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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Political. Frequent Cobinot meetings have been held of late, no doubt te discuss and determine tbe new Lan u if ill for Ireland. The Times and Oaily News have written lately as if tbev bad eome olne to tbe di-oieien whioh Ministers are likely to arrivo at; and the Times sug gests thit the Ulster tenant-right eyetem will! be ex tended to vie other divisions of ihe country. It stems almost impossible that this can be the case. Tenant right in Ulster is the right of an ont going tenant to sell the 'good will' of hit farm to his encoeesor, and the value ot this 'good-wili' must ot neceeiity fluctuate according to the amount of rent paid to the landlord, ds this approaches tbe full value of the land, the tenant right proportioi ately diminishes, and it is only in ene divieion of the country, Ulster, that any eoBeideraole diaorepanoy txiflts between the fall value of the land end the landlords ren*. Only there, consequently, oould anything in the- o&ture of UleUr 'tenant-right' be...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Queen and Royal Family. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

The Queen and Royal Family. The Queen has prolosged her etay in Scotland until November. Her Majesty left Balmoral on the 3rJ, in order to be present at tbe opening of tbe sew Black friars Bridge and the Holborn. Viaduot oa ihe 6th of November. Great preparations are being made far her receptien in the city, but (ho Queen's disposition to ' indispoatioH ' has eo frequently prevented her keep ing engagements for publio -:eremonialsthat it is by no means certain her Majesty's health will admit of her being present on this occasion. There was eome talk of the unemployed poor of London ranging themeelveB— or rather being ranged — in rows, two or three deep, along the route by which her Majesty weuld pise. It is understood tbat the intention has been abandoned (if it wae ever formed), but it is significant tbat np to the last day almost, it ie eaid to be uncertain from whioh direction the Queen will enter the oity. Tbe Holbern Viaduct w«s opened on Thursday, October 14, to fost paBiouger...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Failure of an American Meat-shipping Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Failure of an American Heat-shipping Enterprise. An experiment made in the City of Buenos Ayres of shipping fresh meat to Esgland has, we regret to say, not proved succesxfuL 'the eighty carcases which were put on board that vessel had to be thrown over board thirty days after leaving port, the meat having become putrid. This is hardly to be wondered at, as tbe means adopted for preserving it wire altogether inadequate. No discouragement need be felt, there fore, at this fleet failure, and there are rood rcBBons for believing that if tbe deeper-erated fibres, as well as tbe superficial, are thoroughly frozen, meat may be transported from touth America to this country, and be as free from arty taint of putiefaotion as when t was fiiet killed, The difficulty is how to ensure the thorough congelation of tbe juices of the meat through , out the voyage.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Bishop of Exeter. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

lhe New Bishop of Exeter. Great opposition has been raised to Dr. Temple s appointment to the Bishopric of Exster. In the firet beat of impulse, the most dieoordant parties in the Church joined in the opposition, which hag einoe rapidly btcome disorganised Lord Shafteebury. who is horrified at the appointment, has withdrawn from active opposition to it, and tbe edvetse force are caily losicg their regularity, and falling sway is numbers and lafluenoo The prospect of successful opposition to the appointment is altogether void; there is no chance of the Chapfer running tbe risk of martyrdom by exposing themselves te the awful penalties of pifflmuuire, and the Church itself iB divided against itself uj_on the subject- A reverend prebendary of Exeter vouchee, indeed, for Dr. Temple's exemplary fitness for the office; and though Dr. Pusey on one side, and the Ev&ngelioale on the other profess to be equally scandalised al the prospect of one of the writers in ' Essavs and I eviewa...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Look Out for Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Look Ont for Visitors There teems a chance of New Holland becoming, ere long, a favourite reBoit of tourists. In a recent advertisement in the Times, headed ' Trip to Australia,' a gentleman and his wife notify their wish ' to meet with five or six others, eo aa to make up an agreeable party for a tour of six or eight months to the prinoipal places of interest in Australia,' A voyage to the antipodes now-a-days is looked upon by numerous persons more lightly lhan a journey from London to York was ia the days of the (Stuarts. The advertise ment in question naively goes on to eay that, ' as it is indispensable that that those forming th'iB expedition ehonld be be euitoble to eaoh other, ic may save seme trouble to intimate that it will be composed exclusively of persoES of education sad lefinement, and of adequate means ; none of them to be very old or very crowhety, but all prepared to rough it good humouredly if oo:a eion should require.'

