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WEDNESDAY—FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
WEDnE5DAY-FEBeRUA?Y 24; In the Legislative Council, The Summary Convictions and Orders Amend ment Bill was taken through committee of the whole, and reported with amendments, adapting it to the precise form in which the English law as now amended, stands. The St. Andrew's Cathedral Close Bill was read a third time and passed. The Police Itegulations' Extension Bill was the next matter on the paper. On the motion for the adoption of the report of the committee of the whole, Mr. Holt moved the adjournment of the question for six months, objecting to the extension of any existing powers to magistrates as at present and for some time past selected and appointed in the colony; and quoted at very considerable length from evidence taken before i select committee on the central police court, with the view to show that justice was not properly administered in police courts or by benches generally. A debate arose, which occupied some considerable time; after which it was agreed that the discu...
SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
[13BY ELCTjRIO TELLG R4P.)J ,SYDN1.EYr: ' . S Wednesday afternoon. The second reading of, the bill dor re pealing the Workhouse: Bill 'has beena .carried by a large majority. The- IHouse was counted out 6n the comnpulsory vaccination m'otion' :' 'More disastious intelligence friom New, Zetlanid. - ilo '? tl i?is haive buitchered, the liRev.; J,;hn, Wliitely .'(;aan.: old 'Vesleyan mis? sioniairy), aLind Lieutenant Gascoigne,--his :wiif, childrenii,, ad two' ir?n.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
LAT'EST 11NTILETLlrENCF). [ra [ a?.eVLNava TKT.E?RAM COMPANT] * SYDNEY. STuesday.: Coiisiderable alarm has been created at To'woonia, by, the death.of a man named JohnCli ltrey from English cholera. _The Victorian Clieketers practise daily on the- Alibertground and the betting is two. to one in their favour, aithongh it is doubtful if WTrdells will play. The Right Rev Dr Sheil of Adelaide is dang,4erously ill. Eighty totsh of stone from. the new hoindon Reef Gympie have yielded 1388 ounces of gold. Thonmas Wmn. Johison of Raymond Terrace, storekeeper, is insolvent. : Thos. and Wim.Vivers wealthy squatters in the New TEngland dislrict,. have been committed for, trial for.cattle-stealing. M? Johlaiston.e's stores at Gulligal. have burned.l 'heywere uninsured. The esti mated losss is £700. .Th~ Govternnient prosecution against the F!il lcnan.s Ji lrnal for the.non;.regis. tralion. is tdoibe' determined, on the .5th instant: Old: ma'ze is quotediat 3/9.to4/i; and new at 3/68 to 3/9 per ...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
YASS. Wheat; s 'Od-to 4s'64 perbiiobeit Flour, fine, £15 per toon; ;econds, x14 . Bran, 1.. per bushel Pollard. not quoted Mlaitee, b to Bs 6d per, bushel Oats, 4e Od to 4s 6d'per bushel. atrley 2s 8 6 to 3a Od per bushel Iaay, £5 to £6 per ton Butter, fresh, 1/6 per lb., Cheese, 6d to 74d per lb.. lacon,' 6d to 8d per lb. Eggs, 91 to Is per dozen.. Potatoes, new, 14 to 24 per lb lides; salted, 4s toi 6s Ui each; tre ?li, 7 to 9s 64 each Sheepsekins, 43d to 5l, er ib.'.' . ...
