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

Agricultural, Pastoral, and -Mining Agency. W~T HANSON,having openedanAgency "" for, transacting business in Sydney, for Landed Proprietors, Free Selectors, Leaseholders, Miners,'and Pastoral Tenants of the Crown, solicits the patronage cf those who are engaged or interested in these pursuits. . V..HANSON'S long connection with the Govern mont departments, and for eight years part-pi oprietor and editor of the' Empire' daily journal, has given him great facilities for expediting business with the Government Departments on-behalf' of those whose distance from the seat of power precludes a personal application.q.. W. H. purposes to conduct all matters connected with'the'Acts of 1801 for the Sale and Lease:of Crowni Lands, and of Torrens' Real -Property .Act, and he feels confident that his intimate knowledge of the working of these Acts will enable him to be of great service to all .who may entrust him with the tranisaction of their business.- ': 'Charges will be strictly moderate and...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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WARD REGULATIONS. REGULATION I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

WARD .REGULATIONS.; ;.. : REGULIATION ;I. SAll patienits shall when coinvalesccnt; ,ith the permmission. .of the medical loflicersi; be obliged to assist in cleaning the. wards: arid' 'other apartmeiqts of, Ithe hospital,; .or assist uin any otlhe necessaiy iork linot 'injurious, and in lighlt gardeningigoperations under the directioniof the superintendent:or matron:. : R:IGULATION' II:' No patient shall be alloiwed to make tea in:the ward or to be in bed, with. boots, ori shooeson. .REGULATION III.,: SNo patient shall- be allowed ;.to handdei beyonid the precincts obf the hospital, awith out thelpcirmission -of' the ,imedieail officer or matron;',. " . .iNo, smokding ,hall be allowed withini tihe hospital nor!uncleanly liabits be permitted, nor'shall any wines br spirits be introduced& except by direct order of the inedical officers. REGUILATIONIV. ' -;." Insoleiice will not be tolciated from-- any! patient Every -;atient shall be obliged to sub'mit to any- regulations that...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday afternoon.   The Geelong, with the English mails, is expected to arrive at eleven to night. The Governor, the Countess, and the Hon. J. Martin are passengers per Geelong. The Marulan trains were crowded yester- day. Four Ministers, twenty Members of Parliament, and the Mayor and Aldermen of Sydney were present. About two thousand persons met the train at Marulan, where a grand luncheon was given.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL. RULE I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

iTULES .-;AND;: ~ fJEGULATIO N S.: O1 S-THE QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT' HOSPITAL: ; The Institution shall be designiated= the Queanbeyan District. 'o'pita], "and'.'shall have for its objects, to provide medical aid;. attendance, and' maiitenancr e for diseaseas and'wounded persons,, who' are" unable: to procure the same in houses .of' their own 3; and :to affor~Fdrelief ito ,theraged aaiid:. infirri. -:2 :RULE= I The 'Institution shall be utinder the iman agement of' ai 'pr sideit trcasuiei, secretary, and committee,, such. Q9mmittee being chosenl as far as tpossible fromr subscribers in -.the piricipal parts of telidistrict . . :.When practicable, two Lpaid nmedical 6offi sers shall be attached to the Institution who shall b'e x oficio members of the committee' RULE IV. The officers an'd'memnbers of the com mittee: shull meet for the purpose of engag-. ing attendance, providing furniture ;.and stores: and "generally`'watching over and promotifg i the interests anid efficiency of the Iinst...

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NEW ACCOUNT OF THE DEATH OF KING THEODORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

NE.)W ACCOUNT OF TLHE DEATH OF, KING THEODORE. "'Theodore did not commit suicide.. HI-av-' ing witnesscd 'tle decstruction of: his army, and'having searched death in vain' amid ball and shell,,;wlien hc:siiiv tlhchead of ithe en :emy's coluimn crown the breach, 'hef undder stood that his last-hoiir- was come'; :lie:saw :that resistance wvas impossible, and that .he he was about to be made prisoner.. This re. flection made him roarf(rgirg). If the Eng lish captives had been still in his poweritheir death would have been certain. : In a'fit of fury 'or rather:madnesslhe ordered:their ex termination; forgetting: that they- were free in the Eng ish ceanp. '.On seeing his jpower fleeing from him with :the blood of-his'sold iers, contemplating his empire destroyed; his dynasty overturned, his reigni finisbed;-', two streams-of-,teers' 'coursed down his: cheeks; the inuscles of his face and chest weie con taacted 'with pain,:'and hlislimbs writhed -i nmute despair. : H'"is bitter suffering...

