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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 July 1867

? COOPER, COOK AND PASTRY COOK, CONFECTIONER       STREET. QUEANBEYAN. uI morning at Eight o'clock. you want CHEAP and GOOD BOOTS, go to the QUEANBEYAN TANNERY   Wholesale and Retail.     THOS. BUTTLE. Tree, Plants, Bulbs, and Garden Seeds.   THE GARDENS,'     SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY.         S1krge stook of Fruit '[rees, FIpwering Plants, Bulbs, and Garden Seeds,   they respectfully solicit orders. ata~ogis forwarded on application. q Rvked with the greatest care. JOHN BAPTIST & SON,     Nursery and Seedsmen. GREVILLE AND COMPANY, ??? for Messrs STEPHENSON, ???AKE & CO. Sheffield have on SALE,   ??? stock of the celebrated Printin     GREVILLE AND COMPANY.   WHOLESALE STATIONERS AND     &a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. Prices current between Producer and Purchase. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 July 1867

THE MARKETS.   Prices current between Producer and P   QUEANBEYAN. Wheat, per bushel ... £0 4 0 t0 0 Flour per ton ... 0 14 0 0 Bran, per bushel ... 0 1 0 0   Maize " ...0 5 0 0 Barley ... 0 3 0 0       Oats ... 0 5 0 0   Hay, per ton ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Butter, per lb ... 0 1 0 0 1 3 Cheese, " ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bacon, " ... 0 0 9 0 0 0 Eggs per do ... 0 1 0 0 1 0 Potatoes, per cwt. ... 0 5 0 0 0 0 YASS. Wheat, per bushel ... £0 3 6 to £0 4 0 Flour, per ton ... 12 0 0 13 0 0 Bran, per bushel ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Maize, " ... 0 5 6 0 0 0 Oats, " ... 0 4 0 0 0 0 Barley, " ... 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, " ... 3 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, per cwt. ... 0 0 0 0 0 0   Butter, per lb ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Cheese " ... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Bacon " ...0 0 8 0 0 9 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 1 0 0 0 0   SYDNEY. Flour, fine, per ton ...£10 0 0 to 12 0 0 Bran, per bushel ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Wheat, " ... 0 4 6 0 5 0 Butter, per lb ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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[?]OD IN THE NEPEAN. [?]M. Herald's special reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 July 1867

FLOOD IN THE NEPEAN.   S.M. Herald's special reporter.)     Penrith are about to illustrate   x. the adage which says that es never come singly." One calamity has befallen them, and -by some people considered almost   that, follows close upon the heels of the The dreaded flood which has laid waste their meadows and desolated so many   houses, was a very heavy visitation, and one that was of itself almost more than the dis- trict could bear; but the subsidence of the flood does not relieve them, and the agricul- turists are now looking forward with the gloomiest forebodings to the opening of the   railway extension to Weatherboard Creek.   Most people-if they had no property in the   town of Penrith-would, I fancy, regard the opening up of easy traffic to the interior as a blessing to the colony at large. It is no doubt a local grievance. The residents of &nbsp...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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GETTING RID OF THE STRAITS OF DOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 July 1867

GETTING RID OF THE STRAITS OF DOVER. THERE are certain inconvenient objects in nature, such as mountains, oceans, river frontiers, deserts, and other objects of geo graphical ,and political hindrance, which practical people are very desirous to get rid of. They stand in the way of military govement, national ambition, engineering Projects and other developments of civilisation . Occasionally, a great commander or a clever engineer does practically abolish those obstacles which unscientific nature has interposed. Hannibal, we know crossed the Alps with the aid of vinegar, and Na poleon made a military road across the Simplon. The latter here boasted that the Pyrenees were no more; not meaning, of course, that he had tunnelled or levelled them, but that they no longer politically divided France and Spain, or offered any impediments to the movement of his armies. Qiont Cenis, once an apparently insuperable Barrier between France and Savoy, is already scarly spanned by a railroad and di...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 July 1867

A. J. WATT & Co.'s PATENT MEDICINESI P ECTORAL OXYMEL OF CARAGHEEN. - A speedy and effectual remedy for. COUGHS COLDS 'ASTHMAS SHORTNESS OF BREATH, &c. WORMAT JOZENGES, which have entirely superseded the use of Worm Powders... Now on sale at the "Ans" office, Qneanbeyan. A .SOLEMVIN ADIVIONITIO! DR. THOMAS, LICENTIATE OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF ENGLAlD. EMBER of the Royal College of Sur geons, Licentiate in Jidwifery, Member of the Council of Aledical Education London, and Alember of the Afedical Board of Viridoria. May be privately and confidentially consulted, either personally or by letter, at his surgery, 97 Great Lons auae-street, East, Melbourne. Afil rapidly cures all diseases arisingfrom early abuse, namely -loss of propreativepower, impairment of -the generative system, nervous ard physicat debility, languor, flushing, wvastinq of apemniatorrhad, palpitation of the heart, yaddiness, avoidaizce of society, skin eruptions, and contagiowu maladies. O...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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THE FLOOD AT WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 July 1867

