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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

YASS Wheat, 04?Od to 4s 6s per iusebel Flour, nee,' l14 per ton; seconds, £1S Bran B. per bushel Pollard, not quoted . 1Maize. s "tofi'. 6d per.bushel OatP; 4s Od tod 4 Od per: bushel. Barley; 2s 6d to 3s Od per bushel lay, £5' to: 6 per toii ?' .,Butter; fresh, ,/t lierlh. . .Chbeee; c,6Oto Td per lb. Bacon,6d tod f er lb .Eggs, Oi'to l.per dozen . °Potatoes, ei,ildito2d per lb. -'"lides, salted, 49 to 5s.6d enach, tresh, is to Is ddeuach Sheepslkino, 4Ad.to Cd rer lb. . *, . - .; ; . .

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SYDNEY. [?]TTERSHANK EAGLESTONE AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

rTTtlRStiANbs k"AuLSTON AND CO.'s mPOIFT. FdtCaitle': The supply thise weekbhas been aSain ,in excss;~ ivth little or no improvement as -regards "qualityi?~inrally. Prices ruled almost equal to',last ,'week'a rates, with if anything-a slightly downvardl ttendency. Good quality realised·f20s "per 1001l. : Fat Sheep ::The supply: this weCekl hai been: very, linmited' 'rices, however, have o shown any m-., provement; ''Good quality wetlwl ?niiy be quoted at -83 to Os.-Store stock. lre have in e.,alterations to' report underithis head". There are inquiries for first class bullorks tindspayed coi;s, and also for maiden ewes and large framed wethers..or ftt:ening. 'We anticipate higher rates, and i brisk demand imniedi ately after the first good fall of rain. Our Melbourne' firm quotes prime beef at 25s per ?1001T ;prime 55 b wethers at 14s aoLDSDROUcn nUar AND 'Co.'S REPORTi .;...? -" Thuirsday A?larcbl8 186?; LiLve STodl MARKET.-F?ai' Cattle : Prices again R a little easier, the iiurket...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

BIRTH. MADGWICK.—At her residence, Queanbeyan, on the 21st instant, the wife of the Rev. E. D. MADGWICK, of a son.  

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

CHINA. We take the following summary of news from the Overland China Mail of the 9th February. The natives near Swatow have been satis factorily punished for their unprovoked attack upon the Cookchafer's boats. Ninety eight were killed and wounded, three officers and four men being wounded on our side ; none, however, very seriously. A slight disturbance has occurred at Foo chow, the Chinese objecting to the Rev. Mr. Wolf occupying some land he had bought. The Taotai promised satisfaction, and at latest advices all was quiet. Vice-Admiral ICeppel has proceeded thither in the Salamis. The Leander has made the fastest run out of the season in ninety-five days. The miners have been temporarily driven away from near Chefoo. Experienced hands think more of the silver, lead, and antimony than of the yield of gold. The latter requires crushing-mills and shaft-sinking. A native proclamation.has been issued at Foochow condemning frauds on the part of Chinese tea-men. The Taotai at Ningpo has...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

AMERICA. ' The secretary of the treasury has made his usual monthly statement of the public debt of the United States, which shows It' total on January 1 to have been 2651 millions of dollars. This is an increase during the last month of about 1,750,000 dollars. During the last month the govern ment expenditure exceeded the receipts by about 1,300,000 dollars. The trial of Surratt has ended in his dis missal under an amnesty proclamation. On Saturday, January 16, President Johnson sent to the Senate the treaties con cluded between the United States and Great Britain for the adjustment of the Alabama claims and the recognition of the rights of naturalised citizens. Negotiations have begun between the United States and Spain for the purchase of Cuba. A statement from New York that negoti ations had been opened with the Spanish government for the purchase of the Island of Cuba, is denied by the provisional govern ment-and further that it never will agree to any proposal of such a natur...

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THE NEWS BY THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

THENEWS BY THE MAIL STEAMER. Txra P. and O. Company's mail steamer Malta arrived in Sydney harbour on Sunday shortly after seven o'clock p.m.. From the news she brings the following items are extracted, which with that already given by telegraph forms all that is really im portant: GREAT BRITAIN. The Prince of Wales has been made a knight of the Freemasons of Charles 13th, after having successively received the other six orders. It follows from this that he will become, no doubt, in course of time the Grand Master of England, than which nothing could be more politic and advan tageous to the craft and the country. No less than sixty petitions are to be tried under the new Election Act. The executive committee of the Central Protestant Defence Association has resolved on organising an extensive plan of deputa tion to bring before the English and Scotch people the momentous questions now pend ing, and to take other means for the defence of the Irish Church. At the same time, the Nation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

