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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
*Holloway's Pills.-Indiestlon, whichll is consId ered by physicians I one of the most difficult of all diseases to deal with, onvariably.succumbs to this supreme regulator, of the internal organs. The clfeclt of. thg. PIlls upon.the membrane which lines the tli mentnry canal;, appears to be wondcerutlly soothing, tand.hbealiln whileiat the same timh they gently asLramutat..Lbe.ztalgcthbpDA..lilver. This we suppocse \to. b? nodus operandi in cases of dyspepslu, and ditthca.; but, whatever the process, there can bhe so;ioubt .se to.the rapidity, Invalra.lHity, and coal ,t;ywt f the cutre.: The'Pills.have teen andminis eId 1i;i.`.aItchhoitrlhool in ea., nt general iweak at nO t .elatdlI'y. wrtbtieths'mtt t st riesult. :They SERMS[ F SUBSCRIP.iONI:, \$ý Pa able ica advance) - -Delivered by post or ¢dFrarnArdd " 4 e u d r S i-iyspatch to the countrJ 241 per annum, or G d per - r. Delv iered i towna .. 0a ncr annum or os Gd per qr. C:- Credit, ol ashillingper qu'trtr extra. The quarters e...
COMMERCIAL. AGE Office, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
COMAMElCIAL. . . Aoe Office, Wednesday. "te effect of the recent rains fp6'inthe prodiic. anid .ive stock market is already apparent, as may be, 'gathered. from. the- subjoined reports. The result "must affect the local mqrket, especially in hay, which .is' less in demnad and d as been partedwith at a de .cline in price. At Unoma hay is quoted at £8 to £10 per .ton; -i oi'bthier'iirkets.there is a. rapid decline.. Wheat "has slightly declined in the southern markets, ex-. cepting at Cooma where this cereal .still: commands ! "8s per bushel, .. `'l'?efollowving may be taken assthe ruling3 whole o.ile prices in Qreanbeyan :- Flour, per ton... fine £16 0 0 secondlif5- .0 0 . .lheat, perhbushel. 0. 4 60 :- -to- '' -'0: -b 0 Bran, per bushel..:.; : O 1? '0 :. .?", - "?'?;0 0 0 'Oats ..... ......... 0 '8 8'6 - :,; ': 0 ;'4 0 ::.Barley" ..:.............,.. "0 .8. ý , = :':,;: .'.0: 0 0 S"Maize ; ..........'. :0, . .4 0 .::..,.. 0.4 6 -1ay,:per ton -.0.;.0..... G5 0. 0 ,:, 6 U 0 ..Potatoes,...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
YASS. V'benat, 4s Od to 4s U0d per bushel Flour, One, £16 per ton; seconds, £14 Jrane, 1s. per bushel Pollard, not quoted: Malze, G to Gs 6d per bushel Oats, 4s Od to 4sd Gd per bushel Barley. 2% Od to $s Od per bushel ".Hiy, £5 to £6 10s per ton Butter, fresh, 1/0 per lb. '? Cheese, 6d to 7d per lb. Bacon, d. to 8d per lb. Eggs, Od to Is per dozen Potatoes, new, ]d to2d per Ib : Hides, salted, 4a to 6s Gd each ; tresb? t to Os 6d eachi Sheepskinse 43d to 5d '1er lb.,
Arrival of the English Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
Arrivalolf the English Mail. The Avoca mail steamer 'arrived t' Adelaide yesterday with the London bJan uary mails: Peace'is established between Russia and Turkey. 'The London Times advocates Austra. lian Einigration. A 'great battle has taken place. between tbhe Paraguyans and Brazilians. The Pa raguyaus were defeated, losing 'fifteen hundred men. Australian securities dull. Australian meats inquired for: The December wool sales closed firm at an:advance of one penny. Wednesday afteri?oon., In the Assembly yester-night, MIr Mac leay commenced moving his resolutions regarding the non.existence of any Fenian organisation in this colony about the time the Prince :was shot. Mr Parkes moved amendments. Both made long ,speeches. The debate stands adjourned to takestpre.. cedene to-night. - '"ThePrince has notified that he will be in' Sydney about the eleventh or twelth. of M .arh. .. .
BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
BRAIDWOOD., Flour, flne,?1I6O10s0pertonu seconds, £15 10a? Wheat, Os Od to Os6Od per. bushel .Bread, Sd the 2-lb. loaf ' Bran, 1/9 per bushel Maize, 5s Od to:8s 9d per bushel Oats, 4a 4 d to Gs Od per bushel" . B arley, 4s perhushel Potatoes,£7 10s to '£8 per ton' H . ay, oaten, £8 to £8 per ton . Cheese, Od per lb. Bacon, 6diper lb. Butter, fresh,; /6 to Os per;? . ' Eggs, 9d to'lOd per dozen
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
GOULBIURN. SThe demand for fat stock continues very active, and :prime. cattle.. have--advanced considerably in. price.. Best and heaviest cattle are quoted at rdom £6 to £G 10s; good to middling from £4 to £5. There is a slight improvement in "fat sheep; prime rheavy iveights are quoted at 8s. A revival ,is loored" -for: tn store sheep; and. of. horse stock, only good colts will sell. ;. Wheat, 4s to 4s POd per bushel , Flour,.fine, £13 :to £14 per ton ; econds, £12.to:£l3 - 1 i Pollard, Is 8d per bushel Bran, Is13d' per bushel Bread; 31d to 4id the 2-lb.: oaf : Maize, Os per bushel Barley, 8s per bushel : S Oats, 4s 6d to as Od:per bnibel • SHay, £4 15sto £5 per ton . Straw, £2 per-fon' Butter, fresh, is to Is 3d per lb.; salt,0d tod 12 C.Ob heese, Gd psr lb. -CBacon, 5d to il per lb. Eggs, 6d per dozen :Potatoes, to 12s per cwla; good wanted Onions,.ld per lb. :.Fat Cattle, prime ahnd weighty, £6; good, : - : £4to £10s S: tore Cattle, two to six years, £2 1Os to £3 Os IFat .Vette...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
LATEST INTELLIGENCE: rs. aORUtvgL.EL TMEVGRAY COMPANV] SYDNEY. Tuesday. IT is.expected; that H. R. H.. the, Duke of Edinburgh will' be in Sydney in about a:week hence. =Mr'Stewart's motion for the ..repeal of of the Newspaper Postage Act is set down for consideration to-night, but it may not be brouight on in consequence of its being. preceded by much other business. A motion will probably be made for the postponement of the resolution in refer ence to the Report of theSelectiCommittee oion the alleged conspiracy. -.Mr Christopher Moore, of Wellington, has moved for a rule nisi for the seques tration of the estate of Daniel Charles Parsons, late of same place, storekeeper. :'Henry Solomon, of Sydney, dealer; George Jones, Newcastle, miner; John Smith: of Double `Bay, Innkeeper; and Peter Th6mpson, of Gundagai, carpenter, are insolvent. 'o
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY—FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. : (From the S. M. lHerald.) TUESDAY-FEBRUARY 9. ir 'the Legislative Assembly, Ministers in -answer to questions said: That a return of the number and cost of bridgesconstructed in the colony should be laid on the table; that the return connected with the abattoirs would be laid on the table in a day or two; and that the great west ern. line of railroad would be opened to Solitary Creek in September next, the site for the station at Kelso would be fixed when tenders were invited for the extension into Bathurst, and the trial survey to Orange would be commenced during the present month. On a division of 18 to 16, Mr. Driver obtained leave to bring in a bill to amend the Treason-Felony Act of 1868. The Summary Convictions and Orders Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed. Mr. Roberts moved that on Friday next the House would go into committee to consider the claim of the Rev. D. H. Me Guinn, late Roman Catholic minister at Carcoar. The State-aid ...
THURSDAY—FEBRUARY 11. In the Legislative Council there was no quorum. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
THU5DAY -FEaRUARY 11. In the Legislative Council there was no quorum. In the Assembly, In answer to Mr. Morrice, Mr. Robertson said that the resolution of the 19th January, relating to .un authorised expenditure by the late government, had been referred to the crown law officers.' ' The resolutions of Mr. J. Stewart, affirming the desirability of repealing the Newspaper Postage Act, were ordered to be restored to the paper for this day. The HBouse went into committee of supply. On the vote of £11,957 for the department of lands being proposed, Mr. J. Stewart called attention to the fact that the survey of land cost the country £97,000 a year, whilst the revenue was only £541,000 per annum, making the cost of survey nearly twenty per cent. of the collection. It was the most expensive and extravagant establishment of the government, and at the same time the least efficient and the least satisfactory in every respect. Mr. Forster said that all these matters would be taken into consider...
