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THE PEAK DOWNS ESCORT MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

THE PEAK DOWNS ESCORT MURDERS. THE following is from the Rockhamplton Bulletin of March 17th, the latest: at pre sent to hand: ROCKHrAMPTON CIRCUIT COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS, MARRCN 16.. (Refore Mr Justice Lutwyche and a com-: mnon jury.) MURtDER. Thomas John Griffin was indicted for that he did, on the 6th November, 1867, at the. iMackenzie River,. feloniously, wilfully, and of his malice aforethought,. kill,and murder Patrick Cahill and John Power. Prisoner in reply to the Clerk of Arraigns as to how he pleaded, said in an emphatic tone ," Not guilty." The hon. the Attorney-General stated that he was assisted in the prosecution by Mr Lilley, Q.C. Mr M'Devitt, Mr Healey,. Mr Griffiths, instructed by Mr Milford and Mlr H. R. Jones, appeared for prisoner. Mr M'Devitt, addressing his Honor, said that on Saturday evening he and his learned friends, Messrs Healy and Griffiths, had undertaken to defend the prisoner, and that consequently they had not had time or op portunity to peruse the...

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

Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. OR a period of thirty years, in every country and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have established for them selves a lasting renown, such as no medicine ever enjoyed before: and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appreciated than by Settlers, Diggers, and Emigrants in the Australian Colonies. Weakness and Debility. How many persons suffer from debility without knowing the causes why they are feeble ! In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills have long been famed for regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; they are therefo:e confidently recommended as a never-failing remedy in all ca?se where the constitu tion, from any cause, has become impaired or weakened. Diseases of the Head and Heart. These formidable diseases are, unfortunately, of frequent occurrence; for the most part they creep on gradually, but may be prevented by proper precau tions. Holloway's...

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.] "AGE" Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

THE MARKETS. LUnless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this: article are those in transactions between the producer. and. thle iirt purchaser; not as ibotoe'n one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the beat: sources "available generally from the local papers ; but it must be understood that this journal is. not assuwerable for their correctness. ": Aaa" Office, Friday evening. The following may. be taken as the current.prices of the present week: Flour, per ten... ine £18 -0 0 seconds £17? 0 0 Wheat, per-bushel. 0, 5 6 -to :".0 .5 9 Bran,.per bushel...... .1 0 ,, 0 0 Oats..................... O 2 6 ,, 0. 8 .·0 Barley .................. O0 2 6 ,,.. 0- 0 0 Maize ............. 0 8 0 ,, 0 88 Hay,iperton .......... 210 0 ,, 8 0 0 Potatoes,perowt,new 0 6 0" ,, 0-6 6 Butter, per lb ...... 0 0 8 ,, 00 0 Bacon, porlb..0........ 0 0 6 ,, 0 0 0 Cheese,per lb. (none) 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Eggs, perdozen...... O 1 0 , ,, 0 0 0 .. BERRIMA. Flour, ...

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE ARRWVAL OF MhLIS FROM - DEPARTUROP.MAUS FOR POST TORNs. Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. T . Fri. Set. rosT TOWns. San. Mon Tues. Wed. Thrs. Fri. Sat. Sydnay, vi 9x . P.Y . ... rP. Sydney, via . A.. . A.Y. Goulburn.. ... ... 6 0 6 0 6 0 Bungendore. 4 0 .. I40 ...... . 40 Bunendiure:. Goulbufn.... Sydney, via Sydney,'. vial PM. P.M. {]undsroo.:....: ' 10-3. 10 Canberra | Gininderra.;. Gini ra 100... ...1030 Canberra..... j Gandaroo .. J Cooma ......1 A.x. A..A AM Micalago M P.M P.M. Bunyan ...:.. 30 ... 3330 8 ... .. *30 Bunyan ... ... r60 ... 630 6... 63 Micalago . Cooma......... P.M P.M. .M A* Lanyon.... ... 0 . P.. 580 P.M. Lanyon.... 5.30 AM. 5 80 A. Braidwood .... . . 50 ...... 30 Braidwood . 9 90 ....9P80 Southern road P.. P. Southern road, .x P.M. viaYas...... 10.80 10.80 via Yass. 100........ 10 80

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

° Our Subscribers at Duntroon,, Can berra, Gininderra, and Gundaroo,. are respectfully informed that their copies of the AGE are now forwarded' per coach on Saturday evenings; instead of per private runner as heretofore. JOHT GALE..

