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DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

DENIaARIL The Danish government, stimulated, it is believed, by Napoleon, lately made a direct demand upon Prussia to fulfil the treaty of Prague.

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The Age. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

- " - AI EA =c===jjM=i 4! ;.- , - - - t" U .. RSDAY, DECEMBER 24th, 1868.' CHRISTMAS! The great Christian festivl I is 'come, once more-as replete as:ever "with undefinable charms and delightfui ,associations; and .Christians are univer Ssally hailing its advent with most joy?'. emotions. Alike in torrid as in frigi ?. zones-as much in the temperate clime o4; our fatherland as in semi-tropical At: tralia, Christmas is CHnITSMAS ; and "wc. ;,with our golden harvest and parched plains, exhausted streams and burning Iheat, are as, disposed and determined o r::?remeber the season and be happy a?:d 'grateful, as are our kindred at home "?n 'the'.'midst of their good old-fashioned Christmas with the inseparable associ:. tions of frozen'streams, transparent icicklc-, and drifting snow. And why not? A .ce - not our picnics and parties, our excursio, by land and by water-in gully and gkeo:, by.mounitain and stream, on river a:d harbour and lake, with our fruits, a:? summer, viands, as well -...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

TURKEY. The recent conspiracy at Constantinople ape are to have been of a very serious character and extent. The intention of th, authors was to, have produced confusion in the capital by an attack on the Sultan preliminary to a concerted rising throughout the Christian provinces. A large number of persons, principally foreigners, were arrested, and will be brought before a special tribunal. The Bulgarian revolutionary committee continues its intrigues at Bucharest, which are watched by the Powers.

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

Mdndilq· efdaaoin. ImP irsnd 0. Co.'ii itn1isi mail. arnrved ` to-d'y it Adelaide, wvith Egnilh x'-w, to N aovewb'nbr M1r oh: IheF~ucer and Xtoyid 'feoiilv sri~ i,. h " c1 Gdlatea had Bailed on II ae t jd E3riernciu ri'd Australian har ya. e_ . I ýacording to Thtest accouuti th''c lanin dred rnd aixt .four 1iberrb ands tlclis·oý huo.zý Bdred"' saidrfon cvcl cc 'lotr. ser'( ntrraie were elcctei3 loli-us alectlon riots Ya& d., octrr e.: ' t r;rro ghda.. Pihe m titixurf1 e re calbe:'_ oiii*' inJ the ? Depiscuty rieuit tits . aot `f &L A tiY"eojarl ('Giut3n11tratiol 1 nid c'tr ~i~tti. .tlyde l'ar to Co~tiiulr31.t'" _r tu'.2 :Ba C r ter iuzcce tia dot ýL v olcut eairthqtrq e h Eas Leari-x, i;=M .. fit 4>rmLitUYl:1 ýFne a. r: uhyn rlechd T'rt ;ec Ja utitiuP: aI ofht liicditet toes, GoIfvt.s, `di :` ol i:t poy bti her: r

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

AUSTRIA. Last week Europ.e wae perturbed by an alleged secret'speech of Baron 'Beust before the military committee, which maintained the necessity of keep ing the Austrian army on a war footing of 800,000 men. So large a force was at first opposed; but on hearing the Baron's speech in explanation the ob jectors acquiesced. In France war was thought imminent, and the bourses were troubled. Great pains have been taken to tranquillise the publio mind. An agitation is going on in Bohemia for Ozecha notonomy, which has become so alarming that the Kaizer was compelled to decree the suspension of liberty, dismiss the police, and place the people under martial law; the rioting then ceased.

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THURSDAY—DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

THU3,SDA-DEUMR?sa 17. In the Legislative Counoil, Beveral papers were laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr. Owen moved the acknowledgment by the Legislative Council of her =Majsty'e gracious pre sentation of copies of the book entitled the Early Years of his Royal Hi hune the Prince Consort, and Leaves from her M3jeaty's Journal of her Lite Sin the Highlands. The motion was put and carried. The usual essional notices were put and agreed to. The House adjourned until Wednesday nut. In the Amembly, In reply to Mr. Stimpson, Mr. Forster said that the government would next session introduce a bill to apply the proceeds of sales of church and school The Cathedral Olosee Bill was brought in by Mr. Driver, and read a Brat time. Mr. Mo Kay moved for a railway trial survey be. tween Bathurst and Orange, which was agreed to after some debate, in whicoh ministers stated that they had already directed the trial survey to be pro oeeded with. In the absence of Mr. Martin, who had moved...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY—DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNBSDAY-DsonxMBr 16. In the Legislative Council, There was not a quorum present, and the Presi dent adjourned the House until four p.m. next day. In the Assembly, Mr. Samuel postponed to Wednesday next his motion for going into committee of ways and mean, and consequently his financial statement. Mr. J. 8uttor moved for a return of the amount of travelling expenses paid to ministers since the estab lishment of rpas le government. Mr. Samuel said the government had no objection to produce the return, but thought Mr. Buttor should have given some reason for asking for it. The re turn had been partly prpared, but was not yet com pleted; and he could my in regard to it, that the whole amount received by all the ministers since responsible government was exoeeded by the sum received by one member of the late administration. Mr. Robertson did not regard this as the motion of the hon. member who had given notice of it. It was in all essentials the motion of Mr. Parkes, who...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

