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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

AMiERICA b. , i : The American Demo:crats:have ,nominated Seymour for the Presidency; and ?Ifiir for tli e Vice-Presidency . President'Joulioisoi liiisvetoned the bill *ikiij admitting the Southern States with.,the riglit" of.representatiin ,irn'Ocongress.?, Tlhe bill! has since been passed over his veto;,.: The Senate bns -passed a.' bill:' to- authorise the issuing of bills to cover the iuterests on the war debts, 'i h. A.merican-Congress has declared thntt {Staites not:dhdniftd into the hUion under? the UlvReconsir?otimn .Act, shall oat vote In thi' Pre sidential election." :. +.; London , Augusta 3., Du. Cane, Junior Lord of the Admiralty. Ih? accepted the appointment of ?Governor ofTas-. Sir James Ferguson, has bieenl appointedi Governor of South Aoistrali. A treaty of peace has been concluded be. tween the Russian ;Government .and Bokhara. . IHer Mbajesty the Queen, wlio is in the enjoy. ment of excellent health, htas started for Swit' zerland.r I'lo son of Kirng TheodorusL h ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

IMPOUNDED: at Qu!eanbeyan,; on; the: . I 2nd Seiitembei, 18638, romr Iluntroon, by Joýhn :McPherson;.by order of Geo Campbel! 'E'q ; driv' iniA4d:each::--; : Day horse, GIID. (the IlD conjoined) near shoul Chesnut;6olt, EC near sh~iulder. : .Grey flly,:SUinear shoulder .: Present release 5/4,eachb. . Also, from Jerrabomberra, sameoday,. by P .,. Pal mer, EIsq.: :Chlesnuti inare, blaze, no brand visibl {,about 15 : hands high, aged:. :i Chesnut colt foal, blaze, light points, three weeks old? Unbrandeod." f. - ,,u eseintrelease, 5/each' iIf niotieleased, will be sold on Tlhursday the 24th; day of Septembe? . .: " ? ... Ii ? LEV eR; Pon dkeper. 'Qneanbeyan, 4th September. :RE AD THI S!!! EGS to acqusaint the iuhablitants of the town atnd district tiiit li is -" iunder any other Store= Bring their Lists . ask for similar Go ods; py yori Soeys ani d edi v, tihasukl for your reference. A GENER TMtEETING of the Qrianheyan: CLUB will be::held .at: Mas LEE'S 1INN, on FRI lDAY, -the 11 tl it...

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PROGRESS OF SUGAR GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

1PROGRESS"OF SUGAR GROWING. Tr lie" al=ab'sorbii .top ic of interet' a onig the i=ariculturists of the :C rence and Richln rid River-,ditrictsis: the growth and manufacture of -sugar and , it isisatisfactory to perceive, that, the settlers are likely to reduce to'prach? t'ice th tethtlie tries wlthit'ihaive been' envolved in the redcent lengtiheedhdis ,cussions.upon the. subject, for.at a late meetingr of, the o wer.?Clraiace Sugai Man Utficturi ng Association ,the chair cmant ithe Rev; J. . . IiGnAvbnNr A'.M.i hainded a list of sixty'-nine far'mer` on that part of the, Clarence River" who i igreed to plant sugar cane this ,season.. ;.The list specified the number. .o acces each;,settler Ivwould .grao , :amiounting in .thej iaggregate :to :300. acre and, fromn ith:e ispirit "ial'ieady aitunifebted 'it `Uniauri glarid likely tio result from,two: or.three meetings thit are :to .be: .held-in differentrlocalities' dluring: the' ensuing':ei ht or 'ten day ,.' 'it'appears probable that, t...

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 paners; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.] "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

THE MARKETS.: -: [ Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions beticeen the producer and the first purchaser; n'a' as betwe*n- o"e dealer and another, much less the retail prices. ý::The ratis quoted. are gathered from the beat sources, available generally from the local "p aers; buit it mint t understood that this'fournal is not 'answertble Jor their correctness.j r AGE" Ofice, Friday evening. The following may be taken as the'.current pricme of the present week: Flour, per ton... fine £18 0 "seconds £17 0 0 Wheat, per bushel.. 0 5 0 to 0 '5 6 Bran;' per bushel..... :O 1 0 , 0 0 0 Oats ............ ........ o : 6 :,, O?5 0,00 Barley ................ 0 8 3 6 , 0 00 Maize ............... O 3 0 ,, :0 3. Hay, per ton ....... . 0 0 0- ', " 0 !O 0 -Potatoes,perowt, new 0 . 3 0 ,, 0 8 6 Butter, per lb. .. 0 .8 ..,; 1 0 Bacon, perlb.......... O 0 6 " 0 0:0 Cheese, per lb. (none) O 0 0 ,, .0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 BRAI?DWOOD Flo...

