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The Byron Scandal THE HALLU[?] THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
The Byron Scandal. - ? - -uf HUararattxzo* TanBX, : - Dr. JforbM Winslow write* to the Standard contro verting -the idea that Lady Byrcn wae insane bo the ; rabjeo'. of her husband's alleged crime. He sayc : I do not believe that the mooted theory of menu! aberration can in this case be for a moment main tained. If Lady Byron's ?tatsment of facts to Mr*. B. Sfcowe is te ie viewed at the creation of a dis tempered fancy— a delusioc or hallucination of an insane mind— at what part of the narrative ars we to draw the boundary line between fact and delusion. sanity and infinity ? Were are we to fix the point d'appui of the lunaoy ? Again, ia the alleged ' hallu cination' to be oonBidersi strictly confineofto the idea that Lord Byron had committed the frightful eia of incest, or is the whole of the ' true story' of her married life, as reproduced with such terrible minuteness by Mrs. Bseoier Stowe, to be' viewed as the deluakn of a diatorted fanoy ? If Lady Byron was tb'eeubjeotof an 'ha...
The Career of Father Hyacinthe. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
The Career of Father Hyac»n'lie. (From tht London Tcltgraph.) Although still oumparalivsly young, Pere Hyacinths Btande among the chief pulpit foross of the Eomisi Ohuroh. Joining the order of barefooted Carmelites, he speedily won distinction by hie sobolarebip and bis culture, no less than by his extraordinary power of epeech. At an early age he promised to add a bright eter ts tke galaxy of French pulpit eloquence. But, from the time of his first utterances, lit waa regarded with suspicious glances by leading dignitaries of Borne, He was sees to be tainted wiih Liberalism. His words had set that tone ef absolute submission to the Holv Eee which is now coveted by the most powerful among the priests of France. On Prance, almost as muoh as on Ireland, the Ultramontane party has laid ite grasp. Much of the power which the Jtsuits have more than once lost in that oountry they have won back, Such diooesei as that of Orleans are rnledwith a rod of iron, in accordance with the diotates o...
Halloween at Balmoral Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
Halloween at Balmoral Gaetie. This time-honoured festival wae €uly celebrated at Balmoral Castle on Saturday evening is a manier not coon to be forgotten by thus who took part is it* enjoyments, ie the tbades of evening were closing in urton the Strath combera of tirahlifchb wer* obe«r»ed approaching the castle, both from the cottages on tbe eastern portion of the estate aad also these ea the west. The torches from the western side were probably the more nomeroue, snS as the different groups gathered together the effect was nrr fine. Both parties met in front of the esetle, the torch-bearers numbering nearly 100. Along with those bfaring the torches were a great many people belonging t» the neighbourhood. Danoing was oommenotd by the torch-beams dancinp a 'Hnlaohan' in 2ae style to lilting strains of Mr. Boss, the Queen's piper. The effect was greatly heightened by the display ol bright lights of vaiious colours from the top of the etairoaee of the tower, After dancing for some time...
PEABODY November 5.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
B PEABOD^. , November 6.) / readers will' Ieara with modern philanthropist: liar to both/Englisb.meu nore ; he died last night, -ured sad. esteemed by wee who . enjoyed the al acquaintance, tat a telf-mado man. makeB a fortune of a it happens less often ' each a fortune has the bestow the half of it in nilaBtatopio werks in in that of bis adoption: t Mri George Pe&body thisg of immense bene UnwerBity, to the Sou ?um, and to charities off Maeeaohusetts, the hmas probably known \ti the doocasel gentle ie poor of Londoa np 'a million of money, in thin ths last few years, ? benefit under the con UEtees, of whom Lord Derby — has bten a pro mber. rs, in Massachusetts, i born on the 18 ih of . father, though origin lstanoes, was 'well dee proud to boast that he Pilgrim stook. Six ine Francis iPebody, Northamptcnehite, or lother aoo'ount — from lertfordehire, crossed tied in New England. Topsfield, a email town , Maseaoliufettfl, where ia the neighbourhood, pendent mas. Not a iave b...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
revive tVo gnildBoftbe middle Ijgbrit » union ot bee men. &Sft£ii)ah&s !n ike world king daises from thedomini -nefonMUon of private pro ;Craf obffll So it At for all that could be dene st ten acquired in trad* societies, 1, did not believe that trades' tone to sooiety. The female p settled. All that could ba Oosgrese of America, wbich at all women employed in tfao should receive the asme tame Amount ot work es the trades' unions io briss that to prevent worn ?n wording, hades of Geneva) aaid youn* er to strike before they were id any fund* to work with, irae in Switzerland end he uld sol. be bet on others, trades' unions esuli sever present movement; they were and the end was the abroga bt it useless to discuss (he is; they only existed beoauee OEsalty . He had years c f t x le present relations of labour ong would hades' unions be aeration must be educated to ighe- etate of eocial organise uniens would t-9 needed. the trades' unbne, as the rking classes, oujjht to ...
