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

WEEKLY. CALENDAR. Dsy ol oP lt' lmu o Dsya of tae week. atiaýti~e San set, -g RAT AT n. ... .. Ag.5 6 43 .525 '26 UUN )AY I W42' 5."26 27 NfW flAY '.--7ý. 04 ._617 .--28 1UEfiA I 10 27 0 N'F.UKFSI) II ; 10" =, 6 38 ,b 28 1~ T ETINESU lY» . ~-""6 T .b 258 FRllDAY... " * :21. 36 , 5 29O "S m cn S P u te; Now moun 00 ~zUcSLr~y.h tbo~1~:0.Iq~a~alk.jw.p·.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

~llost .OW AY?s OSNTME NT AND I' l.-S. -Acertain remedy for diseases of thb skin, ringworm, scurvy. jaundice, scrutula or kinb's:evil, sore heads, and must inveterate skin diseases to which the human race is subject.. They ciannot he treated with so certain and speedy remedy os Holloway s ointmrnt and pills, which act so whnderfully on the constitution, and so purify the blood, that these diseases are eradicated from the-system, and a lasting cure obtained. Thley are equally efficacious in the cureof tumouri, burns, scalds, glandular swellings, ulcerois, wounds, r.hu matimir, .ind contracted and stiff joints. These medicines operate mildly: but suiiely...The :cure effected by them is not temporary or apparent only, but complete and permanent.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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THE MARKETS. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between 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 answerable for their correctness.] "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

TEE MARKE.TS. SUnl'ess odterwise expireisse, tide prices quotsd, in ,ls '"1. urticle are I*Aie its Cranirtv~tiuitArIehetee Ithe prudiue'r awl dth first( t.sorhasrr; n't at bg'w n ii' u.i a eat/er' t"a- t anltothter, imutch iae sk.t rretail, rices. 7T- :ragat. gtuotatl are 4tdtcre.1,P'jte rIst beas.t'isui.'ga -asLswhisle .tw..rslliJ ifuii Isa fount csst stsera,; btut it 'us, unoIrtaeut-Lotu l tin journal isa ot aisworubte r 55 ir 'curractite*.Jj "Aar:" U ri Oliar. Friillly cvorlns';; i; The following may 1,w taltun uas thu ctrretitL irne, or- the 1ites'itttu wek:-. lFlousr, Iper In.... Oliac £18 0. ,0 Seconds £1 0 =0 Whet'asat, p1:m. lest -lie! . 31 5. 0 . to U "=5: Brno, oiul bustit0l.....:0 1. 0( 0 '0' 0 4lt ..................... 0 8. C. ~ 0' 0 0:. .ltilzy ............ 0.. - Ii.. U 3 0 aI zey, _Lait . I. 3. 0 .. " ) , I). 1ott oesllii . is 'wL t aunt. U (1 . . 8 " t . flutstet p.tl It. .....e U U'. 8" ~ '0' 0 IIhler(,I, p'',l' l..r....... U ` " U U.. i 0. = 0. 0: -; Uett'asu.lper I...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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The Age. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

s?TURD.AY A?Ul GUbST 15th. 1888. IT has been ramoured in quarters where relianuc may be placed that the present Ministry intend to introduce a. new land bill immediately upon the reassembling of parliament, and, that they,. will place thereon the "hazard of the die," ''and, if ' defeated, resign offlice. Now with all due regard to the acts of the Ministry during the past session, we do not see that a more wise determination could have emanated from their councils during the recess Then, again, the recent, decision arrived at by the Supreme Court .in the case of MfATE and NUaENT is certainly one of the greatest importance as showing that the Land Laws should bh amended so as. to meet like cases occurring without the in terposition of legal-proceedings, and thus 1 avoid those heavy costs which as in the case alluded to, will fall opn one or other party most heavily,, and that through a 1 misconstruction of the law and the rela '. tive legal position of a possessory .title J now' at la...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

LATEST?'. INTELLIGENCE. [PER OREVILL.' TE I"RAWM COMPA Y] SYDNEY. ... W . . ednesday. Parliament has been further prorogued by proclamation to 15th 'September. The timne for ils meeting for the -espatck of busirness is not named in. the proclamation. It is reported that 'thd Government do not propose to qanend .the Tfeason Felony" Act. It .is stated that the Acts is to be retu:.ned .n. amended for the Queen:s assent, .and will operate until eal?essl?y ilseallooed. , The course taken by1 the Colonial Treasurer in the case of Mr Dihntnen. has been approved by. the :xzecutive .Council. The 'ltter m at issue ibilhM'M Duncan nnay not be determined for another wleek ior t?,d, bitt it is stated in well inf, nmed circlet'sthat, the Gover'nment contemplate in any event to make the Ordllec torship of .ustoms a political qffice, as it is in the other colonies. The ship Liberator, w;inch; sailed f.or Lon don yesterday, took atoniyst1 other cargo 1204 bags maize, shipped by leairmouth, Dickinson...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Selections from Sydney Punch. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