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Commercial, The holidays have caused a lull in boeiiess in wholesale circle' ; all that has bees reported has to do with artiolee of necessary consumption. Floor has given way considerably, the beet of Adelaide manu facture being offered at £12 per ton ; econds, £10 ; Oalifomian, £11 to £11 10s ; best old Adelaide wheat Si quoted at 5a to 6j 8d ; colonial (Dew) at Ss 6d te 4s ; Cape barley remains at 2s to 2s 8d ,'per bushel ; English, 2s 9d to 8s; bran, Is to Is Id; hay plentiful from the Hunter, lucerne teing offerei at 80s to 45s per ton; oaten, 80s to 60a; straw, 80s to 4fii. Onions are very plentiful, the beet being offered at 2s to 2s 91 per ewt, ; potatoes, 2s 91 to Ss, also in good supply. Farm prcdnee is also in abundance, Fowls, 2a 6d to 2s 91 per pair s daoke, 8a to 8i 3d ; SM9, 6s 6d to 6s 61; turkeys, 8; to 20s; eggs, 101 to 12d par dozen; baoon, 6Jd to 7k& par lb.; store pigs, Sid to 81 perlb.; o-.Ivm. 8s to 253; hides, 8id per lb.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visit of her Majesty to the City. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Visit of her Majesty to th City. On October 19, the Joint oommit'.eee appointed by the Corporation to make tbe neceBeary arrangements in connection with the approaching visit of her Majesty the Queen to the oity for tho purpose of opening the new Blsckfriars B:idga and the Holborn Viaduct, assembled at Guildhall, Her Majesty will make fecr entrance into the oily from tho South, on the occasion of opening Blaosfriare BridgennSaturday, November 6. It is understood that an address will be presented to her there, and also on the Holborn Viaduct. The old custutn of presenting tbo Hwoid of State to tbe Queen will be gone through. Affcr the ceremony of the day ie over, the Lord Mayor and Lidy Mayoress will give a dinner at the Mansion House.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FURTHER EXTRACTS BY THE MAIL. Fenian Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

FUUTHEB EXTRACTS BY TEE MAIL. Fenian Demonstration' ' A demonstration to secure the release of tbe Fenian convicts was held in Hyde Park on tbe 24th of October, but was in every uewe a complete- failure. After the well-bslan- ed letter of Mr. Gladstone, such a meeting became eheer impertinence, for no one could have expected that Ministers would stultify thun selves, and destroy public confidence in their judg ment and consistency, by withdrawing hastily from a position they bad with earliest deliberation determined to maintain. The chairman epobe temperately enough but tho ssme cannot be Eaid for some of the minor leaders, whose 'strong' language (and eome of it ie repor'.e j to have been very strong) was nevertheless not potent enough to excite any entbiriasm or sympathy in their andience. The feeling of the country is quite decided npon this question ; and if they released the Fenian coavicls, the Ministry would not stand a week after Parliament met, great as Mr. Gladstone's majo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY.—DECEMBER 28 [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

i DIABY.— DrcF-iBEB 28 e*aj^; :**« | Moon j Hi?h vVlt«' a^ !??}-«?; :^. j fofe. { K^m^ b.m i !t.m ; h,m, I b,m. I h,m I h.m, 4,50 : 1 7-13 i 1,16p.m. j 1.50cm | 8.6 | 3.43 Dec -Moob'b LaBt Quarter -26th 12h.38.3ai. p.m, TUBSD4Y? DECEMBBB 28, 1869.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest from New Zealand. TE KOOTI MAKING FOR THE WAIKATO. EXPECTED ATTACK UPON THE KING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Latest from New Zealand. IB KOOTI MAKING FOB THE WAIKATO, EXPECTED ATTACK UPON THE KING FaETY. We have Auckland news to the 21st instant. It is evident, from the following telegram that Te Kooti is determined to bring matters to an issue : — Alexandra, December 20, 2 SO p.m. Te Kooti is within twenty five miles of Tokanga mutu. His intentions are not known. Kertopa has joined him The force altogether, con sists ?£ 400 men. They are said to be undecided at present, whether to attack tie King party st Tokanga mutn. Great excitement prevails arsons; the Kingitee, and preposals have been made to shoot Te Kooti. A telegram from Picton, December 16, report that on tbe previous day a heavy storm, with strong light ning, which was followed immediately oy terriSs o'ape of thunder, oame on here. Mr, Oonnolly, the well fcaown barrister-at-law, with mast of his family, was in the verandah, being just about to leave it, when the lightning struck tke bouse, carried away part of the roof, shattere...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence, This Day. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Tfelegrapticlntelligeace, This Day. ? -?*- ? MELBOURNE, Monday Nisht, The members of the Conf.-ranoe between the two Houees of Parliament brought up their report at 1 p'rlook on Saturday moraing, and both Houeoa then adjourned nnil Tuesday, at soon. The Legislative Council has yielded on eleven points of disagreement, and the Assembly hes given up five , there is con sequently every probability that the Land Bill will pass before the Sereion oloees. Tremendous storms of wind and duet took place yesterday, To-day, however, the weather was fine, and as sports were b:-ing held everywhere, the bseintss establishments were aU'olosed. The English pedestrians ezeroised a little at the Melbourne Crioket Ground yesterday. Bird did twenty-three miles daring the day, and hie style of running is muoh admired.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coroner's Court—This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Coroner's Court— This Day The inquest upon the body of a man named William Grahame, which was yesterday adj ;urned to this day, was this mcrning resumed at tho Obrerver Tavern, Lower George-street, she evidence showed that de ceased was a married man, and was aged about eixty five years, and had left six children. He was a native of Scotland. He had been separated from his wife for tao last twelve months. He had been ^cus toms d to ill-treat his wife, aud was bound over to keep the peaoo towards her, some time ago. He was a drunken person, and it was wnen he was intoxicated that he used to illtreat his wife, On Friday last his wife went to tho Ciroular Quay to eae deceased, and then accused bim of having entered her house the night previous and taking 17s. di. She aaked him to return the money and he refused, eaying he would oome up tbat night and eee her He did not then oome, but did eo on Saturday afternoon, about calf -pant 3 o'clock He went into the yard drunk, and biB wife went...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PORT MACQUARIE. Tuesday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

