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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Some mistake having arisen to the efect 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 . McLachlan's, Duntroon; Mr. Williams's, Canberra; Mr: Harcourt's,. Gininderra ; and Mr Viles's, Gundaroo. The. AGE will be. delivered at Gundaroo at noonion Saturdays, and at other places at hours. correspondingly earlier. MR THOMAS PARR, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND PROCTOR, G3TTE3AZýTEY.AN'. impoundings5. TMPO UNDED at BUNGENDORE, on .L the 15th of November, 1807, from Moloinglo:-- Bay mare, star, OR near sbonider Bay colt, pulled tall, WD off shoulder Grey mare,, broken, WAoff shoulder, JC or JG near shoulder. Bay mnre, white stripe down face, bind legs white,. little white oft fore foot, like T over TF near : shoulder, lik...

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MAXIMILIAN'S LAST HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

MkAXOilt3LIAN'S LAST:110QUlt.' Virio cs iiicoric t-nioc c'r less tpnicprypliii; Iif itihi xi tiihtihln of tia Et mpclir alltxiiti utl have been poblished., Kitt the fo~lluointý (ecay thiiPalI Mall Gabsci ii) c"the mcnst cc ticientie aicd circurcstantinI that icvs yi-t heemiclppetua el. It is cotici letd Tricrcc the 'testicinocyc gii T'I'cicds, the I icipirco's hunithliul 1bIicgiancicaf bhicly servant, iiho was an i ye-wittciis of the. SCcee,ancd is corribdiiaidiii byiiiti ) iest wlho iattcnded ilaxinciliac acid the utiicer in cun - ucaci c t ie ciic of thewprison. '' Wiwccn hthi" urciviui at the foot of Ithe °cerro' the? cnriac e sticcui still,-ci andcaits the door wcucd inot cpin,. tlie Ecperoi* ihati to get out t.1ccoih the wiindow into the arms of his'siivi t ciTudos. 1ic vi:jes said to ichim, c D you recily think c1hut thc yare go inn ti kill me this time ?'..1 Tcd'oinswere , ''-No I c.ntnut believe it, even yet.' riThe Emperor lad t heci to walk 'ihoit a chundred. paces ip the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

HUwI.I.IAYkI 1- ILI.s.-Liver. Litgs. unoti .Kifii*eys -A Iuaaenumtoer ofinternal Italidiesarise from ut structinus, over the removal ot'which these celetbrated Pills exercise the most perret. control. A course of themt is strongly recommenied as a remedy fir almnst all chronic uiaections-a liver complaint, congestion of the lungs, torphliity of the kidneys and other fnie. tionnt dis rilers which cause macih present enslet ing, nitu if neglected Iny the flianldations of incuralie dis. enses. Iolottwny's Pills are slecitlly adapted for the young and delicate: their gentle andt purifying action pilaces them nhove all other icedicities. In indigesition. nervous affections. gout anal rheumantisuo, these Pills have raised for themselvesa universc' ftme They expel all impurities from the blood, apd thus tuature cheerfulness and vigour. r

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

W.E1XLY CALENDAR. )lbli Iu ric Qua 7et , 4g 1ATIil'AYT ., .. ... :.3 4 .7t 7 2 3 51 .15.-3 .. . . tr 4 37. 7 31 4 T GL:" i~IiA" ... ...:. . 4 a5. 7 4 0 diL~iAX.Y. - _0 55 -7 5 .FL.at qil'ctcr an t' e~dtuebda) tlhu 4111, at 811. 2Cm. Da.m

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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

TO THEI EDITORL. Sza,-X perfect .,geniue" in our midst has of late not only undertaken to Miry thI de(le, hut also bury the lining Irull by lurniihing the BIJaidwood Dispatch withI the greaiest rulhthi, in the shape of news, thut possibly could ie written. Where is the good taste of the I3rtidwood editor got to in permilting any maon engaged in piulic works to blow his own trmumpet in the 'aspatch. cloaked by the heading of ý, From our own correspondent." T. 0. E.'s little game has leen fiund nut; and notwithstanding his diaoiniuashed opinion or men and things in Quenni beyan, he will be looked otter, in conltuslon I .-hive to oad that t1n'uilbre, the free selectors, aid others are griteful to the man ot glue fir his sticking to the 'adder that keeps him up.-Yours &e.. WI1)EAWAKE.

