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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 11 July 1861
POLICE COURT. E. AssAULTi wo A FEMALE.-On Thursday, last William Binhileq was brought before the Policc? Magistrate, & Messrs. Hanyley, Rutledgd,?tind"'' lDavis, charged with having on the previous' Tuesday assaulted and beaten his wife.-Plain- . tiff having been called, to the surprise of all, declined to swear that defendant was her uI- band, they had passed for .man and wifi Iro many years, and she had borne five childrem to him. From the evidence of the plaintibl it appeared that defendant had been in the h')bit, of ill-using her for some time past, and on tie Tuesday referred to turned all the childrcen but one out of. doors, and locked her in, ,nal threatened to'take her life. Complainant. ent for the chief-constable; who came and fi'rced open the door, bnut did not apprehend the lo-, fendant.. Later in the same evening Bingley comniencd beating complainant again, kn.cked her.down, and pulled her about, when two constables entered and took him in cberg,'. The only ques...
COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 11 July 1861
COLLECTOR. From our own Correspondent. ACCIDENT.- A distressing accident has just happened to a fine little girl of about three years old, belonging to Mr. Winters, of the White Horse Inn; by which the little creature has been deprived of one, finger and part of another, of her right hand. The particulars are as follows :-- It seems, the child, has for some time past been staying at her grand-fa ther's, Mr. Northington, near Kenny's Point; Lake George, where, being engaged in play, with with several other children near a wood " .of her playmates seized a sharp axe, unfortunately lay near; and whilst &nbsp; itself chopping, in some way acciden icted the above injury. On discover had happened, Mr. Worthington &nbsp; ely bound up the wounds and has ` the child to her father, where Dr. who was iimmediately in attendance, . ccessary to amputate one of the fin up to the hand,this he accordingly . told, in a most masterly style, and ost incredible short space of time. I : r...
The Golden Age. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
TlJURSDAY , JULY 18, 1861. ; ON' our fourth page is reprintcd the Euiopean teleg'ami publislied by'uis is an Extraordinary on Thursday last. The space usually all6tted'to 'our lead ing remarks, we now- devote, to fuller European intelligence,- extractod from the Sydney papers:- . Tna Benares brings the following pas sengei:s forSydney : Lidit.iStuait;,Ir's. Perrins, Mr. and Mrs. Earl, Mr. Walker, Mr. Fellowes, and Mr. Angelow. The Jeddo's .mails wer'e `'dliveredclin London, via Marseilles, on the 183th of May, and via Southampton on the 19th. The second mate of the Balclutha fell overboard and' was drowned during the passage .of that yessel to;- King George's Sound.
RUSSIA AND POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
RUSSIA AND POLAND. The Russian Government has repudi ated all the responsibility of the with drawal of the French troops from Syria. A despatch from Warsaw sti tes a gene .ral disarming of the Kingdomn would shortly take place. On the 14th a no tice was published at Warsaw, that since the 8th the people might go about the streets without lanterns at night. The population is placed tunder sur veilance. Every species of popular de monstration is sternly prohibited,. The Press is crushed.
WAR IN THE AMERICAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
WAR IN THE AMERICAN STATES. The late United States of Ameriica are in open revolt, and . the Unionists and Secessionists .are at War -witli .each other. "The American news absorbs all in terest, and the affairs of Italy and the cdntinent are quite secondary iti public attention. The Government of President Lincoln has instructed its representatives at Fo reign Courts to make the official an nouncement that it is not and never was the intention of 'thle Federal• Govern ment to acknowledge or permit a disso lution of the Union. The United St'ates President declares that his Government will break o.ff all intercourse with any foreign power that recognised or deals with the revolted States of* the: South as a separate Government. The city- of Washiigton has made ample preparation to repel, any attacks that might have been encouinged by the capture of Port Sumpter. The city is well furnished with military stores and ammunition, and the .troops exhibit great efficiency, as well as fervour...
