gardens, was fined 10s., and sentenced al«o to pay the value of the flowers, 2s. 6d- ; in default to go to gaol for three days. 1 Doberty v. Lcnnen.— This was a summons for £1 2e. 6d. wages. The plaintiff had been engaged by defendant, at 14s, per week, aa a general servant Be entered upon his service on Monday and left on die Saturday week following. Wben leaving, defendant offered him £1 4s,, but 89 two half-crown* of that sum were of a suspicions character, plaintiff deolined the money, and spent 4s 6d, in summoning defendant to court, and wbb now awarded 18b 64.

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Shipping. ARRIVALS.—November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

gripping ? ABBTVAL8.— November 18. Bita, brig, 198 tone. Edwards, from Batavia 23rd September . A. S. Webster, agent. Hunter, steamer, 310 tone, Garde, from Merimbala November 18th. Passengers — Messrs. Malcolm, Marer, Davis, KUf, Lawrence, Briee, Awher, Dr, Shieldi, and 6 in the steerage. I.S N. Co. agents. T#on?a Wonga, steamer, 628 tens. Brown, from Melbourne llih instant. Pareeneers— Mrs. Davis, Mr& 3t;U8foa and S children. Miss Bailey, Hiss Brown, M#t» Walks*, Arsler, Melhado, W. Smith, W. Hutrt', W. Sherwin, Evans, E. Smythe, J. Y6ung, T, Hopkins, Brows, Barnett, 0.' 0. Skarrslt, Parker, Pasoo, But, J. Smith, Powell, E, Bobinson, Boberts, Ooclr, Tulaison, and 85 in the steerage. AS.N. Co. BgfB'S. November 14. Kiddleeex, ship, 1191 tone, 8otham, from Start Point 8th August PaseenprOTS— Mrs. Bown, Mrs. Wallace, Mies Knight, Miss Waterman, Mies Maokay, Mis. Moorea, Mrs. White, Dr. Boberts, Messrs. Bown, Wa'laoe, Hodge, Wtlker, Chapman, Granvill, Oheel, Maitland, l^ieweljn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 15 November 1869

sQjfc XT B. N. 8. N. 0 0 [SsgggH SYDNEY TO XHB HUHTBB. THIS MONDAY ? NIGHT, at 11, tthe OITY 01 NKW0A8TLK. HBvYOASTLK TO BYDKBY. The MOBPETH, TO MOBBOW, TUESDAY MOEN I«G, at 10, V. 3. THOMAS, Mansgsr, Ofijon, foot el Mwlwt-rtwrt. 4 %Sk, nnHS AUS'I'EALASlAfc MBBR^v X STKAM NAVIGATION COM SttS^BglPANY'S BTBAMBHIPS— TO HUNTER EIVKR. COONANBABA, To-Morrow Night, Tuesday, at 11 TO MELBOUBNB. W0N0A WONGA, Wednesday Afternoon, at 4.30. Barse— Cabin, £3, return, £5 10s ; Saloon, £6; Mtun £10; Steerac*, £1 10a. TO AUCKLAND. OITY OF MELBOtJBNE, Thttteday Afternoon, al 6 p.m, Taking Passengers and Cargo for all Ou Forts in tht Bfortharii Island. TO BRISBANE. FLOBENOE IBYING, Tomorrow Afternoon, Toes day, at 5 TO MABYB0B0UGK. BLACK SWAN, Wednesday Afternoon, at 5, TO B00KHAMPT0N. BALOL0THA, inoompany with HAVUiAH. fBEDE, H. TBOUTON, t «,cig(iif A.B.N. Oo.'g Wharf, Susstx-atrott. MUTIUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AU8TBALA8IA. Piintipal Office,— 247, Gwrge-etreet, Sydney. Dibeotobs: The Hon. 8. D. Gord...

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