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

TUESDAY. The public interest had- apparently' in creased in volume as the trial proceeded, a much. larger crowd '.of persons " being present. The prisoner was placed in the dock about tiro- minutes before. 10,. and. sat gazing earnestly at the judgment seat un til his Honor took his seat at 10 precisely At five minutes past 10 the Attorney arrived, and called further witnesses in proof of prisoner's sanity. STheAttorney-General informed-his Honor that this':'onicluded the case iii reply. The leanned 'advocates, for'. the, prisoner retired for a brief :consultation.. Lieutenant Hiaig: R.N., and the Right Hon?iEliot. Yorke; Lord Bertram Gordon; M.r O.W .UBrierly Lord Newry, and other gentlemen` were at this: time present .and ~seatedneai his Honor. At 11 o'clock, * - Mr Aspinall stated that himself and Mr Dalley. were lere to defend the prisoner, and had to defend hiniin. a way that would not be offensive to any-loyal mann 'It was not Stlieiraplace to justify"the crime. They:had itter...

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TRIAL OF H. S. O'FARRELL FOR THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE PRINCE. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

TRIIAL OF .II. S. O'FARRELL FOR STHIE ATTE1MPTED ASSASSINA TION OF THE PRINCE. Fro,: the Lmj;lre, AdMlrch hi. CENTRAL CaR131N.AL CovRT.--Thursdlay. -YESTERDAY the special sittings of the Cen tral Criminal Court, appointed for the trial of Henry James O'Farrcll, charged with the attempted Inurder of his Royal High ness the Duke of Edinburgh, were -com taencr~. As early as 9 o'clock a great crowd assembled in the enclosure fronting the Court house. Owing to the excellent arrangements made, however, there was -little confusion. Those who had obtained tickets were admitted by the side entry, the general public having to wait until the doors opened. This it did patiently, contrary to general expectation ; for the desire to be present during the trial was very natural on the part of those who had assembled. At 10 o'clock precisely, his Honor Judge Clieeke before whom, and a special jury, the prisoner will be tried, entered the Court, and, took his seat, Lord Newry and the Hlon. Elliot Yor...

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

PHOTOGRAPHY ! *Mr. 0. LEEII3IN G-EIR ? -EGS to inform the inhabitants of Quean beyan and surrounding district that he prepared to take of superior quality, on reason Aable terms. Hours for sitting, from,9 to 4 daily. A) Rooms at Mr Wmin. S.-.? -- Hunt'r, near the Bridge.. 'C.iL.'s stay being limited. an early application is necessary. S . £5 Reward. STOLEN OR STRAYElD . ROM Queantbeyan, on ~ie .lth day of 1' March, 1868, : BLACK HORSE, JO over 2' near shoulder, switch tail,.7lhands high.g Five pounds reward willi be paid? -if stolen, on conviction of the thief; or one pou:d, fi streayed, on delivery to JoHN OIHAnA, Crcekburra, or to, the undersigned;........... ... Sndersined. ' LUKE CULVERWELL. SQueanbeyan, April 8rd, 1808. Reduced Coach Fares. tO N and after the ]st MARCH, the Conch Fare between Goulburn and Cooma I will be REDUCED from £4 to £3 10s. Thboun dersigned having made arrangements to runi a Coach between GOULBURN and BORO, all passengers and parcels must be booked at th...

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

aies ba rution., Wednesday, 15th April. THAT SPLENDID AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING ESTATE AT LONGSWAMP, NEAR BORO, KNOWN AS FOUR SMALL FARMS. P. DIGNAM AND CO. Have received ipstructions to sell by public auction,. At Payten's Commercial Hotel, Goulburn, . ON WEDNESDAY, 15Tiu APRIL, At twelve o'olock, T HAT FIRST - CLASS AGRICUL TURAL and GRAZING PROPERTY at LONGSWAMP, nearBORO,known as HYLAND's, containing 2560:- Acres of.-splendid land, unsurpassed in the district. The property is intersected by the MUDBURY' CREEK, which is constantly running. The HOMESTEAD consists of a WEATHER-. BOARD COTTAGE of nine rooms, shingled, with verandah, &c.: first-rate STONE DAIRY and :STONE STABLE of five stalls,. also. shingled; orchard of two acres, &c. The other improvements. Include an excellent FOUR-RAIL STOCKYARD,. CULTIVATION PADDOCK of about 60 acres,.... and a BUSH PADDOCK of about 80 acres. As an Agricultural Estate Longswamp presents advantages almost unrivalled in the distric...

