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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
C. COOPER, COOK AND PASTRY COOK, CONFECT IONER, Aanrgry itead and Viscuit vahqtt, MONARO-STREET, Q UEANBEYAN. HOT ROLLS every morning at Eight o'clock. IF you want CHEAP and S-.J GOOD BOOTS, go to the QUEANBEYAN TANNERY Wholesale and Retail. TIIOS. BUTTLE. Fruit Trees, Plants, Bulbs, and Garden Seeds. 'TIHE GA-EARDEP.lDENS,' SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY. JTOHN BAPTIST and SON have for Sale a large stock of Fruit Trees, Flowering and Ornamental Plants, Bulbs, and, Garden Seeds, for which they respectfully solicit orders. Priced Catalogues forwarded on application. Ooods packed with the greatest care. JOHN BAPTISTJ& SON, Nursery and Seedsmen. GREVILLE AND COMPANY, AGENTS for Messrs STEPHENSON, ' BLAKE & CO., Sheffield, have on SALE, A large and varied stock of their celebrated Printin Types, Cases, &c. GREVILLE AND COMPANY, WCTHOLESALE STATIONERS AND PRINTERS' BROKERS, have always on Bale* a large assortment of Single and double news Demys, single and double Coloured do...
GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
GUNDAROO. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SUBSCRIBERS who have hitherto re- ceived their papers at the Post Ofice, Gun- daroo, will from this date, obtain them at at Mr Frazer's Store, unless otherwise &nbsp; directed by order forwarded to this office.
LATEST GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
LATlEST GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. The Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia arrived in Paris on May 24, and on the 25th they were received by the Emperor and Empress. Their Royal Highnesses paid a visit to the exhibition in the after noon, and dined at the Tuileries in the evening. English, Swedish, Danish, and Prussian squadrons are expected at Cherbourg. A dinner was given on May 24 at the English embassy in honour of Queen Victoria's birthday. The Duke of Edinburgh was present, and all the guests were English. Paris letters dated May 25 state that a Rastadt question is likely to succeed that of Luxemburg. France contends that Prussia has no right to keep a garrison there, and is said to have addressed a re monstrance to Berlin on the subject. Another report is that the French instructing officers in-the Danu bian principalities have been replaced by Prussian ones. - Moreover, there is a talk of negotiations for the cession of the grand Duchy of Baden to Prussia, a transaction ...
BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
BARLEY. (iFrom the Australasian.) THE culture of barley is less understood than. that of any cereal grown in Victoria, and until very lately the area under this grain was small, comparatively speaking. The. establishing of malt-houses and breweries in nearly every district of the colony has created an improved'demand for the grain, and we are glad to learn, from an annual increase of the area occupied by the better kinds of bar-' ley, that greater interest is being taken in it by our farmers. As the seed-time of this important and valuable cereal is now. at hand, a few remarks on its proper culture may. not be inappropriate. A few years since it was not considered a paying crop, not from any unsuitability of soil and cli mate, but because this grain required a somewhat different treatment to that given to the other cereals, and did not receive it. Barley, to be profitable, must receive better culture than one farmer in twenty ever thinks of giving. This grain, above all others, love...
LOSS OF THE GOLDEN SUNSET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
LOSS OF THE GOLDEN SUNSET. (From tihe Newcastle Ch'onicle.) WE published a short time back a brief and very imperfect account of the wreck of ;the Golden Sunset, commanded by Captain' Tidmarsh, and which vessel sailed from this port, bound for San Francisco, on the 6th of last November. By the Panama mail, which arrived on Monday, the 1st instant, we received a letter from one of the passengers on board the Sunset, enclosing a full account of the wreck of the vessel, taken from the Honolulu Pacific Commercial Ad vertiser of the 9th February, 1867. As several of the passengers on board the Golden Sunset were well-known by people. in Newcastle, and as the captain himself was a great favourite here, we re-publish the account forwarded to us in full, together with some extracts from the private com munication of the passenger.before alluded to.. The extracts from the passenger's letter are as follow. He says :-" You: must, ere this, have heard of the loss of the Golden Sunset. We were t...
THE JAPANESE JUGGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
TTHE JAPANESE JUGGLERS. (From the Times.) A COMPANY of acrobats, conjurors, rand jugglers from Japan have estab Slished themselves at St Martin's-hall, :where richly habited in their native :?costume, they go through a series ot Sfeats that ~ay be accepted as a spe cimen of the amusements that find favour in a region to which the atten tion of the public has of late been more than commonly directed. That *.they are a genuine Japanese there can be no reasonable doubt, inas * much as their testimonials are plainly :inscribed on their features. The jugglers tricks of the Japanese are the most remarkable, two of these ..eing of a kind altogether new to the London public. In one of them a large top, spun with a string on ex -:actly the same principle as a common .pegtop used by school boys, is made "to display a degree of docility that almost entitles it to be classed among the more intelligible members of the brute creation. The juggler throws it out with a force which enables it to rem...
