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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Per,a aEEVr.LE'S TELEOGrAM? COUPA' SYDNEY. Wednesday 3 p.m. Mit ROBntTsoN's motion condemnatory of the course taken liy the Governmelit in failing to give effect to the recomdtiendation" in favour of AMr '?Walker for the office of parliamentary librarian, was negatived by 23 to 19. It is reported that on' the usual motion for the House going into Committee of Supply being proposed this afternoon, "Mr Forster will mo'e a series of rcesolutions de claring that extensive retrenchment sliould take place in all the public depaitritbnts.' The estimates of the departments..under the chief secretary, secretary.for lands, iud finance minister, have been disposed of.:, `., Mir AI.. Lowe quotes best fat cattle at. £G 6s to £6 l0s; second quality;;.at £?4 10s to £5. Sheep.=--Prime wedders, 60 lbs.;; 9''to: 9s Gd'; medium quality, at 7s to 8ss The insolvencies were insignificant today. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRIAPH.] Friday, 8"50 p.m. A proclamation is issued in torday's Gazette ...

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

TO TIHE EDITOR. Sir,-Referring to an enquiry, made in your journal a short time ago respecting the origin of the word " Quaker." Many years ago while in England I was intimately ac quainted with atflmiLy belonging to the So ciety of Friends, at that time called Quakers, from whom I derived the following informa tinh: They were called Quakers because at `first when they spoke or preached, they had violent shakings or agitations.. Their first leader was one George Fox, in the year 13650, wlu taught that the light within is more suffi oient to guide mea to heaven than the Holy Scr iptures ; but they are now greatly reformed and pay a great regard. to God's word, but still deity the two sacraments and all nmannet of cerenemo-:ies. They refuse to take an oath betuie a ii mgistrate,and therefore are indulged to give their affirmation when called upon 'as witnesses. Their worshib is a''rupit, any per son rising to pray or preach according. as. he is moved. They instruct' their c ingregatio...

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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 — 11 April 1868

THE NMARKETS. [ Unless. otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the 'first purchaser; not as betwein one dealer and another, much less the retail prices. The rat? quoted' are gathered from the best sources available generally? from', the local papers ; but it mu't be understood that this .journal is not answerable for their correctness.J "6 AGE " Omce, Friday evening. The following may be taken :as .the current prices of-the presqnt week: Flour, per ton.., fine £18 0 .0eeconds £17 0 0 Wheat, per bushel.. 0. 5 .6. to 0 .56 9 Bran, per bushel...:... 0 1 0 ,, 0 O 0 Oats ...:............... 0 2.6 6 ,, O. 3' 0 Barley. ................ 0,2 - ,, 0 0 .0 Maize ............... 0 8 ,,. 3 3 Hay, per ton ......... 2 10 0 ,, 3 0 0 Potatoes,perowt,new 0 5 0 ,, 0 5 6 Butter, per lb....... 0 0-8 ,, 0 0 0 Bacon, perlb.., 0 0 ..6 ,, 0 0 Cheese, per lb. (none) 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen .....0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 B --ERRIMA. .Flour, £22 per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

?ungend:lore Annrual races. rý IHE abovy Ru:ces are fixed to take place ont TIJUED.1Y and WSEDNESDAY Ithe 2t6 h'nd 27th ol MAY next. Th'le prograultae will appear in it future issue. J. A. W\ILLIAMS, IIon. Sec. To Gentlemen a, d FA,,mi.Uie3 possess ing sew?ing a?hin3s. T HE undersigned is prepared to attend at the rest ihtens of the utwove, oil rceilpt, of Instructions, for the purpose of cuttingoult fad titthing for machinei work. Terms : 2.2 per week. Every s.it tiaction guaranteed. lefrrernces kindly permittedt to WV. F. IHayley, Esq.. J.P., the. Oa(,ks. (Que?ti cyai: ; or to WV. Davis, Esq., J.P., Ginilderra. DAVID CRAMPTON, T'ailhr, &:e., dQuteanheyan. Notice. T H?E COMM ERCIAL lBANK, Quean Iheyatn. will Ie CLOSED on EASTER: MON DAY, the 1:hh in ltaut. HI. GLENNIE, Qtianheyan, - Mnanuger. Cht April. I88. COution. T lHE undersigned hereby CAUTIONS J all persons from going on to his run situate at URIULA, Old Burra, rtider tny pretext whatever. without ihst irstl tquainin...

