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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

The iAmerican barqiie Delaware,. was wrecked off: Fishguard Lightbouse,`: near Victoria, on "the l t insitant. Sbe'"was in ballast, boun'd from Sitka. ti'o' Port ,Twsend, for lumber. The steamer Great Republic sailed on the 4th foir Hongkont, 'via Yokahama, with 480 tons of freight, 500 passengers, and .740,000 dollars in treasure. Coal in abundance and of excellent quality has been discovered half a mile 'from 'Argenta, on the lide of the Central Pacific Railroad. The steamer.Sacramenta sailed on the'?th for. Panama, with. 764,000 dollars in treasure, 471,000 dollars. of which is' for New York, and 278,000d .llars for England. i";Trains .on the Central 'Pacifio Railroad are running ffive!. hundred . miles east of San Francisco.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

GOULBURN. Fat Cattle: Prime cattle in small drafts arestill in demand for local c'nsumption, whilst large lots ate'oeagely looked after by outside buyersafor the metropolitan market. Quotations: Best bullocks, £6:to E7; medium to good, £4 15s to £5 10s. Store'Cattle: Very few store cattle are being brought into-the market; in fact the district seems very bare of thuisdescription of stock; what few drafts we have had in-realised good prices. We quote all bullocks 40sto'65s ; equal sexes 47s 6d to 55s.-Fat Sheep : there is an opening for drafts of really prime ripe wetbera which can be quoted up to 8s, according to weight and qunlity.--Store Sheep: Large-framed wethers could be phced at from 4s to 4s 6d, which we think will be about the ruling price. For breed ing sheep there is very little demand. Wheat, 4s to 4s 6d per bushel Flour, foe, £13 to 14 per ton; eeoends, ;612 to £13 Pollard, Is 8d per bushel Bran, Is 3d per bushel Bread, 84 to 4d the 2-lb. lotaf SMaize, 6s to 5s 6d per bu...

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SYDNEY. GOLDSBROUGH BURT AND CO.'S REPORT. Thursday March 4, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

SYDNEY. OOLDS5otOn IILURT AND CO.'s REPORT. Thursday March4, 1869. Liva Sroos MfaarET.-Fat Cattle : Extremely sbort supply, prices firm at last week's rates; all the cattle coming forward are in second hands, being ibroukht up outside, so long as htis practise continues there is no hope of a reguilar market or a steady supply ; 'best beef 22s 6d per 100 lb.--Fat Sheep: A very full supply, and prices have given way fully is to Is 6d on beat quality, whilst low class sheep are dull of sale. We quote best weddera Ss sd to 9s; second quality 7s. We hare sold this week 200 (Scholey's) 8s 5d; 400 ewes (Christian's) 7s 3d to 7sO9d; 300 wedders 8s to 9s; and 500 (Jenkin's) '5s.-Fat Lambs: Have sold well this week, one sale about 100 from 8s Gd to 12s. WooL REPORT.-At the Chamber of Commerce, on :Thursday, six Brokers catalogued 730 bales, about two thirds of which was sold. There was much competition for best lots, and rates obtained confirmed the advance in priceso evident at the sales las...

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THURSDAY—MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

TinustnAY-MAc?at 4.. In the Council, The private secretary brought down the, royat assent to the Cathedral Close :Bill. ' ' , Mr. Dooker gave notice of a motion to restote the Police Regulation Act Extension Bill to the _paper. Mr..Holt moved the adjournment of the House' in order to.bring under, notice the,statements made : iwna letter read'by Mr. Docker the previous night which: had been addressed to that heon. member by theapolice-magistrate of Sydney. Mr. Holt went. : into a history of the matter of the prosecution for personstion, in which, on action brought, he haid recovered damages £500-against the' mover, Mr." Dalgleish, which be had at once foregone-and stated that there had been no ill-feeling between? Mr. Dalgleish and himself from that time to the," present. The motion for adjournment was negatived. The House went into committee on the bill to amend and apply the provisions of the Small Debts Act, 10 'Via., No. 10, to all parts of the colony. The first clause was passed...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

MELBOURNE. Wednesday afternoon. Mr Jones resigned office, also his seat in the Assembly.

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

LATEST. INTELLIGENCE. [tas asavtisLLI TELEGRAM COEAXT]. SYDNEY. Tuesday. It is reported that Mr :Farrand Police Magistrate of Forbes is about to be removed to another district, and that Mr Parker, lately Clark of Petty Sessions at that place is to be reinstated in his office. The Countess of Belmore gave birth at Throsby Park, yesterday to a son which was still born. The prosecution of the Government against the Freeman's Journal for the non registration of their paper has' been aban doned. The Galatea is not eipected to arrive till Thursday morning . [Br ELECTRIC TrELEGRAPH.] : SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. Hall, the absconding sheriff's 'officer from Brisbane, has been arrested'here. Mrs Dalley died suddenly.

