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THE YORKSHIRE WOOL TRADE. Leeds, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

TIHE YORKSHIRE WOOL TRADE. Leeds, November 29. The report-of the wool trade from week to week has not materially varied for several months. The demand is devoid of al. speculation, and, the fall of prices, combined with the small demand for yarns and pieces, discourages any large purchases. Any iim provement this year can hardly he expected. Colonial wool is selling slowly in this market, andd nmost kinds are lower, but especially inferior sorts. Importers are losers, and it is extremely doubtful that the next imports will be bought sufficiently low to correspond with the range of prices during the present London sales.

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AT THE WEATHERBOARD WATERFALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

TIHE )DUKE OF EDIN.IIURiGI AT. THE WEATHERBOARD WATER- FALLS. (From tim nmipire.) Yesterday, HI.R.H. the Duke of Edin.. burgh and a select party. visited the water falls at the Weatherboard, on the Blue Mountains, a distance of sixty-two miles friom Sydney. The route thithcr was by the Western Railway. The locality of the waterfalls is one of the most interesting in New South Wales. The party consisted of the Bishop of Sydney, the Bishop of Goul burn, the Earl of Belmore, the Hon. James Martin, Q.C. (Premier) ; the Hon. Henry Parkes, Colonial Secretary.; the Hon. J. Bowie Wilson, Secretary for Lands; the lion. Janies Byrnes, Minister for Works; the i-Ion. J. Docker, Postmaster. General ; the Hon. T. A. Murray, President of the Legislative Council; Dr. Badham, professor of classics, Sydney University; Commodore Lambert,. Colonel Waddy, C.B.; Lord Newry, the HIon. Eliot Yorke, Mr. Briefly; the .Hon. George Allen, M.L.C. ; Sir William Macarthur, M.L.C..; :the Hon. W. Byrnes, M.L.C. ; C...

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WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

WOOL REPORT. Messrs. Buxton and Hunter's Prices Current of the 30th November, states: The public sales of colonial wool which commenced on November 14, have thus far proceeded without material change upon the opening rates. The ifollowing quantities have passed the hammer :-Sydney, 11,37 . bales; Port Phillip, 39:25 bales; Van Dieman's.Laud, 976 bales; Adelaide, 1903 bales; New Zealand, 9112 bales; Cape, 26,015 bales; total, 58,701 bales. Of these, perhaps, 4800 bales have been with drawn. Capes have receded from 14. to 2d. per lb., -the faulty and short descrip tions being hardly saleable even at this re duction." Sydneys have surffred fully to the same extent, the greatest fall being upon low and faulty fleece wools, many parcels of which could hardly be placed at all. Good scoured ivools, on the other liand, have been sought after, and lMtye sold comparatively well. The suppl)y of Port Phillip wools being small at this seac son, it had been hoped that prices would have been toler...

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THE MARKETS. [Unless otherwise expressed, the preces quoted in this articles are those in iransactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and other, 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.] BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

THE MARKETS. Unless otherwises expressed, the preces quoted in this artio .those in transactions between the p'ducind the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the P' retail prices. The ratgs quoted are gathered from the best sources available-generallyfrom the local papers; but it mu' t be understood that this journal is rot answerable for their correctness.J BERRIMA. :Flour, £22 per ton: seconds, £20 per'ton Bran, Is 3d per bushel Wheat, scarce, not quoted .Oats, 4s. per bushel Barley, scarce, not quoted Maize, 4s 6d per bushel Hay, £4 to £4 65s per. ton Potatoes, 12s per cwt. Butter, 10d per lb. Bacon, 7d to 8d per lb. sCheese, 5d to 6d per lb. Eggs, Is per dozen Fat Cattle, £8 to £3 10s per head Sheep, 8s to 9s per head Pigs, 4d per lb. Beef, fresh, retail, 3d per lb. M.utton, retail, 2d to 2jd per lb, ..............·- -R.AT1VWOOD...... ...... ,Flour, fine, £18 per ton; secjnds, £10 Wheat, Os per bushel Bread, 4d to 5d the 2-lb. loaf Bran, is 3d per b...

