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

COMMERCIAL. The oondition of tbe Money Market for some time after the despatch of the last mail, wae one of groat ease ; the demand was very small, and good bills were were readily taken at 2£ to Sf por oent. Indications wete not wanting, however, that this state of things would sot continue , at the end cf October the rate sensibly hardened, and in consequence of withdrawals of gold to p»y for heavy aud continuous reoaipts of grain, and for tbe new Portuguese loans, together with a prospect of farther calls from Holland and else where, the bank directors raised the official minimum from 24, at whioh it had etood sinoe the 18th of August, to 3 per cent. No disposition has been shown in the open market to negotiate at lower terms, 'and even short loans on Government securities are not ob tainable at leeB than 2ito 8 par cent. Colonial Government securities quote as folio wb: — New South Wales Five per Cent. Bonds, 1888-96, 101 to 10U; New Z .aland Five per Cent. Consolidated Bonds. 9...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Smithers and Loxton.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

WaTEB POLICE COURT. (Before Mo trs, Smitbers and Loxton.) A number of inebriates were punished John O'Dee and W. M'Mshon were charged with riotous behaviour ot Watson'd Bay yesterday. It appeared that the prisoners, who bad had an extra glass infhonour of the holiday tesion, had fallen oot and commencEd fighting. Senir constable Perie and con stable White interfered and endeavoured to make them desist, but tbey violently assaulted the polioemen, and O'Dee tore a portion of Perie's uniform. O'Dse was fined 10s, for the riotous behaviour 20. for assault ing tbs constables, and 85s. for the injuries to the uniform; M'Mahoii was fined 30a. for the double assault. Mar a Eeev», caarged with vagrancy, was sent ts gaol lor three months. John Wilson and Thomas Biobards, t»o seafaring men, were charged with having committed an aggra vated assault upon Michael Stack. Constable fioyd deposed that he saw the prisoners about 2 o'olook on the mernine ef the 25th, in Lower George-street They were v...

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

AM AT/BTBALIA5 ADAENTUEE, His recent excesses, together with tbe agitation, shame, and remorse tbat ensued upon discovering hie wife, had been too mooh for the moVs enfeebled con st i to tion, and he was seized with delirium tremenB. . Towards evening on tbe second day he recovered his sense?, slept quietly during tbe night, and on the thiid day he teemed restored, and with tears in bis eyes, thanked bis poor wife for her love aid gentle ness; yet tbe raviogs ha ottered daring his lever had lefi a painfnl impression upon his mind, Stra.ige . words had esoapedthe lips of tbe aiok man : in his ravings he had accused himself of a crime. Naturally, j the poor woman, Witching io oare and anxiety by his ; bed'side, could noc alearly understand the uccnsiiion, which filled her heart with anguish. ' When her hatband reoovered his eeBjes, ehe re quested to know what it was that -weighed upon his mind, and gave his dreams that fearful and horrible oolooring. With downcast eyes and pale cheeks...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JACK LOUDEN, OR LIFE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

JACK LOUDEN, OB LIFE IN THE BUSH. 'Not Miller?' repeated ba, with an eiprenion almost oi leu—' end yon ?' Bat the woman did not refd.T. With trembling band she drew him away from under the dark trees to the light vrhiob was barBiog on the table. There sbe tnrsed round, ani looked at his fora few seconds with fixed gaze. Suddenly »be she lethia arcs go. bnried her face ia her hanaa, and sank upon her knees against the ohair, Bobbing aland. ' Lsuiaa !' exclaimed tbe stranger, holding himself by tie t»ble~' my wife! my obild!' The woman did net answer; she bent over the chair, and her whole frame quivered convulsively. She kept sobbing, unable to utter a word. ' Ib that my father, mamma f' timidly wbispored the little one in ber ear, ' (or whose return I prajed every evening V ' Tea, my child,' said the woman, ' May I not go to him aid give him a kisB, namma?'' said the child^laying ber little head a^inst her Bother's cheek. Slowly and timidly the child went to ber father, who still re...

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

BOXING DAY AMUSEMENTS. Boxing Day, as usual, was cpkbnled as an almost general holiday, end as far as ws have heird, passed oft *ith the greatest conviviality, no serioa ^ accidents i« life or limb having ooourred at the various plaoes of amusement* opened to ths public. The thermometer was, however, at blcod heat, and it is to be noted with regret that some of the athletes at the out-door sports were ee eeriocsly affected by the almoBt tropical tempe rature, ts to fall intn swoons from over^exertion. Dawn the harbour also, the heat wgs intense, acd many persons who had visited Athel Gardens, Oremorne.aHd other picturefque nooks of Port Jackeon, le'nrnrd at an early period, completely overcome bv the host of the Bun. The annual pionics of the Naval Brigade and the Firemen were numerously attended, and the majority of visitors to Balmoral and Clontarf remained till the evening dews were falling. ALBEBT GBOCND ATHLETIC SPOBTS. To the Albeit ground at an early hour yesterday morning th...

