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The Queanbeyan Age. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

'`' THURSVDAYF AUGUST 16, 1867.-. RETIOSPE T of the past two or 'three yearl cannot 'fail to awitiken in all rightly constituted minds sentiments of the high est:ord er and of an:?enndblinig tendency. A. series: of ordinarily: prosperous .seasons -was succeeded threes springs ago, by a be ginning of sorrows, of::which it is i-ow hoped we have seen?, the lend. iRust and d*roulght consrimed the fruits of the field ; disease decimated the :flocks and herds ; San~a:is if these vwere not evils sore enough in; their kind and intense enough in- their' . de'gree, the catalogue was increased by unparalelled calamities arising out :of the overwhelming floods which terminated the drought. But there is brightness as well. as shade in every picture, and the darkest clouds have a silver lining. Tne. picture furnished by the history of the past two, or three years, while. exhibiting' a gloomy back ground, presents a fore ground toned withl radiance; and the frowning cloud Sunider which for a .seas...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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NATIVE FIGHT NEAR WAIMATE.—SEVEN NATIVES KILLED—MANY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

NATIVE FIGHT NEAR WTAIMATE.-SEVEN NA TIVES KILLED--MANY WOUNDED. (From the correspondent of the New Zealand Herald.) July 12.-The natives commenced fighting in real earnest to-day, and continued till dusk ; one side had three killed and two wounded. The natives from the settlements round the Waimate are all joining one of the parties, and the opposite party are also getting reinforcements from WVaikare, Kawakawa and other places. All this row began about a disputed piece of land. from thirty to forty acres; but they say now that it is not about the land they are fight ing; that was only a pretext to begin. It must be some old grudge between them of long standing, and they have made this land affair an excuse for having it out. But I must say that they have chosen about the worse time for it, right in the middle of winter. Mr. E. M. Williams has used his utmost exertions: trying to prevent them from coming to blows; he was every day for three weeks to and fro from one party to the ot...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

Department of Lands, Sydney, 23rd, 1867. -H-IS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of 1 the Executive Council, is pleased to notify, that the following reserved or boundary road, which has been applied for to be closed and alienated un der the 10th section of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, will be closed at the expiration of three months after the date of this notice, if no valid ob jection be previously lodged, and a grant or grants of the site of the Road so closed "will issue in accor dance with such application; and all persons inter ested are invited to state, within three months from this date, their objections if any, to such Road being closed, or to such grants being made. J. BOWIE. WILSON. Schedule of road applied for to be closed and alitn ated, under the 10th section of the Crown LLands Alienation Act of 1861,'ianthe POLICE DISTRICT OF GOULBURN. Registration No.-1,080 of 1867. Applicant R. H. Mathews, representative of late W. Mathews Locality-County of Argy...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. 26th June. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

LATEST TELEGRAMS. 26th. June. The Australian April mails were delivered in London on the 14th and 20th June. The Queen is at Windsor, appearing in public. Her Majesty held a court at Buckingham Palace,, and also a levee and state concert and ball. The Princess of Wales's health has much im proved. . Great preparations are making for the reception of the Sultan, also. the Viceroy of Egypt and the Belgian Yolunteers, at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. The quarter's revenue amounted to seventeen millions and three-quarters. The.canonisation of martyrs at Rome was cele brated with great pomp, consisting of fouir hundred bishops; a papal allocution announced a convocation of an (Ecumenical Council. A committee of the Italian Chambers have pre sented a new scheme to convert church property. A session of American Congress 'takes place in July. Great censure is bestowed on the Indian govern ment by the report of the commission on the subject of the Orissa famine, for want of energy at...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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EXECUTION OF SEARLE AND BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 August 1867

EXECUTION 'OF SEARLE AND BALLAN.   From the Ballaarat Post, August 7th: THE murderers of Mr Thomas Ulick Burke suffered the extreme penalty of the law at 9 o'clock this morning. It is scarcely three months since the date of the crime, and yet all the claims of justice have been fully satisfied. In this case, moreover, there is not the slightest shadow of reason for supposing that others than the guilty have been sacrificed to appease the requirements of an unbending law. From the period, they were sentenced they have had no hope of escape from death held out to them; and a petition to the Executive Council, from Searle. praying for clemency on the ground that the infor- mation given him was with the expectation of his   life being spared, received prompt and careful con- sideration, but there was nothing to warrant any fa- vour being disiplayed to either of the criminals. Af- ter the receipt of the final answer from the Execu- tive, Searle listened attentiv...

