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DEPARTURE OF THE FLYING SQUADRON (From the Southern Cross, February 10.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
DEPARTURE Ol? THE FLYING- SQUADRON, (From thc Southern Cross, February IQ.) At last tho Flying Squadron has" left our shores. At tho time appointed for tho departuro a largo con course of peoplo had assembled çn tho Q,ueon-streot wharf, tho Britomart Barracks, and- other places commanding a view of our harbour, where a full viow of tho movoments of tho fleet was obtainable ; and wo aro suro that a finer sight has nover been ( presented to tho people of Auckland than that of yesterday. At 1 p.m, tho Liverpool ran up tho signal for all vessels to preparo to proceed to sea. Tho wind was blowing strong from N.N.'E., and thoro was, therefore, a dead beat down harbour. At . ten minutes past jl, tho Liffey tripped her anchor, . and proceeded down harbour. At thirty minutes past 2 tho Scylla also got underway, ana followod in tho wak© of tho Liflby, which vessel was making - good progress, hoing by this timo "off tho North Head. Tho Scylla soon proved horself to boa far better sailer than t...
New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
New Zealand. By tho arrival cf tho horquo Kato wo havo Auck Innd papers to tho 12th instant. Tho Sturt had arrived with tho account of a smart and GUCCOSSÚÚ attack hy. om* troops upon To Kooti. It appears that on Monday Inst To Kooti and his forces, in boating1 their retreat from Tauranga, carno to tho Rotorua Pa, which is garrisoned by Lieutenant Mair, with a forco of sixty friendly nativos. To Kooti and tlioso with him, amongst whom woro Koroopa and Ilakariah, repre senting thomselvos to bo friondly natives, asked per mission to pass tho women und,children of tho party, whilo tho parleying was going on, making good thoir progross. t üy* some means it becamo suspected that tho party was Te Kooti's, arid Xioutenaht Mair, the only European present,- at once took measures for an attack. A light at onco took place at closo quar ters, when tho enemy loft ton dead on tho Hold, and had fifteon, moro or less, wounded; amongst tho latter hoing Koreopa, and a half-cnsto named Baker, ? à noto...
Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
tría HONOR commented at length on the weak ' 3181 «Vc, nrisonor's offence, m running away "ff, ti* money which had been entrusted to him for Sbest orim|j.oses., Prisoner was+sen^nced tojo release. Insolvency Court. SUMIENDEHS. Thomas Adams, of Gunnary Creek, near Burrowa, i iiT»* Cause of insolvency: Want of employment. Sut es S Ute. Sd. Assets, £10, Deficiency, £9 « Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie. Joïm Parker, of Staiuey-streer, woolloomooloo, writing clerk. Canso of insolvency: Pressure of credi tors. Official assignee, Mr. P. T. Humphery. George Lonsdale, of Lambden, innkeeper. Cause ol insolvency: Losses in business Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery. John Robertson, of Clovelly, "Watson's Bay, gentle man. Causes of insolvency: Groat depreciation in value of pastoral property. Schedule to bo filed by the 11th March. Official assignee, Mr. J. T. Hiunphroy. Nathan Bluementhal, of Trunkey Creek, travelling hawker. Causes of insolvency : Bad debts, losses in business, and...
BRISBANE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
BRISBANE. Saturday. Pendergast has been committed for trial for the murder of Hartnett ; his wife was discharged, tho Benoh slating there was not sufficient evidence ; but .. . she was cautioned that sho might be brought up again.. Monday. Ata large open-air mooting, holden in front of tho Princess's Theatre on Saturday evening, a vote bf .thanks was unanimously passed to Messrs. Baker and Watson and tho other gentlemen -who interested themselves in procuring a revision of gold-fields ', legislation. The code of rules was adopted.
Central Criminal Court. SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
Central Criminal Court. SENTENCES. Henry Wright convicted of having, ^he being an insolvent, fraudulently embezzled, concealed, and removed certain goods, consisting of trousers, meer schaum pipeB, lings, earrings, andahorso, with intent to defraud his creditors. There were ocher counts charging the prisoner with destroying cortaiu aocount books, falsifying accounts, and fraudulently contracting" debts, he being insolvent. Prisoner, who protested his innocence, was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment on each count, the ' sentences to be concurrent. Mary Fyncs, convicted of the manslaughter of her infant child: His HONOR said this was avery lamentable case. The prisoner had by negligence killed her child, in conse- . quenco of her habits of intemperance. Her husband had left her, probably in consequence of her habits. Sentence : Twelve months' hard labour in Sydney gaol' ?". Alexander Smith and Joseph Bowers, convicted of , assault and robbery. Prisoner Smith, in urging an 1 exc...
ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
ADELAIDE. . . Saturday. Mr. îf eales is to move in the Assembly, on Tues- I day, that the Ministry having advised a dissolution from most corrupt motives, tho House refuses to grant supplies. A bill to exclude public contractors from Parlia ment passed both Houses. Wheat, 6s. 2£d. Monday. Tho Elizabeth, from Mauritius, brings advices of a considerable advance in the prices of Mauritius sugars, duo to large speculative purchases, more especially of yellow sorts. Owing to the continued drought the crops are likely to fall far short of last I year's quantity. Tho weather continues hot; thermometer is 107* in tho shade. Darwent posted a notice at the Globe that ho will give free passages to any South Australian horsos that may prove themselves winners at tho next Flemington meeting. The corn market is firm-5s. 2d. offering for wheat, but holders ask more. . Tuesday. The Assembly adjourned till to-morrow, the House refusing to go on with any business until the result of the present crisi...
SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
SINGLETON. There ls very little news in Singleton wortu recording at the present time. The last thing that caused any excitement was the annual municipal election, which resulted in the return to the council of Messrs. Kennie, Gorman, Dalton, and Christian. The election passed off very quietly, and in marked contrast to tho bustle and noise at the general'election in January. The next sittings of tho District Court commence on the 22nd instant, before his Honor Judge Simpson. The list is not a vory long one, and will probably be. disposed of in a couple of days. The heat for the past fortnight has been rmost oppressive, and the farmers are complaining that unless rain falls soon, . the maize crop will suffer materially.
Country Markets. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
Country Markets. ORA.NGE. . Fine flour per 2000 lbs 19; seconds, per ton, 18 ; ration, ditto 17 ; wheat, per bushel, 8s to 8s Od ; hay, per ton, 12 to £2 10s; oats, ditto 2s Od to 3s ; barley, dittoes; peas, MUDGEE. WHOLESALE.-Fat cattle, from 15 Os to 10 ; wheat, 2s Od to 3s 3d ; corn, Os (old) ; potatoes, la Od to 8s per cwt ; oaten hay, 13 to Ii4 per ton ; fowls, 3s to 3s Od pox pair ; ducks, 5s per pair ; turkeys, Gs to 7s Od each ; butter, ls 3d j cheese, 8d to Od ; bacon, Od ; eggs, 12d per dozen. SINGLETON. ine flour, per ton, 114 ; seconds, ditto, 112 ; wheat, per bushel, 3s Od to 4s ; oats, 4s; maize3s Od ; barley, ditto, 8s;|hay, (paton), per ton, 13 10s ; wheaten, ditto, 12 10s ; lucerne, ditto, 12 10s; potatoes, per cwt, 4s Od; onions, ditto, 8s; bacon, per lb. 7a. QUEANBEYAN. Flour, per ton, fine, 115 ; seconds, 114 wheat, per bushel, 3s Od to 4s ; bran, per bushel, ls ; oats, 3s Od to 3s Od ; barley, 3s Od ; maize, 4s 0a to 6s ; hay, per ton, 12 10s to 13 ; potatoes, p...
RAILWAY PRODUCE DEPOT. (ELMS AND CO,) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
BAILWAY PRODUCE DEPOT. (ELMS AND CO,) There was a good attendance of buyers yesterday az the Railway Produce Auction Depot. The following prices were realised by Ellis and Co :-Milch cows L2 5s to L10 each, calves 8s 6dto Ll 7s 6d each, sheep 7s to 10s each, lambs 4s 6d te 9s each, pigs (live) 11s Cd to Ll 10s each, suckers 3s to 8s each, fowls 2s 6d to 3s lOd per pair, ducks 2s 10d to 3s; geese 4s ldto 6s 9d per pair, turkeys 5s 9d to 23s per pair.