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
oloidial extralts. CLEVER CAPTURE. -- On= Wednesday night last, as we have beeninfornmed oni what we believe to'l e very reliable authoiity,' a remarkably clever capture of two men who were' ".wanted," was effected near Tarcutta by ,Mr. Inspector' Singleton. One of the, men is, w. understand, named O'Connor, and it is whispered about, we do" not know' with :what truth, that he owes his arrest to, some rather. seriousinfractionsof the Treason Felony Act.:_ This'may or may not be true, but certain it is that his arrest was-very eariestly desired by the police., Mr Single ton, doubtless guided by that wonderful as sistant of the force " information received,?:' :when alone in the bush and at some distance from the road, had-reason to believe that the object of his 'search was not very far distant. The" night was dark-'arid wet, and amidst the stillness broken only by a low moaning of the wind, 'and the ceaseless: pattering of the rain .drops from the dripping tirees, no sound oir other...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
7'.oqat attnd t istiqt 1JAtu rs. "MELANCHOLY DEATH BY DROWNING.--With regret we record the death bydrowing of Mrs Pearse; an old an much respected inhabitant of Queanbeyan. The distressing occurrence took place on'Thursday morning last, whilst an attempt was being made to get across the river at Canberra, which was much swollen at the time by the recent rains. The details of the sad event, which has deprived a large family of an industrious and affectionate mother, may be best gathered from the evi dence taken before the district coroner on Friday at Canberra, as subjoined :-The body appeared to be that of a woman above forty years of age. The only external marks of injury were a contusion and slight swelling near the left eye, and a slight abrasion of the skin on the forehead. The following evidence was adduced :-William Mathieson, being' sworn, depones -I am a farmer and shepherd at Round Hill, Gininderra. The deceased, Jane Pearse, was my mother-in-law and re sided in Queanbeyan....
The Age. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
.. . ,..._ I - ..ti T , TB Jnv2sDa7, PEBRnuAr 18th, 1809. •Foa? a long lime-opastit has been a matter of much surprise thatithe Adt of 0 VOic TORIA has -not-been the subjectof it debate leading to ieform ii: thlie. operatioiss of small debts' courts. Aind -we":are glad- to perceive that at lendtli i~ :member of the .Assembly has thken'the matter in hand taken, in:fact, the -first step towards an an extensi.n of power: to the :mngistraey to try cases of: simple contract to at least £30. The £10 jiisdiction operates well. Why, therefore, should .not: thie limitatidn of oactions of a like.i ature extend to £30? It.is objected that the district :courts sit in mostr parts of the colony thlree .oi fur times a year, and that this is sufficient for •all purposes ;..and furth.er, that .magis tieates are proverbially totally ujinacquain ted with questions:of Claw that might:arise if the jurisdietiorn - ere eiktnded; dnd that in the "£l0juisdictiodn they usually decide according .to eu'iiify,s...
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
- Otl'VOloljtldgiCCte ; " I ' To'TUlE'EDITOit' ' : ' - Sir-, Duringthe past few years we have had most lamentable instances ofmnien elected to !serve in tho llegislative assembly, who ; are e in every respect most uhfit to hold that resprinsi ble situation. Men will be ambitiois, here as elsewhere,: and; to.: be, electd "an-n i I.P., is he summit of some men's ambition, while otPers, "again; are diligent seekers of ffice and ebn1 -uments. ,Among our present piliticians and representatives . there appears to be :quite a. family circle:. who perform;,the· ins} and iouts v ery satisf?ctorily to themselves and theiri&t "timates, and constituencies are much ti~blisme ior this, in securing ithe election of these lre commended"? place and fame hunters,,. or inr in siubmitting tol the operation lof that " inifu ence" which is generally bought at a saciifi'ce of all,principles, and, the consequence is that; we are hampered with. a set who rule the} dountry despite of Mr Speaker, prar...