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

CURES FOR DISTANT FRIENDS ! Holloway's Ointment. rplHE curative properties of this won L derful Ointment are so universal that tho Set tler should know that, by using it, any wound, any ulcer, any sore, any eruption, aches or pains, can,'by this mighty. "Heal all," be quickly removed ; so that in the Australian colonies (as elsewhere) it is frequently said that 'L Here is a' cure for all!' " Glandular Swellings, Bronchltis, iMumps, Quinsey, Sore Throat, ana Diptheria. In any of the above diseases, immediate and per. manent relief is obtained by effectually rubbing this detergent Ointment, twice a day,. upon the neck, chest, and back. It acts upon the very; mainsprings of life; for through the glands pass all new matter. required for the body's reparation and all. old. parti cles detrimental to its preservation. The Ointment, used conjointly with Holloway's Pills, will act so searchingly and certainly as to effect cures: in the' most hopeless cases. Rheumatism, Lumbago, COntraleed an...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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NEWS BY THE MAIL. (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

NEWS BY - THE MAIL. (lPe1.GruviluasiTdegream Cuomp iny.) •.P:Thursday is proclamedla geneoral holi The, Belvidere has arrived from Cali-, fprniivith ,30 tons of breiadituffs Ti' P. and 0. Company's steamier; 'G'oe liog,`:'has: ii'rivedi at' `Adelaide with- the - Eiglishli' maii li briigini" London ':dkates dodwnto Jiuly 15 `P1riWe' 1fred ihadilanided at Portsmiouth in rdoiust health.l"' ;' .There were great rejoicings.on lthe oc' casion,i aniid generd thianksgiving offered iin all pliaces.of - vorship. The Royil family are n ell: The Princess of "Wales hd vgiven`: birth to a son. .Prince Micdiael, of Servia, is assaissi tiiurned to tlie Houseo-f Commons for aimienidmient The 'Prmipi trial'iand e"kecutioi fi of O'Farireli ha'd girventi gdenieral'satisfactiion ' The great rifle niatchli s Vwonby Seri geniit .Lynch, of Sydn'ey 7 The Austrailian aboriginial,. cricaiDters were everyi;wheild :uttery'delfeated.; A: comxpli miitary dinnerL was:d giveni to Sir John Yoiings ':'Mr Heinnesssy i...

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FREE SELECTION v. CROWN GRANTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

FREE, SELECTION v. CROWN GRANTEES. A VERY important decision was pronounced; in the Supreme Court, Sydney, on Tuesday last, in the case of Mate v. Nugent. Its effect was that a grant from the Crown, in fee, of land in lawful possession of a free selector who (although not long enough in such possession to claim a title in fee) has made no such de fault as would authorise the Crown to resume possession, will not entitle the grantee to bring ejectment against such free selector. In other words, that the possessory right of the con ditional purchase, or free selector, who has made no default as to any of the conditions of his purchase, is good, from first to last, as against the Crown itself, and all titles derived therefrom. Further question as to the right of free selectors to hold pre-emptive leases remains to be determined.--(S.A. Herald, July 29.) SQUATTER V. FREE SELECTOR-A motion involving questions of much interest to free selectors, and even more to squatters, was yesterday he...

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ADVENTURES OF A MOUNTED TROOPER. No. I. TWO BY HONORS AND THE ODD TRICK. (A Scene in a Sydney Gambling Saloon.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

ADVENTURE?8 OF A MOUNTED TROOPER. No. . Tivwo BY IONoRS AND' TlrE ODD TRICK. (A Se?io ,in a Sydney Gaa?nblin? Saloon.) :VHBn I. was quartered in Sydney in the year 1855, that city did fiot wear the dull, quiet, Enfiglish market-town appearance' that it does. at present. ;Theogold fever was then: at its h:leight and bright shlirted diggers firom Ophir, "Bathurst, and othiir, ihiland. gold fields wore still the lions of George and Pitt Streets, aind the principal personages whmio.the caterers .,f .public amuusement sought to please. They w ere rough fellowvs most of them, but the ma -jority honest, alid not a few poesesing.gentle blood aid ani University education. There were, . however, as a, matter of course, many rogues amongst theri and some villains of the deepest dye. Many of this class were always to .be met with, in the neighbourhood of* Cambridge and Kent Streets, and .at night in" the many low play houses and gambling rooms that were so prevalent in the locality of B1rickfie...

