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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
(From the Panama Star.) Our advices via the Atlantiocable are to 20th August. ENGLAND. At a meeting of the 'tory: party in - the Crystal Palace, London, resolutions `were adopted expressing. a determination to sup port the church, the throne, 'ahd the consti tution. Hon. Reverdy Johnson has arrived in London. The American yacht. Sappho has ohal loiged the English yachts to a race, and the challenge has been .accepted by the Aline, the Qamhria,. the, Oimara,. and the Condor.. The race takes place to-morrow, the 21st. The sail will be round the Isle of Wight.
SATURDAY—OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
SATUwDAY-OcTODan1 10. The general jail delivery having been gone through by his Honor, he stated that the criminal business was finished. The civil sittings were then continued. MEALLY AND OTHERS V. SHEA. This was an action of ejectment, to recover posses sion of two sections of land situated near Gunning, and known as Norfolk. Mr. Darley, instructed by Messrs. Billyard and Curtis, appeared for plaintiffs; and Mr. Davis, in structed by Mr. Gannon, for the defendant. Ono of the plaintiffs, Mr. Terence Aubrey Murray, claimed to be entitled to the land in dispute, as having been in possession of it, and having putthe defendant's husband on the land as care-taker. The principal question was whether Murray did in fact put the defendant's husband into possession or not. It was proved by Messrs. Jeremiah Lehane, O. A. Maessy, and C. R. Carter that the defendant's husband was put in possession, and had acknowledged he was there for Mr. Murray; and Mr. Carter proved that £10 had been paid to...
THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
THE. CONTINENT. More distress is said to prevail in Spain than has been known for half a century. Entire provinces are suffering from famino, and in fertile districtsInrge numbers of the inhabitants are crowding into the towns seeking relief. What with its political troubles in addition, Spain is in such a con dition that any chango must be for the bottor. According to a letter from Rome in the Dehats, there has been a complete rupture of diplomatic relations between the Austrian. government and the Vatican. Al. do . Mley senherg has left Rome, after placing in Cardinal Antonelli's hand the protest of Herr von Boust against the Papal allocution of the 22nd June, which declares null and void the laws passed by the Austrian Parlia ment and sanctioned by the Emperor. It Was asserted not long since, and after wards denied, that enlistments for some fresh Garibaldian expedition were making. in some of the Italian cities. It is now an nounced that the Roman police have dis; covered the be...
DETAILS OF NEWS BY THE RUAHINE. GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
DETAILS OF NEWS BY T`THE .RUAKINE. (From the English and American papers.) GREAT BRITAIN. A CLEnovGrAx FOUND DEAD IN A FIELD. On Monday, 27th July, an inquest was held at Stambourne a large village in the lower part of Essex, on the body of the Rev. J. Forster, the rector of the parish, and the author of the Churchman's Guide, the Gospel Narrative, and other works, who had been.found dead in a field not far from his residence. The reverend gentleman, who had been rector of Stambourne since 1858, was fifty-nine years of age, and it appeared that on the evening of Friday he left the rectory for a walk, speaking to some of the domestics in a cheerful tone as he left the grounds. As he had not returned at ten o'clook.the family became alarmed; some of the neighboring farmers were called up,. and the search for -him was continued through the night. Early' the next morning the body was found lying on a bed of potatoes, growing in an allotment field a quarter of a mile from the rectory; he...
