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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. VIA CALIFORNIA. THE EARL OF DERBY RESIGNS FURTHER FENIAN ALARMS. THE PAPAL TROOPS DEFEATED. THREATENED INVASION OF ROME. THE POPE PREPARED FOR FLIGHT INSURRECTION IN ITALY ANTICIPATED. SUCCESS OF REBELS IN CHINA. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPP.] SYDNEY. Friday 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. VIA CALIFORNIA. TIHE EARL OF DERBY RESIGNS FURTHER FENIAN ALARMS. TIHE PAPAL TROOPS DEFEATED. TIIREATENED.INVASION OF ROME. THE POPE PREPARED FOR FLIGHT INSURRECTION IN ITALY ANTICIPATED. SUCCESS OF REBELS IN CHINA [ERi ELECTIIC TELEoGRAPP.] SYDNEY. Friday 9 p.m. TVE are in receipt of European news down to the 15th October, by way of California. The Times announces the intended resig nation of the Earl of Derby. . Fcnian alarm continues. Arrests are being made in Liverpool. A Fnian rising is daily looked for in Limerick. The rebels in China are meeting with successes.. Pekin threatened. A general insurrection is anticipated throughout Italy.. The insurgents, under Minotti Garibaldi, have defeated the Papal troops in two en gagexlients. It is believed they will march on Rome. Ils Holiness the Pope is prepared for flight to Bavaria.

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

I'IOLLOWAY'S OINTMENu T AND lJILtL.-Uheer up. Suflbrers from rheumatism need not despond till a trial has been given to these restoratives remediea. Fmentation with warml water, and friction with this 'invaluable ointment are the surest antagonists to rhenmatisnt antd gout. The inllnmmantion of the joints soon yields to tils treatment. Alter rubbing in Holloway's ointment and taking his pills for Ia few days, the throbbing pain, heat, and swelling begin to subside, the frever decreases, and the patient fctls he can move without agony, and sleep calmly withont dislocating starts. Holloway's pills contri bute to dispel the rhounmatic principle front the sys teou, facilitate the present recovery, successfully ward off' any return of the attack, and confer flexi bility and strength upon the injured joint.

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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

Oo1trý l'pohtlQ2r' TO TlHE EDITOR. Sln,-For several months past our court of petty sessloIs seldom or ever opens before 12 or 1 o'clock in the day, to the serious loss of time to those who are compelled to attend it. The excuse generally set up is, the difficulty of proculing the attendance of unpaid justices. Such an apology Is lame indeed, as the law arms the police-magistrate with power to deal with neiirlyevery classof ofoences himself; consequently it-is his Imperative duty to attend to the opening of the court in proper time, certainly never later in the day than 11 n.m. Unless when special sessions are appointed to be holden he does not do so, but frequently wastes valuable time in chatting with whoever may ha;pen to drop into his room or office, regardless of the feelings of thosq compelled to loiter about the premises awaiting his pleasure. The practice, too, of keeping the court house door Inched against the public till the magis trates think well to sit is most unjust. I ...

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LAYING THE CORNER STONE OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

LAYING THE CORNER STONE OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, B3UIRA. k ON Thursday last the interesting ceremony of laying the chief corner stone of. ansepis. I copal church-at the above placewas cdiiduc ted in a solemn and irimpressive- manner, in e the prcsence of about seventy persons. At a little before two o'clock the company formed in double line, and marched from the pavilion to the sacred Qspot where the edifice is now in course of eiection; Messrs Duff and Mehegon acting as masters iaf ceremonies. The Rev. A. D. Soares then came forward and conducted the service appointed for such occasions. After reading the lessons and prayers, he called on Mr G. Soares, who Scoiming forward made a most appropriate f address and laid the stone .in the name of the Triune God. The ceremony was then brought to a close by the whole assembly singing the doxology. The solemnity being over, all returned to the pavilion, and with one heart and mind partook of refreshments provided for the occasion, and which wo...