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AN OLD BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

.. .. AN OLD 'BACHELOR. WHAT a pitiful thing an old bachelor is -With bbis cheerless house and his rueful phiz! On a bitter cold night when the fierce winds blow,: /Andd wher all the.earth is covered with snow, When his fire?is out; and in shivering dread, He slips 'neathýthe sheets of his lonely bed; SHow he draws up his toes, Alrancased in yarn hose, ') A d he buries his nose - "~-.r~< ,Neath the chilly bedclothes; I . That his nose and his toes, Stillericased in yarn hose, ' ,? D IMay not chance to get froze. Then :he puffs and he blows, and says that; heiknows N\o mortal on earth ever suffered such woes,. And ?with Ah's and Oh'tis, S- . ;With?hi's limbs to;di spose, So that ptcither his nose nor his toes may be froze, To his slumber jn silence the bachelor goes. Iiitiethe morni when the cock crows, and the sun is 1 Fpqbeonath the bedclothes .. PoPps the bachelor's nose, And you may suppose, when he hears how the wind blows,iW3 ' i SSees the -viodows allfrpe, hy bac'ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

OF THE 4 - - ad 1 ý$14?ý-@ ortell Sto .:. :..ý. OF NEW.* AND SEASONABLE GOODS AT THE HE undeirsigned begs to announce that he has received a SECOND CONSIGN? . MENT of 'over FIFTY TONS of first-class seasonable Goods, selected ex~rnessly ofu the -requiirements of these Districts, consisting of- DRAPERY, t SUPERIOR READY- MADE' CLOTHING, GROCERIES, WINES AND SPIRITS, BOOTS, &c., &c., all,of which, as w?ll as the large and well-assorted Stock formerly on hand has to -: be cleared out within a very limited period, to close arrangements. These large .consignments of Goods are received direct from the Imnporteris, with positive instructions to sell, regardless of cost, to realise cash. To' effect 'a clearance of the entire Stock within the time appointed, eveiy class of=::.: Goods is charged lower than the same can be purchased in the Metropolis, and in many instances the prices are even below Sydney wholesale charges. Imitation and real Welsh flannels, from -/10 Blankets,...

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FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT BETWEEN BOMBAY AND BHOSAWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

FEARFUL RAILiWAY: ACCIDENT BETWEEN BOMtBAY AND BEOSAWAL. (Fromi -the Timses of India.) EIARLY ':n Wednesday; Jurie 25th, one of the . most appalling ýccidehts which' it has ever been 'the fate of jouirnalists' in India to relate, occurred on the. G.I.P." : Railway to the passengere, train which -left Bhosawal (two hundred ,and; seventy-five miles from Bombay) for 'rundawah soon after two a.m. The train consisted of the usual first, second, and third-class carriages,: and had an ordi nary complement of passengers. It left ,Bhosawal about "the right time; and pro ceeded; safely on its journey until ýreaching the asrmall 'iron girder-bridge w?hich crosses the Sutee river, about twelve miles from Bhliosawal.. Here ,the :engin,.i juqst as it touched the bridge .:was' fouind. to. 'give -a§ sudden lurch on ore side and a leap in the air. At the same time the coupling.,between engine anid tender snapped, and th@e tender, with the carriages behind 'it,-; ent with a. tremendous crash down thr...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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COMMERCIAL. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available—generally from the local papers; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

COi3IMER C1AL: [ Unless otherwlse expressed, ,the prices qi oted In',thlls article, are those in transactions between the producer and jte flrirst purchaser; not as between one d ealer and another,l muc less the retail prices. 'The rates-qiioted are " atiered- fo??r thebliest sources available-generally 'fromrthe locilfippipers; : but it must be understood that this journal is-not answer able for their correctnessal BEnRRIMA PRI'OES CURRENT. Fine flour, 14' per to • seconds, £13. per ton (if less than:half a ton, s. per 100 lbs. extra) bran, ls. per bushel; pollard, ils. 6d; per bushel; wheat,,. 5s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel; .oats, ss. 6d..cper busheli. bar ley; 4s. per bushe; a', ize,; s..perbushel; :hay, £3 .to £3 10s. per ton; potatoes, 6s __per cwt.: butter, 9d. per 'lb.; bacon, 6%??. to 7d. per lb. ; cheese, 6d. to 7d. per lb.- eggs, is. ~per dozen: fat cattle, £4 to £5:ipei?head ; he~ 1eplis. d6d" to 12s. per head : pigs, 3%d. to 4d. per. lb ; prime fresh beef, retail, 32d. per l...

