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QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 April 1869

ts QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. Saturday-Before the Police Magistrate. s' Peter Bishop, charged by constable Torpy e. with using obscene language, was convicted, L- and in default of paying a fine of £3, was te sent to jail for .14 days. Mary Wheeler was, n on the evidence of sergeant Latimer, con g vieted of being drunk and disorderly, and It iniprisoned for four days. George W?heeler, ' husband of the last prisoner, arrested for drunkenness, was discharged with a caution. o Tuesday-Before the Police Ilagistrate and Dr Morton. Albert Schofield, a little boy about nine years old, was charged on a d summons with assault and battery on Alfred s Levy, a lad about his own age. The offence Y consisted in tnrowing a stone. Fined 5s., and Gs 6d costs. Thomas Lynch was charged on summons before the same magistrates and Mr A. Levy t with refusing to produce the skin of .one head of cattle slaughtered by him. This a was a very suspicious' case, and the zeal I which constable McKeon, of Foxlow, di...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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The Age. THURSDAY, APRIL 1st, 1869. Local and District News. BRAIDWOOD AND QUEANBEYAN ROAD. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 April 1869

TH U7RSDAY, APRIL 1It, 18069. WaaL1 ant tistliq'tgt 1u5. BRAIDWOOD AND QUEANBEYAN' ROADi. PUBLIC MEETING. LAST Thursday an important meeting took place at the residence of Mr 11. Sheahan, Black Heath, Mfolonglo, of persons interes ted in.the Queanbeyan and Braidwood road 'via Molonglo Gap. The meeting had been convened by Joseph Taylor, Esq., J.P., of Little Bombay, (through whose estate the road runs), in compliance with a public re quisition whighappeared in" our last issue. There was a range attendance; and before the formal business of the meeting com. menced, a desultory conversation occurred in which several important statements were made, affectinig the interests of the promo ters of the meeting, and which, as they were not referred to afterwards by those who du ring the meeting proposed or spoke to reso. lutions,:we here mention, in simple. justice to the resident population along that, road, who not without reason complain of the hardships they are subjected to, not only in...

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GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 April 1869

QOULBURN. CO. . COHEN AND CO'S REPORT.: Fat Cattle: there is a demand for prime cattle in small drafts in local consumption, and very few advi-. sedaas coining forward to this market. We have no sales ,to report, and quote best bullocks, £5 to £6. Mediim to-good, £4 5s to £5.-Store Cattle: This description or stock has deteriorated very much in value the past few weeks consequent upon the con -tinuance of the draught, which renders it very diffi-, cult to quote prices, without probably misleading. stockholders. The best quotations we can give is the result. of our week's sales, comprising. in all 107 head, in very low condition which we quitted at the following prices :-viz., 1st yard bullocks, £2 10s; 2nd, cows, £2 9s; 3rd ditto, 25s Gd; 4th ditto 22s; 5thb"yearling heifers, 19s ; 6th yearling steers, 17s:. 7th~yard,. workers, £3 ; 8th, dittt, £3 15s 9th, ditto £3-. 17s ; 10th £'2 Os.-?Fat: Sheep: No Sales to report. bVc· have inquiries for good prime wethers in small flocks of 230...

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MEMS, ABOUT GUNDAROO. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

V MEMS. ABOUTO UNDAROO. TO ,TLE EDITOR. ' Sir,-Notising that my Cozen Moslopton as ritter a few moms. about Goulborn, the idea 'has gust stru! menthat a low moms, about gundaroo wood not bee miss I must]aknoligo that I am a little jenlis will my cozen ITalk About Goulbornoa why we hbay Cort of Pety seshons and a-largeWito;~2story. howu to hold the cort , In wichk is: more]jthan yet Queen Beeyan coves can Boat off. we hav also fort (4) stores (2)-to publike to )2( akols 'alin workic order Our crak and only publik lkol is held in'thc bigbous as also the cort of pety Seshons the surjrey & shuoe Estabblismunt , Naow Maister Hedditor I think that you aftergyeripruse thees fuee:Mems will giv us best We hav allso a Post Otis & post Maiste: A Dokter a reel m D or D m I forget witqh & Jasi iff not leest We hav the Commin Man for the ne: Jeniral elekshun the latterJent is simplee In tranin at present for the nex heat but Goakin aside if we hav all Members our Man is bo...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. EPEr OaREVELE' TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. BY. ELEaTRIO TELEGRAPH.. Wednesday afternoon. Weather continues showery. 'The Hunter river is bank high. 'Maize has advanced from four. shillings to four shillings and tw6pen., ::

