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

A WARNING!!! ' O you suffer from physical incapacity ? i:i:7i. Are you suffering from nervous, debili tyi ? Have you been the guilty vict'in of any (secret vice? Do you suffer from a. set bf symptoms nearly akin more or less to the fol S lowing :-A pretty fair condition of health, not yet positively ill, but a feeling uponr you that you are not quite right; amalaise; a tendency to despondency; a slight occasional loss of memory; sometimtes a weakness across th- small of the back and loins; on waking a .'feeling as if unrefreshed; a general depres sion; a want of pluck, as it were; less desire for business than formerly, and you are trou bled with a certain feeling of nervousness, a loss of power. If you are to be warned in time, you, have now the means and opportunity of being res :otored to health. It is at this stage that your disease, by a timely application of remedies and regimen, can be eradicated, and your sys . temr invigorated, your manhood restored to that state that you m...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGU'S VOYAGE ROUND THE .WORLD. (From the .Honme News.) HER Majesty's ship Galatea left Gibraltar for Madeira on the afternoon of the 11th of June, and the Duke of Edinburgh has now bid a long farewell 'o Europe. The de parture of his Royal Highness-'as attended with all the pomp and circumstancesb6%fiting the occasion and the important errand upon which the Galatea is bound-to circumnavi gate the world and carry a royal duke in the footsteps of Cook and Anson-a royal duke and his fortunes: for the Prince may now be said to have cut the rope which held him to the shore, and to be fairly embarked in his own ship to discharge a difficult and responsible duty. In the afternoon of his departure his Royal Highness, attended by Lieutenant Haig, R.E., the equerry-in-wait ing, went on shore to say "good-by." to the Governor, Sir Richard Airey: He was received as he landed on the new Mole Stairs with a royal salute; and a guard of honour, furnished by the 83rd regiment, was ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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COLONIAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

COLONIAL INDUSTRY. (From the Em pire.) FEW subjects. are -more acceptable to - the journalist than those which relate to new or ,progr~sive idustries in the country of his adopiion, because they have an interest in which lnearly every section of the community' is concerned. From improvements which are being made in the shop of Mr. McMahon, 410, George-street, Sydney, one can see to :what extent encouragement can be given to native industry without violating the pr n ciples: of free-trade, or seeking an undue protection' to' -any one at the expense of others.. The shop is a fancy warehouse, and one wou ld suppose that nearly-everything; in : such an emporiuz~n'must be imported&?- In the first place new--side-shelves are being made- of-colonial pine, which; when polished,' resenibles' satin-wood. Wall glass-cases are being constriicted, the fittings 'of cedar, the pilasters:: Hbof>:'native tulip-wood' veneeinig, enclosing-plate-glass 'mirrors. ;The" cornices are of cedar;. ...

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

*FRESH SUPPLEES ! MANCHESTER HOUSi Q UEANBEYAN. ' PXTNTED to -e known, that fresh sup plies, are Now .AT,; hIAND and the stock replete i . the following departments . with every article known to: the proprietor i:. suf #clent inmand to justify.thoir being kept is s stock :-. General drapery and clothing, . Boots, shoes, and eather. Grocery and oilme 's stores. ' American goods, assorted. - Cedar and pine---all thicknesses. :: Assorted ironmongery and cutlery. - .KeroSene oil and lamps. - Saddlery and fapcy goods,. -i. Pateit MEDICINES and domestic iDRUGS, . from the house of A. J. WATT and co. - ALSO, yW ANTED to-- be known that from this` S:The Profits will be Remarkably Small,: The public are requested-to judge for them selves. SROBERT SINDEL. A UJ:IJST 1st, 18.67. t,c-1.8.57.: - WHEAT: WHEAT. T HE undersigned is a purchaser of sound wheat . in any quantity, at full market rates. ROBERT SINDEL. August 1st, 1867. " t.c.-1.8.67. COM PETITION IS 'DHE LIFE OF TRADE. BRAIDWOOD:PRICES I...