"TIE FLOOD AT WELLINGTON.   From the S. M. Herald We have been favoured with the follow ing extract from a letter received this day from Wellington: On Thursday night the river commenced rising very fast, an continued rising ,until   Saturday, by which time the few dry spots about the lower part of the, town were sur rounded by a wide-stretching sea. The mythical person, 'the oldest inhabitant',   remembers nothing like it. The Macquarie on the Wellington side, backed up the Bell water and spread over the town to the depth of about three feet. It was up to the posts in the front of Parson's hotel, and the cellars of the Australian stores escaped being flooded by a few inches only. One or two houses have been washed away from the river. Paddy the China-   man's house, fences and all have been car-   ried off, and nothing but the bent and   talking about this, that, and the other. Pre- sently I left him. As I went away b...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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THE MARKETS. Prices current between Producer and Purchaser. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

THE MKARKETS. Prices current between Producer and Purchaser. . QUEANBEYAN. Wheat, %. bushel .. £0 4 0 to £0 4' 6 Flour1ton . ... 0 14 i0- 0 106. 0 Bran, ,, bushel ... 0 1 0 0 0,0. -Maize ,, .. 0.. 5 0 0 ..5 6 Barley ,, ... O3 .0 0 ?3 6 Oats ,, ...O 50 _0' 0 0 Hay, ton 8 0 0 3-10" 0 Butter, lb 0.01 00 0 13 Cheese, 0... -0 0. 0 0 0 Bacon, ,,. . 0 9 O. 0 .0 'ggs o.do ... 10 01:.0 Potatoes, ~ cwt. .. 0; 5 0 0. 0 0 YASS. Wheat, per bushel ... £0 8 6 to£0 4': 0 Flour, per ton ... 12 0 0 13 0-- 0 Bran, per bushel ' .. 0 1 0'" ,0 0 0 Maize, ,, : ... 0 5 16- ?- 0.0 .0 Oats ,, ..0 4-0 0- ;0?0 i Barley. ,, ... 0 3 0 0 0 0 Hay, ,, ... 3 0 0 0:. 1 0 ? Potatoes, per cwt. .. 0 0 .0 0 0 Butter, per lb ... O . 0 0 0 0 Cheese ,, .. 0 0 '8 0. 0410 Bacon ,,. ... 0 .08 '0. 0 9 Eggs, per dozen :.: ... 0 :'0 0: 0 0 0 SYDNEY. Flour,'fine, per ton ..;.10 0. 0to 120 Bran, perbushel.:. . ' O :'0 :0':, 0' 0 0 Wheat,. ,, .. 0 4 6 0 5 0 Butter, per lb ... 1 0 .- 0 1: 0 Potatoes, per cwt ... 0 3 3. 0 4 4- : Hay, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

A. J. WATT & Co.'s PATENT. MEDICINES. '~ORM LOZENGES, which have entirely superseded the use of Worm Powders Now on sale at the "AGE." office, Queanbeyan. CASTE PAPER; ;suitable for .shop.. keepers, constantly on sale in any quantities, at the Age office. ie A WARNING!).. " Oyou ~suffer' from physical incapacity,? :d 1 Are you suffering fronm nervous debili )f ty ? Have you been the guiltyvictim of any Ssecret vice ? Do; you suffer from' a set -of ,. symptoms nearly akin more or less to the fol ' lowing :-A pretty fair condition of health,' , not yet positively ill, but a feeling upon you' d that you are not quite right; amalaise; a .e tendency to despondency; a slight occasional loss of memory; sometimes a weakness across the small of the back and loins; on waking a' Y feeling as if unrefreshed,; a general depres sion;. a want of pluck, as it were.; less desire for business than formerly, and you are trou bled with a certain feeling of nervousness, a loss.of power. . If you...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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REMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publication:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

REMITTANCES RECEIVED .Since last publication: From Mr Kennedy, Micasago, (per Mr J. M'Nerny) £1:; Mr T. Harman, 3/6; Mr J. Leahy, X1/2/6; Messrs Davies, Alexander & Co., £3/4/6; Mr P. Donelly, 7/6; Rev J. W. Dowson, £1/7/.

