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Arrival of the ENGLISH MAIL At Adelaide. Per Greville's Telegram Company. SYDNEY. Friday morning, Aug. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

Arrival of the ENGLISH MAIL At Adelaide. Per; Greville's Telegram : Company. S YDNEY. Friday morning, Aug. 9. THE English mail arrived at Adelaide at noon yesterday., 'Earl Belmore, Under-secretary.of the Home Departmenti,;succeeds Governor Young.: Maximilia?nlhas been shot. : Great excitement, in Europe. The Court goes in mourning : The Queen is -at Windsor appearing in public. Great preparations making in England to receive the Sultan of Turkey. The Reform Bill has passed committee The Sultan arrived in England on: the 13th July. Great enthusiasm prevailed.. A new Indian Telegraph Company: is pro jected, including A.ustralia: WOOL.-Sales active, only forty-three thou sand bales unsold, Faulty, a peniny ':lower. Best wools firm and in good demand.at March rates. Higher, prices and :general improve ment anticipated..

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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 — 15 August 1867

OF THE Saiiadi.o4 c de thent; A SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE MATERIAL, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL INTERESTS OF THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT. THE 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-correctori of abuses, the advocate of liberal politics, and the educator of the people, will, it is only reasonable ito presume, be hailed with satisfaction as a long?esired boon, and meet with encouraging support. Such an organ will, it is 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, progres...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

{ . C"OOPER, - COOK AND PASTRY C000K, coN FE C`T !ONE';R ,ant 1 .ead and ni~atit 'aIt4)t, 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. THOS. BUTTLE.. Fruit Trees, Plants, Bulbs, and. Garden Seeds. 'TI--2 G- A_?IZ?:NlTS,' SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY. TOHN BAPTIST aild SON have for Sale a large stock of Fruit Trees, Flowering and Ornamental Plants, Bulbs, and, 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. GREVILLE AND COMPANY, AGENTS for Messrs STEPHENSON, BLAKE & CO., Sheffield, have on SALE, A large and varied stock of their celebrated Printin Types, Cases, &c GREVILLE AND COMPANY, WIHOLESALE STATIONERS AND PRINTERS' BROKERS, have always on rale, a large assortment of Single and double news Demys, single and double Coloured do ...

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FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. ADELAIDE, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

'FURTHER EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the S. M . He'rld's telegrams.)A I , . S ADELAIDE, 5 p.m. THE - Rangatira, Captain Grainger, arrived off Glenelg pier this afternoon at 3.30; she left the Sound at 2 p.m. on the 4th instant: Her upward passage occupied a hundred and .two hours, and downwards ninety-four hours. The Geelong, Captain Skottowe, arrived at the Sound at 11.30 a.m. on the 4th instant, having left Galle on the 21st July at 8 a.m. She experienced fine weather and strong S.E. trades throughout the passage, which occupied fourteen days four hours. The Geelong was to leave the Sound for Melbourne at midnight on the 4th. Captain Stackbridge, R.N., naval agent; ]Mr. "Leversage, purser.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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CULTIVATION IN REGARD TO OUR WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

CULTIVATION IN REGARD TO' OURWATER SUPPLY. (From the Australasian.) M:IE. changes of climate in these colonies, n although vastly irregular, have yet' a ten d'ency in one direction. The winters are becoming colder, fogs more frequent, and as much rain does not fall during the summer as we used usually to have twenty or thirty ;years ago. This winter and last summer may be said to contradict such a statement; but occasional seasons will form exceptions a to any rule that can be laid down, and we can only take the average of seasons as a proof that the climate is changing. The remark is often made by old residents, and their opinion coincides with what observers in other countries have ascertained to be taking place there. The climate of the eastern coait' of New Holland is so much in lf uenced by the winds off a wide expanse of .ocean, that little change of permanent character can be effected in that by what man may do in the little strip of land h'e occupies between the sea and the ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

