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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

SYASS. Wheat, 4s Od to 4s 6d per.liusbel Flour, finhe, £15fper ton; seconds, £14.. Bran, is.:per;busbel: ;Pollard, not quoted ?laize, Gs :to Gs Od. per bushel..: .. ,Oats, 4s Od to 4s 6d per bushel.. :Barley, 2s Gd to 3s 0d per bushel .i.Hay, £8 to £8 10s per ton . -Buttsr, fresh, .1/6 per lb. _Cheese, Gd to 7d per lb. ,Bacon, Od to 8d per lb. Eggs, 9d to ls per dozen ,.Potatoes, new, Id to 2d per lb flides, salted, 4s to 5s 6d each; tresh, 7s to ,, , Os 6d each . ; . Sheepskins,;4sd to 5d per lb.

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FRIDAY—JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

FRIDAY-JANUARY 29. In the Legislative Council, The standing orders were suspended in order to pass through all its stages a bill to apply the sum of £124,041 18s. 4d. out of the consolidated revenue to defray the expenses of the various departments and services of the colony from the 1set January to the 31st January, 1869. The bill was read i second and third time and passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly without, amendment. Mr. Weekes gave notice of motion for the restora tion to the paper of the Cook's River Road Bill. On the motion of Mr. A, Campbell, the United Fire and Life Insurance Company's Incorporation Act Amendment Bill was ordered to be referred to a select committee. The Council adjourned until four p.m. on Wed nesday. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Robertson, in answer to Mr. Burns, said that the man Lindsay was sent to Darlinghurst on a charge of assault, and, whilst there, was charged with attempting to commit suicide; and that he was subsequently sent t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

BIRTH. CAMERON.—On the 2nd instant, at the Glebe, Gininderra, Mrs DONALD CAMERON, of a daughter.

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DEFEAT OF MR. GLADSTONE FOR SOUTHWEST LANCASHIRE. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

DEFEAT OF M~R. GLADSTONE FOR SOUTEH. WEST LANCASHIRE. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday, November 24. THE election for South-west Lancashire, which was decided to-day by the votes of the electors, has been a matter of great and ex citing interest, and preparations for conduct ing the proceedings in a peaceful and orderly way were made on a large scale. The dis trict which constitutes the south-western division of the county is very extensive. It includes the large towns of Liverpool, War rington, St. Helens, and Southport, besides the smaller ones of Prescott, Garston, Wind ness, Ormskirk, Waterloo, Seaford, Crosby, and Bootle, and numerous villages and hamlets. The number of voters on the roll is over 19,000; but as a good many of those on the roll are known to have duplicate qualifications, it is considered that the con stituency entitled to vote will not amount to more than 18,000. To accommodate this large number of voters the electoral area was divided into thirteen districts, of which the ch...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

" '?I'EI?msc STonRM AT sAa WAG AGGA.- ie Ycsterday afternoon one of the most terrific :h storms we have ever witnessed swept with h almost resistless fury over the devoted town ' of Wagga Wlagga. The early part of the . day was oppressively hot, but shortly after tnoon heavy masses of black and threatening clouds banking" up alongthe Western horizon of an early thunder shower was looked for as 1m inore than probable. As the same appear sh anees had, however, frequently been observed L during the past week and had never been sue es cecded ;but' by more than a passing shower ill thb' gathering of the, clouds attracted, gen at erilly speaking, but very slight attention. .h About .three o'clock, however;? the whole t, heavens overhead; became rapidly overcast, h and shortly afterwards a premintary clap of e thunder heralded the approach of the coming storm. :This was- 'succeeded by single but 'n heavy drops of rain, and then there was a at low moaning sound,astherisingwind angrily :;1 s...