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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

S IOALHAVEN. [FROM. OUR CORItESi'ONDRNT.] YouR new issue arrives with accustomed regularity, and improvement is perceptible throughout your columns- . y the way, I was somewhat surprised at a few ungene rous remarks made by our localjhere, or as he termed himself, " The Father of the Braidwood Press !" in reference to the Blaidwood Independent withdrawing issue. But in these times it is nothing new to find one;cditor magnanimously crowing' over the fillen state of another, little drcaming that we often find something rise from the "ashes." I merely note this ease as one calling for a passing jot or two ? `- ot that you have been in any way prejudiced by a little " spot of paint." Our last district court sitting occupied but little time. Only ten cases, and but two of these defended. His Honor Judge Ellis has an easy way of disposing of the busi ness, and with a keen judgement bie avoids all those,unmeaning pros and cons which occupy so much time and patience. Mr Thurlow was retained...

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QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. FRIDAY, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

QUEANJEYAN PRLICES CIURRENT. ---oo-- FaiDAr; December 6. Wheat, ~tiushel . £0 3 0 to £0 4 0 Flour ' ton .... 0 14 0 0 0 0 Brun, ,, bushel ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Maiz ,, ... 0 3 6 0 0 0 Barley ,, ... 0 2 6 0 0 Oats ,, ... 0 2 6 0 0 0 ]lay, ton ... 2 0 0 3 0 0 Butter, . lb ... . 0 0. 6 0. 0 Cheese, ... 0 0 5 0 0 0 Bacon, ... 0 0 7 0 0 0 Eggs , do ... 0 00 0 0 0 Potatoes, j1 cwt. ...0 2 0 0 0 0 BaAbwonWon PtIcss CLaIxRNT.-Flour, fine, per ton, £15 ; ditto, seconds, £14.; wheat, per bushel, 4/6; bran, 1/6; maize, 3/3 to 83/; barley, 3/ to :J3/; oats, 3/ to 3/0; hay, per ton, £3 10s to £4..; butter, Gd to 7d; cheese, 5d to Gd; bacon, d d; eggs, per dozen, 10d to 1/. CooaMA PrICES CutReN?".-Wheat, 4.s. Gd to 5s; first flour, £20; seconds ditto, £18;. thirds, £1? ; potatoes, new, per lb. ld ; oats; 5s to Os; pollard, 2s; bran, Is; hay, £5; cheese, none; butter, Is to Is :3d; bacoti, 10d. Gou.nua, PaIces CURaRENT.-Flour, fine, £15 -to £10; Seconds, £14 to £15; wheat, 5/ per bushel ; pollard, 1/6: ...

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The Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 1867. Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

SAd7URDA3 Y L DECE'EMBER 14t1, 1867. ericgl:ilephic gl spattch qs. SYDNEY. [PEaR CnEVILr.L's TELEGaAv COMPANY] Friday evening. TirI Legislative Asrembly met-at an early hour yesterday and went into the Estimates. The Opposition prevented any progress, and violent personal speeches were made. The Hlouse was cleared and counted out at half past three o'clock this morning. The Legislative Council is amending the Municipalitics Bill. Captain Clarke, late ;manager of the Old Company, has committed suicide at Wel. liugton. A ship has just arrived with immigrants. Primce, lt cattle quote from five to six pounds. Fat sheep, averaging sixty pounds weight, ten shillings and sixpence. Yesterday's wool sales were dull; inferior camplecs declined a halffpenny.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of the week. t Sun rises Sun sets Ag. SATURDAY ...... Dec.. II 4 52 7 8 17 SUNDAY ...... ... ,, 15 4 52 7 8 18 ON2DAY ......... ,, 10 4 52 7 8 9I TUIESID.IY .. .. ~ 17 4 59 5 6 20 WDNIESDAY ... . 18 4 52 7 8 ] I rIlUIVSUAY... ... .. 0 4 .? 7 8 's2 FRIDAY... ... ... .. . 20 4 52 7 8 23 SInt.s's , I'ABE, ?.lL quarler on Wecdnesdly, thie 18th, nt 1. 19m. n.m.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-I read all the letters in the case of Oldfleld and De Salis, together with your report of a public meeting held on the 26th ultimo, and from the whole of the statements pro and con, it strikes me very forcibly that the electors of the Qucanbcyan district have a duty to perform, and one which they should discharge, namely; to hold a public meeting and consider whether they have the right man in the right place, and if not at once call on him to resign. -I am, sir,yours, AN ELECTOR.

