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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

S WNG to a:chango in the arrange Sanenlts af the mail contractors; jthrougnhwliich we are no longer able -to cbta idelivery of the A?e in the .most populous parts of the district • -on Satui day, as heretofore, we in tend from this date to resume publi -,cation on THURSD AYS, at 6 a.mn, r-:at.which hour our town ,and first zoo;untry delivery (via Canberra mail) will take place, and the remainder by the next outgoing mails.thbrough ,out the day. All persons Alterested will please take notice, and forwardommnuni . cations intendedforpublication early on Wednesday evenings. .. January 9th, 1869. I olloway's Pil:s.-Indigestion, which is consid etel. by: physioians one :of the most dinicult of all dikeases" to deal- wIli, invariably succumhs to thisR supreme regulator, of theinternal organs. The eff;dct of the-Pills upon the membrano which lines the nll ntentnry- canal, appenrs to be wconderfully soothl 3g and- hcaling, while at. the samrn time they gently stimulate the stomach and liver...

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THE CURE OF SNAKE-BITES. To the Editor of the Age. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

THE COURE OF SNAKE-BITES. " To the Editor of the Age. SIn,-I have noticed since the last few wveeks: several accounts in the press of persons be ing cured of snake-bites by injecting ammo - nia into a vein; but I have also noticed that in every case reported the persdn'bitten had first been treated according to: my .printed, directions, viz., by brandy, or ammonia and brandy in large doses, excision of .the. part, and perfect rest, which three axioms aro more -than equal to the' cure of' anyj ,such bite these colonies can produce. Ariy in jecting of- ammonia into- a vein; 'aftef the only- practicable and- rational" treatment has already, been carried out, and attributin'g the cure to such injection, is merely a case.of pvost. ho, ergos. propter hoo. -;You may rest. assured' that any bona fide injection ;of ammonia'into a vein of a person bitten: by a snake would of itself prove, rapidly fatal by bringing on phlebites,- onre of `the most dangerous and incurable of :all'diseases; -and...

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A FRENCH DUELLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

A FREINCHI . DUELLTST: (From .All tIa Year ilound.) OsN of `the most 'celebrated ' of French duellists, the Count de Larillibre, was 'a: native of Bordeaux.: He was at.the timc of my story a mran" of. between; thirty five and forty years of age,.tall, well made, and with' polished manners; i. short; his, appearance utterly belied the good-for-nothing kind' of, life he was' in the ihablit: of leading. One. day while he was,wallking with 'a friend, :or rather an accomplice, in the most freqjuented street of Bordeaux," he saw "'approaching them, on the same side -of the' way,' one'of the richest and most honorable merchahts of the town with his newly',giarriod wife. upon. his arm. When the young couple; were within hearing ,'Larilliire advanced, courte ously towards them, hat in hand,.and with' a' smile upon his lips, and 'with, all the outward semblance of a well-bred man, who, is about to 'deliver himself of a:'speechb of more than ordinary ;politeness.: I I ibeg your pardon," said' ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

PAELIA AlENTAllY. (From the S . H. eirald.) TiUESDAY-JANVARY 12. IN the Assembly, SMinisters, in answer to questions, said:-That no communication:,had been received *from the Vic torian government inviting this government to co operate in the mail service via the Cape of Good Hopes; that fish-plates, waggon and carriage wheels, and iron-work for bridges, were contracted for from Englanrd, the total cost of which would be £127,135; -and that 879 persons were employed in the railway department, and that their pay.for. tho last quarter of 1868 amounted to £35,6559. -" Mr. Samunel laid on the table a lettoer from the superintendent of- the. quarantine- station, denying: that the passengers by the.Raklia, now in.quaran tine, had booeen prevented from landing at the station and taking possession of the huts there-.': . In answer to Mr. TVilson,- Mr:tSamuel said that the correspondence relative:to the placing. of the Rakaia in quarantine would be laid on the table -as soon as completed.: ....

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

oelI and Distiigt. ewtsf COURT OFjPETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY JANUARY 19th,1869. Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs Wr1ght and Levy. THE LATE GARDEN ROBBERY.--John Byrne,   John Smallhorn and Thomas Larkins, appeared on summonses charging them with destroying fruit growing in a garden with intent to steal Mr Parr conducted the prosecution. The de- fendants, who were separately prosecuted, each pleaded not guilty. The offence with which they were charged was committed on the same occasion as the offence of stealing from a gar- den for which John Young was fined last week These four individuals, and a fifth, whom the police were unable to detect, were surrprised by constables Mackenzie and Park, as already explained. whilst committing depredations in the garden of Mr S. Walker, of the Braid- wood store. There was no evidence of steal- ing against the defendants in this case, hence the different prosecution. The police identi- fled the accused, and Mrs Walker spoke to the...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

