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

"THE .QUEANBEYAN AGE " GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE .VTLEDG-E.STREET, QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING` In all the newest and most approved designs, ALSO IN COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE; ETC., ETC. ADDRESS and Business Cards, Bill-, headings, ruled faint or otherwise, Law and Bank Forms, Cheques, Druggists' and other Labels,' Business Circulars, Posters and Handbills, any size and colour, Pamphlets, Club Rules, Society Reports, Catalogues, and every other description of Letter press Printing, completed expeditiously and in first= class style. g, Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part : the colony per post at a nominal rate. IF you want CHEAP:- arid Who'esale or Retail, GO TO E?i: QUEANBEYAN TANNER Y THOS. BUTTLE. C. COOPER, Cg0K: .AND PASTRY C OOK. Aancu 3radnnd a i s uit shj4 MONA13)-STREET, QUEANBEYAN: ' Hot Rolls every morning at Eight o?loLk. FISBING TACKLE DEPOT, . CRA WFORD - STREET,t QUEANBEYAN. 'tE undersigned has on hand a con A stant supply of the above, including Ho...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

DAIRY PRODUCE. ('From the Australasian.) THE supplying of milk to large towns is oc cupying the attention of influential bodies of men in Europe, and although the results of their investigations are not yet made public, enough has transpired.to convince us that ýit is possible to render large towns far more independent of city dairies for -a supply of the pure fluid than heretofore. In Eng land we see that the railway authorities encourage this branch of traffic as much as they can, and in order to meet the wishes of country producers have converted a number of old second-class carriages into milk.vans, and reduced the charges; but the managers found a difficulty in inducing the milk dealers to use a uniform sized can, as in France. It appears that the French cans are much better adapted for the purpose than those used in England. The English cans hold eighteen imperial gallons, while the French cans are not more than half this size, and therefore much more easily handled in loading...

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QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

QUEANBEYAN DiSTRICT COUTRT This Court opened precisely at twelve. o'clock on   Thursday last, before Mr- District Court Judge Simpson. The undefended cases were first disposed of None of them were of any interest, and amongst them were a number of cases arising out of the assigned estate of T. and E. Walsh, in which the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney were plaintiffs, all of which were abandoned. Other cases on the list were either struck out or postponed. The following were the only cases possessiug-any public interest:-   ASSAULT. - Daniel Hayley and. Ann his wife sued Frederick and George Schardt for that on the 15th August last, the defendants did beat and assault the said Ann Hayley, so that she became sick, sore, and wounded, and that in consequence the said Daniel Hayley lost the services and comfort of his wife for a time. The case was tried before a jury of four. Mr Freestone appeared for the plaintiffs, and damages were laid at £200. For the ...

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Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 26 October 1867

Local and District News     QUEANBEYAN GENERAL SESSIONS.   This Court was held on Thursday last, before his   Honour Judge Simpson. Mr Templeton represented   the Crown. The other professioual gentlemen pre- sent were, Messrs Walsh, Freestone, and Fell.   WOUNDING WITH INTENT. James Richard Webber was indicted for that he did on the 1st of September last, at Tuggranong, in the colony of New South Wales, feloniously, unlaw- fully, and maliciously wound one Moses Joseph, with intent to do grievous bodily harm.   The prisoner, who was defended by Mr Walsh,   pleaded not guilty.   The learned Crown Prosecutor, having opened the case, called Sergeant Latimer, who proved prisoner's arrest under warrant, on the 3rd September at Booth's Creek, on the charge as above stated. "Prisoner in reply said " All right; I didn't attempt to get out of the way. He struck me first."' . Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, REUTER'S AGENTS, 8. BRIDGE-STREET .SYDNEY, And at Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, and at Wellington, N. Z. AGENCIES at Galle, Suez, Alexandria, Malta, Marseilles, Paris, Panama, New York, London. &c. Messages sent to all parts of Eutope, and replies received in 78 days. Telegrams sent for Merchants and Private Persons to any part of the World. Business transacted by Telegram-Inquiries made, and answers received with the utmost dispatch, and n strict confidence. Messages sent to overtake or forestall the English Mail. Short-hand Writing and Reporting in all its branches. GREVILLE AND COMPANY, GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENTS,.`` 8 Bridge-street, | Coll ins-street,. Sydney. Melbourne Queen-street, Brisbane, S THE AUTHORISED SYDNEY £1 Agents of all the leading Provincial Journals of New South Wales, are enabled to offer terms for the insertion of advertisements which can be. done by none but a recognised agent. Messrs Greville and Co. derive their commissi...

