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GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

*GARDENING 'OPERA'rTONS TOR- TI'E WEEKtS ;(leain the uatvahakisan,)" Tim iKrrouixv GARDEN.-Talse edvaiitn ge of the fine state< of the soil to innli'k snowings, and to iplant crops previously delayed for. wantof suffiocient moisture. The past week has been most favourable for this purpose,' and where advantage was taken whilst the moisture was near the surface, crops of the various kinds of vegetables have been planted with success. On stiff soils the late rains have somewhat hardened the surface; which will require to be frequently stirred to admit air to the roots of growing crops. Celery crops are looking well, and as the growth of late has boon somewhat rapid; earthing up will require attention. Con tinue to plant out successive crops in well; prepared trenches, and a further sowing may still be made in richly-prepared soil.. Make a good sowing of spinach for autumn use. Plant out lettuces, and continue to make ooc casional sowings throughout the summer: Make another ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

W..EEKLY CALENDAR. N S Moon's Days of he oe . Doy Son sie. uOsets Ago. Dstyo qua o aMoth. u pm SATURnDAY... Nov21 449 643 0 SUNIAY . 440 0 44 7 MiONDAY .. 3 44 645 8 FUESIIAY 244 04 0 WEIfluSJh 4 437 6 47 10 SrCIISAY' *1.47" 648 11 ORIDAX... 447 0619 12 w t..'-ýý.i...·... . . 1OO0 1'RA. P S 'Fist nuarter, on Sunday ,li t ohe2, ot 4h. 51in. p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

MPOUNDED at Bungenclore, on the S.13th of November, 1868, from Gidleigh; sum dne at date of notice, Os: One yellow bay or ohesnnt horse, broken, docked tail, white stripe down face. near hind leg white, JC near shoulder, H off shoulder. If not released will be sold at this pound at noon on the 3rd day of Decemher. 1868. J. A. WILLIAMS, Poundkeeper. TMPOUNDED at Qneanbeyan, on the -1 17th of November, 1808, from Duntroon, byJ. McPherson; present release 6/: Daric iron-grey horse, star, B near shoulder, B1 under near saddle. r If not released, will be sold at noon, on Thursday, the 10th day of December. H. LEVER, Ponndkeeper. Queanbeynn, 20th November. MR.. SCARVELL, SOLICITOR, Braidwood. will be in attendance at the 'pasuing 0ssioousand Distriot CourtL " QUEAN JiY AT T h TIIC' POO _r, mz1O).. = .. -. . 'on es , :2 r to Messrs J 3eNSt . L 4 eAc N J: TIJOMPON; E:S{" F rLu Llph ld r'f3 2.e Maidm plat cisFoot r'ice 220 e irlgs, VIi, t prizt 30p £2senil diito l.i t; sc r'nra'e, is 1Jnac. ...

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The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

i·; ·,·: ·llip sTURDAY, NOVEMBER 2ll, 1808. WE observe that some of our contempo raries publishingn more in the interior are Irequently complaining of the number of tramps that infest the stations and of the Heavy tax thus inflicted upon the proprie tors in supplying to them the necessaries of life It is asserted, and no doubt with .a degree of truth, that these " casuals " wsill not work, but prefer tramping until dire necessity compels them to accept employment on the terms offered by their .employers, anId then only for a time perhaps until their bodily health is re cruited sutfficiently for another term of vagrancy (to use the correct appellation). But it must be remembered that em ploy ers of. labour can suit themselves far more easily than in times .g6ne by, and expect a character in employees very dif ferent to that of olden times; and in this expectation every employer of labour is unquestionably justifiable. Of -the many that tramip, for employment, or under thea Plea, we f...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

YASS. Wheat, 4se Od to ss Od per bushel Flour, fine, £15 per ton; seconds, £14 Bran, sle. per bushel Pollard, not quoted 'Maize, 8s to 3S Gd per bushbel -'Oats, 8S Od to 3s 6d per bushel Barley. 28 6d to 3s Od per bushel flay, £2 15e to £8 per ton Butter, fresh, 104d per lb. Cheese, 6d to 7d per lb. Bacon, 6d to 8d per lb. } Eggs, O4 Is per dozen ' Potatoes, 8s to 48 per owt. Hldes, salted, 4s to 5se d each;. tresh, 7s to Os Od each Sheepkins, s41d to 5d per lb.

