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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

JAPAN. Jeddo will be opened for foreigners on the lst of October. The Mikado wall leave his residence at Jeddo. and the name of that city will be clnged to Higashi. A large Southern army is accumulating for an at teok on Nee Egata; the British minister has warned the British subjeots that Nee Egata is not opened to them. Osaka has been visited by robbers, who committed all kinds of depredations, and it was not safe for Europeans after dark.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETING. (From the Goulburn IHerald.) TicI annual district meeting of the Wesleyan minis ters in the Goulhurn district commenced on the 12th instant, in the Goldsmith-strant church, Goulhburn. There were present the Rev. W. OCrnow, chairman of the district; .T. W. Dowson, Yass; J. Olifton, Gunning; HII. W. T. Pincomhe, Brnidwood; O. Stead, Adelong; E. D. Madgwick. Queanboyan; R. V. Danne, Crookwell; H. Wiles, Wagga Wagga; J. A. Waddell, Young; and R. Johnson, Berrima. The proceedings commenced with the usual devo tional exercises, conducted by the chairman of the district; - after which the Rev. Mr. "Dowson was elected secretary. It was felt to be a matter of gratitude to Almighty God that no removals from the ranks of the ministry had occurred by death, and that each was ahle to relate some tidings of prosperity in their respective spheres of labour. It was unanimously agreed that the Rev. Mr. Danne, who had undergone the usual examination as to qualifications for...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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[?]RRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL PER AVOCA. ADELAIDE, Monday, 9.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

yR OF ' TIBE ENGLISH MAIL i PER AVOCA. theF sr. Herald's telegraphic correspondent.)l , . "ADELAIDE, Monday, 0.30 a.m. amer Alexandra, Captain Paddle, ilg at eight a.m. on the 23rd a passnge occupied a hundred and i. hours; to up passage was of the same duration, irrivineg only one hour before the. Bombay. The R. B. 8. Avoca, Captain Farquhar, arrived at the Sound at 9 p.m. on the 18th. She left Galle at Pa.m. on the 4th November; experienced moderate 'a throughout. The Avoca was to leave the 'at daylight on the 19th. .BERopts.-For Sydney-Mr. and Mrs. Pearce two children, Captain and Mrs. Perrins and ýL, Colonel Carriert, Mesars. Hinehcliff, . and France. For Melbourne-Bishop .C., Mr. and Mrs. Webster, irs. Connolly .-*- lMessrs. Mo Caul, A. Finlay, O. Finlay, rnig, Brooks, Kirkwood, Petorson, J. Lewis, ialdOke, and Moore.

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

BPAIN. The insurrections are successful. The Queen went to Sehbastian to meet Napoleon. On the 17th September the Cidiz garrison revolted, and were joined by the fleet under Admiral Topete. His movements were supported by the garrisons of Seville, Malaga, Carthagena, Barcelona, and the whole coast of Cadiz to Terrol; he was joined by the exiled generatls from the Canaries. Gonzales Bravo, the prime minister, has resigned. General Novalieches, sent to Andalusia to establish order at Santander, was defeated by Ssnoratua and killed. Madrid immediately joined the revolutionary troops and fraternized with the people; the Queen's bust was torn down and dragged in the dirt. All opposition has ceased. The Queen first wished to return to Madrid with her favourite, but crossed the frontiers from San Sebastian on the 20th September. She was received by General Castelnan, and con ducted to Pau. The Queen said if she were a man she would return to Madrid. A ministry has been formed with Marshal ...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

* CAS . S Wheat. 4e il to 5s Odpcr;bbushel: : ;t h ._. Sflour, fne,. 15 per ton: senonds,I£14 Bran, 1s. per bushel -; < Pollard; not quoteo . Tlaie. as to Se Gd .por bushel Oats 8e Od to 8 GOd per hlutsel; ; rBarley. 2 Gdi to 8e Od per bushel' Hny £,e2-16 to £8 per ton Butter, firesh;"ld per lb.. :Cheese, d to 7d per Hi) Bacon. rd'to 8d per lb. Eng9,'951s per dozen Potatoes, s to 4s per cwt: BHldeý, salted. 4s to Gs Gd each; tresh,' 7s to ' . Sheepkins, ea4hd to d Ter l. Sli~Geepklna. e41d to Gdf T~c lb.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

CHINA. Several Brea have occurred at Shanghai, and much native property destroyed. The rebels are again reported in the neighbourhood of Takee. The Ohefoo gold-diggings give a moderate yield; no great finds are reported. A memorial has been addressed to Sir P. Aloock on the sueject of religious perseoutlons. At Formosa great indignation prevails at the con. duct of Captain Bush, of H.M.8. Kinaldo, in leaving ChObikang during negotiations respecting the atrocities. The steamer Ajax sank at her moorings at Shang hai while repairing the screw. Some excitement was caused at Hongkong by a Chinese gunboat threatening to fire into a British river steamer for not showing her Sag, and strong representations made on the subject.

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SYDNEY. ETTERSHANK EAGLESTONE AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

SYD\TEI' ETTEnrtIANt E AOI.ESTO'NE AND CO.'S REPOIRT. Fat Cattle.-A fill supply hi'sibeehn offered during the weekl the qualitv being generally of a medium description: Salesn ha been well attended and, comnpetition brislk ilithe priccs realized being ahbout equal to last weelk's rates, and as good quality cattle rare.scarce, a.continnance of present figures many. be expected. Best beef realtized 22.Gdl per 100 lbs. Fat Slteepi.--A heavy supply to hand, a large pro portion of wlhici inferior and conld not be disposed of to the trade. Ocid qtality sheep are in' demandi and realiedl lilly late rates. Prime hO l\b wetliers in the wiobl' fin rirl ready pircihasers t15 We iquote giutodto prime 54 lb wethers i to i12s Gd, othersin :proportion., Stiire. Cattle -There is an, active demand for this. deseriptionaf siock.butveryfew of ;the ri'lit age are offering. + Well- bredicattledfrom 3to -7 venars old woitald at preseit command highuratesa while inferior lots are almost uisaleahie l iQtdt...