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THE COMING HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

THE .COMING HARVEST.. From the Southern Argus. A Nway wheat diseast has made its appear ance in the colony of Victoria. It' is a pa rasite, and goes by the name of " take all." This scourge has not yet found its way into New South Wales, but it would be as well to be on guard -against its attacks. The Sydney Mail gives a few facts regarding it :as follows : " In ,Victoria, apprehension is aroused by the attack of a parasite known as the " take-all." The farmers of South Australia have formerly made its acquain tance. From the raport of Dr Maughan', we see that its first appearance is indicated by the slightest possible discolouration in the lower part of the outer leaf. On exam ining the root it would be found to be rather distorted, the larger fibres being covered with a fungus, which can only be discovered under the microscope. The fungus shows as much partiality for strong as for weak plants. A forcing system of husbandry seems to be the only mode of meeting this enemy. The plant...

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THE ABYSSINIAN CAPTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

THE ABYSSINIAN CAPTIVES. DR H. J.° BLANE, one of the captives isi Aoyssinia,. writing from Magdala on the 30th of April, tells a story of a little ex citement which had enlivened the monotony of life in captivity. On the 6th, two priso ners in that place, Abyssinians, one who had killed his mother by accident and had not been tried, and Lij Barie, the son of a great Shum nof Tigre, managed to open their chains, dressed themselves in women's clothing (in that country only a long shirt) and taking advantage of ..the market day when all the servants go down to the market place, they succeeded in getting out. The young murderer having contrived to get off both rings walked faster than his compa nion, and passed the gate without suspicion. Lij Bane was less fortunate. He could only open one ring, and was therefore obliged to fix the chain on the other leg by means of a piece of cloth. A young warrior, seeing what appeared to be a good-looking young ,girl,- approached to try on her his po...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

WEEELY CALENDAR. Day ofMoon'a Days `of the wheek. Month Sun rises Sunst } Ae: SATURD T.7.AONo. 3-.5=19" 6a41' ~; STUESDAY .ei.. , 6:64 F`RIDA Y:'.. .. . ; , : £ 8 5113; , 6 47, II1 xcox's i'.PgABE. Fi st quatert on Tuesday, the 5th ;4t Oh 32m:` ain.

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The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

&4ATU.RDAY, NOVEMBER 20d, 1867: 1)URING the sittings of the District Court' last week, Judge SIMPsoN took occasion to animadvert rather severely. on .the perjury and prevarication which then and there came under his notice. We awaited with im patience the fulfilment of his Honour's ex pressed intention of taking proceedings against the offenders in the instance in ques tion, and were somewhat surprised after the determination of the case out of which it arose :to' find no further cognisance taken of the nimtter. The increasing prevalence of the heinous crime of perjury, and its scarcely inferior and closely resembling offence, pre-' varication, demands for the interests of so. ciety and the satisfaction of the law, not a simple rebuke, but condign punishment. There is certainly some difficulty in obtain ing a conviction in most of these cases; and not the least intricate part of the ,business in instituting a' prosecution for perjury is the ni6aris of ascei taining which of ...

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MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM HAZLITT.* [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

MEMOIRS OF, WILLIAM fl.AZLITT.* (.From the Melbourne Argue.) THE name of William Hazlitt was familiar to a literary generation of the past as that of an original thinker and vigorous writer-one of that school which its political enemies de lighted to call the " Cockney; " but which, comprehending as it did Coleridge, Lamb, and Leigh Hunt, might fairly claim a wider and more honourable distinction. Time, per baps, has done more injury to the reputation of Hazlitt than to that of any of his literary compeers. While Lamb and Coleridge have taken their places among the classics of our country, and even Leigh Hunt maintains a certain bold on our memory, if not as a poet as a writer of pure and elegant English prose, Hazlitt is being rapidly forgotten, and in these days has scarcely any readers. We cannot altogether be surprised at this neglect of one who, even in his own generation, was not very popular, except in a very limited circle. The genius of William Hazlitt was not of that stuff...

