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The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 1867. Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

A4 URDAa ? 1,.? VEMBER 23rds 1867. i ill aphic idspatchis. SYDNEY. LPEILE OEVILLES5 TELEOUAM COMPAN]T Friday evening. TuHE Legislative Assembly .yesterday ad journed the Municipalities Bill till to-day, after making considerable progress. SWool.--TThere was bat a small attendance at yesterday's sales, anld but little spirit maunfested. Prices of wool and sheepskios lower.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

ADELAIDE. Friday afternoon. The Galatea sailed for Melbourne at day light yesterday.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

IMPOUIvDED at QURANIiBEYAN, on .L thl 2"Il ?iu embear, Irme UCiinderra, by WV. aivia, Etq.; driving ld each : Chee'nui mare,.uald face, mt over J off bshoulder, like IW off ribs Bay colt, J conjuined with 1) over near shoulder and thigh lay jr ,re. VS off shoulder, P. over t inear shoulder Blach luiase, JW over 2 near shoulder, TS with half circle lldewuys off alloulter Ba i mare, 'tc r P ol' Puts lulder Clalut I filly foal, blaze, unbrunded ]aut k lron-grey mare, tC over P ult shoulder Birown colt liaul, unbtranded J'ay nmare, PC near sbhoulder .Bay fIlly, samte brand Uhy .imae, star and anip, like'S over ST- near laboulaler , -Black colt, star, no brand visible, lO.montha old Bliwn' illy, no brand viaiblI spot-uo back, 2 year If notreleased willhbe sold on 12th December. S -II. LEVER, Poundkeeper. SOUND SALE..--A sale of HORSES ast the Pound-yard oun THURSDAY, the 28th ultunt.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Local and District News. POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOV. 16TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) CHARGE OF HORSE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

Local and District News.   POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, Nov. 16TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) CHARGE OF HORSE-STEALING. James McDonald was brought up in custody,   charged with.stealing a horse the property of a Mr Irvine. The case was partly gone into, and prisoner   was remanded into custody till Tuesday for the pro- duction of further evidence.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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FAR AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

PAR AWAY. 'TIs past-but yet I see it still, That sunshine on the shore; The roses on the window-sill; The ivy round.the door ; . The light and shadow. flitting round Each old familiar tree,-, - i Along the line of grdssy.ground That elopes towards th3 sea; And through the western windows low The setting siunbeamns pour, 'And flit and flicker to and fro .Upon the matted floor. The little porch-I see it yet Where summer flowers twine, And alt their, fragrant blossoms knit With'leaves of glossy vine. And with their sweetness stealeth slow . A thought of hours gone by,. - - All,lighted'wlth:a golden glow Of a fair sunset in the sky'; And memories of;the pathway fair That wound along the aay, Aud of one sweet hour wasted there - One blessed summer day. ,One little hour;along the shore, As arm in arm we strayed, And listened to the ceaseless roar !. The restless waters made ; A" nd watched the shadowsein thI deep, The sunlight on the laud, ......... And saw the tiny wavelets creep. To kis...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. PARTICULARS OF THE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

ARRIVAL.OF THE SUEZ.MAIL. - PARTICULARS OF F?,l N~'WS. "TuiE P; and O. Company's steamer Geelong, with the English mails to September 26th, lhas.arrived. The following particulars of intelligence are from the Home Neuws: - LoNDON, Sept 26th. .For several days previously to the depar ture of the present mail some fears have been prevailing as to the possibility of main taining peace. Scarcely had we got over the effiec created by the imperial interviews at Salzbtirg than other causes of uneasiness arose, the effects of which we are now feel ing in a state of suspense and uncertainty. This is the condition in which the present mail leaves us. Yet there is a universal desire to avoid war, and we have little doubt that it will prevail; but in the meantime there'is an agitation of opinion very injuri ous to the material interests of the countries that-are immediately concerned. These countries, are France, Prussia, end Italy. - The prime danger at the present moment arises from a resolut...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER, AND DREADFUL SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

