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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
MEXICO.. :The corresbondent of the Times, writing from New York-on May 4, has the following with 'reference to .the state of affairs in Mexico and the probable fate of the Emperor Maximilian :-The news we have received here during the last few. days extinguishes the last hope of the friends of Maximilian. The ill faated empire set up by Napoleon has ended in blood and massacre. American sensitiveness to the estab lishment;of a foreign dominion on this continent does no~t'prevent the people from sympathising with the unfortunate Austrian prince in the calamities which have 'fovertaken him. His wife, it is said, is suffering the "worst of human afflictions, and the Emperor himself, refusing to the' last to desert the,;post in which :he was placed, is a fugitive among a .hostile people. The efforts of the United States, government to save him have either beer~ disregarded or .circumstances have rendered them fruitless. Maximilian's courage and resolution have already caused a revulsion...
THE NEWS BY THE BOMBAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
THE -NEWS BY THE BOMBAY. THEi P. and O. Company's mail steamer Bombay, with: the English mails to May 26th, arrived in Sydney late on Friday night. We give from our files the following particulars of the news, previously abridged in our telegrams. The Bombay, though making a longer trip from Melbourne than had been expected, still arrived about five days before her time, as she was not due in Sydney until Wednesday next, the 17th July. (~rora the Home Newos.) We have not done much more with the Reform Bill since the last mail went out, and yet we have raised an important issue, and have heard two very reimarkable speeches. In the leading article in our last, reference was made to the issue in quesstion. The difficulty of dealing with the compound house holder:as he is inaccurately called, was then sup posed to have been done away by the government's acceptance of the proposal to abolish the system under which he exists. Days went on, and it was not until the end of the week that we ...
HOUSE OF COMMONS. HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION (IRELAND) ACT CONTINUANCE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
HO'USE OF COMMONS. AiBEAS cORPUS' SUSPENSION '(IRELAND) ?ACT CON - TINUANCE :BILL. Lord Naas (May 21) moved for leave to bring in a' bill to renew for a limited period the Habeas Corpus Suspension (Ireland) Act." The existence of the act, he stated, had enabled government to take precau tions which had rendered the recent attempt at in surrection in Ireland of no avail. The insurrection lasted only a few hours; and one reason, probably, was that when it broke out it was found that many of those who had been intended to be the leaders were in prison. At present Ireland was tranquil; but there were indications which rendered it unsafe to discontinue precautions, and he therefore proposed to continue the Suspension Act till the 1st of March next.. The last arrest was made on\ 23rd of April, and the-total number of arrests under the act was nine huridred and sixty-one, of whom seven hundred and seventy-eight had been released. Mr. Maguire said he 'hoped the second reading would be taken...
HOUSE OF LORDS. THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
HOUSE OF LORDS. THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. The Earl of Derby (Mlfay 21) stated, in reply tf Earl Russell, that the proposals made to the American government for a settlement of the.points in dispute between the two governments had not come to any definite result. The American govern ment demanded that the whole of the correspondence between the two governments should be referred to. arbitration, which her Majesty's goverhment could not consent to; but the.negotiations were going on in a spirit which promised a satisfactory settlement of the question.
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of the week. Day of Sun Sun Moon's month rises. sets. age. Friday... ...... 19 7 0' 5 0 17 Saturday...... 20 6 59 5 1 18 Sunday* ... ... 21 6 59 5 1 19 Monday... ... 22 6 58 5 2 20 Tuesday ..2.... 23 6 57 5 8 21 Wednesday' .. 24 6 56 5 4 22' Thursday .. 25 6 56' 65 4 23 *[Fifth: Sunday after Trinity.] Moon's phase.-Last Quarter, Thursday, 25th, 0"-37 a.m.
THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
THE . FENIAN CONSPIRACY. The court of appeal delivered juhdgment, on May 18, in the case of Stephen J. Meany, convicted of treason-felony. No overt act was proved against him in the county of the city of Dublin, in which he was tried, or anywhere else in the kingdom, and a question had been reserved as to whether' the con viction .was good under the circumstances. All the judges sat, with the exception of Mr. Justice Morris. Mr. Justice George, Baron Deasy, Mr. Justice Fitz gerald, Baron Hughes, Chief-justice Monahan, and the Chief-justice of the Queen's Bench were for up holding the conviction. Mr. Justice O'Hagan, Baron Fitzgerald, Mr. Justice O'Brien, Mr.' Justice Keogh, and the Chief-Baron Pigott, decided in favour of the prisoner. The conviction, therefore, is affirmed by a majority of one. The points reserved in the case of Captain John Mc Cafferty have also been overruled, and -on May 20 he was sentenced to death by Mr. Justice Fitz gerald. The prisoner said he was found guil...
QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producer and Purchaser. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
, QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. : iBetween Producer and Purc7aser. ---o Wheat, busbel ... 0 4 0to £0 4 6 Flour .ton ... 0 14 0 0 ]'6 0 "Bran, ,,bushel . .. O 1 0. '.0 0 0 Maize ,, ... ? 0 0 5 6 Barley ,, ... .O 8 0. 0 Oats ,, 0. O 0 0 0 0 Hay, 1, ton :,.: 3 0 0 310 0 Butter, lb:: .0 1 0 0 1 8 -Cheese, ,. , .. 0 . 0 : 0- 0 0 Bacon, ,, ..: 0 0 9 0 0 0 tgges ?do 0... 1 0. 0 1 0 Potatoees, cwt. 0 5 :0 0 0 0
COMMERCIAL. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser: not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available—generally from the local papers; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
COMIIMER CIAL. rUnless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available-generally from the local papers; but it must be understood that this journal is not answer. able for their correctness.) BRAIDWOOD I'KIlOFi (4uaKENT.-Fine flour, £16 per ton; se conds, £15 per ton; wheat, best samples. 5s. to 6s. per bushel; bran, Is. 6d. per bushel; maize, 4s. 6d. to 5s. per bushel; oats, 3s. to 3s. 6d. per bushel; barley, 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel; potatoes, £5 per ton; hay, oaten, £& 10s. per ton; cheese, prime, 6d. to 7d. per lb.; bacon, 8d. to Syd. per lb.; butter, fresh, 9d. to is. per lb. ; ditto, salt, 9d. per lb.; eggs, Is. to is. 3d. per dozen; fat cattle, 19s. to 20s. per 100 lb. BuRRaN1 oNo Pacs COURRENT.--Flour, fine, £13 to £14 per ton; oats, 4s. to 5s. per bushel; maiz...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
A. J. WATT & Co.'s PATENT MEDICINES, WORM LOZENGES, which have entirely superseded the use of Worm Powders Now on sale at the "AGE" office, Queanbeyan. "T ASTE PAPER, suitable for shop.. S•V keepers, constantly on sale in any quantities, ,at the Age oflice. WORMY LOZENGES. TUST ARRIVED, and now on sale, at U the Age office, Queanbeyan. A WARNIN C! !! D O you suffer from physical incapacity? Are you suffering from nervous debili ty ? Have you been the guilty victim of 'any secret vice? Do you suffer from a :set of `symptoms nearly akin more or less to the fol lowing :-A pretty fair condition of health, not yet positively ill, but a' feling "upon you that you are nbt quite right; 'amalaise ; :a tendency to despondency' =a sligbt occasional: loss of memory; sometimes a weakness across the small of the back and loins; on waking a :feeling as if unrefreshed ; a general depres sion; a want of, pluck, as it were; less desire for business than formerly, and you are trou-. bled with ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
Holloway's Pills are undeniably the finest.medi "cine in the world, for billiousness and indigestionm In all cases of deranged stomach,. determination of blood to the head, bile,. sick headache, liver and stomach complaints, there is no medicine known that will give such immediate relief as these re nowned Pills; young and old, rich and poor, patro nise them, and so- many cures are effected by their use, that their praise is sounded from the torrid to the frigid zone;. in truth persons who travel, consider them a necessary requisite. In sultry -weather or warm climates or in India, the blood becomes over heated,. the liver torpid, the skin covered with prickly heat and the whole system languid and exhausted. Nothing, so soon gives relief as Holloway's Pills. ODD IFE LLOWS' HALL. THIS EVENING (FRIDAY). B EGS to inform the inhabitants of :Quean beyan that he will THIS EVENING; give one of his popular Entertainments, enti tied-- Magic, Music, Ventriloquism, AND- :AN. HOUR WITH THE CHRI...