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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Wednesday 10.40. a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

SYDNEY. [ Ga urnVJLLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY ý ° :.. Wednesday Itdf4A4 a.iii. THE Oalatea. arrived at Adelaide this morn 3irg. His Royal Highness the {Duke of Edinburgh, in 6command, is reported to be well. d Thursday, 5.15 p.m. The Melbourne Cup was won t ..day by Tim Whiffler ;., Queen of Hearts, second; Exile third. tol nothng Friday, 4.15 pn.m, WPool, nothing to report.: The voie of censure on :the Government was negatived yesternight by maJoiity of ten. -.. x The MunicipaL Council is preparing for the reception of the Prince: A verdict of arsonr has `been- retained in the inquest on the late fire in Geo gstreet. In the Legislative Assembly Mr tMacleay -has given notice of a nmotion to th effect that the financial policy of the. inisti is unsatisfactory. At Adelaide the illuminations yesternight at the reception of the Prince were magni cent.

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HATS AND BONNETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

HATS AND BONNETS. (From the Spectator.) Is the funnel-shaped hat, the hat of Europe, *the distinctive mark of the west, which no Asiatic mentions without scorn, and no man who wears it ever dreams of defending by any argument of health, beauty, or con venience, about to perish ? It looks like it, for the extraordinary superstructure has at last been attacked in the rational way. Artists have denounced the tall hat, doctors have condemned it, wits have satirised it, quiet citizens have allowed that it has every bad quality a head-dress can have, and still western mankind has pertinaciously adhered to a costume it did not approve. The attack was too revolutionary. Some people wanted us all to go bareheaded, which seemed to men accustomed to go covered impossible; some to adopt the wideawake, which was condemned as vulgar; some to fall back on a straw hat, which was inconvenient. A man with a bare head is half-dressed, wideawakes are worn by grooms, a straw hat breaks when lifted prope...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

RECIPES. BIsCuITs TO KEEP FOR USE.-Biscuits to be kept for any length of time must be well and sufficiently baked, and preserved in tin, so as to exclude the air, or they may be pre served in bags that have been soaked in saltpetre and dried. Hot Pudding Sauce.-To four large spoonfuls of rolled, clean, brown sugar, put two of butter, and stir it together in an earthen dish until white; then put it into a saucepan with a teacup of hot water, and set it upon the coals. Stir it steadily till it boils, and then add a spoonful or two of wine, lemon-juice, or rosewater, and let it boil up again. Pour it into a sauce-tureen, and grate nutmeg over the top. The advan tage of Stirring the butter and sugartogether before melting is, that it produces a thick white foam upon the top. The reason for stirring it steadily while on the coals is, that it would otherwise become oily. Alum and plaster of paris, well mixed in water, and used in the liquid state, forms a hard composition, and is a useful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

NOTICE TO SUBSC1lIBERS. Some mistake having arisen to the effect that our subscribers along the Canberra and Gininderra route would have their papers de livered at their private residences, we deem it necessary to say, that we can only undertake, except in cases where parties reside on the roadside, to deliver the AGE in parcels at the following places, viz., Mr McLacklan's, Duntroon; Mr Williams's, Canberra; Mr Harcourt's, Gininderra; and Mr Edgar's, Gendaroo. The AGE will be delivered at Gundaroo at noon on Saturdays, and at other places at hours correspondingly earlier. EIOLLOWAY's OINTMENT:AND, PILLs -Admired re medies.-Sores. ulcers, wounds; and'scrofulous bleem ishes, may be thoroughly and peimanently` removed by Holloway's .world-esteemed ointment antd pills. Mrs Jackson. of 17, Upper Brook-street, Derby, re cords the cure of her wrist, which had been for-twenty years most painfully. affected by a scrofulous ulcer, for which she had sought surgical assistance in vain. Bad leg...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

'CLEAR THE GrALLERIES.-Last evening, while the Houn J. Stewart was addressing the House, he was stating that the authorities of St. Mary's were on the qri vive, and doing all-they could to upset the' present Government, that they were anxious, for a defeat, so that they might pack this House with their own tools, with a prospective view to the up.. setting of the Public Schools Bill. Mr Dignam at once rose to a point of order, and said the hon. gen tleman, in thus irrelevaitly alluding to the authori ties of St. Maray's toman Catholic tathedral, was speaking of what he knew nothiing about. Several members on the Opposition benches cheered these remarks, and the cheers becoming soinewhat conta gious, three persons in the strangers' gallery began to clap their hands loudly; whereupon the Speaker at once called out " Clear the galleries." The Ser geant-at-Arms and a messenger went to the stran gers' gallery and asked if the persons who had been guilty of the unseemly plaudits would ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

