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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

CsBINET and UPHOLSTERY MANU FAOTOBY, ud FUBKITOBE WABEHOUSE, 15, Jamison-stieet, at the rear of the London Chartered Bank R. CABTER (late of Laweon and Carter) begs to inform bit frlenda and the cuelomeie of the late firm, that be has ton mescod bnsiness ODtals own aooeunt, at tbe above address ((be premises formerly ocooplrd fcy L and C, and for many years known b» Hont'g Cabinet Warehouse). A large stock of Drawing, Dining, and Bedroom Furniture on hand, for BALE atlow t'rloei, to meet the tlmei. Partial tarnishing are rupMtfally solicited to c»U andinspeot the stook before mating their purchases elsewhere. (V* Note the address 16, Jamisons itreet. BONE DUST— FOE SALE, the finest PULVERISED, in any quantity, from ibe West Maitknd Boss Hills, at £5 per too, bags included. SAMUEL fBIESTLY, 139, SuBsei-street. DB. SOUTHAM'S GOUT «-c-3 BHEU MATIO FILLS, a safe and simple remedy, an atrongly recommended ; they give immediate relief, andenre in a few dryt. Prepared only by TV. FB&am...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shocking Tragedy near Hounslow. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

Shocking Tragedy near Hounslow Yesteriay a shocking tragedy was enacted near Hotinelow, the victim being a gentleman of position and considerable infiuenc in the neighbourhood f ituate midway between Twickenham and Hcucslow is Ibe quiet little village of WtittoD , containing but a very fe-r houc.es, but well known as the sits of the Royal Military College of Husio, Katller Hall. A great deal of tbe small bouse property in tbe.namlet is owned by a Jewish family darned Kjezor, the p iocipal of whom, Mr. Louis Kyeior, was the representative of hie pariih on the Twickenham Local Board, Qaarter master Sergeant of the, local Volunteer Corps, and a soppirtfr of most of the institutions of the adjacent townB of 'Hounslow, Twickenham. Isleworth, and Brentford. He was a men popular with the people, because of hi3 enorgetio advocacy of whit he designated 'justice to the working people.' His speahes deliierel at tha various public gatherings were always animated, and at times extremely humourou...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Banker Murdered by his Partner. A MYSTERY CLEARED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

A Banker Murdered by his Partner* A. MTBTEBY CtiBABBD DP. On Buadsy, the 5th instant, Mi, Herbert Field, of the firm of Yanderpool and Field, bankers, Manietee, Uiohagso, suddenly disappeared. He left fcnmein the morning, promising his auet, with whom he resided, that he would return in a short time, Mr. Field and hie partner had previously had seme mis understanding and difficulty about bosineBS matters, and en the prsvioue evening had been engaged until a late hour in settling their affairs. Mr. Field was about to withdraw his capita!, and Mr. Vanderpool was to continue the business, ecsuming the liabilities and taking the assets of the bank. At this time there 8?emB to have been mutual distrust between the two men, bo much so that Mr. Field carried bis revolver home with him, M he told hu aunt, because he was ef raid Vanderpool would attampt violence upon him. On Sunday, the 6th, they mat at the bank to complete the evidence of the settle ment of ths previous night. They ware clo...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Catastrophe on Board H.M. Gun Vessel Thistle. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

The Catastrophe on Board HJff. Gun Vessel Thistle. The dreaaful cataetrephe whioh happened on Wed nesday afternoon, the 3rd November, on boards her Majesty's gun vessel Thistle, £39 caused, as might be expected, a vast amount of sorrow throughout the Isle of Sheppey. By it many families have bsec thrown into mourninc- and dire distress. Such an occurrence, under each circumstances, hta not hap pened on board one of her Msjestyfe vessels of war within the memory of msn, and it is almost needless: to add that the greatest astonishment is felt smosg the naval officials at this pert ae to its cause. Those who could have given the neoeesary information are dead, and tbe cause can only bs surmised. Of rumours thete are plenty, but there is nothing reliable as yet ascertained, From a painstaking inquiry, in proee muting ' whioh the greatest assistance was afforded bv the orineieal officers of the dock yard, our correspondent learnt that the Thistle, a double-eorew composite gin veeBel, of ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

