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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILBS. FOR a period of thirty years, in every untry and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have established for them selves a lasting renown, snch as no medicine ever enjoyed before: and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appreciated than by Settlers, Diggers, and Emigrants in the Australian Colonies. Weakness 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 therefore 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 Read 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. Holloway's...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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ARRIVAL of THE PANAMA MAIL. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY. Monday, 9.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

-ARRIVAL of THE PANAMAX MAIL. [rim ELECTIC- TELictiAonr,] SYDNEY. Muiiday,, #*2O u.m.~ The Panama mailship -Knikouisa has ar rived, bringing London ,dates down to 8th. July, and American dates to July 9th. Charles Lever, the novelist, is dead. France repudiates war, and Austria is disarming. The brother-in "law of Prince Michael, of Servia, is executed for supposed complicity in the Prince's assassination. Harvest prospects in England are good; There was immense enthusiasm on ,the entrance of Prince Alfred into Windsor Castle and his meeting with the Queen. President Johnson has issued 'a general amnesty to the southern rebels. A tidal wave has occurred throughoist the New Zeaiand coast, dniatingn the ship ping. A sharp shock of an earthquake has been fMltat Wellington. At Valparaiso the stocks of ebradstuffs was considerably reduced. Two ships had sailed from Valparaiso for Sydney with brendstuffs. Seven vessels were loading for Australia. London wool sales had exhibited an imn pro...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

LATEST INTETLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'B TELEGRAM OO IPA.NYJ Wednesday. The Colonial Secretar yhas intimated his intention of playing before Parliament papers fihich will verjify his statement" that the at tempted assassination of II R.BI the Duke of Edinburgh was the result of a conspiarec,, and that one of the conspirators ubhose fidel ity was suspected was murder ed. M1r Wilson, the Minister fr; Lands, is to leare Sydney to day on a visit to his consti= tuents of Patrick's Plains. The new Public School in Cleveland street is to be opened by the Council of Education. in the presence of his Excellency the Gover-= nor and Coiuntess oni the 3rd September. A requisition to Mr Richard Hill to offer himself for the representatibn of Canterbury is being carried about in the district for sig nature. :Many of the electors have declined to sign the requisition, and axpressed a desire to see Air Holt or some other gentleinan come. forwai-d. Mr Thomas Short has commenced in the southern districts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

InOLLOWAY'S PILLS.-Mothers and daughters.-. Purobbloood and regularity of functions. Both these importont endi can be obtained wiahoui shock or in jury to any orgeen, by taking Holloways far-framed purifying pills, wqieb sustain and strengthen, while. they improve every iuman function When these pilus have rivetted their cleansing powers on the body deleterious agent can qeep its place therein-no ob-. noxious matter can tetain its hold thereon. Univer sal bodily purification attends their use, and Intel lectual vigour follows of course. As preventive of ill health, Holloway's pills stands stpcrior to any other medicine; and their soothing, supporting, pet revnlsive properties, admirably adapt them for gene. ral use by young and old of the female sev. Why; Is a vain young. lady like a confirmed drunkard?-Because neither is satisilel with a mo-. derate use of the glass. Advice to Parente:.-Joshbl illings says: "Teiv bringiup'a child'in the way he-should go-travel that way yourself."&a...

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 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 — 29 August 1868

THE MARXETO. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in Athi article are those in transactions between the producer and the firat purchaser ; nit as between son dealr and another, much less the retail prices: The robs quoted are gathered from the best sources available generally from the local papers ; but it must l understood that this journal is nat answerable Jor their correctness.J " Ass " Office, Friday evening. The following" may be taken as the current prig. of the present week: Flour, per ton... fine £18 0 0 seconds £17. 0 0 Wheat, per bushel . 0 6 0 to 0, 6 6 Bran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 Oats ..................... 0 3 6 , 0 00 Barley .................. 0 8 ,, 0 00 Maize ............... 0 8 0 , O 0 a3 Hay, per ton ...... . 00 ,, O 0 Potatoes,percwt,new 0 .3 0 ,, 0 8 6 Butter, per lb. ..... 0 0 8 ,, 0 1 0 Bacon, perib.......... 0 0 6 ,, 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb. (none) 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 BRAIDWOOD. Flour, fine, £18 per ton; semdnd...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

E[By LECTRlIC TELERAPII.] *Friday" ftein ooii. A-public:meeiung ,is to be held dl the Hfa-. sonic Hall oni Mfonday next to consider AM Parkes' speech .respecting the alleged exis tence in the colonies- of ra conspiracy against tke Ca-oi.n The first portion of the aew =season s clip "of wool tw t rie,.d froin. I eapoolj lain. This is pretty sound advice: If you have a cough don't go to cburch to disturb the rest of tho cong gation: What store should have been placed at the Gar den of Eden after the expulsion?-Alat ain't in (Adamnantine).