S WEEKLY CALENDAR. SDays of the week Day of Sun Sun Moon's -, I::onth rises. sets. age. ·Frida........... 16 6 38 5622 '17 . Saturday 7...; 1 6 387 5 23 :16 u?nday?. ... .. :18 6 36k: 6.24 15 Monday .4. . 1A9: 6 3655 25i 18 Tuesday :- ..:. 20 : 6 34 526 19; Wedniesday :... 21 6'83 . 5,27 :20:: SThursday ... ...: 22 6:32 5:28-1L :21= * [Ninth Sunday after Trinity.] Moon's phase.-Last quarter, Fri day, 23rd, 7"27' am.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

NEW ZEALAND. THE Southern Cross of the 2nd states that there is a report of the murder of four Europeans and four natives, by the Uriwera Hauhaus, on the journey across country from Napier to Taupo, with cattle to Mr. Firth. This news is not confirmed, and there is still reason to hope that it may prove incorrect. However, we publish the report as we received it, merely adding that it has been ascertained that the party could not have been at the, place indicated at the date fixed by the natives, and that it was known that the Uriweras had held a meeting at which it was decided to intercept the party, kill the drivers, and take the cattle. A son of the Rev. Mr. Grace, who formed one of the party, pushed ahead, and had arrived at Taupo in safety. This is the person alluded to in the letter of.the native. We annex the intelligence with this explanation:- On July 27th letters were received in town, stating that four Europeans and four natives, who were engaged driving a herd of about t...

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QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producer and Purchaser. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

! QUE ANBEYAN PRICES. GCURRENT. Between Producer and Piurchaser. -0o--- S:heat, ý7I bushel : 0.::. £0 40 to?0 4 6 :..Flour" ton - . 0' 12:0 0 14?:: 0 Brnui ,,btushel . 0. 1 '8 '0 0 0 l :, ..; O ;4 0~ 0 _ 4ý 6 Barley ,, 0 3, 0 0 3 ,6 Oats ,, . 0 2:'26 0 3;0 HIay;' ton 3 0 0 3 10 0 Butter, 3b 00 9 0 1 0 Cheese, ,, 0 '0 6 0 0 0 Bacon, ..0 0 '6 0 O7 %ggs adoC .. 0 1 :0 0 0 0 Potatoes ' . . ow ..' 4 0 0 0 .0

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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 — 15 August 1867

COA MMIER C1AL. LUnless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article' are those in transactions between the producer and tie 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 RERRIMA PRICES CIlnRENT.-Fine flour, £14 per ton: seconds, £13 per ton (if less than half a ton, is. per 100 lbs. extra); bran, is. per bushel: .pollard, is. 6d. per bushel; wheat, 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel: oats, 3s. ad. per bushel: bar ley, 4s. per bushel; maize, 5s. per bushel; hay, £3 to £3 10s. per ton ; potatoes, 6s. per cwt.; butter, 9d. per lb.; bacon, 6%d. to 7d. per lb.; cheese, 6d. to 7d. per lb.: eggs, Is. per dozen; fat cattle. £4 to £5 per head; sheep, 1ls. 6d. to 32s. per head; pigs, 3%d. to 4d. per lb.; prime fresh beef, retail, 3 .d. per lb. BRAtowoon lPRICES CURRENT.-Fin...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

COMMERCIAL - INTELLIGENCE. It is expected jthat the movement for a reduction of. discount to two per cent. caused marvellous advance oh public securities, consols having advanced two-half per cent. since last month, being at present, 'June 26th, 94µ; the stook of gold in the hands of the Banks of England and France is fifty-eight millions. There are many failures in the iron trade in Staf fordshire; also amongst members of the Stock Ex change in London, owing to the sudden rise in the funds of five per cent. Business is altogether more favourable, owing to the restoration of political and financial confidence. Suspensions of Messrs. Hirford, and A. J. Hebs worth, underwriting firms of Lloyds, are announced. The London.Chartered Bank of Australia's divi dend is eight per cent. per annum; S. A. Banking Company, ditto, eight per cent.; Colonial Company, eight per cent. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT SEOURITIES.-New South Wales, 1871 to 1876, 96 to 98.; Victoria, 6 per cent., April and. October, 1...

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JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

JAVA. - On'the morning of 10th June the centre of Java, from shore to shore, and over. a length of some hundred and fifty miles, was shaken by a severe earthquake, the full force of which seems to have fallen upon the town of Djoekre, where many buildings have fallen, and none escaped from serious injury. At many other places, also, ranging from Samarang to Oheribon, the same disasters have occurred, while some one hundred lives have been lost, of which twelve to fourteen are Europeans.