. - BIBTHS. Oc the 7th instant, at her residenoe, 431, Llioipool-slreet, Dailinghnrst, Mrs. D'AnietU, of a boh. On tie 19th Instant, at her residence. Botany Boad, Bedfem, the «ife of S. O'Connor, of a sou, Btillbom. On the 19lh instant, fit Newcastle, Mrs. Hobbs.of a daughter. On the 24Ui instant, at her residence, C»,Prioc«-8treet, Mrs. JL- S. Appleton, of a son. On the Slit Instant, at her residence, 13, Myrtle-street, the wife of Mr. A. Boach, of a bod. On the 25th instant, at BookharaptOD, Mrs. F. L. Barker, of a On the 26th instant, at her residence, 191, George-street, Mrs. W. Flynn, of a daughter. DEATHS. On the 8th October, at Horstead House, Norfolk, Apollonia Mary Blwin, wife of Hastings Eltrin, Esq. On the S5th instant, at No. S3, Bailmj-piace, George Henry Edwards, Entire of Cirenoester, Gloucestershire, England, aged 82 years, for muy years messenger in the Surveyor-General's office, Sydney, leafing a wife and family and a large circle of friendg to mourn their loss On...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Party Riots in Ireland Dablin, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

Party Biots in Ji eland (From tht Times Comspondent.) Dublin. November 4. The affray at Drnmatura has excited a strong feel ing of indignation in the locality, not unmingled with alarm list the angry passions whioh have hitherto been smouldering should burst fotth in some more eerions outbreak of party violence. Different versions of the occurrence are as ueual inxirculatioa, it is impossible to collect the facts with perfect acenracy, and we can only strike a balance of probabilities between conflict ing statements. It in admitted that there was a pro cession, consisting of floman Catholios with green banners, which left Beltnrbet in the moroiDg. in oars and on foot, for Oavan, a distance of seven miles. Their numbers are variously estimated at from 800 to 500C. It wae headed by the Boman Catholic olergy, and as one of the -speakers at the meeting observed, the whole demonstration wae oon fined to one patty, the Protestants taking no part in it, A correspondent of the Express, who ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

MART.— Decembeb 29. Bu Ba| Koo. Von S*h WfctWl Mm Srt»,| Biw, Brit. MeM.|^.H h bl I h,m. I h,m. I k.ro, I h.m. I h.m. 151 I 7.13| 1,55p.m. | 2.65am | 4,22 | 60 %fy Ctoettttig Jletog* WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1869. c

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The American Divorce System. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

The American Divorce System Some astonishing disclosures (says the New York earrespondent of the Morning Post) have lately been made concerning the praolioe of tbe Amerioan oonrts in regard to diroroe cassa The courts of Indiana and Illinois have long been famous for the very great facilities they afforded for tbe dissolution of marriage ties, and in Connectioat the Uwb seem framed for tbe «press purpose of encouraging divorces. In that State a full divoroe is granted npon the slightest pre text, and the divorosd parties sre left fre3 to marry again. In New York there is a qI&es of disreputable attorneys who live by obtaining divorces for whoever may apply for them, without the slightest regard to tie merits of the case. They sneounee their willing ness to obtain ' divorots for all,' by means of adver tisements, in which it is stated that ' success is gua ranteed ;' that 'no fee ia required until tbe decree of divoroa is obtained;'' that intemperance, definition, ill-treatme...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ELECTION FOR CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

