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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY]. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

SYDNEY. Irn a'arriKLLsd . TELEGRAM COMPANY] Fi iday evening.: T?e Additional Staimp Duties bill is with.: drawn. SThe arrival of the, Prince in Sydney is postponed to the twenty-first' January. , There ii a further·declitle in wool rand sheeliskiiisof about. a penny. Fat bullocks are quoted at from -four pounds ten shiliings to: six pounds,; cows, thlree pounds Q'.ve shillings to five pounds;' fait wetheis, averaging sixty-five pounds in. Wveight, eleven shillings to eleven shillings .and sixpence.... It is expected that parliament will vote a tlite .ronths supply, to" the Goverinment to. .day, and then adjourn for a week.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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Local and District News. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17TH, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. A. Levy, Wright, and Morton. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

Nosat attd istitigt ut€s. POLICE COURT.. TUPSDAY, D.C?Bv.ran 17TT , 1867. (Before the Po,lice Magistrate and \Messrs..A. Levy, 1Vright, and Morton. .: ASSAULT. Jnosep; Joseph and Emannueel M3andelson, of Niais Valla!jy w1ere summoned by James lar wigitn on ?large ut assaul cr rParr. appeared fur the defaladants. Coriiplainant stated tliathhewas .1wpherd, and up .to thed th instant was in the emllpltyi of.thi defendants. On thea evening of that da"y complhiuant was in the kitchen at Nuas partaking d" s'pper,'wlhenthe defird uit Man ! delson crme?in, collared him, dragged:hirn out of the kitchen, and told him to,-bir boff the pl-ice, as'e.didn't want him anyrinrare. ;The oilier defenlrint, Joseph, cam,,e up ral'e, inndl caught ioliid oaf oirhmplainanr.; bhth halir"lihl of hlimli together; cr-omplainiant bflieved they would have doie himi some serious hiiarri; hut fl-ury Oldlield c:rame up an,, pulled JmeHpli tway, Artying, iit htdlid sii), "su i atr a ime.l Nio bl.mws were struck. Whi...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. HE IS CAPTURED AND CONVICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM.           BY A NATIVE TROOPER. From the Empire* HE IS CAPTURED AND CONVICTED. We met him fair in the Gap. He was driving his team along. We did not let him see us until we were too close for him to get away. We rode as if intending to pass him unnoticed, when we turned close upon him, asked him where he was on a certain night, and arrested him. We gave him the usual caution that anything he said might be given in evidence against him. He replied that he did not care what he said, as there was no one there who knew him, and that no one could swear he was one of the four. On account of the boy with him being so young, we could not safely leave the team with him, so Alick had to drive it to Ballalaba, from which place it was sent home in due time. We took Alick on to Braidwood, and after an investigation before the magis- trates, he was committed to take his trial, and kept in gaol until...

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FRIDAY, DEC. 20TH. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Hayley, Wright, and Levy.) DRUNK, DISORDERLY, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

FIDAY, Dtc. 20Tir. (Before the Police lMasgiitrate. and Messrs. :-., llyley,,WVrigliir, ind Levy.) DiUýIk, iado0RDInIY, , ic .... :MichaelFl yiti, a very ribthist,yeing f?llow,, 'was liilrughlt leire the bench cln a selies of c!hrges iatiing out ltf a drulike.n spiee nit the previouls day, which ended in the pirisoner's ilrrest, hut lln i bcth'lie hIe I.ad iraioked the iip. preiheniding lfficer, and tr it shi?ts ii uni lirni-cat, vest and sbhirt,ý and in. remia i?gLt chained to a cart and lilauleld to ilidurn..ce vile. STlirheeclharget, vid., drunk atnd disiordei-ly, obscerne hinglaige, and assaultinlg the lpilice, ltesides a claim ilir damlagelio the pulicetllati's ltllthes,lweei itmalide again.thlint, to ull tf whluh lie pleaded ignoiranuce and guilt. though ace?ir dinig to tile statellnint of the polic. his conduct had ieeii Io?t ouitrageous lie wais fined in all £4,anid 20/ damallges to the coustabl?es. 'Tlhe anannlis l wete paid anl the prisoner cautiuned and let go: I 'lhe cas...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