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SUSPICIOUS DEATH NEAR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

SUSPICIOUS DEATH NEAR MELBOURNE. (From the Melbourne Herald.) Dn. Youn held an inquest on Monday, 5th instant, at Hotham, on the body of Mary Anne Harriett Hoare Bellamy, aged thirty-two years, who died on the 3rd instant under circumstances of some sus picion. Mr. J. G. Beaney, surgeon, deposed: I was called in to see the deceased, Mrs. Bellamy, the first time about ten months ago; she was then suffering from vomiting ; I was told that she had just arrived from Sydney, that she was quite well when she left, and had suffered much from sea-sickness on the voyage, from which she had not yet recovered; she said that she had no pain, but felt as if sea-sickness were still present; attended her for about a fort night, and she got better; she was then living in Collins-street; in about a fortnight I was again called to see her, and found the same symptoms present then, and also at subsequent visits; she then became so alarmingly ill, with constant vomiting and consequent exhaustion, that ...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. M:: u JOHN STUART MILL ON NEWSPA S:-I ER. TAXATION.-"A tax on newspapers is o:; bjectionable, not so much where it does fall as where does not-that is where it pre vents newspapers from being used. To the generality of those who buy them, news ° ..papers are a luxury which they can as well *:affoid to pay for as any other indulgence, and which is as unexceptional a source of revenue. But to the large part of the com S inmunity who have been taught to read, but ;:I :have received little other intellectual edu cation, newspapers are the source of nearly all the generral information .which they pos ::sess, and with nearly all their acquaintance with the ideas and topics current among mankind, and an interest is more easily ex :`' cited in newsparers - than in books or other recondite sources of instruction. Newspa : pers contribute so little, in a direct way, to the origination of useful ideas, that many persons undervalue the importance of their office in dissemi...

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A TRAGEDY IN OLDEN TIMES AT THE CHATHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

A T?RAGEDY IN OLDEN TIMES AT?. , THE CHATHAMS. THE Chatham Island correspondent of the Hawke's Bay Herald writes: Somewhere towards the close of 1836 a tragedy occurred on this island, which-is still the theme of conversation around native fire sides, and ancient Maories will illustrate the tale by showing traces of fearful wounds re ceived in a sanguinary conflict. On'a bright summer's day, the French whaling barque Jean` Bart, of Havre, put into Waitangi Bay to procure a supply of v'.getables and fresh provisions. She rode under easy sail, and, aq usual on such occasions, a~number of Maories of both sexes put off to the vessel and crowded her deck, fraternising most cordially with the strangers. Eventually, however, a quarrel ensued betweed two of the boat-steerers, caused by a strange freak of jealousy. One of the Maori women especially attracted their attention, and to one of those men the dusky charmer gave a most flattering preference. This so enraged the disappointed suitor t...

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MYSTERIOUS MURDER IN NEW JERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

