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ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. A dissolution is being talked about as probable, if the Ministry are def-ated on Mr. Andrav'e motion, whioh will not come off till the 4th January, through the adjournment of the House to that date. The libel case J. M. Solomon v. Daniels, is now going on and is causing great interest, — a counter obarge of libel has been entered by Daniels. Wheat is firmer, holders ask 4s. 6i, buyers offer 4s. 81. No transactions. — Herald. Sctpoeed DeAtS ibok Violssoe. — Intelligence reaohed Braidwood on Tuesday of the death' of Mr. William Griffin, of Oranmier. Deceased, [about three wseke ago, had a personal encounter with a young man named Spooner, in whioh he zenived a severe kioK .which is alleged to have been the cause of his death. . TaSKASUk OaHAHKHTAL Woods.— Tery praise worthy efforts have been made for many years past with the view of bringing tke serviceable and beaatiful qualities of Tasmaman cedar, pine, blaokwood, and myrtle so prominently under publio netioe as...
MELBOURNE Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869
MELBOURNE, Wednesdav. The Orisanam, from Beuiion, with her cargo, has baen ordered to Sydney. Archbishop Folding 13 returning ti the colonies by the BM.8. Geelong. Hie Grace was taken ill at Aden, and could not proceed further. The ArchbiBliop is accompanied by the Father Goletti. Private letters state that Oaptain Norman, formerly oommander of the colonial Government sloop Victoria, was dangerouslj ill. The mail steamer left the bay for Sydney at noon to-day. The Legislative Oounoil is engaged in the considera« tion of the Assembly's reasons for disagreeing with the Council's amendments in the Land Bill. The reasons ere being considered seriatim. The Assembly has passed the second reading of the Appropriation Bill. The amendments in the Scab Bill have also been gone through, and the disonssion of Mr. Higinbotbam's resolutions, upon the proposed oanfercnoe of oolonists at Westminster, are now under discussion. Sales ef flour have been effeoted at from £10 10s. to £11. Me'srr. Goldsb...
DUBBO. Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869
DTJBBO. Wednesday Niirht. The polling for the Bogan electorate resulted to-day as follows:— Lord ? 85 Manning... ... ... 77 Ardill .... ? 6 There were three informal votes, In oneequenoe of the heavy rain, many eleotore were, prevented from polling. Great exoltement exists as to the ultimate result of the polling. Mr. Lard's friends are muoh dieappinted, as it was generally thought he would poll twiee 89 many votes cs Manning.— Empire.
EAST MACQUARIE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869
EAST MACQDABIE ELECTION. The polling for EaBt Maequarie took place on Tues day at the several polling places, and the following is theremU:— Suttor. Gumming;. Eobinson. Kelao ? 147 131 64 Peel ? 47 25 3 Wysgdon ... 89 8 3 Wattle Flat ... 76 32 11 Sofala ? 62 87 40 Lime Kilns ... 4 27 0 Piper's Rooks ... 21 19 0 O'Oonnell ... 18 88 88 Frying Pan ... 21 25 3 Meadow Flat ... 28 10 7 Mitchell's Creak... 14 9 5 O'*ron ? 17 26 6 Oharlton ... 16 10 6 Mutton's Falls ... 14 82 6 518 '426 100 The returns from Box Ridge, and Palmer's Oakey, when received did not alter the position of the candi dates, and Mr. J. B. Suttor and Mr. Cumminge were declared to be duly elected. At Eelso Mr. Snttor bad fifty plumpers, and Mr. Cummicgs seventy-five; at Peel Mr. Suttor had forty-two, and Mr. Cumminge had sevesteen.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869
B1BTB3. On the S2nd Instant. «t the raridence of F. Hamburger Esq., Wallis Court lodge, Balmain, the widow of the late Adolph Feez, £sj., of a daughter. On the S2nd of Dwemher, »t herparants1 resldenco, 48 Dow Ung-BWet. Woolloomoolloo Bay, Ada rjouisa, infant daughter of Victor and Elizabeth Jenkhu, aged 13 moBtba. DEATHS. On (he 9th Instant, at the KBldenca oT his piranta, 9*-*Pto]l. town, Charles Edwin, jonngest eon of Thomas and Emily North, aged 1 yeir and 10 monthe and 8 days. On Bis irth Instant, at the MBidenoa of Mr. D. P*8*™1'. 8t 8oSi8'creek1 »f oonoueslon of the brain', oaasod through his hone running away, aad capsizing the dogoart he was orlring. He survived seven days after the accident, most or that time unoonsclos. He leaves a wife and a large fanOy to mourn their On the 80lh instant, at Oral«nathan, 6t Leonard's, Walton Elton.agedl month, Bon of Edward P. Mann, Esq. Ontne2andiaBta4t attUa residence of his parents, 103, Gipps street, 8uny Hills William Frederick, sec...