Arrival of the Benares, WITH English News To May 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
enlsh News : To May 16th. . im following telegrm from the Goul burn ?Chronicle,' was circulated among, our town subscribers on Friday last, and is now reprinted for the benefiti? of our country readers:- Ti? Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamer, " Benares," arrived at King' George's Sound on the 4th. July. The. Gazette of May. 3rd, announces the betrothal of the Princess Alice to the Prince of Hesse. A bill granting to the 'Princess a douceur of 30,0001. and an annuity of 60001. passed by a vote of both Houses. It is:rumoured that an alliance will shortly" take place between the Duke of Newcastle. and the Princess Mary of Cambridge. Gold has 'been 'discoverd in Nova Scotia. The Opposition in the. HIouse of Coam '..mons ;intends to move the omission of c:the repeal 'of the Paper ,Duty from the Budget Bill: . The Great Eastern' made the passage to New York in 9 days 13 hours, run ning 348 miles a day. The ship Marco Polo, from Melbourne ;pit into Valparaiso on-the 2nd of April in...
POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
= POST ;OFFICE. : - AIRRIVALS. Frona SYDNEY (via .Bungclldorc),-Monday, Thursday Saturday, at Eleven a.m. (via Gundaroo),-Wdcnesday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From COOMA,-fMonday, ?Vednesday,,and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-Wcdncsday and Saturday at Eight a.m. DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (riaeBungendore),-Monday, Wedneday, and Saturday, at Nine a.m. ,, (via Gundaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, a; Six, a.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To LANYON,- Studay and Thursday, at Three p.m. .
THE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION.—NIAGARA SURPASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
T1HE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION.-= : NIAGARA SURPASSED. F.rom the' Yeekly Dispatch. liETTnRS havelieen received frim DrLiving stone, dated 19th Jannary;, 1861,'anid_ fioni -other; members pf the expedition down to the' :beginning of February,.giving an account of the' arr~iralof the Pioneer and of a second. visit to the Victoria;' Falls 'and the adjacent country. These new 'acounts of their pro ceedings'begin with'a letter dated 4th: Dec., in which Mr. Charles: Livingstone . narrates the course of their travels. They had just then returned to Tettee from a six months' journey as far as the Seshekl. The next let ter is dated from Chumba Island, in the Zambesi, the day before Christmas Day. The path of the expedition acros the Batoka. tCountry struck the Zambesi at three or four miles above the falls. They embarked in'two small-canoes, and procceeded down the stream, to' Garden Island just above" the Victoria Falls'i The following is 'Mr. Livingstone's descrdiption of this remarkable cata...
LATEST NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] FURTHER RIOTS AT LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
ýPsn ELEOTRIO TELEGRAPH.] IURTflER RIOTS AT LAMBING -ANOTHERt and worse affray,, between the dig .gers and police, h~staken' place at="Lambing-o Flat. The. following; telegram,'from the .' Goulburn Herald,' was received in Goulburn at noon on Tuesday' and -reached us last night: We shall probably be in possession of full particulars before next issue, wheri we will duly'furnishthem to our readers : ".Three of the ring-leaders were arrested on Sunday. Great excitement. The town was filled with men armed to protect them. The' troopers were under arms at 6.30 p.m. to 12.30 on Sunday.' One thousand men crossed the creek, made for the camp, and requested to.see the officer in charge of the camp. Capt. Zouch and Mr. Griffin received them. They: asked if any and what humber of persons had been arrested withirespect to the rits.:, :They were told three.: They stated thitth'iey~were requested to demand',their release. Captain Zouch and Mr. Griffin firmly but temperately refused. to release '...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A committee of the House -at Conm mons has been appointed to inquire in to the state and working of the marriage laws in Ireland: Major Yelvciton's name hls alsobeen removed from the executive list of the Jockey Club.' p The aonexati'on of Sani Domingo, to, Spain has been formally accomplislTedl: Intelligence had arrived of fuiither. and hirge gold dis"coveries in"Onlifornia. : Mr. Richard Cobaen has been offered' a baronetcy for his services but has de clined it. Major-General Stewart has been ap pointed sole guardian to the youthful and wealthy Marquis of Bute. Nearly two thousand English artists visited France on oe"e occasion recently. The London portion ;of the Indian Faminie Relief Fund now amounts to upwards of 07,6041. The Galwny..mail contract was re scinded in consequenice of not carrying it out' punctually.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
Thorley's Food- fror Cattle, As used in Her Majesty's Stables, His Royal Highness the Prince Consort's Farm, Windsor; throughout the Royal Military Stables of Prussia, by order of his Excellency Lieu tenant - General Willissen, Head. Master of the Horse. OR HORSES it is inidispen F sible in promoting and sustaining' all the animal functions in health and vigour. For MILCII COWS it is invaluable, increas ing the quantity and improving the quality of milk. 'For beasts nothing can compare with it for feeding quickly. For sheep and pigs the effect produced in one month will exceed all expectation. .It is a compound of the purest vegetable ingredients. "It promotes the healthy, action of the digestive organs. ' It converts the com monest provender into good food. It fattens quicker than any known diet. It produces flesh firmer and better flavoured. It is free from'-injurious or mineral Ingredients. Its continued .use . strengthens the constitution. It is adapted for all kinds of stock. A...
