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THE BUCKHURST HILL TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE BUCKIIURST HILL TRAGEDY. On Saturday, January 18, the rregistrai: of the Chelmsford County .;Court held' a< sittingfor the 7examination of-bankrupts, at' the Essx' .County' gol:"' :Aiimongst the debtors who presented themselvc6s for .dis.. charge, :was Matilda ,Griggs, wlho'II ws so' ,nearly murderedd by her sweetheeart,Fred: Alexander Watkins, at. Buckhiirst Hill, a few.nmonths: ago.; ;She is;only seventeen' 'years'of age, yet fourteen, months :ago gave birth to a child, of which ,Watkins:.was 'the father. Several months aftctrthe child was born Watkins was :walking witli Griggs in a grass. field, :when: in a suddeh ftit .of jealousy' he :stabbed her with a dagger thirteen times in different parts of her body., The dagger was. left sticking in ithe last wound. - If it had been withdrawn 'her life must have been saciificed. F'aint from loss of blood, she found :heirself unable: to. get out of the field; and was everywhere followed by two calves. ?-:' When, at-length, ...

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DR. LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

* DR. LIVINGSTON?E. .'We nay fairly allow ourselves' the satis faction of believing that Dr. Livingstone is still alive. The expedition sent out to ascertain -whether the the' tale ='of the. Johana men was true, 'has returned, and: reports that the tale was false.- :lThese men, cowards and liars,' abandoned Dr. :Living: ,stone because they were : afraid to :go into the districts hedcesigned to, reach, and they, not only:invented a-false.story of his mur-: de?;, but a:false- geography to :sunpport the fiction'. '. The news that lhe hadbeen seen exactly where he : meant, to be is an addi tional, reassurance," and though a:. man carries: his life in his 'hand: in those regions, we may:continue to believe in Livingstone's good fortune.: He was to: get upon the Nile, and so make his way northwaid. Dr. :Livingstone is safe; at least he: was not killed when and where the Johana men said. he was. Mr. Young and his colleagues of the search expedition arrived at Plymouth on'January :19 :in th...

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Correspondence TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

( o011r-#s io ndl Q e TO TE EDIITOt. SIR,- In your loeader of the 14th instant there ,is a subject discussed, which possibly you will allow me to saysa few words upon. -I admit that Legislative dehlys are so tedious, they anliays have been so and always will, as -fr, as I can sce-ebut as you say " one great matter for consideration 1is, that we re quire more wealth iniclrculation." T'rue' very.true, granted; but how to furnish it is the question. Most assuredly not by the total abolition of the re sidentairy clause of the Latid Act; -that appeairs so novcela plan, that it startles me into wonder how It ouild for once be advocated by those who take a common sense view of the matter, for know ye, whom it may concern, that a man with one hundred pounds in his pocket will always trample under foot a man with but one in his, if the Legislative enactments of a conuitry give him the power to do, it. The squat tors have had it pretty well their'ovn way, and cn deavoured by every means in th...

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THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

STHE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION. We have not much definite news of the -Abyssinian expedition, but all seems to go "reasonably well, though there was more than the average of blundering on certain impor. tanut points, and much discomfort and loss of 'transport has been'caused to the army, and much increase of expense will have to be met by the taxpayer. But the, expedi tion is being carried on gallantly against the only enemies that we have yet found, the bad roads and the thievish natives, and Sir Robert Napier hah joined his forces.' We hear nothing of Theodore, save that it is reported that he is still cut off from the: captives, and is said to be in. a' dangerous position. We do not indulge ourselves :in the belief that there will be an early end to our; occupation, a.nd the ýIFrench do; not scruple toitell us that we.do! not mean 'to come out'of Abyssinia at all; or at least that wve mean to keep possession of sonime:outly ing posts, in order to protect ourselves against the possibi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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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.] BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE MARKETS. [ Unless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the first purchaser; not as betwe'n one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rat's quoted are gathered from the beat sources available-generallyfrom the local papers ; but it must be understood that this journal is not answerable for their correctness.J BERRIMA. Flour, £22 per ton; seconds, £20 per ton Bran, Is 8d per bushel Wheat, scarce, not quoted Oats, 4s. per bushel Barley, scarce, not quoted Maize, 4s 6d per bushel Hay, £4 to £4 5a per ton Potatoes, 12s per cwt. Butter, 10d per lb. Bacon, 7d to 8d per lb. Cheese, 5d to 6d per lb. Eggs, Is per dozen Fat Cattle, £3 to £3 10s per head Sheep, 8s to Os per head Pigs, 4d per lb. Beef, fresh, retail, 3d per lb. Mutton, retail, 2d to 24d per lb, BRAIDWOOD. Flour, fine,:£19 per ton; seconds, £18 Wheat, 6s to Gs 3d per bushel Bread, 4d to 5d the 2-lb. loaf Bran, is 8d per bushel Maize, 4s to 4s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

PHOTOGRAPHY ! 1\Mr. C. LEIIINTG'E3R1 inhabitants of Quann heyan and surrounding district that he will.open his 'Photographic Studio on MONI).Y, the 80th day of MIAICllewhen he will be pre •pared to take; . PHO-OGRAPHS in tie lIesl tlyle of the art. Particulatrs will be given in ~- lf'uture ndvertisement.