i AdIDEour wur GuiNPOwnDE .-Early on :Thursday morning Mrs G. Morris, of South rGrafton, met with a very serious hccident in` the following manner. She found some difficulty in getting her fire to light, and got some powder out of her husband's gun and -;.:put it n~ the ashes to create a blaze. .. This had only a momentary effect, and as the wood'agai? rcfuscd to burn she got the pow der canister. having about 4 ozs. of powder in it:- This she commenced-to sprinkle over the embers from the mouth of the canister, :whlen the. powder suddenly ignited and cx Sploded the canister in her hand, lHer hus b'and came to her assistance as soon as possi ble, and' bounudup her right hand which was niostly injured and sent her at once to Dr. Croft. Mr Morris said she had bled from n this .hand about two quarts, and when the doetor'inspected the injured parts he found thl back of the hand in the region of the thumb and wrist very much injured.I A ' large gash also appeared in the web connect lig t...

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QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

QUEANBE1YAN DISTRICT H.OSPITIAL.. : TrrE: quarterly committee meetinig of the heos pital wans',-held on Tuesday. The gentlenern present were the president (MIr Caimpbell)r the treasurer (.1r Glennie), the secretary (MD O'Neill), Dr Lambert, Mrc Parr, and Mr Gale! The accounts agailist the institution amouns ting to £49 15s. hav:ng.heen examined werI 'duly passed, on the uotion of the secretary;` .seconded ,y M3i Gale. The sunm of .£2 12s Gd was, on, MIr -Gale' .motion; seconded. by .Dr' Lambert, voted t'" defray the- expense of the removal of an .in ;4irminimate named Reeve to the; Bernevolent Asylomn at Sydney. : .t. Dr Lambert, onbehalf'of the revision com? mittee,, submitted the revised and. anmend d r.ules.,of the hospital,' which aftee 'aislight .ad= ditional amendment were, on the motion; of i r 'Parr, secnded by Mr.Glenuier;dopted.for *recommuendation at the next general nmeeting. Mr.'Parr and MIr Gale,-being.nonminuted tor the duty, audited and passedsthe annual bit lance sh...

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The Age. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21st, 1869. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Monday, January 18, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

THURSDAY, JAUARY 21st, 'i6O. LATEST INTELLIGENCF,. [PER OR3Y1L1B's TELTn.1A4 COMPANY] SYDNEY. Monday, January*18, 'There was a fine steady rain for. about ''ive houis this morning. Mr Walter Church, Mr OCharles Blake wield, and Mr D MMayne, hare ,declared themselves enandidates for the representa tionof the Western Gold Fields. -"It is reported that MIr Lee or Mr Ito gers is to - succeed Mr Tcmpleton as Scrown i prosecutor under theDistrict Courts . Act. Maize has advanced, and isnow quoted -at'4s Od to s per bushel. Oaten -amy.is quoted at £4 to £G per ton. - SNo nwirinsolvcncies were deulared" to -day. : : !he Kailkoura has been released from :quarantine. The quartz crushed bp. the Mounish -Company, Rockhampton," during.the last 'four montl'?, has averaged 1. oz. 6 drt. .10.grs per, ton. 1/1Y,1LECTRZC TELEGRAIPl.] Wednesday even?ijg. -.ir Eagar has refunded the public mo 'ieys expended biy him for caib hire duringt :nis term of Trensurership. The house yesterday resolved that the'...

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NEW ZEALAND. HOKITIKA, January 9. Via Melbourne Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 January 1869

NEW ZEALAND. "IIOKrrTKA.January O. Via Melbourne Jan. 18. Colonels Fraser and IHetcue have nearly ans liossile .invcsteil the :furtifications of -tihe enemy at'Ngatipe. They are busy at '.l."'.6lk iin the reiea', and ,the Arawas are =withinff ifti yards of the front of the for tificatiois., Lhu war prospects ars becomiug more ifavo ui.blb. , . LLINGTO, January, 7I .Thi latesti inteiligence from the fiontI is ?hat 'a "great iengagement hadntaken place betweei. our forces and the rebels under T-e.Koeti. The rebels were defeated and lost .14'-,men, including the chieftain To Warn. ?e~ Kooti has commenced re. treating;,-and -is -being- pursued=hy.=our forces under the command of Colonel Whitmore.

