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YASS COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Before his Honour Judge Francis. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 15 February 1868

YASS COURT OF QUARTERt SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, February 4 Before his Honor Judge Francis. This morning his honor proceeded to pass sentence on the several prisoners convicted during the ses- sions. William Druitt and Isaac Pratten, who had been found guilty of stealing a saddle, the property of Edward Curran, were placed in the dock. His honor said that although they (the prisoners) had been convicted of a single larceny, the evidence showed an offence of a more serious kind, that they had entered upon a system of wholesale plunder. They had made a camp in a wild part of the bush, out of the way of observation, and they had em- ployed something like a bush telegraph to keep them informed of the movements of the police. It was no wonder, therefore that they had so long escaped. The law, however, had now reached them. His honor then proceeded to pass sentence: William Druitt. four years' hard labour on the roads; Isaac Pratten, three years' hard labour on the roads. His honor said he cou...

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THE O'DONOGHUE & FENIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

THE O'DONO'GHUE: & FENIANISM THE expected blow has fallen upon Fcnian` sympathisers. Ata special meeting of'the Privy' Council, held at Dublin Castle'it' was resolved: to prcliibit tlie lioldinig o any furtheri processions. Proclamations were subsequently issued, directed specially to the city of Kilkenny and the town, of Killarney, where demoinstrations were being publicly organised: There can be little doubt that the example of Dublii would have beeni iimitated in different localitic s'if the- impression had been allowed to con tinue that such processions were peiffetly legal. They have been already proposed in Mallow, Fermoy, Queeistown, Youghal, Ennis, Clonniel; Killarney, and in Belfast. Tlhe Goverinment have not interposed a moment too soon to prevent mischief, for in Belfast, at least, it is probable that a sanguinary colission would ensue if such a challenge were offered to the Orange pgarty. In Killarney arrangements were in. progress for a demonstration, which prom...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

TO CORRESPONDENTS. HUMANUM EST ERRARE.-It is scarcely fair whilat you omit one clergyman whose name Is on the same petition to single out another elergyman and two lay preachers for reproof. Your letter shall be inserted if you address it to all who signed the petition.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER OREVJLLSES TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY, Tuesday 'afternoon: THE weather has been all that could. be desired 'to-day. The arrival and departure, of vessels has been resumed as usual. The'barque Chelydra, bound from Mel bourne to Newcastle, has become a total wreck near the latter place. ';The crew, with the exception of one seaman who was drowned, escaped unhurt. The flood at the Hunter is subsiding, and it is believed that the flood at the 'Hawkes bury, where the river has risen about thirty' feet above its usual level, will be no higher. Mr H. Priestly quotes lucerne hay at £4 to £4 lOs; maize'2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d.;. hides, heavy, l0s. to '12s.; tallow; £25 to £28. Insolvents:-.John Pcisley, of Orange,' storekeeper ; and Robert Thomson, o'f Sydney, gentleman. Wednesday. The barque Esmeralda, from Liverpool for Sydney, has been stranded, and the brigantine Kellermont has become a total wreck near Port Stephens. The latter vessel was insured in 'Sydney. No lives w...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. New York, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

LATE TELEGRAMS. (From Greville and Co.'s Files.) New York, December -14. IT is reported that President Johnson has sent a message to the Senate, assigning the following.- reasons for the removal of Mr Stanton::-The lack of proper respect shown by the Secretary, who attempted, in defianed of the President, to retain office under the provisions of the Tenure of Office Bill, which Mr Stanton, with the rest of the Cabinet, had previously denounced as unconstitutional. Furthermore, he says that Mr Stanton was the cause of the New Orleans riots, by withholding from the President the information that the Federal Commander at New Orleans asked for special instructions relative to the antici. pated rot:.- It :is reported that ;President Johnsot funthtie states that Mr Stanton's successdr; 'ba. already: saved the country millions of. dollars, and that the Ca'iuet are now entirely harmonious in reference to the reconstruction policy.. The Herald states ,that Mr Stevens has announced that he wi...