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SYDNEY. ETTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, & Co's REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

SYDINEY. ETTERSHANK,EAGLESTON E, & Co's REPORT SFatCattle.-A large supply brought forward dur :ng the week,'mostly of medium to inferior quality. Prices receeded fully 20s per head, but-there is every prospect of the tmarket rallying again very shortly, as really good quality cattle are scarce. We quote best beef at from 20s to 22s 6d per 100 lb. Fat "Sheep.--There is little or no change to note. *'The supply to hand is quite up to the requirements of the trade, the sdles throughout were slow. Really good quality wethers brought fully late rates; but on the whole, there was no perceptible difference in the prices. Quotations-Good to prime wethers, in the wool, 0lR Od to lls Gd: medium ditto, 8s to 9s. "Store Cattle -There is a good demand for well-bred lots for Victoria, and inquiries northward are more numerous, especially for breeding herds. We have buyers for small lots suitable for papdocks'Quotutions unchange Store 'Shep.-we have placed severol large lots Sunder offer, ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE . .. :..mo o: _-.: ! : . MELBOURNE..' Wednesday. Sugars are advancing in couscequeice of the tenor of the advices received lately from the Mauritius.. The cargo of the Nouvelle Palaswas sold to-day at an advance of one pound per ton. A new monthly paper is about to be pub lished here to be called the Church of Eng land Messenger. It is to be under the supervision of -the bishop; ind its chief contributors are to be clergymen .of the, Evangelical school. There is every: reason to hope that thel City of Launceston steamer will be raised. Mr Kyte's funeral was very numerously attended.:

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GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

. GOULUIiURN ; F. s CouEN AND C00' 5 REPORiT. VWheat, 58 d 9 per busheli " ,: Flour, fine, £16 to £17 per: ton ; second.s, £15 to £10..; Pollard, is 81 per busliel Bran,il per bushel Bread, ;-d to 4$d the 2-lb. loaf : Maize, 3s to Bs 8d per bushel . ? : "Barley, 8s per bushel Oats, 4s to 4s Gd per bushel Hay, £8 15s to £4 per ton 'Straw, £2 per ton SButter, fresh, 9d to le per lb. ;salt, 4C? t6 d" SCheese, 4d per lb. Bacon, 3d to 4d per lb. Eggs, 9d to la per dozen Potatoes, 6s Gd per cwt; good wanted' Onions, 4d per lb. Fat Cattle, prime and weighty, £67; good,' £5; plain, £4 *Store Cattle, two to six .years, '£2 15s to £8 5 Fat Wethers, lIs to 11si Store Sheep, 5e to Gs' Pigs, 3Id to 4d per lb. Beef (retail), 3d per lb. Mutton (retail). 3d per:lb. Tallow, beef, £20 to £24 per ton; mutton, £80: .` Hides, Os to 8s each Sheepskins, 3d to Gd per lb. ,Wool, 8d to 10d per lb; :greasy,'3d to5c

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EX-MINISTERIAL EPITAPHS. J. M., Q.C. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

EX-MINISTERTAL EPITAPHS. J. 3M., Q.O. A aroarsr pause-all ye who paess this way To moralise upon this lumnip of clay, - Who, in his morning blazed, a fiery sun, Grand jury, premier, autocrat in.one. As "Atlas" scribe some needed fame he earned In later days the steps he rose by spurned; Nor cared he much what principles he owned To suit the times his politics he toned Till, in a fatal hour, official greed Told him a coalition would sucaceed; He chose Gaffe Eagar-(obstinate and rash, Renowned for bringing all his friends to smash) And Parkes, the fanciful, whose second sight Sees gory corpses trooping through the night; Iseacs the eloquent he trotted out A man renowned alike for law and gout; And poor old Docker-smug yet silly soul Whose speeches in a turgid torrent roll-. M.P. for Nowhere, he aspires to rule, And thinks he's grand when most he plays the fool. Alae! the " element" could not unite; The opposition fought a sturdy fight; The premier, vexed and goaded by their-jaw,.. Att...