* 0q!s tiollly I:012 1sndnln4gu1llnfic . Shnake off- the ilnastor them. rts off ttheirnst oft hemia, Furbish the littlelrs or guilt that he wore: See bow ttley galled him thlere, mangled aid mauledl' bum there, - Wealinag l heir weright in thel dark diays of yore, Rtake i'p elll ratl of hi;' now at the halt of hid . Wenry li*i -journiy, let all lie Ihil tiara- EIach slmiubllu und trip, of Ihis, sorrow iand slip or The qiilarry is fallen--il, talons, and tear! .: vowv hadl he Iarmed you that nothing isauzme ini you? .No setise ol of slrrow, onr urrice,'P or year Nio fi idhw-lik eg olig or wolundls beyond Itheialin Noi pity for wriong? and no mercy for Etears? 'Notl. thoi tshie Indlll.orf his, not tIhla. daatlenlhhidof his, Not Iha lih.ong lalnour of birhin tid oif hand, Naiy, nir the mnisemory 'hailtied in our history, Savcd froln the clarrion vulture, our BlaUnd'. Still, tie it. granted, if feeling you wantedsl O'er the grave of our friend, you displayedl I' els?evhere, And lavishel...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL. RULE I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

)ULES AND REGULATIONS U OF THE QUEIANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL. RULE I. The Institution shall :be designated the Queanbeyan District Ilospithal, and shall hale for its objects,-to pruvide medical aid, attendance, and mnaintenance for diseased and wounded persons, who iare unable to procure the same in houses of their own; and to afford relief to the aged and. infirm. RULE -II. The Institition shall.be under tile man agenlent of a president, treasurer, secretary, and committee, such colmmittee being choseni as far as possible from :subscribers in the principal parts-of the district. RULE III. When practicable, two paid medical offi' sers shall be attached to the Institution who shall be ex oficii members of the committee. RULE IV. The ofileers and milembers of the. com mittee shall ,aeei for 'the purpose of cngag ia.g attendance, pr? iding., furniture and stores, and :ge.neirally watching over and prmlintiht the interests nid efficiency of the Institutioi, oli the first Tuesday in JuIn...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

(BY ELECTRIC TELEaRIPr.] , Friday afternoon. K Thee resignation of Mi Pe~mell's seat ini the Leislative Assembly has b en received from that gentleman by the' English mail. Helen Mac Dougall, the paramour of Burke, of Burke. and Hare notoriety, Edin burgh, has been burned to deatl/ at Single ton. -

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

QrEAI]NNEAN POST 015E. TINE TABLE'. Svdn11py, 0iii A ?I A M3 A 3 !' 4 ... 4 . 4-. Sry.1,ry. 0ii1 ('nnt*·;; P . .. P. 3 P33 (Aillind/PInI1· } 103U 1039 ()t011 Gind.laro. .. J Itmanrl!,:1, .... (8) .. 639 . 0.3 ... 6 .30S (7ooma. J LanyLn . ... ..... 6.30 ..30 6O30 API. AM. Lrnidwood . 0.. 080 9 3 Snunitiwn r moad {'i1 Y.. .... .. . . A nlV.ci. or· 'IAllR r rlmr POST TUW".5. Sm: . 9I,., I'I:r Fri I'. .i 1, ca P 3I ... P.M ... P.Y. iII Itg:.I sure . J v.iyilii..y vial ~ lillnllarl~n.. .. 1 PSI SI P.2'. Canberra.:... J Cnoma.. . 31 A. dU . ...A 8 Mlimalago ... JJ Lnnvon ...:.... 10 10 ... .. 10 lrwnil ..... .:. ... '... 5 10 ... 5830 Southern road. Pm. P A. riaYrcr .....111'.{t) ... 11'"?:I'

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REMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publication:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

REMITTANCES RECEIVED SSince last pulication r From Mr Jones, -Foxlo w (par :Mr Barnoct? ) 8/; Messrs Finlay and Co., Goulburn, £2/10.

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THE 'AGE' SUPPLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

THE 'AGE ! SUPPLEMENT. We regret that we fare compelled, through circumstances over whsich we had no control, to delay thl/ publication of our Supplement to a later hour in the day. T.ose of cur country subscribers wsho do -?oi receive it with this issue may expect it by, the frllolo ingpost.