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE DEPARTURE OF MAILS FOR [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

QUEANBEYTAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE ARRIVAL OF MAILS FROM __ _ D uEPARTURE OF MAILS FOR PosT TOWNs. Sun. M;on: Tues. Wed. Thre Fri. Sat. poST Tows. Sun. Mon Tues Wed. Thrs. Fri. Sat. Sydney, vil . ? P.. .. .P.x. Sydney, via All. A.M. i. ' . Goulburn. ..0.. 0 ' 600 60: Bungendore..- 4"0 4-0 ... .. Bangendore Goalliurn..... Sydney, vial p. Syd ney, vial . x Gininderra... 10 . , 10 30 Gininderra. 1030 ... .. .. 1030 Canberra. ....J Gundaroo .... J Cooma .... Ax. A N. . Micalago.. p. P.x P.x. Bunyan .... 30 3 30 330 Bunyan ... . :630 .. 6,830 .1 6.30 Micaliago .... Cooma. Px. P.x .. .A. A N Lanyon ....3.. i 30 P.u. 530 xp. Lanyon..l 50 N .. i ·30 A. Braidwood ..... .. 0 3. 0 Braidwood... 9-0 . . 030 Southern road, P.. Pt. Southern road, r.x P.? x via Yase. ...;.10.80 .. 10.30 via Yass...... . 100 0 ... ... . 1030

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[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. The sittings were continued on Wednesday, when Mr Isaacs was sufficiently recovered to prosecute, though still looking very ill. The girl Keyes, committed as sentenced above, was discharged from custody. His Honor recom- mended that she be sent bythe Yass bench of ma-   gistrates to the reformatory.

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GOULBURN ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

GOULBURN ASSIZES.       (Abridged from Wednesday's G. Herald.) TuiE Goulburn assizes commenced on Monday before his Honor Mr Justice Faucett The Solicitor-General prosecuted for the Crown, assisted by Mr Jackson of the Crown-Solicitor's office. The members of the legal profession present were, Mr Dalley, barrister; and Mr Gannon, Mr Beubow, Mr Betts, and Mr All man, attorneys. RAPE AT YASS. Samuel Garland was charged with commit- ting a rape upon Bridget Keyes. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and having no means for retaining counsel, Mr Dalley undertook the defence, assisted by Mr Gannon. Constable Smith proved the arrest of pri- soner, who on being charged with the offence said "I didn't do it; I suppose I'll be hung for this," and began to cry. Bridget Keyes, 16 years of age, stated : I never went to school or to church; I don't know what will become of me if I tell lies; I don't know what sort of people go to heaven ; I don't know what a c...

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FENIAN-FELONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

FENIAN-FELONS. Curat be the felon caiise, and Fenian band, Whose coward treason arms the murderer's hand Which owns assassination in its creeds, Andi'hodwls iti triumph if a victim bleeds, Curst! with tlie.curse of God and man, be those, Who preach that murder cures a country's woes; lAnd.'doubly,; trebly curst above the.n all, Thebnflied- hand which aimed the murderous ball, Who strikes the Prince-yet strikes the people most- *For-through lthe guest he doubly wounds the host,-, lBut:crime is at no country ! 'tis the hand That strikes is infamous-and-not the land Where falls the victim, and which feels his wound' With deeper pain and royal grief profound. .Vere he the poorest stranger in our gate, WVe still had pitied and avenged his fate, But doubly honoured-as hinlself-aqd son Of Her, whose noble life our.lovee has won, We have no language strong enougli to speak We have no justice stern enough to wreak Our added anger to the felon's doom, Except a people's curses o'er his tomb. I...

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CONVICTION OF GRIFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

S CON'ICTION ,OF GRIFFIN., WVI: havuildready announccd that the p.riso neri Thomas John- Griffin, lately .a police magistrate: and gold commliissionerut., Rock hampton,.in Queensland, had been tiried and found. g'ilty. of the murdrir of the: two. es cort troopers. The details of the trial'.con tained in the local papers disclose fcivwnew features-- .ith. the exception of the medical testimony-beyond those elicited at the ,inu quest, :ad published in cxtenso:at thc.time:; The medical cvidence of Drs Salhnond anal. Ilobbs was as follows:-.--. . lDavid Salmrnond deposed : Iam a :legally qualified medical practitioner. I 'cxamined' both bodies. I haiu .:seen those: skulls :be-' fore. TI gave themnto:stb-inspectorElliott. This :skull I"took fromur the tfiit body .c-x amincd. . I took the othei., skull.fi'om, tki&: second: (both: skullswer, put inwandaccepted as evidence):.: I ;made;an: post mortdni diex-' amination of rthe :body. • iIn the body3 apart fiom the head, mny examinati...

