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Shipping. ARRIVALS.—December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

&$tpptng* ASBIVAL8.- December 24. Egmoat, (turner, 280 tons, Wall, tram Bock kasiptan 20th instant Passengers— Mrs. Cook and 2 children, Mrs; Bliokbum, Messrs. W. Archer, E. Buharde, and SO is the steerage. -A S.N. Co., agents. Helen Maogregor, steamer, 200 tons, Muir. from Oiareaoe Bivar Slit instant. Passengers -Mrs, Toss and family, Messrs. Crawford, Louther, Bowland, and 10 ia the steerage. 0. aid N. E. 6, N. Oo., agents. Grafton, steamer, 200 tons, Mann, from Clarence Biver. Passengers— Miss Wilsbire, Messrs. Maeney, Donning, asd 6 in the steerage. 0. & E, B. S. N. Co., agents. City of Adelaide, steamer. 615 tone, Walker, from Melbourne 22nd instant Passengers— Miss Green, Kiss Blanche Clifton, Mrs. Moore and ehild, Messrs. Parker, J. Smith, Xilgonr, Morris, Barnes, J. T. Mans, J. Gough. C. Smith, H. Walker, B. Thomson, Dantain, Hall, Ellison, Aehworth, Black, Nield, Hoyd, ud 90 in the steerage. A. 8. N. Co., agents. Baffin*, steamer, 200 tons, Maidee, from Macl...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

PABBAMTTA AND BIVEB STEAMEBS, At about Half the Bailway Kates. FromKing-ntreet-7, 9. U, 1, 3, 5. from Parramatta-6,50, 7.80, 9, U, 1, S, 5. (Jailing at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvile, Nee Point, ?trie, Sewinglon, Ermington, Snbisoo. Wr Children— Saloon return, 6d only. MILJilMli^ SYDNEY TO THS HTOTKB. ?iSie MONDAY NIGHT, at 11, the OITT OP ? NEWCASTLE. ? NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. ?tOMOBBOW (Tuesday) MOBNING, at 10, the M MOBPBTH, ? V. J.2H0MA8, Uiztgtt, ? OfioM, tost etlMixktt-rtmt. BT^Jk I^H® &U85?'ftALASIAH ?l^^s. &. STKAM NAVIGATION COM M|||ijffig« PANT'S STEAMSHIPS— B TO HUNTER BJVKB. ?OOONANBABA, To Morrow Night, Tuesday, at 11. B TO BEffiLBOUBNB. KAN8ATABIA, XcMorrow, Afternoon, Tuesday, at | 480. ? TO AUCKLAND, LUOKLAND, on or about Friday, Uth January TO BRISBANE. KIT OF BRISBANE, Wednesday Afternoon, at 5. TO p&XXBOXOmB. iUOK SWAN. 48 hours after arrival. TO BOOKHAMPTON VIA GLADSTONE. [AMES PATERSON, To-Morrow Afternoon, Tues day, at 6. '.',.', t aBDE, H. TBOU...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

BIETHfl On the !ai instant, at her residence, 737, George-street Sooth, Mm Henry Klneeli. of a daughter. On the Cth instant, the vita of Mr. Darid Lime, tailor, 507, Kect-tfrMt, «f a eon, DEATHS. On the 24tb instant, at her late residenoe, No. 507, Kent-street South, of white swelling, Louisa, the dearly beloved wife of Mr. David Lane, tailor, in her 89th yen. Her end web peace. Friends will p'ease accent this intimation. Gonlbnm papers please copy. On the 25th' Instant, at her parents' residence, Petersham, Eliza Sephia, the infant daughter of Charles asd Isabella tinney, aged 1 months and 3 dajB. On the 26th instant, at bis parents' residsnoe, Wdliegton etreet, Kingston, Newtswn, Herbert William, infant eon of Thomas John and Henrietta Day, aged 7 months.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