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The Age. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1869. Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

TH. URSDAY, PEBRUARY 4th, 1869. 29oqga? aind istli4t ?? ts., QUEANBEYAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE annual meeting of the members of this 11 institute was held last Friday, pursuant to ad Y vert;sement, in the oddfellows' hall.' Owing ° to the unpropitious state of the'weather' the s attendance ivas small.' TIhe objects of [the a meeting were..to elect officers and a committee r and to receive the annual report. s.c On the motion of Mr'O'Neill," seconded by Mr HIornby, the followingg gentlemen .were 1 elected to their respective offices, viz.:--Pre sident, Mr J. J. .Wright; vice-president; Mr Levy ; treasurer, Mr Glennie; Secretary, Mr Kinsela. The meeting then proceeded to ballot for a committee, with the following result :-J. B. Thompson--414, R. Sindel-14, J. Hornby- 13, A. Morton-12, J. J. Woodwarid-12,: :W. Brook-12, W. G. O'Neill-10,: G. P. Lambert-3, T. Parr-5, A. D. Soares -1,i IH. Glennie-3, and C. Paske--1. Thefol lowing gentlemen were thereupon declared' elected :--Messrs T...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY—JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

PARLIAMIENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (Froem the S. DI. Herald.) WEDNESDAY-JJANUARY 27. IN the Legislative Council, A bill to extend the provisions of certain acts to other towns was brought up.from the Assembly and read a first time. Mr. Campbell obtained leave to bring in hi bill to alter the title of the United Fire and Life Insur ance Company, and Mr. Weekes gave notice of motion to restore the Cook's River Road Lighting Bill to the paper. In the Assembly, Ministers, in answer to questions, said--that the charges on the Superannuation Fund for 1868 had been £14,167 2s. ld., whilst the amount of contribu tions in that year had been £10,495 13s. 21.; and that the statement of moneys received under the Volunteer Act would shortly be laid on the table. The petitions from Bathurst, Dubbo, Clarence River, Corowa, Central Cumberland, Appin, and Carcoar, relative to the diseases in vines, were or dered to be printed. On the motion of Mr. Garrett, a select committee was appointed to inquire in...

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LORD RANELAGH'S EXCULPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

LORD R.ANELAGH'S EXULPATION. Lont Ranelagh has written the following letter to the members of the South Middle sex Rifle Corps :-Gentlemen,-I hear with very great regret that the personal annoy ances to which I have been subjected in connection with the prosecution of Madame Rachel have been indirectly felt by you as associated with me in the corps which I have for so long, and with so much pride and pleasure, commanded. I have and shall continue to bear for myself the extreme injustice with which my name has been used on all sides, considering it beneath me to add one syllable to the evidence I have repeatedly given on oath as to my perfect ignorance of even a suspicion of Madame Rachel's proceedings; but I think it now no less due to you than to myself as your colonel to add to that expression of sincere regret a short statement of the whole case as far as it has come to my knowledge or comprehension. It has been my misfortune to have been singled out of a great number of gentleme...

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THURSDAY—JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

TIaRSDAY-JANUARY 28. In the Legislative Council, It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. Owen, that the House at its rising should adjourn until next day; and the same hon. gentleman gave notice of motion for the suspension of the standing orders, with a view to passing a Temporary Appropriation 'Bill through all its stages during this extra sitting. The Appropriation Bill referred to, to provide for payments on account of the public service for the current month, was brought up from the Legislative Assembly, and read a first time. In reply to a question put by Mr. Docker, Mr. Owen said that the government are taking, and will continue to take every precaution short of placing vessels in quarantine, to prevent the introduction by sea into this colony of the disease now .existing in Victoria, alleged to be small-pox; but as it will be impossible to prevent the spread of the disease over land, the government have had under consideration the advisability of introducing a bill to render v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 February 1869

