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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

LATER FROM 'NEW ZEALAND. Tit ECosvXCT'ROBERT W-VzLSOx.-At 8 o'clock this morning the murdererjWilsou will be executed. He has been in a very'dejected condition ever since his condemnation, and has taken very.,little,'food. :He has made as yet no confession. It was intimated to Wilson after the receipt of the telegram announcing that the warrant for ;execution was signed, that he was to die on Wednesday; and we believe he asked that morning why he was not taken out,for;his,doom, andiexpressed his regret that there ;had been delay, as he had prepared ;bimself to; meet; his fate .that morning' The delayiwas necessary, as-no execution could take place until the sheriff was in possession of the actual order, which only arrived yesterday by thesteamship Egmont. Last night the earpenters were busy fitting up the acafold, which is the same as:was~used for the execution~.ot the ;Maungatapu murderers, the drop being somewhat reducedlin size. About 9 o'clock last night, Wilson was sleeping ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

iI POUNDED nt IBUNGENDORE;: on -B:-the 28rd day of J)ccember, 1867, frola Foxlow Blark horr,4e,wroken, like CIF or ME over like I.) near ,shouler. , Brow6n or lhl-.k mare. AM nenr shonnller GUrey filly. hbld leet white, likeal off shoulder Grey horse. dUcked tail, :. in circle' rump and ' shualder near side . Brown maare, TE near shoolder. Also; same dsay, frnomGidieigh Iron-grpy blore, docked lull, F near shoulder, HE off sabnlder. Alno, on Ilhe 24th,'from Currendooly es?ate: Bay colt. ofif hind iontwwhl e, white spots on back,. S over JO near shoulder Brown Inare. ilke CO off slhou'der, WV near rump, V tiunder.~enddle near side. like MC. over :W nenr lshoulder. Bay horse. ducked tail. W In circle over W near ; shmolder. .IL conjoined off shoulder. If not released will h?e sold on tbe 16th January. J3 A. WILLIAMS, Poundleeper,

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The Age. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

s?- TURDAYoA U.J. 4.tAR s4ti, s16 Fonaa long time past the existing Electo ral Act has been a mutter of considera.. {tion not only with- several':'nenibers of the Legislative Assenthly,l;utu lso out of doors. ;Recently; moreover, the' honour abhle.and reverend member for West Sydr iney hams hroulght in t :hill for the division !of former electorates, (as, for instance, the Hilitihigs) into two, so that two mein .hers may be returned instead of one., Now so ftar as regards-those electorates (referred to:in the bill, the measure seems both just and reasonable; for- a more equal representation the question occurs, `Will these only amendments produce. the result of a fair and equal representaltion ? Otlher constituencies will soon he alive to the importance of 'reform, and it is more than prlathldo that the Asseilbly wi iil e. 'still lfurther increased in numbers as it he ifound-. consonant: with the wish of the ; peoiple. So ftr aus the population of the 4 colony is :oncernced, it woul...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

---:- E \9 LYLY CALENDAR.'. Day o `ti aeý "ofnt; s tsSn arts .ge `'?ATURDAY .. ...: + " I i j:LSKIZNIIAY ' .. . [ , " 'O .:711-1 10. .+- ..+JoNli.Y" , ; .. .. - ,' O .+I 7.1, .. Ir ll - ST u .sS ). ,Y ,, 7 1 5 , 7 11 .1? 1 j IIN F : ?II?-"Y . . ~ -8 + 5 :.3 7.11. r15 I'll U t16)A ..' . .. .. .~ " 5 4 "710 14 ", | 10, 5 5... . -. I 0 ·S 7 10 1 5 Uc:O', h 10,A1. i·Full moot on IFiidSy. the 10th1, ur: 8h. 58m1. a~ml. ý .·

