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DISASTROUS NEWS FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

DISASTROUS NEWS FROM THE FRONT. The steamship Wanganui arrived in Wel lington harbour from Wanganui, bringing the following disastrous news from the front: Times Office, Wanganui, 7th November, 10 p.m. Orderlies have ridden in from Wairoa. We have received the following disastrous intelligence : Okotuku was attacked at 8.30 this morn ing by Colonel Whitmore with a force of about three hundred Europeans and eighty natives, the majority of the natives not turning out when required. The enemy was in very strong force, and strongly posted. An admirable movement was made by Colonel Whitmore. While the advance force were attacking the enemy his reserve threw up an earthwork for the advance to retire behind, in case it should be required to do so; eventually it proved of essential service. After a brief contest, finding that his casualties were very heavy, and no pros pect of gaining any advantage by continuing the attack, Whitmore retired, carrying away all the wounded that could be seen....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

an orno .t The Treasury. Ned South Wales, : 1th.November, 1868. -xrPaynient of Rent of Runs: OLDElRS of Rins in the Second Class Settled '_ annildUnsettled ])istricts are reminded that by the 26th clause of the Regulations under the Crowns `Lands-Occupation Act of .1861, the rents fur the vbtr,18609,of all runs must be paid on or before the 131st Deceniber net. t. . r z SAUL SLAMUEL GOOD CHEERI FOR CHRISTMAS! J TST ARIRIV1ED S+:" AT TuC The finest Spirits, Wines, :'" E:71: aisi t' if$ NOI TO BE'SURPASSED I LWN:Sir ALES BEGSrleave to iriform'this nutmercus isupporterst }.band friends in the distrietlhat lie risipreparedt dossupplyrthemwith the'.finest quality-ioftlspiritsi wvines, and cordials at the following.,in3 , i ri n o Reduced Rates, to Meet the Times! Best WestIndia Run - - ;;- 22/,per galloun Martell's bestdark Brandy.-re26/ tiu',fdii~.' Splendid old Port- - 46/t ,,;i Sberry - - 1/ A GRAND BALL ANDOSUPPER O u;O el ,'TYe. ' S'Night 2 +D= ouble Tiecltevs; Ga: Sin6lt ditto,'s7 ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 5 December 1868

A 'most deplor~able boat accident oceui"r&d on Saturday afteinoon; 'nea' 1 1ehlabra I Point, Rose Bay, about one hndi d aLyids from the shore; by which two young men were drowned Thbee sons of Mir Frederick oitley, supetintendeit it the Glc. Isbind Abattoiruand brother, to, M, Janies Oatley, M.L.A.,,,together:,withrain, elderly gentle maninamed MWr Ball; hired a'skiff from Mi S. Richardson; 'Double Bay, on' Saitiirday morniiigi aboutitern o'clock, ind pi oce ded n it finhin ecursionf' ThejP weit 'roind to m o PlliinhPointi Rose Bay w r e' thy icniained fishing ori some timeand p were about rctunnibn .,i.theveuing when.ithe unfoirtunate .occurrence happened. James Qatley' ,aged.twenty' yearss; was in the.act of pulling rup the 'kellick when he. by somie means 'lost hfs"hbalaince and fell over board. '}It 'appearsi lie` ould 'not' swiin. 'Iis li'oblicr XV illihiin iz, ' tiwnty-thrce, 'nliu aS a good sunmo, immediately jumped into, the, watee,,to .save., him.- [irli. thir'l br ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

OUR SECOND. PARCELL. OF.: NEW SUMMER GOODS WILL BE OPENED NEXT WEEK F?HE nnder.igned begs to annouine that he has inadeLARGE PURCiHASES of NEW.and -. SEASONABLE GOODS in SYDNEY during thb past wieek. They are remarkablj well bought, and will be sold CHEAP. , Fullparticulars will :appear during the week, and in next paper. . 'Braidwood itore. Queanbeyai. WAKR WAINBTED; !,'o TWO SHEPIIERDS ^.VT. . Apply to MANDELSON .nd JOSEPH, ; NaSe Valley. A NOVEL.. PROCLAMATIONI ,FOR QUEANBEYAN. ABRAHAM LEVY;f EGS to acquaint the Public that he is , nowselling his Stock CHEAPER S THAN EVER! Every purchaser of One Pound'si woorth of.: Goods for cash" will be presented; . ; GRATIS YITII SPLENDID FRUIT FOI A. CHRISTMAS PUDDING By Order 'of himself. dad *aue the ubten, AND EVERYBODY ELSE ! AT THE BRAIDWOOD STORE A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF COLONI&L BOOT8 Just opened, consisting of Men's colonial bluchers Women's leather lace, 6/6 Women's cashmere, 4/6 Summer Crimean Flannels 2/4, worth as. Crape clo...