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THE AMERICAN CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

THE ABIERICAN- CLAIMS. There can. be but one feeling. in.England at the announcement contained in a leading article in the Times of November 10 as to the particulars of the arrangement which has been come to betweenLord Stanley and Mr. Reverdy Johnson respecting the various matters in difference between England and America. The Times tells us, in a manner which indicates that it speaks upon authority, that the questions between Englishmen and Americans arising out of the war are to be referred to a mixed commission; that the question of the liability of England for the depredations of the Alabama is to be referred to "a European sovereign of the first class," who is described in such a way as to suggest that the person meant is the King of Prussia; that the question whether the re cognition of the Confederates was right or wrong is to be left to remain as it is, each party retaining its own opinion as to the justice, friendliness, and necessity of the course pursued; that the questi...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

GOULBURN. SSaturday's Argus reports :-Flour. has fallen £2 at thliGoulburn mills. The fall became necessary, for if it had: not occurred flour irom Sydney would" soon make its way. here. Wheat is now fetching'4s' 6d per bushel, and eitra good samples 4s 9d. (With; .the good harvests and arrivals that may be expected from California, the puice of wheat will not advance very quick. F. S. COHEN AND CO.' REPORT. I'Fat Cattle: None yarded this week. Prime heavy weighy'cattle still maintain their price.' Quotations.:. Best bullocks, £6 to X£7; medium to good, £4 10s to £5.-StoreCattle : None offering. Fat Sheep:! ",There is a demand for really prime sheep, if ripe. which can be quoted, say 561b, at Ts, lighter weights in proportion.--Store Sheep: No sales ; prices' no ' minal. -Horses: We sold-a draught of good useful -horses at from £1 to £12 15s. : Wheat,.6s to 5s 3d. per bushel. 'Flour, fine, .£15 'to £16 per ton' :seconds, £ £14 to £15 9 .. 4Pollard,. ls8d per bushel , rz, ": -. Bran,...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

Wheat, Ss Od:to:5s O perbudsbel, :Flour, fine:;£16-per ton; seconde, £14" ' : Bran, is. per bushel;. Pollard, not quoted..;- ;. b Maizd 4s? to'4s'Gd' per bushel Odtil 4s Od to 4sV6dper hushlel l'Barley,2s Gd to s Od per bilshel'" i 'Hay, £5 toa £6;10speratoii-ri Butter, fresb, 10d,: pie lb. SCheese, Odto7d pto er,lb.. ;.Bacon, 6d to 8d per lb." Eggs, O?9 to ?iper dozed' :i:Potatoes, newv, ld to2d per lU r:,HIdes, salted, 4s to 5s 6d each tresh, 7s to S- .Os 6d each Sheepskins, 4id to 5d 'per lb.

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ERUPTION OF MOUNT VESUVIUS AND ETNA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

ERUPTION OF MOUNT 'VESUVIUS AND ETNA. Naples, November 17.-Streams of lava from Mount Vesuvius have filled up and overflowed Fosse Vetrana, still following the course of the eruption of 1855. During the first two hours the lava flowed at a dis tance of two kilometres; but now it flows more slowly. Last night the upper cone discharged columns of ashes in the form of gigantic pine trees, illumined by occasional flashes of flame. The eruption presents a sublime and magnificent spectacle, and many persons are proceeding to the vicinity of the mountain. Naples, November 18. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius continues with undiminished intensity; the lava is in vading cultivated land, doing considerable damage and threatening villages beneath. The maximum velocity of the lava is one hundred and eighty metres per minute. If it has not encountered any obstacle it will now have reached the sea. New cones, in active eruption, have opened at the foot of the great cone, and from them issue two str...

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FRIDAY—JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

Fam~as-J.anvs .22. In" the Assembly, Ministers, in answer to questions, mid: that Mu. Glasheen's completion of the Kaloudah causeway.at Luskintyre, had been approved, and the a?6coatt were in corse of preparation ; that the governmebt had not yet had an opportunity of considering the question of post-office savings' banks ; that answers bad been received from the orphan schools, but they were not such as to satisfy the questions asked; that no deed had been issued to Mr. Emery for land selected by him at Shoalhaven, because he refused to take the land measured for him; that Mr. Fitz patrick's application for a retiring pension 'nader the Superannuation Act had been approved on the 11th June last, and after that date he had been at . liberty to retire at any moment; that the question of running Sunday trains to the termini of the southern and western railway lines was now under consideration by the government; and that the secretary of the Windsor and Richmond road trqet was paid out...

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THE DEPARTURE OF THE GALATEA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

THE,DEPARTURE OF ',THE GALA'TEA. -The Galatea,.26, Captain his Royal High ness the Duke of Edinburgh, left Plymouth Sound on Monday, November 9, for Madeira, the Cape of Good Hope, East Indies, &c. The following graphic and amusing sketch appears in the Echoes of the Clubs :-" It must have been a pretty sight on Monday, November 9, when her Majesty's screw steam frigate Galatea, Captain his Royal Highness Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, was about to sail from Devonport harbour on another voyage round the world. There was plenty of time to make a good start; no hurry in getting ready for it. At four o'clock in the morning a gang of riggers left the dockyard for Barnpool, where the gallant ship lay, for the purpose of unmooring her. At six o'clock all was ready, but as there was a sea fog on, it was thought better to wait another tide. So at twelve, being nearly low tide-depth of water being one of the requisites, as we shall afterwards see, for getting comfortably up to ' T...