FRIDAY—OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
FKmAY-Oloene 0. The civil business commencod this morning. The barristers present. were the Solicitor-General, Sir William Manning, Mr. G.M. Stephen, Afr. Darley, Mr." M. H.Stephen, Mr. Davie, Mr. Rogeresand Mr. Fitzhardingo. Attorneys,, Messrs.! Walsh and B3ette,. Mr. Gannon, Mr. ,urtis, and Mr. Pigott., The following case was called on: NEWTON AND OTHERS, V. ILES. This was an action of ejeetment brought by Messrs. Christopher Newton and Co. agansst John. Iles to reaover possession of allotment -0 of seation 17 in the town of. Seymour. Mr. Davis for the plaintiffis. The action ws neot defended, aId there was no appearanice 'on the 'part of the defendant. The jury by direotion of his Honor returned a ver diot for the plaintiff.,
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER OREVIL.LES TELEGRfAM COMPANY] SYDNEY.. Wednesday. A meeting of the Cabinet was held this morning to consider the division. in the As scmbly yesterday on the reply to the address. The result has not yet transpired. A House in Macquarie-street has been leased by the Government for Commodore Lambert. Mr. Montague, younger, has been ap pointed organist at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Lieut. Purcell and 82 non-commissioned officers and tien of the Royal Artillery em barked on board the Rifleman this morning for Gibraltar.. The artdlerymen were ac comnpanied to the wharf by two bands dis coursing sweet music. It is reported that the Government intend to establish a Model Farm. * Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co., report prime beef as worth fromt 27/6 to 30/ per 1001b, and best 5611 wethers from 10/ to [BY: ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Friday. Afternoon. There was a large meeting of- Ministeriail supporters yesterday. It is reported that the resignation of the Government will lb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
IOLLOWwAY's OINTMENT.. AND PILLS. -Sores, Wounds, and Ulcers.-Every variety of sore, ulcer, erur tion. boil, carbuncle is safely stopped in its des tructive course by the timely application of this heal ing ointment. It arrests unhealthy and at batitues healthy action, thus curing the inflamed, irritable, and spreading diseases affecting the skin. Holloway's ointment has gained. an imperishable lame for its facility in healing old inflammatory sores about the shins and ancles, and for bad legs and old wounds it cannot he equalled; nor is it less eflicacious in gathering breasts and abscesses. When the com plaint has been of long continuance, Hlolloway's pills will expedite recovery if taken in those doses which act as alternatives on the stomach and tonics on the constitution.
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
WEEKLY CALENDAR. . Days of toe weac. Day On S rises Sun sets Age. 8AT(URDAY.. Oct. 17 5 10 - a 11 1 SUNDAY. . s 1. 61 MONFDAY '9 5 17 6 1h n WUF.111*1Y 20 5 15 0 15 4 t'11UNSIlAY . -21 55 6I1s 5I LIRpA. 53 16 :-FRI1DAY.. ~.4 5 12 ,.6 17 .7 First quarter. en Fridoiy. the 16th,; st 71. A47'. p.m.
WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. (lrom the Neo Zealand papers.) As we anticipated, the success of the tauhaus has set the whole of the North Island in a flamo; and the seriousness of the matter is greatly increased by the fact that the troops are so thoroughly do moralised as to be utterly incapable of service in the field, while their commanders have retired " in disgust." But the most alarming part of the intelli gecoe is that Matutaera, the Maori King, who has for somo considerable time retired from strife, his deolarod war, so that the contest is no longer con finod to the Itiuhaus, but the influential party who advocate Maori monarohy will enter the field. A significant proof of this is given in the mutiny of the friendly natives, who defy the Government, and refuse to surrender their arms. The arch-rebsl and cannibal Karelia, whose influence among the tribes is very great, has gone to Patea to join Titokowaru, who, flushed with success, has boldly marched into the open. A powerful friendly...
FIRE IN CALLAO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
FIRE IN CALLAO. On theloth instant the most extensive fire ever' known in Callao broke out about nine o'clock in the ovening, originating it is believed in the Hotel Coufianza, situated in the Calle do Constituoion. The flames wore not long in gaining ground, and ore the fire engines hero and of Lima were in active operations the fire was so strong and power ful that it was with difficulty extinguished, and only after a great loss of valuable property. The fire extended on- the one hand along to the house of the Prefect, and every house was burnt up to the Rona. Hotel, the front part of which fortunately escaped. In the other direction every house was destroyed up to the first opening in the street, three or four houses beyond the building formerly known as the Olub Mer cantile. Again on the other side of the street the houses running from Calle do Sosiego to Calle de Peligro were also burnt to the ground. Altogether some thirty houses are totally destroyed and twenty seven others s...
