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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

QUEANBEYAN POST FPICE TITE TABLE ARRIVAL OF )AITS FROM' DF.PARTURR OF MAlTS FOR Sydny, via x . P.. ydney, via AM. A.M. A Golbrn .. .. 6 0 0 60 6 0 Bungendore.. 40 .:. 40 4. 0 Bungendore.. Go:burn..... Sydney, vial P N Sydney, vial Gundaroo..... 1080 100 Canberra...' P. P . Gininderra... - .. , Gininderfa.:" 100 10 0. 10 Canberra....J Giidaroo.. Coomoa....... . AU A.' M calago : ..... ".. .u. ? ??i-. Bunyan .... 3: 0 30? .36?. - 3 3' Bonan . . ..'68 . 6*80 . 6*80 Mlicalago .... Cooma..J... Lanyon . ...... " .. . 6 .30 80 6.30 Lanyon ..... 1,'0 .. . 0 ... ?. ". . : :: . .Braidwood...... ...: ....... 6 0 ; ?;8.0 La?idwood , .. 9 80 ... 80 Southern road, , : . Southern road, a ULYIss..... 10.80 di 2 10.30 va Yaas ..

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

QUART.? LY ACCOUN'TS. t W:.We beg to remind. Sub.icribers, Adver tisers, and others wv4ose Accounts are I ow:ren'dered, of the vital importance to us of undelhyed settlement of the same. Many of these accounts are of `long standing ; and we respectfully S rge a return of that consideration ,we: have ever shown (particularly : through the recent depressed times) by an early response to our present soli citations. We have no desire or in 'tention to distress those who wi il con vince its of temporary inability to - : 'pay; but we are persuaded there are : many whose accounts remain unpaid through simple negligence. To these in particular we address ourselves, and sincerely hope the tenor of our remarks will have the efect of render ing any olther means of payment un necessary.

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THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION. London, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

,THE IABYSSINIAN.. EXPEDITION. : ... .. ' London, June 3. w The War.Oflice and India House autho. rities haie flicial."deipatelies from Major. General Sir Robert Napier, commanding.the army in Abbyssinia. The Gene ral continued his march, in eva-: cuation of-the territory, towards the.coast,' the cpliun' h'aving passed. Senfe one of the ilast posts 6n roiute. - General Napier reports that the rainy sea son had set in with unusual violence and disastrous consequence to tthe inhabitants. of the .lowlands.'.. The floods running through the., Sooroo defile a vast moiintain gorge; was already in such "that six. hiundred' natives have been drowned' it the water. The whole force of the army, with.the ex ceptioin of this detachment, had marched for Annesley Bay, tio ebairk for-India home ward ... -",. General Napier', second deslpatch--the latest tbo hand from this :offiier-,is diated the slet of June:' He herein informsithe Govern-. ment tbat the crown of Theodorus-theroyal ecrown *.worn o...

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THE ABORIGINAL (AUSTRALIAN) CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

