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THURSDAY—NOVEMBER 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

T1'URSDAY-NOVEMBtER 12Tu. Before the Police Magistrate and MrWright. DRUNKEINNESS -George Saunders,° convic ted of drunkenness, was, in default of paying a five-shilling fine. locked ulp for an hour. CO.MIITAL FOR STEALING PRO3M TI?E PERsoN. -Charles Betts. on remand, appeared for fur ther examination. Some additional evidence was taken, aind the accused fully committed for itrial at the forthcoming sessions.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY—NOVEMBER 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

QUTEANBEYAN POLICE COURT;I" WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER iT. T. 1.~f,re the Police Magistrate and'J. J. Wright, Esq., J.P. O)ISCENE LANGUAGE.--Charles Betts was convicted of this offence, and fined 10s. ROBBERY FROM T[E PERSoN.-The same prisoner was then charged with stealing £2 from the pockets of George Saunders. _The prisoner and prosecutor were drinking toge ther on the previous day at Land's hotel, snd after prisoner's arrest on another charge the prosecutor missed the money in question, ind two notes corresponding with those "missed were found on the prisoner on being searched at the lock-up. The evidence of the appre hending constable (Mackenzie), of'a man who saw'prisoner take the money, and-of Mrs Lee; who identified the notes as those given' by her to the prosecutor, having been taken doe n, the case was remanded far one day, and prisoner admitted to bail in £80 and two £40-sureties. BURGLARY.- Henry Quinn, arrested by senior-constable Walmnsley at Giundaroo, was charged with brea...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Correspondence THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AT GUNDAROO. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

Er oltrs?ponld nce THE ADMINISTIIATION OF JUSTICE AT GUNDAROO. TO THE EDITOR. WE have, or ought to have a court of petty sessions once a month here, and the police magistrate was authorised by the Government to attend here once a month for the purpose of presiding over such a cou t. We have also had the small debts court established which he was also to attend to. A clerk of petty ses sions' was appoin-ted, so that' the business of such court might be p.operly carried out. Notwithstanding all this, it is a well-known fact that the police magistrate is not here more than once in about three months. Last month there were two small debts cases, and although it happened that both were settled withuout the assistance of the bench, had they come on as. was expected there, was only one magistrate (Mr Styles) present.' To-day is again court day, and no police magistrate appears. The clerk is in attendance yet there are no magistrates, and a man taken on a charge of either larceny or burglar...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

SYDNEY. Wednesday. MESSRS Robertson and Forster left Syd. \"4ey yesterday evening to meet their con. stituents. It is probable that both gen lemen will be returned unopposed, not withstanding the threats of opposition which have been held out. Mr Dean, of the Manning, has at last announced by advertisement in his own paper that he will not offer himself for the Hastings until next general election, and nothing is now heard of the candidature of Mr Palser. Mr Thornton, the member for the Wes tern IGold Fields, has engaged his passage for England by a vessel advertised to sail f'rom Sydney this month. Mr Cardsell, one of the members for Hobart Town, in the Tasmanian Parlia mnent, is about to settle in Sydney, and commence the practice of his profession as a barrister. At the sixth annual meeting of the United Fire and Life Insurance Company held to-day, a dividend at the rate of ten per cent for the year was declared. John O'Donnell, of Sydney, drayman; Henry Frost, ot Mudgee, publica...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1868. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday morning [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

MELBOURNE. S Wednesday morning The mail steamship Bomday sailed yes.. terdaiy ':punctually at.2 p.m. for King George's •Sound, but without the New Zealand mails. Yesterday was partially observed as a h )liday. The settling over the Spring Meeting took.: place at the Subscription Rooms. The bookmakers met their engagements w' h prompitude, but some of the backers did not. put in an appoarance. The weather is odpressively hot.