THE POOR WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
THE fOOB WIDOW. ihe ausK ot me evening wbb already closing in, when Mrs. Hohburg, or '' the poor widow,' as the neighbours oalled her, set oot eo her way to ber small, poor dwelling. She led her little girl by the hand, and walked silently along the broad, duBty road,' bordered Ifor some! distance by ftnofs and the bneh. On the itber side of this bush ttood her hut, on tbe oosfines of a large, Kell-fenced field, belonging to a wealth; Eoglnhman.' ' Wby are you so sad, this evening?' said the little girl, as they approacted the house, and the increasing darkaetB of the bash awed the child — so much the more thatHhc mother did rot epeak a wcrd, 'Am I sad. dear Lizzy?' replied Mrs. Hohburg patting the child's head, 'Ton do not speak— ace yon angry with me ??' the little one asked, timidly. Her mother bent down and bieeed tre child. ' Ne, my darliog, I am not, you are very good : w!-y should I be angry with yon ?' ' Then you are thinking of father 1' 'When nill he cose back, mamma?' ' I...
THE SAALDORF HOYEL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
TEE 8AALD0EF HOTEL, The ' Saaldorf hotel,' t?bb situated in the principal street of ihe little town, It was a large fariok building, witb an outside that gave promises scarcely fulfilled by the interior. There, was, however, a pretty comfort able coffee-room, furnished after the English fashion ; and the bar contained everything that could rejoice a thirsty eoul, or allure one wbo was thirsty. 1£ Donald felt extremely ill at ease here. Someone might come in and recognise him, although he had endeavoured to alter his appearance. Tte evening was setting in and it was time for him to move ; so he rose end took his hal in order to return to Lischke's. ' By thj way, Sshelliog,' said Spiegel, seeing M'Donald ready to start—' allow me, Doctor— I have the pleasure to inform you that my friend, Doctor Schieiber, is by bo means indispo:ed to establish him self here as a pbysloiao, and only wishes to reconnoitre the ground a little.' ''lam delighted ,to hear it,' exolaimed Bohelling, his eyes ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
SCANDINAVIAN HALL, GA8TLEBE1GH.STBEET. frsprfator and Ball Maeager ? Mr. W.T. Johnson Rage Manager ? Mr.W.H. Ford Pianist and Harmonist ? Mr. A Sousrbier Violinist.* ? Mr. W. Burnes Soenie Artists ? Mem*), Barnard and Vincent Property Master ? Mr. Winning THIS EVENrNG, Ososmber 24th, 1869. PabtT. Opening Glee— See, onr oars ? Company Ballad— Trust her set ? Miss Polly Laurine Irish Song-Pagan the cobbler ? Mr. W. Murrey Popular Song— BidiBg on a donkey.. Mrs Bam Bennett Btilad-BeUe Brandon ? Mr. LetvIUe. Comifl Song— Colonial barmaid ? Mr. Fred, Clifton HewBoBK — While the gas is burning .. Mr. G. Tamer Irish Jig7. ? Madlle, Duorow Past II. The Laughable Faroe of THE INTEIGUB. Pabt IIL A variety of Singing and Dancing. PAET IV. The Popular Bnrlesqne of YE WICKED MACBETH. Ob BOXING NIGHT, D Member S7th, 1869, The porgeoi! Burlesque ef THE INVISIBLE PBINOE. New Saesery, Oreises, and Appointment!. Ob 0HBI8TMAS NIGHT, December S5tfa. 1869, the above Hail will be open to the public FREE,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
'DBI'NOE OF WALES OPERA. HOUSE. THI3 EVENING (Friday), Will be produced, a New Grand Comio Christmas TOM, TOM, THE PIPBB'S SON, snd MABY, MARY, QUITE COXTfiABY; OB HABLEQUIN PIGGT WIGGY, and THE GOOD CHILD'S HISTORY OF ENGfAHD. In consequenoe of the enormous expense incurred in the getting up of the PANTOMIME, Nearly £603 having been expended on its production, . tbe PriotB of Admission will be. as follows:— ' Dress Circle 5s, Stalls Ss, Pit 2s, Upper Oirole Is. THE NEW and MAGNIFICENT SCENERY for the opening of the Pantomime, Designed end - Painted by MB. ALFBED CLINT; THE BBILL1ANT TBANSFOBMATION snd the GORGEODS LA.ST SCENE, Invented and'Painfed by MB. A. TOBNING. The Celebrated Dan' era and Pantomimists FBA.ULEIN FANNIE Mr. HENBY LEOPOLD, And the Little Wonders BLANCHE and ALBERT, Have be?n Specially Engaged to give effeot to the Pantomime, A GB&ND FAIBY BALLET, By FrJAULEIN FANNIE, LIITLE BLANCHE, . and 16 Coryphees. Georgeous TBANSFOBMATION SCENE. The Gold and Silver H...
