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OUR COTTAGE HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

OUR COTTAGE HOMES. Mazy of our readers will be interested in reading the following letter to the editor of the Brighton Guardian, written on the occa sion of a recent public discussion in that town: Sir,-Professor Fawcett's address on Wednesday evening and the debate which followed were interesting, as showing a unanimous desire among those present for the improvement of the condition of the working classes ; but as all the speakers took the same side, their` expression of identical opinions was somaewhat monot onous. Yet there was ample opening for vigorous discussion, had anyone been pre sent who was able and disposed to advocate the liberal side of the question. For, curious as it may appear, the view taken by all the speakers was that illiberal one which tends to promote ill-feeling between classes, by throwing all the blame of shortcomings upon one class. It was the rich owner who was represented as the exclusive cause of the wretchedness of so many bf our cottage homes. It was...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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ANOTHER CHILD LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 2 November 1867

ANOTHER CHILD LOST. From the Star we have an exciting story about another lost child. A little girl, the daughter of a labourer close by Buninyong, named McIntosh, strayed away from her home on Sunday forenoon, and was lost in the bush. She was seen early in the afternoon by some men near the Green hills, in the direction of the Durham, but they seem to have taken no immediate notice of the fact, and did not re- port it till about 6 o'clock in the evening, when the news of the loss of the child had got about. As soon as the fact had been discovered all the township turned out, not excepting his Honor Judge Rogers, Mr. Warden Sherad, and all the local notabilities, but after searching through the bush till after midnight, no trace of the little wanderer had been found. In the morning of Monday early the search was re- sumed, and alongside one of the fences in the direction of Durham, the searchers came upon a mark on the ground as of a place where   either a dog or a chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

CURES FOR DISTANT FRIENDS i Holloway's Ointment. TrHE curative properties of this won . derful Ointment are so universal that the Set. tier should know that, by using it, any wound, any u cer, any sore, any eruption, aches or pains, can, by, t a mighty ** Heal all," be quickly removed; so. u"t in the Australian colonies (as elsewhere) it is. .:. 4uently said that " Here is a cure for all!" Glandular Swellings, Bronchitis, Mumps, Quinsey, Sore Throat, ana Diptheria. In any of the above diseases, immediate and per manent relief is obtained by effectually rubbing this. detergent Ointment, twice a day, upon the neck, chest, and back. It acts upon the very mainsprings. of life: for through the glands pass all new matter required for the body's reparation and all old parti cles detrimental to its preservation. The Ointment, used conjointly with'Holloway's Pills, will act so. searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases. Rneumatism,lLumbago,. Contracted and Stif ...

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THE EARTHQUAKE AT JAVA. 300 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

THE EARTHQUAKE AT JAVA. 300 LIVEs LOST. The. Java papers of the 14th June give fuilll partculars of the dreadful earthquake which occurred in the island on the morning ot the 10th of June. It was very destructive in the districts of Cheribon, Pekaiongan, *Banjoeuas, Bagelen, Samnarange, Djokjdo. karta, and Sourakarta. The greater part of the indigo and sugar m nufactories, - private houses, and military establishments are des troyed at Djokjdo, but in the other districts the damage was not so extensive. The losses, however, are incalculable. The sugar crop, which had been just brought into the barns, is totally lost. Numbers of natives and Europeans perished; the report says as many as three hundred. It was feared also that other parts of Java might be visited by earthquakes. Even at Batavia shocks were felt on the day the mail stsrted. A STItANGE 'STORY.---Seventeen years passed away. Mrs Howe had long since mourned her husband as dea ', and for ever' lost to her. Late, one evening...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

MEXICO. Maximilian's body has not yet been sent to Vera Cruiz. Santa Anna is still confined in San Juan ,d'Ulloa:' His fate is uncertain. :-General O'lloran was: shot on the 21st of August. The Americans in the city of Mexico made evciy effort to slave him, but in vain. ICarlos Miramon, the brother of the .Im perial General who was executed with Max imilian, is in the mountains at Sierra Gorda at the head of 2600 men. =l Hie entered a snall village in the vicinity of his camp lately, took prisoners ninety, of the most prorinent Libeials in the place, and shot them down in iold blood, in revenge for his brother's death. . General 'Marquez, despite all statements to the contrary, has not-yet been captured. United States Consul. Otterboury is act ingas representative of the French, 'Bel gian, and Italian Governments, in the city of Mexico.' Our'latest advices from the city of Mex ico state that the people of that miserable and degraded country begin to clamour for the assembling of Con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