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THE QUEEN'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

THE QUIEEN'S JOURNAL. TIIERE is a unity (r finterest preserVed throughout the voilune by the flict. if its relting almhnost entirely to the Quieen's experience of life in the lighilands of Scotland. She learnt to regard the Highlanis ans and Iigh l:udt.tcs with pecuiiar affectiop. T'he Queen was :delightet whitl these peo pie, and chose from among them her most trusty attenulat ts. She say's in one part of her journal: ~ All the IIighlanders are so amusing, and really pleassnit-and instructive to talk to-wonion as well as men--and the latter so geutlemun:ilike.'" In another passage she observes: " We were always itl the habit of con versing with the ilii;ihlanders, with whom one tomnks so much in contact in the Highlands. The Prince highly apprecia ted the good breeding, simplicity and in telligence which snake it so_ pleasant and eveni ins'ructive to talk to thern." Site allots :l note to Mr John Brown who may well be proud of the cha racter she gives him :-- "' The same who, in 18...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

W HEAT in any quantities.purchased Y. V for OASH,.ak A~. LEVY'S. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th March. 1868. Attempted Murder. ONE THOUSAND POUNDS REWARD FOR ACCOMPLICES. W HIIEltEAS, on Thursday, the 12th instant, an attempt was made to assassinate his ROYAL HouIlou SL TIlE D?)UE or EDINOnUaln, by firing at him with a revolver; and whereas, before the assassin could be secured he had fired a second .shot, wounding Mr George Thorne. And whereas a mall, giving the name of H. J. O'Farrell, has been arrested for the above crimes, and there is reason to believe the offender was acting in concert with or by direction of others not in custody, organised and as sociated together for treasonable purposes. Notice is hereby given that a reward of £1000 will be paid by the Government for any information leading to the apprehension and conviction of each and every ACCOMPLICe of the abovenamed offender, whether re sading in this or any of the other adjacent colonies, and further that ...

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

TO TOLE EDITOR.. 'Sir,-I shall very briefly reply: to. Mr De Salis's ltter, of date 31st March, and will pass over the whole of his to the quotation where he again misrepresents me. He mnakes it appear that I said that he told me that the 1Miarked-tree line is tEFERABLE.to to he Boro road. 'I did nothing of the kind;: and will defy Mlr De Sadis to prove it, either in' my, private letters to him or pullic letters to the press.;,. Ihev wprds made use of by' him were THrAT IT WAS AS GOOD, and I must say. that, if I m:sunderstood Mr De Salis's meaning, I did not misunderstand his words, for the words quoted by me in my last'are his words;' but perhaps, sir, you may be able to take another i meaning out of the words than I did, and if so, of course I will he wrong, but-I think you wiill not'te able to take any. other meaning tban I did out of, the sentence.. And with regard to. the descent to Collector, Mr De Salis.knows as well as I do that the road when. he i?de over it was NOT MARKED ...

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DEPARTURE OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALFRED THE SIGNAL OF DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

DJ EPART1JRRE OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS pRINCE ALFZR ED From Tuesd?y's Empire. THE SIGNAL OF DEPARTURE. Yesterday morning, at 8 .o'clock, the Standard of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, quartering his .arms with those of England, was hoisted at the main on board H.M.S. Galatea, denoting to all spectators that her Royal commander was about to leave thcse waters. Simultaneous ly with this signal, the Commodore hoisted the Royal Standard of England on board H.M.S. Challenger, and was followed by H.M.S.S. Charybdis and Rosario. Th'e Challenger, the Galatea, and the Charybdic, each saluted the Royal standard witli 21 guns,-and all'the four ships of war in Farm. Cove were speedily decked' out in bunting fiom the main truck to the deck, and from the jib-boom end to the traffrail. The sound of the guns:were heard at a great dis: tance out of town, and the salutes were fired so nearly at.the:same time that it was dif ficult to count the number of explosions, so that at first there was ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

Tirs business of the police court for the past week hits been of -trivial importance. CONDITio0AL PuonIIAsES FotFE"ITID.-'-The conditional porch 'ses made ini this di?;irict in the nimes of the undermnentioned persons are declared to be duly' forfeited for non-lifl filment of the conditions.:-James Allen, 100 acres; Francis Coulton, 40 acres; L, L.. 'Hutchison, 40 acres;: Jihn Kelly, 40. acres'; dihtt, 50 acres (Cooma district). A1PPRnovi' CI.AIMS FornPIREiLiPTIVE LEASES ---The claims of the undernmentiunod persons for preemptive leases of Crown lands in the district of Qteanheyan have been approved William Blewitt, 'l'alangandrn, Gundaroo, S00 acres ; 'lrhdmiias Maicauliffe, Jeir, 350 acres ; ditto, ditto, 578 acres. A GooD. D.r's SPORT.-Mr G. Ilarcourt, of Gininderra. and his brother, recently shot in one day, on the Gininderra-creek, no'-less than over 40 ducks and 5 wild turkeys. A "CIat.hKr " MIAN.-A teamster one day th s week was camped near the lagoon on the. edge of' the Bun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 11 April 1868