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COURT OF REQUESTS TUESDAY, March 9th: Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs Levy and Byrne. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

COURT OF REQUESTS TUESDAY, March 9th: Before tile Police Magistrate and Messrs Levy and Byrne. The court stood adjourned from the 2d instant for the hearing of a postponed case of no interest to our readers, and the following INTERPLEADER CASE. Mary Edmonds v. P. Brick.-Claimant was sworn to assert her right to a dray and harness, &c., which had been seized by the bailiff of this court in executing a distress warrant obtained by the judgment creditor, Brick, against a defendant named James Travers. The claim set up was that Travers had before the execution was issued given the dray and other .things to Mrs Edmonds as compensationifor board.. ing his daughter from time to time. The bailiff, at whose instance the interpleader summons had been issued, stated on oath that he had seized the property in question believing it to belong to Travers, and gave evidence that claimant had used words tantamount to an admission that the pro perty was Travers's, and that she was his agent. ...

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Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, March 9th: Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs Wright, Levy, and Byrne. ABSCONDING FROM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

oiogal and pisttigt e.wts. *QUEANBEYAN POUCIE COURT. TUESDAY, March 9th: Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs Wright, Levy, and Byrne. ABscoNDI~NG PRoM SVICE., Edward Flynn, on remand, appeared for further hearing, on a charge of ab sconding from the hired service of Messrs Mandelson and Joseph, of Naas Valley. From the evidence given by the Messrs Joseph and elicited by their cross-exami-' nation, the accused appears to have been a shepherd in their employ. On the 23rd of last January there was a settlement for the previous twelve months' service, when Flynn received a balance of wages and put his mark to a receipt for the same ; but at the same time also entered upon another year's agreement in writing to which he put his mark. He also took charge of his flock, and after a temporary leave of ab. sence returned and again took possession. It:was further shown that he had actually drawn a pound on account of his wages for the new year. For the defence Flynn denied the agreement, a...

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

PRINCE ALPRED'SR EXPECTED. ARRIVAL ci IN SYDNEY.- Wei.O r' auithorised to state' 'a that Lord Belmorehas receiired a telegraphic im message from his- Royal Highness the Duke' w of Edinburgh, stating that he intended w leaving Melbourne on Monday next--in of which case his arrival in Sydney may be ci looked for on Wednesday. In accordance .1 with the Duke's expressed wish his landing ai will be strictly private. Apartments at the li Government House have been fully prepared ci for his reception, and the same accomodation p as respects servants, horses carriages, &c., ti with the exception of the state carriage, has V been provided under the auspices of Mr B. w Thomson, as on:the occasion of his previous B visit. We uniderstand that the entertain- a ments at the Government house during the p l'rince's stay will be of a very quiet and unostentatious character.-Empire. tl ACCIDENT.-TWO youths one of whom ie was Charles Semlitzky, the son of acarpen- . ter in this town, foolishly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

HoLLOWAr's PILLS AND OINTMENT.-The most effectual Cure for Gout and Rheumatlim.-A fre quent cause of these complaints is the inflammatory state of the blood, attended with bhad digestion, lassitude, and great debility, showing the want of a proper circulation of the fluid, and the impurity of blood greatly aggravates these disorders. Holloway's pills are of so purifying a nature that a few doses taken in time are an efiTctualpreventive against gout anod rheumatism, but any one that has had an attack of either should use Holloway's ointment also, the powerful properties of which combined with the effect'of the pills ensure a certain cure. The ointment should be thoroughly rubbed into the parts affreted at least twice a day, after they have been sufficiently fomented with warm water to open the pores to facilitate the introduction of the ointment to the glauds. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' (Payable in aedwane) Delivered by pe r tpannoraforwardedm, s r by dIepatch to the country pe annum, r ...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

YASS. Wheat, 4i Od to 4I 64 per bushel Plour,flue, £16 per ton; seconds, £14 Bran, le. per bushel Pollard, not quoted Maize, Se to S6 Od per bushel Oats, 4s Od to 4s 6d per bushel Barley, 2i 6d to 3a Od per bushel Hay, £5 to £6 per ton Batter, fresh, 1/6 per lb. Cheese, 6d to 7d per lb. Baaon, 6d to 8d per lb. Eggs, 93 to 1e per dosen Potatoes, new, 14 to 2d per lb 'Bideu, salted, 4s to 6s 6d each i trMih, T to - s6d each . Sheepskins, 4id to s5 per lb.