PORT MA0QUABIE. Tuesday, noon. The final state of the poll for the Hastings eleotorate, 83 deolared by the Returninz-offioer, is as follows: — Dean ... ? 474 Smith ? 444 Flett ? 808 Fowter ? 265 Bagar ... ... ... 2 Mr. Horaoe Sean was therefore deolared to be duly eleeted. Mr. Smith protcs'.ed against the legality of the eleotion.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Execution of Archibald. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Execution of Archibald. (From the Rockhampton Bulletin, December i3.) At 8 o'clock yesterday morning tho ]a»t scnUnco of ths law was carried out en Altxander Aj-shibaW, in Eoekhampton gaol. About a quarter before 8, the pri son bell began to toll, and the mourntul procoeeion moved from the condemned cell to the enclosure where the aosffold stood. A considerable number of persons — about 100— bad assembled to witness tie execution, The condemned man walked into the enclosure firmly and calmly, his eye* wandering over the familiar faoes fathered round the ecaff )id; 1 here was a losk of resig nation on hie features froe from any biavsdo, and his demeanour thr^B^bout wee that of one who submitted calmly to hU fate, and was prepared to accept it with fortitude and Christian reignation. The Eev. Mr. Carson talked besido tho pri ?oner, wading tins fanerel service. Bshind came the Kevl Mr Jenkyn and the Eev. Mr. Hartley, and the gaol cfrioiuls. Archibald wile dressed in a dark tweed tuit. ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Father Htaotnthe, according to the news received by the laBt mail, continues to oooupy a verj prominent position in the vi ew of the world. In Europe and America many are enthusiastio in his praise; and even the reproaohes of those who censure him have as yet more ot respect man DiuernesB in tnem. At present he avows, in the faoe of all the influenoes brought to bear upon him, that he will remain a Oatholio all his life, and that he will persevere in the work of reform. Traditional ideas on both sides are against him. The Protestants who seek to honour him in America assure him that the work of reform oan never be aooomplished within the Church to which he clings; and his own ecolesiastioal superiors assure him that no reform is needed, while some clerical organs already stigmatize him as a heretic for having spoken and aoted as he has done. It is well that public attention should everywhere be culled to his oharaoter and positiou ; because, for a time at all events, his words and a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

PABBAMTTA AND BIVI STEAMEB6, At about Half the Kailway Bates. : FtomKinp-atreet— 7, 9, U, 1, 3, 5. Fzom Parramatta - 6.50, 7 30, 9, il, 1, 3, 5. Calling at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvile, Nee Poi Ejde, Newington, Ermington, Subiaos. Ohildres — Saloon return, 6d only; : ^^^ jlt b. a. & m. o c rffinJ^B SYDNEY TO THB HOTTKE. T0-M0BB0W (Wednesday) NIGHT, at 11, t ; MOKPpTH, NKWOA8TLE TO 8TDNEY. TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, at 10, t OITI OF NEWCASTLE. T, J. XH0HA8, Manager, Offioee, lootrfiMwksUtiwt. a\5L HHH& ?iU6'i.'s5i&.*.;*olAi ggEBRl^. SL ST3AK NAVIGATION 001! gPP^W^j?AHY'fl STEAMSHIPS— TO HUNTER BIVSB. OOoNANBABA,ToNigbr, Tu-eday, at 11. TO MKLBOOBNK. BANGATAP.IA This Afternoon, Tuesday at ISO TO AUCKLAND. AU0KLAM), on or abont Friday, 14th January T-- BBlBBAIfK. CITY OF BRISBANE, To-Morrow Aftsrnooi Wednesday, at 8. 10 MABYBOBOUGH. BLACK SWAN. 48 hours after arrival TO BOO -f HAMPTON VIA GLADSTONE. JAMES PATEB80N, This Afternoon, Tuesday, at 5 i'n-SlHi, i±. xE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS—December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