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The Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 1867. Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

SATRDAY, NOV.EMBRf 308th, 1807. ZECICgraphic glyspatchcs. SYDNEY. (PEL OREVILLI'S TELEaRAM VOMPAXY] Friday evening. WooL.- .-Large qunutitics offered, but little sold. Slles asking too much. The Assembly has voted another five thousand pounds for the reception;, of the Prince. The Mnnicipalitics Bill is progressing. Thi Additional Stainp. Duties' Bill is postponed till Wednesday.

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, Nov. 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

£oQ;al aniE lg i stqi ltis. COurC OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuis DAY, Nov. 26Trr. Dnuxt:.-1T .zretuc M lIIia l hwas brought up and charged wit iheing drunk and incrtpteile. The pt isoner find betn fotund wanderina ens' the provious night in a stane of stupidity and Itlplessnes.s, and was raken In custody fur pruthction. Discharged with a caution. ANxu.\I. LicI:NsiNo M11EETING.-The ftollow ing rtsgnstrtates' sat on the tbenchl for the pur pose of enttertainiing applications for attieto nters' and other licenses ftr the ensling year, viz, Messrs Newcombe, lll, Wriirht and MIrtoin. There were four applications for nictitaneets' district licenses. The tipplictritns of WVilliatn I)'Neill and Ilaywttd Laver wet ae granted. The others, Johtti Allan Os\eill anil James Kinsela, withdrew their applicatiins. Julhn Allen U'Neill applied for a license for a stage coach to carry seven pnssengess, to r so -between Cotmottu and Goulnourn, via Quean beytin and Collector. Granted. QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTR...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE IN VICTORIA. RECEPTION AT QUEENSCLIFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

ARRIVAL OF TaE PRINCE IN VICTORIA. RECEPTION AT QUEENSCLIPPE. Front the Empire? ateelbourne orrespondent, THE excitement in reference to tliePr ince's visit to this colony, whiclli shs ,beeu pant mnuit of alaiost eeuery othierfor the pJist few weeks, on tie news tlit theL G hitea uad left Adlelaiidel for Purt Phillip hias coluoiinated inota as sniri ssiiig ixnt"nsity. Unider 'the aispices of the lieteiti iii Coin nmission, the vaiious shiiponwners indl cap tains determined to give his Ro al High ness a, maritime reception At the heads (Queeiiscliffe), as alike congenial to ,his professionaltatstes, exhibiting the steani fleet of the port, Anil atfordiog anm oppor tunity to a large .number of seeing the fine sp(ciimeni of naval -architecture and .arniumeat, the' GO enlt coinnimaUded by his itnyati lii htiess. So iordially was 'the proposal of the projectors of the -movenuueot res'porided to, thit niioless tHiat thirteen large.over-sea steatziers at onie tendered' their allegiance; be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

CURES FOR DISTANT :FRIENDS:! ' 1Xolloway's O)itineit /rjIHE .curative propertieis of tlhis woni "1 * irfulii iin tent rn sit an tiersal hist the'Sni. tir shnu1it know lint, ,i' tiliing it, any.s oundi ansy itcer'. tn',nsiio. tiny erpltiont, itheli or pains, can, by hi tuith ly lIcenI aul,. h 'ieiiiekly removedi so That. ir thei Ai istrisliuai noloniesl (nsit iif"i here) it 1io freiiently saih that. I* i're is a ciure foratl!'l GIu'landar S', ellinqua Brfanehith, l/'inps, Quiltley, Sore Throat. arn Diad/g In anfl of it'h auime sdit cps. iirtntidinae and p mtutnt relief' is n htiuisiii} by telf,:rntislly is Iii s ig this itit ergi'iit iiiiuiinti Icitie a sd.-y. uponn thi i elk chest. sanl fiek. Iii, i tis upon the very ifainsprit'inj' of life: ir ithrongh.th i'eltiti pia l til new anatts'r regitired 'hr th' liii"itv' reparauin and aill nlil ptri 1ls dci ii'innal to itil pircei'raiion. The O ntmrhi't iuseil ennulittiiily i iii Inifoway's ooi ills. iwill nair. sntrchinely-an dn cetainly...