POLITICAL AFFAIRS IE FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
PtaiUCAL AFFAIBS IB FBirtCE, The Btorm-Bgnals sre Hyiflg, nrf jt fc onite on M cards the prssent month mirwitaess tit/ oonBbriB ' tto Itawpl a Bevolufion, n.tirf dowibySer coup d'efet Sinoe the general dtfJofflflSvtat poUbcal mstters have been at BxeMBd«ven6 Thi Bmpi Empire di» not bslieva mtH£?y i£ millioEs of voters eon^tnnrf tbe persottl ft£ repremve features of ittTwUor.endthajsMKiEsrV r~ »j u- . .™ uiu »oiuiyi niui- TeaceuattL while uu modfratea desire U patriotioally, direct it fe- ±hs national weal Then came the SKciwesr eystemrf aiaunisttation— a trusting, that 'something woal«t turn up'— but there was, a. lamentable w»ntef pr«.| TisioD, and the blind doctriEE of chancs proved very : saturally ? failure. When ik&rged home, thg Government was found unprepared sot only in net- cured, but in xnea. In June, the Corps Legislsiif vM ! «onrok«d, purely to ratify the remits of tbe (lwtiofci. ^»t was very coolly pororcgued is tie oourse ofa ''liMgbi, when the contested soste ...
SUICIDE OF LORD JUSTICE CLERK PATTON. THE BRIDG WATER BRISERY COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
SUICIDE OF LORD JU8TIOE GLEBE. PATTON. THE BBIDUWATEB BHIBEEY COMMISSION. The disclosures made before the Bridge water Bribery Oommieslon, and the melancholy death by his own hand of Lord Justice Clerk Patton, said to have been contingent thereon, have naturally drawn an unusual degree of attention to the details -ef a most remirkable case. W« give bslow, from th9 Times of OoSober4!h sod 7th, sh sooount of the chief points elicitfd before the commission, by which it appears that the enormous sum ot £6000 was Bpent in bribery by or for the unfortunate Lord Justioe Olerk is the eonree of the contest. When we etate that Bridge water is a email ciuctry town, not muoh larger, tban Pammalta, and that money appears to heve been epect almost ae freely bv the oiadidate on the other eido, some idea mej be formed of the extent to whioh bribery has lately been carried in England. 0?HE BBIDeWATrvB BKIBKBY CASE, (From the Timet Reporter.) Bridgewater, October 2. Tne first witness called this morn...
THE FLANEUR IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
§ mmWhASEm IS 8ZDJSET. I mm thtVifin.) ? happy n»w jtu to yon, ji » » »« «« ««?? ?tow ,tb« contention**! the week can sadly K^dftrannble to .wry amiable bum el Start now. The excitement, the heat, the »j.. ,on know, »a wnMHms oftsr oontin KTfaave a acpwadng effect, *nd are calculated to ?he moat vigorous ana energetic of us sigh for a LaET. ™-t font inodorous bearers thereof, with a Ifaanopy/two attendant fairies with fane, and j iherbet ai libitum. Ihe thousands who ate going i ik pleasure under difficaltKe to-day will, I hope, I re the eun-Btooke, ana make a sort of compromise ; *n their own eoneaienoes - and the deotrines, or j ring, of Mt. Joha Bowie Wilson. If that; mt bydropatbist has enffloientlj recovered from j te politioal disaster at the Plains of Patrick to j jege the milk of human kindness to-day,! pa that he. on the other hand, will not j j Jo a moderate infusion of eau-de-vie | a we chance to meet, and if not, I hereby [ the present ion. member for the Plains to [him ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
H&BiKrUT.— Epre's Cocoi.— GeAtbfol ixd ? --Tho Tery ograesbla ebarectet of this f«p nrderad it ? general favourite. The Cirll Sen : remark! :— ?' The Blngalaraaceeas whioh Mr. Epp tie boHKSopathic prcparstics of cooes hm »eve. ? pssteij by any exprrimeniiliit. By a tboroagh i of the rjiturml lawa whJok govern the operstitmB »no DBttiUoo, and by s svsfal «pplio«Uon - . ? ?. . p.'spcrtiee of weli-ttiecled cocoa, Hr.Eppsi«3 ] wuikliit tables wiih a delloeuly fiavoared kit e may cere as msnv bosTj doctor^ bUlt.*1 Hide boiling water or Bill:. Soldby t£euaso only r md Mb. Un lined picket?, liVaUtd-Jmls Et Eomoecpatlii' Chomiaa. LjuijB--io»r.