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QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. Between Producer and Purchaser. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

C 4;QUEANBEYAN PRICES 4CURRENT. sBetween Prod cer and Purchaser. Wheat, W bushel . £o. 4 0 too 4 6 Flour- ton .. ' 012 0 0 140 Bran, ,, bushel ... 0 . 3 0 0 .0 ?Maize ,, .. 0 40 0...4 6 Barley ,, 0. 3; 08 0 3 6 Oats ,, .'_. 0:2 6 0 :3 0 lay, p ton ..3 0 0 :,38 10" 0 .-Butter, b .." 0:0 9 :0. 1 0 Cheese, ,, ... 0 0 6 0 0 0 Bacon, ,, ... 0 0 05 0 7 Eggs,? do .O 1 0 0 0 0 Fotatoes, , cwt. . ..O 4 0 0 0 0

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The Queanbeyan Age SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Per Greville's Telegram Company. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

r w~inb'ra n SATURDAY, AUGZX ST 24, 1867: TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Per Greville's Telegram Company. SYDNEY. S?Friday Evening. T HE:arial Of: Murphy," of South Creek, for murder, is posponed till next sessions, jury not :agreeing. 'Teni, were for conviction; 'two against. The tirial of the' Griffins for - the Jinden murdersais also-i pqstponed .till '9th of Sep tember. The Victorian Ministry have resigned in .consequence of the Council rejecting the appropriation bill. WOoL.---Little done.. Sheepskins sold ,at full rate.

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PULPIT ELOQUENCE FOR THE MASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

7'ULPrIT tuOQIJENCE .FO.u TInHE. sti MASSES. an GEORGE Whitfield:was the prince: of Eng- h lish preachers. : Many have surpassed him as sermon makers;,but none have approach- hE ed him as a 1 ulpit orator. Many have out- ,h shone him in the clearness of their logic, the . randeur Iof. their' conceptions,- and in as the, sparkling- beauty of single sentences; ;t but in the power -:of darting the gospel w direct into the conscience, he eclipses them te all. With a full and beamiing countenance d, and the frank and easy.port which the Eng- cc lish: love-for_ it is the symbol :of 'honest: t purpose and' friendly assurance-*-he coi.~ A bined a voice of rich compass which would a equally thrill ovei' M.oorfields in misica r thunder, or: whisper. its: teri'ible secret"ii a' every private ear :-an'd to :this gainly aspect c and tuneful voice, he added a most e?xpres- 5( sive and eloquent. action.. Improved by e: conscientious practice, this .elocution was E the 'acted sermon, 'and by-.its: ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR.: Days of the week. Day of Sun -Sun Moon's month risesa. sets. age. Sunday* .. ... -25 6 28 5 32 27 Monday... .. 28 627 683 26 Tuesday -..? . W27 6 26 65 84 -25 Wednesday ... 28 6 26 5 85 28 Thursday ... . 29 6256 5 36 0 Friday... ... . . 20 6 23 5 87 1 Saturday. ... 1 6 22 38 2 * [Tenth Sunday fter Trinity.] Moon's phase-.-New Moon, Thursday; 29th, 11*10 p m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTH. HUNT.-At the Elmsall Inn, Trincula Place, Queanbeyan, on the 20th instant, Mrs JOHN HUNT, of a son.

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FENIAN RIOTS AT WATERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

FENIAN . RIOTS =AT ?WATERFORD. A SERIOUS riot occurred 'at Waterford on the night of: Thursday, :June 13th, which proved to be the most violent demnistration that has yet. occurred in connection with the movements of Fenian prisoners. In Cork, Limerick, and other towns of Munster there were manifestations of popular feeling.which left n8 room to doubt that the mass of the populatibon" sympathise stiongly with the. rebels. But; in Waterford there were special causes of irritation pre-disposing the mob to violence. Much soreness of feeling remains as =the result of the ;encounters with the military at.the. late election, and there was great :public excitement caused by the land ing of so many Fenian leaders near Dun garvan.: The. sufferings they had endured from being t6ssed about so many weeks at sea, arid then 'driven' by; starvation to fling theniiselves ashore at all hazards, created the liveliest interest in their fortunes, presenting them to the popular imagination as so many he...