SPEAKIS? AGA I NrT uIIIUniRi.--:Ir SailSOItii had lths misfurtunlle \Vtlrici.daY eveniiigto Ildi-e.s: the laseirin Ily in comlpcitii,n withh a very severe iilundierstor .The hon. genilenlan wias pIroceedig.g steadily wilth his "oration. which wals solnewhat fsornildable lias itif+eting thie Treasurer's estniate of WVays aird Mlenns, whell there were premonitoryv sligns of anl applilroching ilis trilhance in thei Heavens: rividl llr8rshe of lighltning pissed thirough thilie Chabu!llher ia bhrihk iiitervals. Presently thl Ithunder leals cainm lil anlt] conutinured for sonme mhiiiateis, like a pirk ifartllsery In full pline. lice, so Ihat i!th !iln gentlemalni, at Ihe polite-reqiqlust :of his. financial friend opposite, haid -to cease sjliak; iintti he were speakhiig--au tile hlin.- Geultfrey Eagier could nlt Ilellr hil. One icolld see aiot Aiur Sa?iiniel kiept mll)iing his lips and turning olver his ,notes as if delivering iri eliuient upliper-cLt on Oeufllry'r s phiz, but lie was una...

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DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. Tnr tlanmelul proceeding mentioned in ot' tele I/ raphic despatches last week, is fully reported in the ditilyspapers. The ioiase "on Thursday had gone uinto committee on the stpple.nentary estimates, and 'was heing addressed by Mr Forster, who was con tinually interrupted by Mr Piildingtnn. While ask ing srne questions :relhtiye to the Stamp lDuties Amendmnent Bill, (accouding to the Empire)- Mir Firster satit' : Though it was the duty of-every 'hn. '.imb"-r to demandl this infiirmation. 'till the snsstwer was that'it wits all personal, and ,in atteinpt to dihspiice the Goverrmin t. -.llr Mairtin;-h tiruepsirii nnis.personal. MAlr .Forster :' ho kniown that. Mir Martin: Everybody knows it. The country knows it. (lIear, heer.) Air Forster: The :hn. gentleman'sa constituency ?otuld tell him that they did tint know it. 'The lhun. gentlenman (MAr Martin) wns measuring the con scelnces of others hy: his own corrupt heart. (Ohi eh !) But the lion. genthl ...

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

"THE QUEANBEYA1 AGE" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE RZTLEDCGEST.BET, QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING In aii the newest and most approved deslgns, ALSO IN COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, ETC., ETC. AL 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. D. .,Parcels of Printing'forwarded to any part the colony per post at a nominal rate. THE. QUEANBEYAN AGE, Tit circulation of ithis Journal tthrogheut its own and the neigh baouring diptricts, as well as elsewhere within and beyond the coleo ass offers special advantages to advertisers. TERMS : - sscatrrio--S0s per annum. or 7s dd per quarter,- when. de. livered Iy.post or forwarded by dispatch to the country, or 30s ner annum. and 7s ed p!,r qu...

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The Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1867. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Through Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 21 December 1867

SATURDAY, ~ DECEMBER 2!t', 18,17. 'LATI ESY'L: INTEU ILGENI CE. (Throulh IGrcilte;'aiTerldvam #ompny.) SYDNrEY, Tuesday. "It is generally thoughlt in political circles "tihat the Gold Duty Reduction Bill will be ncegatived lby tih Legilaitive Council. i Mri;lyan and MrI Piddinlton iitend :to bring before theAssemhly the unsatisflitory .airrandiisfitst i madtleby the Governinent 'for 'trafflic on the Western in Lne of Railwhay? , Mr Cowipei, at piesi.itt im?Brisbine, is .to 'le "in Sydtecy this week ' lipe' has nobinten tion of rcturning to pullic lfe, i his time 'heinag closely engaged in the business of ItR. Towns and Co. The rnaikcet for brleadstuffs..is inan-exci ted state, owing to the prospect of the wheat crop being;.a shrtt one tthis:season at Ade laiile. :Sydney biikeirs iai'fe. advanced the price odf the 2it loaf to fivepence. Appointment' of parliamnefitary librarian is still vacant. The .Government: and Mr Arnold are at issue thereupon. It is repor-" ted that the former w...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. D c Dcv cr acts' Mronfs saTUnltDY . C. flaC. o : a ul SUND EAY: . * UD\C . .. 91'.-4uc - L Y 'L'BD *Y... 3f kcitLj- U rJ , First qunrtrro d on lrii.;yf o tu4'&,b? ,&l °& 'jr i ý, ;: "