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AsD PZILL.--Tloatt A-- . fections.-In all cases of relaxed, inflamed, and ul cerated throats, safety may be always secured by rubbing Holloway's ointment upon the glands under tihe lower jaw. Its curative powers may be accepted without doubt or distrust. In diphtheria 'the most marked success has attended its use in cases where the disease threatened to run a fatal course in spite of the ordinary treatment. 'The application of Holloway's ointment fits it well for children's ail. ments, where internal medicines can with difficulty be administered. When pills cannot be swallowed without pain they should be reduced to a powder, and used conjointly with the ointmnet, whose cool ing, soothing, and healing action they augment by their purifying process. ONE POUND REWARD. A BAY MARE of E. BAnrmisUDGE ,? A a.? anberrn, having got away on Christmas-eve, with saddle and bridle, was found next day without the saddle, near Mr Andersons. A,reward of One Pound will be given to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

BRAIDWOOD ANNUAL RACES 1868, WILL COME OF ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY B FRIDAY 12ru, 18Tra, AND 14ru FEBRUARY. JUDGE: THE HON. HUGH WALLACE, M.L.C., J.P. TREASURER: ROWLAND HASSALL, EsQ. STEWARDS: WILLIAM JOHN BENNISON, ESQ., J.P. THOMAS STEWARD, ESQ., J.P. DAVID DICKSON, ESQ., J.P. JOHN MACKELLAR, ESQ. CHARLES E. DRANSFIFLD, ESQ. H. P. WILSON, ESQ. STARTER: MR. DAVID RICHARDSON. C, Rx or THE CouRSE : MR. RICHARD DRUCE. FIRST DAY---FEBRUARY 12. First Race. T HE MAIDEN PLATE of £50 with a sweep stakes of £2/2 each to go to the second horse, for all horses that have never won an adver tised i prize exceeding £I0 upof to the date of entrasue; one muile and a half; weight .for age. Entrances to he sent under rover addressed to the Treasurer up to M3onday, Friruary 10th; 1868 Second Race. The .PaINCE or WALES STAKES of £80, for all horses the winner to be sold by auction im mediately after the race for £25: if entered to be sold for-£20 allowed 101b, ij for £15 allowed 151b, and if for £10 al...

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BUSHRANGING AND OUR POLICE SYSTEM. POLICE INDIFFERENCE TO DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

BUSHRANGING AND 'OU POLICE SYSTEM. i BY A NATIVE TROOPER. .?rom the Emplire POLICE INDIFFERENCE TO DUTY. One day we were lying about in the bar. I?racks when a'man from the farm came, and gave me the wink tofollow him outside, when he told me he had just seen the three boys ain the paddock. It was a wet day, and he said they had blankets over them. They. rode close past our friend as if they had not seen him. When he came near the bar racks, he said he turned to look behind, and saw the boys rounding up some horses in the 2paddock. This paddock was only 900 yards from the police barracks. Our horses were close at hand, so we put them in the yard at once and reported to our senior man the refreshing news. "All right," said he, "let's feed the horses." We fed them. He then told the two men, one a senior-constable who had; arrived, to stop for the night. After consultation, they decided on stopping inside to guard the store. Their own sense might have told them that Tommy Clarke would ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

WE have Melboiurtne papers' to December 28th. The'following is from the Age of ttqat date:' THE IURRICANE 'N TIIE CITY.. The eityr was swiept byj a hurricane lbe tween 2 and 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The weiather" in the forenoon was eextreniely sultry, and a hot wind from the north threw up clouds of dust. A' change was expected from the threatening aspect of the sky, and there were indications of the wind shifting t) the westward, when a more agreeable at mosphere was anticipated. But the change was accompanied by a terrific drat storm, which shut out from view everything around. For several minutes the wind. blew with1 terrific violence, and played havoc with the flimsy and nunrestrictipg structures that cause within its blast. IThi Princ. had jnust comn. pleted the ceremobiy of l;yinlg the foniida tion stone of the ?iechanics' IInstitute, Collingwood, and had har dly left the ground when the first shock of the hiutliicaie' was experienced.- The decorations {erected ;on. the...