F SPAIN. The revolution is being quietly consummated. The Madrid and provincial juntas havre dissolved them selves, andthe wholecountry has given adhesion to the.provisional' government. General Prim, Serrano, ard Admiral Topete, have been strengthened'by the arrival at Madrid of Senor Alozaga, a long exiled veteran. The provisional government has-been recognised by America and the European powers. 'cot - I :ac Ad2 il i 4V Ui XA PW"Ati4Ai2 4 r1-10441 +'?"ni.abfS, 0 : bS.7 - .tn, - t :t w' i,: ttYc-f t. t! d '.tc AF*,:pi~ it tt ;cgrronltr s DLitl t: itt: ti~ ·Ol: -01," tc "n C It I III on IA c .." i e :r i 'P ; "; J r.:r.,... - -'a c.

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PER BOMBAY. ADELAIDE, Monday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

(From the-d i. MWe?-a a d pn t .a telegraphic correspondent.)4 S ADELAiDE, Monday, 9'a m. Ti?e A A.SN ompr' '".? an'assemer Rangatira Captain Grainger, ? v off shent Pier this morning, with the n-lish mails per Geelong, with news to: the 6t.and late telegrams to the 27th November. Rangatira left Adelaide on the 9th December and reached the Sound at 3 a.m. on the 14th, after an excellent run of one hundred and.three hours, with light head winds. The R.M.S. Geelong arrived at the Sound four hours later, after a rapid passage of five and a half days and left at one a.m. next day. The R.M.S. Bombay, from Galle,. arrived at nine p.m. on the 16th instant, and the' Rangatira started on her return voyage at midnight, but was delayed by head winds.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

Fs~.---1 bc to resume the insportant queI? to,? ,i' I'?".n.ndin. off hind rt Ited ait three farthings!per acre per annum. If my horses or cattle are found.regaling themielves with a -'little of that expensive grass or only a drink of water, they are thrust into a stock yard and kept there, oftentimes three or four days without water or food, and then driven with all speed some ten or twelve miles izto pound, the result sometimes being the death of perhaps a favourite animal. This is not just, and ought not to be allowed. Again : If my.cattle,.say thirty head, are impounded and I follow them to the pourid, it is with the greatest difficulty I can release them without paying a sustenance fee at the ex travagant rate of one shilling per head per day, thought though they have not had a bite-of' feed. If these charges are autho. rised, a poundkeeper's income must be con sideratile, and all unjustly wrung out of unfortunate owners' pockets. Is there no remedy? • A SUFFERER. Sir,-Will you ...

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Rejection of the Want of Confidence Motion. Wednesday, 11 a.m [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

S-7rEdenec~ I~9~- xnl·; .T' v. twin·:wta of. C6.u Itteifi±;'Cg do M%!_! ;Jj :tegatirtsd tby' a ^irajorit' CWf Pout'-· tha rýzesc I _Y~i e rJ txrz I La a be'1ý t)`Cti4ý'y'ýtli c tro tn- cotý-" yflr'fQj;·r·. ts'clicte, d-Cfiairbari py(',arr i ~li+i"s ce "b tjývi vt r ::fiv. tý . a nl 1' tV~tt:» jti't uin tbo tweiinty-ttwu. f y ur 0 tt1Cflt - A rltce bt' l a n riaios t~v -. five I wcive 'no;tha c wasrnt'4ec14 b aot oix i 1 nli men :u ·t( ijourned to 4thit lfth $ IT' r r uttir ut ;.i 'L n)t :t is Pi.'nm t a t. });t:' ,l - C is } ilt{%Stto resi z hiji7 n nintltnf. tp t1·rLt·t1· Lambe Rmeit, E4.q., ie - as~e'tecd -ptilic v ~accinator ; cr Qu!Luca behota n

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FRIDAY—DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