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

W ie Y: tutitti0 tt %ge. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION a'? - (Payable in advanre) byeli sptl a pol orh f atryed 2s per annum, or -s -0 per qr. Delivered in oan .... Os per annum or is 6d per qr. t- Credit, ono eahiltuggper quarter exarl. - The quarters end on thLlIstlMarchl; Sth June:lOthSeptelmber and l3st I)ecemnber, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving om week's previous notice in writing direct to the offce and not otherwise, and paying the amount due to tiho endl of the quarter; but new subscribers will he received at any time, and charged front the period at which they commence. TERMSV. 7OF ADVERTISING : Ad" B ttaermets are chliarged foratitifollowing rites each imacir. tionu:-. For twolinesorlessof apace(ssglcouln)., ..... s Four i .. Os' iur lfues . .. .. ... *s Od Eight' lines, or one inch ..... ... • . . .... s 3 Every additional ilch, , .. f . . .L. . With u'reductioluon one-fourth for thirteen consecutive inser-. I 'lions, and of one-thlird for twenty-ntxinse...

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COMMERCIAL. AGE Office, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

COMMiERCIAL. AGE Office, Wednesday. Thef )l l)h may be taken as the ruling whole r.l a pr~ai a . QUEANBEYAN. lear, pert cr.. fine 150 0 seconds £14 0 0 Wheat, per bushel.. 0 4 6 to 0 5 0 Bran, per bushel ...... 0 1 0 ,, ---- 0 0 -0 Oats ................... 0 1 0 ,, 0 4 0. 'arley ............... 0 0 0 Maize ... .. 0. 0? _6! ,, 0 5 0 Itay, per ton ......... 5 0 00 ,, 5 0 0 Peotjtoe,perowt, nuw .0 9 0 _ ..,, Q 1 010 :0. eutfe-r; pelb. .:... O 1 8 ,, 0 1 ,6 Bacon;:perlb.: 0 00 ' 6 ,, 0 0 "0O Jheese,per lb..(unne) ;:.:0 ::0 "On r,', O"0 0: Eggs,.per dozen.., 0 ,1?0 ,, :;0, 0 0 S.w.;:o, o',¶EIL:s.AUCTtcN iEPORTV.:.0, On Tuesday last.I disposed of the Glengarve Es-; tate.by aution to.J. J. V Wright Esq., for the sum of £722.. On the snie day I sold 700 sheep (mixedl flock,l, including lambs) the property of lr Keliethl MlcDtiald to Dr Morton at' 4sper head.'. I'also nffeted a sale of horses at prices rangiig fromin:dneto fivc,pounds. The late heavy rains prevented a larger attendance at my...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

.YASS. Wheat, 4s Od to 4s 6d per bushel Flour, fine, £14 per ton; seconds, £18 Bran, Is. per bushel Pollard, not quoted 1Ilaize, 6s to s.GOd per bushel Oats, 4Is 0d to 4s Gd per bushel Barley, 2s Gd to 3s Od per bushel 'nay, £5 to £0 per ton Butter, fresh, 1/0 per lb. Cheese, Gd to 71 per lb. Bacon, Gd to 8d per lb. Eggs, 9d to Is per dozen Potatoes, new, Id to 2d per lb ij3ides, salted,t s to G5 Gd each; fresh, 7s to 9s Gd each Sheepnktia, 4 1c to Gd per lb.

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

. RAIDWOOD. - Flour, fine, .15 per ton ; seconds, £14. Wheat, 's 3d to 5s 6d per bushel Bread, 5dI the 2-lb. loaf? Bran, 1/O per-bushel Mdiize, 5 Gd to 7s 0d per bushel Oats, s'6d 'to Os Od per bushel Barley, 4s 0Gdper bushel ' Potatoes,'£7 ,10s to £8'per ton': -lay, oaten, £8 to £8 per ton : Cheese, t.6 per lb. Bacon,; d per lb. Butter,' fresh, -1/6 to Os per lb.; Eggs, d to 103 per dozen

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GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

S GOULBURN. , . s. COIEN AND COS REPORT. Fat Cattle: No alteration.to note this week. Prine cattle would sell well at from 16s to,18s per 100-lb. We 'sold this week on account of Mr W. Crampton 20 head, very small but ripe--cows at 80s, bullocks 90s. A diraft we had advertised not being prime enoughl for the trade, was withdrawn. - We quote best -bullocks up to £G: medium to good, £4 5s to £5.-Store Cattle: Nowthat the drought has broken we anticipate some movement in this description of stock, and have some large transactions now pending. We have placed two drafts of 250 and 300 head re pectively under offer, the closing for which we hope to report in our next.-Fat Sheep: No sales to report Good prime wethers can be quoted up to'8s Gd, ac cording -to weight and q'uality.-Store Sheep : -We sold this week on account of' Mr A. Guymer 250 weaners at 2s 11d, and have enquiries for ewes and lambs. Wheat, 4s Gd to 5s per bushel Flour, fine, £14 to £15 per ton; seconds, £1. l2to £13 . - Po...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