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VISIT TO GOULBURN OF THE BISHOPS OF MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

VISIT TO GOULBURN OF THE BISHOPS OF MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. (Fronm the teoalburn Heratl.) Or Wednesday afternoon their Lordshbips the Bishops of Melbourne and Sydney, accompanied by Mrs. Perry and Mrs. Barker, paid a visit to Goulburn. According to previons arrangements, they were met on the Big Hill by a number of citizens, who escorted them into town. On crossing the bridge the party were received by the children attending the Church of England achools, who sang the National Anthem and Happy Laud. The procession then wont to the residence of the' Bishop of Goul burn, where the visitors alighted, and the cavalcade dispersed. On Friday the Bishops of Sydney, Melbourne,.and Goulburn and their wives were entertained at a public luncheon at Mandelson's Hotel. Forty-seven persons sat down, among whom it was' pleasing' to notice several ladies-a custom which it is to be hoped will be more extensively followed in future. The. luncheon was served in the style for which Mandelson's Hotel is n...

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

Flour, fizio,.17 per ton ; secjnds, £15 Wheit;: s Od to Os per bushel Bread, 5d-:thoe 2-lb. loaf Bran, 10d per bushel Maize; 4s (d to 5s Od per bushel Oats, 4s 6d to 5s6d per bushel Barley, 4s perbushel Potatoes, £4 to £5 per ton' Hay, oaten, £4 10s to £5 periton Cheese, 7d to 8d per lb. >':,.._ Bacon,O6d per.lb..... Butter, fresh, lid to s per ltb. ; Eggs, 9d to 10d _per dozen..

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COMMERCIAL. "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

. COMME1tCIAL. "AuaE " Olmce, Frlday evening.,,, .The following may be taken as the current prices of the present week:- Flour, per ton...: fine £16 0 .0 seconds 'X£15. 0 0 W?heat, per bushel .. 0 ,4 6 to 0 5 0 Bran, per bushel.....: '0 :1 0 ." 0 0 0 Oats ......... 0.'3 6t' ; 0 .0 0 BarleyI .............. ...s. 0 8 6 ,, O 0 0 Maize .......... .... ..... O 8 , O,.:0 0 3 ?0" IHay, per ton 3,08 0 ,, 4,0 _0 Potatoes,perowt,new 0 "''6 0 4 8 Butter, per lb. .... 0 0 08 . 0 1 0 Bacon, porlb. 0.... 0 6 ,, 0 O 0 Cheese,per lb. (none)+ 0 0 0 ,, 0 ? 0 Eggs, per dozen ..... 0 1 0 0 , 0 . 0

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QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

QUEANBEYANN GENERAL SESSIONS. TiE sittings of this court1 Will comm ence on Monday next, at ten a.m. His Honotur Mi DistrictJidge' MFarland' will .preside and Mr W. H: Te epleton will rosecute for 'the Crown. There are six cases for trial, nniely - Thomas Beatty, unla fully killing a pig. Mary Bowes, feloriiously stealing .and receiving Mary M'Langhlin, samre offence. Charles Betts, feloniou ily, steal:ng fro.n the person Henry Quinn, burglary. Patrick Ryan, cattle-stealing.

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TUESDAY—NOVEMBER 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

TOESDAY-NnV MilBE1t 17TL. Before the Police Malgistrate and Andrew Mo ton, Esq., J.P. AnTxcris or riIFPEAcE.-James Schofield, for using threntening.language towards John Searles, was bound over to keep the peace for three mor.ths, himseif' in £10, and two sure ties in £5 each. CATTLE-.STEALM . - Patrick Ryan was charged with this offence, and cnnommitted for trial at the sessions to bo': holden on Monday.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

SYDNEY. PWednesday. Mr H. P. Palser has at last issued an ad dress to the, electors of the -Hastings and announced himself a candidate for their suffrages in opposition to;Mr Forster. The Manning, River News ;states that Mr Palser is unknown in the district, and that no non-resident hiasthc slighftest chance of defeating Mr.Forster. o~hrc :· i tctnti' to ý 1. ý l ' !: t(lr 5ttrýI~it~t 4hi I··sidn, Itid-:t pin -+ t 2.wii's i\ittil",IiLL~d naext yr lt. Q-;·I· do al!jrFrý ia d 'aýrru! Cle S_ daye ýf.'.' StltC.LfrS fi .3 4 .i~'ii~~;i:;c:·" ý[Z t~c; ;_.+'sý480ý 4C'a 41 ..`E lt =t sTid _go~od to x i.t 0: tteo hsy as not" an-~zo I~t2ý ',at al b: ' ir r Cylcl"Yui!]ia`, ajti tid :3C.X' 1.3t ý" k j