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY—AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

Local and District News.       COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY—AUGUST 3. PETTY LARCENY. —James McCurley, who had been arrested by the Foxlow police, was brought before their worships the police magistrate and Dr Morton and charged with stealing a pair of blankets, the property of Joshua Wilder. The prosecutor, who is a sawyer, having a hut at his pit in the Molonglo ranges, and was in the habit of leaving his hut from Saturdays sill Mondays, to spend the Sunday with his family, had frequently missed sundry articles which had been abstracted from his hut in his ab- sence —amongst other things his blankets. Prisoner was suspected, and eventually arrested by the police as he was leaving his residence on a shearing trip, with the identical blankets in his swag. The pro- secutor swore to the property as being his ; and in his defence the prisoner asserted that he bought them from a man who was travelling. The prisoner was convicted, and electing to ...

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OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO MARULAN. WE are indebted to the courtesy of the ed- itor of the Goulburn Herald for the follow- ing :-The railway extension to Marulan was officially opened on Thursday by the Hon. the Minister for Works. The other members of the Ministry, except Messrs Martin and Isaacs, were also present, as well as the President of the Legislative Council and the Speaker of the Assembly. Mr Whitton, engineer in chief, the French aind Spanish consuls, the mayors and aldermen of Sydney and Goulburn, the Rev. Dr. Lang, the Hon. G. Allen, and many mem- bers of the Assembly. A vast number of people from Goulburn were present. Three trains arrived from Sydney-the first with Ministers and their friends; the second with members of the Civil Service, who were brought and taken back free; and the third with the public in general. The three trains brought altogether about 800 persons; and probably there were not less than 200 on the ground. An address from the municipal council of ...

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THE ROADS OF THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

THE ROADS OF THE INTERIOR. THERE can be no question but that the want of attention paid by the Government of New South Wales to the roads of its interior has been the primary cause of our colony's having been beaten in the race by other and far younger ones. Our internal communication is simply wretched. We have travelled over the deserts of Africa, the prairies of America, the pampas of New Mexico, and over some pretty fixers of ' corduroy' roads in the southern States, but we never had so much jolting and discomfort as on the coach roads of this colony when once Sydney is left some 100 miles or so in the rear. Government should gravely reflect before further complicating their railway undertakings, for those already in being are fully equal in extent to our present requirements; better indeed had it been if the vast sums expended upon many of them had been spent upon our ordinary roads instead. Railways may be all very well in their way, but our four or five little lines, stretchi...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 8 August 1868

O 0lo ll t i ,tr lt q i .- ' Cooa JAIL.-It is somewhat unusual now a-days to hear of the- foundation stone of a jail being laid with all due' ceremoney, but nevertheless such a circumstance did take place in Cooma on Monday last. For some time past a large number of men have been employed in preparing the base work or level of the building, and this having been comple ted it was determined to lay the foundation stone on Tuesday' last, but dircumstances arose which rendered it necessary to perform the ceremony on the day previous, therefore it it was not so generally known as might. have been wished. The spirited contractor, Mr Setchell, imported a block of freestone from Sydney expressly for this purpose; and having worked the stone in a very nice wpy.. with a cavity in the centre, in which was deposited -a ,number of the current coins of the realm- to 'gether with a copy of the Monaro'- Mercury, covered by a sheet of plate glass. Everything being in readiness, our respected townsma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

i Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. ýI OR a period of thirty years, in every I.. countrly and cliane (nut even excepting China le unit Tartarty)., these Pills have establishedl lair the, d seveas a laatiag renown, sluh as no manriicinel ever enjoyed before: andi n,)whla.re. Iperhlaps. havle they aI ben mrlll appraeciated lhaiIn bhy Sn.tlalers, l)iggers, and Emlligrants in the Aaustrlalian Clllnies. 5. Ieaknesa and Debility. Is How many pers'aons Sluftar from dlhility wilholut ( knowing the causes why they are faeblo!" II most cases Ihe stornmtchis the aa?resspar. Hlllhiway's Pills Phave, ltng lbee fmed l iar regtlactine. a disordereds Sstlmnach, anrd restoring its healthy lilgesa.ve ltne : I hey arre. lhalreli:e con fl:ierltly recemmendlledn at a unever-lhilinlt remnedy in all cases where the noanllll - t lon. fromn any cause, lhas becalae lanpai?red or 's weakenud. I Diseases of thle Hle and ral eart. S These firnidhlble diseases.c are, ntlfrtaantely. of freyent aneanr...