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SALTING AND CURING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

SALTING AND CURN i MEAT. (From the QiecenstanJ.r.) TAfBR . altogther, it is probable that fully -one-half of the population of Australia use saltedprovisions, beef in particular, through ' out the year. Where so much of one article is in .continuous use as food, it would be sup posed that the people would have arrived at a high degree of perfection in its prepara tion. That such is not the case, anyone acquainted with life in the bush need not be told. In your own paper, since the cold weather set in, there have been numerous inquiries for good methods of curing meat, and' with pleasure it is noticed that those who have .had experience and are generally successful in curing meat have ,no .been. slow to coihe forward and make the know ledge public lroperty. Some?e excellent :methods of .curing have` thus -becomne kInown, one of `:the best of which I will take the liberty of sending you for re-publication, as it in reality contains all that 'cbuild be done, in. a mechanical way;,for t...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

WEEKLY: CALENDAR. Days of the week. Daay of Sunr Sun Moon's month: rises. sets. age. Friday... ... ... 1i2 7 8 4 7 10 Saturday... .. 18 7 3 4 57 11 Sunday* ... ... 14 7 2 4.58'1, 12 Monday.,.. ... 15 7 2 4 58 183 Tuesday ... ... 16 7 0 4-59 14. Wednesday ... 17 7 0 4 59 I Thursday ..... 18 6 59 5 o0. 16 - .* [Fourth Sunday after Trinity.] Moon's phase.-Full moon, Wedaesday 17, 6 1 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

C. COOPER, CO0OK AND PASTRY COOK, CONFECTIONER, ;gancy *Rtead and isruntit atti, . ': MONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. HOT, ROLLS every morning at;,Eight o'clock. IF you- want CHEAP and GOOD BOOTS, go to the QUEANBEYAN TANNERY Wholesale and Retail. TIHOS.,BUTTLE. Fruit Trees, Plants,' Bulbs, and Garden Seeds. 'wT EE CDAA? IDJ TS,' SURRY HILLS, SYIiNEY. JOHN BAPTIST and SON have "for •9n Sale a large stock of Fruit Trees, Flowering :and Oriamental Plants, Bulbs, andj Garden Seeds,. for which they respectfully solicit orders. Priced Catalogues forwarded on application. Goods packed with the greatest care. JOHN BAPTIST,& SON, Nursery and Seedsmen.. GTREVILLE AND COMPANY, AGENTS for Messrs STEPHENSON, . --b BLAKE & CO., Sheffield, have on SALE, "· A large and varied stock of their celebrated Printin Types, Cases, &c. GREVILLE AND COMPANY, : WHOLESALE STATIONERS. AND r PRINTERS' BROIKERS, have always . on Sale, a large assortment of Single and double news Demys, single ...

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The Queanbeyan Age FRIDAY, JULY 12th, 1867. Arrival of The English Mail AT ADELAIDE. [PER GREVILLE AND CO., PUBLIC TELEGRAMISTS.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, 10.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

F'IIDAY, JULY 12th, 1867. Arrival of The English. Mail AT ADELAIDE. '[PER GoREVILLE AND CO., PUBLIC TELEG?AIISTS.] .SYDNEY. Tuesday, 10"30 p.m. TilE English mail arrived at Adelaide at 11 a.nm. to-day. The following are the princi pal items of news: IExports to the colonies' for the month show an increase. -There was a reduction in' the May wool sales, owing to a large quantity offered at a penny..under the i'ates obtained at the March sales. Mexicasn news states that" Maximillian has been taken prisoner and ordered to be shot. Sentence on the convicted fenians has been commuted to imprisonment for life.: The King of ..Prussia had arrived at Paris with Count Bismark. Another, attempt has been made-to assas sinate the Czar of Russia. The cattle plague is extending in London. The Prince of Wales was enthusitistically received at Paris, and congratulated on. the Princess's recovery. Mr George, Peabody' has returned to London permanently, and the corporation intend erecting a statue to ...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

MELBOURNE. Thursday afternoon. Three boats were capsized yesterday in the surf, while "landing passengers, at Schnapper Point.to witness a prize fight. Eight persons are nown to be drowned, and it is feared there.are more. Fire -yesternight at the Oriental Rice Mills, Flinders Street, the building was completely..gutted; rice to the value of!ten thousand pounds destroyed'. --The Peniu sular and Oriental Company's offices adjoining were also destroyed,; books and documents saved.. . .. . . .. . . ... .. .. . ... . : -- -

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'TIS (NOT FINE FEATHERS MAKE FINE BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

'TIS NOT FINE FEATHERS MAKE FINE BIRDS. BY J. E. CARPENTER. A PEACOCK came, with plumnage gay, Strutting in regal pride one day,   Where a small bird hung in a gilded cage, Whose song might a seraph's ear engage; The bird sang on while the peacock stood, Vaunting his plumes to the neighbourdood; And the radiant sun seemed not more bright Than the bird that basked in his golden light; But the small bird sung in his own sweet words, " 'Tis not fine feathers make fine birds!" The peacock strutted, a bird so fair Never before had ventured there, While the small bird hung at a cottage door,— And what could a peacock wish for more?   Alas ! the bird of a rainbow wing, He wasn't contented, he tried to sing! And they who gazed on his beauty bright, Scared by his screaming, soon took flight; While the small bird sung in his own sweet words,   " 'Tis not fine feathers make fine birds!"   Then prithee take warning, maidens fair, And still of ...