TIIE ABORIGINAL (AUSTRALIAN) "CRICKtETEIRS.' Eleven'Aboriginal Black .Australians v.l Eleveen Gentlemen of ,Surrey Club: ,Nb truer test: of theihiterest taken by' t|?e puib-. lie in the performance of this: tcamn from the Antipodes cahi be ':afforded than that of 700P persons .ongregated, at the..Oval_on Mlay 25, when the first match of a series projected to be played in the three kingdoms came off.! Matny: 'add Icoinfurdd were; .,tlii? ideas generally entertaiiidd rdspecting these aborigiuals;, bothlas: regilrdsthueir' ri ckting acquirements and their ihvsical ,ouforlau tion. .Tliey represent the colonies of Vic, toria, Queensland, South :IAustralwia, and, New. South. ales.. Unfortunately, the best. men anmongst thie arty is abjiult: thrl'idgli illness:`' A't 1215 play comnenecid, ;dandads' the tiwo leading Suirrey batsumen,aiproahlwed the wickets the Blacks i'cicived theum with vociferous cheering., , Score- Surrey. Ci?b; first innings, 222;. Australians, first, inilngs 83; .secon...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S EXPECTED ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGII'S ' EXPECTED "A RRIVA L. . The Home News of June 2 says -The . Duke of Ediinburgli ;had inot ariviied in England froni Austraiaa at the dite of ipub'. lication of the Hlome News, but his Royal Highness was, daily expected. 'Nothing could have given greatci griatificatio i. ,to British loyalty than thespirit shown by all claoses in the Austialiak coloniies upion the mur'deirous attcmpt ?k'. th;e iý:retched 1.eniian O'Farrell. - But there :is a feeling of. regret mingled 'with the satisfaotioni ait ?the return" of the royal Duke, and that` aiises 'fonritheb disappoiintmenit which 1Neiv Zealand: must have experienced at the inability of his Royal Highness to sec for himiself tlie rVis ing kingdom` whose ,foundations have been laid by British industry ? l?d perseviranee in the three islands .,,It is certain that th?'de nionstrations, of `loyal: affection have, been sJch as to induce futurd royal visits, to the' Australian colonies, evens if the, Duke of Edinburgh ...

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY—JULY 25. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATUnIDAY-.JULY 25. BEFOsE the Police Magristrate. ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE, T,.o man, strangers to the district, were brought upi and charged with the above .and other -offences arising out of- a spree- on -the previous night. The accused called at 4LoD ergan's inn for drinks, and attempted to evade patyment, and.on the landlord .in:erfering one of them, who gave his name as* William Brown, struck himn. It so happened that the Foxlow police were taking dinner in an adjoining room at the tinme, and witnessing the assault pro ceeded to take the prisoner into, custody, who resisted, and a scuffle ensued. The other pri soner, Thomas Smith, interfering to rescue his mate was also apprehended. SSmith went quietly to the lockup; but Brown was very violent, and in his struggles torrn the. clothes of one of the police. It took the united force of several constables to convey him to the lockup. The prisoner Smith, for assaulting a constable in the execution of, his dut...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

NEWS BY THE MMLI (Per Grev?lle' Tdele ainC c;mpany.)" SYDNEY.. .rTC Talsdsy morirng: TUE Panama mailship Mataura., hasarrived with Eiiglish xi? ?ito June 8th, and 'ie ws from America to` June 9th. l1.R.I-I 'the Duke of Edinbutighihad riot; arrived in England on the 9tlhJune.' .1'" Hecr Majesty's health, was good. Great floodsa iad occurred inu Abyssini; six hundred+ natives were drowned. : The aimerlidineutin the Comlpuitiory Bill to includea the MaynootlY grants ,ws w ieject ed. -The Bill 'had passed :through. coinm m it te e , . m . .. . Mr Disrali ll Iad deciliin'ed to mdefend ex' Governor -Eyre, . Sullivan and" Pigott, the Irish editors, are released fiom jail. Violent thunderstorms :had occurred in JEngland ; many persons killed. Money plentiful. ' Australian securities firm. Wool steady, -: Iiigh :prices were obtained, at last sales for fine Sydneyflece. ' The Pope! has sent-an agent :to:: the: Uni ted States to' recruit for his 'army: Gari baldi wrote to, the Americanss aatan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

ANNUAL -STOCK I-TAKI NG. GREAT & UNRESERVED SALE AT THE QUEANBEYAN, Previous to Stook-,taking in September.? mHE undersigned begs to inform his friends in the; Queanbeyan district I£ that, in consequence of: his, annual atock;-taking in September, he. has resolved to ueduce his large ani well-assorted stock by untit that date. He would remind them; that this announcement is NO PUFF TO DECOY; THE U NIWARY! but a bona fide intention to reduce his stock to .scbh an enteat as tofacilitate the stock-taking in Segtember.' Hewillsell Best Congou tea, 2/ per lb. Very good tea, 1/9 . Fine coffee, 1/3 A SGood brown sugars34d .. Best yellow ,, .?d . ) .White crystals, 5td . Cowan and Israel's soap, 1/ per bar - Candles, 6d per 1b CD Fine currants,ld .d S Salad and castor oil, 9d per bottle ]Perfumed hair oil, 6d and 10ld Washing soda, 2d per lb M 10 Yarmouth herrings, 2/9 per tin C , Fiesh herrings, 1/3 Lobsters, 1/ r Sardines, 9d; large size, 1/ 1 C . Abernethy biscuits, 7d per tlb *,...