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The Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

s47URD 41, AD: 2. 8 . *x* I orderi t(,- i ci our i attd cliul overworked staff r oppoi y gr ro axatioon at Clhristmas W: thihis welk aisuc only half a shoot.

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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

Ur leg a phzi~ r1dt ptl * ~ S1DNIBTk PRER OBE.ZLLE S "jL2f3'icA M-CCPATxjl * TuE Empire is to be puldi neý] ts ý penny newspaper from the firstof ,Ji ntuai y, ilyl theo.Evening News; I ich hiufot exteisive circulation. flreadstnfi' stead.' T'B int tercolonial'idle mizatcli :iil -be ` close one.:: There is a tlundi lstorm .thiia evoening

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Through Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

LATEST INTELIGNCE L. (T7'rouh CGreville's 7'hyir *:a. 'n'y;jn",.) Iirs Excellenry Sir John 'Youtg direir e.?itj i'de Union Clubion Friday nighft. It iR stated thai Sir John Youig-widi'be :a:c ii) dnt foIr i he representlinn. uf n Ir ihi ru",i? titueucy (probably Cavan) in the L[?i?,';. 0I CoAnit;lo ": T'lho testimonial t. Ilis` EAn lcn-riy i n.t =lie subscribed t.soso Ii aci'ally:au."ti,:w e autti'.pait i ;ul have beei the case. The xpccdieney of redqietrg th.B rajtway c~ rgen generally,;is being consideredl b,'.ie (-t ve a ? u e n? . Mr Rynn Brenan, solicirof 1i & i. li s ai teutedtdl here, and.also at M'lboit a:: i .tr?ual S'Cushing lMachiuo. '"ite health ofl: ?r Rogei to fa'ijmle old'?comrne dIan, appnari to be eompie reig:te - ''hncJlpnhh burlesle i gIn.i 'lb Oovernnient thareli t, - _. r i, ; l, f foraL f litsh a nwii ceourt of plettyl . r T heabariganol criatketere c- t o'tielc match "at Batluret . outir Is miore rmle lhI' :cvr:n:equzzi "gat t ex?tensiro destrnetidbof ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

"THE QUEANBEAN ??AGE " GENERAL PRINTING OFFIGE QUEANBEYAN. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING In all the newest and most approved designs, ,COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, ETC., ETC. A DDRESS and Business Cards, Bill S-- hceadings, ruled faint or'otherwise, Law and .lBank1Foirmse,Cheqnes~-Druggists' and other"Labels, Business Circulars, Posters and Handbills, anyisize and colour, Pamphlets,-Club Rules, Society Reports, Catalogues,`and every other description, of Letter press Printing,; ompleted expeditiously and in. first class style. °ý Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part ' the colony per post at a nominal rate. e.-- Ie THE QUEANBEYAN AGE, Tsr. circulation of this journal throughout its ow.n and the neigh. bouring districts, as well as elsewhere within and beyond the colo nies offers specal advantages to advertisers . TERMS: SL'tisc?tPTfO?-2-s per tinno;ne or Cs lid per quarter, when d-e: |llvered by post or forwarded by dispnteih to the couotry, or 2-0s ncr onnum, and is ld prr quan...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM.' BY A NATIVE TROOPER   From the Empire     CARROLL's IMPRUDCECE-THE STORM BREWS. Well, Carroll commenccd operations in     earnest. He began with the harbourers.   He took Mick Connell, or Michael Nowlan O'Connell as he was called in the indictment; and then he took James and Pat Griffin. Carroll was right here, for they were all   guilty of harboring, aiding, abetting and all. that, but he was wrong when he arrested young...... This young man would have   been Carroll's safety, if he had exercised prudence.; ' but he took him at the instigation of Lucy Hurley, who had a terrible spite against the young man's mother, who had a great grudge against me until she saw my intimacy with her son was for a good purpose. So when we met Carroll at the hut we refused to aid him by going to Guinea's for reasons before stated. Young .....was kept at gaol &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