Every one his, own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S 'PILLS. F OR*a period of- thirty years; in- every .. country and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have established for: them selvesra lasting renown, such as no medicine ever enjoyed' before: "and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appreciated than by Settlers, Diggers, and Emigranits in the Australian Colonies. :, ,... J.reakness ,and Debility. How many persons suffer from debility without knowing the caises 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.. confidently, recommended as a never-failing reiedy in all cises where theconstitu 'tion,ofirm any cause, has become' impaired or :weakened. , .' " .Diseases of he, Head and Heart. These formidable diseases are, 'unfortunately, of 'frequent occurrence; for the most partthey creep on gradually,'but maybe preve...

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REMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publication :— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

REtMITTANCES RECEIVED! Juc last pr,&!icalioa: Fronm Iir R. NMteatih~y, Molonglo, per M~r IBar £3 O~ l;d Mu'uusrs Tw~ccdle and WVeston, Braid woaol, 1011.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

WFEKLY CALENDAI6. Day o th nr~x 1i~n nh o .Sun rises Sun sattn Age. SATURtDAY A. pr. 19 G 29 u 29 2.1 SUND)AY: 62. ii SO S tt -MNDY TUESDAY6 11 it 2i 7 97 WTUF1"SDAIin i 22. 25 FRIDY. li.t ... .. 0 St~ 5 21 29 Now nonnnonnn Ilnhurdlny,th 1.1, u IGh. 2mm. . in.n.

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Correspondence POST OFFICE SAVING BANKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

( oltrfopol idqitte POST OFFICE SAVING BANKS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.-It has been found that the system of post office saving banks has been productive of much good both in England and elsewhere, and it is surprising that the system has not beeti established in New South Wales. It would pay well on interest alone when tho roughly in working order. Each working or other man would hoe able to make deposits weekly, or at any time, in tfct, to piovide for those contingencies which always happen in life. It hls but to be started when I feel sure it would be the means of saving many a pound of money which is now drunk in a few no zients, and besides which it would assist in travelling purposes. Say that our population is half a million, even one-fourth of that number mraking deposits would pay well any. additional expense of savings banks post offices I trust, sir, the day is not fhr distant when hire reforms, which have worked so well in England for the I onefit of the working classes will i...

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THE QUEEN V. O'FARRELL. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

THE QUEEN V. O'FARRELL. TO TILE EDITORt "SiR,-Of all t!'e trials that ever took place in this colony, I think it will be admitted that the unprejudiced and temperate speeches made upon the trial of this criminal case by the Attorney-General and Mr Aspinall of the Victorian bar were eloquence itself. In fact,, the whole of the evidence on both tsides was got up with that care and attention that the most sceptical mind would admire. The trial is over, the criminal sentenced, and the integ rity of Australia lits teen vindicated.: Jus tice has from her seat condemned the great criminal, and B3zitish-law confirms the sen tence. The enormity and cowardice of the offence very naturally led the passions of men to declare for instant punishment. Bu we are a' British people, and therefore certairl hat justice vill lie shown where merited. It seems to mee that the letter' which appeared in the columns of your contemporary signed by the learned advocate and counsel for the !prisoner was tather ...

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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 — 18 April 1868

THE MARKETS: ,r 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 rat's quoted are gathered from the best sources available generally from the local papers ; but it must be -understood that this journal is, ot answerable for their correctness.J "AGE" Oliled, Friday evening. The following may be taken as the current priceso of the present week: Flour, per ton:. fine £18 0 0 seconds-£17 0 0 Wheat,perbusbel, O 5 6: to 0 6 9 Bran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 ,,, 0 0 0 Oats ..................... 0 2 0 ,, 0 3 0 Barley : .. 0;2"_0 ~,,. 0o0o Maize 0........ . 03 0,83 Hay,'per ton ... . 2 10'0 , 3 0 0 Potatoes,percwt, new 0 5 0 , O 5 'G" Butter, per lb. ,.... 0 0 8 ,, 0 0 0 Bacon, perlb..,.......10 0 6 "0 0 0 Chcese,per lb.:(none) 0 0 0 ,, 0 0 0 Eggs, per'dozen . 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 BERRIMIA. Flour,'£22 per ton; seconds, £20 per ton Bran; is 8d pe...

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