Successful Appeal— At the Dmiliqain Quarter Sessions on Tuesday, before his Honor District Oourt Judge Francis, William Litham Smith appealed against the decision of the Benoh of Magistrates at Hay. Mr- B. a Aspinsll, instructed by Mr. Beed, appeared for appelllant. The decision appealed against was that of Captain Browne fining Smith £80 for selling grog without a license, and three months' im prisonment, with two months extra in default of pay ment of fine. Mr. Aepinall at once took two objec tions to the decision — first, because that according to law the information should have bten laid definitely under a olause of the Act infringed; a general accusa tion of having done things unlawfully was informal, and any conviction under it must be quaaheJ. Second — That theoonviction is only signed by one magistrate, whereas it required two. The latter objection was overruled, beoanse Captain Browne is police magistrate, and capable legally of deciding alone The first ob jection was ruled...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

On Thursday last a storm broke over Singleton, and a valuable horse gazing on Mr. Barclay's farm at Eelso, was struok dead by lightning, and the stable eet on fire. The matoh between H. Garner, of Guildford, and Andrew Smith, late of New South Wales, where he the championship of Victoria, came off on Monday at the Bath Hotel, Sandhurst Tbe ground measured 18 yards, with stiff-stieHng clay ends 3ft. wide, 61 points up, the quoits not exceeding 8J inches in dia meter. The match terminated in favour of Andrew Smith, who won by 27 points, he obtaining 61, and his opponent 24. Shocking Death by a Boilee Explosion.— About 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning last, a shocking and fatal aoeident oeourred at the Cargo diggings, through the explosion of a boiler, which resulted in the death of Mr. Robert 'Ashworth. It appears that, on the morning of the day we 'have mentioned, the boiler of a iteam enzine. without anv warnine. exploded with a load report, and Mr. Ashworth,' who was acting as engine...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPURTURE OF THE FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

DEPUBTURE OF THE FLYING SQUADRON. It was not generally believed in Sydney that the Hying Squadron would leave Fort Jackson at the timo it did yesterday, and eoneeqcently comparatively a small number of persons witnessed the departure, although at Fort Macquarie and Mrs. Macqutrie's ohnir some considerable numbers assembled. On pro osediDg to tbe latter point o£ view at noon, 11 was apparent that the whole of the chips were about to move. The funnels reared their forms from the deck of each vessel where hitherto they had sot been visible eincs tbe ships oast anohor, and dense volumes of black smoke leaned, and tbe steam pipes hissed and gashed forth their vapoury oontents, A succession of signals from tbe Liverpool, answered by the other ships of the flett, told the lookers-on that dieoipline was in full force, and that attention was being given to the orders of the Admiral, tbe nature of wbieh it wa= not difficult to understand. On the water a few small boats, having as passengers m...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANTERBURY ELECTION. OFFICIAL RETURNS OF POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

OANTEEBUBY ELECTION. OFFICIAL EETtTEKS OF POLLING. I I t . I W 5 S £ 5 ba Canterbury ? 51 28 1 86 75 22 Asbfiflld ? 89 15 0 115 94 31 Burwood ? 38 19 1 67 48 110 Petersham ? 71 17 2 107 74 73 Waverley... ? '. ? 46 43 1 76 46 129 Bandwiok ? 43 23 0 54 44 32 Botany Cross Bonds 64 31 1 91 50 57 Gannon's Forest ? 9 3 0 42 21 15 Cook's Biver Dim ... 40 12 1 59 36 82 Alexandria ? 93 19 0 66 58 107 Sydney, ? 178 6(5 5 217 201 357 St. Peter's, Cook's Biver ? 84 11 0 125 89 82 Five Dock ? 42 13 2 29 26 32 Booky Point ? 28 2 0 27 56 83 BouthHead ? 1 8 0 43 0 15 MarriokviUe ? 74 27 3 25 66 72 ~946 339 ~17 1219 979 1252