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Local and District News. SHOCKING CASE OF CONCEALMENT OF BIRTH. COMMITTAL FOR MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

'K, .at atnd gistartiC Dw. SHOCKING CASE OF' CONCEALMENT OF BIRTH. COMMITTAL FOR 1MANSLAUGHITER. LATE on Sunday night last information was given to the police that the body of a newly born infant was lying at the bottom of a closet on the premises occupied by George Bates, in this town. Upon proceeding to place indicated, Sergeant Latimer found lying there with its back upwards the. body of .a female infant; it was covered with a piece of bag and three or four inches of dry loose mould. Sergeant Latimer had the body taken up and removed to Mr George Hunt's inn, preparatory to the holding.of an inquest on the same. IfLiromation obtained by the-police fixed. the maternity of the child on a young, una mnarried woman named Catharine- Cleary,. whose relatives reside at Jingcra. This girl had .been temporarily. staying at Bates's, having come into town, she said, in quest of 'a situation ; and had left town again, on her way home. The police immediately went in.quest of her, and overtook ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

IloLLowAt's PILLs.--Bilious Headache and Depression -of Spirlts.-Whenever there is any excess of bile, or when that secretion does not naturally pass from the liver, it enters thecirculation, vitiates the blood, and gives rise to headache. sickness, weariness, and depression of spirits. Thbis evil is readily corrected by a few doses of these pills, which work a speedy cure without creating nausea or weak eniug the stomtach-consequences too frequently entailed dy the administration of purgatives. Holloway's pills simultaneously purify and strengthen. They improve the appetite, cleanse the palate, and invigorate the stomach. These pills act us the most successful alteratives, effectingu silent hbut certain change for the better in every organ which .has becom disorder either through luxurious living ar other causes.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

DIED. WEBB.—At the residence of Mr John M'Donald, Uriarra, on the 12th instant, Mr GEORGE WEBB senior, aged 85 years. Deeply regretted.

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LE FEMME PASSEE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

LE FEMME PASSEE. (Fomn the Satriday Revitew.) WITnOUT doubt it is a time of trial to all women, more or less painful according to in dividual dispositiori, when they first'begin to grow old and lose their good looks. - Youth 'and beauty make up so much of their per sonial value, so much of their natural ra'ison d'etro, that when these are gone many feel as if their whole career was at an end, and as if notlhiig was left to them now'that'they'" are no longer young' enough to -be loved as girls are, loved, or pretty enough to be admiredl as once they. were admired. For women of a certain position have so little .wholesome occupation, and. so little ambition ,for, anything, save indeed that miserable thing called " getting on. in' soclety," that, .they cannot change their wvay of life. with :advancing years i;they do not attempt to find interest-in things outside themselves, and'in-l dependent of the mere personal attractive ness which in youth constituted their whole pleasure of. exis...

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A FRENCH MAGDALA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

A FRENOC MAGDALA. (From the .Pall Hall Gazette!) ,' FJr~NA, too, has recently had her little, Abyssinia. Noticing the other "day.in an illustrated paper a certaiin rather barbarous -looking .female personage with twob sullen attendants in, semi-Arabic costume, inscribed. ."f!'Queen of; Mohilla' and suite,"- we mar-~ velled what might' have. brought that lady into prominence: yThanks to the'report of' a German traveller, linihard' Brenner, the riddle is "now" solved., The. 'Quieern ,f Mohilla. (other.wise Mohely) coniesto Europe to seek justice from or against the French, !who have bombarded, her capital and razed' her palade to the ground: 'And -:this is 'the" story.: . I'M?oilla, the ,kinigdom _of.-Queen Fatime;: is one of those innumerable coral structures of the ,'Indian Ocean,, and belongs to the group: of " the .Comoro Islands,' : in" about 12 degs. 40 mins:~'south latitude, and' 61 'degs. 20 mins. eeast longitude.. The `island is about twenty-two miles by 'eighteein, and posse...

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EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CHILD-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

EXTRAORDINARY OASE OF OlILD-, : STEALING. A ?WoJrm has been tried at ,the 'Paris assize court for stealing a child under very etria ordinary circumstances. She was a well-, l:ooking married woman; twenty-four years old, named Marie Emingeard, who before her arrest lived with her husband, a man of thirty-four, at UIssel,>in .the ilopartmiiient of the Correze. The. spouses carried on the .business of rush-bottomed chair-makers, and were in: very: good; circumstanies -for. their station in life. They were married in 1864, 'and though'they had frequent qiiarrels; never ceased to live ,together,: except during some m0onths'in 1866?when hei t wife .hada situation inlParis. " They had no child, and the wife fancied her sterility was the reason why she and her husbaiid-did not get on well together. Impressed with this idea she.one day said to him that while: she was in service in Paris she .hail' beenr-confined of a little girl; that she had' boon afraid to tell him 'lest he might fancy:...

