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THE MARKETS. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser ; not as between one dealer and another, much the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available—generally from the local papers ; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.] "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
THE MlARKETS. [ Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; nit as beloen one dealer and another, much less the, retail prices.. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available generally from the local pacers; but it mu't be understood that this journal is hot ansaierable for their correctness. " "AGE " Office, Friday evening. The following may be taken as-the current prices. of the present week: Flour, per ton... fine £18 0 0 seconds £17 0 0 Wheat, per bushel .. 0 5 -9 to 0 6 0 B3ran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 Oats ........ :. ...... o 2 6 ,, 0 3 0 Barley ............... 0 2 6 ,( O 0 0 0 Maize .............. 0 8-0 0 038 Hay, per ton . 8 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Potatoes,perewt,new 0 8 0 ,, 0 8 6 Butter, per lb. ...... 0 0 8 ,, 0 1 0 Bacon, perlb, .... 0 0 6 ,, 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb. (none) 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen . 0.... 0-1 0 ,, 0 0 0 BERRIMA. Flour, £22 per ton; seconds, £20 pe...
QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
SQUEANwEYANPOST OFFICE TIME TABLE ; ~A1RivAL, oF MAILs FRoM _______DPARTURE oF MAILs FoRt POST TOwNs. Sun. Mon. ues. Wed. Thre. Fri. Sat. POST TowNs. Sun. Mon Tues. Wed. Thre. Fri. Sat. Sydney, via i'x ... P.M. ... P.. Sydney, via A.. A . A.M. Goulburn... . 6 00 6 0 6.0 Bangendore. 4.0` 40 4....4 0 Bungendore.. Gonlburn... Sydney, vial P N. P.M. P.M. Sydney, vial Gundaroo..... 10 0 . .10o80 030 Canberra .... . M PM . P.M. Gininderra... Gininderra... 10.30 10380 1080 Canberra.....J Guudargo.. J Coema ....... M A AM. A.x. Micalago P . P.M. P.M. Bunyan . ... J 30 3 30 -. ... 8330 Banyan ... . 6 80 ... b*30 ... 30 Micalago .. Cooma ......6. A.M. Lanyon .. . 60 ... 630 680 Lanyon .....10 10 ... 10 P Vx AMx. AM. 3 Braidwood ... ..80 ... 630 Braidwood 930 ... 9,80 Southern road, pM. P.M Southern road, 1 viaYas..1030 10*30 via Ra4. . . ..
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
colonial 3xtraqts. THE LOAN OF 'ruE PADER.-We had a visit last Monday afternoon from a free se lector who lives not a thousand niilefsfromii Cooma. He called into our office, and. eix pressed a wish to see a copy of 'the MONARto Mkncuirv of " dish last week's." He said he °vanted. to have. von read ob de im pounpin'-if der vosh von ioss, a' brown mare, vid ish brand on de Nimitybelle Pound.' We readily obliged him with a copy, and.our.friend seated himself a :our fireside, paper in hand, and looked ove -the list of horses impounded at Nimitybelle. After he had gleaned the contents, he told -us that ' Do pounkipper say de printer make mistakes---dat der vosh von grey mare I ti'nksyvosh a brown.; :der vosh von mis take,' and be demanded a copy of the MSS.. Now, we. are always ready to. give any information to' a subscriber, but we " do not remember anyone taxing our time to the, extent our inexorable visitor of Monday last did, arid we restrained our impatience in .the hope we were ob...
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
Q(oantnta Xtraqt5. TILE STICKING-UP OF Man GOLD Cost missornn CLARKE, NEAR K aciv'Ari.-The following account of this affair appeared in the Nashville Times of Wednesday week : -News was received in'town yesterday to the effect that, on Friday morning last; Mr J. C. Clarke, the resident commissioner at Kilkivan, had been stuck up' by armed bushrangers, and that shots had beenr fired at him. On inquiring, we were .favoured by Mr sub-inspector Rogers with the fol lowing particulars: It .appears that on the day in question. Mr Clarke, together with Dr Mason, was proceeding to Bonaro for the purpose of holding an inquest. Mr Clarke left M'Taggart's station at half-past 10 a.m., and when about three miles from it, observed a man concealing himself be hind a tree. Suspecting that something was wrong he took his revolver from his holster and put it into his pocket, the man being only twenty.or thirty yards ia front of hint and off the road. He rode up to within a short distance of the' tree...