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 — 27 December 1869

THE NEW PARLIAMENT MEMBERS ELECTED. Electorates, Namet of Memben. Newcastle ? fQ. A. Lloyd EsetSvdney ? 'i&0L Parkes ? Sir James Martin ? .......,..,.?. IL BDchanan ? f&'Sing Paddugton ? ?Hon.'J, Sutserland Clarenos ? *X Bawden WeetBydney ? J. Wearne ? »Hon. 3. Boberteon ? .;.:.'. -W. 0. Wiadejer ? fW. Spier 4 Northumberland ? 'Dr. Brookes'. Murrumbidgee ? *W. Macleay, Newtown ? '...:........ *M- C. Brown Glebe ? fG-W. All«in Argyle ? »E. Butler Goulburn ? *&£, Alexander The Nepean ? .' J. T. Byan Kiama ? H. Parkes lllawarra ? *J. (Hborne Wollombi ? *I. Eckford Oamden ? fA. Onslow ? ?J.Morrioe SheAlhaven ? 'l.Gerrett Edea ? H. Clarke Braidwooa ? «M.W. Kelly Orange ? *Hon. S. Samuel Balranald ? »J. J. Phelps The Hunter ? *J. Dillon West Macquarie ? E Webb Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold Eaet Maitland ? ?Alex.DoddB The Upper Hunter ? *A. Belt Mudgee ? fM. H. Stephen Parramatta ? James Byrnes ? J. S. Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbell Nurpllnn ? +JoBeDh Learv Lower Hunt...

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THE BOGAN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

THE B0GAN ELECTOBATE. The following are all the returns yet to hand :— Lord Manning Ardill Informal Dubbo ? 85 77 5 3 Forbes ? 87 4 4 2 WeUington ? 2 0 0 0 OoUie ? 16 11 0 0 Toogong ? 19 10 Molone ? 4 0 10 Oobbwa ? 14 5 0 0 MuBdoorao ? „ 6 7 0 0 Returns from twenty plaoes yet to come.

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PATRICK'S PLAINS ELECTORATE. OFFICIAL RETURN OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

PATRICK'S PLAINS ELECTOBATE. OFFICIAL BETTJSS OF TEE POLL. Hoskine. Wilson. Singleton ? 247 256 CamberweU ? 44 8 Jerry's Plains ... 22 10 Warkwortb ? 25 23 Belford ? 28 23 Broke ? 47 7 West Brook... ... 0 36 Boyoe's ... ... 29 6 Bt. Olair ... ... 8 26 0amberw6ll Hail way Platform... ... 32 15 '482 407 Hoskins 75 majority. The election was carried on with a ~ery friendly spirit.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

H.M.6, Y«bnon.— Tbe youths on board H.M.S. Veinon were the recipients of a substantial Christmas dinner on Saturday, whioh was kindly given them by the Hon. Mr. Sutherland, the Minister for Poblio Works. Tie supplies furnished by Mr. Sutherland included a quantity of the finest beef obtainable in Sydney, and a plentiful assortment of sweeimeate, cakes, biscuits, jams and fruits, in abundanoe. The grateful to tbe donor. Masonic Hall.— The glorious oratorio ' The Mea sUh' waa produced by Mr. Chizlett, at the Masonio Hall, on Saturday evening, to a refined and numerous audience. Too much credit cannot be gtvea to that gentleman for the admircble manner in which it wae brought forward. The principal artistes engaged were Miss Fleming, R.A.M., Miea KoBt«n, Mi. Smith, and Mr. Broadhnret. The soli and choruses ran admirably. A wish was unanimously expreesed that Mr. Chizlett's great excuions should be further appreciated in the muBioal world, and that before long he would bring forward ano...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

MELBOURNE. „._ ? _ .. . Friday night. ine juegwiauve .ueuncil, yeeterday, waited until midnight for a message from the Assembly, and «B it did not arrive adjourned until 4,30 p.m. to-day. The Assembly has agreed to eertain oonoeBselons in the Hunioipal and Shires Bilk, and have appointed a Committee to confer with flrmnml in nn»J to th* disagreements between the two Houses on the Land Bill. The Speaker was twice called upon to give a casting vete, the voting was eo oloee. The Governor has reoeived a telegram announcing the death of his brother, Vieoount Canterbury. Sir Henry succeeds te the title. The Parliamentary conference on the Land Bill is now being holden, and there ia every probability that the session will close tonight. Draper, fennerly aoeonntast of the Commercial Bank, has been remanded at the Felice Oourt on a charge of forging an accountable receipt for £1000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Australian Passenger Ship Ashore at Margate. Margate, November 4, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