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE DEPATURE OF MAILS FOR [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

QUZANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLX Z ARRIVAL OF MAILS FROM I_ DEPARTURE OF MAILS FOR p Posy owus. Sun. Mon. Tuee. Wed. Thre. Fri. Sat. POST TOWNS. Sun. Mon Tues. Wed. Thrs. Fri. Sat. Sydney, via P.Y. ... Ix. ... P.x. Sydney, via A.. A .. A .M. Goulbrn..... . .. ... '60 6 60 6 0 Bungendore.. 4-0 ... 4.0 .. 4.0 Bungendore.. Go-lburu:: Sydney, vias Sydney, :via] . P.Y. Gundaroo .... P. - Canberra... 10P P.30 ininderra.. 0 10 30 Gininder ra ..... 1030... .... 100 Canberra..... J Gundaroo .... J Coma ........ A.. A.M. . Mica1ago .... P.M. P: . P.M. Banyan .... 830... 3.30 3.0 Bunyan... ... .. 680 0 6*30 6.30 Micalago .... Cooma..... ... Lanyon ...... ...30 ... P.M. 6?80 P.Y. /Layon....... .65.30 A M." 5:3; P.M. Braidwood...... .......... 680 ...... ...80 Braidwood..... . 930 ... 9.30 Southern road, P.M. P.M. Southern road, P.x. P.Y. viaYas.......10.80 ... 10 30 via Yas........... . ..100 .. 1080

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THE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE FENIANS . . :I 'e have passed.from the old year to-the new without any remarkable domestic inci dent tomnark: the period. In our. last sum mary we detailed the detestable Fenian out rage at the Clerkenwell prison. -Its me lancholy account is now made up, and we have seven murders, and mutilation or other iujury to forty persons, to charge against Fenianism. But if there can be atonenient foi such crimes; it has been made, or rather lit: us say wvith Lord Stanley, that good has ,come out of evil: Fenianism is branided as with a' aid hot'iron, and'to be a: Fenian is to be a miscreant against vwhom all hands are raised:. 'Thei loyalty of the lation has roused itself passionately against treason, the conspiriacy is denounced from altar and from platfotrmn, aind thousands oin thousands have hlstened to take the oath of allegiance iin?ider to be entitled to take the bliidgeon ,that.is wiielded` in the cause of order. The vigilance of the police has' been' ?'doubled,. and a' long serie...

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THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE COURT. .Her.. Majesty, remains ,at ... Osborne 'in comparative retirement. A few days ago Mr"Edward\; Thorntont; C.B,, had an audience' -of the. Qucen.on his appointi;ent'as Minis ter to the United. States;. to, which he was introduced by Lord Stanley. The:Piince of WTales, attended by Mlajor Teesdal; and accompanied by the Duke of Sutheiiand, 'Viscdunt Hamilton, and the Rev Hiope Grant, went'to St 'Bartholomew's Hospital, on January' 6i and visited ,the` sufferers from the explosion at Clerkenwiill. The Prince afterwards went to the Hou'se of Detention and thence proceeded rto view the,xuins.of the houses, destroyed by the explosioni MMr Theodore Maitin met with an acci ,dent on' Satuiday,; January 11, .at Osborne, severely spraining his aikle and otherwise injuring himself. The Queen immediately telegraphed for Mrs Martin (Miss- Helen Faucit), who is now a: guest at" the troyal miiarine residence. On January 15 the` Bishopi of Lichfield: was introduced to the presence of the Q...

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MUNDAY, THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

MUNDAY, THE 3MURDERER. Tris notorious criminal now stands committed for trial at the next Goulburn Assizes, to be held on the 5th April, on five distinct charges 'of murder. In addition to the report to be found on our fourth page, the Yass Courier has the following.:- ....... . .- .. -".. This fiend in human shape is still an inmate of the Yass gaol, but it is expected that he will be remnoved to Goulburn in' a fevw days. Dr.* Campbell ivisited 'the :gaol on 'Saturday, last for the purpose of endeavouring to ascer tain the mental state of the prisoner, and we understand that the impression on the doctor's mind is that Munday is "1 non compos mentis." The filthy state in which his head and beard were at the time of his arrest-has been partially changed by a copious application of soap and water, and the use of a comb and brush. The gaol regulations do not permit the compulsory shaving and cropping of pri soners for trial, otherwise it would have been easy enough to get rid of the ve...