..\VEEKLY CALENDAL. . Mloon's Days of to we ek: y of Su Sun ats A fI.Y.sDAY .. Apr. 6 18 I.5 4" 4 -8 . FRIDAY... ...... . 10 A .6 SUNDAY-.... ..... ..-I I 6 0 .b42 - 8 SIONDAY .. ... 12. 21 541 N FUESDAY. .` ",13. 6 9.- W DN AY . ,.NooN ' . PIlA S. ". 8. Now toon, on ?fon3ay, ?;ts th, net. h.led m.n:m. '

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SYDNEY. ETTERSHANK EAGLESTONE AND CO.'S REPORT. SYDNEY, 1st April. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

SYDNEY. ETTERSIIANS EAGLESTONE AND CO.'S REPORT. - SYDNEY, 1st April. 'at Cattle: Owirng to the holidays andthe races the number offered during the week has been limited and.princlpally of a medium description. Sales'were well [atterded, and passed off with spirit. 'Piices, taking quality into consideration, were slightly in advance of last week's rates. Mediunm quality pens realised fully 20s per 100 lb.-Fat Sheep: The lots now coming to hand are, with few exceptionr, of in ferior quality. Good to prime are scarce and in de menad at andranced riates, whilst other descriptions are dull of sale at late. quotations.-Stole'Stock: The drought has at last, we have every reason to believe, broken up, cheering reports of steady downpours in variovs districts lately suffering severely from want of water are to hand.' This welcome news will no doubt create activity, and we hope soon to be able'to report important 'operations,' The demand. for first-class lots both sheep and cattle, is on the...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDEiNTS. lY MIARK TWAIN. s M?onAL STATISTIILAN." - I don't want any of your statistics. I took your whole batch and lit my pipe with it. I hate your kind of people. You are always ciphering out how much a man's health is injured, and how much his intellect is impaired, and how many pitiful dollars and cents he wastes in the course of ninety-two years' indulgence in the fatal practice of smoking; and the equally fatal practice of drinking coffee ; and in .playing billiards occasionally; and in taking a glass of wine at dinner, &c., &c., &c. And you are always figuring how many women have been burned to death because of the dangerous fashion of wearing expansive hoops, &c., &c., &c. You never see more than one side of the question. You are blind to the fact that most old men in America smoke and drink coffee, although, according to your theory, they ought to have died young; and that hearty old English men drink wine a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

Sra idwos QTEANB3EYAN.i ACCORDING to previous announcement the undeirsiged has commenced from this date (March 29th) to ; SELL OFF AT COST PRICE FOR ONE MONTH ONLY, THE WHOLE OF HIS WELL - ASSORTED STOCK, To make room for Winter Goods. viz.:-- rint pickles, Od Bottled fruits, is Salad oil, Gd and Od Sardines, 8d; Is for large sizes • Colman's starch, Gd Colman's blue, is 3d : SRaspberry Jams,.ls ld .. , Hobart Town ditto, 10d ;3loose ipricot jam, 10 Fresh herrings, oysters, and lobsters, is?; Assorted sauces, '10d . Yarmouth driedherriugsi2s per tin Colman's mustard; is-3d per lb: =, : Soap, Is per bar Best Kaison congou, 2s per lb.' Good black tea, is 9d .,,- t. Maizena, 10 per packet Washing soda, 3d per lb Sperm candles, is and 1s 2d - Tallow ditto, 6Jd Currants, 'id Raisins, 8d Candle cotton, 2s 6d per lb + , -Assorted nails, 4d. ,,;Ciq f Hurdle nails, Gd , Our best coloniai.,saddle.ri'educed fromin£4 10s to £3io lOS _. Colonial stock: saddles, redruced?fromb 75s 'to 6Os -::` - ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

S G4att and BJiti~tit ejqwsi. OCRIcKET.--The match' Goulburn v. Gin inderra terminated on Wednesday in a' vic tory. for Goulburn with six wickets to spare. The return match is to be played at Ginin derra on the Queen's birthday. The follow-, ing 'is the scoire of the "game played here last Saturday 'between "Bungendore and Queanbeyan . QUEANnnEAN.-1st innings. Blair b Marsden ...........:........... 25 Spratt 1 b w ...... Thompson c Donnelly ................. 22 Byrnes c Fargo ........................ 0 Faunce b Donnelly .................... 18 Kinsela b Donnelly....................; 4 Cooke b Marsden ..................... 2 Smallhorn not out.......:.............. 0 C. Byrne b Donnelly .................... 7 Young b Marsden ..................... 1 Bobby;b Donnelly ................... 3 Byes 21, wides 5 ...'.............. 26 Total ...' 108 1st innings. 2nd innings Doyle c Cooke .......... . 0 b Faunce ......... 0 Donnelly b Faunce ..... 12 b Falince ......... 0 Faige, run out ..........