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

UNITED STATES. In the House of Rcyresentatives on the 7th. Thad. Stevens presented additional ,articlesof impenalinent against the Presi dent, charging him with abuse of the, pa tronage of his office, erecting State Goversi ments. in. conquered territories restoring forfeited :,property and other ciimes. Mr Stevens made a long speech in support of them, and then, at his suggestion, they were postponed for two weeks. Mr Williams, of Peninsylvania, also presented additional ar ticles. It is believed both these movements are iitendcd as an effort to force Mr John.. son upon the Democratic Convention now in session in New York, as the candidate for the Presidency, as, in the opinion of the radicals, he would be easier to beat than any one who has yet been prominently mentioned in that connection. It is not probable that this stroke of policy on the part of the Radicals will succeed. The articles presen ted are a mere re-hash of those recently de feated. John H. Surratt has been discharg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

THE OLD AUSTRALIAN AUCTION MART, AUTBURN.-qTREAT, GOULBURN. F S. COHEN & CO. having leased . those extensive premises inoAuburn-street, Goulburn, and known as THEOLD AUSTRALIAN AUCTION MART together with the large, secure, and centrally situated yards in Bourke-street, have commenced business as AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. As General Auctioneers we are prepared to under take the sale of Merchandise and every description of property, feeling assured that our knowledge of the Markets, acquired by twelve years' experience, will enable us to give exery satisfaction to those en trusting us with business. As Stcck and Station Agents we have made ar rangements for transacting business in all the South ern Markets and in Sydney through our agents, by whom we are kept Informed of the various markets. And for the SALE OF CATTLE AND SHEEP we have secure yards with the necessary facilities for drafting and affording every accommodation for ADVAN...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

(Abridged fromf Grevilleand Co's Extraorditnary, His Royal Highness the Duke of Edini burgh arrived home in the Galatea on June 26, after a prosperous voyagc, in the most perfect health. Hle was received everywhere with enthusiasm. H1er Majesty's screw frigate Galatea, 3227 tons, 26 guus,.S00 horsepower, Cap tain His Royal Highness Alfred Ernest. Al bert, Duke of -Edinburgh, K.G., K.T., ar rived at Spithead on `'riday, June 26, at about thirty minutes piast noon from Sydney. The arrival of the friguite.was some days ear lier than had been anticipated, and her guns, as she saluted the flng of the` admiral com. manding on steanming into the roadstead, created no little excitement and bustle ashore. His Royal highness landed from his gig at the stairs of the new landing place in the dockyard in undress uniform, to report of ficially the arrival of his ship at Spithead. On the flags at the head of the steps stood a few ladies and gentleman, who received the Duke of Edinburgh with the mo...

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE _____ DErARTU t .Qs**t 1'OI Post rowas, Sn. Mon Toes. Ned. Thra. Fri. Sat. Sydney, via A.M. A.M. Ax. Bungendore.. 40 ... 4,0 ... ... 4.0 Goulburn..... Sydney, vial Canberra..... P.x. P.M. P.M. Gininderra... t 10.80 .. 10.80 1080 Gundaroo..-. J Micalago .... P.m, P.M. P.M. Bunyan ..680 ... 6380 ,., 6.80 Cooma....... Lanyon ......... . ... 6 30 ... 6*80 6.80 A.. A.15. Lraidwood...... .. ...9 30 .. 9.80 Southern road, via Yass...... .. ... ... ... AIRUUAL OF MAILS FROM POST TWoNS. Sun. 'Iono. Ine Wed. Thra. Fri. SMt. Sydney, via a . ... w.x. ... P.x. Gopsburn.. .... 6 0 60 6.0 Bungendore..J Sydney,' vial k N Gninderra...,. 10830 10.80 *10'30 Canberra.....) Cooma........ A.M. A Mx A.M. Bunyan .. 30 380 . ..8 Mlicalago .... J Lanyon ...1*0 1.0 ... *0 P.x. Braidwood...... ... : 30 ... 530 Southern road, p.r. P.M. viaYass......10.80 ..: 10830