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The Age. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

S, TURD , SEP.TE ,E..h, 1858 . ' " -,PIxENC?or1rhas shown that a very large o sum of??moneythuas.been annually sent but of the colony for tli impoirt'of necessa ries which it has lieen proved the soils of the. country :are. capable of producing.' Wheat and sugar cane are among our rost important requirements, and we do ..ot see any real obstacle ii the way .eof producing our own supplies of these com modities,. -by strenuous exertion on the part of those whose vocation agricultnral industry is. It has been fully ascertained f tu~ . are. -capable-·- producing that, allowing for bad and uncertain sea Squired to be sown, not only to make 'up fotr deficiency of supply, but also for ex.. Sport tothe sister colonies in c:ase f need. r IiThul we should tave the capital of the t colony from being drained out, as is now j daily the case, for supplies of breadstuffs luded to the want of norelenergy and at tenltion on the part of wheat piroducers to this matter, and should be glad toisee the i...

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WARD REGULATIONS. REGULATION I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

WARD REGULATIONS. REGULATION.I.o All patients shall, when convalescent, with the permission of the: medical:officers, be obliged to assist in cleaninb the 'vwards and other apartments of .the, hospital;'i or assist in any otheri.necessary ;work. not injurious, and in light -gardening operations under. the direction- of' the superintendent'or matron. SREGULATION H. No patient shall. be allowed to make. tea in the ward or to be in bed with boots or shoes on. REGULATION III. No patient shall. be jallowed to wander beyond theb precincts of .the hospital, .with out the permissio?'of o'the' medical officers or matron. REGULATION IV.? No smoking Lhall' be allowed: within the hospital nor uncleanly habits` .be 'iermitted, nor shall any wines or spirits be introduced except by direct order of the medical officers. REGULATION V. Insolence will not be tolerated from any patient. REGULATIONVt. Every patient shall be lobliged "to submit to any regulations thait. may, bh, h, ide ?friom time to ti...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

LI' ES1 1 NrI'.LLITGIlil, [PifIt OfRnIt.II,'S TELEGItA.M COMPANY] SYDNEY. J ednesday." There will in alt probability be ai contest for /t1. represenlation'of C, Gn!erburq. 31r Ahhi rman l'Voods is incli'ned to oppose 11rt Ricihard liill, whose friends are canvassing ver/ actively/ on his behalf: Gll< G. AT. Stephen, a bari'iser," who was jfrmerly a memliber of the Victorian Assembly, is said to be willing to place his services at the dis posal of the consll!ttene!. M,"r Duncan, the Collector of Gustoms,; is trported to have tendered to the Government ai f!t atpol:tog j'r hiis:i!Aged insubJrdination t> the Trea.surer. lMr Juncan's case has yet to be dltermired by the Executive. Parlirmen.t is to assemble for the. despatch of buiness on the 1311th Oclober. Intelligence was received byt the Gem today of an encounter between the boats of HIM..S. Challenger and the R.ijian natives at Rewa Ricer. The ceass belli is unknown. Several uatives were killed. .The marines landed an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

Holloway's Pills give instrnt relief. Indigestion gives rise to a large share of the maladies of man kiud; it occasions more miseries than the doctor. knows nnames for. Indigestion "springs' from many; causes over which Holloway's pills exercise the most perfect control. They. act at onca on . the; stomach, liver, bowels, and kidneys, and correct their torpid,: defective, or alsordered functions. The restore the woning appetite, strengthen the feeble'stemack, and spare the dyspeptic sick headache, and;many name less torments. They recall. every organ to a' true sense of its duties. Holloway's pills have with fa cility cured cases of bad digestion which had existed for a long ttine and balled much medical skill. They are reliable remedies for all vearetics of indigestion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

Five Pounds Reward1 TIIL be oaid by the tindersigned for informa tion thait shall lead to the convicticn of the person who on the niiht' of.Tuesday last maliciously and wantonly' SHOT AT and' MAIMED my NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. < . . Queanbeyan., JOHN-GALE. August 28th, 1868. .-Five Shillings Reward. . OST, on'. Wednesday evening' last, a? auppos?ld to b dropped,_ near the 1yollco Bar raclts; a small GOLD CHJAIN. 'nhe -nnder will receive the above reward on delivering the same to JOHN MELLOR, 21st August, 1868. Aan olice. ' RuLES AND REGULATIONS OF - THE QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL.: 'RULE I. The Institution shall be designated:the Queanbeyan District IHoospital, and shall have foi its objects, to provide medical: aid; attendance, and maintenance for diseased and wounded-persons, who are 'unable to procure the same in house' of their" own; and to afford relief to the aged and infirm. RULE II. The Institution shall be under.the,.man agement of a'president, treasurer, secretary, a...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY, Sept. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

