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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1867
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.. Co iviociTxb or SEARLE AND "BALLAN,-The trial of Searle and Ballan ?for the murded of Mr T.':U' Burke was 'concluded oni Saturday,` and: after';the J udge hadisummed 'up the jury retired for delibera ion.:'' The, court was crowed to excess,.every avail able corner,.being taken up ,y persons eager to hear the result of the trial. Few, however, doubted= what the verdic, would be, and-fewer still, were sur prised :when the jury returned into court, and the foremiian fiind both the prisoners "guiltyvoft mur der."':: On being asked in the .usual manner if they had anything to say why the law. should notbe en forced agairist them, Searle addressed the Ciutiý't protesting that he knew nothing of Ballin's intent to:rob : Mr.;'Burke until within :a quarter of an hour of the ti.ne it was done. nor did he know anything' - about the intent to murder until four minutes before the fatalishot. was fired by Ballan. AN'ien: Searle mentioned- his name, Ballan turned to him defi...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1867
NAPROw 'ESoiPE P110! DiaowivmING-On iMonday some teams goiing to (Coorna with loading 1.ad to camp on thli Gindtarooside of the Molonglo'on ac count of tihe s~ollen slate of its, waters, and there remain until' the flood 'houild sufficiently abate-to admit; of a crossing. Requiring rations; sometime in the afternoon a lad ýnamed Polock '-accomlpanying the teams,- nmounted a horse with- the intention o crossinrgthe river and coining into: Qdeanbeb an to procure some. -When be got into ?he river on the, horse, it appears the current was too strong and, had the ecfect of:washing the lad from the animal;, owing to- its suddenly. going under the water,'and the lad wvas -catriied rapidly down' the stream, forfunately, assistance was close at hand, and some -men seeing the extrerme danger the lad. was in, "ran with a rope and threw it"out to him, who- ha-lby-this time been' washed a good. distance down the : stream; he suc ceeded in catching, bold of it and by. its means was hauled to the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1867
Wanrted; mT oid hd tRAIDWO2Da aridiJ JM1AC.U l3ENE.L Apply toP ~... *~'j~ VRGHSTuehnbleyrit ~7ASTE PAPiR,i su~itaild for :shop~ at: .h . eI b C t0 onstantly tti s&n tle in any quantities, a ofilc Age ;.D, * MANCHESTER HOUSE, Q IUE ANBEYA. .7?7TNTED .to he known, that fresh sup : plies"are NOW AT HAND and.the stock replete j'n the following departments with every article known to the proprietor in suf ficient demand to justify thoir being kept in stock : SGeneral drapery and clothing, Boots, shoes, and leather. Grocery and oilmen's stores. .American goods, assorted. Cedar and pine---all'thicknesses.:: ;; Assorted ironmongery and cutlery? Kerosean oil and lamps. Stati onery. Saddlery andfancy goods, Patent MCDIC ENES and domestic; DRUGS, from the house iof --. A. wATT and 0ol X ANTED to be known that from this The ?rofits will be Remarkably Small," The puiblic are requested to judge for them selves.: . BOBERT SINDEL 4 UGUST 1st, t. 867T.' - tc-1.8 57 WHEAT. WHEAT . T E undersi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1867
GREVILLE AND COMPANY, A CENTS for Messrs W . BII.; BONNE i-, iWELL, London1 have constantly on. hand a varied assortment of tlieir celebrated : .WOO.D.: LEETTI'ER ,. fdor which they ?btained _thel only prize awarded at the International Exhibition, 1862, Class XXVIII, 'No. 6213. "?! Specimnen books on application: A J.. WATT,& Co.'s PATENT MEDICINESE WORM. LOZENGES, which have entirely superseded the use of Worm Powders Now on sale at the "AGE" office, Queanbeyan. 'Oyo"u' :.suffer from i' physical: incaipacty:.? f Are yoii suffering from nervous detili ty T:. ve you. been the guilty victim of any -secres vice ? : Do you suffer f om a:a seti-,of: syfmptoms .nearly akin more or less to the fol1 lowirig ::-A pretty fair: condition of health, notp yet :positively. ill, but a feeling iupon you that you ? are: not quite right;? amalaise,; a tendency to0 despondency; .a slight occasional logss of.:memory ;. som9times a weakness across the small-of the back and oins:; .n :waking a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1867
C. COOPER, , COOK ANID PASTRY COOK, C ON F E C'T IO,N ER, Ifnnc:y 1teritd d n :i5tcuit t tait, MONFARO-S'R.EE7T, Q UEANBEYAN. HOT ROLLS every morning at Eight q'clock. u. I you want CHEAP ana J.GOOD "BOOTS, go to the QIUEANBEYAN TAN'NERY . Wholesale ;and " Retail. THOS. BUTTLE. Fruit Trees, Plants, Bulbs, and .Garden Seeds. "' TI`J-3E £ IDEJ S"19' SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY. JOHN BAPTIST and SON have for Sale a large stock of Fruit Trees, Flowering and Ornamerital.Plants, Bulbs, and Garden Seeds, for which lthey' respectfully solicit orders. Priced Cat alogutes forwarded on application. * Goods packed :iii the greatest care. JOHN BAPTIST & SON, ,; ; Nursery and Seedsmen. GREVILLE AND COMPANY,' AGENTS for Messrs STEPHENSON, -BLADK? & CO., :Shetlield, have on SALE, A large aid varic 1 stock of their celebrated Printin Types, Cases, & c'" GREVILLE 'AND'COMPA4Y, TWHOLESALE 'STATIONERS;AND PRIN'LTERS' BROKERS, bave slways on Sale, a large assortment of Single and double ...