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

WEEKLY CALENDAR. days of tne we ye Sun rises Sun nets Ago ____onth. SATUIMDAY'...` .... Aug.20 6 20 5135.' 1 SUNI)AY *.0 . 65 25 5.36 12 MONDAY. *... 81 0.23 5.37 IS STUESDAY" .. ... Scpt. 1 6 21 5 37 14 WE.DNESDAY 2 6 20 5 38 15 TIIURtSDAY... . ..... ,,~ S 0 19 5 30 10 PRIDAY... ...4 6 18 :5 40 17 Full noon on Wednoauy, the 2nd, ot 2h. Sn. p.m.

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The Age. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

S47tURDAY,. AUGUST 29th, 1808. TiHs Treason-Felony Act which-was hur ried through the Assembly arid Council has not met with approval by the Home Government; and to judge by the opinions of the English press thereon, it is a piece of legislation' which should never have ap 'peared on our statute books. Ceitain it is that th'e unhappy circumstance that occurried just previously to the. passing of this Act gave vent to the most poignant grief and indignation, and it was in the height of all this that the Ministry pro posed the measui'e which, under ahyother circumstances, would have, been more ma turely considered. Adhd as it' was sup posed conspiracies were rife amongst us at the period, it was but natural to. ima gine that any measure would not be too strong to uphold the supremacy of the Crown and enforce the laws under which we live. It was an act passed to show to the world tliit in. Australia loyalty would be upheld, and anything approaching to insult-towards the persons of the ...

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ADVENTURES OF A MOUNTED TROOPER. No. II. THE LUBRA'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

ADVENTURES OF A MOUNTED TROOPER. No. II. TIE LUBRA'S REVENGE. ONE day, during the five weary months that I was quartered at Dunewatha in New South Wales, as I was sitting on a rude bench in front of our wooden station, having a draw at my pipe while surveying discontentedly the dust dimmed, sun scorched landscape around, and feeling disgusted with myself, the service, and all things sublunary, my attention' was at tracted by the sudden appearance of a little black boy, half naked and riding a great brown stock horse at full gallop to wards the station. In a few minutes more he was alongside of me and with no little difficulty induced the animal to stop. " Hallo, Snowball, what do you want ?" I said. I can't very well imitate the broken English of the Australian natives, much as I have been amongst them, so I won't attempt it here. Suffice it to say, that with many interjections and gesticulations, he informed me that Mrs Wmterton, of the Garryong Station, had told him to, ride as ha...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

Otoloniiat 0*iragts. DEtAT5II OF AucRIIEACON MCENCROE. Archdeacon .McEncroe expired at the Presby tery of St. Patrick's, Church-hill, on Saturday evening, the 22nd instant, at half-past seven o'clock. For some time past it was but too clear to many that the constitution of the rev gentleman, who had already attained the ad vanced age of 73 yoars, was gradually break ing up'; yet from: his mental and physical eo.* ergy and-abstemious habits, his bodilyffrirme seemed enahled to make a strong stand 'against the inevitable inroads of decay until within a few days past; wheii'it became evident thai his death must be near at hand. He was never theless sufficiently convalescent on Monday week to le taken out for an airing through the city, in which lie so long laboured lnmongst his own flockand for the general well-being of the ihaliirahits. On Friday afternoon he re ceived the viaticum, six prelates of his coin tunion being present. for some hlurs previous to his dissolution. 'Tlhose who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

CURES FOR DISTANT FRIENDS;! Holloway's Ointment. Tj'HE curative properties of this won iderful Ointment are sb universal that the 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 qulckly removed; .-so that in the-Australian colonies (as elsewhere) It is frequently said that " Here Is a cure for all!" Glandular Swellings, Bronchitis, Mumps, Quinsey, Sore Throat, ana Diplheria. In any of the above diseases, immediate and per manent telief 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 liolloway's Pills, will act so searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases. Rheumatism, Lumbago, COnlracted and Stiff Joint...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

BIRTH       VALLANCE-At her residence, Gundaroo, on the 26th August, the wife of Mr HUGH VALLANCE, junior, of a daughter. MARRIED. SEARS-SALKILLD-By special license, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, Western Australia, on the 13th June, by the Venerable Archdeacon Brown, Mr CHARLES SEARS, to EMMA, only daughter of Mr Thomas Salkilld, of Adelaide Terrace, Perth.