DREADFUL STEAMBOAT DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
DREADFUL STEAMBOAT DISASTER. On Friday night, the 4th of December, at about half-past eleven o'clock, the steamer United States, descending the river and the steamer America ascending, came in colli sion at Rae's Landing, about two: miles' above Warsaw, on the Indiana side. The America struck, the United States on the righthand side, forward of the 'steps, cuttiig into'her a considerable distance, and causing her to sink to her main deck in two or threo minutes. The United States had some petroleum on her deck, to which fire in,some. way was communicated, and almost as soon as the steamers came into collision they were in flames. The cause of the disaster is 'said to have been a confusion' of signals.1' The' whistle of the America was 'twice blown; but the pilot of the United States apparently did not hear it, and the America again sig nalled by two blasts of her whistle'; this time the United States answered, but it' was' too late. Mr. Ole Bull, the 'celebrated violinist, who was a...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
vJjgxry CALENDAR, Uayi o tufe w e>&lt; . May, t. alo .·. I Usysat ue s CC. 5~nt. rus rises 9us lefts A PrDIIuituY . ..Mr.4 551 6535 sr 20 WRIDAY... .. 5 5 0 3, - ATURDA1 . ... 6, 6 5553 J 'UNI%)AY" . . ': 7 6 55' l 0 2 ASlONDbYI. 6*554 0 58 ::24 ..NUESD2Y ~' 5 6 ..07 105. WEDUNESDAY*-: 10,6 as 6 25 2 .uaoua's flume:. - . Last quarter, oa Fridjay, the tb, at SIt 47m. p.m. ,
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
IRELAND. The jury at the inquest on. Captain King, who was shot at Sligo borough election, has ,found that the pistol went off accidentally during the struggle with Mr. Webber. They expressed great sympathy with Cap tain K]ing's family, and censured the police for not giving him an escort. The corporation of Dublin have re-elected Sir W. Carroll Lord Mayor for the ensuing year. As Dr. Savage, of Armagh, was returning to that town by train from Newry a night or two ago, a gun heavily loaded with grape shot or slugs was fired at the first-class carriage in which he sat, breaking the thick glass.- Dr. Savage was the only passenger in the carriage, and, as he was leaning down at the time, he escaped with slight outs about the face and hands. A reward has been offered for the discovery of the person who fired the shot. The inquiry into the death of the man shot by a soldier at the election riots in Drogheda has closed. The jury returned a verdict of manslaughter against one of the two so...
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
(From l the EIlisla papera.) POLITIOAL. Of the ability of those four-and-twenty gentlemen forming the new ministry there can be no doubt, while among Them are three of the greatest orators of the day. Most of them have had official experience. This administration is constructed of men whom public opinion .had marked out for place, if not in all cases for the places they occupy Mr. Oardwell, for instance, would not have been supposed the best choice as war secre tary, nor was it thought that Mr. Layard would have accepted that of chief-gardener to the metropolis. But there are other remarks which have been made. It was expected, at all events by the radical party, that after the enormous extension of the suffrage-the problem of the leap in the dark having been numerically solved by the addition of about a million of electors-thee first cabinet would contain much more of the advanced element. But of radicals pure and simple the cabinet holds but one, the Right Hon. John Bright, and he...
TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS AT . SEA. (From the Neusa of the IPorld.)' A DETA~LED account of what befel^ the. men and women and children who left the wreck of the Hibernia in the No. 3 life-boat has been obtained from the survivors-Mr. Davies, the second officer, and two of the crew. As the boat left the ship it contained the following persons. Of-the crew there were:- Hugh Me Loan; Daniel Mc Laren, fireman; Hugh Mc Loavie, A.B.; William Mack, A.B.; James Malcolm, A.B.; Hugh Robertson, first pantry steward ; James Wat son, second pantry steward; John Mo Kin lay,.,third cook; John Ross, cook's mate; William Mc Kelvie, third engineer; Robert Mc Arthur, fireman; Walter Mc Farlane, trimmer. Of passengers there were, as far as the second officer remembers :-Eliza Johnstone, Belfast; Catherine Myers, Lon donderry; John Magee, Catherine Magee, Samuel Brewster, Francis Rodgers, supposed to be a schoolmaster; and six or seven women, with three children, one an infant. ,Mr. Davies says :-When we left...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
4INDRIN G it: tlhis' L iill, -fiom thbisu;ate \Fill, C lon e done for N\I1NPC'L7PNC!'j'r bushel frtr cush or payiecitir in wheat st manket raliqs. g .:,% ; S}i., JOR GREGORY aTiyh 3rd 1800. e TASTEh PAP Ii E' L SFO E SALKit "th&e' SEvery one his own Phaysiciant :ea HOLLOWAY'S PILLS:I,1 `; OR ti pericd ofE ylh c S n,n every; country nod cline (not ev eq, exceptin. China and Tirtary),'thesi'['ll hi've 'esthbliibhed furs thieo-i selves :alasting renoiw, Michl. nanu rinesiuilie 'ever enjoyed before: end notwhere. iperhiaps have they lneen more appreciated than Iy Settiers, Diggers and: IE mgrants in the Au.ltralianu Clonies;.., . ;;..' lucakneas and Ddeility. : HI3ioi nmanyi prsons sitffer from debility without lenodin, lthe causes-.why, they are feeble:! In most eiaes theibtnprita.h is the aggressor. .Holloway's Pills, hthie` long ihSen ficmed tfr riAgulating a disordered it,)uua ?h''and' restoiiig ils healthyl digestive. tone, they are; tlherel:e' confidently recommciended as ...