ARRIVAL vOF: ,TILE;U AZ IIL, (Per Greville's Telegrame Company.) .1 SYDNnY, Sept. 2 The P.' and" 0. Co.'s ;steamship arrived at King Georgo's Sound yesterday with the English July mail:: The following are thelprincipal itemis of newsiLON, . .. 'Loono, July 12. The Queen is well. :i;::- -: I1er Majesty had visited the -Galatea, and was about visiting Germany.: : i The Duke of Edinburgh will visitt Newv Zealand shortly. Sir Robert Napier liats'been raised to' the peerage with a pension of two thou-; sand per annum.' :' ? ' .'.. : , Dacattto is appointed Governorof Tas mania. : . The Queen's speeli 'at :the °closing of Parliamentsitid that foreign relations were satisfactory. Insurrectionary movements had occur red in Spain, and several important ar rests effected.. . A gunsmith's shop in Cocrk has been pillaged. Passengers from America- landing at Queenstown are now searche'd: . :" Excellent fresh meat from Austai;lia is' being exhibited intLoiidoiin , fori iielii it is= anticipated t...

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Selections from Sydney Punch. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

Stqqtion5 tfiort gdnqiatj aunck Where should a peison in wantof paper go to ?-To a church, whele he may" find'a, :choir' (quire;) What species of :tree: is: fittest to plant near a rabbit warren ?---Theconi-fer. Another earthqitoke :An Adelaide tele gram informs that the news by thel Panamna mail/has shaken the t iarket.?

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. (Before Messrs Newcombe, Hall, Wright and Levy) WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

COURT OF PET'PTY SESSIONS. TUESDar, SEPTEMBER 1. (Be3fore Messrs Newcombe, Hall, Wright and Levy) WYAGEB.8 T:e case of Mayne,v. Blail, adjourned from the 18th u:t., was heard for, the defence. The deposi tions of the previous proceedings having been read over the case evas further proceeded withl As 'be fire, loth complainant and his witness,. Baker, as serted that Blair and not West set them to work; cross-examincil, complainant denied that VWest ever guaranteed to pay. for their b?ard and lotging. For the defence Mr T1'air gave evidtn'i e similar to that in the previous case;denying the existeni:e: of any engagement between the complainant and "himself, or that he ever gave any instructions to conotlainant whilst at Duntrnon : he admittedthat- \West had not left when he got the summons. A witness named Kealman who lodged and hnarded the coniplainants stated that West had promised, but it in com plainant's presence, to see Kealman ; West did not pay him, but hiri "old woman " rgt p...

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BIG NUGGETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

BIG NU.GGETS. 'i ;. 1. Thei' ?Welcmoe Nugget,"" found at Bakery Hill, Ballarat, 11th June, 1858, at a depth of 185 feet; waterworn; twenty inches long, twelve broad, and seven.deep. First sold at Ballarat for £10,000, afterwards sold in Melbourne: it then weighed 219l~ ounces, and fetched £9325-or £4/4/11 per ounce. 2. Tbhe " Blanche Barkly," found at Kingowert 27th August, 1857, at a depth of thirteen feet, within a few feet of holes dug three years before; .twenty-eight inches long; ten inches wide; value 6005/12/9; gross weight, 1743 ounces 13 dwts. 8. Nugget found at Canadian Gully, Ballarat, 1st January, 1858, sixty feet det deep. The spec'meun was a very dark-coloured one. Weight before melting, 1615ounces 10 dwts.; after melting, 1319 ounces 1 dwt:. 2!.grs. of pure gold, equal to 1423 ounces standard 'gold:'' valued at £3/17/9 per ounce £5582/7/4, the loss of weight in melting being 296. 4: Nuggets found at Dunolly; two specimens; gross` weight- 2952 ounces; melted in Mlelbou...

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

QUEANBEYAN POST OFFIOE TIME TABLE ARRIVAL OF MAILS FROM DEPARTURE OF MAILR FOR Pos0 TOWs. Sun. Mlon. Tues. Wed. Thre. Fri Sat. PosT Towus. Sun. Mon Tues Wed. Tbrs. Fri. Sat. Sydney,' via P.H. .. . r ... P.M. Sydney, via A.x. A.H.! A.. Goulburn..... ... ... 6 0 60 6.0 Bungendore.. 4 0 ... 40 . ..... 40 Bungendore.. : Goulburn..... Sydney, via P.Y. P.M. p.. Sydney, vial Gundaroo..... 0 . , . 10 . Canberra..... P.. . P.M. Gininderra... , 80311 1 0 Gininderra... 130." 100 1080 Caiberra.....J Gond2roo.. ., Cooma........ A . A.M. Micalago ..... I P.. P.x. Bunyan .. 330 8 . 3.r 1upyan ..... " ... 6301 ... 60 .. 60 icalago .... Coo ....... Lan you....... . '0 ... 63'0 6 80 Lanyon........ 10 10. ... O* P.M. A.M. A.M. Braidwood.... ..... ... 530 ... 580 Lraidwood... ... 9 308 ..; 9.80 Southern road, P.. . . r Southern road, viaYass.?.. 10.30 ... ... 10 vi Yeas......

