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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

SYDNEY. : ([P2L O- LvrLr's hSLEGRAU' COMPANY) Friday evening. TsE Oriental Bank has demanded of the Government of New South Wales the re.. fundment of all advances hitherto made oui its account, and further notifies that all transactions must be closed. It is thought the Government will easily. carry the vote of credit motion. The Duke of Edinburgh is to arrive in Sydney on the fourteenth of January. It is intended to hold special days. of ;races during his stay. Large quantities of wool were offered at yesterday's sales, but little sold.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

(By Electric Telegraph to Empire ): Saturday. The weather. is magnificent, but ratherwarm. The city in all its -decorations looks beautif'ul,-:iid' the preparations for the races have been on tlie:must expe: sive scale, . Thousands of people availed themselves of the newl.-opened line of railway to the back of the coturse; andmianv thousands more arrived on: the. course in vehicles. The paddock was not- large 'enouglh to-contain the number of carriages: on the course; but good:. order'prevailed throughout the day, and-no accidents; happened. ,.. His Royal Highness the Duke:of Edinburgh arrived on the course about . p.m., accompanied by his private friends, and driving in a carriage drawn by four greys. By this time there was an attend ance on the course'of fully from fifty to sixty" thou-, sand persons, and the races of the day were on. the wholethe most successful ever held here. . There was but little;betting on the previous'nialht, Fireworks was favourite for the Duke of -Edin bu...

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

I POUNDED':at GUNNDAROO; on :the: ":-27lthNo-eti~a er,,18&7'by .1r N.;Lucas :-": ;. t :Dark hiown entire or ri}, like ,I near shoulder, S.illegible mark orbrand.off cheek, near bind foiot white, small star. If not released will bo sold on 1lth December Ii VALLANCE, JuTN, Peunidkeeper THE WILTSHIRE HERO .IS STANDING THIS SEASON. A'T' BYWONG, GUNDABOO. TERM1S Single Mare, :2;i two r more, the property of ono owvnur,~dllOs; '.: Ait mares to, be removed and paid for on or before the let of, Januoay, 1808.: Good paddocks provided biit no' responsibll tyin curred. 1 trb1 P · i:DONNELLY. Decotfibe l5th 186: . ;7. T o Wanted,. EIP EE S HI E I]H? ? ANply to S MANI)ELSON & JOSEPH,. St dNaas Valley.l IJuND.a ALE: -:ý e tda ofU - 121h.1 I'` at too Pound-.yad o 'trRURSflAtthe 12th G4LD POST-OFFICE rSTORES FROM RECENT ARRIVALS the following DEPARTMENTS will befound: CIIOICE1 DESCRIPTION OF GOO S Suitable for the Present Season, which will be sold at the smallest remunerating profi...

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ARRIVAL of the PANAMAMAIL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

ARRIVAL of the PANAMA MAIL From the Empire. - TifE Panama mail steamer Mataura arrived in Sydney harbour yesterday morning, with news from Europe and America to October .11th. ..We give hereunder a summary of the latest intelligence :- ENGLAND. LONDON, October 10. The Pan-Anglican Synod in Session at -Lambeth has adopted and issued an address cdndemning Rationalism, Popery, and Ma riolatry, and seeking to promote unity in the Church. A despatch from Aden announces that the pioneer steamers of the expedition for the release of the British captives held by .King Theodorus of Abyssinia, have sailed from that port for the Abyssinian coast. Extensive operations in grain recently made by the French government and Frenchi mercantile houses have reduced the specie balance in the Bank of France one million pounds sterling. The Standard, in a leading article, says that the general arming of France is ex. Sciting apprehensions of a winter campaign. The Times says that the Hon. Edward Thornton,...

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MRS ABRAHAM LINCOLN [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

MRS ABRAHAM\ LINCOLN WE take the following from the New York correspondenLe of .the Panama Star :- "''The wife of eox-Presidenit Lincoln has been causing quite a sensation in the -` country, and a considerable flutter among leading republican politiciais by'the pub. lication of several cards and ltterr,which, perhaps, it would have:been better if she had never allowed to 'see the light of day. She came to this city, from Chicago about.'-: four weeks ago, privately, to dispose of "; some of her personal, property, her pre sent income, she says, being totally in adequate to her wants, she being possessed of but seventeen " hundred dollars, .three hundred of which comes from the rent of her old house in. Springfield, the remain der being the. interest -of the tweinty-five thousand dollars wlich Congress appro priated for her:'benefit, in place of one hundred thousand which her friends made an effort to obtain, .but wlich the friejidls of the dead President succeeded in de feating. Afte...