EIt the Assembly. In answer to Mr. Wisdom, Mr. Robertson statatd that the government did not contemplate intb. duoing a bill this session to repeal the Newspaps??-r Postage Act unless called on by .the House to. 1 so. The papers respecting the alleged conspiracy assassinate the Duke of Edinburgh were referred the select committee on that subject. . Mr. Oarrett gave notice of a resolution aflirmirl the desirability of repealing the Newspaper Postal; Act. Mr. Lee resumed the debate on Mr. Parke: motion of want of confidence, to which he announc-.I his intention of giving his support. Mr. Lloyd spoke in favour of the ministry. Mr. Martin contended that the division on tl motion would not.test the fact whether this minist had the confidence of the House. It might be th, a majority would divide with the government; b' in that majority there would,'at all events, be th members-who,whilst they would vote- against tlI 'motion, stated that they had no confidence in t ministry. Dr. Lang, Mr. ...

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GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. (Froma the Aucstratartan.) THE KITCHEN GARDEN.-Just at the close of a week of parching winds and hot sunshine, we were again favoured with copious showers, which have pene trated sufficiently far into the soil to reach the roots of most crops, and will add considerably to the vigour and freshness of many kinds of late planted vegetables. Crops of late planted potatoes will have been greatly benefited, and peas, beans, and other leguminous plants that were withering and dropping their blossoms, are now looking fresh and vigorous. Attention should be paid to earthing up crops whilst the soil is moist and warm, and advantage should be taken to plant out late crops of cabbages and cauliflowers according to the demand. Continue to sow a few rows of peas and French beans, and in some localities potatoes may still be planted with' a certainty of an average crop. Early potatoes should be lifted as soon as they, show signs of ripening,. as when left in the ...

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A CASE FOR INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

A CASE Ofl INVESTIGATION. (2:, iIom t)Ii Goulburn Herald.) Wnrim the positioi,, of the late attorney-, S"general has been rfterred to during the :, want of confidence debate it has been stated by mthe friends of the \ ate ministry that not " ttitandin# all that.w as said against that S"'?l? olda. the ffe~arent positions 'bf ,, Sand jury, crown-proAbwtor,and member .of '.the executive couniil there was no Instaa s e on :record of .his having acted l' properly. Even if so, it a.te no reason in favpr, of the retention of s.i, objectionable: practice to say that all the ?-~_% that might .r i?ei - from it have not hithdrTto arisen. TUnder a purely despotic governaient every mubject does not lose his life and pi-operty ; and with a virtuous ruler things may go on well enough. That however. is no reas.?' why we should prefer despotism to liberty. ' Btt notwithstanding the' favorable view that Mr. Martin and his friends take of the co nduct of the, late attorney-general, it will require som...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDOn, NOVEMBER-6. The Galatea, unider the command of the Duke of Edinburgh, started last Friday from Plymouth, on her Indian and Australian voyage, but owing to an accident the ship had to return, and was docked, which will delay her departure a few days. It is intended to call at Madeira and the Cape at the end of December; Western Australia, end of January; Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney, in February; Wellington and Auckland in March; and at theend of May she will sail for Yokohama, and return by Hongkong, Manila, Singapore, Penang, and Cal cutta, about the end of October; thence, via Galle and Mauritius, to the Cape, in April,. 1870; and is expected home about July, 1870, after a voyage of 39,000 miles. The Panama service is likely to be continued. After several meetings of creditors and debenture holders, it was agreed to grant the company a letter of license for twelve months, conditional on recon structing the directorate; also; to raise £25,000, either by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

iMANCHESTER HOUSE. C-HR' Iý,S T MA S S`UPP L:I ES OF ALL KINDS, TOU, HAND. Stock Replete, in all th Departments. ia d ll other Goode, BOUND and of th BDEST ' QUALITY, and 'will be disposed of At prices that ;will wake up all. off-siders..; SNI Dodges. praeteised-our Fruirts will be SOLD. ROBERT SINDEL SQueanbeyan* D e tmer 18th, 1888. OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, Wesaleyan Church. IV: SE ? VICE,; d .TO-MORROW '(CHRISTMAS) EVENING, at balf,-pet 7' A- r J)FDE ' -Se invid t r h * ('ct - 4 , 2xu ?.?ation, - raine, ?-?? .onry ? 'n3r. D 5ork sarJi i tiei s i- i e I o5 Quersnh" r : n to who:r en; c? s in' :''' too::e 'i :'es.c S stbgys s, 15th?.e; . i .. - i ' .-. GiRP ,O ICin.it STrUDIO ,;-t- " t~n3'ciattihu r .Slou F ' Siidf bar dei; - ' - . 2 Ca rp enter s w orr:,. Jolnorn ' -corx c,-.. a d .! . .' Ei..lhi tsr lý,: n cae tanm;. -i:. ?... Or t.ýr ha:lo of t Ae ? ur!s inon aur. S. .| Qnuer,.ios.n;'ta.wbbom Tnenrier aer;to" be. addr es¢t. ! on- bo?or' .bLoon, Lthoia, February 8 I69, r~ e1eaid At;....