Braidwood Annual Raoes, TO COME OF ON TUR 12Lb, 18th, & 14th FEBRUARY, 1808. TIIE MAIDEN PLALE of £50. with a sweep stakes of £2/2 each to go to the second horse, for nil horse. that have never won an adver won an advertised prize exceeding £10 I one mile and a half; weight for age. Eutrances to be sent under cover addressed to the Treasurer up to Mon day, February 10th, 1868 JOHN GEO. MEREST, S Hon. :Scc. Notice under Real Property Act. APPLICATION having been made to bring the Land hereunder described under the provisions of the Real Property Act, Certificate of indefeasible title will issun, unless Caveats be lodged in form B of the said Act, on or belore the date named hereunder. Property.-No. 1,800. Vllage 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 Afileck. Reiidence.-Gundaroo. Date up to and inclusive of which Caveat may be lodged.-December 27. A Diagram delineating this land may he insp...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Pfw. of luou's Days of tue wecC. Slont,. u rises Sun sets Age. 'ATURTDAY.... .. . N o, 0 6 1S 48 12 SUNDAY ... ... . 10 t 0 4 13 MON1DAY .. It 6 10 6 60 14 TUSlAY .... ... .12 5 U 6 51 . 15 HIIIJN1S5IAY ..... 13 5 8 6 56 16 I'IIUIt DAY ... ,, 14 5 7 6 53 I8 S To.N's IumASE. - Full moon on Tued;ty, tihe 12th, ut llh. l:lm. am.

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The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1807. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

SaTU:RDAr , O?' EaWEr 0th, 18so7.. . " ii??tr'le graumt announced on Wednes . ' y* the arrival that morning atAdelihide of • t Galetea under command of I-It,H. the i 'kc of IDINIBURGto. The expectations, SicL'efore, which for many weeks past have I pt the Australiin public on tiptoe are now :.dised, and the antipodes of Great Britain a~oys the prestige coi'ferred by the visit of scion of the illustrious house which in rits the Crown to which we owe our duti !d allegiance. At this momenttlhe city of S 'elaide is profusely luvishing its exprcs ns of loyalty and gladness; Melbourne '.i mpatient for her turn of the coveted dis c?tion, and is prepared with an ovation for royal visitor suitable to the reputed alth of the colony of which that city' is metropolis; Sydney awaits her oppor :ity for manifesting how enthusiastically S citizens i the namne of the colony, can eive the Sailor-PraINcE; andof theother ,onies which are to come in'for a share of coveted honour the same: thing may be W...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

TO TUIE EDOZTO. Sir,-There has just occurred an example of how our Land law is abused and of the sympathy (save the mark) which is awarded by those in power to the honest bona fide free-selector: An Industrious old-resident of the district has a 40 acre selection on the western bank of the Murrurnhlgee, and he was desirous of taking another 40 acres adjacent. lie applied to the Crown Lands agent of Queanheyan on the 24th ultimo, but was put off. for a 'week on some trumpery excuse. On the31ss hoe gain applied on the opening of the ofic~e, but in the oueautiwe, of course, thdre appeared another candidate for the 40 acres which ought to have been given to the first clahniitna week previous. This new claitnat was the son of the holder of the Goyerument lands adju. cent to the 40 acres, a hbaliotlng the young gentleman was of tc fu (fiTr these great men have always be their poorer neigh bours). Does any on ment think that the young gentlen~un intends to fulfil the conditions of the Act,...