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Telegraphic Despatches. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

delh' aghic ·qspatchqs. SYDNEY. (PER OR3V LLE 8 TELEGRAMd COIIPANTJs Thursdi:y mor11ning. Tu ParIarnama mail has araaved wih OEuro peon newa tos Iooverber,7th. A huiricane wi the West Indies has des t oyed eightyt wo vessels and eight hunidrLd lives. ]Jiehd ·imots hoad ocurreid ini Excter ·:. ;, T1Lenty six Fedniari s have en wd etW for mulder at Manchester. iet ~ q i.) ~, w'" U·" · -,, , c·..' jr 5:-;;, . M :- · ·2 ?F something he previously heard, to, remain Sthe way to prevent a breac of.the peace; wvas on what he saw, and not on the inform tion, that witness arrested defendants. *7 `' Trthe Bench: ' saw all the defendan yd-. run down and stop Holland arid his sister, at tae fet.rav,,f.nce I se.rested the.ei.-.:. - iven . Tq Gallagher: Holland's exact words we hme, that hewas sipped oni the road and Ferg the Lenhane struck him. lial To the Bench : I heard more than one voic in accusing Holland of telling lies abost them. the Henry Hllarid deposed, that on the nigh or of, the. 26t...

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THE FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

- THE' FLOUR - MARKET. - From the Gmtong Register. ? - TRaRE are few" who would not rejoice atrai healthy a'vance in the price of grain, suffi. cient, at all events, to remunerate the grower. and consolidate the agricultural interest. Glutted': iroduce markets, and ruinously low .prices, cn' never-be a permanent boon to the population. There must be a sufficient price for all commodities, that is, a return for capital invested and labour expended in the production of the same, or else they will ceaseto-be produced. There is no doubt the ruinously low prices of breadstuffs previous to last harvest, and the continuance of the same for the greater portion of the present year, must have proved very trying to the agriculturists. During t'e past two months however, prices had been gradually firming, and now comes a commotion in the market, greater than we have euperienced in these colonies for some time back. In South Australik'iominthing like.a' panic has set in, and io 'nd flour in' pla...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

SCRICKET MATCH. O?nesday last (New Year's day) a match was uicare between the elevens of Gininderra and levan. The ground, considering the shoat owed br prepaiation. was in very fair con ' Mr Cane of the Royal Hotel had a booth *..ld which was tlera Ilyv well patrinised. ickets were pitched abhut non, and Ginin ..:`' ving won the, toss sent Quaeanbeyan to the "ltte score appended will hIest shew the rs nd result of the match. The wicket i of Smallhirn cdrnut however be pissed over c?ne. Netter play than his at that important S hats bheen seldom if ever seen on the Quean * ;! n cricket ground. The howlinvdf WVebster and Soke fir Queanheyan wasmost effective, and many llullind a slow rund arm screw twisters found their way to the Queanbheyan wickets without the slightest apparent trouble to themselves. At the 'conclusion of the match the cricketers with the i.lcers' of the Qeanbheyan Cricket Club adjour 'nes'.eJ1r Cne's-hltel. and partook of an excellent luncheun. after which glasses ...

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THE BELLAMY POISONING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

THE BELLAMY POISONING CASE. . From tis ltk?lourne drgus.. . :THE'trial oft- Richard Thomas Bellamy:. 'fr the alleged murder of his wife, com me?Led on Wednesday and was concludedt oni Saturday, when the prisoner was ac 'quitted.: The facts are tolerably well known to our readers and are these: .Bellamy was an assistant at the shop of Mr De Barr, chemist, Goulburn, New South Wales. Mrs De Barr, who was 'proved to be a wbman of very intemper ate- h!iits, eloped with him in August, i1866, carrying a considerable sum of mo nIney with her Thia pair arrived in Mel _bduine in September, under the name of Barnett, aid paissed as man and wife. On sliphboard Mrs Barnett had been attacked withi ievere vomiting, which continued even after landing. She was attended by Dr Beauey, who was called in by the pri soner to see her, and she was somewhat relieved. The same symptoms manifested themselves at a place in Elizabeth-street, to which they removed from their first lodgings in Collins-street, and...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

