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THE ABERGELE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

THE ABERGELE ACCIDENT. The circumstances of the Abergele acci dent are still under investigation. The Llanddulas station-master has been acquit ted by the magistrates on the charge of manslaughter. It was brought out in the examination that but for the escape of the petroleum-trucks there would have been no danger of collision, for that the danger signals were properly set, though the trucks had receded one thousand two hun dred yards beyond the point at which they were visible. It was also put in evidence that the ten minutes' rule did not apply in all its strictness, bat was modified by other A IDES .strophe at bergele;, though; flangepij i no case hba life been loat.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATHER IGNATIUS IN LOMBARD-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

FATHER IGNATIUS IN LOMBARD-STREET. Some excitement was caused by a small storm in Lombard-street the other Friday. The Rev. Joseph Levcester Lyne, commonly known as Father Ignatius, has for some time past been preaching a mid-day sermon, once a week, in one of the churches situated in that famous locality. These sermons have been generally somewhat of the revivalist order, evangelical in tone, but strong and sometimes coarse and almost abusive in language. He has always had large audiences to listen to his tirades, if not to profit by them; and at the conclusion of each service there has been a collection for the benefit of a monastery which he is endeavouring to establish in Berkshire. On one occasion lately he thought fit to come as near home as possible, and to attack the commercial morality of the city in un measured terms, representing Lombard street as a den of thieves, and its bankers as magnates in iniquity. The following Fri. day, not only the church, but the street, was cr...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECCLESIASTICAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

ECCLESIASTICAL AFFATRS. The report of the royal commission on the Irish church, which has several times been foreshadowed in mistake, has at length been really issued. It comes too late seriously to influence the present struggle; but its ad missions will be used as arguments by those who contend for disestablishment. The commissioners propose that the existing dioceses should be re-arranged, and all benefices suppressed not -having a Protest ant population of forty. All cathedrals and deaneries, except eight, are to be abolished; but two archdeacons to be retained for each diocese. They suggest the abolition of the hienoprics of Cashel, Killalue, Kilmore, and Meath; and the majority are in favour of surrendering the--archbishopric: of Dublin, and retaining only the primacy of Armagh. -The total revenues of the Irish church are returned at £610,000, and the rent charge amounts to £320,000. The primate is to have an allowance of £6000 a year; the Archbishop of Dublin, if continued, £...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

TEB ELEOTIONS. the time for the elections draws near, arties are bestirring themselves with activity. The most noticeable fact number of liberal candidates. In ýroughs there is risk of disunion and and Mfr. Thomas Hughes, the popu amber for Lambet?' has set a noble in electing to congest Frome, and *n the metropolitan borough `"age the chances of his party. written a kwise letter, in \from Northampton \ca idature for that ~; Arer, Mr. Charles 'te suggests that it I the nation to elect henause ther ars lad faithful services as carefully analysed for Great Britain up to tlI. ° i a view to form some rou' t ze probable result. In order tha mporary's calculations as to the pro: the liberal party may not he too sangiL , ghty doubtful seats have been wholly assigned to the conservatives. All of these eighty seats, continues the Non conformist, are to be contested, and our readers will judge for themselves as to the probability that the conservatives will carry the whcle of them. Assuming, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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MR. DISRAELI'S MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

MR. DISRAELI'S MAANIFES . Some impatience has been expised at the long silence of the premier w le elec tion addresses are filling every n ,spaper, and various motives have been imputed to him. It was suspected that he wal prepar ing some new surprise, and even jet there are many who think that by some lubious project he will at the last moment turn the flank of his opponents. But in the address which Mr. Disraeli has at length sent forth to the electors of the county of Buckingham, he is, at least, explicit in his declaration of uncompromising hostility to the p~licy of Mr. Gladstone, whom he represents as "recommending a change of the funda mental laws of the realm, and prcpoing a dissolution of the union between chirch and state." There is a sufficiency of v nue and philosophic language to cover any change of tactics ; but it is clear that the crie¶ of " no popery " and the " church in dancr," are those on which he has decided to go to the country. Mr. Disraeli commences with a m...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE NEW ZEALAND MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE NEW ZEALAND MASSACRE. (From the Empire.! Tim New Zealand papers convey sad in telligence from both sides of the island from Poverty Bay on the east a massacre of settlers by Maories, and at Wanganui on the west a defeat of colonial forces by the natives.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ON SAINTS' DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ON SAINTS' DAYS. (From the Goulburn Herald.) WE certainly have no desire to be captious, nor to find fault with the present ministry. We always have been not only willing but anxious that every new ministry should have fair play; and the present cabinet in particular deserves this, since they have taken office at a time when it has been admitted by the late premier that they will have great difficulties to contend with-so great that he has promised that he will give them his assistance instead of his opposition. When this promise was made we pointed out that it was not to be relied on; and from what ha4 since occurred and from all we can learn, Mr. Martin has not the slightest intention of keeping it. Still it shows that the difficulties are great; and if instead of support from the late ministry the present cabinet are, as seems likely, to have the fiercest and most unscrupulous opposition that; has yet been witnessed even in the parliament of New South Wales, then ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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PERILS OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