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
ABOixrIono1pOT?IE NEW5PA'PER'TTAX.; I t will'be-ieen'in reference to our Parlia mentary report that Mr John Stewart s re solution affirming the desirability of repeal ing the Newspaper Tax forthwith, was car .ried. by a majority-of twenty one to twelve last night in the 'Assemnbly. It is to be hoped in the interests of the general public and in the cause of the press as an educa-' tional agent, that the.addresses will be pro perly sent up to the Governor, and tha't a bill will.be introduced at an early day to give effect to the resolution in question.--Empire, February 27. . BURIAL 'OF WilE DEAD.-The bill intro duced by Mr Farnell into the Legislative, Assembly on the ]9th instant, has been :pminted by lirder of 'the House. The first cliluse is intenidcd: to enact that from and after the. first ,day of July ,'no interments shall :take, placei within, the walls..of. any church or chapeldwitbinthlie -limits of ,ainy 'township or in any authorised: burial ground. that is not distant on...
QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
QUEANBLYAN ,DiSTRIT COURT. THe above.court was opened on Monday last, beifore his Himnour Mr Distribt Judge McF.? land. The bis~iuess of the, court vwas txifli'g and occupied but a short time. Several cases were setitkd out otf court . In t0lo following undefeiided cases verdicts fur plaiuttifls were given with cots : - G. Hunt v P. Macalister. £7 3:. -Oriental Bank 'v. 'J:McGuigan,'£45. Wrightv.Ossian.£11 18s 9d. Wright v. Crinigan. £32 .1' s ).1. WVight v. Lone, £10 8s 9d. Wright v. lenry Hull junior, £37 17s 10;.' O'Cunnor v. M1'Glynn, £13. Giflrd v. Blair, £20._ Levy v. M. Campbell, £15 2s 7id. The following Was, the' only' defended case, and with its disposal:the business of the court terniinated: Ellitt v. Vright and Byrne (as executors in the estate of: V. Plewitt, deceas.e). For plaintiff, AM James. .M r Parr `for "defendant WVriglii: and MAlr Walsh for dfendant 'Byrnei: P:si~ititFFclimed £36 8s fir work and labour;' use oft' horsesi and carts, ind agistment, during the life...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
ITMPOUNDED at Queanean, on te .18th of February, 1869, firomw Oioiodirra.. by Charles 1'elmer; suam due at datleof' otice 18/9 each' - Brown ri'are 7.over .'- near shoulder ;': Bay colt, JC near shoulder, ,,' Bay mare..niear;shoulder JC over JJK Bay fily,:; M near shoulder, 809 off sboulder : Chesnut-horse.'l in heart off shoulder Grey mare,.JK conjoined hear shoulder. . , If noitreleased will be sold at thisipound at noon, on Thursday, the 11th day of March, 1869., Also,'tromn Charnwood, on the same day, by Charles Palmer : sum due at date of notice 18/ each.:-, Black mare, MH near tshoulder Bay, colt. star, hind feet white,unbranded, 9 months Also, from Glninlderra, on the 25th day of February, lay Charles Palmer; sum due at date of notice, 10/11 each : Bay msare, JB near shoulder, J overS off shoulder Flack horse, MlL conjolned off shoulder I Chesnut horse, bald face, white feet, , over Ct near shoulder, indistidnt brand like IU off shoul der. Black horse, MD) near shoulder Black...
A SHORT WAY WITH HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
A-SHOT W'A??? WITH HUSBANDS. One of the most.extraordinary trials on i record has' junst. been concluded at Aix,; in, 'which nioless'than six' married womien were' charged with' murderidg their .hiusbhiids' by poison,' which they procured 'from a herb alist, 'who was: included in the indictment. The following isan outline of case:-. About August 20th in the year 1868 a flower-girl named Angelique Jourdan whilst selling her bouquets in the Cours ;Saint Louis, was accosted by a strange woman who inquired for another bouquet-seller, named Miette Marino. _ When it was found that Miette was not ini her acoustomed .place the woman gave Angelique a message for her which was to the effect that Miette was to look 'to herself, as her huAband had a' mistress who longed to get rid of heir, and' intended shortly to do so. Moreover,"'that' this mistress 'had, already disposed of her own husband with the assistance of a man named' Joye. In order to 'convinceoherself of' the truth of all this, _Mie...