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THE QUEEN'S SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE QUEEN'S SAFETY.ega On Friday night,: December 27, telegra. phic orders were received at Woolwich'from, the Horse Guards, the Board of' Admiralty, and the Commissioners bf Police, 'instiuct ing the officials and heads- of. departments. there to be prepared in strong'force"to repel an:attempt which they had .received infor mation was intended to be made during the night on the military store houses at Woolo wich and theTower. A strong detachment, of theuRoyal Marine Light Infantry, con sisting of Lieutenant-Colonel M1i'Arthur, Captains Connolly, Despard,' Cairncross, and Collins, Lieutenauts Birch, Jervois, Le Breton, and IHeathcote, Dr. Fisher,:aiid 200 ,rank and file, were marched. down to the: Rcyal Arsenal, and took up the night duty, being distributed in sub-divisions along the river front and the various positions assaila ble from without. The Thames 'police, armed with Colt's revolvers, and the Fis-. gard's arid other ship's •boats mustered in large numbers, to assist in pr...

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European Intelligence. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

Fromn tkHalouNr ws.. THE- DUKE OF ED INBURGH.: Before touching upoi -our own affairs;. it. is onlyproper that reference should be made, to those of :the readers for whoimthese lines :nre.writtcn.-, Such;refercuee shall be brief. rWe should find it difficult to give,: ad- ide quate ideanof the pleasure which has been afforded to the -nation at, home =by the loyal : and splendid reception ?of :ithe ,Dukel: of Edinburgh ;by the Australian colonies. . We have as yet only a portioanof the accounts, but we have -more than enough to assure us that every thought and care was .laid:' aside: for. the sake :of: according to the young .sailor.prince a united and enthusiastic wel come, and of thus paying to ourtSovereign the highest compliment in the most -grace ful way.: Her, Majesty's felings ?on! the subject will, of course, be signified in a manner which will be gratifying to Austra lia;. but it is right that our fellow-subjects. in the colonies should also be' assured 'that. the British nat...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCiE. [(PR OREVILLE'? TELEGRAM COMIPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 p.m. Hrs Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh i was well enough to visit the Galatea to-day. He looked pale and careworn. "Mr. Aspinall, the Melbourne barrister, who has been retained to defend O'Farrell, is ex pected here to-night. I.t is believed, that a' postpouneient of the trial will lie. applied for, and that it will be contended O'Fairell is insano. - A main has been arrested who was lately heard to declare he would finish the Prince when he had a chance. It is reported that the policemen dismissed are Sergeant Steele and Messrs McGlone and Lyons. 'he'result of the inquiiy into the ;Customs Department is not yet known, but it. is ru moured that one officer will in all probability be dismissed for using highly disrespectful language of the Prince and His .Excellency the Governor. - The Government appear to be determined ,to remove from tlie'.Civil Service all officers who avow Fenianisna. " Mr. ''T. ...

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Government House, Sydney, 19th March, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

Government .House, Sydney, 19th March, 1868. I have received with sincere gratification, these numerous addresses, and desire to. return my warm thanks for the expression. of sympathy which they contain. The cowardly act of one individual has not, in any degree, shaken my confidence. in the loyalty of the people of this 'colony towards the Throne and person of Her Majesty, or in their affection for myself;: afid I shall gladly convey to the Queen the universal expression of horror and indigna tion which the attempt to assassinate mg has called forth from Her Majesty's faithful. subjects in Australia. ALFRED. Printed and published by John Gale, sole pro prietof, at his office, Rutledge-street, Quean beyan,' in the colony of New South WRal.,. Saturday, March 28, 1868. • ,

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REPLY OF H.R.H. PRINCE ALFRED TO ADDRESSES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 19th March, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

REPLY OF H.R.H. PRINCE. ALFRED TO ADDRESSES.. (From the Oovernunut Garete Extraordinary.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 19th March, 1868.. Hrs Excellency the Governor directs it to. be notified for general information, that. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edin-' burgh has received numerous addressese; from different parts of the colony, to which he has been graciously pleased to make the following reply. HENRY PARKES..