MYSTERIOUS MURDER IN NEW JERSEY. (From the New York Tribune.) ON the 25th of February last, Mrs. Mary Ellen Coriell, the young wife of a physician residing at Newmarket, New Jersey, was brutally` murdered in her bedroon. The family consisted of the lady and her hus band, their child, aged two years, .and a servant woman, named Bridget Dergan, and a hired man, who was absent at the time of the murder. Dr. Coriell was also away on that fatal night, having been called to visit a patient at a distance. Soon after mid night the doctor's cousin and some other neighbours were aroused by Dergan, with the infant in her arms and a large blood stain on her skirt. She announced that there were burglars at Dr. Coriell's house; that her mistress was probably killed; and that she did not know whether the house was on fire or not. When the neighbours reached the scene of the crime, the poor lady was discovered dead in her chamber, with twenty-six knife-wounds on various parts of her body, one of th...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. LownoN, June 26. The Queen devotes half a million sterling to the erection of a Convalescent Hospital. The Paris Exhibition is a very great success. The Prince Imperial visited it, and was received with great enthusiasm; his health is thoroughly re established. Viscount Monck has been gazetted to the Vice royalty of Canada. The Livingstone search expedition has left England. The tailors' strike in London is still unsettled., Fearful disclosures of murders, attempts to mur der, destruction of workshops, and personal injuries inflicted, have been elicited by the Sheffield commis sion-all instigated and paid for at the rate of £17 to £20 per life by one Broadhead, secretary to the Trades' Union Society. The evidence is of the most revolting kind, and caused great public excitement. The Atlantic Cable of 1866 has been successfully repaired. The gold held by the Bank of England amounts to £22,000,000, and the market rate for discount is 2_. Lord Lyon succeeds Earl Cowley...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT.--The dulness of the times has a noticeable effect upon the business of the local police court. The fact is, people are too poor to practise   those sensual indulgences which are such a fruitful source of petty offence and crime. For three weeks   past there has not been a single entry on either sum   mons or charge sheet. One solitary application, (still under the consideration of their worslhips) by Mrs Edmund Walsh, for a publican's license for the   premises hitherto known as the Railway Store, com-   prises so far the business of the present week. A CAUTION TO GOAT OWNERS.-- Those Who own and value these useful though mischievous animals, and who have been in the habit of allowing them to       stray in the streets, are reminded that they are liable to be fined and the animals to be destroyed. We, understand the police have received instructio...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE AND CO., PUBLIC TELEGRAMISTS.] SYDNEY. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

i J TELEGRAPhIIC 'NTELLIGENCY ER GREVILLE AND CO., PUBLIC TGLEGRAII STP S ,SYDNE.Y: I?:- Wedniesday evenin -c Tmh Floods Relief Fund over amounts t seventeeni thous nd pounds.:;i, -, Inf the1Asseibly yesterday Mr G-afiet' motion relative to, the" repeal, of :the?new paper: postage tax was postponed for wei"' iveek. The. new Governor will not airrive bcfore December.. The 'Privy Couincil was to hlear the appaIl inf:Betraniid' case on tie twenty-seventh: of Junei. The 'resultwill arrive by, ne~t Panama mail. The Legislative Assembly 'is ;nowi dis-us sing. the. vote of a sum of. money fori a be: fitting. reception of His Royal I-Iighrnesa the Duke of Edinburgh;: 1 - a''o -?- :- -_ . . .. .-.." .. . ·- r_.,,

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EATEST FROM SYDNEY. Friday noon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

LATEST 'FROM3 SYDNEY. Friday noon. :It is 'confiidetly' stated that .the Govern ment intend to repeal the newspaper tax. On 'Tuesday!Mr, Garrett imoved the -repeal'6f : th tax. . : Archhishop' Polding- arrived yesterday and -met:with' i.;enthusiaatic-reception. ;: thousand pounds has been collected .by ptiblic subscription for the-families of the men lately drowned at the heads. It is probable the Government will supplement the-amount. The foregoing was issued on a slip to' our town sub scribei's on Friday last. The following addi tioinalitems are from, the Sydney Empire :. The Viceroy of Egypt has accepted an invitation to become a State giuest of England. The -Belgian volunteers; were entertained at: a Sd grand banquet at Windsor. The Ministry had agreed togive:a third 'einber: each to -Liverpool, Marichester,' Birmingham`.and' SLeeds.. * The Emperor Napoleon .had-distribited the prizes: tat the Paris. Exhibition, and delivered' a speech :ex i.. tolling: the greatness,, prosperity...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

INDIA. A statement that 'the viceroy is about to resign and return to England is positively contradicted. Captain Cunningham, paymaster to her Majesty's 8th Foot, was tried by a general court-martial for serious defalcations. He was found guilty and sentenced to be cashiered, with five years' penal servitude, and to make good the deficiency. The Bombay Bank is to be amalgamated with the Bank of Bengal, agreeably with a resolution passed at a meeting of the shareholders. The P. and 0. Co 's steamer Ayot had a narrow escape from foundering in the Red Sea, but was saved by the timely assistance of the French steamer Sarthe. A double line of telegraph is.completed through Persia, and is now reported in good working order. The Bombay government received despatches from Dr. Seward, the British consul at Zanzibar, dated April 28th, stating that many natives had just arrived at the east coast, from the country where Dr. .Livingstone's murder was alleged to have taken place, but they had hea...

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