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BALLARAT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

BALLARAT..` SWednesday. Mr. H. . .,N. King, who has been post-, master of Ballarat for along time, has been arrested on a charge of embezzlement. Mr King's'accounts have been e'inamined, and it appears, from what has been stated. that. defalcations to a large amount have been discovered.

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Disastrous News from New Zealand. THIRTY EUROPEANS BUTCHERED. THE MILITARY REPULSED. SYDNEY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

[ iR `1~ jI,..31i1J- LLP` New aladd.d 'IL F T1ffl TAARYf R19'L 1. Iute ligene h-iY :t" re:c0Ad 1 'u ;r. Zealand. this srig T ho M.aois surprised . the AeI· lerry ne a .PTurangnuo, and butchcirdl tend figiihtli ly } m1u'latefd thirty Eulro ihi i 1( met: audr hildren. Tntyil. frticl naties wereetic ;_lsolkhi iter uxd . n z' tslough. T:. r' aniuis cf yioi ofo thei.. slai i we:I burrnt and apud mur':a thrown to nhopigs. A imiei'd f eei` tiree h rd ý itr fifty Europeans and natives attacked the Okatuka redoubt, The force was repulsed afteri five hours' fightinig, and rtirtcd jingood order. Majoi Huntier ias killed.] 3.10 p.m. Itis reported that Mr Fitzpatrick, under secretarty for lands,, is about superannuating; and that Mr Duncan, late collector of" cus toms, will probably succeed him. i MrRobertson returned to Sydney yester. day. The prospectus of a mercantile bank is announced. The .Honourable] Alexander Caimpbell is to be chairman. 5 .30 p.m. MrI Forster is returned without oppo sit...

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TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

TUENA. (From the Goulburn Herald's correspondent.) A MAGISTERIAL inquiry was held a few days ago by our respected police-magistrate on the body of Thomas Moss who died from the effects of kicks in flicted by his stepson, James Bright, and which resulted in the committal of Bright for wilful murder. An application has been forwarded to the Council of Education for the establishment of a provisional school. A Sunday-school in connexion with the Church of England has also been established, and is progressing favourably. Until last Thursday great fears were entertained of the crops; but on that and the following day we were blessed with very refreshing showers, filling the wheat and completely changing the aspect of things. A man named Reynolds has met an untimely end by accidentally cutting his left arm whilst shearing on Friday last, into which the yolk from the wool entered and produced mortification, resulting in his death on Sunday last. John Chinaman at his Tricks Again.-On Sunday...

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Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY—NOVEMBER 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

Local and District News   QUAENBEYAN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY-NOVEMBER 14th. Before the Police Magistrate and Andrew Morton, Esq., J.P. BURGLARY.-Henry Quinn, remanded on a charge of feloneously breaking into a dwelling   house at Gundaroo and stealing therefrom, was fully committed to take his trial at the. forthcoming sessions on Monday next.

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TO THE CLERICAL AND LAY MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH SYNOD. (Per favour of the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868

TO THE CLERICAL AND LAY MEM1BERS OF THE OCHURL SYNOD. (Per favour of. the S. A Herald.) THE visit of the Bishop of Lichfoeld to our. metropolis will, I trust, plead my excuse for reviving the subject of my petition to the: Church of England synod, seeing in that rev. divine's case precisely what I have been advocating-the right of the church in this colony to appoint our own bilshops. We see the Bishop of Lichfield resigning his office of primate over the Episcopal Church in New Zealand, and his successor elected by the representative members of the church there, both clerical and lay, without the necessity of appealing across the ocean sixteen thousand miles to the secretary for the colonies to nominate and appoint out of his.patronage an individual to fill the office. 'We have here the voice of the church exercising its inherent right to elect, nomi .nate, and consecrate its functionaries, in accordance with the apostolic practice and primitive church history; and why should the c...

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