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MEN'S FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

M*EN'S FASFIONS. (.Prion the Queen.) THE theme of the Vagaries of fashion, like that of the weather, is old, mbut always interesting. We imagine tthat the never flagging interest awakened by these sub jects ariSes from the fact that they are both of a personal inature.. The weather affects us individually-Lwe are, made hot or cold, comfortable or uncomfortable, ill or well by it. So the changes of fashion touch us 'all more or less. There are - few, indeed; who are able to withstand the influerices of the changes that gradually come over the dress of the people surrounding them. But, to hear men talk, one would think that one sex only was subject to the influences of fickle fashion, and that one' not theirs.. We have not to go 'back to pictures, however, to find -out that nothing is more absurdly without foundation than the claim of men to be ex empt from the government of .change. Men's fashions are, perhaps, not quite so conspicuous in their variations as are those of women ; but ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

VICTORIA. IF we are to believe a statement made to a Geelong contemporary by a correspondent, amber has been discovered in the neighbourhood of Rokewood. The correspondent states that the supposed brown amber was found by a party of five near Mount Misery, in a heap of stuff which had been thrown up from an old shaft. The mineral was in large pieces, and, apparently, some had been used for fuel. It was ascertained that there is a vein of the amber measur- ing 2ft. by 1 ft. at the bottom of the shaft. It is about four months since the discovery was first made, and the party have applied to Mr. Macgregor, minister of mines, for the exclusive right of mining for the amber over one square mile of ground. It is to be feared that the extensive water-works now being carried on will shortly be brought to a standstill for the want of further funds, as the loan obtained by Mr. Verdon in England will be altogether insufficient for the purpose. It is well known, and can be well understood, that...

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ANOTHER INDIAN MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

ANOTHER INDIAN MASSACRE. A LETTER from the wife of an army, officer at St. Louis, received at Washington, confirms the report of the capture of Fort Buford, at the mouth of the Yellowstone, on the Upper Missouri. Colonel Rankin, his wife, a child, and the whole garrison were slaughtered, in all about eighty souls. Private letters say that Colonel Rankin anticipated his fate, and made good his promise to his friends, that he would defend his position to the last man. His promise   has been verified. Private letters state that he repulsed with his small force the attacks of from two thousand to three thousand Indians, killing three hundred and wound- ing over a thousand before he was overcome. It is generally supposed that Colonel Rankin shot his wife to prevent her falling into the hands of the Indians.     The Philadelphia Inquirer publishes the following extract from a private letter, dated -Fort Sully,. Dahkotal territory, Febru-" ary 25:- " ...

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W. O'NEILL'S AUCTION REPORT. QUEANBEYAN, Thursday, July 11th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

W O'NEILL'S AUCTION REPORT. QUEANBEYAN, Thursday, July 11th, 1867. The continued wet season for several weeks past has caused trade to be almost brought to a stand still. The last four days, however, have been an improve- ment and some life and animation seems again to show itself. During the past few weeks I have dis- posed of one lot of ewes, in lamb, at 10s., and another lot of 900 at 8s., rather low in condition and somewhat too forward in lamb. I also disposed of a small lot of fat wethers at 12s., and a lot of milch cows and calves at £4 4s. per head. CATTLE.-There is inquiry made after store bul- locks, a small lot or two would find purchasers at the at the present time. Fat cattle are not much in demand at present, the butchers being stocked. SHEEP.-Store sheep in demand, chiefly ewes, mardens would sell well just now. HORSES.-Nothing unless good up-standing har- ness will sell at present. Saddle horses quite a drud in the market. SUNDRIES.-Furniture improving in price. Ba- ...

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THE MOORHOUSE TUNNEL, LYTTLETON, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 July 1867

THE- MOORHOUSE TUNNEL, 'LYTTLETON, NEW ZEALAND. (Abridged fron the TIines.) To write an intelligible account of the Moor house Tunnel, it .is necessary to go 'back to the- earliest records 'in the history of Can terbury. For, out of the geographical diffi culty of :communication :between the port audn the plains which 'ret the first settlers on their landing,. and which has ever since seri ously impeded the progress of the province, arose the conception of the great work which may now be said to be virtually completed. There are many still among us who can recall the feelings of dismay and disappoint ment with which the lofty hills surrounding Lyttelton were first regarded. ..Beyond lay an almost interminable plain, which, even to the unpractised eye of the newcomer, gave promise of full return for the labour that might be expended upon it. But be fore this could be i'eached a barrier of for midable dimensions interposed in the shape of lofty, abrupt hills, and no available means ex...

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