TMPOUNDED at Gundaroo, on the 17th L day of March, 1869, from Glenwood, by W. R. .iacarthy, Esq.; release, 15a each : Black horse, C near shoulder, 6 near neck, white hind feet Black horse, JC near shoulder Chesnut mare, PY both shoulders, white face, sllver mane White mare, like J over JH over 22 near shoulder like JE- over 0O off shoulder, short tall. i If not released will be sold at this pound at noon on the 15th day of April, 1869. IHUGH 'VALLANCE, JUo., Poundkeeper. IMPOUNDED at Bungendore, on the 20th day of March' 1869, from Foxlow .estate, by A. F. Powell, Esq : Brown mare, hind feet white,, broken, pulled tail, IK over S near shoulder, TB blotched over qS off shoulder. - Bay horse, broken. off hind heel white, like C over heart over crown off shoulder, like 8A under 2 near shoulder. Brown horse, star, short pulled tail, broken, CS shoulder and rump near aide. Bay horse, broken, saddle marked, like W under saddle off side, bible-brand off shoulder. Roan horse, broken, pulle...

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THURSDAY—MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

TttUItsAY-MAXtot 18. In the Legislative Council, Tuesday next was made an additional sitting day on the motion of Mr. Owen. In reply to Mr. Weekes's question as to the survey of the valley of the Hawkesbury, in reference to floods, Mr. Owen stated that, although anxious to deal with the matter, the present government had not had time to consider it, but attention would be given to it at the earliest possible moment. The Workhouse Act Repeal Bill was taken into committee, and agreed to without amenidment. The lmpoundin Act Amendment Bill was conaldered in commattee of the whole, and reported. Mr. Dees Thomson resumed the debate on Mr. Docker's resolutions on the expenditure of public money without statutory authority. He contended that there was no suffcient case here for the pro. posed censure. that it was through mere accident that the bill did not come before the Counncil in pro per time, and he moved the previonus question. Mr. A. Campbell thought the proper time to have deolt wi...

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. Lo?wDO, February 16th. Parliament was opened by the Lord Chancellor, ill health preventing the Queen doing so. The speech stated that special interest would be felt in the resumption of parliamentary labours, in consequence of the enlarged system of enfranchisement-refer red to the continued friendly relations with foreign powers, also stated that England was equally desirous of peace-rejoiced that Turkey and Greece were pacified-hoped that the pending negociations would cement a lasting friendship with America-regretted the New Zealand atrocities, but felt confident the colonial government and people would prove equal to the occasion, and prudently prevent a recurrence of them-recommended inquiry to ensure tranquillity, purity, and freedom of elections-promised an education bill for Scotland, the revision of the bank ruptcy laws, and abolition of imprisonment for debt-the ecclesiastical affairs of Ireland would be considered forthwith, to promote the welfare of r...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

GENERAL SUM MARY. Lo?now, January 29. The Queen, Princesses Louise and Bea trice, and Prince Leopold are at Osborne. At Stockholm the Prince of Wales was admitted a freemason. The royal party visited Berlin, Vienna, and Trieste, preceded by the Duke of Sutherland and Dr. Russell, who accompanied them on their Nile tour. The judges are proceeding viaorondly with the trial of the election petitions. and have declared void the elections of Whit worth for Drogheda; Glass, for Bewdley; Devereux, for Wexford; and have con firmed Eykvn, for Windsor; Onslow, for Guildford; Gavin and Russell, for Limerick ; and Dalway, for Carickfergus. Several petitions were withdrawn. All the ministers were re-elected. Mr. Bruce, home secretary, has been re turned for Renfrewshire; and a place was found for the Marquis of Hartington at Bradford. Mr. Wilmot, a conservative, was elected for South Derbyshire. Successful meetings in favour of the ballot were held in London, Manchester, and other towns. The mun...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

LATEST TELEGRAMS. LoNrDON, February. Count Walewski (?) conveyed the protocol of the Paris conference relative to Turkey and Greece to Athens; the Greek ministry, not wishing to sign it, resigned. The Sublime Porte gave eight days' extension of time for an answer. A new cabinet formed, with Naimmis as president, who accepted the protocol, and the reply was completely satisfactory, and Turkey and Greece forth with revoked their previous extraordinary measures. The conference reassembled on the 18th February and accepted the answer, and declared the rupture between the two countries over. Mr. Seward has authorised the United Stateas minister informally to proffer his services as a medium of communication during the Grecian and Turkish difficulty. With reference to the disputed elections, those of Belfast, Londonderry, and Forster for Bradford, and Ryland for Wallingford, are declared valid. Ripley for Bradford, Guinness for Dublin, and Phipps for West bury, were unseated. Mr. Samuelso...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