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THE LATE DISTURBANCE IN THE ASSEMBLY. THE following letter, from Allan Macpherson, Esq., M.P., appears in the Kiama Pilot of the 12th inst.:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

TPHE LATE DISTURBANCE IN THE ASSEMBLY. THE following letter, from Allan Macpherson,-Esq., M.P., appears in the I~iama Pilot of the 12th inst:- 187, Phillip-street, Sydney, 6th March, 1868. Sir,-It will not be a matter, of surprise to you that I have perused the comments made by the greater part of the country press, with. reference to the recent fracas inthe Assembly. I can hardly be considered to be a fair judge of the justice dl' injustice of thesecomments, but as the leading article in your issue of yesterday appears to me to deal more circumstantially'and (whatever my opinion may be worth) more justly with the case than has been done in the majority of the country papers I have read, I may be permitted to call your attention to the only portion of your article to which I am disposed to take exception. It is as follows: SSubdued by the bad influenco.Mr Macpherson, said something to the effect, 'that he would buy a whip and hit him (Mr Lee), between the temple and the ear.' " Now ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 April 1868

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Mr Affleok, junior, wrote to me two unwar rantable lotters, to which he could scarcely have expected a reply.. I should not have replied to his father, or to any one else had they addressed me in a similar tone. Mr Aflecck is doing me a grievous injustice in assuming without i tittle of foundation that I have accused him of falsehood. I shall.not waste time in guessing whether Mr Amfieck can have any motive for making himself out a martyr; nor will I fight with a shadow that is visible to none but to him. It is a fact that very little money has been spent on the Boro line; it is a fact that laden teams are habitually plying on that road; it is further a fact that Thompson's Marked-Tree-Line traverses eight miles of scrub, through which (notwithstanding the opinion of Mr A'?s carriers-11r A. himself never having seen it) I still think that an empty dray could not travel ; and in the fourth place, it is also a fitct that the present descent to Collector is difficul...

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASERS' PREEMPTIVE LEASE DECLATORY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

CONDITIONAL PURCIHASERS' PRE EMPTIV.E. LEASE. DE'LA?O.RY' BILL., SunTooiNnp is a Bill brought up Inst Mon-. day evening by: Mr Robertson:.- "A, BILL to. remove doubts. as-to the Right of Conditional P1urchasers to.: Prelimptive Leases of Crown Lands. ' Whereas doubts. have arisen as.to con ditional purchasers under the: Ciown Lands. Alienation Act of 1861 having the same: rights of preemptive lease as is.provided, under the Crown Lands QOccupation Act of 1861; for holders. in fee simple:. " Be it therefore enacted oy the Queen's. Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the. advice and consent of the Legislative Coun cit. and Legislative Assembly of. Newt South Wales in. Parliament Assembled, and' by the, authority of the same as follows: ' " I. Any conditional purchaser under the, Crown Lands Alienation Act shall be enti-. tied on payment to the hind. agent of the. district in which the land is situated of the. rent provided for under the 12th clause of' the Crown- Larids Occupation Act...

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DRAY ROBBERY AT THE SANDHILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

DRAY ROBBERY AT THE SANDIILL.S. Samuel Bottom, John Bottom, and John Corby (on bail) pleaded guilty to a charge of having, at the Sandhills, on the 20th February last, stolen goods to the value of £40, the property of Robert Sindel. Mr Dalley addressed the court in mitigation of sentence, and produced certificates of character from the Rev Mr Hassall, the police-magistrate of. Ber rima, Messrs Nicholson and B1adgery, Js.P., lMr Morrice, M.P., and others. The prisoners had pre viously borne good characters, they were mere boys, nid their parents were very respec:able. His H.onor, a ter reading the depositions, sen tenced the prisoners each to nine months hard labour in Goulburn jail. A MURDER AT CONROY'S CAP. William Munday alias Collins was-charged with having on the 18th March at the' Gap murdered John Conroy. Prisoner gleaded not guilty, and having no pecu niary means, his Honor requested Mr Dalley and Mr Aliman to undertake his defence. The learned gentlemen consented. The partic...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

TUESDAY, APRIL 7. His Honor took" his seat on the bench, at 10. o'clock. Mr Dalley, in the.absence of the Solicitor General (through sickness), conducted the prosecutions. IIORSE STEALING. James Gallagher was charged with stealing a mare, the property, of Samuel John Gallo way, of Gundaroo. [The evidence in this and the following case has already appeared, in these columns.] The prisoner addressed the jury for 'the de fence, and said he. had hought the,mare for 25s., and intended, to. make. a.present'ot it to some one. It was not feasible that he would have bought the moret if he thought she had been stolen. Verdict-guilty. Sentence-12. months' hard-labour. in Goul burn jail. S SHE'tE-STEAJ.ING. Edlvard Brady,. chargeud with having, at. Natt'ai, stolen 20.sleepi the property of Pat Iick Hill Osborne,. was found; not'-guilty, and discharged. WOUNDING.VITII INTENT TO MURDER: Ah Young, who had been arraigned on the. previous day on a charge of wounding John Cat twright with intent to m...