THE SYDNEY LIGHT HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
THE SYDNEY LIGHT HORSE.. The new. corps of mounted rifles, has already on its muster roll' forty members, with a'pros pect, as soon as its services, are accepted by the Government, of as many more, Its rapid suc cess is mainly to be attributed to th e peculiar advantages it of fers of a suitable name, _a suit able armament, and above all, a most elegant, appropriate, inex pensive, and useful uniform, that of :iussars, all the materials be ing of colonial manufacture. The opossum skin `busby, 'and . light, blue ;colonial -tweed, are both cheap,Iand very well adapted for a: warm". climate ; enabling all members to wear silver lace wlithout increasing the expense beyond; anl ordinary cloth uni form. 'The undress, complete, will cost 44. The full dress, which must, as far. asthe lace and ornamental part is concerned, be got froin England, will'not ex ceed, for the entire suit; £10, making £14 for both suits, of which the Government will con tribute about £5, reducing it to £10, the orig...
PRISON DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
PRISON DISCIPLINE. IT is undertood to be in contem .ilation by the 'Governnment 'to carry out the system of classi fication, a.s soon as possible, thiioughout the whole of the gaols and. penal establishments .in the colony. Asa reformatory for juvenile offenders, it 'is pro posed to erect suitable buildings at, Windsor, with?- a* sufficient quantity of land to enable the industrial system to be efficiently and effectively carried out ; and to this institution will be Sent all young offenders; that is, all under a certain age. The Philanthr'o pic Institution formerly in Saint George's-Fields, London, and now so successfully managed at Reigate, in Surirey, since it re moval from London, will be a guide for the Windsor establish ment. The female prisoners will-le sent to an entirely:, separate es tablishment; probably art arra matta.. This arrangement will no doubt:be highly beneficial to this class of criminals, and reforma-' tion will be much more probable than under present regulati...
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
ARnTIICi;AL ?iA?SEs.-S--On severel oc casions we have poinited out the advan tages : that would 'accrue to our, stock breeders were they.to introduce artificial: grasses on: their -runs. The p' actice of supplementing nature in this respect is becoming general ii Victoria; and if the settlers of New Soutih Wales do not take a leaf out of the book of tjheir neighbour ing colonists they may expect the latter to bear :the pali, for the superiority of their:daii'y .nd dry cattle. Mr. Charles Ledger who hasli had great practical ex perience in stock : farming in .South Amnerica, has just received from thence fifty cases of the alfalfia or lucerne seed. This grass which is indigenous to that continent, is recommended to . be sown with red clover. It is invaluable as ar tificial fodder, and when: its properties become known every 'one who rears stock will cultivate it.. In order that an opportunity may be nfforded for a trial of the .alfalfa, Mr. 'Ledger:;will supply, through- his: agents,...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 July 1861
Tli'epreparati6; is =are being mahd for holding gan AmImricain:Union Meeting in London. Letters of Marque fromn the Southern Conifederacy have arrived in, England, a'd, efforts are .being-made to, induce Saptains to assist in: fitting out privateers under the flg. of the .Seceeders, to be manned and commanded by English .men.: . )n 'the `14th May a Royal Proclama tion was issued, enjoining neutrality with * regard:. to `hostilities between the Go : vernment of the United States of Ame ::ria aind certaini States stylingtlhemselves 'Confederated States of the South. The Proclamation charges all. subjects of her Majesty to observe a strict neutrality in and' during the aforesaid hostilities. New York, May 13th,--Universal at tention is directed from Europe to Ame rica. SOn the 5th May the twenty days of .grace granted by President Lincoln 'to the citizen .iin arms gainst- the peace [was abandoned. This course was pro :bably necessary to collect his. strength and feel the pulse of the p...