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

S0 oLottil 15tr114tf 5S. i TiE PROROGeUED PA1tL,1IAMENT.-At the a usual hour yesterday (Thursday) afternoon, a number of the members of Parliament were seen wending their way to the House, in carriages, cabs, and Shanks's nag.. The news that their occupation' wasgone for an r uncertainm number ofrmonths, reached some of them for the first time, on their arrival at the verandah of the House;-when amid t mutual compliments, allusions. were made of the dinner of the previous night, as a- com ' passionate preparation for this dose, and to' the, "'first of April" as an appropriate day { for such a surprise.--E=mpire.' . :" To WHAT 1BASI USES MAY WE COME AT SLAST ? "-About twelve or eighteen;imniths back a Chinaman set up in main-street as the keeper of a joss house. The establish.. f ment'.was fitted, up with curious papers, miystic symbols, and a number of dropeical f little gods. The priest combined' with his Sreligious duties a little conjusing, fortune 1 telling and a 'dcal of gambli...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY—MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUerDAY-MA-an 30. IN the Legislative Council, Mr. Owen, in a speech of very considerable length, moved the .House into committee of the whole, for the consideration of the Small-pox Pre vention Bill. Mr. Towns supported the motion; and Mr. Doas Thomson, while supporting the bill, insisted on the right of the Council to make the amendments which were deemed essential, and if the bill was lost through their amendments, the Counoil would not be responsible. Mr. Hay, taking the opportunity afforded him by the general way in which the member representing the government had dealt with the subject, pointed out that this colony was almost alone without a general law for sanitary purposes; and so in this as n other matters, they were called on in an emer gency to adopt provisions which they had no time to consider. He objected to measures being pressed on them in the way this had been. Mr. Richardson thought it desirable to pass the bill, even if they sat to a ...

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The Age. THURSDAY, APRIL 8th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

THIURSDAY, APRIL 8th; 1869. Tun statistics of crime have of late years been alarmingly increasing, and though we have had; many fearful examples set of the ignominious pun ishment that awaits crime on detec tion, still these examples seem to have no effect upon those whoare bent.on pursuing a career of unmitigated vice.. It is but a few weeks since .another bank manager was convicted'of em bezzleme?t, adding ;:another :to" the long list of' convicted defaulters who held public ad official. situations of importance and trust. :To trace the cause pf this is easy .enough.'- Not satisfied with 'the' receipt .of :a agood salary, and living extravagn:tl/y, thiey tamper with their trust, give expen sive entertainments, embark in specti lations, and enter upon ganbling pur suits, ini order" to maintain their.ex pensive :habits and. support appear ances ' We do not believe that at the time' the first inroad is' iade upon the property of ,others, "there is entertained the:remotest intention o...

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TWO SUNDAYS IN ONE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

TWO SUNDAYS IN ONE WEEK. (Fromn the Sydney Irail.) THEm day after we left Wellington was Thursday, and the day after that was Thurs day, so that we had two Thursdays in one week. Now, we have heard people talk of what they would do when there were two Sundays in one week, as though such a thing was impossible; but it is not nearly so impossible as it looks, and you are just as likely to have two Sundays in one week as we were to have two Thursdays. Captain Sim told us an amusing account of a lady who went home with him and was very religious. On their journey it became necessary that they should have two Sundays, and at the close of the first Sabbath he told her that the next day would be Sabbath also; she could not believe him, and when he came on deck next morning she was busily engaged upon a piece of embroidery. He remarked how much he was surprised that she should be so employed upon the Sabbath; but still she thought he was jok ing, until eleven o'clock, when, as usual, they h...

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THE PROPERTY OF MARRIED WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 April 1869

THE PROPERTY OF MARRIED WOMEN. (From thse PWestminter Revieto.) IN the report of the personal Laws Com mittee of the Law Amendment Society, on the law relating to the property of married women, we are given the following summary of the principal discordances in the provisions of the common law and of equity : COnMMON LAW. EQUITY. "1. By the common "1. Every kind of law, the wife has no pro- property, including es perty of her own; her tates in fee simple and personal estateabsolutely, chattels personal, may be and her real estate, during subject to a trust for the coverture, are her hus- wife's separate use, which band's." - Per Lord will be supported in Mansfield. equity. She may dispose of such property as if she were a fcnemme solo. She may dispose of her savings as of the princi pal." "2. By the common "2. Equity allows a law, the wife has no sepa- married woman to sue rate power of contract- wherever she has a clear ing: she can neither sue right. She may even nor be sued."-Per...

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