GOULBURN ASSIZES. WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
GOULBURN ASSIZES. WEDNESAY-OCTOBER 7. &nbsp; His Honor Mr. Justice Hargrave took his seat upon the bench at ten o'clock. RAPB AT SUTTON POREST. Michael Clancy surrendered to his bail. He was charged with having, on the 1st April last; at Sutton Forest, feloniously assaulted and committed a rape on Ann Norman. Prisoner was defended by Mr. Davis, instructed by Mr. Gannon. There was no evidence corroborative of that given by the prosecutrix, and the jury acquitted the prisoner: ASSAULT AT COLLEOTOR. In re Michael Davoren, Patrick Davoren, William Davoren, and John Brogan (on bail) for assault, the Solicitor-General said it was not the -intention of the crown to proceed with this case these assizes, in consequence of a material witness (the person as saulted) being in Queensland; he would, therefore, ask that defendants be bound over in their own recognizancee to appear at the next Goulburn assizes. Michael and Patrick Davoron were then bound over in £100 each, and William Davor...
APPALLING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
APPALLIT±G NEWS. The nows which appears in our columns to-day is; the mostgappalling and heart rend .ing it has over been ouir painful lot to lay before our readcrs. Thousands upon thous ands of lives called into eternity in an in stant; whole cities, towns, and villages swept away from the face of the earth as if by magic; dozens of ships with their crews whirled from their anchorages like toys by the receding sea, and then swallowed up by a mighty wave. Such, a picture of general destruction and desolation, extending hun dreds upon hundreds of miles along the coast, and reaching from the- sea-board up into the topmast. heights of the Andes, can scarcely be imagined as is contained in our correspondents' letters, and the render stands aghast with hor-or' vlieii he tries to contem plate or comprehend the magnitude of the devastation that has occurred. From Arica we have the most graphic picture of the sad event. The agent of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company in his letter to the ...
UNITED STATES. NEW YORK, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
UNITED STATES. Nrw Yonic, August 20. The secretary of war has declined to fur-. nish: arms to the new state governments- in thon South, ajid the Governors of several of thos& statest have united in7tad appeal to Congress to nasemble on the day to which it adjourned and legislate for their benefit. That the arming of the negroes and their l trainers would be fratight with terrible con sequences to the Southern States it needs no prophetic vision to foresee. The sighs of a gathering storm aro already portentous, and it would be the part of wisdom .to allay , excitement and guard against the possibility of a war of races. That there is a danger is attested by the fact that the Governor of Louisiana-a radical and a carpet-bagger I has been in counsel with leading democratic citizens of that state to devise measures which would 'seeifre harmony and avert a threatened collision. A new municipal government for the city of Montgomery, Ala.,'consists of about an equal number of white...
The criminal business was then proceeded with. MURDER AT MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
The criminal business was then proceeded with. )IuIIDIt AT MiARENG6O. Jaques Etoinno'aliassLouis Doulhef was chargedu with having, on the 16th August, at Mlarengo, mur derail Daniel Crotty.:, The prisoner pleaded oot, guilty, and was defended by Mr. G. M. Stephen, instructedb Mr. Gannon. The Solicitor-General in stating the case to the jury remarked' upon its` importance, and invited them to earnestly consider. the evidence, that would be addnood. From the, depositions it was plain to him that a clearcutee of murder was, made out against the-"prisoner. ' The Solicitor-general then proceeded to call the witnesses. The first was, Martin Brennan, who deposed: I am a police-ser eant at Arnnen; I arrested the prisoner on the 6th ayt; from iformation 'received I went to his reei deuce and saw him reading I told him the charge and he said "I suppose I must go with you;" I asked him to show me his right arm, and he said it is on the left armn; I saw on his right arm the letters L.D.; on his...