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

e'EERLY CALENDAR. UDays of toe eorrk. I,;l u rse Sut actt Age SAT(JR161) ... .. . t. S It 16' ' * '1 SIINIIAY .6 tii b U "1 1 HOIONtY .. . . 7 Iit I S 43 2) TU1R6t)A . . ft 1: "12 S1 WGINF ~0DAY 6.. ... 22 Vt)U I taS) Y 20 . .t1 I t 41 2.1 Fit IDAY. .. .. It It 0. 5 41 21. - Liot q1trtr on Illursdoy, tte 1]1.l. t4 ti . O0).0 .O1.

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QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. I) We beg to remind Subscribers, Adver tisers, and others whose Accounts are now rendered, of the vital importance to us .of undelayed settlement of the same. Many of these accounts are of long standing; and we respectfully urge 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 will con vince us 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 effect of render-. ing any othermeans of payment un necessary.

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

oionial O5rltaqif. ' A MiN KILLED BY .A 1 ETEOit.-EX TtAOItDINA?iY PIIENOMEENA. - Several of the vessels just arrived frotm the southward report that there was a great deal of elec tricil atmospheric "disturbance on Monday and Tuesday nights, but whether it was the uffect.of, or was simply coincident with the eclipse, our informants could not say. In one case it was attended with fatal results, and a man was killed on board the schooner Urania,' by the expllosion of an electric me. teor. The vessel was off Crowdy 1lead on Monday, Angust 17, about midnight, when a heavy south-westerly squall came on, and all hands were called to shorten: sail; a sea man named 11.,G. Sales was steering, and: at 12"30 a.m., on Tucesdiy, the 18th, a me tcor, likc.a bhall of fii,.fell intinediately over the vessel's sterm,, anod ex~pl~led with a loud report resembliing that of a 'heavy: piece of ordnance. Sparks of fire were scattered all about the deck, and thie steersman was killed' by the shock. Every...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

[uy ELECTRIC TELEOitAP?.P Sriday afternoon. A passenger train rasa into a goods train usar Redfer, ito-day. ?Aaizy persons were~ injured slightly, anld the fireman - ciud stoker seriously. .. ,The race .horse, : Friar, was crippled, and several of the caarriages cut through. - ,IMessrs Woods and Holt have declined?: lo be nonzinhated /or the electorate of Canterbuiry lr W rbthington, the. "star diver of ti-e world," has met witha dreadful denth at Derby. The per former, only 23 years old, dressed ~in bathing cos tume, commenced, performing: a series of leats und-r water, iicluding drinkin"g milk from a bottle, peel ing and eating an orange, bkowing a trumpet, &c. The exhibition was to close with a high leap into the riier,'and Worthington ascended the scaffold for theo purposem put himselt into the position for diving, and jumped into the river.', In his. progress downwards he made three revolutiols of his body, and a'medical man remarked that he was a dead nman. Wurthing io...

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A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. . .rom PaNmaru'a Magazine. Do you remember my ever mentioning my: friend Count Konisbcrg ? I presume not, for of late years I have dropped his name from my tongue, as" I have his friendship from my heart. Yet, there was a time when Karl and I were like brothers. :You know, in Germany, men are not ashamed to fall in . love with each other. We have warm hearts; and our manners do not hold too stiff a rein : uponri themi. So that the attachment betwecn Kail aind myself was.well understood by our acquaintances.. He was of higher rank than I, and'had more wealth, for, as I have told you,` my struggles for the Republic im poverished me almost in my boylhcod; but we sympathised politically : and once, when I was in great straits, he offered me -a home and- concealment in the most secluded of his numerous houses, a castle quite inaccessible .to common travellers, but a most delightful spot in summer,. from -its. high- position among the mountains. : The Count always pas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 September 1868

CURES FOR DISTANT FRIENDS ! SHolloway's Ointment. T HE curative properties of this won derful Ointment are so 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 quickly removed; so that in the Australian colonies (as elsewhere) it is frequently said that " Here is a cure for all!" Glanidular Swellings, Bronchitis, Mumps, Quinssy, 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 actso searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases. Rneumatism, Lumbago, Contracted and Slia Joints....

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