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LATEST BY ATLANTIC CABLE. New York, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

LATEST BY ATLANTIC CABLE. New York, October i1. Our Europeaii advices via Cable are dated todday.; . , . . The Garibaldi invaders of the 'Papal ' ter ritories werc again engaged with the Ponti fical troops, and, it'is said, defeated.:' The ievolutionists assert that a risingwill soon take'plice:iii Roliic in favour of the " Party of Action:" ?... :Minotti'Garibaldi, son of the. General;, and his 'successori- i the com?mand of .the! ieviol0utionariy force operating againstRo.iti e; 'hiis:beeii airested by the Italian "authoritics. It is reportedted thAriieicani linthriiab had: interceded in of Ga.ibaldi; vho -wasniice an Amiicrician citizen : ' England remained" seriously excited by the 'fear of anotherFenian'outbreak' .Tihoops were underiidcrs 'in' London to niarch to ggariison Carlisle Cai?tle, and all the volun teer: armories in the coiintiv aiue to be guar ded and placed in a'statc of-: defence. "In, the very important state elections Which ha?;e jUst taken place th-i republicans...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

S(By 'Elictric Telegraph to S. Nt ierald.) Thursday, November 28. The free banquet today was a great success. It is estimated there were 100.000 persons present. The 'Prince did -not attenidi" ccording to promise, which caused great disappointment. The Zoulogical -Re erve is still ctzowded, and' many. persons are dancing. The Prince attended the National Agricultural Show., There was an Orange row last night in Stephen street.., Some of ,the Roman Catholic people tor'. down the Orange. tranparency, at.the Protestant 'Hall. when'a riot ensued, and some one in the hall fired and w:unded three -persons seriously. Four .men have been charged with ;it,. and are remanded for a week.; TIle cricket match was poorly attended. The na tives won withease, with seven wickets to fall. Today has been observed as a:genieral holiday. Friday. The free banquet vesterday has been stigmatised as a failure by' the Press,, in consequence of the non attendance of the Prince: great dissaiisfaction ha:ts bee...

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QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. FRIDAY, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

Q.. UEANBEYAN PRICES. CUlRENT. --00--. FaxIAT, December 6. Wheat, r bushol ... £0 8 9 to £0 :4 0 Flour "?ton ;.. :014 0 0 0 0 11ran, ,,-bushel "0 1 0 0 0 0"~ M_... 0 8 6 0 0 0 3arley'?2 ... 2 6 0 0 0 .Oats ,, ... 0 2 0 00 0 : Iay, P ton . ... 2 0 0 3 0 0 Butter,. Ib .:.. O A 0 O-o 00 Cheese, ,, ... 00 6 0 0 0 ancon. ,, ... 0 0 7 0 0 0 -ggs do ... :0 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, . ewt. .. 0- 2 0 0 0 0

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The Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

SATURD AY, DECEMIBER 7th, 1867. . TnERE can be no two opinions now as to the character of the approaching harvest, which will in many respects :form a con trast to that of 1866. "Although prece ded by a three years' drought, that was a harvest of unprecedented plenty. Its very abundance in one respect defeated the hope that many entertained' of. find ing in it a relief from the embarrass ments which previous -years. of scarcity had involved them in. ' There was plenty. Hunger and distress. no longer scared when harvest laughed; but fulness drove -away distrust, relieved distress, and awoke gratitude. Yet from the superabundance of the gift its monetary value suddenly depreciated; in the market wheat was a drug; "and consequently pecuniary relief was only partially obtained. If growers at once rushed into market with their ali, they failed to realise enough to pay their way ; if they hleld back, they were more than ever discouraged by declining prices'; and .until a few Weeks ago, ho...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days a: tilt accc. a n isia Sun sets Age. SATUR)AY ... lec. 7 4 56 7 5 10 SUNIDAY' . 4 64 7 11 MOND)AY ..: ~ 9 4 54 "7 6 12 TUESDAY I... ' a 10 454 7 a' 13 ~E1NESI,)A11 4 53 7 7 14 TIIUIISAY,. 453 7 7 15 YJIJAY... ~ 131 4 53 7 7 16 Full moon: on Waeacauduy the 1Ilth, at 10h.l 5m. p.m.

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ITALY. Florence, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

ITALY. Florence, October 10. Italy still continues to be in. a very dis turbed state. After the arrest of Garibaldi by order of King Victor Emmanuel, and biasimprisonment in the fortress of Ales sendra, he was informed that he would be liberated if he would give his parole tf hon *our not to continue his campaign against Rome. This he refused to do, and some how managed to issue a stirring address from his place of confinement, urging the Italians t, organise everywhele, and march on Rome immediately and capture at every cost and hazard. In answer to this address insurrectionary bands appeared in almost every quarter of the kingdom, demanding the release of Ga ribaldi, and threatening unless this demand was complied with to' march on the Holy City, oust the Pope, and take full and com plete possession. On the 2nd instant the insurgents cap tured the small town of Aguapendente, in Orvieto, ad took possession of all the roads leading to it: ,They also moved on many posts in the provin...