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH 'Out of the house I' shouted Walker to tbe ladies, withoateven bestowing a look on the blaok who ted ?ticed Liibeth, and whom he bad felled to tbe groutid with a blow ot the butt-end ot his pistol. ' The house is on fire ; save yourselves !' and with his ttrong firm be lifted the old lady, who was etill insensible, and rushed out with her. M'Dcnald carrying the b&y, followed him. They had, however, scarcely reaobed the epen spue in frost of tbe bo'ise, when tn»y per oeived a troop of blanks, led by Kakurro, advanoirg io the attack. Tae wild yells and bevls of the infuriated savages filled tbe air, and spears, fortunately badly aimed, in their blind rage, flew in all directions. 'Now is the time, M'Donald I' exclaimed Walker, roinglieg in the fight with wild enthusiasm. ' Tin ?gainst twenty, that's fair odds against these black doBJL— Hurrah: Old England for ever!'1 ? With these words, tie threw his useless pistol into the midst of the troop, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
LIST OF ki. dAMPBELt/S LIVEEFOOL COMMITTEE. W. B. W, Bligh, Etq. A.Kenriek,fig_ Mr. Alderman Woeds W, F. Bobhauan, Em. A, Wilson Henry Millar Jonas Wheeler James Mnnro John M'Hugh Gilbert M'Hnga Henry MfiMdeo Thomas Manden John O'Oonnell William Braithwailo J. S. Donnen Patrick Grogan Florinda Bang Riohard Campion John M-Garry James Pnllen Samuel Ohampion F. Makine T. Benson Janus Ahe:n Thomas Marsden, sen. Charles Manden Hugh Murphy Jamea Murphy P. Bjan W. Parsons William Stubbs Charles Markhan Charles Roberts Bichsrd Doyle James Doyle Thomas Haines P. Haines Thomas So&ife V. Joseph Johs Kemister William Kemieter T. Braithwaite E. Braithwaite, senior J. Oonlon M, Ooolcn E. Oonlon T- Conlon Thomas Galligher JohnGillick John Bryant Patriot Carney James Murray Thomas Mnrray W. M'Williams.fleH. John M'WiUiami Joshua M'Williama W. X'WilliaiBe John Boll, senior James Bull, junior Job Garrard James Eowe F. Faiqnhai Owen Meehan P. Devaney Edward Devaney James Brown James Brawn G. T...
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
Commercial, Messrs Biobardio* and Wrench offered this morn* ing, at their Booms, Pitt-street, for sale by auction, Allingham'a Steam Flour Hills, ArmMale. The pro* p«rty ?ms not sold, their being no offer equal to Vendor's Jimite. The approach of Christmas his thrown a large snp ply_ of 1st cattle and sheep upon the market, and very satisfactory rates have been had. Goldsbrough, Burt, and Oe. fold, yesterday, prime fat wethers at lie eaoh; fat lamb* at 6s, 5i 9i, Si 3d, and lls : and calves a f&telOi.
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
THE NEW PABIIAMEIIT. MEMBERS ELECTED. SUetoraUtt. Kama of Membm. Newcastle ? f& A. Lloyd Esst Sydney ? H. Parkee ? Sir James Martin ? D Buchanan ? t&. King Pdddington ? 'Hon. J. Sutherland Clarence ? »r Bawden West Sydney ? J. Weame ? 'Hon. J. Bobertson ? W. C. Wiadeyer ? tW. Speer Northumberland ? »Di. Brookes Mnrrumbidgee ? »W. Macleay Newtown ? *S.C. Brown Glebe ? fQ. W.Allen Argyle ? »E. Butler Goulburn ? »M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T, Byan Kiama ? H. Porkes Illawarra ? '. ? *J. Otborne Wollombi ? »J. Eokford Oamdon ? fA. Onslow ? *J. Morrioe SheaUiaven ? 'l.tjerrett Eden ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? ?M.W.Kelly Orange ...» ? *Bon. 8. Samuel Balranald ? *J. J. Paelps The Hunter ? *J. Dillon West Maoquarie ? E Webb Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold East Maitlnnd ? ?Altx.Dodds Tbe Upper Huater ? *A. BelV Mudgee ? fit. H. Stephen Parramatta ? James Byrnes ? J. S. Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbell Nurellan ? ?fJoseph Leary Lower Hunter ? B, Wisdom Oarooar ? »B Driver The Hawkesbu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