WILL THE COMING MAN DRINK WINE? [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
WILL THE COMING MAN DRINK WINEa _ (Fromn the Atlaontic .tonthly.) ' .. TTin :teetotallers coofess' their failure. t Ater forty-five years of. zealous and well-meant effort in the cause, they agree that people are drinking more than ever. Dr. R. =T. Trall of New York, the most thoroughgoing .teetotal ler extant, exclaims: " Where are we to-day ? Defeated on all saides. The enemy victorious and rampant everywhere. More intoxicating liquors manufactured and drunk than: ever ;before.. Why is this?" Why, indeed ! -''When the teetotallers can answer that ques .tion correctly, they will be in a fair way to g? n upon the enemy that is now so rampant. , They are not the first people who have, mis taken a symptom of disease for the disease Sitself, and striven to cure a cancer by apply oing salve and plaster and cooling washes to the sore. They are not the first travellers through the wilderness who have tried to. extinguish a smouldering fire, and discovered at.last that they had been pourin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
ParishRoad. ROM* Guindnrno ti'Collectr, with a brabch to the roadnfrom Queanbevan to Collector. ICon firmedwhere the line passes thruugh alienated lands; according to the Plan and Book of Reference, jto be ,seen at the,ofice of the Surveyor-General, Sydney, and at the Police Offices, Gundaroo and Collecior. - ?. ll `i?inis to compensation-in respect of -thbe aid lin'e must be served upon the Colonial Seoietary :within forty days,from the 22nd January, 186*. !See Government-Gazette of the same date. (Roads, No. 68-2423.1?? rHl3 _ HORSE BRANDS. DIRECTORY of ,- .j NewSouth Wales is now ready, and may be pArchased at the Government Printing Oflice, Sydney. Prici4 .;l3yv post,.5s.' JM1POUNDED 'at Bungendore, oni the I 'l; 11th :day 'of February, 1869, from Curran doolyi) suni due at.date of notice, 7:- ,I Grey horse, broken, R off' shoulder SGrey mm re, collhr-matked, JJ near shoulder; ;foal ait foot. ';Also, fromOGidleigh, same day: Bay horse, blotched brand near shoulder. If not releas...
SYDNEY. GOLDSBROUGH BURT AND CO. 'S REPORT. Thursday Feb. 11, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
" SYDNEY. 'GOLDSDROUGII DURT AND CO.'S REPORT. i : vIV STOCKE *r , ., Thursday Feb. 11, 186.9. ' Lva STocx MARKET.-FUt Cattle:. 'A small supply to hand compared with previous weeks, .par ticularly of prime quality, which have advanced filly 20s penrhead,on last' sales. ?We quote best bullocks from £G to £7 10s; cows in),proportion. Wedaro incliried to think that prices from this out will stead ily iniproye.---Fat Calves: In gnod demand, froni 15s to .30s.---Fat Sheep:'The smallest supply we' have h'ad for some time, "and,. with one or two excep ,tions.o .-inferior quality, owing to- the scarcity of feed`and water along the roads;: Prices for prime qutality much firmer, and have advanced.felly is' 'Gd per head ; second and inferior class sheep are moire readily saleable, but no advance in price. We quiote best wedders 10s, secoiid ditto'7s'to:8s, inferior 3s to. 4s 6d.-l--at Lambs : A full supply, and prices easy.--Store'atodlcand Stations: The Fame dulness' that :his prevailed for'm...
REDUCTION OF THE PRICE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
,BEDUCTION,' OF TH`EE .'PRICE OF LAND. (From the Empire.) Tim reduction of the price of land has been advocated. for some time past by not a few speakers and writers in this colony. There is, no, doubt, a large, proportion of the waste 'lands which is iiot likely for many genera tions to be worth so much as the fourth part of a pound an acre. And there is much land of qualities' varying between a shilling and a pound in value. Many, therefore, it is supposed, would invest capital in the purchase and improvement of second and third class land, if the price were reduced to .a reasonable rate. If reliable assurance could be given that the lands would be classified fairly, honestly,' and strictly accord ing to their true value, without any class influences being allowed to interfere, it would be well to sell the inferior kinds under suitable conditions for what they would fetch. But a reduction' in price would inevitably be. taken advantage of by land speculators for the purpose of taki...
WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 February 1869
WEDNEBDAY-FEBRUARY 10. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Owen laid upon the table papers respecting Snider rifles and the Fiji Islands, which were ordered to be printed. A message covering the Cathedral Close Bill, recently passed by the Assembly, was reported by the President. On the motion of Mr. Gordon, the bill was read a first time, and ordered for a second reading on Wednesday next. A message was reported covering a Bill passed by the Legislative Assembly to amend the Acts No. 11 and 12 Vic. c. 43; and, on the motion of Mr. Docker, the bill was read a first time, and ordered for second reading on Wednesday next. Mr. Weekes moved that the Road Act Amend ment Bill (Cook's River Road Lighting Bill) be read a third time; and the bill was read a third time and passed, and returned to the Legislative Assem bly without amendment. Mr. Docker moved the second reading of the bill passed by the Legislative Assembly to remove doubts as to the operation of, and jurisdiction conferred by, the...