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THE QUEEN AND MR VIAL'S MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

TILE QUEEN. AND MR; t .VEAL'S lVe Icarn(-oall *gol lautholrity, that hlc' Mlajest)y Qi';cen Vitoraia h agiven ian ailtalilty of £ -l. it year'to the i nu her of Mr Vial. The clervgymian of tlhe parish iii which il is Vial likes, Cnaseware4 inI Corniwall, on see. ii - the news of the Duke of Edi'iibor;la's dalocer anzd esceape, wraite to i ,fatirau aci Mat. jasty that the iaaither of ilr· Vial was there andtE thjiln in matioiiintituu w'is manauediaaely aes.. juwaded to by the grailt of the annia ity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

GREVILLE AND COMPA NY, A GENCIES for Messrs IIARRILD AND SONS..London. have on SALE Super royal, demy. and post falio Albion presses Screw Iron standing presses. 3, 21. and 13 inch Royal, double-royal, double-demy. and double-crown Imposing irons and stout frames with drawers Royal. demy, and crown wrought iron chases Super royal and demy cast iron moulds Cylinder inking tables, heading and job chases Royal. demy, and crown hroadsid chases Super royal, demy, and crown parchments Royal, demy. foolscap, royal folio, demy folio, and job roller irons and stocks 535 Ihs assorted metal furniture G. and Co. are prepared to Indent upon most lib ral terms Steam and hand printing machines Lithographic and copper-plate presses and material of every description. Pound Sale. rPWO BULLS will be sold. at. the JL Queanbeyan Pound .Yards on Thursday next. August 20th. Brands Branch, Registrar General's Office. Sydney, 10th August, 1868 Registration of Brands. A PPLICANTS dissatisfied with the mo dit...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

NEW ZEALAND. TIE THAMES GOLEFIELD. -1500 OUNCES OF GOLD FROM SIXTEEN HlOURs CRUSuINO. TuE Thames Advertizer of July 21 says: Hunt's battery was started about noon yesterday, with the poorest stuff on the claim in order to fill up the boxes, and give the richer quartz and the battery a better test. After several hours work at this, eight head of stampers were lifted, and the single set of four-head filled with specimens mixed with inferior stuff. When the battery had been at work two hours, the stamper box became over-charged with amalgam, and the second battery was started in order to.relieve it. Two hours afterwards the person feeding at the hopper at the back of the machine found that he could not get the quartz into the stamper box he called to the engineer to at ,p the machinery, under the impression that something was going wrong. On examina. Lion it was found that the opening where the quartz is put in is thoroughly stopped up with amalgam, and nearly 100 'l weight was taken o...

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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRINCE ALFRED. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 8th August, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

THIIE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION . .OF i ~l1NC15 ALFRIED.. (From a Government OGinLtte E~: raordinary, issued! :on Saturday morning,) Colonial Secretary's"Office, Sydnlcy, 8th AugnSt, 8G81 HIs Exccllncy the Governit'r directl.s'. the publication, for general itiforutiori, of lithe followingtdespatch firoi: thie Riglit .llonoru ble the Secretary of 'State for the Colonies, conveying to her M?ljersty's subjects, in. this. colony, thle. grLflcoiilos eipre of her , ell-. tillnents ili rcIl;ence to tlhe attemnlpteld assas si.ittioin fof his lRyal Higlhness tin Duke, of Edinburgh . :.. HENRY PARKES. SDowning street, 18th June, 1868. Mly Lord,-Ilhave laid .bhfoe the Quen your despatches, Nos. 35 and 36,; of the 27th March and 1st April, in which you transniit the nurneroui addresses and reso lutions occasioned by the alttempted assassi-: nation of his Royal Highness the Duke. of Edinburgh. 1 am to inform you, that not only does ihe Qneen appreciate in the fAillest isaunner the expressio i of ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

TO CORBEESPONDENTS. BUSUMIAN.-Received, ..The Gambler's Ftoe."

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY—AUGUST 11TH. (Before the Police Magistrate and Dr Morton.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

. Ioal nndt diitriiqt c qw .' COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY-AUGUST 1ITli. (Before.the Police Magistrate and Dr Morton.) THE SHEEP IsPPEC TOR V. CUNNIN?sIAx.-This case, -an Information for not legibly branding certain sheep-which had been adjourned fromi the previous fortnight, again cinme on for hearing. The defen dant'a case was continued, and although he brought forward no fresh evidence, Mr T'. Rutledge made a statement in his favour as to the injury done to the fleece by the re-branding of sheep. The effect of 'Mr Rutledge's statement was that one of the mnugis trates (Dr Morton) felt it to be Ihis duty to dismiss the caseo; the police magistrate, on the other bhand, was inclined for a conviction ; under these circum stances, the case was lett unadjudicated, the bench intimating that there was nothing to pi'event the case belng commenccd de novc before other magis trates. Fsas.-Two bushmen, named Smith and Rule whilst lately employed il getting tlmber somewhere between, the (...

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