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

HooKBtK *«»?.— The house of Mr. W. I. Baker, olerk of fit MiohaalN Ohuroh, Barry Hills, situate at at the corner of Arthur and Bawling straeto, opposite Moore Park, was feloniously entered by mine person or nernons unknown, durinirthe Bbssnoeof Mr. and Mrs. Baksr, who left the premises sbout 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot yesterdsy (Boxing Say), and re turned again about half-put 8 in the afterneon, whin they found the front door open, the floor strewed all over with clothing from the drawers and boxes whioa had been carefully raneaoked lor booty. On examina tion it appeared that the front window had been omt, and the hasp forced bask, thus affording the means of egress to the thieves, Tk» blinds were all down, and einseouently passers by would be unable to judge whether there was any one in the house. Ths partite appeared to bave enjoyed themselves thoroughly, u they ate a large apricot pis, and a quantity of oranges and other fruit It would seem that the priaoipal ?bjeot of the via...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings - This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M.) BRUTAL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

Police Proceedings -This Day CENTRAL POLI0E OODET. (Before Captain Soott, P.M.) SBDTAL A89ACLT. Micbael Oarrell and George Munroe were brought before the Court by eergeant M'&eogh, ohareed with violently aeeau'.tiag oue Joseph Iffiand. Prieonen have several times been remanded in ooneequtnoe of the illne=o of tbe proseoutor. On the 16 h December four davs after the alleged violence, believing that be was abeut dyinir, and having no hopes of life, Oaptain Scott, P.M,, attended him, and he then made a declar ation, The prisoners were both committed to take their trial at the next Quarter Sessions. Messrs. Sly and Thompson appeared lor the prisoner Carroll. A fail report of the case will appear to-morrow.

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

SPORTS AT BOTANY. Never probably injthe annals of Botany haB eo large a crowd of visitors assembled at that favourite holiday resort as appeared there yesterday. The attractions were decidedly great, and the programme lengthy and diversified. Most likely, however, the magnet whioh drew the majority of the pleasure seekers thither was the balloon ascent, which has for come little time past been a source ot considerable interest and comment. At a very early hour a large mob was in waiting at the comer of Xing Bad Pitt streets, and the omnibuses, as soon as they made their appearance, were charged and loaded in double quick .time. ' As the morning wore on, however, the expectant multitudes were usable to obtain Beats in thoee vehicles, for large numbers «f people repaired to the stand* at Wynyard bquare and elsewhere and chartered tin omnibuses, or w crawled them within and without, that ereo the wiMrapuItrai drinn were unab'e to announce that there was yet 'plenty of roem' for those w...

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

NAHRABBI. Monday. GWYDIB ELEOTION. The following returns have been received: — DflBgir. Sharp, Wee Waa ? 29 ? 0 Pillage ? 40 ? 0 Millie ? 14 ? 8 Walgett ? 10 ? 0 Palamatawa ? 15 ? 0 Danger's return is considered certain. A fearful thnndentorm passed ever Nartabri this aftsrnoon.— Herald,

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAITLAND. Tuesday. THE ELECTORATE OF THE WILLIAMS [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

MAITL4ND. Tuesday, The Elkotoeate of the Willuicb The nomination for the above took place yesterday, at Dangog. Mcs?ra. John Howlan, W. B. Mnllen, — O'Brien, late oaodidate for Northumberland, aed Win. Watson, were proposed. Tae show of hands was declared by the Eeturning-Offioer to be is faveur of Mr. Nswlan.

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

France. We sketched, is our last summary, [he state of patties in France, and explained the reasons why it wsb supposed that tbe 26th of October mieht bring on tenons disasters. It i;ats?d quietly, however. The more advanced opposition, the Irreconcileable?, had the sense to perceive that at such a time, nothing could scrco the purpose of Imperialism bo well ae a revolt ct demonstration that should give it an opportu nity sf ' eaviog foeiety,' and of thus effecting tho double purpose of thrusting back the ehampiobB of liberty, and of enrolling ogaioet them all those whose interest are bound up with the conservation of order Therefore, eome twenty of the most determined among them signed a declaration thet they would not go to tbe Chamber on the 26th, but that wbea the Assembly ehonld meet, the Government should be called to account for the fresh insult to the nation, tbe postpone ment of tuch meeting until the 29th November, a post ponement which they insiBted was a violation of whi...