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COMMERCIAL. [?]BANK [?]AULESTONE AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

isU .ANK JEautLSTTO)N - ;t; CO.'s ,,lCt.. va i'le.- 'The' ouroe'r uftered dnimit the week =:n rueber du:tc r the reqgireuenuta oft the rade, i: i: co cc?~:* t aslight ilirPovement on loost an:t i I'ipropt ble. A. large proprition' of t,; ?pi':S wo's of i;udiutim qntlityp; Gooed 'io oru ' wer e"gt cgriy eormpeted for,.and tiiay be quoted 'o.. d . e 2Os per 100 lb.; medini di2toi?: "ea r hd 'upply drinig th( i'eck hts ::.:! e4;ite tieraantne. The quality 'r g enraly Snf n; dim3rn den'ription, Thrre ios no altritirons ' :t report!tig, although the prierc obtaine ? wer Iýiijl to ir3a ' .oio'r' "o toin i9; '. {r:>in.i jnipjiiiý . '?t wti' e rs lied i s Dstii f l:to mr.dlm: S. it:i% i '{ n t" Su interior loumostin: s :hable. ::,re C'a :?-?-tu d a-n1 nd etuthwitrtd still coal= ..-. ", [":.,i w -Drell late, ,f" 1 V q1<t' ":% ' rvo- : .u.e! " cr'cis, i'sufpeoP 'g' ittle ('!'r:rncJ l+: S : s bleing de:' o so gon. t "e drough :+ ! "aýI: th?ac, v 0t b ,ve ign o! b' i e? for g o.od...

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THE SEEDING OF AN ACRE OF LAND WITH ONE PECK OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

THE §EEDING, OF .AN .ACRE OF LAND WITH ONE PECI OF WHEAT. '(From .lth Apgri(ul(ral Gazette.) - ALTno rir "I feel 'weariid and nearly nau seated with thi' ne pdek of seed an acre matter, and I r otantlbatrn to it; yet, as some clerial friends have written to me, and. a worthy'lay gentleman .has verbally asked me to write once more upon it, and go a little more into detail, Iwill trouble r yourwith another paper; and in the first .place I will express my surpriso thit" Eng liihnin "accustomed to the country as my above friends are should not know that there is.-nothin'g novel or difficult in the seeding of an English acre of land with an (Efgish:i.pecli? of.>.wheat; and as for such being to be done by way of experiment, as they seem to consider it, I ask how can that be deemed experimental which has been known and practised, land with success also, for'at least more than half a century? You will recollect, Mr. Editor, that when " I was lecturing on' this 'subject at the Royal -;. A...

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CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

SCANBERRA. " FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SHsooL TREAT.--A treat was lgiven to the ch'ildren attending the Canberra Seob'ol. on Friday the 18th inst. previous to: the breaking up of the school for the Christmas holidays. The children assembled and= the business of the school was conducted until 12, o'clock when the children were .alloweld to priceed to the play-ground to amuse themselves as beat they could tor a short time, while the; ladies, who ,kindly gave the treat, arranged all the good things provided for the occasion on two long tables, that had in the mean-time been erected. When everything was ready the the juveniles' were summoned by the ring ing of the school-bell, arid after grace was sung by the children, the good: things on ihe tables began quickly to disap pear, I may say they all ate, and were filled and a good deal of fragments were left in' the shape of cake and pastry, and I could hens more than one child advised to take some home for an absent brother or sister. Grac...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 December 1868

NtoltI and ýistititt jteus. PETTr SEssioNs.--The only busiuness of the present week.was. a charge of cattle-stealing at Molonglo,'which was to be disposed of to day, and the partiunlarsopf whichwill appear in our next issue. . THE SILVER Mn ee~.--Mr Manton," Captain Honey, and a gentleman from Melbourne act ing-as agent .to .the newly formed company, have been in town this week completing the purchase of the' Pri arose Valley mines and effecting. arrangenients for the immediate commencement of full mining operations. We understand Captain Honey's speculation in the purchase of. the mines from Mr Gibbs has proved .exceedingly fortunate.. He had virtually bought the muoes, in the first place, for the sum of five hundred pounds and a one-twentieth share, but no money exchanged hands. He then proceeded to Melbourne and reported the discovery, which resulted in the sending up of an engineer'to report: on the matter. The report being highly tavour able negociations were entered into with ...

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