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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

T0 THE EDITOR. Sir - In your report of the Free Selectors' meeting you (no doubt itadvertently) have misreported me. I am made to say " In his (Dr .Morton's) opinion Olfield's family were as good as Mr De Salis's. He   was sorry to have to any so--." This is altogether incorrect, and would imply that I considered both Mr De Salis's and Mr Oldfield's families to be of an indifferent character; whereas tlhe whole tendency of my remarks indicated my belief that the character of the children of the respective families stood high, and Mr De Salis's fiamily was alluded to as one of high character with which to compare Mr Oldfleld's. There was no comnparison in any way whatever be tween Mr and Mrs De Salis on the one hand and Mr and Mrs Oldfleld on the other. ANDREW MORTON. [On referring to our notes of the meeting we find that the paus ma verb used by Dr Morton were reported in that part of his speech to which excep- tion has been taken: but, unfortunately , by cur &n...

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MURDEROUS OUTRAGE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

1MURDEROUS OUTRAGE IN MEL BOURNE... From the drgus, November 23. ONe of those barharous outrages which are engendered by religious rancour and :ihtoler ance, ahd which'leave a stain-of ignoniiny at, tached to the community among which they are fostered,: occurred in Stephen-strieet last evening. The following are the most trust worthy-,details which could be collected from among.inaumerable. and conflicting rumours of the "ccorrence. During the recent illumi nations: the. members of.: the metropolitan Orange lodges displayed a large transparency of King William II.l in front of the Protes tant Hall. On one side of the centre piece Britannia was represented, and on the other Victoria, with the motto,. " This will we main tain." The exhibition appears to have caused considerable annoyarice to.an opposite set of Tictionists, and threats were openly expressed yesterday that if the ohnoxious decoration was not quietly removed it would be fiorcibly turn down in the evening. . About half-p...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. AT MICK CONNELL'S AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. BY A NATIVE TROOPER. From the Emplre. AT IIICK CONNELL'S AGAIN. • We then went to Mick Connell's, and.on the way were informed that 'the boys had got back; but X. knew better, and went to Mick's for a nobbler, and it was had to get, him away.: The tracker got screwy;: and after'we left Mick's,-about a couple'ofnmiles, fell off his horse. Old X. told me to leave him and comne on home; -:but .badly as ,. wanted home, and a change of dry clothes, I dared not leave him,- as I knew: he would go back to Connell's, and as the boys were .about, they would soon have made a tracker of him, and taken his firearms and horse. To leave him there without firearms would have been as bad, -as I knew we wer?i being watched home, and he would certainly have been murdered. So I remained with him, -and got him close home once, when he gave Sinc the slip, and it took all I knew- to follow him in the dark and catch him after a gallop of a mile among saplings. He swore he...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

.* oial and 0isqttiqt wtos. TuE Interesting ceremony of laying the chief cor ner stone of a new episcopal church at the Burra takes place next Thursday. As the distance is an easy one from town, the hour arranged with. a view -to convenience, a lunch to be provided, and several clerical visitors expected to .be present, and, more over, as special conveyances are to runj to and fro, there will probably be a numerous gathering on the occasion. Dr HAYLEY has directed our attention to an error inadvertently committed an a recent paragraph al. luding to the legacy left to the deceased father of the Schildren of the convict Harriet Jort. The amount when divided 'among all claimants is after all but inconsiderable-only some twenty pounds instead of hundreds. ' "IT is reported that a nocturnal insect is attarking the ears of wheat in this district, and destroying the grain. At the return of day no trace of the pest can be discovered. Tas continuance of dry weather has had the natu ral effec...

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UNITED STATES. New York, October 11th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

- UNITED STATES.: S Ne?:Yorke October 11th, 1867.. .A gieat political rcvolution has setin, and theRadicals are corpletelydumb-foutndeured and know not What Lto make of it. TLe kliy note of this revolution ,was osouidedl some months. ago in Connecticut, and reaching Califoinia the !people of that State took it up and gained a cozmplete deinocratic triuiiph. The example set by.Coniinecticut and. Calif fornia has been followed by the hithlerto Ra dical States 'of Pensylvania andf Ohio whichk .have been victoriously?:caurred ?by ithe Deni-o crats in the Stati el?ctions jist,. held there. .Thl1 foimei State lias gone. diemocatic by ,eight thousand majority, and tihe. ]tter by five ,thiouisand: In.' hOiio thbi Democrats ivill have a majority of about tcnin .the State Legislature, tis :enabling m hi to clect-?a .idtd6S'tte n?eioir iplace of' od Bln Wadithe fierce and bitter and impetuoiis Radical leade"r. Th~e jiopledf Ohi iihave .also decidedl by an. oerwhielmng n a.i 'joiity" that thley...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN MELBOURNE. THE GOVERNOR'S BALL. Abridged from Thursday's Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 7 December 1867