An Australian Passenger Ship Ashore at Margate. Margate. November £. noon. About daylight this morning a large chip was descried shore on the Margate Eands. The sea was very rough and the wind blowing strongly from the N.W. The two life boats, the Quiver and the Friend of all Nation*, and ell the Margate luggers, at once nlit1. mir1 tn tha aOLlcffinnasif fkoefveni^ari alaiit tttIiiaIi In. about ami.easda half tiom the jetty head. Tier found the vessel to be the Swiftsure, of about 1400 tons, and bound from Melbourne, for London. She left tbe former port on the 9th August last, having on board a oargo of wool, several boxes of specie, and abont 120 passengers. Her oapiain'e name is Steckpool. Sbe vent ashore about hall-past 7 last evening, but as there did not appear to be any immediate danger she exhibited no signals of dittreei, The crew tried their utmost to get the vecsel off, bnt wihout eucceess, and on the tide falling they desisted. About helf-past 10 this morn, ing tbe lugger...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

Chbtbtmab Visitobs.— About eight hundred viaitore have arrived by sea this week. Me. Fetsb Geeik,— The frienda of this gentleman will be gratified to learn that, under the care of Uni Morson and Wright, he ii progressing very favourably, and his ultimate reuvery of Tiealth is only a matter of time. Ths broken thigh hat been Bet, and U all uibv iuo umiiuM gvMMGuivu van uceiro. jLtivy nopal tun in abont three week* Mr. Green will be eble to «t* crutches, and that in a few months he will be pa* feotiy convalescent — Maitland 3E*roary. Thb PantCB of Wakes Ofbba. Hodbb.— Undoubt- edlj the fiaeei pantomime ever witnessed in this oolony id that entitled 'Tom, Tom, tbe Piper's Son, and Miry, Mary, quite contrary, or Harlequin Piggy Wiggr, and the Good Ghild'a History ef; England,'- whioh was on Friday produced here with immense. Buocera, Tom, Tom, the Piper'e eon (Mr. George Leopold), ii, unfortunately like a great politioan and ox-member, addicted to a w«kn*w for rocKDg pin,, and geU into ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pere Hyacinthe and the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

Fere Hyacinthe and the Pope. Father Hyacinthe has left for the United States, where he arrived on Ootober 18 He intends returning to Paris towards the end of the year, by which time the (Ecumenical Council may be expected to havo entered on the real business before it. He left en the very day on whioh he bad been ordered by tbe Superior of the Carmelites to return to his convent. By tkie disobedience he incurs excommunication and other eccleeianioal penalties. The pastors of the Evangelical Churches of Boston have offered Father Hyacinthe a public reception. Pere Hyacinthe belongs to a family of the name of Loieon, more or less dis tinguished in aoademio and literary oircles. His father was rector of a college in the south of France; his brother is a professor of theology in the Sorbonne; his uncle, the beet known of the family, was a poet and politician, who died in the prime of life, and over whom Viotor Cousin pronounced a funeral oration — ' Adieu Cher Loison— tu ne m'attendras ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. The Eomlntlion for tbe electorate of Central Cumberland cam* off yaiierdt;, at Liverpool. Tbe hasting! were erected at the biofa of tbe Court-house aod fronting the railway. There appeared to be considerable lonil feeling in reference to the approa:hing eomeat, «nd b- mid-day a Urge Dumber of persons, in private vehicle!, carta, on hoiaeback, and on foot had avatmrjled together. The Biturnik-officer (Mr. A. t-. H'Dougall), at 12 o'clock read the eleoloral writ, and briefly addressed the ?leeiore preBent, exhorting them to accord each of tbe can didatea a fair and impartial hearing. and a happy New Yew— (hear, heex)— and hoped tbej maid fend the beBt men into Parliament. All the four candidates were nattrea, bat not Oil ire companion!. (Lsoghter.) He propoaed fctr. John Lackey— a gentleman in whom oe bad every confidence— so a fit and proper peraon to repremnl tbe caeolonte. Mr. JohnHodobon second**. Mr. Lackey had Btodied tbe agricultural intereale and voold do h...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