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SYDNEY. ETTERSHANK EAGLESTONE AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

SYDNEY. ETTERSUANK. EAOLESTONE AND. CO.'S I5REPORT.; : Fat Cattle.-The number offered during the week, has beeni qite up to requirements." Thequality, was medium,; with a fair proportion' of good,: but none. prime. Safes were well attended, but competitionj was dull, and a slight reduction" on late rates 'took' place: -. Good quality beef realised from ;17/6 to '20/ per 100 lb. ., Fat Sheep.-A full supply, mostly of medium to inferior qualities. For such a reduction had to:be' submitted to, while good to prime were readily quit-' ted at late rates. Quotations: Good to prime 54 lb wethers in wool, 10s to 12s ; ditto, shorn, 7s to 9s.., Store Cattle. The demand southward still , con tmues, and really well-brcd lots, of fattening ages, are read:ly disposed of at quotations ; inferior lots are, almost unsaleable. Northwards,. little ,or nothing doing. Quotations: Southwards-b?ullks, 60stto: 75s; mixed sexes, 50s to 65s. Northwards-mixed sexes, 35s to 45s. . .. Store Sheep.-No improvemen...

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ON THE DEATH OF AN ONLY CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

ON TRlE DEATH OF AN ONLY CHILD. DARKNESS is going; daylight is breaking: My eyelids through weeping are heavy and aching; Night after night the watch I've been keeping O'er the little sick-cot where my poor boy is sleeping. Solt, gentle music seems in my ear ringing; Sweet angel voices are round the cot singing; Heavenly smiles are o'er his face creeping ; His deur little heart grows weary with beating. The dew-drops of death are on his face stealing ; His pure little soul his body is leaving: 0 God, Oh, my Gcd! it is no usedenying My own darling boy is not sleeping, but dying. "1 Mother, dear mother," his pale lips are muttering: 'Twixt heaven and earth his sweet spirit is Buttering: He's gone I on light wings to heaven he has fled; My first one, my last one, my own boy, is dead. Qucanbeyan, Dec. 6th,l1868. AXZ

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN. S. COhEN AND CO.'S REPORT. Best bullocks, ,16 to £7; medium, £4 15.% to £5 10s. Store bullocks, 60s to 70s; equal_ sexes,, 50s to 60s. 'Weighty wethers, 601b, zit.ripe, .from; 7s to s 6d;dlighter weights in proportion. Store sheep 4s to 5s. Horses not' quoted.

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. From tb'o Empire,' December 9th. YESTERDAY, at noon, the benediction and the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of St. Mary's Cathedral, according to the Roman Pontifical service, took place in the presence of' a large multitude of persons of all ranks, and of different creeds. The wea ther was delightful. The day selected was theFestival of: the Immaculate Conception of her in whose honour the Cathedral is to be named. It" is 'not much: more that three years since.a conflagration destroyed the old Cathedral, which had for years been the pride of the Roman Catholics of this colony. The calamity was so unexpected and dis heartening'to our fellow-citizens of the Ro-. man Catholic Chuch-and so universally regretted by the colonists generally- that person's of nearly every religious persuasion united in practical sympathy towards re building on the ruins of the former Cathedral an edifice of superior grandeur and s...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

TO TUE EDITOR. Sin.-In your last is a letter from "Vinegar," and his production is about as sour as himself. I am instructed by " Mustard " to inform him: that he has no intention of satisfying "'Vine gar's" inquisitiveness by answeringhis letter,: tutther than by referring him to the police nlag:strate to say if he kept the:letter himself or handed it over to the: satfe keeping of. "i Mustard." In conclusion.allow .me to state that '? Mustard" did all thiat was required proved what you yourself believed to be right to be incorrect. I am yours truly (by order of " Mustard ") KETUHUP.