fire PO^.hu o at =3" uJ1WIctt 'NJ`RE, r orD i, the ,.th h rS~ti ofiecern I.' tB7lf3,,!ozn FuIowl err ta ianSi, es nmrd !i]wing is 9a &ni -Ti Ulrry~~ijcS? ptiller 1toiiil, n b:cklopge', hi c. (or-Cif Bay re, stiar. , star or fJ . itlrer -- rý r'td A; b -rL- blf'?'ed;11. Ikey-UL (the 1) Ii rvcrcd a'of ihluit i d car ahoulder, 'r< 'back muiur C4t1 o :soar !! kl ' nr r i; niearsboulde-. -Bay Colt, in 1ef. lu (T ~ ,Bay : iniucdccicctail, bf,,1 niu isrsblda ýDr buyiay est xd .l;shrox&iLet like 51 *'-de sirleor.1 erc j dM211 ld or §,'.. t,"h 't.bt + p ledtail ' I i Patuf nd'' eep i . .,:,.."";-" ý«: 1 t*ii'irx"l d oif 21ll `Jnn nr9, · J. Jt -ILIA J \IS;. Po: u ut!:eepe~j;! .. _; j~~F~ve ?6 isd~ Roward. t TOM, n, the in -r,1+ of ttto ]. h I in i at ant ftrow IL'.' (2leleb ?tniierra;_ r AY HORSIE, btr-ide d 1J hn.on - einonhir; - - T on near ehoulder hbort cull ani snihip. Thlie above re-waid vtla be pnzdI b tho nnderdgtnedi en appreheuano.:ol eenietitn of. the thi...

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Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

S al tl831 ad ishyt uf QUEIANDIJYAN PUI'Unr.w S(t'HOJ I Q annual eoxtmillation of tie c}; di rtti rltldineo the public school here was cotldiutied ile?' i:nite,, uis reported.In our lnst, Dr Morltorncndllc. thn te exai mination.,- On the next day, ,itzed,~i, theb cijldi-eci; accoimpanied by soma of theirS frlertid and siircuia of the schoo! board, nletin thd schedl rnionm tt11e Cld Flltiwsv' Ifull) for a, treat,.:.provtdcri -p ." by. erni. ladies, of the district. Tho i;carild .is mc:.,t i;tn u; ndl su mptuousliy prdovided., Thic yort fol ks rij,. s,; seemed well up to thet wold of 4aitni?ndlrita:dinaedecd not.a second intimation to: full t'i.: 4s. v e of site geatlemen who addressed the cbeic-rcn. Qi" t1U i j , reotarked-e r AilcPhail''s lerotatofIn 81t'n: hiitrht y did.not 'atppeat, to have beeti lodtc tipi t ir t-i cu. ?t? rotil all seemred to uinde"alnnad "tbitri tre oif .t ?i tnitr Siupal ciengs, and came provided iJtlt. l?oe tb ch.h? rh was wel. cranmoed after tho'ganiirid oga...