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 — 28 December 1869

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED, EUetoratei, Namet of Membtrt, Newcastle ? fO. A. Lloyd Baet Sydney ? H. Parkes ? Sir James Mertin ? D Baohanan ? t&- King Peddington ? «Hon. J. Sutherland Oiqieuoe ? *T. Bawden West Sydney ? J. Weatne ? *Hon. J. Robertson ? W. 0. Windeytr ? tW. Speer Northumberland ? *Dr. Brookes Marrumbidgee ? *W. Macleay Newtown ? *3. 0. Brown Gibe ? fO W. Allen Argyl ? '*E Butler Goulburn ? *M. Alexander The Ntpean ? J T. Eyan Eiama ? E, Parkes IUawarra ? *J. Osborne Wollombi ? *J. EcWord Oamden ? tA- Onslow ? »J. Morrioe Shmlhaven ? 'l.Uamtt Eden ? E. Clarke Braidwood ? ?M.W.Kelly Orange ? *Hon. S.Samuel Balranald ? ?}. J. Pbelps The Hunter ? *J. DiUon West Macquarie ? E Webb Psttorson ? fW. M. Arnold East Maitlnnd ? ?Alex.Dodds The Upper Hunter ? *A. Bell Madgee ? f&f. H, Stephen Parramatta ? James Bymca ? J. 8. RiraeU Morpeth ? James Oampbell Narellan ? ftajph I^ary Lower Hunter ? B. Wisdom Oarooar ? *B Driver The Hawkeebary ? *H. Moses ? W....

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

Official Changes. At home Here tave been eome Ministerial chances, but they are not of much co&eequence, Mr. Ayrton, Joint-Scoritary for the Treasury, wsb found to work eo inharmonionelr wi'h hie colltagne, Mr. Glyn, and is so little an ? bject of admiration by Mr. Lowe, that it was necetsiry to move him. Hu has bean made Chief CoiLBiieEioner of Works, and Mr. Lsrsrd is tent ont as our Minister to fcpain. His disf-oation is not ef a conciliatory tind, but at present it is difficult to see what qaesiion o»n ailse berween us and £pain which an tnvor csh convert into a quairel. Bnt bis removal from lhe poet of ^dile of London, baB ex cited regn.t, for, as Lord Klnhc, in an earnest appeal en ihe eubjict says, Mr. Layard is tbe only man wbo has ever filled tbat ? iluation, wbo has had aoy real knowledge of an ; ccd though bitberlo he has been hindered by bis colleagues from doiag much for tha adornment of the capital, there were bopes that he would be enabled to do aomeihing Mr. ...

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

COOMA. Monday evening. The nomination of u member to represent the electoral district of Manaro took plaoe to day. Mr. Crrahame (the late member) and the Hon. the Post maeter-Oeneral were nominated. The enow ot hands was largely in favour of Mr. Eg'an, and a poll was demanded whioh will taEe plaoe on the 4tb proximo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Threatening Fenian Placard in London [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

The Threatening Fenian Placard in London (From i4e Globe, November 8.) A handbill, of which the following is an exaot copy, was pasted in enndry places of the metropolis last night :— 'TO ALL FENIANS. ' VIVX Ll BCFDBLIQVE ! 'The Queen will visit the City in state on Saturday, and on th»t day she will be shot. She seldom gives a ebance. Tho opportunity won't bo lost, ' GO1- SAVE IBELAND.' Now, we do not eay that any great importance is to be attached to so imbecile a proclamation as this; but it should prompt her Majesty's Ministers to an ex amination more anxious than they have hitherto made of the peculiar responsibility whioh seems to preES upon them at the present juncture. The license of treason has surely been carried far enough in this country ; ard it ie becoming an urgent question whether it ought not to be (checked, There are a number of people in every large city who bave a vested interest in disorder. Wise statesmen are agreed that all wanton ttempts (o repress these dang...