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
UNITED STATES. FLOOD AT BALTIMOnE.-NoW York, Aug. lst.-On Friday last, the 24th July, a tremendous rain-storm visited the city of Baltimore and vicinity. The streets of the city wore flooded to a depth of eight or nine feet. Hundreds of stores were submerged, and much property destroyed. A street-car. was floated from the track and swept away by the waters. Six persons are missing, supposed to have boon drowned. A Balti more dispatch of the 20th says :-" The long bridge spanning the Patapsco from the foot of Eighth-streot to the Anne Efaundle shore,-is blocked with the debris of the flood. The 'river surfedi" for' severful acres is jammed with the wrecks of ovbr thirty houses, all kinds of moveables, factory-fixings, boilers, partsaof, engines, and every species of property. Nearly 200 bales of cotton have been taken--out- of;:the mass. Thousands visited the flooded district to-day. -Many steamers were at work-pump ing the water from the cellars, and a heavy force of workmen and car...
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 — 17 October 1868
THE NARKETS. [ Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser ; nst as between ore dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The ratga quoted are gathered fr'm the best sources available geerrally from the local paters ; but it mu't be understood taL this journal is not answerable for tteir correctness.. "Ao " Oflce, Friday evening. Thue following may be taken as the current pricse oflthe present week: Flour, per ton.., fine £17 0 0 seconds £10: 0 0 'Wheat, per bushel 0. . 0 0 to '0_ 5 6 3ran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 ~ .O 0 0 Oats ................. 0 8 6 ,, 0 0,0. Barley` ................. 0 3 a ,, 0 0 0' Maize ...... 08 0 ,, 0-.33 flay, per ton..... 8. 3 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Potatoes,perewt,new 0 S" 0" , 0 3 6 Butter, per lb. ... .. .. .0 8 0, 1 0 B3acon, perlb.0..... 0 6 ,, 0 0 0 Cheeseoper 1l. (none) 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 BRAIDWOOD) Flour, fine, £18 per ton; .see.nds,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
PUNCH'S PROVERI3S. Indigestion"waits upon £10,000, a year. A hat-band covers a multitude of grease spots Contentinent.havers about he twelfth nobbler. A kitchen poker is the best peace-maker. Virtue cannot exist in a house of less than twelve rooms. The clerk is known by his salary. Christ Church, Queanbeyan. T' E REV E. SMITH, of Campbelltown, L will officiate in the above Church TO MORROW at II a.m. Wesleyan Foreign Missions. T 13E REV J. F. IJORSLEY will preach TWO SERMONS in the WESLEYAN CHURCH TO-MORROW, 8th instant, on.behalf. .the above society, at the usual hours. The MISSIONARY MEETING at FARKWOOD will boe eld on-MONDAY, Othbinstant, at nalf past Seven o'clock. Lecture. . PUBLIC LECTURE will be delivered A by the Rev. J. F HORSLEY In the WES LEYAN CHURCH THIS EVENING (Saturday, October 17th) at half-past Seven o'clock.: Subject: Cai0tWELL; IIs LIFE ANiDTiitEs. The proceeds of the Collection after the Lecture. will be applied to the funds of the Wesleyan Mis eionary Society....
GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 17 October 1868
GARDENING OPERATIONS' FOR THE' WEEK. (Font thC .dustralasian.) Tim KITohEN GARDEN.-Thor' recen; 1fine rains have secured many crops that' at one time were despaired"of,"and enabled gar denors to' plant and: sow'many things that, although rather late in the season, may be expected to succeed; and should; we -'be favoured with a continuance of snoh weather a little longer, it will carry us safely over the greater portion of the remainder of this year. No time. should be lost in- planting out full crops of. cabbages, cauliflowers, and brocoli, where those are in demand, whilst the weather is favourable. 'Attend to trans planting celery into bedsa and -trenches, giv-: ing abundance of woll-decayed stable manure, otherwise the labour-will be lost. We prefer planting this favourite salad in deep trenches, giving plenty of manure,.not less than six inches deep, and carefully shading the young plants until, they are established. Continue to sow a succession of the finer kinds of late peas a...