SUSSEX-STREET MARKET RATES. (E. LOWTHER.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
SUSSEX-STREET MARKET RATES. (E. LOWTHER.) I E. LOWTHER, of tho Commercial Stores, Sussex street, reports the following market rates :-Maize (now) 2s4d to 2s 7d per bushel, ditto (old) 2s 4d to 2s 8d, wheat 3s 6d to 5s, Cape barley ls 9d to 2s, English ditto 2s 9d, bran ls to ls 2d, hay (lucerne) Ll 10 to L2 per ton, ditto (oaten) L2 to L310s, straw Ll 10s to L2, fowls 2s 6d to 3s per pair, ducks 3s to 3s 6d, geese 4s Cd to 5s Od; turkeys 6s to 12s, eggs ls to ls 2d per dozen, bacon, 6d to ls 2d per lb, onions 2s 6d to 3s 6d per cwt, potatoes 2s to 3s, store pigs 3d to 3Ad per lb, calves 8s.to 20s each, hides 3id per lb,
Sydney Markets, [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
Sydney Markets, Butoher's meat-Beef, per lb, lid to 2d, mutton Wd, pork 4.Jd to Sd, veal 3d ; lamb, per quarter, 2s Gd to. 3s 6d. Poultry -Fowls, por couple, 2s 6d to 3s, ducks 3s to 3s 6d, wild ducks 3s to 3s od, teal ls 6d to ls 9d, geese 6s to 7s, turkeys 8s _ to 14s, pigeons ls to ls 6d. Babbits, per pair, 2s to 3s Cd ; roasting pigs, each, 4s to 7s. Dairy produce-Butter, per lb., 6d, cheese 4d to 6d, bacon 9d, lard 5d ; oggs, per dozen, ls 3d to ls 6d. Vegetables Potatoes,- per cwt, 4s to 6s, onions 4s to 6s ; cabbages per dozen, 4s to 6s, lettuces Cd to ls, pumpkins 3s to 5s, marrows 2s to 3s, cuoumbers 6d to ls ; turnips, Ïer dozen bunches,- ls 6d to 2s, carrots ls Cd, parsnips s Gd, beetroot 3s, leeks 3s, rhubarb 2s, celery 6s to 8s ; green peas, per bushel, 6s to 8s, French beans 2s to 3s. Fruit;-Oranges, per oase, 4s to 6s, lemons 8s, apples. 4s to 8s, pears 3s to 6s, peaches 3s to 8s, quinces 3s, pineapples, per dozen ls . to 3s, water melons 3s to os, rock 3s to 5s, pass...
Stock and Share Market. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
Stock and Share Market. rm. .. '«» amount ;of business clone in this market since «» last Bumuiary hos been very limited, and the att«u&nona in price have been unimportant. tH7Í?la,~~Commercial Bank shares are in demand, S.-T*0'"6' »one in the market; New South Wales »we been sold nt L39, L39 10s, and L39 5s ; Oitys at ! B1}51! Bauk °* New Zealand at L16 15s ; Union KporUl"68 ^ aomo demand> ^ut n0 sa 68 are LVi^^Olarence and Richmond changed hands at W . 7 ^ > but Australasian and other stooks have Fl«!^^2&-Paoifics were sold at L212s 6d, Sydney \ tu* at 12 7BU, United Fire and Marino at 14«, Tho fire at the Blackwall "Wool Stores haß somewhat inter rupted sales and produced depression. MININO.-Peak Downs Copper sold at 30s; Cudge-' gong Cinnabar, Ll paid up, at 7s 6d; Victoria Trunkey, ditto, at.7s Od to 8s ; Mitchell's Creek, 35s and 40s. ; .Waratah Coal, L6 10s and L6 15s. DEBENTURES.-Some large parcels have been offered freely, and prices are unchanged. COM...