LO8T, on Sunday Night, Fart of a gold BEOOCH, in Park.street, at steps crossing B»oeceune, Beward. 131, Cwt!ereagh-street. WANTED— W A I T S B. TatteraaH'e Hotel. WANTED, beet Workmen, to finish wiled Bluober.. DADSWSLL'S, Kitg street, ? WASTED, the pnblio to know that tkey «n obtain Bniklut, Dinoer, or Te« for »&, ml A.BBOWH'8. Nemutleud Hunter Bivar Dlolng Boom., S3t, PitUtroat, two docn Tram HirketJtreel. 8np.rioi Board and Kealdeoea— 18». per waat. ? WANTED, everybody to know that the KOTAL BTANDABD HOTEL it open, near the Gtaften Wharf. F. MOKLKY, proprietor, late of tne 6.6. City of Neweistle. ANTED all who Bmoke, to try BAYWELL'B BOTAL NAVY TOBAOOO, declared by the thmnuids who ute it to be laperior to any other totMoo tbat wn be obtained. A weeVi supply {for Cd, at 4, Park-street. K.B.— Colonial Totaaco One Shilling per Ik ? W 'ANTED LADIES TO ENOW, Mrs. ? (aet Widow) WBLBH'B FEMALE HH£ reouve%]l, difiealtfe* To fcs had only at 848. OMkt- reauh-sti eet. near Lrreneol...

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Archbishop Manning. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

Archbishop manning^ Archbishop Manning, in 'all the glories of purple and ermine, has been preaching in the Pro Cathedral at Kecsiagton, and, in the process taking up the defence of the Pope's brief condemning tbe eighty errors enupcioted in the Syllabus Errorum, and espe- cially maintaining (he right, nay, the obligation, of the Holr Father to deoline all sympathy with ?' Liberalism, progress, and modern civilisation.' The Archbishop is scarcely in consonance even with tome who should think with him when he affirms that 'modem civilisation is a state of political society founded upon divorce, secular education, infinite divisions and contradictions in matters of religion, and tbe abtolntsrenunsiatioa of the eupreme tutherify of tee Christian Church.' A strike among tbe linen drapers' assistants in Paris obb taken place. About 4000 are believed to have come to a determination to hold out for twelve hours' work, and no work on Sunday. These two points sought to be gained by the shopm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

GOVERNMENT RAIL WAYS. I -_ GREAT SO0THERN, WESTEBN, and J U BIOHMOND LINES. I OEBISTuITbOIiIDATS. I EI0DB6I0N TICKETS, at a angle fare for the double journey, will be teased at Sydney to all stations j?ot beyond Psnamatta, and at »U stations to all interme diate stations beyond Parramatta, and all snob stations jj0 te Sydney, by the 5 p.m. train, on FRIDAY, the 24th hBT6 instant, and by all through trains on SATOED AY and tried MONDAY, the 25th and 27th instant. te an TICKETS issued for distances under fifty miles roetpi available for three dajB, and above that distance for nss8 one week. aaori JOHN SUTHERLAND, Hi Commissioner for BailwayB, pom Department Pablio Works, Railway Branch, apprx Sydney, Deoember 18th, 1669. a pw ? — as to GOVBKNMBKT RAILWAYS. M _____ M'Ut GSEAT SOUTHERN LINE. ale?- SPBOIAL EXODB8ION TBAOT TO GOULBUEN «* ANli BACK. wool TICKETS, I2» EACH. glU j _____ Sont! A Special Exoursion Train will leave Sjdneyon Bouti HtEDAY, the 24th December mutant, at 3 o'clock ~...

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The Tea Ship Race.—The Sir Lancelot Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 27 December 1869

The Tea Ship Race. — The Sir Lancelot Winner. The Clyde-built clippers Ariel and Lahloo were both reported in the Channel from Foo-Chow-Foo on October 2— the one being off Plymouth, and the other off the Eddystone. The Ariel (Courtney) was first to leave Chida this season, as she started on June 30th with 798,400 lbs. of tea. The Leander left on the following day, and the Lahloo (Smith), July 2nd. It                   is believed that the above ships came home by what is known as the "outside passage," neither of them   having been reported as having passed through the Straits. The Ariel and Lahloo were both built by Messrs. Robert Steele and Go., Greenock. The former is owned in London by Messrs. Shaw, Lowther, and Maxton, and the latter by Mr. A. Rodger, Glasgow. The Ariel, until this year, has oocupied a most prominent position in connection with the r...

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