PERILS OF 1RIl A conspiracy has beer. dinoee stantinople, which in taid to hnv\ object the dethronement of the 8 the substitution in3 hie place sumptive heir. "Twenty-L - been arrested; amongst t' named Condouri, and sever the Young Turkey party. Fi also we have intelligence-of-\ the Viceroy of Egypt. As he, an illumination in a narrow sa, an attempt was made to assasss dropping a steel ball, armed w on his head. The ball riage, and no gunpowt escaped uninjured. As yet 3 nor perpetrator of the act light. Further south, K hear of another emperor'- to have readily a.quiesced in of authority by WagshumO had himself crowned at Gon'ýar? amicable understanding'`ithf Prince of Tigre, and there is n tender who can oppose the unit, y of these two chieftains. The royal family of Russiada5 1..I...y had its share of perils, both by land and water. The Grand Duke Alexander'was shipwreoked but the other day on the coast of Jutland, and narrowly escaped with- his life. Now we hear of an accident t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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THE ELECTIONS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

THE ELECTIONS IN FRANCE. But more important has been the triumph of the French government over some of its domestic difficulties. Its defeat in the de. partment of the Jura has to some extent been compensated by a success in the depart ment of the Var. where in the elections its candidate was chosen by a majority of nearly 5000 votes. In the second circnm scription of the Nidvre also, the imperial candidate has obtained an immense majority; and so also in the department of the Moselle. These successes, as allaying some anxieties and bringing strength to the government, are favourable to peace. Internal discord or danger, if prolong lead to foreign ww... -. calmly discussing the p hour in the Revue dee while condemning the Einm thinks that he is sincerel]y) but urges that the only? peace certain is the redt, military establishment. Prussia had addressed,' proposing disarmament( to be incorrect.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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COMMERCIAL. "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

S"_) COM _MERC_ AL_ _ .;: t ', . .. : ;t - c <.1 -<: t'71r Cc`. Ft Sha ?, r,'Pt : I i 'rke".Omee, Frldayleveeingl 'I. AMr J.W,,MrobbhofiBrindabullna near the:vilul-. lin l'orest, hoasdisposed of" that fine pastoral'pro-. perty toAlessrsRaschland CoflintofJunee for, the; The follosring may be, taken =as th + oir~'arcs or the present' ieei ~ . I l k=" _. ..,,., ..:.' z Flour; per ton.:: line X1'7,0 0 secondsf1 £2 0 0 Wheat, per bushel .: ' to` 0 6"'O Bran, per bushel...... O-1- o 00' Oats.............'JCi' j3? oi/d"' 0 0.. 0 Barley".........jit 048O 6` qf,4 f 0 - 0 ...P ..t.o. n . < 0 0 0 t - t) 0 \Butter; per lbi. '.:v.Y <{f' `0 g FI Ot i' 1* 1 (nBeonsperlb.. .r o 0 ' 6rit 0 rOr Of Cheese; per lb.(done)o0 0 0` z , O 0 12cr . doze(ine. 'o0'. "U0nri t'. , 1x iu0` OcI BRAIDWO pe . OmaD;'iefto 0ct'y4 R. Caigroports fat cattle at'1 1e 100 '0'fiit+' sheep at ,s Gd: -Strosig liarnesh'e orses it.deknnded (Flour, fine, l£ per tout; ii lidiie £15m'dv...