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THE ABORIGINAL CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

TIlE ABORIGINAL CRICKETERS. TuE AnOIRTGINAL ELEVEN V. TLtr GEN rLEIMEN OF KENT.-This mnatch wias coot menced at the iKent County Ground, Gravesend; on June 2, the gentlenines going first to the wickets, sending in in Messrs o gers and I:ind?'ay to the 'bowling of Mul lagh uail Cozens. Maillagh bowled Roger inhliis first' over for -an egg. Mlr Norton then took the bit, and the score was hit up to 4-1, when Mlr Norton was bowled by Lawrcnc', who had succeeded Cozens at the upper wicket. After which event Mr E. A. White follo'ed on,fand- sonic capital play -ensued-the result c.f the innings of the gentlemen being 298. . Mullagh :bowled iwell throughout the match. At 'a qnarter past 6; o'clock the Blacks sent Tiger' and lRed Cap to bat, to the bowling of Lipscomnb and. Norton and, after a tOw overs, Tiger was cleverly caught by White, off Lipscomb, for 3. On the following day, in hi. fiirst innings, Mullhigh was bowled (off his pail} the first ball he received, but lie played good crick...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

oltoniai Oxtracts. Ti E. GEELONG IN a- CI?'.cE.-- O0C tlhe 7thl July, during her upv:wardl pmssage t; , Point de Guls, and in latitude 14*2 S.;, Ioii.; Sgitude 95 degrees E., the.steaCmship Gdeloug Eill iin with a cyclone. For three days pre.;. viously had e~xperienced unusu.adly strong trades (Ihaaagi'ga to the eastward) with very Ieavy rain, but on the forenoon of the 7th the breeze:freshenrid considerably, with very. laird cqialls and coiitinuous helcvy rain, ba..'" rometer falling rapidly. At 11 n.m. it fell: suddenly chla for three or four minutes, arnd the ship w:s then struck by ai whiilwind oah thce port bow, itaking everythiang aback.: As quickly as possible sail was shortened, and by noon the wind had baicked: round to thi:: .E., so the foresail, foretopnanst, staysail, and trysails were set ; squalls at this time; very heavy and raiining i torrents; every thing was made snug on deck and aloft, there. being now unmistakable signs of a cyclone, and the wind hauling graduall...

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WARD REGULATIONS. REGULATION I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1868

WARD REGUrA'TIONS. ItI GUI.VPL'ION I. All I):aniI~IIt shaIlI wihop rconvialescent, with till. Jer.:gaisonn nt* the ai~cilicerl officers, be rjhligit~l to trssist. in cli:aniug the wards rind ni heir ri *t rr1urra cr .r the, Iiusp)itiil, 0pi' 'aSsist I11 iIIIV ut~icEr Cte.~e.lly work nnt injurious,. manr)'l ight l~'darulraiI operations tinder the iirectilrm ~af the sle rlraaintenildeat or matron. $III UL : I ION It: No patienot Iha.1re allowed..to. make tea in the ward ord to to hr.ir brA with boots or sahoes on i,. Nn." p)ticnt shall.ix be aluiwed Ifb o" t de beyond, the prdnucts. of. the hospital, wvith out-the permission, of the medical officers: or matron.. IEGUJ[ATION IV. No smoking Lhull b'e alloweid within the hospital nor uncleanly habits be periiitted, nor shall any wines or spu.its be introduced except by direct order of the medical officers. REGULATION. V. Insolence will not be tolerated froam any patient. REGULATION VI. Every patient shall be obliged to siLmitL to any reg...

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

CURES FOR DISTAaT FRIEND~S ! Holloway's Ointment. rl' lllE cura'tive properties of this won 1 dlaI (ail llllltet alie SIl universatl that the Set Itil e?t shol kInow that, bly 1u18ing It, any wound, any llrs. ally ert. llnl"y ii maptlianl, lachesl r pains, can, I) thias ini:hty * " lit-hal nil," be qaickly. remaioed: I,. that ir. the'l.nstralian c:,lonisa (as elsewher"e) it is rtqiuently auid that S Hlere is ai cure fur all !" Glandular Su'llitls. Branchiis, lrrunps, Quinse,. I Sure '"louti, ana Diitheria. - Ih ally of lilt above diseasC'. ilnllnediate and per m'ient reliehf is obtnined by el|ieftually ruhbing this dl.te'genil inlltatlellt. twice at day, ulpoln the .iclik. chest. andt hark. It nts lupon tihe very latinsprinlgs of lii,: fir itiongh Ihe gnlnds pla?s all new nattlt'er required fir the hitly's replural ti'in and till old parai cleit detiimlial ti its prIrival'ation. 'Thlie (O)intmentll, tl.id rlnonitlliy with IItlowayv's Pili., will altt a. eatcchlitgly tld etl.lainly a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. [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 answerable for their correctness.] "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 August 1868