THE DUKE OF EDINB?URIr IN MELBOItUl lNE THE GOVEKN'OR'S BALL. Abridged from Thursday'e Argus." TH. ball:began.at 9 o'clock, by ?hich time the train of carriages reached firoa Latrote street to Collins-street-over.h alf a umile a state of, things which- continued. ? ne time. 2800 guests had been invited, 2590 bad ac cepted their'invitations, and it Wva no wonder there was a crush. The Prince, dressed in naval uniform, and wearing the ribbon of the Garter and other orders, was among the first arrivals, and opened the ball. It fasa qufad rille, and the first set was thus composed: His Royal Highness.and Miss Manners Sutton, his Excellency and Mrs J. G. Francis, General Sir Trevor Chute and Miss Mabel Manners Sutton, Mr Braerly and Mrs Hogg, Lord Newry and Miss Cole, Mr Haig and Mass ;Wilkinson, Mr.Yorke and .Miss Pitt,' and ipolonel Page with a lady' whose name we did nti ascertain. lnuring the earlier hours, perhaps, the crowd ing was too. great for comnfolrable dancing, but gradually...

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

STHE QUEANBEYAN AGE" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE Rr?T.E?Dce. 8TRfIa, QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING In all the newest and most approved designs, ALSO IN' COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, rTC., rro. 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, S "Catalogues,,and every other description of Letter press Printing,-completed expeditiously and in first *class style. "%M., Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part the colony per post at a nominal rate. THE QUEANBEYAN AGE, 'Ts1 ercnlation of tis journal throughout its own and the neigh. bourint districts, as well as elsewhere within and beyond the codo lesa oers special advantages to advertisers. TERMS : Bunscairrtons-S0s per annum, or 7s 6d per quarter. when de. livered by. post or forwarded by dispatch to the country, or 30s nor annum, sad 7s Cd pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

£1 Beward. LOST, from Queanbcyan, some time since, a BAY HORSE, branded - over JL on near shoulder, L on near cheek, star in forehead. The above reward will be given on delivery to E. MloDoant.n, or Mir W?r. AFFLECKe, Gundro0o. NEW AND CHOICE GOODS toI L ke wuzdeciined /eg& la t ian fa-Jf uIss (ustamsnet& L/ ti e .ýiieaiieean is ?itrid LChaj? lZe tia jut e.tAcned franz ' 9dnzeA ,a-zeeelie .ef.f,?edtle, Y uie/zas, unde= tug/ gfwazakle, cinsfizcese, af z. t a oTf IPI?LISE A,? SSIF OO.T.M. ENT ,OIL: ,. I NO -' 3U G.0 is y T H. U N. D E R.S, GNE, :'D, - BRA can sael4 s, t0hat , ca pea thNBe Y REAT DEdPRE SSIai TwRADE in m fperifal dienuee fuiechased S i -iaad bhett Drill; and Russia Du hekrefac:GIVEIALL HIS Ck.TOMERS S THE COR Grass Cloths and Brown HollandEFit. . : " Blankets - .K. if ' - -" i .. . Crimean and WhiteFlannels . Y THE UN DER SIGNED, AT TIlE "BRAIDWo)D STORE,; QUEANBEYAN: s C-erin Shirtings en Diapers d DFamily, Ta ill, and Imperial ditto' li. 72, 811, and ...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

"THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN VICTORIA. (By Electric Telegraph tn S. al. Berald.) Melbourne, Thursday, December 5. The Duke laid the cope stone of the «Winchelsea Bridge yesterday, and lunched with Mr Austin, of Barwon Park. The party afterwards went rabbit shooting, and bagged 1000, of which the Prince shot 416. His Royal Highness went to Colac aabbit shooting, and visited the estate of Mr Robertson. The children's fele at Beechworth today, was a great success. Several thousand children were pro sent, and the.towvn was crowded with visitors. There is to be a display of fireworks tonight. The Prince passed through Camperdown at noon, and received an address from the inhabitants.- 'The inhabitn'nts were very enthusiastic in their reception of the royal visi'or.. Hines, Clarke, Frencham, Girvin, and Mitchell have been remanded for.a week, on the charge of shooting, with intent to kill, on the night of the riot at the Protestant Hall. Friday. Large crowds are visiting the Galatea. A strong...

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