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General Intelligence. SWEARING IN OF SIR THEVOR CHUTE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

It "het' -:, rai:--tt: i-apc : Ir r2.. ir?l 4 otr iicoc'k easterda?. i>,fnOn IlheG ChiTef i .e? the JPremie?r e;to Colonial ?isretary, tl:he Seccqoi , ý.f for.Lads, tle SSeisrtairy for trks, :the £rrek;rdr hiiO- 3 the Pi0inniaastir-t Gezeral ,tho .re'idept tif bt.4t - 1is intitve Conacil, the IuoxE. Deaio Te :s Thorn snra t tl O ev Dr ia1ni.-rs M.L A.. Mi- ob rttson,. Mb~Ai 111 o i r xander, ,I. A.d the lio-n V Byrei s apo-. haTiynI. iin! lTVddy', and:other:military offiiirs,. .M i~ s inoet ie French consul? and several other' inem-ri.r'd ason Parlam,?itniat--nd couiit st.aseerdb ii ?t;h I,l11' of: 1 the Goiveri-ient-i-tUi?L, tu wi;oes ithe aituopti.cT -ifa ttily o- u .ica f ;.dininstsriing t h government of t u .v On4lp bor by itmone' Sir'l'icrir Chute, senisor inilitai r riicer ,duct for ,t? tone bhing io'. the cali.v Th Chief ;Oit?tie t i ti oembr- ,ie r tithle .G ai:ern'ment-:'Bd- o-t;ci-s iic t ie ter iratgeie ie t iehnes in fronit of a table, at til ; It-of ti a th? ?taoirx...

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Original Poetry. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 December 1867

CHRISTMAS. 'Tis Christmas--the Christian festival! and sounds of mirth Peel loud and jocund through fair Austral's clime; Blithe Joy and pleasure sit by every hearth, And lead the revels in the festive time. In town, in village, and in lone woodside, The Christian band hold joyful jubilee In memory of him who on the raised cross died, From Satan's thrall to set his brethren free. 'Tis a day of joy and rest alike to all To men of wealth and tillers of the soil; No sound of busy labour's heard to fall; All, all are resting from the common toil. Secured in stacks and barns the yellow corn Is garnered by the farmer's harvest hands; And the bristling stubbles, by sharp sickles shorn, Stand bleaching on the rugged furrowed lands. The swift bronzewing and quail, with plumage dun, Rustle the stems in quest of scattered grain, Shed by the too ripe ears, when the harvest sun Gleamed hot and lurid over wood and plain. The mottled herds, on the scorched pastures seen, Seem sharers in the genera...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Through Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

LATEST INTELLiGENCOE (TAhrough 6revilae's Tegram Compgny.) .. YDNEY,- Monday....; G~RaAT preparations are being made in Syvd-. I1 ny, for, the reception of H...H. 11; .Priice Alfred. :An entertainment is` to be" given on an early day in aid'of the Sailors' Home, and a Citizens' Ball is to come off on the 29th January. An enterprising individual has given £100 for the use of a balcony in a good position, from which to view the ,procession, intending to issue tickets for admission thereto at the rate of one guinea each. The stables of the Qneen's IHotel, Wol. longong, caught fire and were burned to the ground today.. The.hotdl and Catholic chapel adjoining were saved with difficulty. I It has been ascertained that the racehorse Ekile. was poisoned by mealns of arsenic. Littletish is the favourite for Melbonrne New Year's Derby. Fireworks has receded. The betting on the Port Phillip Stakes is 2 to 1 on Barb, 5 to 1 against Cowra, 6 to. 1 against Old England. A 'wag circulated a report ...

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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

THE CHIIUR IM OF ENGT AND SCHOOL. nis it TrE. pupils attending' sthe above denornina d tiionial schol, and nntihering between forty arid fifty, were on Monday last regaled in the .oullowing- manner : The pupils: having been mustered at the school :house at one- o'clock, were duly exa mined as to their attire which was pronounced to be very creditable. Having gone through their drill, a. processionwas formed as follows: Band of. music; the scholars, two and two, Swith their teachers; a conveyance containing 'the edibles, &c., &c.;' and last;' the Rev Mr. SSnares and his two daughters in a buggy. A start being niade, away they went to rus ticate amid n um hi fial shades arid woody glens, naiderrthe influence of the spitit stirring air "7Itle 'Britannia," as light and linyant as their young hearts could make them ; merry Sas crickets; redolent of health, and scarcely Sto be held in-si anxious were they to arrive at the goal oin which their affections for the timed tiein...

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