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Colonial Extracts. CENTRAL STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

0o!oninl . xtrzits. CENTRAL STOCK MARKE1TS. (From the Coitlburn7llerald,) .-ABOUT a week ago a meietiign of persons interested in the sale of-live stock was held in Sydney at wshich the- establishment -f central sale-yards was generally -advocated, and a resolition was' adopted setting forth that it was "desirable and necessary to es tablish a'mnctropolitan piblic market for the sale of cattle, sheep, anrd other:live stock;, and that the constructio:l andi niid manai&gcnht should be undertaken by the government." It was alleged that the ,corporation was hardly fitted and was- unable to undertake the matter; and that a; privante citerprise might establish central siile-yuids to which some pereotis might resort, it was to be hoped. that the government would consent to what was asked. Markets veiy propcerly, fall --within: the sphere of municipal duties. L- But.in th ccase of Sydney. it .were surely absurd to desirc or expect to have a market -for, the sale of stock within the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

HI.t.owAwy's PJLt.a.-Restnraldon to health ..-Whe "disetr.irredactieion is fist. noticedrl and eirly resort to theose purityirig pills will Pet all right again. They milriPve the appetite. ttengtlihen the stomach, an overtottmetl its tllfllnltiea. No medicitne is so well ailalltul fur tihe aedetnttrv andi studious: they fortiy tihe e'tvts an.ll, give universal aIone to the system. Slie thie . ntinutldy what it mny, Hlollowiay's puriftg plilt~ will thiute it severity antd abridge its duration They eutilact all ai;l.so?n.s nitters fro)is the blo. and ,xle a II grtosshmiours rom the frame. Billo!. fne"f?i?uleucy, musoes, distention., and constiprtion give N ay,,at once to three pills, which, acting throu th*. medium oif the cotiatitution. exercise a moat bene ficial tifluence over the entire body. Testimonial to Dr Hayley. A MAEETING will he held at the ELMISALL INN on TUESDAY, the 11th August next, at 2 p.m., for the purpose of forwarding bhe above. All aubscriptions are requested to ...

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The Age. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1st. 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

L.-- -.-- -__ SATURDA?, AUGUS lans , :1808. " But one case for being drunk-not worth report ing; being tile first olrence it was quite enough more than enotgh-to be fined 5s. It is n- doubt the law to fine or imprison, but we question the morality of the law (if moraliiy belongs to the law at all) to do the one or the otlher. A large amount of revenue is obtained irom publicans' licenses and the sale of spirituous hiquus and as the State lives to a grea extent upon the sale of such liquors, and mien and women too will get drunk-are licensed to get drunk--we may well questiln the nmorality of it.flicting even t fine Ifor being drunk. It robs the revenue, in the first instance, which to a philanthro pic governmlent is of seri u.; moment, and in the se cond robs the [lrur.katd's] family of his labourand of his nmoney. It is morality whsch the law cannot tnforce. thlough it may punish the breach. of it." Auslralian S:atndurd. OPINION has been expressed in cer tain quarters that the law ...