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The Age. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

SA? TU1RD 1Y, FEiUARlY 81, 1868. AFTrr all the vindictive languagec that had been used in the Assefhbly 'betweec the Government supporters and those of the Opposition, it was to us a little sur prising that a treaty should have been made even at the eleventh hour; yet it was quite necessary, to save the country from a deal of harrassment and much in convenience, the more especially upon the occasion of the visit of II.R.H. the DUKE of EDrxnun?ah. We .nare not in clined to find so much fault with the MArTIN-PainKES administration as a' few of our contemporaries, because we are aware that if the Government of the day were but to replace the IMon. G. EAGAa by another nmore competent treasurer, every chance would be in the way of our having different estimates for the year prepared. The principal cause of the dislike exhibited by the Opposition seems to be the Finance Minister, and we think the representatives of the people have a perfect right-nay, it is their ddty--to see that the est...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

FIE. .LY CALENTDA2. I:... of tIC le aiI Djvr '. 1: 0 '1lu PE)(le Sn octe Age S~rCraIAinY. ... 1..1 I, 32 6 .5 14 SU\I)IA ......... !1 5 3J i 55 IA )N'Il~Y 1.. 5 II 11 II1 16 'UF:`lIAYl .. ~ I1. i 1 II 611 17 sr E2N:ýl.l .5 : 6 6 52 lit SiºlJtiAS.... . IS * 37 61 IS 1"' hA l. 6. 5 ii 50 25 loll soon oi Sntur loy, the Sili. ..t7h. 4Im. p.o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

S The Trcasury, New South Vales, 13th January, 1868. Coiit ts for the Public Service. . JCOUNTRY DISTRICIS. SERIES 1 AND 2. N OTICE is hereby given tat TENDERS will be received at this office until- 12 o'clock on TUESDAY, the 18t$ of February next, for fur nishing on account of the Public Service, the sup jplies undermeutioned, in such quantities as may be required during twelve calendar months, commenc ing the 1st Anril, 1868, as set forth in the said notice. S SniEs 2. Tenders will be required per ration for the places enumerated below, in which Gaols have been estab lished, viz. : Queanbeynn. For conditions, and "all other particulars, see Government Gazette No. 10, of January 14th, 1868, a copy of ivhich is filed at every Police Office in the colony..' GEOFFREY EAGAR. Treasury, New;South W ales 18th January, 1808. Contracts for the Public Service. FORAGE THE POLICE, &e. '. NTTOTICE is hereby given. tlht TENDERS 1 ' i vill'be received at this oice :until 12 o'clock of TUE...

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ARRIVAL OF The Panama Mail. News to December 15. Intense Fenian Excitement Clerkenwell Gaol blown up. Strong Military Force in London. Fenian Funeral Obsequies in Dublin and Cork. Great Cyclone in India. SYDNEY. Saturday, 12 0 (noon) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

' The Panama Mail. News to December 15. : ntense Fenian Excitement Clerkenwell Gaol blown up. Striong MVilitary Force in London. Fenian Funeral Obsequies in Dublin and Cork. Great Cyclone in India. [wv ELECTRIC -TELIEGlRAPII.] SYDNEY. Saturday, 12'0 (noon) .TIurEPanaiila mail arrived in Sydney this morning, bringing news from Europe to December 15th. A - strike existed among the London cabmen. Fenian excitement was intense. Clerkenwell gaol was blown up. by gun powdcr; three prisoners killed, and forty seriouLly injured. Six thousand regular troops are kept constantly under arms in London. The fuieral obsequies of Allen, Gould, and Larkin, the Fenians latcly executed at Manchester, were performed' by immense masses in Dublin and Cork. A great cyclone had occurred in India; 1000 persons perished. :The French troops have left Rome. An amnesty is granted a! Garibaldi's followers.. Austria has notified to the Pope that the legislation affecting Reichstriath must take its course, even if...

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY—FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

oq.l. and ithtlti.t Ltws. .COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY-FEBItUA1RY 4. Before the Police Magistrate and A. Levy, Esq. DISPUTED POSSESSION OF A' 10RSE. Peter Mellyn, of Bangendore, was sammoned by Patrick 31'Donald, of lMolonglo, to show cau9e why he should not deliver up possession of a mare and foal claimed by the complainant. Patrick M'Donald deposed that he was the owner of a bay mare, star in forehead, white Ioot, PM near shoulder. Saw the mare last on the 31st January iv' defendant's possession. Witness bred the mare, and had possession of her since she was 20 months old. Never saw her since that time, which is more than two years ago. Valued her at £0 She has a foal worth 21. Defendant released her from the Bun gendors pound last January. Witness told him he would take proceedings against him if he refused to give her up. Witness had no doubt the mare was his, and the same that strayed from him upwards of two years ago. Francis Lynch, of Molonglo, labourer: Know a bay mare ...