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DON'T THINK TO PLEASE ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

DON'T THINK TO PLEASE ALL. DoN'r think, as you pass on the journey of life, That you'llalways be clear of the " waters of strife," Thatfortune will always befriend you; `Dbn't fondly imagine you'll never receive A stab in the dark or a thorn in your sloeeve- That friendship will always defend you. Don't think you shall always get praise from your :neighbours; Don't.think to please all with your well-meaning labours, But guard against inward vexation; Don't think disappointment will never rebuff you, That envy, or hatred, or pride will ne'er ouff you, That blessed will be your vocation. If you should but a little conspicuous stand, -Ill-will and ill-nature will pluck out the band, To bother, annoy, and distress you. Great holes will be picked in your decentish coat, And slander willsend its false rumours afloat, If fortune should slightly caress you. The world is composed of a termagant crow, The knowing ones many, the.ignorant few, All biting and spiting each other; They are scornin...

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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

CANADA. The Fenian pionio at Montreal was prohibited. Whelan, the murderer of D'Arcy Me Gee, was con victed, and is to be hanged on the 10lrh December. The bill reducing the Qovernor-General's salary was not asesented to. The steamer Hippocampus was lost on the Lakes. All on board perished, numbering fifty. The Hon. J. Rose visits Washington to renew the recnpronity treaty. The Nova Scotia Assembly have passed a unani mous resolution against confederation.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

AMERICA. The postal arrangements are concluded between Great Britain and the United States for the joint carriage of mails to San Francisco and British East Indies. Tho New York demooratio state platform is a general amnesty and immediate restoration of southern states, and payment of public debts in currency. The Georgia legislature have declared negro members ineligible. Armed mobs of negroes were patrolling the roads in Savannah. General Butler has been defeated in his can didature. Suratt, charged with the murder of President Lincoln, has been discharged. The republicans carried the Vermont election by a majority of 28.000 against 8000; in Maine by a majority of 73,000 against 11,000. Negroes are admitted into the Louisiana legisla tore. British registry has been adopted at American ports as a basis of port charges. The Indian war continues; fifty troops were scalped at the outposts on the Republican River. Fires are raging in the forests of California; two hundred square miles ...

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PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

PANAMA. An Irish revolution has broken out. General Pons was defeated by Corresco. Port en Prince con tinues in a disturbed state.

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

MEXICO. A revolt against Juares was started by Canalem at 3Bomamlipase.

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

GREECE. Groat excitement is occasioned at Athens by an attempt of tho Cretan refugees to retain Candia.

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BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

BELGIUM. The Prince Royal has recovered. Ligueronnere, French minister, has presented his credentials, and spoke emphatically in favour of pacific policy. In a duel between Roohfort, of La Lanterne, and Barach. the latter was seriously wounded. The Empress OCarlotta is dangerously ill. Prince Kargeoorgewitch's Hungarian estates have been forfeited on the requisition of the Servian government.

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FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE NEW ZEALAND MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

FURTREII PARI'IULAR R OF iti N'ry ZEALAND MASSAOLt: THE Newv zeualand papers convey sairL A ferce from bcth sides of- the idand-firom Poverty Thy on the east a e'mwrednteiof settler° by the IMories, and at Wmýgairtu' on bheic Wvgta a defeat of colonial forces by the natives.

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THE SPANISH REVOLUTION. LONDON, October 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

THE SPANISH REVOLUTION. LONDON, October 30th. The Jesuite have been suppressed in Spain. Admiral Topete has declared for the monarchy, but the democrat, prefer a republic. Ouba has recognised the revolution. Complete civil and religious liberty has been pro clnimed, and all conventa and monasteries estab lished since 1837 are to be abolished and the others redoced to one-half, and prohibited from receiving novices. The throne, it is expected, will he offered to Pedro V., the present King of Portugal, an offshoot of the house of Saxe-Cobrg Gotha, a monaroh of liberal tendencies. Queen Isabella is expected at Brighton. Holland and Italy haveo recognised the revolu. tion. Mr. Gladstone has made speeches attacking the conservatives for their extravagance, and proposing the abolition of personal rating. The parliamentary elec)ions take place for the boroughs on the 16th November, and for the counties on the 1l8th. The American republicans have carried the state elections of Ohio. Indiana...

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

SPECIAL TELEGRAMIS. LoNDON, October 26. The Adelaide and Sydney loans have been suo ceassfully negotiated; one million of the latter at above 98. Colonial stocks are advancing. Tallow and hides are advancing, and for fine wool there is an improved demand. The Panama mail service is to be continued under now directore. Severe earthquakes have occurred at Smi Fran cisco. The City Hall and several buildings were destroyed.

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"AGE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 November 1868

DIED. SMITH.—At the residence of his parents, at Lobb's   hole, near Queanbeyan, on Saturday, the 21st   instant, of croup, after an illness of only two days' WALTER JOHN, son of Charles Tozer           Smith. Aged 4 years. Deeply mourned. Sydney papers please copy.    

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