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Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. Before the Police Magistrate and A. Levy, Esq., J.P. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

1sqat and ýistitigt i are. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. Before the Police Magistrate and A. Levy, Esq., J.P. ASSAULT. John Evitta was summoned for unlawfully as saulting and beating John Searles. ,The defendant pleaded not guilty. John Searles, sworn, stated: I am a labourer, living in Queanebyan; last Friday I was working for Mr Gale in his garden: T had cleaned the flower garden and went Into the big garden to clean some strawberries In a short path ; about, five o'clock in the afterisoon defendant came to me and asked me what I was doing there; I told him I was there by Mr Gale's orders; he told me I bad no business there, and ordered me off the ground; I said, I wouldn't without my master's orders, as I was au thorised by Mr Gale to do it ; defendant said, " I'll let you know, and Mr Gale, too ;" my rake lay in the path between us; defendant picked up the rake and threw it over the fence; I attempted to stop it from going over; defendant then caught hold of my ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

(Froim the Aorning Star, December 18.) A copy of this letter (the first published by the Z'hlegrnik) 'was received at the Star, office on Sunday night, and was probably sent to all :the London papers. It was badly writtenion dingy paper, and looked more like the concoction .of sonic dull practical joker than a genuine production. Of late, documents of this kind are very commonly, received in London newspaper offices. .The foJlowiug for example, was dropped into our letter-box last night: "At a meeting of the Brotherhood it was resolved unanimously that notice be given to the London press that the recent attempt to liberate the prisoners at Clerk enwell prison was attempted without their knowledge or sanction in any way whatso ever; and that they cannot express. how severely they condemn using such diabolical means to further their purpose. " London, December 17." A contemporary also published yesterday some specimens of threatening letters re ceived. These, too, are showered pretty ...

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THR POPE AMD THE ENGLISH CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

THR ']OPE AMD THE ENGLISH CATHOLICS. TUE Roman Catholics of London assembled in, great numbers on Wednesday, December 4, at. a .public meeting in St.James's hill, for the purpose of expressing sympathy with the Pope in ; his present 'rying circumstances. Amogt. those present were Archbishop Manining, Bishop Grant, Lord Denbigh, Lord Aruiidell, Sir G. Bower, Sir C. C Clifford, and otheriinembers of the `Catholic aristocracy, together with a great number of ecclesiastics. Dr. Manning, who presided, in addressing the assembly, said that they were met to condemn the efforts ofithe revolutionists at Rome as an outrage and sacrilege both against the Pope and the Catholics of England. The present meeting had been demanded by the voices of about 11,000 people, and it was just that the whole Catholic world should make itself heard upon the siubject. TThe King of Prussia, when consulted upon the miater, had declared that the Roman question ought to be settled isina manner satisfactory: to the...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Dyoft.we. Doy at Moon Days of tse wee Mot. un riser Sun sets Ago. SATUaDAY ... ... Feb'. 22 -5 46 6 42 28 SUNDAY . 23 5 47 6 841 29 MONDAY ... .. 2 5 4 640 8 o WEUNESDAY.. ... ... 28 .56 4 6 37 2 HIUISDAY.... .. . Si ±. L 6 a 88 . con9' PRA103. - New moon on Monday, the 24th, at Oh. 25u. a.m.

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

COMMERCIAL REPORT. " AcG" Office, Friday evening. The following may be taken as' the current prices of the present week: Flour, per ton... fine £17 0 ..0 seconds £16 0 0 Wheat, per bushel,. 0 4 6 to 0 4 9 Bran, per bushel.,.... 0 1 8 ,, 0 '0 0 Oats ..................... of <2 6 ,- 0 8 0 B3arley .................. 0 2 '6 ,, 0 00 ,Maize ............... . 08 0 ,, 0 8 8 Hay, per ton n.. .. 2 10 0 ,, 8 0 9 Potatoos,percwt,new. 0 10 0 ,, 0 10 6 Butter, per lb. 0..... 0 0 _8 ,, 0 1 0 Bacon,perlb.......... 0 0.6 0 0 0 Cheese,perlb..(none) 0. 0 0_ 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ...... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0

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THE ALLEGED FENIAN COLONEL BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

THE ALLEGEl PENIAN COLONEr BURKE. Two prisoners giviig the names of George Berry and Joseph' Theobald Casey but the' former 'of whom is alleged to be Richard` Buirke, a colonel' in the so-called Fenian army, were brought tup on remiand at Bo'w striet police-court, on Saturday;, November' 30, the former chaiged with trenson-felony, and both with assaulting the police in- the execution of their duty. Dr Kenealy"was counsel for the prisoners, Air Poland for the prosecution. .Massey. the approver, and' others, havinig given evidence against the prisoners on': the first day, the examination was resumed on. Dlcccinber 14, before Sir Thomas Henry. Mir Giffard, Q.C., and Mr Poland; in structed by the solicitors for the Treasury, appeared as heretofore to prosecute, and Dr Kenealy; who had on previous occasions de funded, was gaian in attendance, but upon the prisocirs 1Richaid Burlie aind fose'ph Theobald Casey biung placed at lthe'bat, K *DI:r 'Knaly iose and said Sit, befoie tliis cdse is...