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

HIOLLOWAtY' OINTMENT AND PILL?.-Cheer up. Sufferers from rbheumatism need not despond till .a trial has been given to these restoritives remedies. Fomentation with warm water, and friction with this invaluable ointment are the surest antagonists to rheumatism and gout. The inflammation of the joints soon yields to this treatment. After rubbing in Holloway's ointment and taking his pills for a few days, the throbbing pain, heat, and swelling begin to subside, the fever decreases, and the patient feels he can move without agony, and sleep calmly without dislocating starts. Holloway's pills contri bute to dispel the rhetimatic principle from the sys tem, facilitate the preeiut recovery, successfully ward off' any return'of the attack, and confer lexi bility and strength upon the injured joint.. QUEA.NBEYAN TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, 17TH & 18TI MARCHI, 1868. JUDGE: THOMAS RUTLEDGE, ESQ., J.P. STEWARDS : ANDREW MORTON, ESQ., J.P., W.: F. -IAYLEY, ESQ. J.P., WILLIAM RALPH MACARTHY, E...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. A SPLIT IN THE GANG. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

I3USHULANGING AND OUit POLICE SYSTEM. BY A NATIVE TROOPER. From the Einpire. A SPLIT IN THE GANG. But I am overrunning my story. When Ieaving Ballalaba we went over to Jermyn's searched his place, and found the bedful of Foxlow property. We took old Jermyn into custody, and he afterwards received seven years hard labour on the roads or other public works. He owned, after wards, to having been at- the camp with the boys in the Molonglo range when we attacked them there. We had the boys nearly in our hands, and were getting re liable information about them every day. Tom Connell had left the Clarkes, and was going to shoot young Tom B. for being seen with me; he also threatened to shoot me and burn me afterwards. We got information one day that Tom Connell, Alick Bradley, and Lucy Hurley would be at Mick Connell's that night.   We formed a party and went within 300 yards of Mick's house, keeping in the bush close to the road. In due time we heard them bidding each other g...

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PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

PRINCE ALFRED. . THE Duike of.Edinburgh's positionuin the navy is not one of mere Jorm, and his rank of post captain is not, as Lord Brougham, described the Duke of Cumberland's title, one of cour tesy. He has passed through all the prelimi nary grades from that of midshipman.: He has undergone very creditable examinations, and has seen a considerable amount of seivice on foreign stations. The naval profession was. his own choice, and from the time he adopted it he has manifested a true sailor's interest in it. As midshipman and lieutenant he cheer fully fulfilled the duties of his positioni, and showed an intelligent respect for that 'igid discipline which so greatly promotes the effi ciency of the English navy. His associates were not selected on lccount of their' aristo cratic connections. IHe had to begin by tak ing them as he found them, and his intercourse with them has produced mutual attachments much stronger than any that could have been founded on titles. When he obtained ...

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"SCARCITY OF LABOUR." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

" SCARCITY OF LAIOUR." if TO T?E EDITOR. - Sir.--Allow me through the medium of your widely circulated journal, to state my opinion as to the cause of it. My opinion is, it is the squatters themselves who are to blame for it, namely their giving such frightful had rations and not sufficient of that. Whoever heard of men being put upon a C certain quantity of tucker on the Murray or Mur r rumbidgee rivers, I never did. If they did good-bye to their ever getting their sheep shorn, but such is the case about thiis district. Ala;, the good old times are fast disappearing. But I am digressiug. Ano ther subject let c me ask you of, Mr Editor, namely, are the storekeepers of Queanbeyann in the habit of counting the number of figs of tobacco for the pound, of that I am certain they do net. Why then should a statiunholder be allowed to sell by number, and I not by wuighl. I once heard a person remark that 3 the Crown should appoint an inspector of public houses. I can assure you there isone ...