SATTEMaiPTS W MURIDDER OF A MiOTHERi AND DAUGHTERU AND DREADFUL. 3 SUICI)E. " S(Foom the .lbury Banner.) 'Onr Thursday'niorning Alhury was thrown into a stiste of=exciteneent on receipt of a telex. graphic message .-quiickly followed by the ar iveal of. a Victurian itrtoper, who rode acrose the Murray from the Victorian border town of a Belvoir, for medical attendance, as aman well known on both sides of the river, of the name of William Bennett, a butcher out of business, after attempting to murder his wife with t.vo blows of a tomahawk arid sever the head of hisestep-daughter, had cut. his own throat. Dr SHester was' immediately in the saddle,. and 'e with. his usual promptitude wasspeedily in.at tendance upon Mrs Bennett; but the unhaftp py. man was parst all enarthly aid. It appears a that Beninett, through hi~.own dissipated ha bii.s and violenrt iursts of passionm, s.,niie tilme Ssince w'a? boiund to keei, the pence, and fililipg Sto find surertes, he was sent to jail. Upon be...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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DEATH OF THE DAUGHTER OF CAPTAIN COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

DEATH OF THE DAUGIITEfR OF CAPTAIN COOK. 'The Daily Telegraph of the 25th :Sept.) thus alludes to this occurrence :-- - Fifty thousand lgold-diggers are working todlay in the New Zealand gullies. Sydney is a splendid capital with palaces and rail. ways. Victoria and Queensland nhave..so manny sheep that they boil down whole htocks for tallow. At the Society Islands the newspapers are anxious about the health of his Miijesty the King--an ally of ours, and a highly enlighteued person. , Sohmebody died last week who could re collect when New Zealand, Australasia, and Otailite had no wore existence for ..the world than f" the undiscovered islands." A little old w mamn, Mistress Ann Ruinsey, of Colchester, was a very kfew days. back 'posi tively 'older .than. the: very, oldest recorls of civihsation in any one of these. rich young states. W- hen she quavered olt the words, "in the days when I was a girl," she spoke the first sentsnce iii the history of all these Iobust. new thrones and ....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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DARING RESCUE OF FENIANS AT MANCHESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

DARING RESCUE OF FENIANS AT MANCCHESTERS. A most daring outrage has been perpe. trated by members of the Fenian organisa. tion at Manchester. About September 11, the police found four men loitering in the streets in the middle of the night. Their proceedings excited a suspicion that robbery was intended, and they were challenged. In the struggle which then took place two ofl the men escaped; the other two vainly'en deavoured to draw revolvers from their poc kets, and were captured. The fact of their being thus armed, confirmed the conjecture that they were prepared for a desperate enu terprise of sonime kind. The Irish-Ameri can- accent of the prisoners, and their claim to be treated as American citizens, turned the suspicions of the police in a new direc tion. In order to find time to communi cate with the Irish police, the prisoners were detained tinder the Vagrant Act, and sootn after information was received which left no doubt that they were men of mark in the Fenian brotherhoo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

THE :i UKE OF EDINBURGH AT ADELAIDE, TnE Prince's excurerin to the Lakes commenced very pleasantly and successlully. After breakfasting gat Air Elder's, at Glen Usuiund, the party travelled i on by the lMount' Lofty road to Strathalbyn. and' of thence to Mlilang, which place they reached at 3 30 le p.m. The Prince drove the whole distance Iruon ry own, and although he had desired that there should ad be no tloitual demunstration on the way, he was very g, enthusiastically greeted at several places along the 7e road, large partnes of the country people joining them on horseback and accotlupan) tog them for somte distance..: On arriving at the Lake A.esandrina, the ' 'rince arid his party imialn diately put tuswadrd, and d croused the lake in the steanmer which was in waiting ls bur himl. The Prlnce stopped at the Echungas gld 0o fields, on his way to Stratutlhiyn. and took much in n terest inbthe alluvial diggings and the gold washing. a- The-Prince was presented by- a gentleman with...