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THE QUESTION OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

THE QUESTION OF WAR. The movement in Spain has modified the European situation. We hear lees of war both in France and Germany. Other cir ncmstances have combinet in favour of peace. The King of Prussia has spoken emphati cally. In reply to an address from the University of Kiel, he had said that he "did not see throughout Europe any cause for the disturbance of 'peace; " but yet had in timated that if a quarrel were forced upon Prussia she was fully prepared. His words were very freely canvassed, and made to bear the usual contrarieties of .interpretation. Afterwards, at Hamburg, the King again reverted to the subject. " What you stand most in need of, gentlemen," he said, addressing the representatives of the cham her of commerce, " we all want, and that is peace; and I have the most certain hope that it will not be disturbed. My words at Kiel ought to have given the world the most complete assurance of my fervent belief in the uninterrupted preservation of peace, and it is incomp...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OCTOBER MAIL FROM ENGLAND. REVOLUTION IN SPAIN. LONDON, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

THE OCTOBER MAIL FROM ENGLAND. (From the correspoedent of the JMfelbourne Argus.) REVOLUTION IN SPAIN. LosnoN, October 9. AroTzan Bourbon has been dethroned. Queen Isabella of Spain is an exile; and with her, probably, terminates in Europe the Bourbon race of sovereigns. She has fallen after a reign of exactly thirty-five years, on the very anniversary of her acces sion. Her government has been a series of insurrections and intrigues, and now finds an appropriate termination in utter disgrace and rain. The wave of revolution has swept suddenly over the country. The navy first, and then the army, declared against her, and the Spanish people every where have followed their example. The history of these events is soon told, though we have had slowly to unravel it from contradictory and perplexing tele grams. The government of Gonzalez Bravo had reached the height of unpopularity, and could only maintain its authority by re pressive measures and the wholesale exile of suspected adversar...

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

f.16krowAi's PeLPrts.--Bilous Henancho and 3laliression of Spirits.--Whenever there Is any excess elhiie, or when that secrttion does not naturally `'tass fl.tho liver, it enteristhe cirnulation; vitlktted liood,: and gives; risei to beaduche, sicknbiss, obhrines, and depression of spirits: This evil .is : lradiy corrdcted by a fewdoses of' these pills; which ,Wninc tispeedy cure wlthout crenting nausea or weak oring tho' stonitch-conseqtiences too frequently dutailed edy tl;o ndlinistration of purgatives 116llowdy's pills simultaneously purify tino strengthen:. They improvo the appetife,' leanse the palnae, and invigorate the stomach. These pills aet Ss-tlgoikost sticcessful. alteritives, effectitig'u silent bt'chrtithi chaingg or the better 'hi every organ which has becom disorder eithc.u'tht6gliglx3tIdrius4 living or other causer.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

DIED. O'BRIEN.—At her residence, Gininderra Creek, on   the 29th ultimo, JANE, the beloved wife of John O'Brien, aged 36 years.

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

GUNDAROO. [fROM oUR cORRESPONDENT.]     SERIOUS ACCIDENT.---Yesterday, Margaret Booth, a girl of thirteen, daughter of Mr. Thomas Booth, receivedsusch injuries from a horse as to leave her   life despaired of. She was on horseback engaged driving some stock out of her father's yard, when the animal shied and threw her. Her foot got fast in the stirrup, and while thus dragged about the yard by the frightened beast, she received such kicks and other injuries that little hopes are entertained of the poor girl's recovery.     AUCTION SALE.-Our town is to be enlivered on Tuesday and Wednesday next, by the presence of   your townsman and knight of the hammer, Mr. O'Neill, who is to preside at a sale of Mr. Vallance's surplus stock. The period for such an object is very opportune, as the shearing is about being finished; and hard-earned money may in this way be better laid out than in paying it all away to the pu...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATTEMPTED MURDER OF MR. MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF MR. MANNING. (Front the Brisbane Courier.) IT is with feelings of the deepest regret that we have to renard a murderous assault, perpetrated on Mr. A. W. Manning, under colonial secretary, on the 24th November. The news that each an event had occurred was astounding in the extreme, and, as it spread through the city, it occasioned the most intense indignation, excitement, and surprise amongst all classes. On the first hearing it, the seneral hope was that the rumour was at all events exaggerated; but further inquiry dispelled this anticipation, and it was established beyond doubt that one of the most brutal attempts to murder ever heard of had been committed in our midst, in broad daylight, on a gentleman holding a very high position in thecolony. The name of the man whose atrocious deed has thus cast a gloom over the community is F. 8. Bowerman, late police-magistrate at Leyhurn. He is known to many in the colony, having held responsible situa tions here under t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