FIRE INSURANCE.—THE GOULBURN CIRCULAR. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 19 July 1867
FIRE INSURANCE.-THE GOULBURN CIRCULAR. To the Editor of the. Empire. SiR,-Seeing in your paper of the 5th instant a para graph headed as above, intimating that a circular had been issued by a number of influential gentle men, inviting the co-operation of persons residing in Sydney and the southern districts in the promotion of a Fire Insurance Company, so as to thwart in some measure the injurious combinations of the Sydney insurance companies in their recent attempt to exact 25, and in many cases 50 additional per cent. premiums on new and renewable policies. To show the public the extortionate nature of this late combination, I need but point to the fact that I made a journey from here to Sydney, upon a recent occasion, for the purpose of effecting an insurance of £2000 upon my premises, stock-in-trade, and furni ture. After visiting several of the insurance offices, and undergoing a catechetical examination as to my antecedents, the nature of my business, the location of my premi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
GREVILLE AND COMPANY, SGENTS for Messrs .W. HI . BONNIE 'WELL, London, have constantly. on hand a. ,varied assortment of their celebrated WOO]D LE'TTER, Tfor which they, obtained the only. prize awarded, at the International Exhibition, 1862, Class XXVIII, No. 5213., ; d Specimen books on application.. A J. WATT:&1 Co.'sl," PATE NT MEDINES WORM LOZENGES, which .have entirely superseded the ,use of Worm. Powders Now on sale at the "AGE" office, Queanbeyan. er A WARNING!! D O you suffer from physical incapacity ? tIl Are you suffering:from nervous debili a ty ? Have you: been the guilty victim of. any to secre.t- vice,?.. Do you suffer from -a set' of symptoms nearly alkin more or less to ithe fol. lowing :-A pretty fair; condition otihealth,: kO not yet positively ill, but a feeling: upon ,you Vw that you are not quite right ; amalaise,;¢ a; [y tendency to despondency; a slight occasional' loss of memory; sometimes a weakness across the small of the back and loins; on waking`...
MR. PEABODY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
MR. PEABODY. (Fron the S. M. Herald.) GEORGE PEABODY, whom the latest telegrams describe as on his way to England after a beneficent visit to his native country, i America, is descended from a good stock. His ancestors were amongst those who pre ferred the mercy of the wild beasts of the American woods to that of the religious bigots of civilised Europe. He is of English _:.extraction, but was born at Danvers, Mas sachusetts, on the 18th of February, 1795. He was early placed in business with a grocer, by his father, and . subsequently became managing partner in the mercantile house of an uncle, at Georgetown. The business increased. Branches were created at Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and ultimately in London, where he went to reside in 1837. In that capital he soon earned for himself a world-wide fame as a merchant and money-broker, by the exercise of all those qualities which are necessary to great and lasting success. His name became a sound and valuable guarantee in the,...
PIOUS MENDICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
=;4 PIOUS MENDICAN'TS. A COlRRESPONDENT of the Westernr :Post, .who signs himself L Bartim. us';" writes to that journal as follows : ::As a resident in Mudgee, I am. sup posed to be located in one of the wealthiest districts in New South TWales, surrounded by men of means, and by men not considered churlish. ih the way of alms giving.-I look back to the days when. charity was solicited for religious purposes, and I find donations and bequests.of se veral hundered pounds from single individuals. I look at the subscrip tion list to the proposed Anglican Bishopric of Bathurst, and I findl munificent contributions from this: district to that object, and I may say :tiat, as a rule, Mudgee will bear fa vo urable comparison with any other place when the charitable feelings of the community have been evoked forl a special purpose. I cannot. irriagine that.sympathy has grown 'cold all bf .a sudden, and that the pockets of the public are suddenly ':buttoned.' up whan a dbmanid 'is' made on t...