THEMARKETS. [Unless "theroise expressed, the prices quoted in rthia1 article pare those in transactions between thle producer' and the first purchaser ; nit as between one dealer;, and another, much less the retail prices. T·he ratr.sia quoted are gathered from the best sources available- generally from the local pacers'; but it mu.t bi *.understood that, this fournal is not answerable jor their correctness.j "AOE" Office, Prilay-e;vening The following may be taken as the:eurrent prleee': of the present week:-- .-*: - . Flour, per ton... fine £18 0 0 seconds £17 Wheat, per bushel .. O.5 0 , to 0 :5 Bran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0:: : Oats ............... 0 0 - 00 ._0 Barley ............... 0 8-6 ,, O: 0 0 .0 Maize ............... O 0 ,, 0 8_"3 8 Flay, per Lon ......... 3 0 0. ,~ 0 ?. 0 1: Potatoes,perowt,new 0 .3" 0 , O 8 Butter, per lb....... D 0 8 ,? : 0 1 Bacon,perlb. ......... O 0 . ,, 0 0 COhese, per lb. (none) . 0 0 ,, O 0"0, Eggs, per dozen.,.... 0 T 0 ,, O :-0?,' R I O F...

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WARD REGULATIONS. REGULATION I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 August 1868

WARD REGULATIONS. REGULATION I. All patients shall when convalescent, with the permission; of the niedical officers, be obliged to assist in cleaning the wards 'and other apartments of the hospital, or assist in any other necessary work not injurious, and in light gardening. operations under the direction of the superintendent or matron. REGULATION II. No patient shall be all6wed to make tea in the waid or to be in bed with boots or shoes oin. S REGULATIONIII. No' patientishall be-allowed to wander beyond the. precincts of the hospital, with out the permission of. the medical officers or matron. REGULATION IV. No smoking shall be allowed :within, the •hospital nor uncleanly habits be peirmitted;' nor shall any wines or spirits be introduced except by direct order of the medical officers. REGULATION V. Insolence Will not be tolorated from' any patient.;?'?. , SREGULATION,VI. Every patient shall be obliged to submit to any regulations that may be 'made from time to'time by the committ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 August 1868

Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. 1 OR a period of thirty years, in"every. • country and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have established for them selves a lasting renown, such as no medicine ever enjoyed before:. and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appreciated than by Settlers, Diggers, and Emigrants in the Australian Colonies. 11eakness and Debility. -How many persons suffer from 'debility without knowing the causes why they are feeble! In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills have long been famed for regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; they are therefo:e confidently recommended as a never-failing remedy in all cases where the constitu tion, from any cause, has become impaired. or weakened. Diseases of the Head and Heart. These formidable diseases are, unfortunately, of frequent occurrence; for the most part they creep on gradually, but may be prevented by proper precau tions. H...

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The Age. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 August 1868

SA 7'UJIDAY, AUGUST 22iui, 1O8. WTE observe by the Vagga WTVagga .press that a most .unwarrantable and cowardly assault has been committed upon: theI editor of that journal by a magistrate of tl;e territory who liad taken offence at some article that had appeared in his journal,; and we are led to the opinon that if this- kind of proceedings is ever tolera ted in any shape or form the journalist may bid adiou to the freedom of the-press. According: to the erroneous idea of the gcnt.'eman assailant, an editor must not even by inference approach the question of who is, or who is not, 'a fit person to be chairman at a dinner given in honour of -a visit by the representative of the Crown at a particular place, and anything uponl the snobbery of individuals must not be hinted at. The nobility of. some individuals sometimes has a show of ex ternal grandeur, where the purse exhibits a fulness (which in these times is of rare occurrence) to the delighted eyes of com mon humanity; but, notwi...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 August 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. EPER OBVJILLE'S TELEGRAM. OOMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. It is reported that the Executive Gouncil has sanctioned the reduced scale of. charges for the Great Northern Railway, and that it will in all probability be proclaimed next week. MW Fairfax has coimnenced an action against MrL Frederick Lee for his placards respecting the obituary notice, of the Herald on the late Dr Bland. It is stated ."ir Lee has disclaimed any imputation on the private character of MAr .Zaifax. The legal proceedings of the Government against the Freeman's Journal are being continued. Mir Parkes is to address his constituents at Kiama on Monday. Mr S. Lyons, of Parramatta, formerly one of the members for Canterbury, will probably be a candidate for the seat about to become vacant by the resignation of MIr Pemell. Mr R. AL. TF. Johnson's. lecture on Thackery, delivered yesterday evening at the Temperance Hall, was well attended and much admired.. Mr Johnson intends to de liver lectures in ...

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