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THE USE AND ABUSE OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
js THE tSE AND ABUSE OF TOBACCO. n . 'BY sIR BENJAMIN BRODIE, DARTil. r,, ILAVrIo': been~applied to some time since to e join in a petition. to. the 'House, of Commons, rn that they .would : appoint. a committee , to s, inquire into the effects ;produced by the pre n vailing habit: of tobacco-smoking, .I declined t, to 'do 's, irst, becaus'e it..did ,not appear-to ir Bme that' suchi a : committee :would . be very in competent:to discuss a question of this kind; id and secondly, because, even if they were so, t. I did not' see that it:would be possible for If, parliament, to .follow. up by any act of legisla e tion, the conclusions 'at which they might ie have-arrived. Nevertheless, I am ready to it admit thiet! th..s'ubject .is one of no trifling r- importance, and--well worthy the serious con d :sideratiori-of anyone who takes an interest in le the present and future'well-being.of society. d From these considerations it 'is "that I; now . venture to. addie~es' to. yoU. the;. follow...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
GOVERNMIiNT NOTICE, No. 23, 1860. His Excellenoy the Lieutonant.Govorinor directs it to be notified that two vessels have arrived in the harbour of Port Natal from Australia, convoying a number of: passengers, who have informed certain officers of this government, atDurban, that they have come to Natal under a misapprehension, which is widely spread in Australia, that what are there termed payable gold-fields exist either in Natal or the country of the Chief Moselikatse, at a distance of eight hundred miles in the interior of Africa, and beyond the territories of the Transvaal, or South African republic. The Lieutenant-Governor therefore deems it ad visable to inform the public generally, both in Natal and elsewhere, that this government is not in pos session of evidence of the existence of gold in remnunerative quantities either in Natal or in the territories referred to, although auriferous spots have been discovered in both. The Lieutenant-Governor deems it expedient also to caut...
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
S.-JAPAN. .;i ' . . The foreign ministers' have formally with drawn their nelitrality proclamation, :and announced .that the war has terminated.. Thehpunishments inflicted during the rebel lion of the Daimios are madei public. Aidzee is condemned to perpettual' imprison ment, and all hid territory is confiscated.. An expeditthh has been carefully and rapidly prepared to take the field against the' exile kevais a~p soon as the' weather will allow campaigning to be carried on. The Stonewall has been given up to the Japanese. p?A' erpecution. of Christians is taking1 place at',Gotto. 1Three hundred men were, arrested .aid placed in confinement, and' news h'as' been reoeived of the murder of the Japaneseo Governor. ,The P. M. 8. S. Co.'s ship Herman was totally lost. with four hundred lives.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
M! oney is in active demand, and discount is unchanged, but with an. advancing tend ency. Consols, 93. Foreign stocks dealt in largely. Australian securities steady,' and mostly at advanced rates. Total exports to Victoria during the month amounted to £406,953; increase, £48,471. To Sydney, £359,966 ; increase, £13,687. WOOL REPORT. - The first series of colonial wool sales commenced on the 25th of February, the first day's catalogue compris ing 5580 bales. There was a good attend ance of the home and foreign trade; .but the biddings were not animated. Port Phillip and Adelaide sorts ruled in favour of buyers, perhaps to the extent of id. per lb. Capes showed little alteration. Sydney and .New Zealand were offered in too little quantities to present a fair criterion. Total arrivals for the sales, 117,340 bales. COLONAL, SEcURITIEr. - Victorian. sixes, January and July, 112j; ditto, April and October, 112,-. New South Wales, 5 per cents., 1871-78, January and July,. 100; ditto 5 per ...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
AMERICA. The New York papers publish the full -text of the treaty on the settlement of the Alabama claims, signed in London on: Jan nary 14th by Lord Olarendon and Reverdy Johnson. SIii 'Grant's responso to 'the formal notifi eation "of his election to the presidency, he declared he would faithfully carry out the -rules. of office, and call' around him men who will earnestly carry out principles of economy and honesty, adding, however, that he declined to announce the names of the members of his, cabinet until their:nomina tion had been sent'to the Senate.: . Gold, 1'32#, `liighest 133r, lowest ;1321 sterling.'' . r :.
BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
BELGIU1. A' feeling of :temporary irritability, has :arisen, between the-Frenoh".and :Belgium press. It appears .the FroeiiohEiastern ail way wanted to purchase :the Luxemburg line, with the view, it: is said by the sup porters of. the transfer, to increase the comrn n~erce between the two countries; but the Belgian chambers, at the instigation of the ministry, passed a vote prohibiting the rail ways of the country from being transferred to foreign companies. It is alleged this de cision is based on the fact that the purchase will nullify the London convention, whereby Dutch Luxemburg is neutralised, because the eastern lines of France connect the great fortresses and arsenals of Paris on the one hand and Brussels on the other. In other words, Belgium feared she would be swal lowed up by her big neighbour. The affair is substantially composed, as the Belgian government carried their point.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
h INDIA. Fresh` taxation is proposed.:: An: income tax is to be leviqcon all incomes over £50 per annum; the~roceeds are estimated: at £900,000. `;A -loan of fie millions is to be raiseed partly in Englan'd. : Grain is lower. The government is engaged in relieving distress. 'The viceroy will not leave for Simla till the end of March, and the.probable meet ing between his, Excellency and Shan Ali _Khai will take place on the 25th March.
MEMS. ABOUT GUNDAROO. (LETER No. SEKUND) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
MEMS. ABOUT GUNDAROO..l (LETER No. SEKUND ) MISTER IIEDITUn,--Biug as u that rite to publish my last leter I gust that has i like to so mi riting in the Hlag i wood send u~a mother leter ime not like my cozen in goleL born alwas hintin aboat chex won i- rite-: i rite fur the good off the publik althow mister Heditur u hav not pade me fur the lasth bar tikel that is betwen u & i the publik shant no enny think aboat that wy shud thay my Cozen wood make us bleeve that He travvles in cognetow and kips a man u hensiss. i spose He meens a man to doo is ritin a clark dont you bleeve im mister Heditur hits awl . Bunk um Hoe a nither a man u hensiss nur a hin cognee tow if he kan rase a old hoss thats awl He kan do bekaws i mind im in the old kontre and he nevver cold rase enny think but a fite He bein the 17 & yongest. sonn not. havin mutch Branes is deer Pappa and mama thot thay wood make a Parson off im & wiod av dun so onlee He rued awa from Hom wien he waz Yong w...
SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
SYDNEY. Tuesday afternoon.:, His Excellency the Governor and the Co lonial Secretary intend to leave for the Hunter to-morrow evening to attend the Agricultural Show..: iIt is reported that Mr Garrett, police ma gistrate of Bourke, and Mr Marsh, police Magistrate :of Wellington, will succeed-Mr, ,Palmer of Bathurst, and Mr Day ot Maitland who are about to retire under the Provisions of the Superanuations Act. / Rutherford, the bushranger bailed up and; robbed two Public Houses in the ramworthi district: The farewell dtnner to Mr Moore this even ing will probably be numerously attended. According to Reuters telegram dated"Lon-; don, March' 19ih, wvool declined only three-; balt-pence per pound. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPIL? Wednesday afternoon. TuHE Victorians have won the cricket match by one wicket. Wills not out. About two hundred persons attended the farewell: dinner given to the mayor of Syd ney prior to his departnre for England.
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
Ohoaonial xftrntts. A NxIC SORTF or PAMILY.-On Wed nesday last a youth who looked much older than his years, named Valentine Maher was brought before the the bench of magistrates here and committed to take his trial for stealing a saddle and bridle, left by its owner a:person working on the road to Gunning, planted under a case at the back of an un occupied hut. The voice and demeanour of prisoner was such as to raise a presumption that he belonged to the 'Charles Bates' class so well described by Dickens in Oliver Twist and on making inquiry into his connexions we found that his family history was some what tainted with crime. His relatives were formerly residents of Collector, and removed afterwards to Brcabalbane Plains. One of his brothers became celebrated by having, soon after his marriage tied his wife up and set fire to her, a sort of auto.da-fe not per mitted under British rule, and in order to make him sensible of the fact he was tried at the Goulburn Circuit Court and rec...
The Age. THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1869. "WILL THE COMING MAN DRINK WINE?" TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1809. .,'WILL THE COMING MAN DRINK WVINEB " TO THE EDITOR. Sm,---Allow me a few desultory remarks relative to this matter. There is no study that acquires greater interest that the study of "the many peculiarities under which the results of vitality are made cognoscent to our senses; and although we cannot go very far in analysing the combinations which sustain animal life, still we can take a peep at some of them, a id inferences will sug gest themselves which, if not accurately true, nevertheless border upon truth. Bou- ' singault, when making experiments upon the value of different kinds of food to sus tain animal life, at his farm at Alsace, admits that although chemistry in some instances aids in elucidating results, still in others deductions based upon it are altogether valueless. He observes that -in a man weighing in a normal state of health -154th there 7T1b of mineral matter, consisting of phosphate of:lime, 51b 15 ozs.; carbonate of lime, ltbi; salt...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
, ,, AUSTRIA. SignorCalegari, -confidential agent ofi the Italian government; is at _present-by order of the Italian minister :of finance-nego tiating the conclusion of an important finan cial operation on the security of the ecolesi astical property. In the lower House of Reichsrath the GermanR-ustria convention is adopted.
GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
-GOULBURN. F. S. COREN AND CO's REPORT.: Fat Cattle : Anythingj prime' arid:'ripe'is:eagerly purchased .bysthe trade at what may be considered outside prices. We should therefore advise' piirties h.aving -really:.good cattle to take advantage of the. present rise in the market, aa we doubt whether beeft will rule any higher that it is ust now, 22s , '100 ,lb. We quote best'bullocks'£G to £7: medium to good, £4 15s to £5 £l10.-Store Cattle : No sales to report this week, but have to notea decided im provement in this market on account of the'late fa -vourrblo rains having given a prospect of an abun -dance of feed for the winter. Quotations: All bul locks 60s to 65s, equal sexes, 50s to to 55s.-Fat Sheep:'There is a'demand for prime weighty wethers for the Sydney market. We have buyers for really good sheep, and can quote 60 lb wethers as worth 9s lighter ?weights in proportion.-Store Sheep: We have enquiries for large-tramed wethers for fattening purposes, which we can quote at 4s 9...
GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
GENERAL SUMMARYI. - The Queen's return to Windsor 'has been postponed in consequence of the illness of Prince Loopold. The Prince and Princess of Wales are in Upper Egypt. On their return they will visit Constantinople and Athens.. The report of the judges on the election trials, together with-the detailed evidence, has been laid before parliament. Colonel Henderson, formerly of Western` Australia, has been appointed chief-com missioner of the metropolitan police. Two Admiralty officials have been com mitted for trial on a charge of conspiracy' to extort money from persons tendering for the supply of timber. Acting under the direc tion of the authorities, Mr. Maxwell paid them £30, whereupon the officials were ar rested. Robert Hartwell, the working man's can didate for Stoke, has gone into the Bank ruptoy court. The Central Asian question is exciting serious attention, as the rapid advance of Russia towards the north-western frontier of India arouses alarm. The Times suggests immed...
THE NATAL GOLD-FIELDS. THE following correspondence from the government of Natal appeared in Tuesday's Gazette:— Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th April, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
THE NATAL GOLD-FIELDS:. Tari following correspondence from the government `of: Natal appeared in Tuesday's GaZette': Colonial Secretary's Offile, Sydney, 13th April, 1869. His Excellency the Governor directs the publioa tion, for general information, of the following des patch from his Excelloncy Robert W. Keate, Lieutenant-Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Natal, rolative to representations made by private individulesl of the discovery of gold in a portion of. South Afrion, lying beyond the confines of British territory, together with a notice published by the Natal government on the subject. JouN Ronn?rsoN. Government House, Natal,:12th February, 1809. My Lord,-T-he newspaper press of this colony has for some time past given curroenoy to representa tions made by private individuals, of the discovery *of gold in a portion of South Africa, lying beyond the confines of British territory. The uneoxpeooted arrival in-Port Natal of vessels from Melbourne and from Sydney, bringing a num...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
VIOTORIA. ... AT the dinner in connexion with the annual celebration of the Melbourne university, Mr. Wrixon, M.L.A., in proposing the toast of " the Press," said he considered there was something peculiarly' appropriate in doing honour to the press at the great annual festivity of the university; for not alone were they two fellow-workers in the great cause of progress and enlightenment, but there existed between them a closer affinity than a casual observation would suggest. Each, in addi tion to its primary duty, had a secondary and a higher one, in discharging which they were brought into close alliance. The primary duty of the university was to teoach; and having been one of its students himself, he could bear willing testimony to the admirable manner lini vwpiacl it discharged that duty. But. beside this :and behind- this lay another great purpose of this instittitioi, namely, to maintain in our country a high standard of learning-to bear aloft, as it were, the ark of knowledg...
PROGRESS OF LIBERALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 April 1869
PROGRESS OF ??LIBER?BIS?[. (From the Yass Courier.) - Tau English mail brought the intelligence of the death of Ernest Jones. With many f persons in this colony the event will recall to memory an epoch in the history of the B last twenty-five years, which, by comparing r it with the present state of politics, cannot fail to awaken a more than usual interest. Chartism is no longer a recognised principle of political life; it has .merged into acts that have ceased to be designated by that name. It is, however, under another nomenclature, an active agent in the work ing out of domestic government. Ernest Jones was the representative man of opinions which were, in his time of political activity, regarded as dangerously revolutionary by those who feared that change was synony mous with destruction. The charter and its six points, universal suffrage, vote by ballot, annual parliaments, payment of members, the abolition of property qualification, and equal electoral districts, was looked u...