TUESDAY, JULY 23RD. FORCIBLY ENTERING INTO POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
*TUESDAY, JULY 23RD. ..FORCIBLY ENTERING INTO POSSESSION. iThomaRa Beatty, on ibail fromt last .wecek, ,again ap peared to answer. the above charge. James Beatty,,,also a .son-, of the defendant, 'on, oath;:after corroborating the evidence of 1)r Morton's formally derianding possession of 'the property in :question, :said: Dr Morton asked me to get the wheat out by the Thursday .following ;:' this was in the presence oi my tatheri I and my brother Archie removed eight bags on the Thursday; my father was down in the paddock cutting' grass; my father re turned whilst we were in the act of removing the wheat;. he would not let us remove any more; the wheat belonged to me and my father : I and my bro thier were removing it to my father's free selection about a quarter of a' mile distant; my father had a reaping 'ook in his hand; whilst in the act of re mioving the wheat my father (the defendant1 came Up ind took bold of it to prevent: any more being removed;: we' were removing it firom ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of the week. Day of Sun Sun Moon's. month, rises. sets. age. Friday..... ... 26 6655 5 65 24 - Saturday... ...'27 i.6 54 5 6 25 Sunday ... .. .28 664 5 6 26 Monday.. . 29 6 53 5 7 27 Tu"esday i... ? 30 6 52 5. 8 28 Wedneday: .. '31 6: 51 5 :i.9 29 Thurisday. . Aug 1 6 51 5 9 30 SSith Sunday after 'Tinity.] ;-Moons phase.-New Moon, Wednesday, 31, : 2.48 p, m.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 16TH, (Before C. E. Newcombe, Esq., P.M.) FORCIBLY ENTERING INTO POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 16TH, . ..(Before C. E.Newcombhe, Esc., P.M.) FORCIBLY ENTERING INTO :POSSESSION. Thomas, Beatty was charged with having forcibly en tering into and retaining possession of certain pro perty on the Googongs belonging to Dr A. Molton, Queanbeyan. The first witness sworn was •Andrew Morton, who proved having purchased the property in question of Williani A. Beatty, but cher, Quesinbeyan, son of defendait.' Cross-examined by .LDefendant i believe the de-. fendant has lived 'on the .1 and for the last 25 years: never knew defendant to bd out of possession; I believe his son William had possession and built the house and resided in:it with` lIis family;' lived on the land before he went to the Mudgee : defendant might have assisted in: building the house; I am not sure his son had possession before; 'to the best of my recol lection I believe he hbid. William A. Beatty oni oath: said I'am son' of de fendant and am' a butcher residing in Quea...
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 answer, able for their correctness.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
COM~E?.E U'C1AL. (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, Inlmh 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.] 13ERRIMA P'RIC~e CIIRrENT.-Fine flour, £14 per ton ; seconds, £13 per ton (if less than half a ton, is. per 100 lbs. extra); bran, Is. per bushel; pollard, is. od. per bushel: wheat, 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel; oats, 3s. 6d. per bushel: bar ley, 4s. per bushel ; maize, 5s. per bushel: hay, £3 to £3 10s. per ton : potatoes, 6s. per cwt.; butter, Od. per lb.; bacon, 6%dl. to 7d. per lb.; cheese, 6d. to 7d. per lbh.: eges, Is. per dozen; fat cattle. £4 to £5 per head ; sheep, 11s. 6d. to 12s. per head : pigs, 3)d. to 4d. per lb.; prime fresh beef, retail, 341d. per lb. IlRAItOWOD I'tiEgS CU...
CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORELAND WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
CUMBERLAND . ' AND WESTMORELAND WRESTLING. . :.. (Fronm the Pall MIall Gazette.) THERE are a good many, opinions in London as to the proper mode of observing Good Friday. There is one class to whom it is a day of peculiar solemnity i there is another which looks upon all :special observances as superstitious'; whilst, apparently, the great majority accepts it simiply as an extra holiday, free from some of the austere restrictions of the regular- London Sunday. A small section of this last class annually celebrates the day by an appropriate display of wrestling. Their feast is. held in the eminently respectable district of Islington, arid in the Agricultural Hall, over which Mr. Spurgeon's recent presence might be supposed to have thrown a kind of halo 'of sanctity. Very little flavour, however, derived from such associations seemed to be lingering within, its walls on Good Friday. It was filled ,by the antagonistic element of a sporting and even slightly horsey crowd. Amongst the la...
QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producer and Purchaser. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
-QUEANB EYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producierand Purthaser. -----o- -:l..-i- _ p. Wheat, ¶I busbel . 4 to £0 4 6 SFlour ton . 012 0 0 14" 0 Bran, ,, bushel` a. 0 1 3 00 0' X a iz e ,, 0 4 0 0B0 3 Barley ,:0 30&lt;8 0 >036 -Oatfo 0,.4 2 6 '0 3 0 Hay, -ton . : 3 10 .0 iutter, .J. O:, 0 09 0 1 0 Cheese, ,, 0O 0 6 0 0 0 Bacon, ,, .. 0 5 0 0 7: Eggse: do 0O:1:0 0 0 0 Potatoes,- cwt. .. 0 4 0 0 0 0.
The Queanbeyan Age THURSDAY, JULY 25th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1867
" THURSDAY, JULY 25th, 1867. THE wretched condition of . the high road from Goulburn to Braidwood, the impass able state of the: unbridged .Shoalbaven, and the consequent, irregularity of the mail service and iinpeding of traffic, has had the sudden effect of pricipitating the inhabitants of. the latter town into a premature agitation for the adoption of a- new thoroughfare, by- which- they propose to meet the' Great Southern Rail why at the inconsiderable: village of Ma rulan, and thus, like the Jews :of old with their despised n'eighbours'an'd relatives, have no dealings withli the: Goulburn. Sa n-iaritans. Our. niighbours :mist take, care they do not, marry: in haste' anld repent in. leisure. Many a man -has :got rid of an old and tried servant, in. a' "iinoidinlt u of wrath on account of an: occasional: failig, and taken into his: employ, arin utried hand, only to discover that after: all' .the -".old broom" was the better. Well, aiid what will the Braidwood people gain by their...