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THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. TIEE sentence of death upon Burke has been commuted to penal servitude for life. This intelligence caused a general feeling of satisfaction- throughout the, city of Dublin. Men of all ranks. and classes and politics were delighted to learn that they were to be spared the revolting spectacle of' an execu tion- for a jpolitical crime, and that the government were. not about to commit the blunder of. casting the halo of martyrdom upon the Fenian cause. The Lord Lieu tenant, on, receipt of the information, imme diately forwarded it to the Lord, Mayor, Cardinal Cullen, and the governor of Kil mainham' gaol. The commutation of the sentence 'was communicated to Burke by the Rev.· Mr.? Kennedy, Rom'an Catholic chap lain at 'Kilmainham. Burke received the information with apparent indifferenced. `In a subsequent interview with the 'governor, Burke, referring to: the commutation . of his sentence, remarked that "it made little difference."-On M May 28 Burke was re moved...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAR. - AFrTEn the review was over, the royal per sonages dismounted from their, horses and re-entered their carriages, which had been kept in waiting. The Emperor Napoleon, the Czar, and his two sons got into one, the King of Prussia and the Empress ilifito another. Escorted. by cent gardes they pro ceeded towards Paris, but at a slow pace, the throng of equipages rendering anything like rapid movement impracticable. Of the terrible incident that followed it is not easy to give the exact particulars, for every indi viduail who witnessed it gives a different account from his fellow. On reacling the cascade, not far from Baron Rothschild's house, a shot was fired, according to one account, from a' tree, which, like all 'thers in the neighbourhood, was filled with occu pants; .according to most other. statements, firom amid the crowd standing to yiew the `ortieg a young inan was seen to raise his hand, point a pistol, and fire, first one shot "and then k...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

LOCAL NEWS. AN accident occurred last Monday terminating.rather .seriously. William Carnell was going: to plough a piece of ground for Mr Thomas Wilson. The horses were being yoked to the plough in front of the latter person's blacksmith's shop,.when they trod on some crooked palings, which must have sprung up and struck them, for they immediately took fright and soon became unmanageable, bolting across the street in a line for Byrne's hotel. Mr Land, seeing the danger, rushed in and slammed the bar door, thereby causing the horses to swerve and bring the plough in conta6t with the door-jamb and smashing the beam of the plough. The horses then continued their course dragging with them a portion of the beam and chains, past Mrs Lees, till nearly opposite the police barracks, when the chains entangling their legs they fell, and were then secnred and .rought back. Car nell, nothing daunted, then borrowed another plough from Mr Levy, Wilson going with him to assist him with the horses. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Subscribers Advertisers, and Others. TT having been resolved to amalgamate this ý'.Ljournal with the 'Braidwood Indepen dent,' and thus secure to our Subscribers a twice-a-week publication, and to Advertisers far greater publicity to their announcements, the whole of the workin9 plant, 4'c., has been removed to the office of the new paper. The office of the 'Age' is now removed to the residence of Mr James Kinsela. in: Monaro-street, who is also the duly appointed agent, for the receipt of advertisements,; snbscribers names, and orders for job printing=; and for the collection of outstanding accounts. JOHN GALE.. Braidwood, 1 8 . A : ugust 23rd, 1867. Department of Lands, Sydney, 13th August, 1867. Renewal of Leases. TEASES in the First Class Settled I)is tricts purchased by auction and granted in :virtue of Freehold or Conditional Purchases should be'renewed for thAe year 1868, on or before the 30th September next. All leases not renewed by that date will be of...

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PROFESSOR GOLDWIN SMITH ON "THE DERBY." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

1PiROFESSDR- GOLD WIN :SMIT-£H ON P . : THE DERBY." ... ; Mn GOLDWIIN SMITH has addessed the fol- Si :ibing letter. to the Manchester. Exainine~:i --.Sir,--The correspondent of one0 of'.the i journals, describing the" Derby; says: that. n among the cheering which hailed the success of- the victori: ':was to be heard{ here anid •there a sound, half sciream, half' sob, telling" a': tal'of heavy loss :if notoiff absolute-ruin' Stibsequent reprt seems to conrifirm the tale. This ,is: the: spectaclelwhich Lord Palmei·ston compaJred to the Isthm?ian games as ther character 'of Lord Palmerston' was like the character, cast in a narrow but genuine and noble m1 ould, of the Greek, hero. The reward. of :the victor at the Isthinian games was a crowiiof' leaves ; this, with: au inscription on' endtiringl narble in' his city, and the mnori enduring mnbiimenit 'f.:Pinhida's verse:. Of. lbetting I 'believe we" have no r?ecord. - 'If: :any 'sobs and screams mingled with the exiltation" of victo y, ...

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