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DUKE ERNST OF SAXE-COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

DUKE ERNST OF SAM COBURG. From the Empire. TuE following letter from the celebrated American author, Bayard Taylor, giving an account of his visit to Duke Ernst of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, will be read with interest. Our Royal vifsior, Prince Alfred, Is heir presumptive to Duke Ernst his uncle, and will in all human probability be his successor. Prince Alfred Is said to bear a much stronger resemblance to Duke Ernst, in character as well as in person, than to his father, Prince Albert: Friedrichroda, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, August, 1867. It is not more than five minutes' walk from my summer quarters here to the boundaries of the ducal domain of Reinhardlabruno, the beautiful grounds of which are among the principal attrcctions of this part of the Thuringiau Forest. At present the reigning Duke, Ernst II. of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, occupies the castle, spending most of his time bunt ing in the newly-acquired Scbmalkalder Forest, which Prussia last year transferred from the Electo rate of Hesse to th...

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LATE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

LATE INTELLIGENCE. (From Oreville and Co.'s Correspondents.) The once famous war-ram Stonewall is at Monteviedo under orders for Japan, but I find that her commander, finding her peculiar unmauagability, if I may coin a word to suit the purpose, has abandoned the idea of taking her to Japan as im practicable. A tremendous explosion of gunpowder, in comparison with which the fatal explo sions at Faversham, Dartford, and Houns low fade into insignificance, as to the losa of life involved, occurred in December last at Hankow. A powder factory, known by the Chinese name signifying "Rest secur.. ing depot" blew up, which was succeeded by the explosion of the depot, the name of which translated is "Eternal rebt store," in which about 100 tons of powder was de posited. The loss of life is estimated by the Chinese at 800 souls, but allowing a considerable amount by way of discount for exaggeration and excitement, the loss of life must have been something fearful. The town of. Hankow was pro...

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FENIANISM. ATTEMPT TO RESCUE COLONEL BURKE FROM CLERKENWELL PRISON. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

FENIANISM. ATTEMPT TO RESCUE COLONEL BURKE FROM CLERKENWELL PRISON. - GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. ON Friday afternoon; December 13, about 4-o'clockl London was startled by the re= port of -a terrific oeplosion in the neigh bourhood of Clerkenwell. At once alarm ing accounts.were put in ,circulation; but nothing that was !lleged proved :half so had: as the reality. An attempt was made to blow up a.portion of- the .House of Detention, at Clerkenwell, with a view to compass the rescue of that Fenian leader who has been for the last six weeks iunder remand from Bow-street, and who is known as " Colonel" Burke. The at jteipt did not succeed in its object, but it' spread :death and destruction through a populous neighbourhood. Four persons have certainly been killed, and some, 50' others more or less injured,.many of them so seriously that the worst consequences are anticipated. The story'is simiple and awful. On the same morning the police au thorities received inform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

HOLLOwAY's PsL.s.-Advice to Females.-After indefatigable perseverance and long-continued scien tific research, this excellent remedy was discovered and brought to perfection. From no invention his the other sex derived greater benefits; health and ease are the chiefest blessings, and these are secured to them by these noble medicaments, which are available at a'l ages. They remove all impurities from the system, by correcting and purifying the blood, and their curative powers display themselves with equal certainty, safety, and facility upon the young, the middle-aged, and the old, in every conn try, while their cheapness places them within the reach of all. -NEW BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, Corner of Crawford& Monaro Streets (Opposite Byrne's Hotel) Queanbeyan. W. IH-OLLITT rte:- B EGS to annofunce that he. will open as above ON WEDNESDAY NEXT February 26th. The establishment will be found well supplied with oue of the best selected stocks of Boots and Shoes ever seen in th...

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FENIAN LETTER-WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

FENIAN LETTER-W IUTING. (From ithe Daily i7 tegrapl pernem'. r 17.) WE give the following coinmnunications; word foi':word, as we have received ,themi. The threatening letters are only two out of a number which 'have recently been 'trans niittcd to us 6 THE OUTRAGE IN CLERKENWELL.- -A DISOLAIMER;' TO TE tEI.ITOR ON TIIE lAILY.TELEORADII. Sir,-The opinion having:: been circu lated through. the entire public press of Saturday, that the body known as the Fenians are to be held responsible for the murderous atrocity committed on Friday at the House of Detention, we beg leave to' inform you as follows :-lst. That we, the London committee, on behalf of the thousands of Irish Republican Brothers resident here, whom we represent, em phatically disclaim any connection, direct or indirect, with that outrage; or as being. accessory to it in any "way before, during,. or after its commission. 2nd. That we. pledge ourselves to do. our utmost to dis cover the perpetrators, and that, having discove...