Ol7ketertiI ItteiizgCllg cq ' Roseary ratt inEi T Pe'asar.-;i t. the central police-court., on Tuesd:a, John Murphy was charged by senior-constable Twoiney, with haviiig astolen £566 from the person of Edward Blygh,.al Burwood, on Monday. night last., Messrs Cnrey and Roberts appeared for the prisoner. The apprehending officer stated that about 10 o'clocki this (Tuesday) morning he apptelhended the prisoner at his residehce,', Long bottom. In the district of Sydney, on a charge of stealing fifty-five £1 notes of the Coloni.tl Bank of Anstralasia from .theperson of Edward Blygh, about "11 o'clock on Monday evining: askeid prelsnner what tilL.e he wits hoene last night ;- he.'i?id -he iwa?i 'houie. about 8 o'clock : he said he went. to bed soome; timel about 0; asked him 'whether he saw the old inan (the I prosecutor) last night.--,-r' Cory contended that.'this' I was not R fair way of gettipg evidence. The consta ble had no right to enter into 'conversation with a prisoner for the pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

QUEAINBEYAN AGEsh GENERAL - iNTINGOFFIOB \ QUEANBEYAN. BO(K AND JOB PRINTL. I?jal the newest and most approved desl. COIDURED INKS, GOLD. SILVER, BFsONZE, S rc., ZTo. ADDRESS and Business Cards, m:UP'! beadings, ruled faint or otherwise, L.w aun Ban Forms, Cheques, Druggists' and other 2Lbels, Buseess Circulars, Posters and Handbills, .vy si.c· and olour, Pamphlets, Cltib Rules, Society :?i-rts, Caitogues, and every other description of ietter pres Printing, completed expeditiously and fi ret clstestyle. S. Parcels of Printing forwarded to any cartm the olony per post.at a nominal rate. THE QUEANBEYAN AGE, 'Talrculation of this Journal throughout Its boung districts, as well as elsewhere withi +ý.: :::-ror'. ap +i;. meagera Ipccl advantages to advertise! : ' ," t Seical-rsof-24, per snnum, or G- c' e llverehyj pst or orwsrded by dispatch : ' . -i.".-. . annu? and s 4d1 per quarter w *'',.:; · i". T?' an heschbge are calcuIlated upon the b&ijst -of t , 5:( r.-. .': ° epCredit...

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Original Poetry. THE SETTLER'S HOME. A SUMMER LAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 January 1868

THE SETTI.ER'S HOME. A SUMMER LAY. Lo! in the east the russet dawn The brooding vapour slowly lifts. Where Night, to kiss the balmy Morn Stoops, ere with shadowy train she drifts   High o'er the craggy mountain rifts, And sinks with Luna to her rest ; Behind the ridges in the west. Anon a deepening purple tinge Illumes the eastern horizon; And golden rims the dark clouds fringe Looming above the mountains dun   Like the chain--like lightning fixed upon The portals luminous of day, To gild the orient with its ray. High o'er the distant hilltops hoary, With disc of flame bright Sol ascends, A-flooding with all radiant glory - The dusky woods and forest glens Where the white bloomed box bough bends Beneath the dewy morning breeze, Low murmuring 'mong the forest trees. Deep shaded by their drooping fronds, The low, bark-roofed farm house is seen, Near where the rush-marg'd streamlet runs The gumtree-dotted hills between; Its lime-washed walls peeping through th...

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LETTER FROM ONE OF THE ABYSSINIAN CAPTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 January 1868

LETTER FROM ONE OF THE ABYiS SINIAN OCAPTIVES THu following .communication;writteniby Lieutenant Prideaudx, one of- the Abyssinian` ,prisoners, appeared' in the Pall Mall Gazette of October 28 r __Magdalan September 7.- fcw diays ago :messengers again arrived iat- Gaffat. The news they bring from dth? Kniiig's'cami p :isb of the most unsatisfactory inature. Pri=i soneis in'chains though ve:be dour.positio?i seems to lie far i'ore agreeable than that of the. unfortunate Europeans" who are in a state of semi-coiifinement within the royal camp ait Debra Tabor. His Majesty seems now to set no b:ounds ,to his creluelty and ferocity 'When 'I'last wrote: he was oin:aa plundering expedition? against the small is laud of 'Metraha, in the lake Tana. Every inblabitant of that place he consigned to the flaines, with the exceptionioft three Gondar merchants,ioh'o had fled hither. for security; but who= unluckiljr reckoiied . without their host; for they were'pluidered .ofr their pro pertyiaid ar...