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The Age. THURSDAY, MARCH 11th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

S THURSDAY MARCH 11th, f869. IT is more than probable that before this article' has issued from the press his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh and. Captain of the Gala tea will enter the port of Sydney for the second time; and if the colonists felt proud and delighted on the occa sion of his first visit, how much more so will they be towitness,after a year's absence, his return in the enjoyment of robust health and with no worse effect of the Clontarf event remaining than its ineffaceable impress clinging to his Royal Highness's memory. On this occasion the Duke visits us simply as Captain of the Galatea. Yet although, as on the former visit, the citizens cannot lose sight of his high princely rank, it is to be hoped he may be allowed to receive due honor without the form and ceremony be fore displayed. To assist our heart felt gratitude to the Most High for the Duke's safe return among us we do not need the aid of pomps and vanities, neither do the people wish to burden the cou...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

WUEtLY CAL NDAR. aaftwak Day of snrt.,SnstsAg. Dar f ta wek. Month. u ie a t l flURUDAT... Mar. 11 '6 6 St 37 F1I1DAY... -. ... ý 13 1 67 :,13 163 ;'U Alla ....... .6 55 :s. 11 ...K SUNDAY - 1 5,1 a, 9' 6210. 0 MONDAY *.. ... .. 16 6 0 6 s I TUESDAY ... .. *,-16 6 1 .617.: 7.! WEIDNES1)DY ;. m7 6, 1 65,5 2 scos 'a 'run:' . , 2 Nw vmooos, on Uaturday.thu 13th. at 6h.11m~pm..

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THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

THE ALABA?IA;MLA'A MS. i" I The Washington -correspondent of, the -New York lTimes writes to 'that journal - " The draft of the basis of a treaty for'the' settlement of .he Alabama 'claims, 'ngreed unpon. ibetween Lord Stanley and- Minister Johnson, "'has :been received at thhe state departm'eit. The first' article' provides for .the settlement of all .claims- whiol have . arisen between the :two .govern ments since the convention 0of 1853; and, the., second provides expressly for,: the 'settlement"of-what are' linown as thedAla bama claims, and proposes the formation of a joi'nt; comrmission, each government to appoint two members, who: shall sit:,in Washington and sdetermine:. the character, 'legality,. and :amount of the claims. Any question which fis not decided unanimously by the commission is to bersubmitted to an arbiter to be agreed upon, by the two governments. This is a 'brief outline of the 'proposition as submitted. There is considerable surprise expressed here that the ...

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OVEREND, GURNEY, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

OVEREND, QGUREY,' AND CO. iOn January 1,,six of e'directors of Over and, Gti;ne;y, and 'Co. '(limited), 'three of whom had'also beien' ii'ibers of thei old tfirm of. Overemd, Gurney, and. .C., of.Lombarmd street and' Birohbin-lane,:which the limited number superseded--namely, Mir. John Henry; Gurney, Mr. Henry E;imund ,Gurnsy, Mr. 'Robert Berk beck IMr. 'Hedry Ford Barclay, 7Mr. Harry Geobig 'Gordn', anid'Mr."William Rennie, appeared at the justice-room of the mansion-house on summonses whiich chargeJ? 'them, iieffeot; with a cb'nspiracy to defrilud' °the -shareholdrs bof the' limitRed onmpany ý of money to the amount tf £3,000,000 ·sterling. In the, exabit-terms-of 'the summonses, -which bad been obRainedo worin ioformatiorns iat tthe instance of Adam ni'Thm, L.L.D., the charge was that they,;the defendants, in July, -1805,and atili?d'e"itd s other-times, ind the city' df Lonaon;, unrlawftilly ldid ,conspire,, corn bioe, confederate,' and 'agree -todtler,'y divers false aud. fraidu...