TELEQBAPEIC MESSAGES. m ELECTION FOE OENTBAL CUMBERLAND. _. .... Tuesday Evenine. The following is the result of the polling yesterday for the electorate of Central Cumberland:— ™ ,-n, Laofcey. Flood. Campbell. Jones. BlaokTown ? SO 28 29 17 Paramatta ? 162 143 87 53 Prospeot ? 18 10 21 10 Oabramatta ? 17 14 90 82 Liverpool ? 125 118 116 102 Kemp's Creek ? 8 8 15 IS Irish Town ? 88 24 58 49 Sydney ? 66 59 56 42 Banlkham Hills 40 87 22 17 Easlem's Greek 44 48 4 4 Field of Mara ... 43 40 19 13 Smithfield ? 71 55 89 27 Windsor Boad... 9 8 25 16 Pennsnt Hills... 26 24 21 13 Dual .« ? 26 18 11 6 7J3 619 '(JlS ~466 WELLINGTON ELECTION. The polling at the town booth was as follows:— Spring ? H2 Blakefield ? 5 Boss ? 12 The offioial declaration will be made on the let January.— Herald.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From the Chicago Tribune.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

(From the Chicago Tribuni.) Carbonda'.e, Illinois, Ootober 2Bth.— Ooe of tbf most terrible disasters that ever occurred on tbi Western waters took plaoe at Noelj'd Landing, below.. Grand To*er, on the Miasieeippi Biver, last night ?boat 7 o'olock, Tbe fit. Louis and Kew Orleans paoket BtonawBll, }.&, Shaw, master, commanded by Captain Thomas Scott, was burned and about two hundred lives lab She had a great quantity of bay aboard, which caught fire from a passenger's pipe, Tie alarm was given while at tapper, and every pas* Bible effort «es made to subdue the fire. In the meantime the bow of tbe boat was turned towirds the ifcore, but she soon ran upon a Band-bar in water seven feet deep and twj hundred yards from the shore, The only yawl attached to tbe boat was cut down from its fastening by a few deck passengers, who floated away from the danger, without osrs. In fifteen minutes , owing to the quantity ot inflammable material aboard, and a strong breeze blotting through th...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

GBESFELL. The following returns have been receive!: — Watson, DaUey. Young ? 288 118 Burrowa ... ... 72 185 Grenfsll ... ... 264 193 Wombat ... ... 100 29 Murrumbunh... ... 80 43 MareDgo ... ... 51 36 Wanwingragong ... 14 21 Showing a majority for Watson of 271; other returns are not yet to hand, but they oannot affect the result Great excitement prevailed, but everything was peaceable nnd quiet.— Herald.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Frightful Steamboat Disaster. BURNING OF THE STEAMER STONEWALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

Frightful Steamboat Disaster BURNING OF TBE STEAMER STONEWALL. TJPWABDB OF TWO HUNDBED PBEE0KS PBBISHBD— THE ORBW AND FABjBBQEBS CKOWOED OTEnBOABD AND BBOWKES IK A MA6B— BABB0WIH0 DETAILS OF THE TEBBQLE CiTABTEOFSJI.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PORT MACQUARIE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

POBT MACQUARIE. Tuesdar. Toe Hannah, cahoonct, drifted on the ssndbanl this morning. Heavy seas are breaking over her, and it is doubtful whether she will be got off, The pilot boat is rendering assistance, The Hannah, soheoner, is got off the sandbank, with slight damage and loss of rudder.— Empire,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
later from America. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

later from America. We hare San Eranoisoo news to the 5th November. The latest telegrams are as follow :— Philadelphia, November 4th,— An number of Jewish. Rabbis from the principal oities of the Uoion werejn confereDce here on tbe eubject of reform in the JewiBh Ohnroh; They adopted resolutions abolishing the nie of prsvew in the Hebrew towns as usinteUigible to the masses; disclaiming tbe doctrine ot bodily ree triotioo or revival of the Jewish slate by segregation from all other nations; declaring that the Aaronic priesthood and Mosaio sacrificial worship have b;eu merely preparatory stepB to Israel's national priesthood, and therefore thircgi of the past to be mentioned io prayer ODly, and in their edrjoiticmal capacity Bot to bs practical. New York, November 4th.— A Herald special from Key West saya tbe schooner W. D. Clears , from Nassau, arrived this morning with 120 men whs were taken from tbe Cuban eteamor Lillian, which *as cap tared by tbe English authorities at Nassau wh...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