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Local and District News. POLICE COURT. BREACH OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

ogatd arid iisihitit g etus. POLICE COURT. BREACH OF TILE PEACE. Michael Grady was charged last Monday wiilth using language calculated to provoke to a breach of the peace, and being convicted, was nued 10/ and 0/6 coots. _ - ... ' TUESDAY, M'AICI! 24. Before the Police Magistrate and I-I; Hall, Esq. BREACHES OF THE DISEASES IN SHIEEP ACT. T. Tlnsley appeared on summons to answer the complaint of Mr T. Turner, sheep inspector, for neglecting to make a return to the Clerk of Petty Sessions under the 78th section of the Diseases in Sheep Act. The information, which was laid in error, was withdrawn. In this and the the following cases the prosecution was conducted by Mr. Parr. John Crinigan was charged with the same offence. The information was withdrawn, on detendant con senting to pay the inspector's expenses, 10/. Thomas Hincksman was next complained of by Mr. Turner, for neglecting to register his premises as a butcher. Fined 1/, and £214/6 costs. John Cartwright was summoned to an...

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THE NEW TREASON FELONY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE NEW TREASON FELONY ACT. THE following is a copy of the "Bill for the better suppressiob and punishment of seditious practices and attempts," as it passed through all its stages in both Houses of Parliament on Thursday night, the 19th instant: A BILL for the better security of the Crown and Government of the United King dom and fortthe better suppression and pun ishment of seditious practices and attempts. -Preamble.-11 Vic. No. 12 recited. Whereas an Act was passed by. the Parlia ment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the eleventh year of the reign of her Majesty intituled "An Act for the better security of the Crown and Go vernment of the United Kingdom" and whereas it is expedient to enact in this colony certain of the clauses contained in the said Act and to make additional provision for the suppression- and punishment of seditious practices and attempts ;-Be it therefore en acted by the Queen's, most excellent Majesty by.and w:th the advice and consent of...

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THE QUEEN'S BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

THE QUEEN'S I.BOOK. Herl Majesty has published another book, the diary-of her early visits ,toi the High lands.. -It has been edited for:the Queen by 'Mr. Arthur Helps, .the author of ", Friends in= Council," one. of the .,most thoughtful works we :have. The Sovereign's volume is very natural and simple, and it reveals an extreme..of. happiness with her husband, sadly dontrasting with. her present desola tion.. The nation has received the book in the spirit in which it has been offered to us, and as a touching proof of the Queen's desire to be thoroughly understood by us all. Another royal record is being pre pared; by~ Mlr. Theodore Martin, the poet and ,translator (husband of Miss Helen. Faucit),; and .this, .we believe,. will complete theiseries .The Queen shewed the courage of flher cfamily ,when the Fenian outi'age made everyone moere anxious for than she w'as forherself, and in answer to some ot' fered_.guardianiship, she said she was in no way alar,&ed, and had, assen...

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AUSTRALIAN PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

SAUSTRALIAN :-,PROSPECTSO: . The Australian 'colonies, liappily, are ex empt from r these: special troubles of older countries. .. Theiri political life is so active aud:invogorating, :that they "possess: in that conidition. alone a security against the ag gressiveness of ambition. The advantage of this position is, that. the. like vigour .is applied-to industiy and' to commerce, and thus bonds are :created which lessen the distance from ourselves. We shallnot take the iless :wool from Australia because the price of it ? happens to have fallen, and. Europeis :ill at:ease. -WVe shall take all the ,more, ':and: consumen.it, too;:,from the mo ment- the strike .of capital, .imposed upon us by the tsuperfluous airmaments of the. Continent, is -raised: ;. In: the past: ycarour general trade with :Aistralid e has fallen off, in quantity; but hardly in profit; but it is Certain thiat Anistraliariýcredit is'iigh iin the London mai'ket.: There are European powers who could not raise:a shillin...

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The Age. SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 28 March 1868

SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, s838. TUE criminality of the age is a .subject that often causes -a most serious reflec tion ; and, ithough we read of very grave and diabolical' oflenices being committed in. countries wlhere millions of human beings aire congregated, that circumstance does •not cause very 'extraordinay .sur prise; but in countries of a more scattered population it is a source of much astonish im en tto find' the' rapid strides; of 'direct criminality and outrage. We' need but refer to the 'criminal statistics of New South Wales to illustrate ithe subject of our remarks. The.. past few years have been of almost uniinterrupted danger from the attacks of lavwles'inen, whereby both life anid properly were endatigered, and in - many instances both were sacrificed al most at will. Persons were found ready to harbour the perpetrators, and counte inaiico the' acts of criminality and outrage committed by others, and thereby became parliceps criminis. A false sympathy with crime led to...

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