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ALLEGED CASE OF SLOW POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

ALLEGED CASE OF SLOW POISONIN`. (Frroni the Melbourlie Herald). TarH adjouried; inquest into the cause of ithe death of 1Tary Ann Harriet HoareBellirmy was.resurned on:. Monday, the 24th, at "the H'Htham courtt-house, by Dr. Yonul. Mr. F. L. Smyth watched the" case for-Bellamy, the husband of the deceased.:: '-: The first witness examined was. LDr. Brownless, who said that he was 'called to see: the: deceased on 21st May, .with' :Dr. Beaney,; he :found :her in bed, in arinextremely exhausted con !dition.; she looked pallid, bloodless, and emaciated-; her pulse was exceedingly small, feeble, and not to be counted; she was wanting energy and,muscular strength, but was quite sensible'; she said'that she had-been vomiting much, especially after taking 'anything to eat, and from what 'h'e-saw 'he judged. that she was suffering from a.process'of slow poison ing; the use of antimony suggested itself to him; he made another visit on the 23rd of May, in com pany with Drs. Beaney and '?irdles...

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ETHICS OF SWINDLING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 24 August 1867

ETHICS OF SWINDLING. (Fronm, the INew . York Tribune.) RASCALITY seems to be the only perennial thing..in the world. Virtue has its ups and downs; disappears for a season, and then, at the universal call of mankind, is generous and forgiving enough to come back again; truth and justice are resorted to by dis tracted and despairing society, as the pas sengers of a foundered ship betake themselves to life-preservers; but-there is no question about it-half mankind love to cheat, and the other half find an equal though evan escent satisfaction in being cheated. It isn't our infantile confidence in each other which is Sso sad; the mournful matter is our fatal con fidence in ourselves-our over-estimate of the profundity of our own perceptions;' our belief that Mercury himself could not cozen us. While we think we stand, we stumble; while we feel armed at all points against fraud, we are incontinently reduced, to a state of roast pigeon brownness; as every man must eat his peck of refuse, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

T. HINCKBSAN JS determined to give the Public the BENEFIT of this abundant season, and will sell at the following Reduced Prices ! Beef, per 1001b, by the carcase . . 14s. side . . 15s. forequarter . 16s; ,ind ditt': .e 17s.' ,, joint, per lb. . . . 3d. :,, ump steak . . . 4d. Very prime spiced beef, perilb.. . 4d. Salt beef, per 10016. .? 21d. ' These terms are for cas ly. , N° business done on Sundays. T o STAND this sea=: son at THE BURRA, the thorough-bred horse WARLOCK, Warlock is a rich bay, rising 7 years old. .He is 15 hands high ; is possessed of the most beautiful and perfect symmetry, wi th immense substance and per feet breeding. He is by old Warlock, out of Sweet Briar. Terms :-15 shillings each mare. Warlock will run with the mares. For particulars apply to JAMES GALLAGHER. .Micalago. rTO STAND this season, J at REIDSDALE, near Braidwood, the splendid draught stallion BLENHEIM, By the imported horse Blenheim, bred by the Duke of Marlborough, out of a mare by the import...

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STATISTICS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

STATISTICS OF THE COLONY.. THE Statistical Register for 1866 has just been issued under the authority of govern Inent. We subjoin the more interesting details. The population table shows a net estimated increase of 20,026 persons on the numbers of the previous year. Oq the 31st December last it was 431,414. The num ber of births registered in the colony was 8833 males, and 8117 females; deaths, 4396 males, 2965 females. The deaths in 1866 are the largest number yet recorded. The number of marriages celebrated has been smaller than that in the preceding year, being 3462 against 3578 in 1865. The practice of marrying before a registrar" is becomhing more common. Immigration from the United Kingdom chows a larger falling off in the number than in any pre vious year; total for 1866, 1852, of whom 1204 came at the public expense and 648 at their own expense. The religions of the immigrants at the public expense were, Protestants, 369; Roman Catholics, 830; other religions, 5 ; their nati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

Notice under Real Property Act. APPLICATION having been made to ,1. bring the Land hereunder described under the provisions of the Real Property Act, Certificate of indefeasible title will issue, unless Caveats be lodged in form B of the said Act, on or before the -date named hereunder. Property.-No. 1,800. tVillage of Gundaroo-1 acre 3 roods 10 perches ; lots 4, 5, 6, 7, of section 30, granted to J. J. W. Wishart. Name of Applicant.-Arthur Affieck. Reiidence.-Gundaroo. Date up to and inclusive of which' Caveat, may be lodged.-Decemnber 27. A Diagram delineating this. land may be inspected : at :the Registrar-General's Office, in Elizabeth- street, Sydney, om at the Court House, Queanbeyan. : Dated this 16th day of October, 1867, at the Re R gistrar-General's Office, Sydney. THEO. JAS. JAQUES,,I Registrar-General.