The Albert Ground, This Day. THE HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
The Albert Ground, This Day* THB HIGHLAND GATHERING. The athletio sports, under the auspices of the two oompinies of the Highland Brigade, at the Albert Ground, attracted a large concourae of visitors to that fashionable place of amusement. The people com menoed to put in an appearance abont 10 o'clock, and by midday fully three thousand persons had assembled. The Grand Stand was well filled, most of the fair sex patronising that building, whioh afforded a comfort able refuge, from tbs heat of the. day. This, however, was but little felt upon the Kreand, as a delightfully oool breeze was blowing whioh completely toned down the otherwise somewhat oppressive warmth ot the sun, Large numbers of ptople bivouacked completely |upon the «lop» fronting wd.cppo»it6toth6jjiasil stand— s capital position f orobtaining a oleaTview of -the epotta. The conpd'eel of the ground was enlivened by theprewnoe of * large number of members of the Brigade attired in uniform, and also of many other sons of...
ADELAIDE. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
ADELAIDE. Friday Night The South Australian Gas Company has resolved b borrow £15,000, in order to extend thtit operations. - A sale ef second-class flour was made to-day at £10 12s 6d par ton. The market is unaffected by the Oilifornian n«ws/ 'Empire. The performance of the Messiah last night by the Philatharmonlo Society was very euocessfal. Sales of good brands of flour have been effected at £10 12i. 6d. ; nothing doing in wheat Weather waim.-rH«rald.
NEW YEARS DA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
MW tEJ$£8j&i/ STotwithsianaing the }[f»ilu» j»f thi s^c ' balloon, theinvolumtuyfauneniensfn ' ? and many other drawbacktUat oooari ''- ???,-??' Oansbaes holiday*, »d the dftamSw,,:, ? '. : public purse in oeneequenoe of aSTott^ „, ~ excursions of that period, the d&eorf ? , . ': 7 onten masse ; lasttfglit totataaoord . k^ ?? SirJiy nine,' ui to weloome (he n ? demonstration was not auita et of tbe past two or three year a very hearty one, and the licensed vi have profited considerably. The i of amusement were well attended. Th. bivouacked at the mostiemuneratiTO sb by them during the patt yew «nd L favourite selections of music, some o * : specially reoognistd as festival pieoes ef ? school, thus enpplying, at a l«er perio a hiatus eppsoiaUy distiDgnishable U Wales; foi in every other colony fcut EngUsh institution of 'Christmas w« esUbliehed. Very little disorder web i in the most crowded thoroug midnight, when 'yonng A.nst - out with ' Tommy Dodd' and many ot melo...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
THE NEW PARLIAMENT SQBUBBBS BLEOTED. Meetontei. Varna of Morten. Newcastle ? 'f&, A.T^ri (N.M.) Bast Sydney ? H. Parkee ? Sir James Martin ?????????????.?.??.?a 2} Buchanan ' „ „ ? t-3r; King (BT.Jt) Paddiagton ? ?Hon. J. Sutherland Olarenoe ? T. Bawden (N.lt) West Sydney ? J.Weatns (NM.) ? » ? »Hon. J. Robertson ? W, O. Windeyer „ L L ? fW. Speer (H.M.) ? Northnmberlaad ? »Dr. Brookes (N,M0 Mnrrumbidgee ? »W. Hadeay Newtown ? »S, 0. Brown Glebe ? tG.W.AUen CSX,) Argyle ? »E. Butler (N.M.) Goulburn ? *M. Alexander The Nepwn ? J. T. Byan lama ? H, Pukes Ulawarra ? »j. Oshorne (N.M.) Wollombi ? »J. Bokford Oaraden ? +A. Onslow (N.M.) ? ? ? *J. Horrioe aealhaven ? *l,Gsrrelt Eden ? H.Clarke (N.M.) Braidwood ? «M. W. Kelly Orange ? *Hoo. 6. Samuel Bslranald ? »J. J. Phelps xiw uiuiiw ? -j, i^xiioa f.n.AL.; West Macquarie ? E.Webb (N.M.) Patterson ? tW. M. Arnold Bast Maitland ? ?Alex.Dodda The Upper Huxter ? *A. Bell Mudgse ? fM. H. Stephen (N.M) Parramatta ? James Byrnes ? 3. a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
All the world of Sjdnoy being out of tows, or j net returning, it may not be very profit able to enter into any very profound reflec tions upon the reourrenoe of New Year's Day. Still there ia ample space for euoh reflections, and not the least is that whioh applieB to Australia. This year is the cente nary of the discovery of the eastern portion of the continent, but the time was Dot yet, A ~hunarea years ago to-day, that is, on the 1st January, 1770, Captain Cook was still coast ing about New Zealand — his mind apparently filled for the time with the discovery of that country and the wondrous beauties of its botanical and geographical features. Two months afterwards, however, he icas on his way to the westward, doubting muoh the esibtcnoo of any .. loud. unJoga -it consisted of small, Boat te red islands, in this quarter. Probably after the discoveries tbat he had already made in the South Seas, he was all the more led to believe that there was nothing beyond, in this direction. B...