THE BRAIDWOOD ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1867
THE BRAIDWOOD ROAD. (Frotn the Goulburn Herald.) WHEN the agitation now going on in favor &nbsp; of connecting Braidwood with Marulan via Bungonia was commenced and almost up to the present time it was the fashion of the speakers to denounce the selfishness of the people of Goulburn. In what way these unfortunates had laid themselves open. to this charge was not very plain, unless indeed it was expected that they ought vehemently to join in said agitation and with all their might and main demand the opening of a road which the agitators think will do a great amount of injury to Goul burn. Now if the making of the proposed road is to be hurtful to Goulburn, it was surely too much for the people of Bungonia and that section of the people of Braidwood who agree with them to expect assistance from a quarter whose interests they acknow ledged to be contrary to their own. They might even have expected something like active opposition, and ought not to have grumbled had they met wi...
COMMERCIAL. [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.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
COMMERCIAL. V" 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 answer able for their correctness.1 BERRIUUA l'ICi(Er ('URRENT.-Fine flour, £14 per ton: seconds, £13 per ton (if less than half a ton, is. per 100 lbs. extra); bran, Is. pfr bushel: pollard, is. 6d. per bushel; wheat, 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel: oats,. 3s. id. per bushel: bar lev, 4s. per bushel ; maize, 5s. per bushel: bay, £3 to £3 10s. per ton ; potatoes, 6s. per cwt.; butter, 9d. per lb.; bacon, 6>d. to 71. per lb.: cheese, 6d. to 7d. per lb.: eggs, is. per dozen; tat cattle, £4 to £5 per head : sheep, 11s. 6d. to 12s. per head : pigs, 3%d. to 4d. per lb.; prime fresh beef, retail, 312d. per lb. lRAIbWoop PRICES CURRENT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, $EUTER'S AGENTS, 8, BRIDGE-STREET, SYDNEY, And at Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, and at Wellington, N. Z. AGENCIES at Galle, Suez, Alexandria, £3... Malta, Marseilles, Paris, Panama, New York, London, &c. Messages sent to all parts of Europe, and replies received in 78 days. Telegrams sent for Merchants and Private Persons to any part of the World. ,Business transacted by Telegram-Inquiries made, and answers received with the utmost dispatch, and a strict confidence. Messages sent to overtake or forestall the English Mail. Short-hand Writing and Reporting in all its branches.
PRUSSIA. Berlin, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
PRUSSIA. Berlin, June 5. It is semi-officially reported that the Prussian government has refused to coin ply with the expressed desire of the Em peror Napoleon, that it would pledge it self against any future arming of the for tress of Rastadt. Berlin, June, 6. It is said that the Emperor Napoleon will pay a visit to the King and Court of Prussia, in this city, during the month of September.
QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producer and Purchaser. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producer and Purchaser. -0 Wheat, 1 bushel .. 0 4 to £0 4 6 Flour ton ... 0 12 0 0 14 0 Bran, ,, bushel 0 1 3 0 0 0 Maize ,, 10'4 0 0, 4 6 Barley 0. . '"3 0 0 3 6 Oats ,, ...026 .30 Bay, ý.ton .. 3 0 0 3 10.0 Butter, `lb 0 ' 0 9 0 1 0 Cheese, ,,... 0 06 0 0 0 Bacon, 0. 0. 0 5 0 0'7 9ggs do ..0 1 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, 'j cwt. 0. 4 .0 0 0 0
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
ITALY. The Italian Parliament has refused to ratify the Convention concluded by Sig nor Ferrara, the Minister of Finance, with the Cymptoir d'Escompte and Messrs Fould, Oppenheim, and Erlanger of Paris,' for raising a loan bassed upon the pro ceeds of an extraordinary tax upon the Church property' of Italy..
PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
PANAMA. A commission has. been sent out to Panama by the Court of Queen'slBench, London, to take evidence in the case- of the s.s. European, blown up by nitrorgly cerine at Aspinwall in April last. The suit is laid by the Liverpool and London underwriters, against Messrs Guion-& Co., shippers, and is for £50,000.
PROSPECTUS OF THE Braidwood Independent; A SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE MATERIAL, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL INTERESTS OF THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
. IE IOSP"EOTT.TS OF THE A SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE MATERIAL, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL INTERESTS OF THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT.: T HE publication atBRAIDWOODOf a second newspaper which, from its principles, its in tegrity, its general ability, and varied contents, shall claim regard as the faithful exponent of public opinion, the guardian of popular rights, the corrector of abuses, the advocate of liberal politics, and the educator of the people, will, it is only reasonable to presume, be bailed with satisfaction as a long-desired boon, and meet with encouraging support. Such an organ will, it ii hoped, be found in the Braidwood Independent; and in assuming so high a stand, it will profess nothing more than it will be prepared to perform, and perform only the legitimate functions of the PRESS, which must ever conduce to the prosperity and happiness of the people. The Independent will be the organ of no party, and have no proclivities except towards avowedly liberal, progressive,...
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE. London, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE. -London, June 10. Severe distress amounting almost to a famine prevails, in the Western part of Ireland. A despatch from Dublin states that some twenty-five . Fenians attempted to ltnd near Dungarvon on the :3rd instant, but were discovered, arrested and lodged in the Waterford County Jail " to await trial, It is supposed that their object was to make a raid of some kind. They said they were from Boston, Massachusets. The expedition to Africa in search of Dr Liviugstone has sailed from Eng land.' It isn uderstoodto be the intention of the Sultan of Turkey to visit Queen Victoria at London some time during the month. of July, after he has completed his visit to thy, Emperor Napoleon and the Paris . xhib.i:ou. t
"TRADE IS A LITTLE DULL." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
', TRADE IS A. LITTLE DULL.'' I THE following little. sketch appears it thea Boston Commercial Bnlletin. . It. forcibly e illustratns . the fact that "trade is a little dull," and also that the portion of busi.. e ness community known as "drummers," o1 a commercial travellers, despite their almost j inexhaustible resources and invention, are often oblige to yeild to the pres'ure of these f stagnant timee. "'One of -these gentlemen, who has re cently returned from a trip for rThistle Bio therls, and Co., of this city, did not show a verylarge exhibit of orders to balance the. liberal exdense account allowed' him by the' firm' and'Mr Thistle, looking oirer his re turn said. Mr Rataplan, I am ifraid,' you do'uot` approach the dealers 'in the `ight way; 1 used fo be very successful ini this line Now, just suppose me to be MrBigliro Sellout, Illizio-s, and show 'me the wiay you intiroduce the. house.' ". ""Accordingly 1Rataplan stepped out of;the ? counting-room and re-entered,;bat ifi h...
UNITED STATES. Reuter's Express. New York, June 11th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
UNITED STATES. Reuter's Express. New York, June 11th6 1867. The Judiciary Committee, at Washing ton, has adjourned until the 20th of June, after having refused, by a vote of five to four, to recommend the impeachment of the President. The Coummittee how ever, passed a resolution censuring Mr Johnson for official acts. "meriting the condemnation of the people.'.' The trial of John H. Surrat, charged with, complicity in the assassination of President Lincon, has commenced at Washington. Chili and Peru have declined the offer ed mediation of the United States in the war with Spain, unless the powers of the arbitrator to be appointed by the United States shallbe greatly abridged. The downfall of the Mexican Empire and the capture of Maximilian has been officially announced. Quretaro, through treachery of one of the Imperial Generals (Lopez), was captured on the 15th, o May. President Johnson visited North Ca rolina, and was most cordially received there. Jefferson, Davis is at Montreal....
ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. MATAURA WITH THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1867
ARRIVAL OF THE TRM.S. MATAURA WITH THE PANAMA MAIL. THI IHN.Z. &A.R.M. Company's steam ship Mataura, Capt. G. E. Bird, R.N.R., arrived at Wellington, from Panama, -at 11 p.m. on July 24th, and got in at 7.30 next morning. She sailed from- Panama at 8.30 a.m. on the 25th of June, with the European mails and passengers, which arrived at Aspinwall from St. Thomas's on the 22nd, having been conveyed to the latter place, from Southampton by the Tasmania: - Nothing of importance occur red during the passage; light S.E. trades were experienced on leaving, and during the remainder of the voyage strong wes terly winds and fine weather, The Mataura arrived at Panama from Wellington at 6 p.m. on the 4th of June, During the voyage a painful accident oc curred. William Bedford, the ship's cook, was struck by a heavy sea and washed over the engine hatch, breaking I his leg, rendering amputation necessary. The operation was succesfully performed, but the poor fellow afterwards died of ex h...