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WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

iWVEST .' INDIES. ' Captain-General Dulce arrived astHavana. on the -4th." He disembarked atnoon, sand was :conductedto the' palace, -where h'e was installed 'aidd took possession of the:.govern ment. No demonstration of any 'kiid 'was' made on his arrival. ' The new viceroy brings with him ..a number- :of- general oiffce.s and civil employees.' He is. also accompanied ,by the' Bishop' of Martinez, of= the.diocese.;of Hfavana, w'ho 'was some' time ago'banished by, Lersundi mag banshed b i ,er.und ii d Admiral Chaon sailed on the a 5th for Spain.: The new. administration hasrissued orders allowing the?inost ample latitude for the ipub t lication' and forwarding.of telegrams: , Other imporitant concessions enlarging the: libertyofrthe press are expected.,,j .I It is reported that the .liberial journal EIl Paris, which suspended a short time ago,;will resume publication in a few days. : T'he -T. S."'steamer, Gettysburg ha'is been ordered to Nuevitas to protet" American{ in terests. Thl...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

MEXICO. We have the following intelligence via Havana: 'Clonel" Epinosa had been killed in a duel at San ' ~ is: More troops were to be: sent from Puebla against theiinsurgents in the Sieria.: The ;Mexican Congre.s, by a iiargemajority, has approved 'the:.convention of,,the?,4th of Julyv.madle.with tbe Unirted: States: for the settlement of the: claim' of citizens' of both The Congress, in seoret session, has iso approved, a0 treaty 'vwith the t United Stater, recngnising the ,American rdoctrine of the rights of naturalised citizens. . The police: authorities- of the" city of Mexico had issued orders restricting the per formance of religious ceremonies, which biad caused some of .they churches 'to close.-their doors. A policeregiilation, had ,also been put in force,- prohibiting .the sale of liquors after six o'clock in, the -evening. Several journals object to these new ordersaas-attack intg personal liberty,--the afree-. exercise of religion, and the rights of commerce. The Mexica...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

ARRIVAL OF THE -PA*NA\IA. MAIL. (Am-- onthe &2. ffTeraJd) THit P. and N." Z.' .Company'sl steamer Rakaia,, Captain Harris,- arrived in Port Jaoksoniat fdour:p.mi. on Wednesday. " The: news -fro'm:Europe by. cable: is to °the 16th` January, New York 16th, California 8th, Patiimaf 23rd;- and Wellington 2-4t?? of' February. The European'news by oable is not so late as'the`spjoial telegrams -received via; S hiiS:fy mine days; ,and- the American, news is very meagre," of which the -following is a summary: : AMERICA. . : ' NiNw YonRK January 10.' -The -new ,city, government was formailly installed ohnrlie 4th.': The first genrdral or'der issued by the new mayor'- prescribes that the title of hondrable shall.not be used in conver-. sation with his'name or'ofice. •The Feport- of the. comptroller shows the" estimated amount required to carry on-the city government dciring:the year to be in the aggr'egatd 12,187,~282 dollars ,An explosion. of: two torpedoe.d occurred in the-lower. bay...

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

PARLIAMENT- OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the S. Mf. Herald.) TUesDAYh-MAIibIr 27. INrthe Assembly, :' Ministers, in answer to questjions, said: That the question of making St. Patrick's.Day a holiday had not been under the 'consideratipnb o the government; and that, in the middle of last month government had received information that ninety camels had left Port Augusta laden with goods for ,the Darling country, and that the Adelaide governmqnt were' communicated with, and at once collected the duties. Mr. Roberltsn, in answer to a.question from Mr. Windeyer, said that last session a sum of £600 had been voted for the cost of a volunteer encampment at Easter. The necessary amount for travelling ex penses would, however, require £300 more than the £600. Besides this, the imperial government had declined to lend the'military tents to the volunteers; and thus additional expense, to the amount of £600, would be required. The government on this had come to the conclusion that it ought not to...

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ANOTHER MASSACRE IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 March 1869

ANO TdHEW IJ6AhASSRE'; 1· . NW NE:W, :ZEALAND., i.(From, te Emnpire.o.)"! . Bj. way.;ofNewoastl.e we have Auckland papers to the, 18th ultiinmo containring news froim.Taranaki 6f another dreadful massacre of settlers there.?' ' Taranaki Herald-office, February 16. News came in yesterday just previous to the Wellington leaving, that the whole of the 'settlerse at Clifton (White Cliffs), had been.massacred by the Mokhau natives. -'Thh steamer was detained; and about seven p.m..left for the White Cliffs with his Honor the superintendent on board, to bring in the settlers who are scattered about .that district, to Now Plymouth. Mr. Mo Donald arrived in town early this morning,.bringing us information that set tlers had been massacred at Puke- aruhe, ahd *that Lieutenant Gascoigne, his 'wife, and three children, and the Rev. Mr. Whitely, and two settlers (who resided there) had been murdered. " " . :: SThe Chatham Island natives have!been' threatened by, the. Mokhau natives, so have left...

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