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DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLIC BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLIC BUSINESS. A BUPPLEMENT to Tuesday's Government Gazette notifies that the following amended distribution of the public business amongst the several ministerial departments of the government, has been made, and will take effect from the present date: I.-The colonial secretary, who will be charged with the business connected with legislative matters, judicial establishments, great seal, naval and military establishments, including the volunteer corps; foreign cor respondence; police, including petty ses sions; gaols and penal establishments; medical establishments, including vaccina tion and lunatic asylums; registration and statistics; municipal institutions, Govern ment Gazette; proclamations, commissions, and other instruments under the great seal; naturalisation of aliens, ecclesiastical estab lishments, public education, industrial schools, Observatory, literary and scientific institutions, hospitals and charitable institu tions, execution and remission of s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
BALES O COROWN LA1 S. Tra following lots of" crown .I. will be offeredfor sale on the days un tt places `` Ai'ASS, : On -!t~i} r. covernY Lo "-'- '. 100 cnrea, county of C; 1vleJ9 T .'s o£ Taemas;'adjacent to the easter Shaw's 100 acreeozz River, on the Taemas runm. 40 acres, county of Miz a.y,µ; of Boambolo, near the south-eait t . r of Hume's 397 acres on War'y ;Ai bout 9 miles southerly from Y S50 acres on th' rl Mur rumbidgee River, ao Jell's 57 iacres 'at Forest Or,,, of a road 50 links wide y oa P50 acres on the right ` `- the Mur rumbidgee River, adjoin ý". a bell'! 57 acres at Forest Creek; ...; road 50 links wide... 40 acres, county of Murray, par -Nanima,:on the south side of the roac"M Yass'to. Nanima, :adjacent'to Gre c tional purchase of 40 acres, abouit 13 iles south-easterly from Yass. 320 acres, county of Murray, . 1parrs of Warroo; on Majuirgang Oreek, and Lining Edwards' and Hunter's 1040 nac= i the. 'lirrumbidgie Rivrer. 40 ncres, county of Kin on the Miirruimbidg...
SCIENTIFIC GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
SCIENTIFIO GOSSIP. (flomn the .lfelbournie leader.) Wirar' should be worn in hot weather? This is a question whiioi acquired some im portance in.England duiing tie last eitraor dinary summer, and it .is one .whioh every resident in a warm climate should put to himself. And yet tho question receives but little seriousiattentinm. The truth is,;I be lieve-, that there ,is2 notso mischi:difference lbetwoefl diffiierent sorts" of olothing as is f geneirlly stipposed TEven thie Ublak hell Stopper cannot he so 'black as it is painted, Sotherwise its wearers would die "off qicicker c than they do. The Lancet recently stated ,thatthe matter had been settled more than + a hundred years ago by Benjamin Franklin's 3 experiments with different colored cloths 1 spread on snow; hut the question is not so 3 easily settled, and is, in reality, a very com Splex one, for the solution of which even Smodern science has supplied very inadequate data. In the first place, the human body is not fairly repre...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
VICTORIA. (FroI the Melbourne Argus) CONSIDRRABLr excitement was oooasioned in Camper down and Cobden last week, owing to the fact, that two men-one married and one single-had been lost in'the bosh while endeavouring to find their way back to Cobden from a new saw-mill erected in the thickly-timbered land seawards from Cobden, and distant some six miles from that new township. They had blazed a line on their way to the mill, hut were advised to take a shorter track on their return, and in endeavouring to find their way lost it. Ac coon as they were missed thirty or forty horsemen started to search for them, hut they were unsuccess fuil. Assistance was sent for from Camperdown, anl about a hundred persons went from that township to help. After having been in the woods for some four or five days, however, the. men found their way hack. They had left home without food of any kind, and were forced to kill their dog, on the body of which they lived for a couple of days, afterwards heing ...
Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
TO TiE EDITOR. - Sir,-A writer signing himself "One In terested," has thought proper to bring un. dernotice the great injustice done the so called township of Gundaroo by the hon attendance of the police magistrate, at that place. - That the writer has chosen a most appropriate signature none will dispuite. Were we living in the dayns when dogs and donkeys spoke I should be disposed to think one of the latter fouir-footed animals imade the complairit. Can 'any one acquainted with the productions. of :" Willie" doubt the authorship' of this very argumentative epistle? . Is it not a notorious fact .that a certain individual in the locality referred to makes it a point 'to set neighbour against neighbour for the sole object of m making business for the monthly court of petty seas sions held there ? Let the coulrt be reimoved to Upper Gundaroo (Gundaroo Propei) and perhaps we should have a remedy for the abuse I speak of, and probably have less of those trashy effusions so constantly oo...
COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS. OF THE PRESS. THEm following remarks from the Australian Journal of Education are intended for schoolmasters, but are equally applicable to others: In a previous article we took bccasiotito point out some of the' causes which have tended to lower the estimation in which the' teaching profession is held by the general public. In resuming our discussion of the question, we desire to advert to a cause less common, but more injurious, than any before mentioned. The practice of. writing for newspapers prevails, we are informed, to a considerable extent among teachers, and produces much dissatisfaction, heartburning, and irritation among the people who help to support their schools. It is within our knowledge that the usefulness of several teachere is greatly lessened, the prosperity of their schools hindered, their influence for good restricted, and the profession of which they are members disliked, because in their communications to newspapers they have given off...
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
(oai _l OXtt"rattt5 Loºs7 3ti' `iru B1 usu.-The Barwin'fRiver` ir[e.erineruut of tihe Tamworth Fxaminer; writigtiin referenor to the missing MrBry del; rv --AA pirty of fifteen was organised fby Mr t SK ti o s: iist the police in searching for- hi, rim'irnr,'v lid as your correspondent was's one of rh jwerty, I shall give you all tu rtliabii irfomra-ition I have obtained by lrutmidl rqiro o' v-rnd observation, for the infbrmct~tiona: cif lrelatives in England. For the last :l eve It, iths he (MrBryderi) gave way to habitsr of intemnperance, anid when his means wtre all gome ve first hear of him on the Trlii triver wandering in the bush, nrerly csxtns.tea, and perfectly insaine. J He was . tali to but and got round again. Ia r.e t hcuar oe' him knocking about i the Na' ori; ' er tha he reaches Collymongle I an foot, whcre he was supplied with a horse; Ie then started up the Moonei, from one sta t.iuu to iother, 'namongst his old frienids, who ere only too an dious--andivith a very go...
QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY—NOVEMBER 23RD, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 November 1868
QQUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. .MsoNDAr-NovEIMBER 23RD, 1868 TiIE following is the list of cases set dou n for bearing at the apprbaclii gg sittings ofi the above court.: 4.7. Rutledge v. Mullany, £79. Plaintiffs attorney Mr Freestone. 48. Bayley v. HBedger, £10. Plaintiffs. attorney, Mr Freestone. 49. Biyley v. Stinson, £2. Plaintiffs attorney, SMr Freestone. 50..Il ayley v. Marsden, £3/18. Plaintiffs attorney, Mr Freestune. 51. Settled. 52. Bayley v. Morrison, £4/2/6. Plaintiffs attor ney; Mr Freestone. 53.. Summons not served., 54. Warriner v. Maindelson and Joseph, £200. For Plaintiff AMrParr; for defendants, Mir Walsh 55. Levyiv. Armstrong, £21/9. .Plaintiff'sattorney Mr ;Parr. 56. Wright v. Duncan M'Inaesmh13/8/4. Plain -.:tiffs attorney, Mr Parr. 57-58. Settled. 59. Wright v. M. Campbell, £20/0/1. Plaintiffs attorney, Mr Parr. 60. Wright v. Elliott, £12/15. Plaintiff's attorney Mr Parr. 61. Settled. 62. J. Hudson v. Buttle, £10/10' Plaintiffs attor ney, Mr Parr. 63. W. Hudson, v...
TUESDAY.—NOVEMBER 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
YIESD AY.-NO0VElIiBE '24TuI. HLonour took his scirat tl0 aim. REGINA V.ItYANDE Thei prisonedlr.,who 'had been :convictedl on the previoudiwly%=of cattlest'caling, bcing prcairctdivittih b il was broigllit into court. 1-is Ilonuit ii-rnalked that sincu the close of ithi ti-i alieLid asisecrtairci ethat;piisOnce .Iiin t hadgiven :c.piess ordeis .to; thei oundlkecpepu f1o.tlie release of the cow, anid that if ; thii.fact had comne out during the trial the polt would -not have been reserved, and sentenie would not have been respited. The nIcc'ary recognizahces were then entere d ii. flr4 prisoner's appeauance tit the couirt of gene 1l1 'siwins': to bei hilden at Qieanrihlly !ra n1 . the1sit cdiy cif Maicn h 41869o hclicr f' seeti dir himiself, in e'xcc:nton of. the itnce, re' required;*and Air P. Day hn rI' ic teuliffe, and each consented to bouid in the sunm of £1'00, for the ap.earance f prinouer 'as above; he was re aimud froni custody. ! STOIRI ROII3DEIlY. Mariy A'Lamin'lghlin, stou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
IlonitvnIlnt Pills-A liwc ii WithouI a ianaime .1lI.n) uful Itie Vt) tu Ii petdo u gulttdtullV p~ining I))Sy. weheki t"tn pait vnrIt a n llyldt'nct, i'tcatt Inn tolrit) msen ;Pill-t gt ltejtt lt'tt ltitt"Ill l' day wItt ay theftt t n it eiLe. it e~i, utti y delaitill uinte Iest, inLttneni sited wit h cy' ri I n Ilrlly . A enw.-se t l I % itltttv'tt kiIIJls i-l nlirus~ell; rild'itilns tu ti~ti l'tthit j)wyitld gnlnrgtCweai. Ciii) ti, t tl 'Cti~lty . N o wl ! e a-llt I t ltin it l 1 t I n l lt )w l net tot,:nnd. produce at! cumplllwt revolu~l~tion In hiss) , ohe'ign, its well as his 'rtnlitt'.. lei'rI'ii alllernlal!ti nd. reultot'ntl urnl)sltlelsl' can only Ile renlised by tLose tvho have expericuc'd their ecl'Icts.
Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
·; '·i·: ··- ;·: 1'rg'spoillil d el l cc To TtII 2:1) ITot.t ' In your last there is n itlMutring ofrtision fromn t' Pepper," and in reply ILdo think hA would let e Fhuts 0 (tnturt settnsehy Felling hilspeppCrI thea tluster iiiistalmnnt w'uittdoes no tconCer him. WViltt rerzad't to yoIur own rrrmricsa, as far as I can Iundetrstatuld, v, 3i's in crror', as it does tiot cost the Government utle tiltiil i tg more whethtLer the polic Stiungtst rate attendtls the distant courts, or not; but to show' he is cotmirpelled to do so, you will otlige liy in scrtin it iopy' ol instructiouns sOL to 1r NOewcombe. Yunt's troly MUSrAIt. " No 3.' . Crown Law oflicers Sydlney. 22td O'rtober I8tG. .Sir. -In ransmilling iithe enclosed Cnopy of report :from th int sdpctor Gtnerui of polce, I am directed by thei Atoinrny-Gennttc to state, that yont will bli requ tird int visit Gttitlituon oncet a mot lhit. CGundtroo . 1,sus napptnited a itto e li for lottling Petty Stusionts ur1 r ld g 'illinm 4, No. i. (...
SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
SYDNEY. Wednesday. It is reported: that Mr Edward Flood and Mri GM.G . Stephen iwill Ie cantlidates fior the representation of Contral COminbr hiodii, iIn the room of Mlr MIicihers *, resiyned. The nmiia:tinii has been fixed o'ur rho 14he t Deceimb er. - 'The case of the Oriental-DBank versus thCt Government , for the value of the gold lost by thue robbery of thle escort, has hot yet lioeii derided. The B:uzlk is riepresenl tel by Sir Win, Mlanling ;and Mir Darloy, and the Gove rninlt by Mr Martin aid Mr Is:acs. It tltppears frim telegrams received from Brishanle this 111ior01i11 that it is lnt likely Mrl A. Mdrill 'ng,:tihe U tiller- Sec'retary to thie (i-v iiimernut wiii recover ftromi the woutids inflicteil nii hiim by Mr lBoormtn,, .iot susphndiin him from oiiice as clerk of Petty -Sessioins. M Manning is a brother of Sir Willio and IMessrs Etlye and Jamines Itlunnifng. It is stated on good authority that ths Govternnent Iois itquested Mr ierney intl ...MV' Jones to slhow cauese...
The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1868. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
·2-t -,;· SATURDAY, A'OV1'.V7)ER 28th. 188. , ATES'T INTELLIGENC.i :- C ·----------- ---- - SBRISBANE. Wednesday. * Yesterday, about half-past 12 o'clock, a desperate aissatilt was made upon Mr A. WV.,Manning, Undeur-Socretary to the Go rermnenlt. 'ThIe attack was made with a ioi;thawk, previously purchased by a per son who had-lately been suspended from offee. of police magistrate in a country district in this colony. Five severe wounds weIe inflicted, a:ind the doctor's report was at first onfavotrable. 'The oefendcr is in in custody, but appears unconcerned. 0 ;lmIn:-iThus far, M:r ManIning progresses favourably. hFour of the cuts received were on the head and neck.
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
: E1KLY CALE'NDIR, .s - - ;ly l· .L't 7-*Nror.2° 44"7 649 _13 "D 4 7 6jU 14~ S-rX144 6 Q 4 l1 11:I ..°... ~..·. ... 3u 447- 6"31 13·il l I G i":1AY ..... M~c. 1 4 7 C-5 I2 4 4 .37 0 1.5 17 VI ~tl 11S'A ti. 4 17 G 51 18 1'1[1c11 . .. .. .. , -1 4 -17 534 19 1'II1I of oii Io i. - lush, t II III Y m. n. m Pull moon,, on Dlontl~ty, tilia tliclh, at 11h. Sill n.m.
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868
JAPAN. (From the Japan Gazette.) PRoX imperial decrees published it would seem that the native Christians embarked at Nagasaki on board the Sir Harry Parkes were not doomed to immediate destruction as anticipated, though their ultimate fate would probably be very little better. We give the following extracts from the decrees alluded to:-" As the abominable religion of the Christians is strictly prohibited, every one shall be bound to denounce to the pro per authorities such persons as appear sus picious to him, and a reward shall be given to him for so doing. Although the sect of the Christians has been already centuries ago: persecuted most rigorously by the Banklu government, its entire extermination had not been arrived at. As, however, the number of the followers of the Christian doctrine had lately considerably augmented in the village of Urakami, near Nagasaki, whose peasants secretly adhere to it, after mature consideration by the highest autho rity that Christians shall be t...