TYPE-MAKING BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
TYPE MAKING BY _rACIHINERY. *(From tbe &cotamuai) ONEa of the most important purposes to which lead is applied is-the mianufacture. of printing types, in which way it was used upwards of four centurics ago. The, ex traordinary demand for books which ;has spruig-up within recent times has given-an impetus to the tride of the typefounder as well as to that of the publisher; and he has been encouraged to iml rave his productions until a degree of excellence has been attained which leaves little to be desired. The beauty of the letters now manufactured far sur passes that of the best made in any previons period in the history of typefounding, while their variety is beitig daily' increased. In 1778, most of the types used in Scotland were miide in Glasgow; and -there was then only. one typefounder in Edinburgh. The trade afterwards came almost entirely to Edinburgh, and a few years ago there were several typefounders in the city. In Scot-. land; the trade'is now almost exclusivel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
,MEDICAL. D'R. L:AJ1V3ERT, (ILate of Wollongoiig) H AS ARRIVED, and can be consuted at Mrs LEE,s, St. PATRICK'S INN, Queanbeyan. B UGGY FQOR 7SALE. ..L Apply-at the PARSONAGE, Queanbeyan. NOTICE. LL. ACC OUTN TS rendered to .the 80th June last by the undersigned must be arranged by the 10th August,.. otherwise legal pro ceedings for IMMEDIATE RECOVERY -will be instituted without further notice: .` J3,WRIGHT. ANNUAL STOCK - TAKING. GREAT & UNRESERVED SALE AT THE I3BRA1DWOOD STORU QUEANBEYAN; Previoius to Stock-taking in September. THE undersigned begs to inform his friends in the Queanbeyan district that, in consequence of his annual stock-taking in September. he has resolved to reduce his large and well-assorted stock by SEL=.,T _ C - OFF untiIthat date. He would remind them that this announcement is bt N* PUFF TO DECOY THE UNWARY but a boiaflde intention to reduce his stock to such an extent as tofacilitate the stock-taking in September. He will sell - Best Congou tea, 2/...
Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS. MONDAY, JULY 20TH, 1868. BEFORE his Honour District Judge SIMPSON. CATTLE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
Local and District News. &nbsp; QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS. MONDAY, JULY 20Th, 1868. BEFORE his Honour District Judge Simpson. CATTLE-STEALING. Robert Jobson (on bail) was indicted for having, at Butmaroo-creek, near Bungendore, stolen two bullocks, the property of Thomas Flynn; a second count charged the prisoner with feloniously receiving the same. The prisoner was defended by Mr Walsh, and pleaded not guilty. The crown prosecutor (Mr Templeton) hav- ing opened the case, called Senior-constable Griffin, who proved the arrest of prisoner, at the court house, Bun gendore, on the 24th of last April; witness read over to prisoner the warrant issued for his apprehension on this charge, and he re- plied " Very well." Thomas Flynn, farmer, of Butmaroo-creek, stated that he saw prisoner on the 23rd of last April galloping away from two head of his (witness's) fat cattle which were running to wards his yard; the cattle were " all of a- muck," as if ran a great distance. Cross-exam...
The Age. SATURDAY, JULY 25th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
SATURDA Y,' JULY 25th, 1868. IN the immediate prospect of railway communication with Sydney approaching so near a point as Marnlan to several important centres of our southern -popu lation, it is not to be wondered at that the natural desire should be aroused in these several communities to possess a leading, not to say monopolise the prin cipal, thoroughfare to the terminus for the time being. Hence the agitation be tween Goulburn and Braidwood 'on the subject of rival roads-each obviously fighting for its own interests and using its best exertions to enlist on its side the, influence of neighbouring populations. Queanheynn, for instance, has been invited to contest with the City of. the South for the establishment of the Boro road as a permanent first-class thoroughfare for Braidwood, Queanbeyan, and .iMonaro, in opposition to the endeavours of Braid wood to secure direct communication with the rail at Marulan, We have purposely refrained from en tering the lists in this: war.for ...