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

"THE UEANBEYAN AGE" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE S.'CTLE DGIE.SLRT EEET., ..QUEANBEYAN. BOOK: NDJOB IPRITNTING In all the newest and most approvedadesigns, COLOURED INSGOLD1 SILVER'RONZE; CTO., ETO. ADDRESS and Business Cards, Bill headings, ruled faint or otherwise, Law and ]3ank 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. %M. Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part the colony per post at a nominal rate. THE QUEANBEYAN AGE, Tr. circulaention of lthis lournal throughout its own and tihe neigh bouring district, oas well as elselwhere within and beyond the colo nsis offers spccml advantages to advertisers. TERMS : Sunscntrrton--Se per annum, or 7s 6d per quarter, when de livered by post or forwarded by dispatch to the country, or SOs oer annum, sad 7s Gd per quarter when...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 14 December 1867

o POLICE CouRT.-On Tuesday last a man o named Sladden, of Molotiglo, was convicted o of an assault on his wife, and in default of o paying a fine was committed to jail for a o month.-On the same day the bench.rcvised 0 the district jury list for the coining year. o -A METEOR..-Last Monday a brilliant o neteor was seen in a south-westerly dircc o tion from Quenubeyan. o A FINE Cov.-Many large fish have been er taken during the present season in the el, Queanbeyan and Murrurnbidgee rivers; but to the largest we have heard of, as being cap tured in this district, was hooked last week in the Murrumibidgee by MrTVilliam Hatch, s; of Gininderra. The prize, when placed on 3; the scales-in an old three-bushel bag weighed s; forty-six pounds. is TILE WEATHni eR.--An agreeable change t5 from the late,prevailing dry weather has er been experienced during the week. Last; 3; Saturday night a slight shower of rain fell, I followed on Sunday by heavythunderstorms. ' These, however, though severe, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

rPI IE COlMMEiCiA'L3 A N??K L (Q',ianlpeynn. will l' t( OfEI) ED nn THURSS DAY, the 20th instant, (3U\XING D.?AY )' - H NII.`LENNIE. Queanheyan, : Mbanager. 2. December, 18f07.l Notice. - J TI:E Iundersigned hercby ap'po inft MI t Annati .u L,'vr Collector.. and .Rieiver of all tlemIn n mlll imnm'of minmy duie to thle r?tyat. of the,:il AldAbrhhani L.vy' Sinrekeeper. of Q??eanmtey ni.,i up to this dlme, ati i .I jty,.rsmns indlltetl i thereto iare* rt'tquented to pty l hiut Iunitil Such up;oiiftitonCt shall bIe revmoked bIy Ilem or by mIy principal Fiederick ?Ikmllhamn .,,mgar, ....,t'.1e, U. ,,,.m.ey. I)mtedl it Qtueanbeyan, this titrt?meentldany of .No vember, 18,"7 : GEORGE .MULLEN. Five Pounds Reward. QTOLEN, on tihe night of t-he 12th in Lt B on mmI.itSE. brahdedr IE oteiad slnipder, The above reword will lie paid by the undersigned on aplrehil.islun and cunviuiciuu of the thief.. II.'MACI'HEE. CAUTION. Twenty Pounds Rewaii'd. SOOME per on or persons. on then morn. Inl nf. lf?l...