WOMANHOOD SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
WO MANHOOD SUFFRAGE. SCENE.---The Progressive Institute. A Conversazione. Professor Podgers. Dr Harriet Brown. Professor Podgers. Let me offer you a cigar. Dr. Harriet Brown. Thank you, no I &nbsp; prefer a short pipe. (Produces one .. and lights it. They smoke.) Prof. What weather we have had. &nbsp; Dr H. And what debates. Prof. When shall we have an atmos- pheric reform ? &nbsp; Dr H. Before we get reform in parlia ment. Prof. When will that be? Dr H. Not yet a while. We shall get no reform worthy of the name this session. Prof. Why ? Dr. H. The House will reject Mr. Mill's amendment. Prof. And you will remain unenfran- chised. Dr H. As long as we do there will be &nbsp; no real representation of the people, and to call the Reform Bill the Representation of the People Bill will be absurd. The people consist of women as well as men. Women are half of the people. If they are unre- presented, the people can be but half repre- sented. &nbsp; Pr...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ACCIDENT TO MR McPHAIL.-On Sunday last, &nbsp; Mr T. McPhail [father of Mr McPhail, of the Public School, Queanbeyan] Honeysuckle Point, met with an accident which it is exceedingly fortunate considering Mr McPhail's weight and age-did not terminate fatally. The accident happened it appears as Mr McPhail was coming into town on horse- back to church. He was riding quietly along with a quantity of tracts in his hand for distribution, and when opposite to Mr Jones's cottage he heard the sound of horses and horsemen on the road behind him. The horses were galloping at a rapid rate of speed, and were being urged on by whip and spur. As soon as they got up to Mr McPhail, his horse swerved on one side and one of the horses of the men running against him, he was unseated, and fell heavily to the ground where he lay for some time. He was at length lifted up by some of the people living near the spot and conveyed to his own house. Several of Mr Mc...
BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
BUNGENDURE. THE following is from a correspondent to the Braid- wood Dispatch. A large and influential meeting was held at Mr John Williams's, the Bungendore Inn, on Saturday evening, the 6th July, held in consequence of the meeting advertised to take place at Braidwood on the 8th relative to the road between Braidwood and Goulburn and Braidwood and Marulan, also a bridge over the Shoalhaven River. All the leading business men connected with Bungeudore attended and it was decided that any bridge or road that would be constructed other than the telegraph line of road would be highly injurious to all the residents north-west of Braidwood, including Bungendore, Gundaroo,Yass, Collector,. and Lake George dis- tricts. The first proposition was proposed by N. S. Powell, Esq. N. S. Powell, Esq., J.P., proposed that W. J. Menzies, J. P. take the chair. Seconded by J. B. Burk and carried unani- mously. Mr Menzies read the advertisement in the Braid- wood Dispatch, praying J. W. Bunn, J. P., ...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
FRA NCE. The manufactory of La Buire issaid to have just received notice to prepare ito execute orders for Chassepot rifles. Not less than.' one hundred thousand of. those arms will, it is said, be required from that establishment. Several: firms of this city are engaged in preparing the'necessary machinery. The manufacturers at St. Etienne are also occupied in the execution of similar orders. During:the last three months they have sent to Lyons for several hundreds of ,gunsmiths, forgemen, and others to increase the number of hands employed. Four out of the half-score of royal personages who have been recently honoring Paris with their com ,pany, have taken their departure from Paris, which is just now attracting crowned heads from all parts of the compass. The:Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh left on May 19th, and Prince Oscar of Sweden and the Queen of Portugal a few days after wards. The King and Queen of the Belgians remain for a few days longer. The Paris papers made ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT. Before A. Levy, Esq.. J.P. and C.E. Newcomba, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; POLICE COURT. Before A. Levy, Esq.. J.P. and C. E. Newcombe, Esq., P.M. &nbsp; FORIBLY ENTERING INTO POSSESSION. - Thomas Beatty was brought up before the Bench on Tuesday last charged with forcibly entering into possession of certain property belonging to Dr. Andrew Morton, Queanbeyan. The case was incomplete owing to the absence of important witnesses, and stands ad- jurned till Tuesday next. The prisoner was admitted to bail in his own recognizances to appear on the re- hearing of the case (Tuesday). We withhold details until the case is completed. FIRE INSURANCE.-A circular, of which the fol- lowing is a copy, has been addressed to several gen- tlemen including ourselves :-Goulburn, 1st July, 1867. The combination of the fire insurance com- panies in Sydney to exact largely increased rates of premium (obviously for the purpose of covering their losses by recent disastrous fires in the metropolis) has occasioned much discussion in this l...
The Queanbeyan Age FRIDAY, JULY 19th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
FRIDA Y, JULY 19th, 1867. Wa have frequently had the pleasing task of wreathing laurels to crown parlia mentary orators, in honour of the elo quence they have poured forth before the Legislative Assembly, in upholding the cause of freedom, or endeavouring to break the manacles of despotism, or loosen the galling chains of the oppressed. But there are occasions, and we are thankful to know they are very few and very far between, when we have to show up to a well discerning public, the trashy twaddle of some one or other of honourable mem. hers, with, a hope, that, by so blazing abroad their small-talk, we may teach such ones that " a still tongue makes a wise head." It is frequently the province of a reporter to make a good speech for a bad speaker, or correct any little lapsusi linguae that occasionally protrudes in the heat of a debate, when the speaker has waxed extra warm with the subject under discussion, or has not sufficiently arranged his words before he launches them forth t...