COMMERCIAL REPORT. Import Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
COMMERCIAL REPORT. i. Import Markets. ALE and PORTER.-Shortly after the departure of the last mail, the Comadre arrived with the first ship ment of tho new brew ales, whioh oame to a fine market. The immediate effect of this arrival was to reduce tho value of old stocks, while quotations of loading brands, new brew, remained the same as re ported last month, viz.:-L710s to L715s per hogshead for Joule's and Marxian's, and L7 7s to L7 12s ^ 6d for the Bame brands of older importations. Inferior descriptions have been sold at from LC 10s to L615s per hogshead. Sales of bottled ale have been very limited, and our quotations are : AUsopps', 8sCd to 9s ; Bass's triangle, 9s ; "Worth ington's, Tennent and Fowler's, 9s ; and other brands, 8a 6d to 9s per dozen. Bulk Porter is very quiet, and quoted for various brands at L5 5s to L510s per hogs , hoad ; in bottle descriptions, largo sales of Guinness's I have been made at 8s 6d to 9s; and Edmond's pig I brand at 10s to 10s 3d per dozen ; Fi...
MUSWELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
MTJSWELLBKOOK. On Sunday, the 13th Instant, Mr. Ashburne, of this town, met with a serious accident. . It appears that Mr. Ashburne was out riding, when he was thrown from his .horso with sufficient violence to dislocate his shoulder and otherwise bruise his body. The assistance of Dr. Pierce was obtained, under whose skilful troatmont tho sufferer is doing as well as could bo expected under tho circumstances. Another and far moro melancholy accident happened on Friday last, the 18th instant, and one which caused a deop feeling of gloom to pervade the whole town.- We allude to the sudden and untimely decease of Mr. Benjamin Griffiths, son of Mr. Griffiths, of West Maitland, through taking an overdose of chlorodyne. Mrs. Griffiths, it appears, was absent in Sydney, to be present at her father's funeral, and was expected home on Saturday morning. The deceased, feeling unwell, took, as was his custom, a dose of chlorodyne. The first dose not producing the desired result, he appears to ...
WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
I WEST MAITLAND. Tho Municipal elections are over, and tho Borough Counci is quietly settling down to work again. The eleetlon of Mr AV. H. Smith as Mayor has given generat satisfaction. Ol course Mr. Smith, like ali other public men, has his enemies but they are few comparatively speaking, and by no mean: vindictive. But even Mr. Smith's opponents admit that he ii a gentleman of considerable ability, and by his punctual attendance to the duties of his office as alderman, was well worthy ol the additional honour which tho Council havo con ferred upon him. Tho Wallis's Creek floodgates, which were formally opened a week or two ago, are now ready for actual use, tho finishing stroke having been given to them by tho contractors. Pooplo await with much interest the next fresh in tho river to see how the gates will act. To the residents on Louth Park they will undoubtedly be a great boon, but whether as much can be said in respect to the peoplo on tho opposite side of the river, is a que...
THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
THURSDAY. In the Legislative Assembly, after the the transac tion of ordinary routine business, Mr. SAMUEL moved in committee of ways and means, that L124.000 be granted for the service of the various departments for the month of February at the rates sanctioned for 1869. Mr. MACLEAY drew attention to the necessity of making provision for the clearing of the rivers Murray, Murrumbidgee, and Darling. Mr. SAMUEL intimated that the grant could not be available without the sanction of the House. The resolution was agreed to, the bill was brought in, and passed through its various stages. THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Sir J. MARTIN resumed the adjourned debate in committee upon the financial statement. In doing so he said he did not desire to take any party or prejudiced view of the proposals now made, although he had no doubt he should be accused of entertaining such a view. He reviewed the financial policy of the Government since 1864, up to the present period, and pointed out that there wa...
Parliament of New South Wales LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870
Parliament of New South Wales LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. Mr. BUCHANAN asked tho Colonial Secretary 1. Who is tho contractor for tho full dress uniform ol the Duke of Edinburgh's Highlanders? 2. "What is tho total amount of tho contract ? 3. "What is the Government allowance for each member ; and how much is eacli member e.\2>ccted to pay? 4. Did the contractor sign a bond for the supply of the uniform by a certain time ; and if so, what is thc time men tioned therein ? Mr. COWPER said-1. Mr. Loring of George street. 2. The total amount was not given by the department. 3. The Government allowance, was £2 10s. ; thc sum of £4 was to be . paid by each. 4. There was no bond signed by the contractor. Mr. "WISDOM presented a petition from John Boberts and another, gold miners on the Rocky River, ? complaining of divers invasions of their rights, and an noyance by tho cutting of water runs through their ground, and stating that the northern gold comniis ssioners had decl...