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THE PROTESTANT SABBATH-SCHOOLS AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

THE PROTESTANT SABBATH-SCHOOLS AND THE. DUKE OF 'EDINBURGH. Yesterday, at noon, the Duke.of Edinburgh was waited upon by about twelve thousand Sabbath-scholars, belonging to sixty-one schools of various Protestant denominations, for the purpose of presenting him with a Bible and casket. Frdm an early hour in the forenoon the children were seen marching with their banners' from afledirections towards the Inner Domain. There, under the shade provided in'the stands erected for the day of the: public landing, thousand after thousand was collected. The arrangements for the order and comfort of the children were well carried out, and the sight was a most inter esting one. There were present with the scholars and their numerous teachers, the HTon. the Minister for Works, the Heon. T. A. Murray, the Heon. S. D. Gordon, the Very Rev. Dean Cowper, the Rev. Dr. Fullerton, the Rev. Dr. Steel, the Rev. Messrs. T. Smith (who brought with him over 700 children from St. Barnabas' Church), W. Ltimsd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

"THE QUEANBEYA1 AGE" u rn cireulation of this Journal tliroughout its own and the neigh. bouring dtltricts, as welt an elsewhere within and beyond the colo ntes offers special advantages to advertisers. TERMS : Sunssntrrtox-4? per annum, orr G Od per quarter, when de livered by post or forwarded by dispatch to the country, or 20s nor annum, and os ld per, quarter when delivered ý'in town. These charges are calculated upon the basis of pre-payments. t?S Credit, one shillingper quarter extra. The quarters end on the Slst.March, 30th June, 80th September, and 31st December. at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving on week's previous notice in writing direct to the'office, ;and not otherwise, and paying thie amount due to the cend of the ,aorent quartert but new soubsrribers will be received at any time, 6 bcharged from the period at which they commence. AnvmTraeIrsn -Advertisements are charged forat the following rates each insertion :-For two lines or less of space (si...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

GUNDAROO. [From A correspondent.] NEXT Sunday (9th instant) the Rev. John Gibson preaches in the Presbyterian Church on the township at 11 a.m. and half-past 3 p.m. On this occasion the reverend gentleman is to dispense the sacrament of the Lord's Supper for the benefit of the Presby- terians in the Queaubeyan district, as they are at present without the services of a minister of their own persuasion. In your last issue,iIn a report of the police-court,   there is a case of Hallimann against Massy, of this place. It appears in dismissing the case, the magis- trates stated they had no jurisdiction, as a court of petty sessions was held here monthly (when there were any cases). According to your report I see Mr. Hall, one of the magistrates on the bench, had to go out of his way to express his opinion with regard to the establishment of courts of petty sessions. I think it would have been far better had Mr. Hall kept his opinion to himself, as I do not think any one will ...

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ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

.ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS. November 21.-The eruption of Vesuvius has made such rapid and brilliant :progress that I canhot refrain from sending you some additiohal details- Fodi the ? irohient it seems to have calmed: our political excite ment; every one is talking of the " Mouhn tain," not in a political but inua ,physical sense, and thousands are speculatingLon the influence which it will exercise on the move ments of foreigners.. For one or tivo days it has been enveloped in such Athick, clouds that all we' havre witnessed from a distance has been at intervals, the lighting, up of the dense mass with a lurid :red colour. Yes terday, however, a bitter north-cast wind swept.and cleared the cloud-capped summit, ircealing a scene of extraordinary?y magnifi.? :co~ee, Notwithstanding the stormy and rainy state6~f the weather, iany ig'tieS have ascended this week, as has -been -evident at a distance from the torches glittering like glowvormtn on the rugged' sides of Vesu vius, and I borrow ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.   [PER OREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY, Wednesday. H.M.S. CHALLENEGR is to leave Sydney for Brisbane, with H.R.H. the Duke of   Edinburgh on the 22nd instant, where he is to remain for a week, and then to proceed to Newcastle. The Galatea is to be docked tomorrow. His Royal Highness was yesterday pre- sented in the domain, by the children of the Protestant Sabbath Schools, with a Bible and casket. The children marched   in procession to the ground, headed by bands of music, &c., and maintained the greatest decorum. The presentation was witnessed by thousands, and as the day was fine the sight was a fine one. The pavilion which has been fitted up with great taste, was promenaded by large crowds yesterday. Two thousand tickets for the ball have already been issued. A Parliamentary pic-nic to the Duke is to come off on an early day at the Hawkes- bury. The German torchlight procession has been fixed for the 17th. &...

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QUEANBEYAN HOSPITAL. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 February 1868

QUEANBEYAN HOSPITAL. TuE ANNUAL MEETING. The adjourned annual meeting of the subscribers a to tile Qucanheyon District tIospital took place on Tuesday afternoon. The lack of pullio interest in the prosperity of the institution is such that it was i with much difficulty a quorum could be assembled s for the transaction of the business of the meeting. d The gentlemen present were-George Campbell, c Esq. (president of the hospital), W. F. Hayley, I Esq., J.P. (treasurer and surgeon), the Revds. A. c D). Scares and P. G. Smith, J. J. Wright, Esq., J.P., and Mr J. Gale (secretary). The President occupied the chair. The Rev. A. J). Snares and Mr iWright wereo elected auditors ; and .by them the yearly balance sheet was carefully examined and reported to be correct. The total expenditure for the year was shewn to I be £121 5s. ; and the treasurer announced ai balance to the credit of the hospital of £00 5s. Old. In the treasurer's report, also, it was stated that the balance in hand had ye...