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The Age. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY22nd, 1808. IT is at all times the bounden duty of the press to endeavour as far as possible to guide those whose doubts, and sometimes want of -reason, have led them into ex 'travagance of action or political warfare, which may tend to their discomfiture, or worse-lay them open to the power of 'the laws they live under and are sup ported by. It is with, much regret we read of anoutrageous act of lawlessness lately done in England, viz., the blowing up with gunpowder one of the gaols for felons (Clerkenwell House;of Detention), the particulars of which convince us that there cannot exist a doubt that the so called Fenian movement is causing im mense ailarm throughout England and Ireland; so much so that it is deemed necessary that a large military force should be kept under arms to suppress any outbreak of these misguided bands. The whole of the press in Europe are using strenuous exertions to dissuade the most determined against acts of violence, and they are aide...

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INSOLVENT ESTATE OF JOHN HIGMAN, OF YASS, MILLER. Abridged from the Yass Courier, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

INSOLVENT ESTATE OF JOHN HIGMAN, OF YASS, MILLER. Abridged from the 1sas Courier, A TiIrRD meeting in the estate of John Hig man, of Yass, miller, was held on Friday, Fe bruary.14, before the Chief Commissioner, at the Insolvent Court, Sydney, for the proof of debts. Several -claims were allowed unop posed. Upon the presentation 'of a cl-im by Mathew Grieves for £3000, a'lengthy exami nation of insolvent and his book-keeper took place. Mr Salomons, barrister, watched the case for the official assignee, Mr Humphreys; `Mr Davis, barrister, appeared for the creditor whose. claim was disputed. t John Higman, examined by, Mr Salomons, deposed : I am the insolvent mentioned in the affidavits produced I have been examined at Yass three times before the district co nmnis sioner; Mathew Grieves is my wife's brother; 'I knew Margery Grieves, about seven years ago; I Lave had one child by her, born last t March; I was married to her in October, 1867; she had been a servant of my wife's for fou...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. Before the Police Magistrate and A. Levy, Esq. J P LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

WEDNERDAY, FEBRUARY 19. . Before the Police Magistrate and A. Levy, Esq.,tJ P LAROENY." A man named Simpson, a cook:In 'the employ of Mr Wright, was brought up charged with stealing a razor,ttowel, &o., from his employer. 'The razor was identified, and the accused convicted of the of fence. 9Electing to be summarily dealt with, he was seat to'gaol for one month. COURT' or GENERAL SESSloNs.-The Queanbeyan court of general sessions opens on 'Monday next at 10 'a.m. His Honor Judge Simpson will preside, and Mr Templeton will prosecute for the Crown. The calendar comprises three cases, viz.:-James M'Fadden, horse-stealing at Queanbeyan; Archi bald Kennedy, killing a sheep with intent to steal, at Bungendore; Patrick M'Donald, forgery and ut. tering at Molonglo. . DIsTRIcT CoUaRT.-In the cause list for the ensu ing district court,-published in our last issue, in the case of Moran.v. Land, for plaintiff . read Mr Gan non, Instead of Mr Parr; for Cunneen v. Glynn, read Cummins v. G...

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THE MARKETS. [Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as between one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the best sources available—generally from the local papers; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 22 February 1868

THE MARKETS. [fUnleus otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer, nd the first purchaser;' not as. btweia'n one dealer and another, niuch csi the -" retail prices.' The rates quoted a gathered fr.Jn the best sources available-generall frogs the local papers; but it -ituet-be understood thtd this journal is -not ansaerable for their correctness.J BERRIMA. Flour, £22 per ton; seconds, £20 per ton Bran, Is 8d per liushel Wheat, scarce, not -quoted Oats, Is. per bushel Barley, scarce, not quoted Maize, 4s:Gd per beshel Hay; £4 to-£4 35 per ton Potatoes,.12s per owt, . Butter, 10d per lb. Bacon, ;7d to 8d per lb. Cheese, 5d to Gd per lb, Eggs; 1s per dozen Fat Cattle, £8 to £3 10s per head 'Sheep, 8s to Os per head Pigs, 4d per lb. - lleef, fresh, retail 8d per lb. 1liitton, retail; 2d to 21d per lb, BRAIDWOOD; Flour, fine, £17 per ton; secjnds, £15 Wheat,-5s per bushel. Bread, 4d to 5d the 2-lb. loaf Bran, is 3d per bushel " - M...

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