. Mr Harold jnaclean, , the Sheriff.df. the colonyl and Acting Inspcctdr of Prisons,: i? about visiting Europe on leave of absence. Mr G. F? Wise, late immigration officer, has been.; appointed acting :sheriff dnring Mr? Macleaa's absence: :Last Thuirsday the H. M S. Galatea and' H. L. troop Himalaya were dressed with flags to celebrate the birthday of the Princess Louisa of England;, who has attained her twenty-first year. The Galatea displayed the Royal Standard at her main mast, head.. 'The Falconcr coirespondant of ,the Tam worth:Examiner records the' birth of an in~ teresting stranger. .:Hie is the son of Mrs ir`. Ferguson, and is the sixtieth grandchild of Mr John Cameron, Falconer, now eighty? yearsof agc,and Mrs Canicron,.now sevent.y tfour.. Fifty or their grandchildren are still alive, and Mr Cameron is th 'great grand fathe; of foui'. 1:" Ie is nineteen years in the colony, is, strong and :healthy, and rides about, only his sight is failing. "The Mayor of.:Goulburn, in vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

? .. . :.?..?. ... . . --- , - nt u - mna HoLLow.'Y PiLLS.-Safe, yet Effectivo.--No othel medicine comblines the same purifying alterative =and tonic proporties, which have raised the pills so highly in the estimation of the public. In diseases arising fromnuuhealthy sltuatious, close apartments,. and sedentrayoccupatlons,':ne means so potent for cooling, cleauslog, and regulating the human body can be fiun?l'H-iolloway'is pills wonderfully improve a weak digestion, by nugmenting the gastric secre tion aud uoderatoly rousing the function of theliver hen?e their well-known power of relnmving tainted breath, and remedying every other dyspeptic unplea santness..'Thly' eutliely overcome thu lethargic symptoms;nitendlingt bad digestion. nod have for years beitih'ieoeieid? the best'and safest family*ape rient. They are particularly suitable fir young fe males and children. : TERMS OF --SUBSCRIPTION : e::iv (re b (Payable in adoanee)- Del vered by p or fonrarded) 04 per annum, or s ld per ...

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GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

GOULBURN. - ,. r."s.. COIENK AD'C0 '5 REPORT Fat: Cattle :'".We h'ave :to report a decline in-the valu ·of f:tfis'descipitionr'of. stock this week,-butcit is our opinion it ?S?inly 'temporary, as if the present weather holds it will cause a .scarcity of reailly riine - beelf.7" vo'sold this week onacecoant of 1 rJohin Wilkiimson, Tu'rnmt, 50 head plain battle 1st'yalrd (bullocks) 88s, 2nd yard (do.) 85s ? d 3rd yard (do.) 84s, 4tb. and5th-yards .76s d,; 6th yard (light cows) 63i,t7th yard (bullocks) 7??s; tavernge. of the, lot, 82s,6d:. VWe"quote best bullocks £5 to £6, mecium to good £4. to £4 15ss.-Store Cattle:. We have. no sales:to report:' Good .ell-b'red cattla suitable for fattening purposes continue scarce,--Fat'Sheep: No alteration dto ote this week, and no sales to-rport. Stuire Shee'p,:There isa slight demand for this class of sto.k:,:. We have, buyers for ewes, we hers, and weaners, .and sold.the balence of ewes' and lambs .vithdraw from ;last'week'a sales, viz., 331 at ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN MEAT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

THE AUSTRALIAN 1MEAT QUESTION. Great efforts are being made to utilise the vast surplus stocks of sheep and oattle in Australia by, the adoption of various methods of preserving the careasses, so as to render them fit for consumption at reasonable prices instead of resorting to the wasteful process of boiling down for tallow. One of these methods was introduced to the English public on the 29th December, under the auspices' of the Australian TMeat Agency in Norton Folgate. A number' of gentlemen connected with the colonies were present, amongst whom were Mr. F. G. Verdon, O.B., the agent-general for Vic toria; Mr. W. E. Mayne, agent-general for New South Wales; and Mr. F. S. Dutton, agent-general for South Australia. We have little doubt of the success of some of the processes which are now being adopted, and which have been favorably reported upon by both officers of the royal and French navy, but the great difficulty is the fastidious habits and almost insuperable prejudices of th...