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SHIPMENT OF MEAT TO ENGLAND. (Condensed from the S.M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 February 1868

SHIPMENT OF :MEAT TO ENGLAND. (Condensed from thoe S?I. lHerald.) YESTERDAY afternoon, at three o'clock, a meeting of gentlemen interested in the suc cess of a project for the shipment of all the siirplus meat of this colony to England (under what is usually known as " Mr Mort's Freez ing Process" was held in the Chamber of Commerce, at the Sydney Exchange; the Hion. Charles Cowper in the chair. Nearly two hundred of the most influential gentle men in ,the commercial portion of the com munity were present. The chairman, after some preliminary re marks, said-They were all about to discuss the success of Mr 'Mort's project for the ship ment of meat to England by means of a newly-invented refrigerating process. It had been required that some person should be found to step forward competent to initiate such an undertaking, and with sufficient enterprise to see whether Mr Nicolle's dis covery could be made practically available. That person had been found in their fellow- colonist, Mr T....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 February 1868

WIEXfLY. CALENDA7 . DGn of M loon Aans of the week. mointh. Sun duos Sun sets Age. SATURDAY .... ... F. 5eb. t 39 6 49 21 SUND)AY ..,. 10 5 40 0648 22 MONIIAY ... ... ... 17 5 41 .0 47 23 TUNSIGIY ... . 18 5 42 0 40 24 W IJNESI)AY ... ... 1 9 43 6 45 25 III IltOI)AY . ... , 20 2 0 41 21 FiLIIIA 1)* 21 5 45 0 43 27 treaN's lvnse. Last quarter on Saturduy, th(Ile 1Fi5, at 71t. 21m. pin.

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The Age. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 February 1868

_.---cL SATZTR?DAY, FEBBLUARrlYth, 1868. To persons residing at a distance from Qucanbeyan, and who therefore could not enter into the feelings of this community under the circumstances recorded in a lengthy paragraph published iii our last issue, coucerning a missing woman, the story and what came of it may b, re garded as a consummate "sell"-a hoax on an extensive scale; and the gullibility, as some persons may call it, of the aifrighted population may have afforded cause for uttering many a loud guffaw over those who were the dupes of a few shallow-pated, designing women. But to those who could enter iilto the feelings of the people of Queanbeyan during the two nights aidd days they were abiding under the impression that a woman was perish ing, or had actually perished, in conse quence of her own ungovernable temper, a very different view will be taken of the scene enacted. In our own comment on this extraordinary affair we shall make but little allusion to the individual who was...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 February 1868

LATES T INTELLIGENCE, PERE. OREyJ LLE'5 TELERAM .COMHPANY] SYDNiEY, Wediesday. IT is reported that orders have been re ceived from the Admiralty for the Galatea to pro"cetd on a cruise to the West Indies. H.R.II. `Prince` Alfred -was at Parra-, matta on Monday, and at.Botany to-day. The Parliamentary Pic-nic to his Royal Highness is to come off on Wednesday, the 19th. Four steamers have been chartered for the occasion. The capital sentence passed on the two bishrangers, Brookman and Williams, I has been commuted to imprisonment with hard labour for fifteen years. This result is in a great measure owing to the unremitting exertions of Mr. Frederick: Lee on behalf of the prisoners. A Baptist Association has been formed in Sydney. , Breadstuffs are firmer. Stocks at the present time are low Old Adelaide wheat has realised 8s. 9d. new, 7s. 6d. to 8s..;.. Tasmanian, 7s. 6d.; Bathurst and Goulburn, 7s. 3d. to 7s. 6d. Messrs. Burt and Co. sold to-day 700 wethers (60. lbs.) at 8s. 6d. to 9s...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL SYDNEY, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 February 1868

ARIUVAL OF1 HE SUEZI.dAIL [nY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, morning. THE English mail, via Suez, has. arrived at Adelaide; bringing news to the 26th, of December. '... Feliiani alarm is spreading.: ; Thirty thousand special constables have been enrolled in London. Plots have been discovered to iattack ar-. mouries, dockyards, 'banks,' iind tlhe like." The, ,Fenians attempted, to ..-blow: up":a. house of detention. i-They destroyed. the houses opposite. ;Forty persons were buried in the ruins.' Six taken out deadd" : ': Reinforcements have been sent to Ire. land. The Fenians attacked Martello ,Tower, near Queenstown, and carried away arms and ammunition. -Five hundred Fenians robbed a gun smith's shop; at Cork in open day. The leaders were arrested. . The Home Secretary has instructed the Mayors of fifty towns to enrol specials. The Darling vote is condemned. M.: Rouher-has asserted'that France will never allow the seizure of Rome. Emperor Napoleon declares and. desires for ...

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