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THE GRAND CORROBBOREE BEFORE THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

TILE G1tAND COlttBtal311tEE .EF'UtE TILE 1 l'tl .%L Fromn thit' Ssti ...trn tin ra ;taeer, IN . T'rt "lace selectei tir ihe- first tititit encaimpment wt Jat .11chth's statiain, at thr lowter end of tit:. Pe iins'iil. nit the tli- .1 li 1ker's elun, mita as the Strtumers hyaprmmisedr the sp. ` . keeping close in to Point Stunt it tie ri-lit. and then bearing aiwav to the left, tits encequprisrdsL foarmal a very pleaksant sitht. Aa rittiuberi of itrintnari teats bid beei erected ht the soldiatts of the filthi itetached litr the servicei it;; thre ii bite ciiiviai i.ti'wiih well in evila'ist wnilh the - reen hithtt-e. On iiiI .i-'d i e It.r ai tt e n cene tan noimieii t -ne. A canits.'ie'l letiti'is er tov n-er th--d buttu t ai tt rtt 1 ti u I ilil t .u . i R-la the i were euttra- r a-uut t it. various cl irectirrn is;la ai t rtigt ed in` Astlivrant wngs}---+,an . huaev."r, seemtingly int, nt mat ct tin-ur. u It itt ilsnurt srntjut tr the ntvel sienie aI poustb. The aborisic s notered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

"THE QUEANBEYAN AGE " GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE RTIT E..E .STREET, QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTINTG In all the newest and most approved deslgns, ALSO IN COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, ETO., ETO. A DDRESS 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. 't,. Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part the colony per post at a nominal rate. THE QUEANBEYAN AGE, Tan circulation of this journal throughout its own and the neigh. bouring districts, as well as elsewhere within and beyond the cola niss offers special advantages to advertisers. TERMS: cuBSctrrtrON-ms per annum, or 7s 6d per quarter, when de. livered by. post or forwarded hy. dispatch lothe country, or 30isnye rannum, asd ,a 6d per quirt...

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FREE SELECTORS' PROTECTION LEAGUE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

FREE SELECTORS PROTECTION LEAGUE. PUBLIC MIEET1NG. 'TnE members and friendi of-the QReanheyan BrTucl of the above esseolation held .an important pnblio meeting on Tuesday, at tha Oildifelltio,' 12i11, Queautbeynn. The of jest of ist' mee inir. usi' forit in the nilvertisuement tuni plnaards conveiini the same. .was -it" cornitierr moaters seriously iitlu'irin4 the inti'rests" of free teleciioir-**Ihe seenirlit of their homes." At the hour or eminnriingl tha pro ceerlings there was hut. a scares niteiidance, but pre sently the number accumulated .consideraitly and was composed maRiny of free selectorn ard other members of the league. The President of the local branch-J. J. WialulT, Esq.. J.P., eccupied the chair, and was-greeted with cheers as he rose to cny he.hiaulbi a simple duty to perform-that was to acquaint them wiibtlhe inject of the nmerting, and for that. plirpnse read the audver tisement calling the meeting. No duilit many or all present. hid read three or fiiir letters, p...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. A SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. BY A NATIVE TROOPER. From the Empire. A SURPRISE. We were all riding abreast, at some little distance from each other, when suddenly some of my mates galloped towards me say ing, "There they are ! " as two horsemen started away close to our lowest man on the range, who happened to be a half-caste. Those below could have shot one of them instead of turning towards me. I heard in what direction the horses were galloping, so rammed in the spurs, but I did not do this a second time, for I went like a flash of lightening over trees, logs, limbs, and every thing that came in the way. I could not hold my horse, and went on for about a mile; was up to them once, but could not see to fire. It was as dark as pitch. I could not see the horse's head at times. All at once I los the sound of them and pulled up, but could hear no sound, either of my mates or anyone else. I waited for ten mi- nutes, and then signalled for my mate, but the beating of my own heart w...

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SYDNEY, Friday, Nov. 29th, 11 0 a.m. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 30 November 1867

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) SYDNEY, Friday, Nov. 29th, 11.0 a.m.   TO THE EDITOR. Sir,--In order to allay natural suspicions on a sensitive point of those to whom I am a comparative stranger, it was essential to let my distant friends know who it was that had insulted them by charging me personally with felonious conspiracy, adding   point thereto by these unmistakeable words--"not-     withstanding that one happens to be an M. P." This caution was the more necessary as that person's un-   scrupulous talk had even caused your correspondents   in the same issue with Oldfield's first letter to com-   pare me with one of the most odious characters in the Old Testament. In all this Oldfield was the ag- gressor--a most wanton one, and, as is now proved by the story of the ballot-box, quite untrustworthy.   My illustration of his disposition cannot he called   slander, since in...