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GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

GARDENING. OPERAT. ONS .FOOR ITHE (From -the Ad?tralau~an.) TinE ]iTOIrEN GARDEN.- The'fine rains with which-we' were favoiured at thliebeginnitig'of the week-lhav, caDied quitoe a rush of worik to be;d ?iont' at onice. Sowing and plantinga succession ?iorps of, Iseveral kinds of veget ables ;rwill;. :require immediate. attention.; earthing-up .growing crops while the'soil is moist=is-of considerable importance.' Atten tion will ilso bie irequired toloosenitingup the soil dinongst ;igrowing, crops, for. next :to mulclhing, is surface stirring, and-. where. due attention is paid to this,' crops will 'be found to improve rapidly. Se'e that all` kinds of crops' are"freed of weeds' and thoirouighly thinned out., Make further.sowinrgs,of,paiis for summer use; :sow.intrenches about six inches deep, so that they maybe occasionally supplied'with' water when required ; attend' to earthing-up and staking former ',sowings: Continue to plant.kidney-beans, and 'attend to pinching out the centre ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

DOUND SALE.--There will he a sale of several Horses at the Queenbeynn Pound on Tbhmsday next. A GENTLEMAN who is qunlified to impart a good sound English eommerclnl Education is desirous of ohtaining a SITUATION, on a station or elsewhere, as at TUTOR. Address-"" Peripatetic, Age Office, Queanbeyan." M ~IR. SCARVELL, SOLICITOR, Braidwood. will be In attendance at the ensiulng SPssions and District Court. COACHES ply every day (Saturday and Monday excepted) between B O R 0 and MARULAN, via Goulburn, for the conveyance of passengers and parcels. Passenger fare, either way, 16s; parcels equally moderate, .A NIGHT WITH THE MINThRL8 ! LOTS OF PUN !! ,AN THIOPIAN BiTERTAINMENT BY W ILL be given on MONDAY, November 28rd. The proceeds to go towards defraying the expenses of the erection of a permanent stage. ý ,- .PROGRA.ME. PART I. Overture. .... ..A ... .... ... CoyPAr Opening Chorus ... .. ... COMPANY - -.Way down in Cairo ... ... ..J. Youo : My Old Kentucky Home . F.: J. L)D PLATER Hard...

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MUTINY ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

MUTINY ON THE HIGH JSEAS. (Froan ' tio Hob T1oi~i f:erciy.): ON Sunday forenoon, Novembler 1, a large ship was signalled, the 'crdew of which were reported in a state 'of mutiny. - On arrival she proved to be the ship Western Empire, Captain J. T. Rogers, from Bombay, bound for Callao. She was in charge of Mr. Pilot Harburgh, and her captain was confined to his cabin, where he had been kept prisoner by the crew since Wednesday last. As soon as the ship anchored, the harbour-master's boat put off to the vessel, having on board Captain Harburgh, and one of Mr. Dillon's boats followed with a number of constables. On boarding the vessel, Captain Harburgh took the captain's report, and released him from imprisonment, bringing him on shore. No action was taken in reference to the crew until Captain Rogers had-visited the police station and made his report, when Mr. Superintendent Propsting, with Detective Vickers and several constables, again visited the ship. The crew were then mustered,...

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HOMEBUSH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

HOMEBUSH RACES. (Frhon the S. M. Herald.) TaE Homebush Spring Race Meeting commenced on Saturday last, with very fine weather, a moderate attendance of the public, and most excellent sport. The sport witnessed was second to none we have seen in the colony. The fields, notwithstanding, were small-far too small to excite any general in terest in their results. Three came to the post for the Squatters' Stakes, and there was a good contest between Flirt and Bungabee for the prize. Five started for the Derby ; and nothing could have been finer than the finish between the Earl, Regalia, and Kaiser. From the distance-post the three were all together, the Earl having the inside running, Kaiser in the middle, and Regalia on the outside. Ash worth, to say the least of it, gave the rails a wide berth; in tilct, he took his horse so far out on the course that the rider of Kaiser entered a protest for running him out; and, in the opinion of many people, the grey colt would have won it but for be...