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QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

QUA12'EILLY ACCOUNTS. S TVe beg to remind Subscribers, Adver tisers, and others whose Accounts are now rendered, of the vital importaic:e to us -of undelayed settlement of the same. - Alan!/of these accounts are of loung standing ; and owe respectfully urge a return of that consideration we have ever shown (parliiele'rly thronlgh the recent delressed times) by an early response, to our present soli citations. WVe have no desire or in. tention to distress those who i:'l con vince us of temporary inability to pay; but we are persuaded there are many whose accounts remain unpaid through simple negligence. To these in particular we address ourselves, a;d sincerely hope the tenor of our remarks will have the efect ,f render ing any other means of puayment un necessalry.

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THE RESIDENTIARY CLAUSE OF THE LAND ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

THE' RESIDENTIAR'Y CLAUSE OF THE LAND ACT. TO TiHE EDITOR. Sir,--I perceive in yours of the 28th tlt., aletter signed " J, F," who seems to think that by a repeal of the residentiary clause the Land Act would be of no use as it stands at present. Now, sir, I cannot see the utility of the clause. Let a man select as much as he ple'ases (the more the better) and make as many improvements as he can, build all- he calr upon the selection, still so rmuch the bet-. ter. At the same time I cousider it as arbi trary that in order to retain ITLrt.s thereto lhe must REStDID there. I am perfectly awatge tlit as the law at present stands the s2lectiors are conditional, where only deposi. made and also that upon payment of the balance, the IESsiDENCE would not be compulsory. I write from experience, and can only state that the. residentiary clause is not approved of by the. general body of free-selectors. But I doubt not WIIEN our parliament may get into work ing order amendments in the land act...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

WEEKLY CALENJDAR. Days of tile tt~ccO, I lro of i snses A Mlioth. MI .30'Mh 'c 3· SATURDAY ......... Apr. 11 c 21 58 SUInDAY .. ... 13 (1225 , 3d 19 MONDAY ...... 13 2( 2 TITESA).kY ...... It /l 27 5*I1 21 11 K1ll]ilAY 1... 15 27 5 31 -2 Vl'ltlnlAA:,166.... to 5 05 2 3 ItitllU1T . ........ 17 6 288 -COV'L 111 00 V. Last tlcr cirton W .l raulday, tie 15th, i it 811. 391m. no.

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

" " oiotrý.yotLIqtnre TO TIlE EDITOR. Srl,--My attention has been directed to an item in the statement of the expenditure of the recent race tund of £7 18s, for refresh ment for the police, &e. Of this modestsum [beg to assare you, as the publican at whose booth the police were refreshed, that my charge-for eight men was only £1, which sum vas duly paid to me by the secretary. Where the remaining £6 18s went to, I know not. One thing is cert~ain, it'was not expended on the police, at least in my booth; and I may add that I and others regard it as an unjusti fiable expenditure of the funds. HENRY CANE.

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The Age. SATURDAY, APRIL 11th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

SA7'URDA Y, APRIRL 11th, 1868. TAIIaT it is the duty of the state to educate the pecople there cannot be an argumnent to the contrary, But after provision fbr the )purpose has been made, and the peple neglect to perfiiorm their duty to the younlg, then it becomes necessary that -further means shliuld be adopted for carrying out education in its entirety, as fir as practicable, to satisfy the" world that. nothiungis left uudone lbr the advance mnent of a country in both moral and social point of view. The late sys tem of' education which- had existed in the colony--of' Denominational and National supervision--did not seem to satisfy the people of' New South Wales, and a fur noi:e suitable act was friamed?-the Public Schools Act. This Act was passed after the most mature deliberation in the As sembly and Council; and at tile time of' passing received the well-merited assent of' the people. Yet hardly has the Act commenced when we find factious opposition raised to the books used in th...

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APPALLING DOUBLE MURDER AT NORTH YANCO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

APPALLING DOUBLE I URDER AT NORTH YANOO. (From the W'agga Waggs Ezpreer.) By the Narandena mail,. on Wednesday. last, intelligence has. reached. town of the perpetration of a most diabolical double murder at North Yanco. When the mail left Narandera full particulars of the oo currence had not reached that place, and, we cannot give our readers therefore more than a bare outline of the facts. From the statements that have reached us it seems that two German hawkers, travel ling with a cart, pasred Mr M'Neill's, Yanco station, about ten days ago, with the intention of proceeding to Narandera. Amongst their stock the unfortunate men are supposed to have had a good deal of jewellcry; and if this was known it will probably supply the motive for their as. sassination. At their camp in the bush it was noticed that nothing appeared to be moved for some days, and as this ap peared rather strange, a closer examina tion was made by some men from the Yanco station, and it was then seen that the...

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