.ý<v;TEKLY.OALNDA~ { Daye of tho wOO ecs 'ofi rise., a Py \tonth. _ t :-A1UUItlfl ., .. lie Ii 447 1 SUNDRAY Kr~t- t FI t 'l IN IESU .. II9 447,,ý.J.. 'o _ IIUlsila. ,:71u 1 1TL.-7 pat417 o l m inv III, 7. ,

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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The Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1868. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

i-i". S s ta SYDNEY. T11 P tmi.mmadlserice-i- about t dis~oiftir?tidd . ' - The municip.al " lections Ib.i "Y ci4ted r ii1h intr est. Tithe- meb _ - elet uo ?vIessrs Qatley, Voods, Braidftrd S"iic' mpib_ S a'r verD A Y, _;nCJ .f zs~: is JTheinaimes of M?'r GW MAihn and ir W."Specet havei b'eed'freeydeay njoilriOti pohtic'tL ciucl$s in colniegtiwi witi ~hc vca'cyJ for-"We; t Sydney, .bu t.?neither T flpniama-miset nnuhccio d hiimscA'ea candxdhite. `ow :; The nfricnpls'of MreSiamn. 1Lyon:- i e'i c( vyi oininictifeyp cavss qa half for Central Cumblerland. . 1T1p Ministryl'have invited theit ' - lae 's t6'idinerfr et' unud iy , the mnembers- of jlrh6-ex.Ministiry I ave bii'nS ievited by thei'f supporters to a pic noi~icua eis to comb of con the same ^Mt 'De'inof, the *Manning, has'fan nvonncyed that ho0 iSnetnit'"t leave the colony this quarter, and that it is prob able (ips paper iul1 then be discontinued a adid atoe, of G` nning, 'ind illiam MC^aydlgean, of laiy conttactoi., ate in ha...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

rn.) 7/'; TO 2'HEpZITqR._ SImt, In your issue of, November "28th there appears "An: attempt at a replyfromin Mustard' lo Iis conip inion hi the d6ttstand " .ppier) poor:6one: 'That "'iMustard 'has.chosen ýi most pi~iop i~ite n signare -as regards cblour, no irilt'kl ý4n1 tliii' pert " ?e li1Tr t; 1'ustprd,") his jisJst deserts,;the.,people ad init. n.But it is not wlsa'iPepper' or ":Alli Pifd" siay of `ech other th itI wouldd or a hiooen~~'t~tcP.' WVh~it I and many others nb Ap isthis-t-hpt ultaisli'd~sljiould be in `a position to furnilh'you, Mlrr1ditor' witli~the copy of a ldttey froA 'MrW iEvPlluncett ad sse to h police ritigt tr.ito of Qnten ey Doi e te littler ,gentienhngleve .hi, correspondence iei the rhands of, '..Mustard,' for sivn e icvisti ? IIi "Mustard.' any thipg do iti tho- lhide'of' Juitic&'iit Gundaron?, 4 Is tlhe qafe ii thp siid" Lsnrple ,ontaioining the records and correspondencenof the coitnlocked? and, if so, does 't Mustard ee t ey of tlie aid` safe? I...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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CONSECRATION OF ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

CONSECRATION OF ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL. (Abridged froa the S. M. Herald.) Om Monday morning, in the presence of a very great concourse of persons, the Anglican Cathedral of St. Andrew in this city, was consecrated accord ing to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England by the Metropolitan Bishop (the Right Rev. Dr. Frederick Barker), who was assisted by the suffragan prelates-the Biehous of Adelaide. Mel bourne, Newcastle, Brisbane, Goulburn, and Tasma nia-together with the Dean of Sydney, Canons Vidal, Stack, King, and O'Reilly, and a large body of clergymen. This fine building has, therefore, after the lapse of many tedious years, at length been opened for the performance of Divine service, in conformity with the use of the Church of Eng land. At half-past ten o'clock the Metropolitan and his six suffragan bishops began to assemble in the tem porary building on the north side of the cathedral, where they were joined by about seventy clergymen. Thence the prelates (in their...

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