PAEEAMTTA AND \ BIYEB* STEAMBB6, \ '-?_-. ' At about Half the Itellway fiste^^^J^; From King-street— 7, 9. 11. 1. 3, 5. * Item Pammatta- 6.50, 7 80. 9, 11, 1, 8, 5. Calling at Hunter'* Hili, Giadesvile, Nee Point, Ryde, Newington, Brmington, Subiaoo, Ghiidrea — Saloon return, 6d only. j^TT B. Kv_a_N. (JO ffBgtfaEcL BYDHBY TO TEB HUSTBK. THIS (Weanetfaf) NIGHT, at 11, the MOBPETH, I NEWCASTLE TO SYDNEY. The MOBPETH, on FBIDAY MORNING, at 10. 9 S. J. 2HQMA8, HanigM, OffloM, toetefiMsrkit-B^Mt, n^Jk. THHl AUSTBAX-ASIAH S8|gHci^- J. STBAM! NAVIGATION 0OK §gl|§MggiPANY'B STEAMSHIPS TO HUNTHB BIVEB. COLL A EOT, Tomorrow Morning, Thursday, at 7. TO MELBOUBNB, OITY ? OF ADELAIDE!, To-morrow Aftmaoon, Thursday, at 4.00, TO AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND, on or abont Friday, 14th January TO BBIBBANE. CITY OF BRISBANE, This Affcmoon, Wednesday, at S. TO MABTBOKOUGH. BLACK SWA1;, This Afternoon, Wednesday, at 6 TO BOOKHAMPTON. BAL&LUTHA, Friday Afternoon, at 5. £-KXl)K, H. TB0U20N, KuiiM. S.,a,JT. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

Cotmtterctai, — ? ? _ .' ? Wednesday, 1 run. 7 n recc'raQ bJ the brokers (Meesre. Lennon and Cape) for the whole or any portion of £160 000 worth of New Z.aland Tieasnrv bill' Tenderfinav be sent in, up to noon, (0 the Oriental Bank, whenthev will be opened in presence of the tenderers. San Francisco advices by the Horatio Eprague to liovember 5,rqjor::— r'»«o w F.sur.-Beyond one or two shipping orders, particulars of whioh have not been reported, exnoTt business is elaok. The mills are doing a good trade for local consumption at rates given Yesterday j, ,, «;~SllM of 100° ta'J' choice miUinir at 1 SSF*8rfTi-H! lleOiit(0^ milling, leoli«50 SIS0..™9*10'1 1 doIlar 2° 'ak to 1 dollar 25 cents ? 800 ditto good milling, 1 dollar 65 oente , HeSiS *te the last two orthreedaye have been light ErSwten aie not anxious buyers, but holders an not inclined to 'ifV? *,?7 noticeable concessions. We quote the market &o\»dJ^16 T to X d,°llM F* °°n^ ^ inferiot to SSiC'' Llverpo°l Md New ToA T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALs.—December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