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QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. FRIDAY, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

QUEANBEYAN PRICES CURRENT. --oo- FRIDAr, December 21. Wheat, bushel ... £0 8 9 tou0. 4 0 Flour ton ... 0 14 0 0 0 0 Bran,,, bushel ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Maize ,, ... 0 8 6 0 0 0 Barley ,, ... 0 2 6 0 00 Oats ,, ...02 6 0 00 Hay, i ton ....2 0 0 .8 0 0 Butter, lb ...0 0 6 0 0 0 Cheese, ,, ...'O 0 5 . 0 0 Bacon, , ... 0 7 0 0 0 Egges do .,.'0 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes, O.cwt. 0.. 2 6 0 0 0 BRAIDWOOD PRICES CUeRRENT.-Flour, fine, per ton, £15; ditto, seconds, £14; wheat, per bushel, 4/6; bran, 1/6; maize, 3/3 to 3/6; barley. 3/ to 3/6; oats, 3/ to 3/6; hay, per ton, £3 10s to £4; butter, 6d to 7d; cheese, 5d to 6d; bacon, 6d; eggs, per dozen, 10d to 1/. CooMA PRICES CuRRENn.-lWheat, 4s. 6d to 5s; first flour, £20; seconds ditto, £18; thirds, £16; potatoes, new, per lb. ld; oats; 5s to 6s; pollard, 2s; bran, la; hay, £5; cheese, none; butter, Is to Is 3d; bacon, l0d. GOULDURN PRICES CURRENT.-Flour, fine, £15 to £16; seconds, £14 to £15; wheat, 5/ per bushel; pollard, 1/6: bran, 1/; maize, 3/ to 3/6;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

- HOLLOwAY's PILLs.-Look to your health.-Any abrupt change in the weather always causes much disordered action in the human body. It is a matter of primary importance to rectify any irregularity without delay, which it is in the power of everyone to do, by taking Holloway's pills. These pills are the best preventives of indigestion, and the mildest .aperients ever prescribed. They purify and cool the blood, and equalise the circulation through the aye tem, even to the minutest vessels of the skin. They act admirably on the liver and kidneys. Holloway's pills control with safety and certainty, all irregula rities ot action, which may be diminishing muscular or nervous energy, by their wholesome influence over both corporeal and mental functions.. Wanted, C? ARRIERS to take 10 Tons of Wool to Sydney. Apply 1A SDELSMON a JOSEPvl. .1Naas Valle7. n JBRAIDWOOD ANNUAL RACES 1868, WILL COME OF ON d WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY FRIDAY 12Th, 18mi, AND 14ra FEBRUARY. e THE HOW. HUGH WALLACE, M.L.C., J....

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY. [PER GER GREUILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPARY] December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

ARREVALL 01?' THE SUEZ MAIL. :SYDNEY. PElR GER GREULtE'as TELEGQAM COMPAIL]Y December Il. TIi Eniglish mail via", Suez, arrived. At Adelaide on Sunday morning, bringing news to thle 12th November. The wool market wits stagnant, and for the November sales low prices were :ex peited, lThe fist part of the Abyssinian expe dition hid stailed from Aden. The Ahbssinian captives were reported to ble in pood 1edilt:h. Garibaldi escaped from Caprera, and hur:ied to the Pontifical States; where'lie gaiined a 'icto`y `over the Pope's trooi s en route to Rome. The French landed at Civita Vecchia, to protect ,the Pope. The King of Italy issued a proclama tion wa:rning his subjects to abstain from joining the insurgents. Garilaldi encountered theFrench troops and a severe contest fillowed, in which lie was defeated, captured. and sent it priso ner to the fortress of Vaugani. In the contest Garibaldi lost three thousand men. The French left Rome. The insurgents were returning home. Five Feniens we...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

-< WEEZLY'Z C,&LEN DLR. " x thJv of ]Aua) I 3 Puys of the wee*. )1nA.-uno zse~a S5 n sets Age.' SAr JRJAY... ...D«.: D.. 1 466 7 8 21 MS ::I"AY * 24 4 52 7 8 27 V4 5I 7 - 547 SUM~giA)Y: *; 46t. 7 5.. 25~ 1I*IUltblAY. .. 28 4.51 7 8 0 YKSL)A1..........._..37 4 5 7 8 .ewmn nonahur syini, 4&n. Ncrr moon on Thrursday, Hro JOt6, at Olt. 41r1.. a.M"''R ..

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