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Our Christmas Publication. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

Our Christmas Publication. ; Agents; Advertisers, Correspondents, S' ,?bsc'ibers, and others interested are hereby ; inf! virmid that, in consequence of -Christmas happening on Friday, this journal will be p?rblithked at five o'clock in the afternoon of iThurs.day, the. 24th instant, instead of on ,Sa.t'aiurday, morn;ng of that week. Our tele. graphic and other agents and correspondents; :as well as'intending advertisers, wil. oblige by forward;ng their favours in good time to. en 'sure publication in that day's. issu$.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

SYDNEY. Wednesday" , IT is probable the debate on Mr Parkes's want of, confidence motion in the present Ministry will not he concluded this week. Mr Charles Moore was to-day for the third time elected mayor of Sydney. The Rev. Thomas Smith, of St. Barna has, is recovering from his severe attack' of illness, and is about to visit England.. The Colonial Secretary has written to Mr.Joseph Dyer, informing him that the Government has not yet determined whe ther it will entertain his proposal for:u Grand Intercolonial Exhibition in 1870. The new ship Annie Duthie arrived to day, after a splendid passage of .79 days. Mr Robert McDonald, the manager of the Armidale branch of the Commercial Bank, hias obtained twelve months' leave, of absence to visit England on account of ill-health. Messrs Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co. report.best beef at 17s .6d per 100. lb.,! best wethers 8s 6d to 9s 6d. , Messrs Petherhridge and Co. report maize at from 3s 5d to 3s 6d per bushel; oaten hay from £5 to ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

WEERLY CALENDAR. ays at teo wee. o1 Sun rises Sun sets Age SSATUR.AY ... .. .. Dec. 12, 447 i7 1 27 SUNUAY 13 4 47 7 MONi),Y.... ... ; . ,, 14 4 4 7 2 N T UESI)AY . ..... .,, 1 4- 8 7 3 L HB ENF SIIAY ... ... 10 4 48 7 4 .2 : 11UltSDAY. ... . .. .,, 17, 418 7 4 , FIRIDAY... le.... ,1 4 40 7 & 4 SOO.Y 'y IA8e. - "'e. 'Ne. moon, on Monday, the 11th, at 14h. 38m. am.

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

GUNDAlIOO. [s'aop OUR CORRESPONDENT.J PoLtIe. CoUaT.- Wednesday. December 9th. Before the police magistrate and Mr Styles. C. A A Massy v. Frederick March. Defendant was charged under the Masters and Servants Act wibh absenting himself from the hired service of complainant on the 10th of November la t. It appeared from the evi dence of Mr 3Massy that he engaged defendant, to shear at the same rate' of wages Mr Ramsay was giving until all the sheep were shorn, but in thie days after entering upon his work defendant abscon ded. Defendant denied that the engagement was for the whole shearing, but declined to be sworn to :that effect. Fined £1 and 2s 6d costs of court, in default 7d.ays imprisonmentin Queanbeyanjail; half the fine being allowed the informer, Mr Massy promised to give it to the Queanbeyan hospital. C. A. Massy v. James Campbell. The defendant was charged with wilft.l neglect of' duty as a sheo he'Fd, in'losing four sheep, for which comp!ainant claimed.?2. "The informatio...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday. TIrE mailn steamer Geelong cleared the Heads at 5"40. A sound sample of flour sold by auction this day at £12 12s 6d.

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SEA-GOING SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

SEA-GOING: SHIPS. , From the .Pall A.hll Gazette.) SA~rmsT the fury of discussion about monitors and turret ships, too little consideration has been given to vessels built with a first re gard to speed; ships which were only dis cussed last year in a secondary sort of way, and with an adverse result. M~eanwhile (and we doubt whether the fact is sufficiently known in this country)-the French and the Americans alike have laid down a number of unarmoured frigates and corvettes in tended to carry powerful armaments, and to go at high speed. The American ships have in many cases been completed and sent to sea ; and though they may be less wonderful in steam performance than their designers at first expected, they are nevertheless very fast and formidable ships. They have not excited much attention in England, for they have been carefully sent to distant stations, where they are most likely to escape notice; while the ship selected for the flag of Admiral Farragut on his European pleasure...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