^tpptttg* ABBTVALS.— December 29. Horatio Spragne, American barque, 600 tons, Bmalb from San Francisco 6th November. Passengers— Mrs. Small and family. G. E. Austen, agent Maid of Juduh, ship, 665 tons, AyliBg, from Lon don 27th Ootober. MoEtefiore, Joseph, and Co., agents. Agnes Banfield, barque, 180 tons, Baatian, from Mauritius 19th November. Colonial Sugar Company, agents. DEPABTCBES-December 28 Tasmania, steamer, for Hobart Town. Bangatira, steamer, for Melbourne James Pateracn, steamer, for Rockhampton CLEARANCES.— December 28. James Patereon, steamer, 291 tons, Durrell, for Bo:khampton via Gtadetone. Passengers— Messrs. Rarwon, 0. Bomilly, H. Morgan, and 1 in the steerage. Baneatira, steamer. 460 tons, Moore, for Me'bonrne, Adelaide, and King George's Sound. Passengers— Mrs Tooaey, Miss E. £. Codington, Master J. W. Goodohild, Messrs. D Caron, Morrison, M'fntyre, Toohey, and 23 in the steerage. Tasmania, steamer, 285 tons, Lyon, for Hobart Town. Passengers -Mrs. Airey, inftnt...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

Ai the Residence of the late Mr. Mark Davis, deceased. 139, Liverpool-street, neap EIizibetb-e tree t, MR. S. PHILLIPS bos received instructions to cell by public auction, TO ilOESOW, Thnrster, the 30th lJecem ber, it halfpaat 10 o'clook sharp, The whole of thj household furniture, consisting of drawing and dining room furniture, coaches, side board, lco tables, card tables chairs, book cases, platedware, gold watch end chain, silver watch, elegant cut gluts, eizUen-tone music box with diam and belU; cirpsts, fenders and irons, bedsteads, bedding, horsehair mattraases, feitkerbeds and pillons, chests drawers, kitchen □leDEils. sundries, ttore room, and otb.r articles toi numercni to mention. Tie whole to b; cold without the slightest reaerie. Terms, cash. 8. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, 67 King street West, TWO GUINEAS HEW ARD.— Whereas vorae evil-di-posci Person and Persons have for some dajs past maliciously circulated falso ani indecent Reports, to iDjure the undersigned in his Business...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

Steak Latjkohes ih ram of Loho Boms.— In a recent correspondence between the Board ef Trade and MesBTS, Yarrow and Hedley, the Board hes intimsttd that a chip's boat may be fitted with engine end boiler, provided she is of ths size named in the schedule of ths Merchant Shipping Act 1854; so that a steam launch can take the place of the ordinary long boat of a (hip, a boon of no little importance to owner, passengers, and crews. HBEAKFalT.— EPfB'« COCOI.— OUTBrBL AKD CeHFOBTUS —The Terj agreeable character of this |»*|-nMIen ku rendered it a general f«Tonrile. The Cvril 8erfl«» OautU remark*:— ?* Tbe eingolaraoeeeM which Mr. Eppl attained by hit tomoaopataic preparation of coosa bae neter eten ni- pined by any expertmenuliit. B; a thorough .knevledge of tbe uttnral lam whioh govern the operation! of digetlioa endnmtritiOD, and by a careful application of the fise ?reperttM of well-i'elected toooa, Kr. Eppl hat provided oi'r * ireaUaet tablet with a delleettly flaTOB red Vrierage whic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Evans, Manning, and Kettle, J.P.s) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 29 December 1869

WATER POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. Evans , Manning-, and Settle, J.P.s) A number of drunkards were puniBhed. Catherine Wilsan, and Catherine Ouddy, for riotous behaviour in Abercromeie-lane, were fined 20a. easb. Thomas Richards and John Wilson appeared on remand from vesterdav. charred with haviner com* mitttd a violent aesault upon Michael Stack, Th'e prosecutor now appeared and deposed that on Christmas day morning, he was with the prisoners in the Sailors'; Home Hotel, Lower Gtorge-etreet. They had some diffurenee, and after they left tbo ' liquor store,' se Wilson, who is an American, termed the publio house, the prisoners assauled S:ack, knocked him down and jumped upon him. Proseouter eaid, however that he did not wish to press the oharge. A Mr. Hunt corroborated Stack's evidence. The Benoh ordered the prisoners a month's imprisonment. John Harjrraves and Mark P.tirs were brought before their Worships on a oharge of having dessrred their ehip the Lindsborough. There was so p...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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