Queanbegan &uxiliary to the Church Society of? .'the Diocese, of Goulburn. IN conncction with the above Association' TEA MEETING,' presided over by ladies of the congregation of Christ Church, w lln(D.v.) be held in the SCHOOL ROOM on WEDNDSDAY, the 24th instant, at 6 p.m., admission to which will be by tickets; for adults, 2s; for children, ls 6d. After which a PUBLIC MEETING of. the members of the Auxiliary will be held, at whioh n report of the past year's proceedings will be. read, officers and members of committee will be elected, and addresses in furtherance of the objects of the Society will be delivered. Notice. T HE:Public are hereby cautioned against negoci ..sating the undermentioned CHEQUE, pay ment of,, the same, having been stopped at the. Banik: Date 1st. Februlry, 1869. Drawn by J. B. BURKE on Commercial Bank, Queanbeyan, favour STEPHIEN BRADY, (for "2 horses) for £6. -Printed'No. of cheque-21573. JNO. B.. BURKE. Bungendore, Feb: 3rd, 1869.' B arley. :Barley;...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

TMPOUNDED at Gundaroo, on the 28th Sday of January, 186009, from Spring Creek, by Mr H. Balley; release, lls - Dark bay mare, HF near shoulder, bang tall. If not released, will be sold on the 26th,Feburary 1860. HUGH VALLANCE, JON., Poundkeeper.

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TELEGRAMS BY ATLANTIC CABLE. GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

JTELEGRAMS BY ATLANTIC OABLE., GREAT BIRITAIN. ;: :London, December. 9.- The. following appoinitment" is 'officially announced :--1ir. AustinHeiinry Layard, Vice-president of the .Board of Trade. :'The Daily, Telegraph says Mr. Gladstone's cabinet is now ready to consider any counter proposals made by the United States in the -Alabanimacase.' The Telegraph adds :-The competence of Lord Clarendon to carry out the negotiations is undoubted. The con :cesbions:which were made by Lord Stanley are: an earnest of the spirit animating Eng lish politicians in dealing with this matter. All that can: be honourably granted will be; America can accept no less and desires no. more.---- : . L iverpool, December: 9.-:The--follo\lii'g ;'additional-.,particulars ofý ;the loss -of' the! ?toeamship .Hibernia;have beeni obtained : The i principal cause of (the' :disaster was- the' breaking of -the screw-shaffinside the screw pipe.: Theo screwc got loose and damnaged the. stern-post' and:pipe,; causing a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

IMPOUNDED at Bungendore, on the . 28th day of January, 1869, from Molonglo, by William Donoghue ; sum due at date of notice set after each animal: Bay horse, star, pulled tail, near hind foot white, CS near shoulder, CS near thigh, "H off shoulder; 11/9. Dark grey mare, 3 near shoulder, star; 9/71 Black mare, JS near shoulder ; 9/74 Black mare, star and snip, near hind foot white, LE over T near shoulder; 9/71 Brown mare, broken, abort palled tail, collar marked, white spot off neck, TR off shoulder TD upside down near shoulder ; 9/7t Bay horse, white stripe down face, broken, TH over BJ over like C near shoulder; 9/7; Bay mare, broken, star, like TM over F near shoulder, TM over Coff shoulder, 9/7 Also, from same place, on the 29th of January, 1869, sum due at date of notice set after each animal: Red and white bullock, both ears marks, like H over indistinct brand near ramp; 11/8 Strawberry bullock, JH very faintoffrump; 8/101 If not released will be sold at this pound at noon, on...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY—FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

PARLIAMENT; oF NEW SOUTH yWALES. (From the . M. ITHerald,)r . TUEsDAY-FEBRUARY- 2.:. .. Ix tho Assembly, saidthata fe' Ministers, in answer to questions, said that a fee of one guinea was paid on the apprenticing of chil dren from the.Roman Catholio, though not from the Protestant Orphan Bohool, it was, paid to the clerk, who kept no account of the amount.received;, and that the dying declaration of O'Farroll was not in possession of the government, who 'had' appointed a commission to inquire into the subject of the abstraction, by a recent minister,. of certain govern ment papers. Cr. tobertson moved the idjournment of the House as a mark of respect to the tmemory of the late Dr. Mitchell, a very old colonist, and a member of the other House. Mr. Parkes objected to the course, as being with out precedent, and regretted that the premier should have adopted it, because it placed hon. members who voted against it in'a position which they ought not -to .ocupy. After some discussion, th...