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MELBOURNE. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

MELBOURNE. Friday evening. News frominthe Cape. says; that Prince. Alfred has declined the, invitation to igo the Mauritius, wanting: to spend Christ `uins in New Zealand.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR.. Day of Moon's` Day of te week. h. Sun rises Sun -sets Age. SATURDAY,.. ... ... Oct;. 20 " .6 6 34 28 SUNDAY ... . ... ,27: 5 25 ..6 35 ' ;299"-' MONDAY . .... 28 25 4 6 36 0 TUESDAY ... ... ... 2 52. . 6 37 1' .WEDNESDAY .. .. * . ..l 5: I22a 6 38;: .2 THURSDAY... ...~... 31 5,21. 6 39 FRIDAY... Nov. 5.2. 0 40 4 N " "n M CON'S PIIASE. New moon on Sunday,the'9 7th, at llh. '8m:i .m.

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The Age. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1867.., IN making our re-appearance tddoay, after th themporary delay occasioned by the transfer of our printing plant from Braid wood back to Queanbeyan, it is incumbent ..upon us to offer certain observations and ' acknowledgements. As we stated on the occasion of our departure for the scene .:of our recent enterprise, our sole object was the improvement of our circumstan ces. We found no fault with our consti tuents; we accredited them with the full extent of their support; and expressed our belief, that we had obtained, during our career here, as great an amount of business support as could be expected from a district like Queanbeyan. We have, however, tried an experiment which has failed and involved us in heavy loss; and in the exercise of our discretion we have, under the most favourable auspices, returned to concentrate all our energies _on the original branch of our business. .-We have to acknowledge most gratefully, n',ot only the formal invitation ...

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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

SYDNEY. EPER OREVJLLE'8 TELEGRAM COMPANY Friday evening. ;WooL.---None sold yesterday; sales ad journed. The want of confidence debate conti nues. It is expected that the Government will have a majority. Rain threatening. : Saturday :evening. The want of confidence debate stands adjourned till Wednesday.:. The Govern-' ment had a majority yesteriight on the motion for adjournment.

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NEW SOUTH WALES AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

NEW SOUTH WALES AT THE PARIS EXHIBITIORN . (From the rgcus' special correspondent.) Now let us`ross into the machinery gallery, and see where New South Wales has estab lished, herself, self-dependent and self reliant, although it must be owned that her natural history-her stuffed birds, and her gold-look a little out of place amongst the locomotives and lighthouses which over shadowv her. Never mind, New South Wales is quite able to hold her own, and has got a gold medal for her gold, -which she thoroughly derserves. The latter com prises about thirty specimens of native gold, from the various auriferous districts in which alluvial diggings are systematically carried on, in addition to some bars of standard gold, altogether weighing about one thous and two hundred ounces. There is also a further case of specimens of gold in quartz, sent from the Sydney mint, the value of the gold being calculated at £3 17s. 10d. the ounce standard. A more practically useful case is the adjoining one...

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ALLEGED POISONING CASE AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

ALLEGED POISONING CASE AT HOTHAM. (Fron the Melbourne -Herald.J THE adjourned inquest into the cause of the death of Mary Ann Barnett (Bellamy) was resumed on Friday, 23rd inst., by Dr. Youl, at the Hotham court house. Mr. Smyth, instructed by Mr. Mills, watched the case for the prisoner. William Johnson, analytical chemist, was the first witness examined, and stated that in addition to the parts which he had examined before, he had tested the tongue of the deceased, and also two stains upon two pieces of linen; with Mr. Keene, examined the liver, the lungs, and all the bones except the collar-bone, and found antimony in all; the brain was examined, but there was no antimony found in it; in several other parts antimony was found; he remembered Detective Duncan bringing him two bottles; one contained a vomit, and the other some medicine; in neither could he find antimony; there was about one-third of metallic antimony in tartar emetic, and where used in medicine for the purpose of pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