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THE MURDER OF THE ROCKHAMPTON GOLD ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

H'lE, MUR.DEli OF THE ROCKEIAMPTON GOLD ESORTI"'t THsEBrisbane Cunsier of the 12th instant contains thee following relegriatn front Ruck hamlptn w.,th rilet elce to'the smaUl der of the trmliets tuirming .the escor- front thenice to Clernmont,: " Further partinulars of the poisoning of the Peak Dowiis ebacot umen have I.een recei ved in town. · 'L'hey were found lying onl their ilgs at their camp, about three hundred yards frn Bedigbd's publle house,: at; Mackenzie. Five pigs .were lying dead, having.eaten of' maatter .vomaited. by the meu. ,T.ae fi.ur thou sand- pounds in ..riotea which the escort were taking to the }'ranch of the Joint.Stock Bank at Clertaunt, ate missing. T'l'le asihes of the saddle-hags were found in the camp fire. In spector Elliat,l? Coimuis?si;ner Gratftil, with a party olf.police, in m,uppany with- Mr.Abotrt, the bank inspector,.atartted on Saturday taor siing to investigate` the case." On the 1following day turther information was received to .iLe efL.ct De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

CURES FOR DISTANT BFRIENDS !. Holloway's Ointment, RTHE curative properties of this won .L- detful Ointment are so universal that the Soat. tier should know that, by using it, any wound, any ulcer, any sore; any eruption, aches or pains, can, by this mighty "Heal all," be quickly removed; so that in the Australian colonies (as elsewhere) it is frequently said that. "Here is a cure.for all!" Glandular Swellings, Bronchilis, AJumps, Quinaey, 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: forthrough 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. Rneumatisi, ,umbao, coltr...

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

TulsVAY, NovestIsEa 19-W , 1867. r Before Messrs Newcombe and J. J Wright. CHIAROE OF UOSBE-ITEALINO. The case ugainst James McDonald was further proceeded with. From the evidence adduced it appeared thatalmout ia month ago lirisuner, %i hi resides wilh lie"father asi a place'called Long Cornler, and who ais employedl .souletiines at WNillcroo and somtetimes at Curren .ouwliy came to the former place riding the horse he was Iiow accused of stealing: A Mr A:klison, who :has some authuri y at Willlero. asked prisuoner wial he was doing with ir Irvine's horse. Plisuner re plied that he had lost his own horse, and hadl taken this one to loouklor it. At iie lime of t-hls conver sutiun prisoner had diasnourted and the hurse huns to thu IlCe Ie; lr AtkiOsuntlhen took off the saddle and bridle ant let the hi?rse go into the Ipadduuck,ot serving that M?I Irvine would give it to hinu for rid lug his hl'rse. In the piesence of a lad lialted Johil Pay, anid after'Mr Atkinson had gone away to th...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

BUSHRANGING- AND 'OUR POLICE SYSTEM. BY A .NATIVE TROOPER." From the Empire. 'THE public have 'freluently had official glimpses of our costly police force, espe cially duricg the career of Tommy Clarke and his associates in the Braidwood' dis trict; and they have frequentlycomplained that the police should be found to be so incompetent as to necessitate the passing of the Felons' Apprehension Act, and the organising of secret police to suppress a crime which, from the impunity with which it was committed in the South, and now being perpetrated in the North, brings so much disgrace upon us in the eyes of the world. For months, we might almost say for years, correspondence has continuously reached us (sometimes from persons of influence, sometimes from po licemen themselves) and the press, which in scarcely any instance cast blame ul on the men themselves, saw good reason why ,the present semi-military police system should be abolished, and a system organ ised adapted rather to the st...

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MORAL SAW GRINDERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

MOBAL SAW GRINDERS' SOCIETY. From the Tomahawk. Tors society met a few days since at Sheffield, to consider the question of a revision of the code of morals which lad been necessitated by the Ithe..peculiar circumstances of Shef field life, and to make the alterations '.hich experience has shown to be necessary in the old saws to make them, applicable to modern instances. Mr Broadhead, as the saviour of sdciejties, occupied the chair, and the fcllowing saws were agreed to, and a petition adopted, praying the Com imittee of Council of Education will ca~se.:them to be taught in all scheols and set as texts in all copybooks, sub ject'to their authority : [iAurder will not Wash out.-This provoked: some discussion, as it was denied by a large number of grinders 'lit there was any necessity to wash .it at allany more than to wash out any other devise imprinted upon a Libriic foir its embellishment. It was ,fin~dlly .agreed to with the understan ding, that no imputation was intended ,upon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