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WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

WED14ESDAY-FEBUUVAR 3. In the Legislative Council, , The President took his 'seat at" twenty midutes past four o'clock. : The private secretary brought down the assent of the Governor to the Temporary Appropriation. Act to provide for the expenses of the past month of January. The President intimated that it was his painful duty to intimate the decease of the late Hon. J. Mitchell. Mr. Owen moved the adjournment of the House in a most touching address; and the motion was seconded by Mr. Deas Thomson,' who' alluded, with emotion, to his personal frienshipiwith' the deceased for forty years past, and to his high qualities in every relation of life. ' The House adjourned at twenty minutes to five p.m. until four p.m. next day... In the Legislative Assemibly, Ministers, in answer to questions said,--That Mr. Burton would resume his .duty, as examiner of titles when his health permitted; and that, short of declaring Victoria to bean infected country, every care had been taken to provent ...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Severe thunder and hailstorms occurred in the country districts yesterday evening, and a considerable amount of damage was done. [We were in receipt of no telegram last night up to the latest hour. The state of the atmosphere probably prevented the transmission of messages ]

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THURSDAY—FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

TsURnsDAY-FEBRUARY 4. In the Legislative Council, Mr. W?eekes moved the resumption of the' Cook's River Road Lighting Bill. After some discussion, in which Mr. Darley, who had not before spoken, supported the bill, the decision of the President was overruled, and the bill was decided to be a public bill by a majority of 9 to 8.' The report of the committee of the whole was therefore adopted, and the third reading of the bill fixed for the next sitting day. The remainder of the business on the paper was postponed, and the House adjourned at half-past seven p.m. until.four p:m. on Wednesday next. In the Assembly, Ministers, in answer to questions, said :--That no distinct agreement had been come to relative to the purchase of 'land for a court-house at West Mait land, and that the government would do nothing about the purchase behind the back of parliament; and that the debt due by the city to the consolidated revenue was £417,430, and the amount of arrears of interest due was £117,11...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. iEsa asVILLs'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. IT is reported that another attempt is to be made in the Legislative Assembly this week towards obtaining the repeal of the Newspaper Postages Act. MrAlexander Hamilton,formerly mem ber for Monaro, is dead. John Bradley, of Sydney, coal mer chant, is insolvent. Oaten hay is now quoted at £4 10s to £6; and lucerne, at £3 to £3 10s. per ton. Maize, at 4s to 4s 3d per bushel. In the Assembly to-day, it was agreed by a majority of two, that the Treason Felony Act should be amended.

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FRIDAY—FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

FRIDAY-FEnRUARY 5. In the Legislative Assembly, Petitions were presented from Corowa by Mr: Mate, against the Vine-disease Bill; and from Syd: ney butchers by Mr. Hart, against the-bill prohibit ing slaughtering in Sydney. A bill to repeal the Workhouse Act of 18006, and a bill to amend the Municipalities Act of 1867, were ' brought in by Mr. S. Brown and read a first time. Mr. Byrnes moved the second reading of the : Small Debts Recovery Amendment Bill, explaining' :-i :',: that the object of the bill was to extend the power of.-, t mt , the magistrates to deal with .small debts upito £30.:r.I E instead of £5, as at present, and to apply that to all: _:" o- , the county of Cumberland except Sydney. Mr. S. Brown opposed the second reading, object-. :,t ing to these matters being dealt with by magistrates : .ul; ,"{ whilst there wore so many district courts for which the country paid such large sums annually. ; The motion was carried by 25 to 7. On :the motion for going into committe...

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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 February 1869

Repeal agitation andy di~oussions .continue, in Nova.Scotiq I. Whaloi, RthQ Fenian assassin, has :been respited to the 29th instant . ,'.,r.; Considerable anxiety- is felt about.t.be troop-shiph Simnoom, which 'left England on the 18th Novemiiber, wivth troop· s for 'Halifax?l A terrific gale passedbover: Halifax on the' 7th; about thirty vessels lost or damaged:"

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