S- otonial ýQxtraqts . POLrTICAL.-We understand that his Honor Judge Owen has been appointed to a seat in the Upper. House, and that he'will take charge of the business there on behalf of. the Goverment; he will also. occupy a seat in the Cabinet, and be a member of Executive Council. Judge Owen is well known in political life as having represented Iilawarra in the Legislative Assembly about eight years ago.-Enmpire. STE ]MUIlDER OF SERGEANT HUI.L. ANOTHER TRAGEDY.--Elannigan, the police constable who shot sergeant Hull at Ham ilton, has been found guilty of murder by the coroner's jury. The affair has given rise to another tragedy. It appears tuat the wife of constable Wigmore, of Dunkeld, hearing the news, and finding that her hus. band was summoned to the scene of the murder, became considerably depressed in spirits, and fancied that her husband would be murdered also. The poor woman was suddenly taken in labour, and the shock to her nerves was so great that she died in her connl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

The Treasury. New'Soith Wales, -`. 19th Nuvember, 1868. Payment of Rent of Runs. I??OLI)ERS of Runs in the Second Class Settled and Unsettled Districts are reminded that by - ithe-26th clause of the Regulations under the Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861. the rents fur the yeoirl869'of.al'ruins inustbe paid on or before the 31s D.ceniber next. SAUL SAMUEL. iI=MPOUNDED atJ Bungendore, on the S 5th i:f )December, 1868, fromt (ldielgh; sum Sdue lit daite of nutice, G :- _ ;:'"Dark brown mare, .broken, pulled tal, d all , : round,- adlee ia mrked; sicirnesr' shouldr,. whip ma, ked off, saoulder, llke ;JJ nverJ iJF off shoulder. -: ;loAn;, smne day, from Brown's Flat; snm due; 10/9?- B' Bla~l mare, white face and legs. CS or GS near * souildeir r rItf not releasedewlllbe sold at tbis pound at noon ,n te Uast.day of Deceniber, 1868i . i " :J. A.. WILLIAMS-Pouindkeeper. i POUNDED at Qsueanbeyan, on, the 9'- 8th _ of :Deceimber, -868,; from. Canberra, by a"Peter Shti uck'; damages and driv...

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The Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1868. :SEVIBRAL of the provincial journals have : recently published letters from their own cor'respondents in Sydney not at all coin pliienutairy to the intelligence of the pre sent Ministry, and especially that of the S'etietary for Public Works. Great stress ..?iitrs also bleen laid upon the advanced age of the -Postmaster-General; and other trifling objections have been raised. It :isa mystery: to the uninitiated how these '',i.owi: correspondents" manage to get *.,hold of information which is denied to -'q every b;.odly else. Leaving, however, the. ! sitaiet with their 'craft, it is, to say the. e"s"il?8it of it, an iact of shler injustice to' ,?;raise thie standard of prejudice agniinst the 'linistry or any .of its, members before; tlieir poliicy is known or any, of, their mea siires are rougliht to: the: ordinary test. It frequently has happened that men of n~otery ritinedl ed'ucation havo shewn to the iortluh .various degrees of. capability fit ting ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 12 December 1868

... Noa.al and Bistqiqt J.ws, .. PoLICr CorrT.--James McCulley, who!had tl just conlpleted.a sentence in Guulburnr jail, and had been arrested in Guulburn,. immddi- c ately onrhis discharge, in virtue of a warrant c issued 'ytheQueanbeyan bench; and remanded f hither to be dealt with, was brought before I the bench on Monday, charged with having 1 stolen a horse bell and pair of hobi,les:belong- =b ing to Robert Thompson, of Molonglo. The p prisoner, was remanded for oue day,.ai-d'ag ih> till Thursday, when the case being proved, he t was sentenced to one month's imprisonment inn Queanheyan jail.-; ::.; ;~ - , SPRIsoNErt's ESCORT.-The police -- van, on 1 Monday, morning last,- left town with .the' fol-' .lowing prisoners en route to their:several des- t tinations:--Henry Quinn and -Mary M'Laugh- C lin, under sentence from'.the Qieanbeyai;ses- I sions ;,William:Ivill, Mary'-Thompson, and i William Sharman, aliasPodmore,_ under sen- C tence from.the:Coomna sessions; John Macar- ~ t...

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