BIBTHB. On th« 11th UuUnt,at her rasidtnae, Bourke street, Warerley, the wife of Bobert Johnrton.of mton. ?On the lSlh iiutsnt, at her netdence, Bnrwood, the wife of ChsrlesT. Sandon.of aduoghter. On the 16th instant, at WoUongoog, Mre. PorcjOwen.of » *ol the Mih instant, at ? The H1U,'1 Tnmmt, the wife of Fred erick Whel«rVjner, Esq., of (dtnghter. Ob the SSui Instant, «t her waldence, George^trset, Mis. Edward Oroker, of a aon. OntbeaSad inaUnt, at her Msldenoe, fiaptist-etreet, Sort; Hills, the irife ef E. W. Meredith, of » bod. On the 23rd iBBtaut, at Cahora, Daxlinghurat, Urs. L . W. Lety , of aaoD. DEATHS, On tho 9th instant, «t Bathurst, Mary, the beloved wife or William ClirkKm, of NaMleon Beef, and seoond daughter of the Uta William and Ann Beaumont, of Ouforth, near Leeds, Yorkshire, England, aged 47 yeara. Leeds papers please copy. On the 16th instant, at the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. John Hsrdmui, Ba'main, Mr. Thomas Philip DeBlandes, after a long and painful i...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. QUEANBEYAN, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ? QUEANBErAN. Thursday Nieht, : The polling returns (|re all in, and the official deola ration takes plaoe to-morrow. The Hon. W. Ferster is returned. The numbers are— Foreter. Campbell. Canberra ? 6 SI Qicanbsyan ... 67 114 Lsnyon ... ... 3 10 Molonglo ... 80 8 Oenindera ... IS 64 Bungendore ... 108 6 Grungaroo ... 28 27 Micbshgo ... 20 f- 834 32S Majority for tbe Hon. W. Forster 9, —Empire. BINGLETON. Tbe returns .from all the nollinc dIsosb srs in. From the rough atate of the poll, it appears that Mr. HoaHna ie elected by a msjerihr cf 78 over Mr. J. B. Wilson. The town is very orderly. A seoond telegram gives the majority for Mr. Hoskins as 83,— Empire. TDMOT. Gnat excitement prevailed here at the eleotion yes terday. All the returns are now in; aad Mr. B G. Brown is returned by a msjority of 192 over Dr. Lynoh,— Herald. GBENFELL. T.Mr. James Watson addressed the electors at the largest publio meeting that has ever been held here— Mr W. B, Watt, J.P., in th...
ELECTORATE OF CANTERBURY. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
ELECTORATE OF CANTERBURY. DECLARATION 0^ THB POLL. The polling for the above eleotorate took place yesterday, considerable exeitement being manifested as to the result- At 7 o'o'ock a large orowd assembled at the hustings to hear the state of the poll. The Retcehiho Oppioer (Jobn Woods, Esq.) came forward and deolared the etate of the poll to be as follows :— Mr. M. Consett Etephen ? 1262 Mr. Blohard Bill ? 1219 Mr. John Lucas ... ... 978 Mr. William Henson ? 917 Mr. Thomas 6ullivan ... ... 339 Mr. W. B. Templeton ... ... 17 He therefore deolared Messrs. Stephen and Hill duly eleoted to represent taem in the Legislative Assembly. (Great cheering.) Mr, M, C. rixPHBK then eame forward, and said when he appeared before them last Thursday be had to epeak laBt, but now he had tbe privilege by their votes of the right to epeak first. (Cheers.) He was proud of this position. He thanked them for having thus placed him at the head of the poll. He specially thanked his friends, for they bad i...
VICEREGAL VISIT TO THE FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 24 December 1869
VICEREGAL VISIT TO THE FLYING SQUADRON. The Governor yesterday, at 1 o'olook, paid hia State visit to Admiral Hornby, and was received on board E.ME Liverpool, with all the ofiioial terms and oour tteiea oustomary on such oooasions. His Eioellenoy left the Govarruaent House steps at 1 o'olook, attended bv his Aide-de-Oamp and Private Becretarv. and aooom panied by the Oountees, Mre. Beresford, and a number of ladies. As -the state barge approaohed the flagship, the viceregal party were honoured with a talute of seventeen guns, the yards of all the ehipB in the fleet, as well as tbeBe ef H.M.a Challenger and Tinge; being manned. On his Bzeellenoy arriving alongside the Liverpool, he was reoaived by Bear-Admiral Hornby and staff, and immediately esoorted to the state ealoon, where a samptuons luncheon was pro vided. At ibis time a number of visitors also approached ladies as well as gentlemen, all tbe guests of the Admiral, and it is neeaie&s to eay that they were most oourteo...