"THE QUEANBEYAN AGE" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE T.:: ' TT.E£DQ?".ESTEREET, QUEANBEYAN. iBOOK AND JOB PRINTING In all the newest and most approveddesigns, 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 Spress 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,' . . Tanx circulation of thi. journal throughout its own and the.neigh. bouring districts, as well as elsewhere within and beyond the olel Sme, offers special advantages to advertisers. TERMS: SunscnarTvom--t0 per dnum, or 7as d per quarter;e when de livered by. post or forwarded bIy dispatclh to ilI)e country, or 3ss ne annum, sn...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

-' WEEKLY CALENDAR. Dnc of louu' )ays u! tit weer, U .uu rcs un sets Age. SATURDAY ... ... Nov. 2.3 5 1 6 55 26 bUMPAS 24 I o. 7."u- - .7` UStaY ... . 2 "5 0 7 0 5tt TLEI1 ..... d 455 5 '7 OU 41 S . 2 49S 7 1 1'11L ltb A5 ... -' 4 .' 7 7 I $ .SIHibl.. ... . s8 7_2 -3 U- ON$ MLA I K. ?tw mo005 an Tuieuduy. Kthe 6thl, at Sit 16mu. pu.m

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

TO THE EDITOR.   Sir,--In justice to me you will please permit my   replying to a letter in your last issue signed "L. F.   De Salis." That gentleman has struck at the sha-   dow and hit the wall for once in his life. Let us see how.   1. He states that I was goodnaturedly permitted   when dismissed elsewhere, to shelter my family in his improvements for a week or so, asking his accord   to my permanently settling in Naas Valley, between Mr Herbert and him where, as he states, I would do him no harm. In reply to this statement, all I can say is Mr De Salis wished me to reside in this place, for reasons best known to himself, but I never went on the land or occupied it an hour in my life. Nor was I ever dismissed from any place since I arrived in the colony 33 years ago, nor was I ever brought before a Bench in may life. 2. Mr De Salis selected (through his son) 240 acres, a little below Lanyon...

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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

CORRESPONDENCE   TO THE EDITIOR SIR,--I wrote to you on Monday last, after reading with surprise three violent letters against me in your last issue. I knew nothing of the meeting nor of that feeling which it appears that Oldfield's plausible lies(?) had very naturally excited. I knew little, very little, from conversation with a person who had lately come down, as to the merits of the case; but sufficient to enable me to write to you as I have done --in a strictly truthful manner. By this post I received further particulars--in- forming me that my son, as well as Oldfield, had   applied on the 24th ultimo to Mr Willans, in his capacity of Land Agent, and, like Oldfield, had also been put off on account of its being quarter-session day. On that occasion therefore there was no fa- vouritism--my son was treated in the same manner as Oldfield. Again, as to that fiendish invention of favouritism in the ballot box against both myself and Mr Wil-   l...

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FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT THE HEADS.—FIVE PERSONS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 23 November 1867

FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT -AT. THE HEADS.-FIVE PERSONS DROWNED. INTELLIGENCE by telegram from the Heads was received yesterday morning that: a boat was capsizied on Sunday evening off the South Quef and that five persons were drowned. The pilot boats from Watson's Bay proceeded to the scene of the occurrence, when they re- ceived the news from the only suivivor, Geo. Taylor, who managed to swim ashore. The names of the persons in the boat at the time she went over were George Taylor, of 318 Kent street, hawker, his wife, Ann, and child, aged five months; John Turner, barber, Bar rack street, aged twenty-eight years; John M'Cane; shoemaker, aged twenty-eight years; John White, shoemaker, aged twenty-one years. The whole of these.persons were drowned, except George Taylor, who managed with great difliculty to swim ashore. It appears they went on a pleasure excur sion, having hired a boat called the Daisy,   from Mr Ireland, Woolloomooloo Bay, and proceeded about midday down the...

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