PROSPECTUS OF THE PIONEER EXPEDITION TO NEW GUINEA FOR Trading and Exploring Purposes. LEADER: Mr A. Keith Collins. KIAMA COMMITTEE : Robert Marks, Robert Harvison, John King, William Wilson, James King, Arthur Harvison, Hugh Mitchell, Robert Kendall. With power to add to their number. SECRETARY AND TREASURER: Mr John King. TEMPORARY OFFICE : King's Central Store. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
S OQSPEiCTCTS OP THE PIONEER EXPEDITION TO NEW GUINEA FOR Trading and Exploring PurposeB. LEADER:.Mr A. CKeith Collins.: KIAMA COmmaaITTEE: Robert Marks, Robert IHarvison, 'John Kin;, William.Wilson; James' King, Arthur Harvison, Hugh Mitchell, Robert Kendall. With power to add to their number. SECRETARY AND TIREASURER: Mr John King. TEMPORARY OFPICE : King's Central Store. jjTUBLIC attenition has for some time . been directed torthe Island Continent of New Guinea, in a series'of lectures delivered by Mr A. KEITnCoLLINs, as a valuable but hitherto unculti vated field for commercial enterprise and colonisation unknown from the fact, that a' few interested parties, 'reaping immense profit, have found'it.their policy to keep the wealth'oI that island buried in obscurity.. 2. Among the naturalproducts of New. Guinea and its surrounding waters, are known to 'abound gold, copper, diamonds, camphor-wood, ebony,' san dal-wood, tortoise-shell, pearls, pearl-shell, amber gris,' trepang or bec...
HOSPITAL MEDTINGS. ELECTION OF TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
HOSPITAL MiIDTINGS. 1ELECTION OF TRiEASUREfR. PURSUANT to advertisement a. meeting of the subscribers to the Qu-aanhaynn hospital took place at the hoard-room last Tuesday after noon, for the purpose of electing a treasurer in the room of Dr IHaylpy resigned. The meeting was the largast hospital -meeting: we ever attended. Several gentlemen from the country were present beside a goodly number of townsfolk. George Campbell. Esq., of Duntroon, presi dent of the institution, occcpied the chair. After some desultory conversation, -the basi ness of the meeting was initiated hy thesecre tary reading the advertisement and the res g nation of the late transurer. J. J. Wrighlt, E-q., J.:P., rose to propose the first resolution. He spoke laiglhy in praise of the ability and diligernce to duty displayed by the late treasurer. It was, until within the last few days, his intention to have Irmposed a gentleman now present-his friend Mr Gale -for the vacant office. It had since been suggested that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
A SOLEMN' ADMONITION TO T'H1E DEBILIJ2ATED. DR. GE. FRED. THOMAS LICENI'IATE OF T'iE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON, .1864. MEMBER OF THIE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, LONDON, 1859. M AY be confidentially consulted either pereonelly or by letter, containing it fee of '1, in-all cases when the nssistanceo of a physician e necessary-b: t espccirlly in thoso aiviaing from an larty abuse of the laws of nature, resulting in. the oasa of. procreative power, or impotence through the, debilitated condition of the organs of generation, nervousness, flushing, exhausting nocturnal emissions impaired memory, want of energy; avoidance of so ciety,.eruptions of the skin, rheumatic pains, ulcera tions of the mouth and throat, loss of lair, sores on th'bcand, enolrgement of the glands, and a vitiated condition of the blood and secretions. : Dr Thomas would impress upon the minds of the public that lie is the only legally qualified physician and surgeon who advertises to cure diseases of this pri...
QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868
QUARTERLY AOCerTNTS:' We beg to remind Subscribers; 4dver -tisers, and others .towose AccounL.are now rendered, of the vital importan.q to is of undelayed settlement of the same. Mlany of these accounts are of long standing; and, we respectfully wrge a return of that consideration woe have' ever, showon (particularly throuigh the recent depressed times) by an early response to our present soli citations. We have no desire or in tention to distress those who will con vince us of temporary inability to pay; but woe are persuaded there are many whose accounts remain unpaid through simple negligence. To these in particular we address ourselves, and sincerely hope the tenor of our remarks will have the effect of render ing any other means of payment un necessary.
[ADVERTISEMENT.] TO MR F. MACAULIFFE, BLACKSMIGH, GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868
(ADVERTISE3fIENT.J TO DIR F. nIACAULIFFE, BLACKSMITH0. GININDEltLtA. I AM glad to inform you that the repairs you have done to my thrashing machine have given me the greatest satisfaction, being far superior to the rep;irs effectedoin:Sydney for thr same machine; and I haer therefore great pleasure in recrmmend ing any one requiring work dune or repairs made in.: thie blacksmith line to give you a trial. You can make whatever use of this you like. I am, sir, yours truly, his EDWARD X SMITIH. marak. P.S.-I should not omit to state that your charge; was moderate; and that I trust'tli0" press in these2 districts will notice what I have said.