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Selections from Sydney Punch. AN ESSAY ON NOTHING. Ex nihilo nil fit —Poddellius of Bulmain. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

AN' ESSAY ON, NOTHING. -* Es a E hio nitl it -Paddllius of lalruaia w. - DOESN'T these!, =Well,.-dear .Punch arid Public, with all dire aeference to the profound widoam of this eighth ofrthe seven wise men of Sydney, aind with your?yermissionu, I'll see if I can't get some thing out of nothing, it it he but a column of non sense for yuur Iebduomad tl illuminator. And I feel pretty sure the greater part of your caustically-witty. and wittily-caustic i:antributtirs, will side with me in proving a reductio ad absurdum of the Poddelhlan aphorism. .Now put the case algebrarcally, arith metically, geonetricall,. and trigonometrically.-. - Given the present state of Sydney, to-find (on Friday) a PuNivu . This dune, as in alj~'eason we may lnticipite it will be, the argumeriris quashed, and Priddellius has nothing left to stand on, nothing to do but insert his stupid head in a bag, and take a back s'at for over after. Forl appeall toyou af, with the exception of the three hou,,rs tattitike ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

Every one his ow~h' Physician!* HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. F OR a period, of thirty years, in 'every country and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have established fihr them selves a lasting renown, such us no medicine ever, enjoyed before: and nowhere, perhaps, hliar they' been more appreciated than by Settlers; )ikggersa, aind Emigrants in the. Anstralian Colonies. Wlieakness and Debility. How many persons suffer from debility, without knowing the causes why they are feeble! 'lin. most cases the stomach is the aggressor. =Holloway's Pills' have long been famed Ibr regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestivetonne:: they are therefo:e confidently recommended: a-- a never-failing remedy in all cases where the'ronatlitu tion, fromn any cause, has become mwnilired or weakened. . Diseases of the lead and Heart. . - These formidable diseases are, unfortunalely, of frequent occurrence; for the most part they creep on gradually. but may be prevented ...

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THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

TIlE DERBY. S'The'?' event," of the English turf, the great-and- exciting:race for the Derby took pplace onr"May 20th on:'the Derby coaurse :t EiEsom'Downs. Its gradal iiapproaoh kept the world of Britain pleasantly agitated dur iiigthe last four or five weeks-just as its annual occurrence has since the year 1780 vlhiei Diomed took the first ribbon'-anid the advent of the morning was duly honored. All England turned out-the royal °" drag," the tradesman's *' trap," and cost crmonger's "cart?' being blended orii.thbe road to Derby meet:in:a truly demorcratic fashon. ' Merchants,. lawyers,, -;legislators,, .divine's, "touters,". '"welshers," -" high chu'rch," and-" low-church" men, "cracks men,"iDisraeli men,- Gladstone men; Irish,: British, and Scotch were miingled, and "Old England ' and the " perby?~"found :loyal nidl enth?siastic supporters'i the different ranks. ' ; . His Royal Highnessthel'rimnce ?of;Wales, with the other male representatives of the -Queen'st familysat present i...

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THE EXECUTION OF BARRETT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

THE EXECUTION Vo BA4RR1ETT (From the Ti,?a, May ?.) On the morning of the 26th of May, in the presence of a vast concourse of specta tors, 'Michael Barrett, the author of the ClexkenwelLexplosion, was hanged in front of Newgate.. The crowd was most unusu ally orderly.. Some laughed, some fought, seone preacbed, some save tracts, and some -?,?.. ,?, ? . .?,·-i,? ·? b L. :sang `hymns';l:but-what- may be called ?the general good lhumoured disorder of the crowd remaind remainedthesameand there -was laughter at the preached; or silence when an: open robbery was going on. None ..could' look on the scene, with all its exceptional quietness, without ia.,thankful: feeling ?that: this wiasito be thle 'last public?exeoition 'ii Englaind. Toviards 7 o'clock lthe nimass. ofi .people was immense, stretching up beyond St. Sepulchre's Church, and far back almost into Smithfield--a' great ssurgingimass"-of, ypfople which; in_ spite of the -arriers, kept swaying to and fro'like:wavi~g corn. The .conv...