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ATTACK BY CHINESE ON THE CREW OF THE COCKCHAFER [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

ATTACK BY OTTTNlSE ON TFTE CREW OF THE COOCKHAFER (From the Overland China Mail) By the Kwang Tung we have news of a serious disturbancd at Swatow. It appears that the boats of H. M. gunboat Cockohafer were exercising in a creolek about four miles beyond Swatow, when their crew were stoned by some natives, the missiles striking several of the men. The latter landed and caught one of the assnilants, whom they do tained with the intention of handing him over to the native authorities, and retreated to their boats. A large mob of Chinese, however-some four hundred or five hun dred-suddenly made their appearance from the village in the neighbourhood, and being well armed with gingalls, opened a galling fire on the boat's crew. The latter returned the fire with their Snider rifles, but were obliged to retreat, twelve of their number being wounded, and two (the boatswain and gunner) not being expected to live. The loss on the Chinese side is said to be fourteen killed and several wounded....

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The Age. THURSDAY, MARCH 25th, 1869. Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

T'Tn UR SDAFY, MARCH 26th, 1869. ": oqat ilnd0i is~ihitqti 3.Lws. e : , UNCLAIMED LETTLsRs.-Letters addres sed'to thelfollowing persons are lying un *claimdd in the undermentioned post-offces 'naiiely,:-'Queanbeyan : Allen 'Miss E., Austin Samuel, Bates John, Cotton Rich ard (travelling.with sheep), Connolly Pat. senior;.Googongs, Daily John; Ford Mrs A., Finneron'PetMe, Mcres Mrs., McNa marra 'John, London Bridge, Merideth John, McNamarra Michael, McDonald A., Nesbit';A Spiing Grove, Plumnier Sarah, Sauiders Thomas, Scrivenor Walter, Steel William, Sullivan James (2), Turner Thos. sheep'inspector (2), Thompson W.,F., Jer.. raboniberia? Thielman G. W., Woods E: G. L. - .Gundaroo: 'Armstrong Edward, Briown'Nicholas, Berry G., Cooper Martha Flanigan: J.,;Flanigan Mary, Gibson Mr., ,Nichols Catherine. LocAL SCidOL. BoAnD.. --The following gent!eimeni constitute the newly-appointed local, board of the Church. of. England denominational school at Queanbeyan, their. niiames having recentl...

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DEATH OF THE DUKE OF BRABANT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 March 1869

DEATH OF THE DUKE OF BRABANT. His Royal Highness the Prince Royal   died on the morning of January 22. The young Duke of Brabant had a presentiment for several days that his end was approach- ing. On January 14 he said to one of his physicians, " have I yet some days to live, doctor ?" The physician constrained him- self to re-assure his young patient, and said, "your Highness is much better." "Indeed, no," replied the prince, " I am sure that my end draws near." For the last three days the Queen did not leave her son's couch; she remained beside him without even changing her garments. The King, a prey to agitation and violent grief, for several nights paid incessant visits to the chamber to see his son, and to make anxious inquiries as to the progress of the disease. When the end had come and there was no longer any doubt of the prince's decease, the King threw himself upon a couch and uttered heartrending cries. The physicians surrounded him, and he was obliged to be ...

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TUESDAY—MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 April 1869

TUESDAY-MARACH 23. In the Legislative Council, The Public Works Loan Bill was brought up from the Legislative Assembly and read a first time. The Workhouse Repeal Act Bill and the Impound ing Act Amendment Bill were read a third time and passed. Mr. Hay resumed the debate on Mr. Dooker's pro posed resolutions with respect to the expenditure of public moneys without statutory authority. He did not support the resolutions as proposed, neither did he concur in the proposition to meet them by the previous question. He thought, however, it was a time when the Council should deal with the matter in a manner not to compromise its own dignity by too great severity, nor by treating the matter as one too light to require notice. He should vote that the question be entertained, and then should move an amendment expressive of the Council's regret at the irregularity which had taken place, and reiterating the opinion expressed in the resolution of 1860. After some further debate, the question, "...

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WEDNESDAY—MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 April 1869

WEDNNsDAY-MAnor 24. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Owen laid upon the table a progress report from the commission on the Sydney water-supply, and in reply to Mr. Dens Thomson stated that the final report had not been received. The standing orders of the House were suspended for the purpose of passing the money bills of the session through all their remaining stages; and the Public Works Loan Bill was passed through all its stages. The Appropriation Bill and the Treasury Bills Bill were passed without any remark. The second reading of the Sydney Boundaries Act Amendment Bill was adjourned until next day. The Small Debts Recovery Aot Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed. The Council then adjourned till next day. In the Assembly, Ministers, in answer to questions, said: That the government had caused inquiry to be made into the documents removed from the colonial secretary's office, but had been unable to discover what had been taken by Mr. Parkee and what had been given to...

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