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868
WEEKLY CALENDAR. DayslOr towecK. I u uries 3nseto Age. ... l. G;.: RATDU11A T ... "' 1" 5n·IR 17nr 5 11 BUYI)Ai . ... - 1 51 iS It MONII)Y ... ... ... C3 G& 17 14 TIJE1,klA1Y ......... 4 G 6t 5 17 Is Wt'F~l4Ni'tY 5 ... 6 5 17 16 I'll 1'ItSIAY . ... ... . A6 ;1 r 17 YRIIDAY.. ........... 7 51 5 S 15I Frm-' moon an MTonauy. lime 5,,1. nt Sih. 5;mm,. p.m.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868
LATEST INTELLIGEN.CE [rPa oGRVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wedniesday. Mr. D...can.. the Collec. r of Cusboms has beien suspendiled bS/ the Colonial ?reasurer for refusing to comply _with his. instruction in re freence to a consignment of dutiable goods, detained at the.Cistoms, ;+3r Eagar has called upon ;;Ar Duncan to shoew cause why he should not be disimissed from the public service, but no decision on the case has yet been arrived at by the Executive "Coungi .. The " Supreme Court has ordered that a ,erdict shall be entered for the defendant in the case ofy Mate v. Nulgent. The effect- of this decision is that the recognised selections of conditional punchasers. are. to operate against the cliims of parties' who desire to exercise their preemptive rights. The publication of the ILLAWARRA Ex PRinss is to be resi.med to-morrqw. (Thursr day).. The line to Marulan is positively to be be opened on the 6th August. Mr Arnold, the Speaker of . the, Legisla tive Assembly, returned t...
Important from New Zealand. SERIOUS NATIVE OUTBREAK. DEFEAT AND HORRIBLE MASSACRE OF ARMED CONSTABULARY BY THE MAORIS. CAPTAIN ROSS, SERGEANT M'FARLANE, AND EIGHTEEN OTHERS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868
Important from New Zealand. SERIOUS NATIVE OUTBREAK' DEFEAT 'AND 1IIOR1UlBL~fhl'MASSACIRE -OF 'ARI1ED CONSTA'BULARY BY TEIE 'MAORIS. eJAP mAIN -ROSS, SERGEANTL M'FAR r LANE, :AND EIGIHI'EFN OTHERS KILLED. THE WangauniTimeslof July 13th issued the following extra at 7 a:m..-- A mounted orderly arrived in town at 5 o'clock last evening, with a despatch from Colonel MacDonnel to Colonel Gor ton, to'the effect that he had received a verbal report that Turo Turo Moki had been attacked on Friday night and all the men in the redoubt, with the exception of six, killed by the natives, Captain Ross and Sergeant MacFarlane being'amsong those killed. Lieut.Colouel Gorton hits issued placards calling for 100 volnhteers and:will most probably:leaveefor Patea in the course of to-morrow. Mr Williams, who brought in the intel ligence from Patea, in four hours, called at Waiaoa, gave notice ;that 5women and children were to go into Patea or Wangan ui fori"protection. The; attack on Turo Turo Moki too...
THE MARKETS. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser ; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available—generally from the local papers ; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.] "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868
T.. H E ABXETS [ Unless otherwise epressed. the prices quoted in, this article are. those in transactions between the. producer and thIe first jusnichaser; i, asd bewe'a one dealer and another, esich less the retail prices. Te atsles quoted are gathered C frm the best sources, available- ge srally from the local pareris; but it mu*t be understood lat this ~fournal is" rot answerable for tVeir correetness.J . '« AEs" Offlice, Frildy'evenag. The following may` be taken as the current prices of the present week:-- +.. , Flour, per toi;:. fne £18 '0 0secoinds £17 0 0 Wheat, per hbshel.. O -0;: ;9: to :.0 6. 0; Bran, per bushel ........ 0 .10.. . -. 0 0. 0 Oats .................. 0 2 ,, O 8 O Barley .................. 0 2 6 ,,' O 0 0 Maize ............... .O 8' 0 L 0 8 , lay, perton ....... 8 0 0 0 .oU 0 . Potatoes,percwt, ew .0 4 0 ,, 0 a 86 Butter, per lb. ...... 0. O 8 ,, 0 1 01 Bacon,perlb........ ' 0 ,O 6 ,, 0 0 0 Cheese.per lb. (none) 0 0 0 ,, . 0 0 Eggs, perdozen ...... 0 1..0 ,, ...