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TUESDAY—JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

TuESDAY-JuLY 28. Before the Police Magistrate,, and Messrs Cunningham and Morton THE COUNCIL OF EDUCATION V.BIBtIDGJT, LENIIANE. This was an action instituted by the teacher of the recently closed Roman Catholic deno minational school at Micalago, under the di rection bf the Council of Education, for the recovery of the sum of 6/1.71J7, said to be due for school fees, viz., a balance of 17/6 due prior to October last, and a, balance ol £6 due since that'date. The deft n?ant, a widow, said to be a well to-do farmer, denied, the truth: of the infor mation. Mr Parr conducted the case for the Coun cil of Education, and called John Boland, was stated that, he was the teacher of tae late Roman Catholic denonsi national school as Micalago, undr'r the Coun cil of Education ; was teacher of the same school under the old system ; the school fees were fixed by the late denomihtion school board and approved of by the ConanciLof 1idul cation; the tfee was 1/ per week for each child ; it was opti...

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GREAT STORM IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

GREAT STORM IN ENGLAND. The first thunderstormn of the season which has visited London occurred on Friday, and was a very severe one. The second storm was far more violent. During the storm there was a great discharge of meteoric stones.       The Victoria Tower of the Houses of Parliament, besides several places of busi- ness and private residences, were struck by the lightning and partially damaged. Se- veral sheep were killed by the electric fluid. Many persons were also seriously injured by the lightning : one person being literally scorched on one side from head to foot, whose recovey is doubtful ; and another   was struck in the eyes, causing him to be totally blind for several hours. LOSS OF LIFE AT BIRMINGHAM. A frightful explosion took place at a fog signal manufactory in the neighbourhood of Birmingham on Friday during a severe storm of thunder and rain. At Saltly Mr. Lilly, who keeps a fog signal manufactory, was in a sh...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 1 August 1868

Colonial Extracts                   Mysterious Death.--Mr George Smith       a well known and respected resident of Goulburn, travelling from there: to Albury with loading, was found dead in his bed at Druinmond's public house, Bogolong, on. Sunday morning last. He arrived at Drum-   mond's on Saturday.evening, and got into company with a man namned Murphy, with whom it is reported he had a quarrel about some horses. Murphy: was then seen to give Smith somthing to drink fromna vial,   after which Smith went to bed ina shed in Drummond's yard; and on the Sunday mor- ning following he was found across   the bed, quite cold and lifeless. Constables M'Carthy: arid Smith went out to Bogolong, apprehended Murphy, and made arrange- ments to have the body of Mr Smith con- veyed into Yass for the pur...

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THE RESULTS OF FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

THE RESULTS OF FREE SELECTION. (Fom the Evening Star.) IT would be unjust to overlook the great ad vantage secured to the community at large by the enterprise of those who are bringing the land under cultivation and supplying a yearly increasing proportion of the breadstuffs re quired for the use of the inhabitants of the colony. A short time since there was an impression in commercial quarters that the price of breadstuffs would be high. Both in Sydney and in Melbourne an expectation of this kind was expressed. There seems to have been a misunderstanding as to the prospects of the wheat market in California, and the statement that only one vessel with a cargo of breadstuffs was leaving that country for Aus tralia seemed to indicate that we were not likely to have a very large supply from that quarter. At all events a large purtion of the supply in Sydney was in the hands of a few parties; and this fact alone would have been enough, if there had none come in, to cause a rapid and se...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. Multum in parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Mulltum, in parvo. TE sum of £19,165 18s. 4d. has already been' received towards the Prince Alfred Hospital fund. Of this amount upwards of £700 was collected in London. The Secretary is about to visit the various country districts with the view of affording the inhabitants information respecting the Memorial hospital. The President of the Protestant Political Association has predicted that Mr '"Forster " will never again have a chance of forming a Government." It has been decided that "where a toll is .taken for a 'bus, carriage, cart, &o., drawn by one =or more horses' passing and returning through a toll-bar," the gate keeper is not :authorised to charge extra if the horse or 'horses are changed on the return journey, the charge being for the vehicle not for the hor.ses. The Lord Bishop of Sydney holds a visita tion of the clergy of his diocese in St. Andrew's temporary cathedral, on Tuesday next, the 4th inst.' All the clergy are cited to appear. Mr.. S...

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