The Age. THURSDAY, MARCH 4th, 1869. Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 March 1869
THURSDAY, MARCH 4th 1869. Local and District News &nbsp; &nbsp; QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The court of general sessions for the disirict of Queanbeyan commenced shortly after ten &nbsp; o'clock on Monday morning, before Mr .Dis trict Judge McFarland. The following magis trates also occupied seats on the bench T'he Police Magistrate, Superintendent Orridge and Messrs Hall, Wright and Levy. Mr &nbsp; Rogers prosecuted on behalf of the Crown Mr Nathan, Clerk of the Peace, with Messrs. Walsh ,Scarvell, Parr, and James, attorneys, &nbsp; were also in atteindance. INDICTMENTS. William Jenkins was indicted for having at Charnwood, on, the 10th of January last unl awfilly killed a sheep the property of Henry Hall, with intent to steal a portion thereof. The prisoner pleaded guilty of killing a cranky sheep. Adolph Winter, was indicted for having on the 10th of last December at Foxlow, felo niously stolen...
FRIDAY—MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869
Fn?a?r-MAnao 6. In the Legislative Assembly, Petitions were presented-by Mr. Lucas, frot Rydal, complaining of interference with water supply; by Mr. Driver, from Mary Norton of Fish River. praying redress for certain grievances ;.and by Mr. Burdekin, against the Licensing Act Amend ment Bill. On the motion of Dr. Lang, .the Sydney Cattle Slaughtering Prevention Bill was ordered to be dis charged. Mr. Farnell moved the second reading of the , Impounding Act Amendment Bill, explaining that the only object contemplated in the bill was to ex-: plain that wherever the words "competent court" :, were Used in the act, they should be taken to mean "two justices in petty seessions." No objection was offered to the bill, which was readi a second time and agreed to in committee. Mr. Forster moved the second reading of the Cattle Diseases Prevention Act Amendment Bill, explaining that it was simply a renewal of the.: existing act, which would expire at the end of the year, with a clause added,...
COMMERCIAL. AGE Office, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869
COMMERCIAL. Aou Office, Wednesday. Thefollowing may be taken as the ruling whole sale prices in Qceanbeyan: Flour, per ton... fine £1 06 0 seconds £14 0 0 Wheat, perbushel.. 0 4 6 to 0 6 0 Bran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 00 Oats ..................... o 8 6 ,, 0 4 0 Barley ............. 0 8 6 ,, .-0 0 0. Maize ............. 0 4 0 ,, 0 4 6 Hay, perton......... 0 .0. 6 0 0 Potatocs,percwts,uew 0 10' 6 ,, 0 12 O Butter, per lb. ...... 0 1 8 ,, 0 1 6 Bacon, perlb............ 0 6 .....,, 0 0 (Chee?e;per Ib.(none)" 0- "0 0 0 0......... 0 Eggs, per?ozen ...... 1 0: ,, " -' .0 0 0
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869
CANADA. The :Whelan: case?was argued 'before the court' of error= on the ·4th. A decisioin'will not, be rendered until the 22nd, until, which! time the prisoner is remarnded. The. walllknown rifle-shot, Galeb: Giles, was' aoidentally' shot dead at a shbooting match on. thelst, near Toronto. The 'affairts of the, Commercial :Klank of New Brunawiok are to be wound up by the directors.? ?The lcharter of the bank ex pired ion the 8ibh: The assets ere estimated to exceed the liabilities by. 130,000 dollars. Geiiral Doyle, Governor of Nova Scotia, and:.Chief-justice Young, have; received the honour of knighthood, in a new. order es tablished-under the'd oininion government.
BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869
BRAIDWOOD. Flour, One, £16 per ton; seconds, £14 Wheat, 6s 9d to 6s Od per bushel Bread, 6d the 2-lb. loaf Bran, 1/9 per bushel Maize, s 6d to 7e Od per bushbel Oats, 4s 6d to Os Od per bushel Barley, 4s 6d perbuabel Potatoes, £7 10s to £8 per toe Uay,oaten, £8 to £8 per t lo Cheese, 6d per lb. Bacon, 64 per lb. Butter, fresh, 1/6 to0 perlb. Eggs, 9d to 10d per dozen