»t)ipping. AEBIVALS— December 27. AuBevmr, schooner, 188 tone, FirLh, from Mary borough 15th instant. Passengers— Messrs. Fax. and Jones, Captain, agant. Marquis of Argvle, ship, €30 tons, M'Keown, from Melbourne. Laidley, Ireland, and Co., agents. H.I.M. steamer Marceau, 2 guns, from New Cale donia. Captain, agent. December 28. Auckland, steamer, 850 tons, Bliok, from Auckland 21st Instant. Passengers— Mrs. Warren, Messrs. F. Hint, J. Dwysr, A. Levi, Kinsman, Reynolds, M'Der mott, Walters, Barker, and 20 in thest«race; also, Lieutenant A- J. Joctesn (18th B.I.), Assietmt Sur geon Edward O'Connel, Medical Staff; 42 men, 1 woman, and 2 children of the 18th Boyal Irish. i)andenong, steamer, 575 tone, Pain, from Melbourne 84th instant Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford, Kr. and Mrs. Davis, Miss Talfcrd, Miss Butherford, Ilia, Burton and ohild, Captain Eioh, Messrs. Younjr, I* Boy, Button, and 14 in the steerage. W. H. Smith and Co., agents. Baldutha, steamer, 272 tons, Wall, from Book...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Tb- Ballook — We are authorised to state that the balloon, whioh was to have gone np from Botany yes terday, will ascend from the Domain on New Teat's Day, free to the psblie-eubjeot only to the repairs feeing completed— of whioh doe notice will be given |B f ntue advertisement, Ikwots.— The City Coroner yesterday held an inquest, at the Sportsman's Arms, Botany-road, upon the body ef a sale infant, ages' three years, named William M'Kenna. eon of Patriot M'Keuna, a black outh, residing at Waterloo. From the evidence it appeared that deceased accompanied hie mother on Christmas day to visit a Mr. Boyoe'e house. Shortly after tbeit atrival, deceased went into the backyard wane a hansom cab was standing, the shafts held up by a prop. The child'e father oame to the honee about twenty minster afterwards, and, going into the yard, discovered deceased lying under the front part of the cab, which tested Upon the baok of his neek. His head waa hinging ae though the neck was broken, and it a...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

The Treasury, New Sonth Wales, 7th December, 1869. PATMENT OF BKNT OF BUNS. HOLDEE8 of Buds in the 2ni Glass Settled and Unset led Dietttots, aie reminded tbat by the 26th clause of the Begulatioas under the Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861, the rents of all runs must be paid on or before the Slet instant Persons tendering payment will be required to state tbe Lessee's Dams, district, and name of ran. The practice hitherto prevailing at the Treasury of checking lists of rocs will be discontinued, the necessary information having sow been published in pamphlet form, copies of which can be obtained hers or at the Government Printing Offioa at a obarge of Is. 6d. each. SAUL SAMUEL. Department of Lands, Sydney, 21-it December, 1869. PABI8H ROADS.— Notioe is hereby given in oonfoimity with the provisions of the Aet 4th William IV. No. 11, that, do objections having been made to tho proposed opening of the Parish Soads mentuned in the annexed sohedule: his Excellency the Governor, with ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

In the Estate of the late Mr. Mark Davis, deceased. MR. S . PHILLIPS has reeeived instrno:ions to Bell by oublic auotion, on the Prentices, Liverpool-street,' near Elizahelli-Btreet, on TH0KSDAY, the 30th instant, at half past 10 o'clock, The whole of hie household f urnitaie. S»e partisul&rs in future iseue. 8. PHILLIPS, Auotioceer, Zlng-Btreot. SYDNEY UNITED LABOURERS' BENEFIT 8OMETY (No. 2)NOTICE. Tho Quarterly MEETING of the above Lodge will bs held THIS (.Tueeday) EVENING. EOBEET INWOOD, Eeoretary. SYDNEY SECUL4.E SOCIETY— A MEETING every WEDNESDAY EVENING, at6 p.m., at 392, EtiEabetb-Btreer, corner of Oimpbel: street, Haymarket. Traih seekers are earnestly invited. Subject for diecusuea To-morrow Evening: 'Wat Jesus Christ a perfect a an ? THE SURKY HILLS WESLEYAN PENNY BANE will be OPEN foi business on FRIDAi* EVENING, the 81st iaatant, afte. which it WILL be CLOSED until SATUEDAY EVENING, 15h January, 1870. rpHB ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS, JL December 23, ONE BHILLING. ...

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