JMPOUNDED at QUEANBEYAN, on the 26th October, from Mrs Williams's, near Queanbeyan . Bay mare, both hind feet white, RM off shoulder; driving 2d Bay filly foal,,unibanided.. Also, on the 30th, from the Burra, by John Sibbs: Bay horse, white face, two hind stockings, near fore foot white, E in half circle off shoulder; driving 2s. If not released will be sold according to Impound ing Act. ._e HI. LEVER, Poundkbeper. e Notice under Real Property Act. e PPLICATION having been made to f *. 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. t Property.-No. 1,800. Village of Gundaroo-1 acre 8 roods 10 perches; lots 4, 5, 6, 7, of section 80, granted to J. J. W. Wisbart. s N'ame of Applicant.-Arthur Affleck. 1leiidence.-Gundaroo. Date up to and inclusive of which Caveat may be e lodged.-December 27. e ADiagram delineating ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

oataI and listiqitt wf4ts. AUCTIONEERS' LXCENSES.-Tuesday next is the last day for lodging applications for auc tioneers' licenses for the ensuiug year. .BUGGY ACCIDENT.-On We 1nesdayi' last while the Rev A. D. Soares's horse and buggy was left for a moment outside a . door, while the reverend gentleman was in discharge of hip duties, the horse managed to rub off his winkers, and becoming frightened ran off with the buggy, and shortly came to grief by making a general smash of the vehicle. BUILDINGS. - We notice several building operations being actively carried on in town, and mark them as a sign of improving times. In addition to the Wesleyan Church, now nearly completed, Mr Wilson's dwelling-ii oruse is in a fair way' of progress, and Mr E. 0. Evans is commencing preparations for the erection of a dwelling-house on the allotments next Mr Brick's store in"Monaro-street. For the commencement of the. new Episcopalian Church at the Burra preparations have also been commenced. DEATH B...

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THE AGENCY OF ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

THE AGENCY OF ICE. (From the Pall Mall Gazette.) " To converse with dead and putrid careases," says Robert Boyle, " were, one .would think, a shocking and odious employ ment; yet some anatomists dote upon it; -and I must own its usefulness has greatly enlmoured me with dissection." There is perhaps no better illustration of the passion of scientific curiosity than the victory it has obtained over all that would otherwise be revolting in anatomical research. Neither the repugnances of sight and smell, nor the revulsions of sentiment, aided as these have been by religious interdicts and the odium of public prejudice, have turned men from this arduous yet fascinating study. The church has thundered against it, the popu lace has tumultuously risen against it, the legislature has done its utmost to thwart it; yet, in spite of all these massive influences, a few ardent seekers have shrouded them selves in obscurity, and behind barred doors. pursued the forbidden research, robbing the grav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

" THE QUEANBEYAN AGE"' GENERAL PINTING OFFIC RUTTLEDGE STREET, QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING in all the newest and most approved designs, ALSO IN COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, 'ETC., ETC. ADDRESS and Business Cards, Bill headings, ruled faint or otherwise, Law and   Bank Forms, Cheques, Druggists' and other Labels, Business Circulars, Posters and Handbills, any size and colour, Pamphlets, Club Rules, Society Reports, Catalogues, and every other description of Letter press Printing, completed expeditiously and in first class style. Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part   the colony per post at a nominal rate. Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. FOR a period of thirty years, in every country and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have bstablished for them selves a lasting renown, such as no medicine ever enjoyed before: and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appreciated than by Settlers, Diggers, and Emigran...

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THE PIRATE AND THE WHALER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

THE PIRATE AND THE WHALER. I SAILED out of Sydney harbour on the 21st December, 1823, in command of the whaling barque Althea, of New London. We had been out from home more than two years, and had secured about two-thirds of a cargo, when we were obliged to make for Sydney in consequence of the serious illness of the captain. He died before we could procure medical aid; and I, as chief officer, took com mand of the ship. After refitting, we sailed again with the hope of completing our cargo on the homeward passage. We had fine weather in the commencement of our voyage, and having met with few whales, made a more rapid passage across the Pacific than we had anticipated. One day, while off the west coast of South America, I was engaged in my cabin working up my reckoning, when I heard a commotion on deck, and a man sung out those words that always serve to wake all the sleepy old whalemen, "there she blows!" and directly, " there again !" " There they are, one, two, three, four, five ...

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