TO THE ELECTORS OF QUEANREYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
rpO THE ELECTORS OF QUEANBBYABi G»TLWttif,— Tour votes afford au« double oom pensatios In I860, af:« you lid letnrned a* three times, virtnally for tlusame dirtriot, and I had «rrsd you lor aevaral years, from the commeniwntnt of BeaponsibU Oowrnment, job rejeotod me in favour of a asw and oompatativriy unknown candidate In the late election f«r Bt, I*oaard», ! hire bam defeated by a. person whom qualifioaUoBi. if hs had ««y, mete, of a neeative kind, and whom annon*. bnvrnr -f «. have been aobieved, was at ' aay rate accom panied by the greenest slanders against myself *nd colleague, wBioh I mk, by ' tumult and violenoe, syetimatioally deprived of an opportunity ef pereonaUy refuting, Both these defeats may now be eaid to have beet wipes away by my election as member for your district, in my ebsenae, without solicitation on aiy part, by a spontaneous movement ifhich began on the day of nomination, in oppoeitios te a competitor of eduoation, talent, and respectability, who w&...
MELBOURNE. Friday night [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
MELBOURNE. Friday night In pursuance with instructions received from tbe board of London dircstors, the rates for tke trans mission of messages by the Taemanian 6nbm»Une Oable are lowered ta four shillings sack mesaage of ten words. The press rates are fixed at two shillings per ditto. Messrs. Fraeer and Oo. sold by auction, today, every bag of the cargo of sugar, ex B. H. Jones, from be Mauritius, adoui last rates wete reausra, ana cue bidding was fairly spirited. The weather is intensely hot. Four columns and a half of this morning's Argas are occupied in acknowledging publio subscriptions for the relief of the family of the Bev. Mr: Hill, recently murdered at the Peatridge Stookadc. The total collections amount to £2800, and in addition to this the sum of £2600 has been voted by Parliament— Empire. The certificate of Captain Coorigal has been sob pendtd to twelve months, for intemperancs while in charge of tbe ship Napoleon III., which put back and tailed again in oharge ot the o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
X» K FIVE POUNDE fiCWABD will be given 3hVtJ« to any Person or Persons who will le«d to the oonviotion of the min who threw tbe atom and turoke the Glass Facia of our Ooloaade, on New Tears Bve, J. MUB.PHT and SON, 21, and 2*. Pammatta itrett- FOB SALE, THBKE COITAGES, in Pitt-street, Waterloo Estate— One Four BoomB and Kitchen, briek, and weatherboard ; Two, Two Booms each, and Kitchens, brick, 01 stone foundations; leasehold, 87 rears, Ut at an annual rental of £52. Price, £200. f. B. Hudleston, 15 George-street, B«dfera, TO PAINTERS— FOB SALE, Half-Ton of BED LEAD. Apply, TSo. 50 Oruitt-efaett,
TAMWORTH. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
TAMffOETH. Friday. . The official declaration of tke poll for the electorate of Liverpool FlainB took place to-day. The numbers were— - Eon. Charles Oowper ... ... 468 H. Bennett ? 44 Majority for Oowper 421 Ur. Gallagher proposed the nsual vote of thanks to the EeturniDg-offioer, and the proposition being eeoonied by Mr, B. Gr, Lewis, wag unanimously oarried. Bennett did not appear.— Umpire,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 1 January 1870
T7nredeemfed Pledges. H LI 8 T E B and BO sB wiU sell by public auetwa, at their Booraxfll fttt-rtreat, on TUBSDATj 4tE Jannary, at II o'oloctsH _The undermentioned unredeemed pledges, pawoss^H Juns-4th, box aad contents; 12 Oi, dre?sniso». ailvSR lotb, S told nogs, key and broooh, dreesDieai s^H coat; 17% piece twesuV coit ^LTtouST^M o^**/? f i8H:5i lkirtand Jlok«''- 18th. m'M 31st, qvadrant aad ioSy, tronsers and vest, UWm piotures with inscriptions i 25th., watoh 51961, 1 H| dOE«n ptetutes, brooch and. me, huntinc wateh HbI 62411 -?nd gold chak; 28th, pifs. criaew BhirtH ieg, stiver mounteii flote, gold albert, m»mond|ll rifigi 29th, suit clothes; 80th, gald locket, psiiH gold spectacles, silver bunting lever watoh. 6504, W gold ring. ? hK July-2ad, oilekin ooat, overcoat, plated ooffae potand Hi milk jap, overcoat ; 5th, gold chain and gold rimr H coat; 6th, dress, gold chain; Vth skirt andH jacket; 8th, goltlchain,' vest, and tronsers, silver HJ hunting geneva watoh 1150, 2 gol...