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

European Affairs* ..-' Other continental nations nssy be dispcEed of in a paragraph. The Pope is occupied almost night and day with the detailB of the (Ecumenical Conncil - his Holiness tmoking many oigera while working out tbe arrangements. His great difficulty now eeeme to bo in the faot that go enotmous is the area of the place of assembly tbat few possessed of a voice less magnificent than bis o«n will bs heard. But vre aesume that infallibility will be able to arrange a question of ocousticp. Fatber Hyacinthe has been condemned, and bas fled to New York, where he has been ' inter viewed' by journalists, end probably wishes himeelf in a quiet convent cell. The Bnltan, as we said, bas been entertaining the Empiesn. with such Buootss that she has named him Solyman tbe Magnificent, and has declared that she has passed a week in a delightful dream. It is now confidently eaid that the bultan will attend the opening of the Canal. There is revolt in Dalmatia, besides the Adriatic, and ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From the Daily News. November 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

[from the Daily Newt. November 4.) In contemplation of tbe approaching visit of the Queen to the city, eome miscreants have been placarding London with sn announcement — half prophecy, half threat— which ie evidently intended to cause distress to many of her Majesty's loyal eabjects. The authors of this dietardlv proceeding pretend to connect their atrocious designs with Irish patriotism. We believe they are as hypocritical aB they are cruel, and that they have only intended to infiiot as much pain at as little risk as possible. The Queen will be tbe gueBt of the loyal Oity of London next Saturday, and we pity the wretch who may dare to insult her in the presence of her people. A Tory contemporary, while recognising the imbecility of this Fenian pro - olomation, exprrsees the opinion that 'it should prompt her Majesty's Ministers to an Examination more anxious than they have hitherto made of the peculiar responsibility which seems to press upon them at the present juncture.' We do n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(From the Daily Telegraph, November 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

{Fsom the Daily Telegraph, KovmUr I.) By an evening paper mott unmerited prominence woe latt nifbt given to a silly plaoard, addressed to all I'enianB, with thetbjectcf koeping alive the decaying belief in the power of the Ftnian Society. The b-*% course would have been to take no notice of a bravado, the burthen of which need net further be mentioned. Unfortunately it has received ench publicity ae oan be friven by onr contemporary; and it is made the theme of s lecture to the Prime Minister which, if not very pointed, is at least full of the rpirit that means to be offensive, and succeeds in being ineolen.. Things aie oomicg to & pretty puee when, beca-jeeecme Fenians put forth a placard ae sillv as it ie e editions, tl-e Piime Minister is aocUEed of dallying with treason. The Fenians are we 1 aware that tho truth is fsrotheraief. Notwithstanding the demands made by a large portion of tbe Irish people, the Fenian conviots have not been set free; and their friends cuteide t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 28 December 1869

BIBTH. On the 24fli instant, at her residence, St Jolin E-terrioe, Glebe, the wife of Mr. Thomas Weet, oft son. HA.RK1AGES. On (he 20th instant, bj the tte?. Dr. Fullerton, George Samuel, nfthsonofMr. Thomas Bacot, to Annie, fourth daughter of Mr. John M'M«Bter On ths 21st instant, by special license, at St. Andrew's Cathe dral, by the Very Rev. the Dean 9f Sydney, Irwin William, eldest sonoftbelats William Davis Wilson, vic»r of Farringdon, Berks, England, to 6elim, only daughter ofthalate Andrew Lindsay, Esq., of Summerville, Ryde, Parramatta River, and step-daughter of J. H. North, Esq., of this city. No cards. DEATHS. On the £5lh lnsUnt, at the residence of hie parents, Ultimo. Rowland, the youngest son of Samuel Bndbmy, aged IS On the 25'h instant, athia residenoe. Railway-place, George Henry Edwards, native of Cireneesler, Gloucestershire, England, and beloved fauW of Mrs. George Jones, Burnett-street, Itedfern.aged 62 years. On the 2'th instant, at Chelsea CoUage, Hosldng-str...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEE IMPRESS OF THE FRENCH AT CONSTANTINOPLE. Constantinople, Wednesday, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

THE IMPRESS OF THE FRENCH AT CONSTANTINOPLE. ? OonBUntinople, Wednesday, OotoberSO. Tbe Empress Tut come and has gone, and her !«ei words yesterday on parting from the Sultan wen, ' I have Men for a week past dreaming a splendid dream.' It a nets mortal msy gnete at the working Of the nind of contemporary Royalty, it Tould not bt an improbable cenolHBion that the life of the Empress Bag«nie finds its hichsst eatisfacticn in a Certain graoions and graceful magsifioenoe, where she may play the part of a grand dame eurronnded from BJorrjtrjg to night by toiling worshippers, and mate them heppy with tweet and dainty phrases. The Eaprces trriTet this day wetk. It was a beautiful day. OoasUntinople,cr at least ^he Franks, of Oon atantinople, poured ont on the 6ea ef Harmon to meet the augnst traveller. The Messsgeriesllmperiales eeot omt ? eteamer oovared with holyday maters. The ordt *ary tteameM of tie Boaphorna wen diverted from thnr rsgular eerrioe and were crowded. Ali the ettuntags ...

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