For Sale. 'ATEN HAY and CHAFF.--The undersigned is prepared to supply teamsters and others at the lowest market prices for cash. JAMES MOORE, Jerrabiggery (late Cottage of Content) Gundaroo. PETER WEBER, TO E A. a 0 JT i S T, (Wholesale and retail), REDBAINK, ARALUEN. P W . takes this opportunity of thank L ing his numerous customers and friends for their past favours, and begs respectfully tb call their attention to the fact that he has received an increased supply from the best tobacco manufactories in Ame rica. He has laid in a large assortment of CLAY AND FANO YE PIPES , TOBACCO BOOKS AND ASSORTED STATIONERY. Notice. T HE Partnership hitherto existing be tween us Attorneys, Solicitors, and 'Proctors, in-Goulburn and Cooma, HAS THIS DAY. BEEN DiSSOLVED. Mr. Gannon is authorised to receive all delts due to the firm, and he will discharge all liabilities. Dated this 17th day of S ptember, rl67. " ' ' SJ;T. GANNON; ST. DE K. BILLYARD. IMPOUNDED at BUNGENDORE, on .I- the 8th of Octob...

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SKETCHES OF JAPANESE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

' SRETOaBES; OF JAPANESE MANNERS AND S. . CUSTOMS.* (From the Pall Mall Gazette.) STHE? speciality of this work is the native ' 'drawings with which it is copiously embel 'lished. The text is explanatory of the illustrations rather than the illustrations of the-text. At the same time, it is modestly 'and carefully written, and presents within a small space a great deal of information about the people of Japan. The illustrations are unique; and, though they do not denote a Svery' advanced stage of art, are nevertheless declared by Mr. Silver to be faithful pictures of what they profess to represent, while we ourselves can vouch that they exhibit a great deal of broad humour. 'Following the method of Mr. Pickwick's note-book, we may observe that, as far as - -we'can gather from this volume, the chief productions of Japan appear to be bonzes, firemen, daimios, political suicides, wrestlers, public singers, loninaitea-houses, and naked wrneimen. A ?boinze ;is . a "priest,. and as the t;...

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THE VALLEY OF THE AMAZON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

THE VALLEY OF THE AMAZON. THE valley Of the Amazon is no valley to the eye: its bounds are far' too distant 'to be visible at: any point.in more than one direc tion, if at all, and its slopes ,are altogether inappreciable by the senses.: Even the cur rent of its waters is imperceptible, and some times locally reversed; so that it presents to the voyager no other appearance than :that of an inland sea, with a long, low, distant shore. On either side the tributaries have a similar appearance ; they are themselves so enormous that the eye cannot span .their breadth; for example, there are four 'rivers descending from the Guianas on the north, east of the Rio Negro, hardly noticed on our common maps by name, yet of a wonderful size, one of them being no less than thirty' miles wide at the mouth. Not to speak of the great affluents, the Xingu presents at its junction with the main river a front of forty miles broad, and the Tocantins, 'of sixty ; .and of all of them it must be remembered...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

VICTORIA. Mat. FELLOWS had a long interview:'with the Governor on Friday, and has, we unlerstand, placed himself in communication with Mr. O'Shanassy and one or two leading members of the opposition in the Legislative Assembly; but the Governor has not entrusted Mr. Fellows with the formation of a ministry, nor has he been asked to undertake such a task. It would appear, from what was stated at the cdieus of ministerial supporters held on Friday, that the Mc Culloch cabinet advised his Excellency to prorogue parliament for a few days with the idea of again sending to the Legislative Council the Appro priation Bill including the Lade, D.srlin", vote; the payments to the civil servants and cluntratonrs to be in the meantime provided for by means of warrants. To this advice his Excellency declined to acce le, and the ministry insisting that such a step was the only one possible under the circumstances, the Governor stated that, as an unusual course was suggested, he should place himsel...

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SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. From the Evening News. YESTERDAY morning, at about half-past two o'clock, when the little twinkling stars were shining brightly outside, the Parliamentary curtain was slowly des cending and hiding from vulgar gaze in the Assem bly, the final tableau at the end of the third act in the great Land Law comedy. It is all over now ! At twenty-six minutes past 3 o'clock, on Thursday there were few honorable members in their places. Some one said, " Sergeant-look at the clock !" Whereupon Mr Sergeant-at-Arms made a polite rush to the Library, where there were some nice co gitations going on, and returned, followed by about twenty M.P.'s, ,.ach of whom looked at the Speaker's chair with meekness and humiliation. Then Mr Sergeant-at-Arms began to count heads, and finding that twenty of them made a quorum he gave a sly look towards a room on the left of the chair, and walked solemnly it that direction. Before you could say "Jack Robinson " he came back again, and electrifi...

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