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COMMERCIAL. BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

C 'MMERCIAL S:RAIDWOO ' !,The price of wheat to "day. in town: (reports the Dispatch of! the 19th instant) was' 6s for.best! sam plies, but,the millers are not much disposed. to pur chase in, the present state of the market. Inlfact; scacely any wheat is coming in, local holders. stand ing out for hliigher prices and millers looking forwvard to buying at lower. , We understand that 100 tons" of. flour has been iiporred from Sydney, and that sunless wheat can be':obtained-at a lower price than' 6s! further consignments will be made. -. We hear of '?hay :being bought in considerable quantity in the streets of Goulburn by:a .party from this district at £'4 10s and £5 pe' ton, so that there is little proba 'bility of the high figures' that have been asked re !cently (£9 aid 1) £0):being . maintained. Hay is also.- being brought from Sydney in consequerice of the price demanded in the local market being above that at which it can be landed here from the inmetro-' .olis..• Potatoes are al...

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THE EXECUTIONS IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

THE EXECUTIONS IN ROME. In the sitting of the Italian Chamber of Deputies on the 26th November, Signor Curti asked what course the Italian govern ment intended taking after this fresh de fiance given by Papacy to Italy ? To this question. General Menabrea replied that he did not disguise the political significance of the unjustifiable act of the Pontifical govern ment, and added:-" The Italian govern ment made every possible effort to avert it ; but for the present I cannot reply or accept the discussion upon the question raised by Signor Ourti." General Bixio said that one of the condemned men was an Italian citi zen, and that the execution should have been prevented at any cost. A vigorous and decided policy, he added, was necessary to restrain Papacy, and to compel France to cease imposing her dominion at Rome. General Menabrea, while wholly sharing the general indignation felt by the country and the parliament, protested against the assertion that Italy suffered humiliation from...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

.': ; WEEKLY CALENDAR. 1 M oon's .n Days of tno week. ' h uSun ntes Son sets ;Age. ]lonth. iHrAURT .Y: ... `Jn.28 517 7 8 In FRIDAY..Y .. .,' 29 5, I :' r:7 T. "1·. 3?DU5I;9)AY :0 ,-0 .17 7 :17 'SUNDAY , 1 6 20 7 7S :

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

LATEST; INTELLIGENCE. [1im aREVILL&'s TELERAMd Co0P.fir] ,SYDNEY. Tuesday The Hon:: -J. Robertson left Sydney for the Hunter last night,;to be present at -the commencement of" works inii connection with the erection of floodgatesfovei' Wallis Cr?ck Maitland 'but intends toiretrui to morrow,v Wednesdhy. . It' is repoirted'ithat i i Rogers is to succeed Mr lTenpleton; as Crown Pro'secutor for thel 'Southern districts, aind that Mr O'Kelly Tlihe seonild Cleirk of the Assenmbly, is to succeed Mr Thompson. : .· SAn: inquiry?into' the :charges: andcounter, charges, made against each other "by( Mr Farrand and WMr Parker;'the formeripolihe: magistrate, and the latter cleik of ipettyises saons, at Forbes;, has bben'dordercd by the? Goverinment. I Mir Nowlahn inteiids "to to rein'trodu~ e in the Assembl3 his bil.,l& checldthe disease in vines called Oidiui Tuceri :: -i S`Tdiy lidiying the 'Anniveisairy ofi the `Coloinyhas becd obscrvd a's a geui ral holi= [DY ELECTRIO ,TELEGRA...

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THE REVOLUTION IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 January 1869

THE REVOLUTION IN SPAIN. A circular of Senor Sagasta has been published, stating that the government, while resolved to protect the cause of the revolution, is at the same time equally re solved to maintain the credit of the country and the future liberty and dignity of Spain. It is determined to overcome all obstacles which may hinder the attainment of that patriotic object. The civil governors are therefore recommended to be on their guard against reactionary manoeuvres, the object of which is to cause partial disturbance or to break up orderly public meetings, in the hope that the government may thereby be induced to deprive the citizens of the right to hold them. The circular adds :-"In this the reactionists deceive themselves. The civil governors have the means to prosecute and punish all such criminal manoeuvres without having to overstep the bounds pre scribed by existing laws. The governors must warn the people that the demagogues who thus attempt to unsettle affairs are not...

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