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PRUSSIA. Berlin, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

PRUSSIA. Berlin, October 10. . Zeidler's Correspondenee, a semi-official journalFhere, makes the assertion that at the? recent neeting of the Emperors Napoleon .and Francis Joseph at Salzburg an inrll. staindiiig ?as dome to ?s to the personii hor tiey support for the suicession of Pope Piiis thie Ninth." io o o ..The City of Hamburg has refusLed to join the North German Zollverein.. King William arrived in the city of Augs burg, on the 8th instant, on his tour through South Germany. The North German Parliament lias fixed the salt tax at two-thalers per one hundred pounds. One hundred deputies in the North Ger man Parliament have signed a 'formal pro test against any infringenient upon or dis. turbances of the long established maritime privileges of those German States which border on the Baltic Sea. The Prussian journals still continue to denounce France in the most violent manner and the Government also continues to make immense military preparations. An extradition treaty has bee...

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BAVARIA. Munich, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

S BAVARIA. I. Munich, Octoýber I;. At. the sitting of the Bavarian Diet; yes terday, Prince.Hlohenlohe, the Chief Min ister of the Cabinet, made a speech in which lip discussed the question of German unity, and declared that the true policy of Bavaria, was to seek union with the NorthernGerman States, under the Presiduncy of the King of Prussia, and at the saume time to take steps foi-the establishment of a firm and endu ring alliance with the Empire of Austria. Should this policy be carried into effect,. the unity of the whale Fatherland would be completed, the balance of power between Austria and Prussia preserved, and the peace. of Europe additionally guaranteed.

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FRANCE. Biarritz, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

FRANCE. S Biarritz, October 10. The Marquis *de Moustier, the French Minister for iForeign Affairs, and the Che :vilier de Nigra, the Italian Ambassador, :have been in constant consultation here with ,the Emperor since the troubles in Italy broke out, and it is stated that the following ,plan for the settlement of the Roman ques ttion has been agreed upon: " Italy is to talke possession of the'Roman provinces, but ;his Holiness :Pope Pius the 9th is to remain in rome and retain the government of the .city until his death, when the temporal :power of the Roman Pontiff is to cease." It is reported that Napoleon has addres sed a note to the sovereigns of the South 'German States, on the subject of their rela-. Lions with Prussia, and that in this note, af ter. calmly discussing the last circular of the Prussian Cabinet, urging German unity, he asks the Southern :German Sovereigns to :pledee themselves not to pass the Maine, and not to merge .their countries in the new !Germanic Confede...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

RUSSIA. Letterisand other documents have been published to prove that Louis Kos'uth was engaged in intrigues with the agents of the Russian Government in 1849. ... t Petersburgh,' October 10.• The Emperor Alexander has dei~anded of the Sublime Porte the cession of the Island of. Candia to Greece. SIntelligence has been received here that a sanguinary conldict has just taken place on the Turkish frontier between the Mlontene grins and the'Turks, which is faid to have' resulted in a drawn battle. !

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AUSTRIA. Vienna, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

AUSTRIA. Vienna, October 10. The Emperor Francis Joseph has conclu ded to make no change in the existing con. cordat with Rome, and the negociations with the Pope for making a new one have been, abandoned. Previous to this decision. of the Emperor the Roman Catholic bishops in the empire met in congress in this city and' declared their opposition to any change in; the existing concordat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

.HOLLWAY'S OINTRENT ANE PILus.-Dangerousches complaints.-The enumeration of these deseuses is scarcely necessary, as unfornunrately most English men know them to their cost. Whooping cough, croup, common colds influnza bronchitis, asthmr, pleurisy, inflammation of the lungs, and even con sumption in its earlier stages, are best treated by rubbing Holloway's osntment upon the chest, and upon the back between the sholders. It penetrates internally, checks the cold shirerings, releivos the overgorged lungs gradually removes the oppression from the chest, and restores the obstructed respiration hitherto so distressingly disagreeadle and highly dangerous. In treating this class of diseases, Hollo way's pills should always be trken while using his ointment, they purify the blood, pronote prespiration, and allay dangerous irrstations. NOTICE. TH E Proprietor of the GOULBURN STORES, QTTEANISTBE YA N', Begs to intimate that the residue of the Stock, com prising a VariedAssortment *00so will ...

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