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GOULBURN QUARTER-SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

GOULBURN QUARTER-SESSIONS. (Abridged from the Hlerald.) THIS court was held on Monday last before his Honor Judge Macfarland. Mr. Templeton prose- cuted. The attorneys present were Messrs. Walsh and Betts, Mr. Gannon, and Mr. L. A. Windeyer. Mr. W. Conolly J.P. represented the sheriff. Wm. Henry Hall, who had been sentenced at the last court of quarter-sessions held on the 13th July to be imprisoned for three months and to pay a fine of £5 for embezzling goods entrusted to his care for the purpose of manufacture, was brought up. His Honor, in consideration of the length of time defend- ant had been in custody, directed him to be dis- charged. John Christie pleaded guilty to a charge of hav- ing, on the 1st instant, at Tarago, stolen a watch of the value of £5 from the dwelling of W. H. Mc Donald. Prisoner was remanded for sentence. Patrick Mooney and Thomas Mooney, who had been arraigned and pleaded not guilty at the last quarter-sessions, were given in charge to the jury, charged w...

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THE MURDER OF JAMES M'CORMICK, NEAR ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

-THE MURDER OF' JAMES M'CORMICI, NEAR ARMIDATLE. About three or four years ago there lived on the station of Messrs. Boulton and Bell, at Bergen-op-Zoom, a shepherd, aged upwards of seventy years, of the name of James M'Cormick, who after fifteen years length of service, and by a practice of the most rigid penuriousness, had succeeded in accumulating several hundreds of pounds. Acting in accord -' with the orthodox notions of all shepherds he seems for a time to have adandoned himself to the delights of a " spell," resi. ding first with one person and'then another who doubtless knowing the old man pos. sessed money, gave him a hearty welcome;.. and if we may place credence in the fi6 nancial records deceased has left behind him, must have profited very largely by the advances he made them, on the occa. sion of his paying su:.h visits. Finding possibly they could no longer prey upon the credulity and weakness of M'Cormick, these persons unscrupulously turned him out of their huts, an...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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SHEEP-WASHING ON IMPROVED PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

-SHEEP-WASHING ON IMPROVED PRINCIPLES. Our attention having been directed to cer tain ;nracuracies in :a description recently given in:the Braidwood' Dispatch of .Mr. Rutledge's new sheep-wash, 'at Carwoola, Molo?igln at the request of that,:gentlemian we reftained from reprinting our' contai!iporaiy's?''etriae, and on Monday last paid a tersnal visit of inspection to Mr Itutledge's esta~lishment, .fii the purpose of furnishing a correct report of an undertaking which is likely to effect a vaist improvement in the marketable coindition of Australian wool, as the capital of. our: large flockmasters comes to lie similarly invested; and thus impart a healthier tone to:future periodical transactions in this staple coutmo dity of the Australian colonies. It is only fair to our contemporary to state-that h:e -has faithfully given the principles of "this new process, and has been mnisled byhis inftormant only in his description of the details of IMr Rutledge's apparatus and ihe omissinu of...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN .IRELAND.a (Froani Lagl isha papc..) Axi outrage of, a most distressinig charaoter .has been perpetrated-in Ireland. It' appears that Mr. Scully, a brother of Mr. Scully,' M.P.', lately purchased' 'a' small property at Ballycohey; -a coupleoof; miles from' the town of Tipperary,?'and inear. to the Limerick Junction.;~, On.these lands. there are about.a score of tenants, tq whom..the new :landlord '-offered an agreement, by, which, as, it is. stated; the 'tenants were tohold from year to year, jand to!- be liable to eviction on twenty-one' days' notice. The tenantry, it is said, refused these terms; 'aid Mr. Scully,: some days ago,! served several whomhe met in.the town of Tipperary with' notice. On Tuesday, 'August '1 1, he wbnt to the lands, accompanied by two .policemen, in: addition to two;:others who, had %;beeni , constantly. attending him for his protection, and served fresh notices.,. The bulk of the tenants, however, had left: their, houses, and could no...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 November 1868

Eotoniat 4Sxtraqts. TuE CusToMs DEPARTMENT.--Statements have been .made in quarters where better judgement might have been expected, to the I effect that theMinistry had resolved to restore Air Duncan at once to his former position. In the Herald, on Saturday, it was announ ced that the Executive Council was to meet on that day for the purpose of carrying out this intention. It is hardly necessary to say that nothing of the kind was done, or to point out the absurd nature of such state ments. In their present position, before their acceptance of office has been endorsed by their constituents, and while their repre sentative character is in abeyance, we imagine that Ministers will do no more than carry on the miere routine duties of their offices. To take such an important step as the rein statement of an officer whose removal tended in no small degree to break up the previous Administration, and so to reverse the depart mental' action of the Government, while they themselves only ho...

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