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"ENOCH ARDEN" ECLIPSED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

"ENOCH ARDEN , ECLIPSED. -.ACS which was heard at the Bris tol Council-house lately before Messrs Hare and Castle disclosed an extra -ordinary series of incidents, which eiitirely'eclipse the story of "Enock Arde ,"- not only in draniatic interest, but from the fact that the whole of the dramiatis persynni are still on the stage of "life. Thek principal charac ter concerned is-a man named John Kain, who is now over fifty. On the 19th of- October, 1839, he married Rebecca Leamon,, as the registrar's office, near the council-house, and the issue of this union was a son and daughter, who are now arrived at mature age. For some years after their marriage Kain and his wife re sided. at the HHorsefair, until he en listed in the army. Soon after he volunteered into the - Cape Mounted Rifles,. He remained in this corps during the whole of the Kaffir war, taking pairt in many engagements. Af ter serving in the army for nineteen years and three months he was dis charged withia-pension- amiou....

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY—AUGUST 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 29 August 1868

CorU111 OF -PEITY SESSION S. TUESDAY-AUGUsT 25TIu. ASSAULT wrIsracTr,-Ab Chow (a Chinese) on.remand, was brought up before his worship the police magistrate for further. examination. The evi *dence of the, prosecutrix established a prima facie case against the prisoner, who was fully committed for trial at th next Golbhurn assizes. DRUNM AND D])SORDERLY - On Wednesday Peter Smith, was brought up charged with being drunk, and using obscene lantiage. For: the..flrst oileniJ he was lined 10s., and for the latter 30s. PETTY LAREc . ' On ThursdayA John Usher was charged with stealing two pairs of boots from James Schofield, and being convicted was sentenced to six months'hard labourin 'Goulburn jail. ,,A DESPERATE CHIBsaAN.-Ah Chow, the China man who, as we 'stated last week, behaved so vio lently on being taken into custody. on a charge of at tempting to commit' a rape at Taylor's-creek,.. has .during his confinement in Quieanbeyan jail. given further proofs of his desperate character. ...

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General Post Office, Sydney, 21st August, 1868 Conveyance of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

.i :. ... General Post Office, ":< :Sydney, 21st August, .1868" . Conveyance of Nails. rL SENDERS for the conveyance of the under SJ : "menrtioned mails by coach or on horseback are invited:.' For full particulars see Government Ga . zette, afile of which is kept at every lost;office irn the colony.. No tender will be considered linless the` ternisof' the" notice published in the'Giszette be stricily complied with. - -Tenders will be received at this office u'p io_11. a.m., on Monday, the 19th of October next,?:?: Conveyance of mailsto and from--:..?_ - ; SOUTHERN.ROAD . ,r :13S.:Bunigendore and,- i1olonglo, ::three times: a ,.' week: .. y, . f.:: .. , io. Goulbrn,' Cietori, Gundarob, 'Ginimnderra, Cariberra, andd Qticanbeyan, three times a. 24.; Yass nd Gundaroo, via blundoonan, and by. Yias River route, twic a week. J. DOCKER.

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STATEMENT OF THE DISTANCES FROM BRAIDWOOD AND QUEANBEYAN, &c., BY VARIOUS ROUTES TO THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. From the Gaulb rn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

s'rT.TrE.ENTr OF:TH EDISTANCES: FIOM BRAIDVWOOD AND QUILANBEYAN, &c., BY VAIIOUS ROUTES TO THE " GREAT SOU'THEIRN: RAIr.WAY. S Fromthe: CGaulb rn Ikerald;", IT mayi be remembered that some tinme ago thbre wi soe? disc?ssidn inthe piuhlic papers. as to the dit ncei f Braidwood from oul oburnon the oe had and;in irulali on the, otLer. , The advocates ,of the Bungonia route, includingrdlthe Braidwood. Dispatclj, d.,.alred that theodistance front Braidwood to:iMparulaiI was less than to Goulburn. We and others said: that the sodtrariy ,was,the case. anid .we added ithat'ih'e actual tiehsureinentand survey; nof the two : oads'would? shortly :prove- which vas thei co rect opinio': ; The surveys' hlave 'inow been' completodandd the ofliodial results' will be foundbelow. In the case of both` roads tfe actual distaices' are bless thain the.y: have Ijitherto been estimlted but it Will lie seen that, the :advocate.s of the Goulburn line were correct in asserting thi, their, route was t...

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