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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

SYDNEY. SF'a OREVILLE'9 TELEOLAV COMPANY] SFriday evening. WEATHER fine. In the -Legislative. Assembly yesteiday Ir lMaclcay's debate was adjourned till to day 'l OthcrObusiness unimportinit. The MiAunicipalities. Bill. is intioduced, and read :once, The second reading - is fixed for next Wednesday. , , , m , ii rn lllllll llll-?m m

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NEWS BY THE PANAMA MAIL. LONDON, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

NEIWS BY: THIE PANAMA VMAIL. From the Empire. LONDON, September 10. TnE Foreign Office' has issued a blue book containing the documents which have been p filed in the department in the Confederate cruiser Alabama case, and the correspon dence which haspliassed between the Govern ments -of Great Britain and the United States for the settlement of the claims. The latest despatch. in the collection shows what progress has been made in the controversy, . and states the condition upon which the cEnglish Government' is- willing to effect a final settlement. The despatch is addressed by Lord Stanley, the Secretary.of State for Foreign Affairs, to Sir Frederick Bruce, the British Minister at Washington, and is dated May 24, 1867. ° Lord Stanley in forms Sir tredeiick Bruce that England is - .willing to sulmit the claims of American citizens for damages caused by the Alabama and all other similar demands on the part of the United States, to a commission for arbi tration, if the claims of Bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

QUEAN BEYAN -ANNUAL RACES for 1868. T compliance with a resolution passed at a public meeting held on the 18th of June last, on sittling up the business of the annual races of 1867, A PUBLIC MEETING is hereby crnvened to be held at Mr tEORGE HUNT'S, the HAND AND HEAR'' HO'PEL, Quesnbeyan, at Eight, o'clock p.m., on MONDAY, the 18th November Instunt, for the purpose of appointing stewards, settling programme,. and disposing= of other, business connected with the Queanabeyan -Annual iatces for 1868. W. :O( EILL;, lion. Sec. ary. Innkeepers and others intci"eted are parti cularly.ieq'uested to attend. Public Notire. A EVENING SCIIOO Iwill be opened .L,: forthwith, if a suOleient inducement to. do so is offered. Instruction will be given ia Writing. Arithmetic, and Ilow to Acquire a Knowledge of the Mother Tongue. Application for terms, &c., to the undersigned. G. LANId. Principal, Church of England School, Opposite the Parsonage, Queanbeyan. NOTICE TQ SUBSCRIBERS. Some mistake ...

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EXTRAORDINARY SCENES AT AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

EXTRAORDINARY SCENES AT AN EXECUTION. From the ?ew pork Herald. CAniTAs W. P. KINa and Abram Owens, convicted of the murder of H. King, suf fered the extreme penalty of the law at Franklin Kentucky, on the 28th June, at 11 o'clock a.m. On Thursday, November 8, 1866, about 3 o'clock a.n., the Louisville and Nashville train was thrown from the track by obstructions placed thereon, and passengers robbed of money, watches, jewellery, and clothing. At the time vi olence and robberies were of daily occur rence in that section of the State, and up to the time of this robbery none of the desperadoes who infested the country had been brought to justice. It is probable that this outrage would have passed over in silence had not the reward of 10,000 dollars offered by tlhe railroad company, tempted one of the gang to turn States evidence and make disclosures which led to the arrest by the military authorities of the whole party. It soon became known to the rascals'that some of them had turn ed...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. EHKHARDTV. EBKHARDT.—APPLICATION FOR MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. EIKIIIARDTV. EBKIIARDT.-APPLICATION FOR MAINTENANCE. ON Thursday Marian Eckhardt complained that she had been compelled to leave her home from fear of personal violence, and she prayed that her husband, George Gus tave Eckhardt, should be adjudged to have deserted her and to give her separate main tenance accordingly. The case for the complainant was con ducted by Mr R. B. Smith ; Messrs - Rob erts land Gannon appearing for the defen dant. It was initiated on Thursday week, when Maria Eckhardt being called, deposed: I have heard the information read. The de fendant it, my husband.. The contents of my information are true. We were mar ried at Dr Fullerton's house in Elizabeth street (marriage admitted) on the 27th of March, 1866. He never provided a home for me. We lived with- his father and mo ther. I have been subjected to ill-treatment by my husoand from the time we were mar ried. He has assaulted me. On one occa sion, three months after we were married, he d...