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A TERRIBLE AND FATAL AFFRAY [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 January 1868

A TERRIBLE ; iAD FATAL AFFRAY I A corresipoilent of the Auburn Starand Stripes ldtalls aii affrayiihicr lIatcly occur. red in 'Ull]kiih?city, whereby five miien werc killedirouitight iiiandfour' iouniided:'- The quiiiirl 'gtw out- oif piolitical feeling, -long engenderedre between? t'wot itlherise ?cry worthy'famiilies.: : " ::-.:: 'Thel folloviiiig are the na?mes of the killed andii wounded. tKilled : 'ihomras Coates, Wesley Coates He-niry Coates,Albert Coates; anrd Elieha Fiost. " The wounded arc: "AlI bert Coates, junrf:i Abram Coates, James Coates,:: anid Frank. Duncan:" After those men hbd all 'fllen, Miartini aind"Isaac Frost wcnt;to wokle and reloaded thei i'revolvers anrid wivre'going to finish'lcillinr the remain der of the Coate's' relatives'i hom they had not already killed; exhibiting 'moir coolness ineive, niid determination i' their deadly and awful work 'than' is often seedn.:' By the:ini tdiference of pafties rte firther 'wo rkof death, and carnage iwas stopped.' The...

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TWO POLICEMEN SHOT IN DUBLIN Dublin, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 January 1868

TWO. POLICEMEN SHQT rw DTiBLIN Dublin, October '31: Two policemen, sergeant Kelly and coni stable Keniia, Who ?vere on :duty on Wel lingtoin Quay and 'in' Eustac street, have been just shot through the heart:. They were found' stretched bn the pavement mortally wounded. It' is. supposed they were both shot by one man, as. they were on the same boat, and werie found not far from, each other.. Aboutt one o'clock this morning ai most daring attempt to shoot two .policemen was made in Eustace-street. It appears that a small main with a moustache, and carrying a bundle, was challenged by con stable Kenna, whereupon the man dis= charged 'a pistol, aiid wyounided the cois table in the pit of the'stomiich. ihe mahn then proceeded up towards .Dame-stieeot, wherb e hewas challenged by sergeant Kel-. ly, at whomn he also fired and wounded' him also in -the stomacli. T.'The : assailant has not been arrested, and the policemen are pronounced to be moritally wounded.

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 January 1868

Those who were near the st'ntion and saw the accident say that thi engine and, tesder of the luggage train and the lasi two ca riages of- the passenger train:-' lwhen ?the c?ucussion took place; lehped into :-th air,i like' two .furious horses at' war. The deceased was in the list carriage'but one;, nd the guard'-iron in front of, the wheel appeared to have entered his abdomen aid carried "lim. along, .dead His remains will be interred at- 8 o'clock today'.in a vault prepared last evening in the Presby teriau part of the Necropolis, Haslem's Creek. It is stated that the, passengertrain in ques= tion.was not only five. minutes" late,.-but that the luggage train, heavily- laden -with' wool, was a few minutes too soon and' would;' have been at New'town earlier:hitd not thdistatiton= master at Homebush insisted u;pon the 'driver 'delaying five minutes at-,that:station.i!:':=.., It was stated in town last:' night" .that the injuries to Mr Underwood, .of :shfield, had proved fatal,-but th...

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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 January 1868

o tr.' o polndt ce . rj r n nT O T H E E D I T O R . Sin,-In looking over your issue, of.: the 28th.ulti-i mo, I perccive a great mistake lin. the statement purporting to hbe ine, made in the case recently brought against me for grog selling.. Your paper states I said any friend coming to -my, house was welcome to one, two, three, or four, or twenty glasses of grog, if they wanted them, and I expected tho same from them: In reality I said any friend calling ,at my house is. welcome to two or three glasses of grog,' or twenty if I had it, and" I ex' pected the same from them if I visited their house: The deviation though, slight in itself gives a very different aspect to the case. By inserting the above you will greatly oblige yours most respectfully, SROBERT POLLACK. MolbngloJan. 4th, 1868...

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