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Local and District News. SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1867. BEFORE Messrs Newcombe, Wright, and Byrne. EVITTS V. EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

Io? and id 0 tistqitt 5 tus. SMALL DEBTS COURT. ''TUESDAY, NOVE3BER OrTi, 1867. BaroaLE Messrs Newcombe, WVright, and Byrne. EVITTS V. EVANS. - This was an action for work and labour done and cash supplied, and the plaintiff claimed £0.17s. id from defendant. Flaintiff sworn, stated that he had been employed by defendant to do some plastering at Mr Leu's, and that having dbne tho,~ .lrk and;snpp,lied certain ma terials; defendant gave him an order on iMr Lee for a part of the amonmt, but there was still something due. "Cross-examined by defendant, plintifl , said the openings in a closet which, he did.were to be paid for thoughtunot those in the house;' had lent defendant one pound out of the amout he got from Mr Lee. Defendant, in his examination, stated that by .the agreement all openings were to be deducted; as a set-off he had done some carpentry work for plaintiff and supplied him with a quantity of hardwood. After much disputing as to the quantity of wood supplied, and sundry ...

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ARRIVAL OF H.M.S GALATEA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

I 'ARRIVAL OF H.M.S GALATEA. From IAe Sydney dailies. SAT an earlyhour yesterday the appearance of the St. George's ensign, displayed from the Sentiiphore mast at the signal station at Fort Phillip, and surmouhted by a ball, ex cited considerable interest and curiosity amongst the citizens of Sydeny. To many it was not lkeown that tsis was the signal announced by the Government as intended to be displayed when telegraphic intelligence had been -received of the arrival of the Galatea at Adelaide; whilst amongst those who were aware of that fact some doubt still existed, especially as it'had been repor ted that some mischievous persons had per. petrated a ahameful hoax- at Adelaide on Monday night, by firing off the Park guns, as if in salute. -We are able, however, to set all doubts at. rest on that point, by means of the following telegram: ,"The Galatea arrived at South'Australia between one and two o'clock this morning," and .perhaps the discreditable :hona referred to may in some...

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NEW UNDERGROUND TELEGRAPHIC SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

NEW UNDERGROUND TELEGRA PHIC SYSTEM. A LARGE number of: scientific and :other gentlemen connected with tele graphy throughout Europe assembled on tuesday last at the residence of Mr Donald Nicoll, Oaklands-hall, Iilburn, for the purpose of witnessing a series of experiments with an en tirely novel species of undergroud electric telegraph, which, whether in point of cheapness of construction as well as efficiency pof service, claims to to be superior to any system of elec tric telegraph communication yet in vented. The principle upon which this system of electric telegraph com munication is constructed consists of its being made in sections, of any length and at any angle, and laid down in shallow or deep trenches atoption, just as a line of railway may be laid, but without the slightest necessity for chairs, bolts, rivets, &c. The system is of exceedingly simple construction, and consists of a zinc or other metal= lic semi-tube, or species of' gutter, in which any number of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

"THE QUEANBEYAN AGE " GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE LV'TL7DGFE.STREEET, QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING In all the newest and most approved designs, ALSO IN COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, ETO., ETO. 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. THE QUEANBEYAN AGE, ' Tax circulation of this Journal throughout its own and the neigh. "bourin. districts, as well as elsewhere within and beyond the colo nies oer specmal advantages to advertisers. TERMS : Suoscaan'rionw-0s per annum, or 7s Od per quarter, when do livered by. post or forwarded by dispatch to the country, or 30d one annum, and 7Ts d prr quarter...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. FREESTONE-On the 6th instant, at the Oaks, Queanbeyan, the wife of A. S. FREESTONE, Esq., solicitor, of a daughter.

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Fiat justitia, ruat cœlum. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 November 1867

Fiat justitia, ruat cœlum. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,--It will be remembered by most of your rea- ders that on two occasions the land agent here was loudly complained of, as it was very generally be- lieved that he did not act upon those occasions with that strict impartiality which the public have a right to expect. It is needless as well as disagreeable to take up old grievances, therefore I shall make no other comment upon the conduct referred to than to observe that it left a very unpleasant impression upon the minds of most persons having to transact business at the land office. A considerable time however having elapsed without any glaring in- stances of partiality having come to light people beyan to think that even the autocrat of the Quean- beyan land office had some in authority over him; that he had received such a check as to convince him that his power was not altogether despotic; that he   was not sufficiently potent to abrogate the provisions of the law which he...

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