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QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

QUA II'1'RLY ACCOUNTS. $ We beg ti remind 1Sbscribers, Adver tisers, and others w/hose Accounts are now rendered, of the vital importance to us of undelayed settlement of i/hc same. Many of these accounts are of long slunding ; and ice respectfudly urge a return of that consideration we have ever shown (particularlUy through the recent depressed times) by an early response to our present soli citations. We have no desire or in tention to distress those who will con vince us of temporary inability to pay ; but we are persuaded there are many whose accounts remain wipaid through simple negligence. To these in 1particulcar we address- ourselves, and sincerely hope the tenor of our remaks' will have the effect of render ing any other means of payment un necessary.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

QUEANBEYRN POST O7ICE TIRE TABLE DEPA1TURE OF MAr.S FOR POST Towle. San. Mon Toes Ned. Thirn Fri: Sat. Sydney, 1ia Al.M A.M. A.M. Bingendore. 40 4 0 .. 40 Goulburn J. Sydney, riaj :PMM Canberra 1.01-0 Giniaderra 1080 . ..1080 Gundaroo J.. Micalago p. P. .M. Bupyan 6 30 ..6-80 .. 6*80 Coonia.. .. Lanyon ....0 Ax .. 880 A. Braidwood. . 930 .9. 9.8 Southern road, P.xi. P.M. via Yass..... 1030 .. ... 1080 ARRIVAL OF MAILS FROM. POST ToWIS.* Sq. Mon. Toes. Thra. Fri. SBt Sydony. vial .. = . . P.M Goulburn . . 6 6* 0 6.0 Bungendore.. Sydney, via' Gundaroo..... 10 8 . R. 10 , Gininderra..I1. 0 103 Canberra... J Cooma ....... A.M. A.. Bunyan .... 380 380 .. .. 8130 Mlicalago.. P.M P.M. Lanyon . 5 80 .M 5 80 ' P.3. Braidwood 530... ... ... 80 .. ..5*80 Southern road, ,P.. P.M. via Yass.......10.30 ... .. 1080

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

From the.Irellington Indepenident Eotra. We have been favoured with the following intelligence by the Hon. Mr Richardson: Telegrams from iHokitiku were received Inst night by the General Government. Everything was quiet, bnt the people were in a state of excitement. The Celtic Cross has been removed from the cemetery some days. Father Larkins had applied to -the authorities to be allowed to erect it again. This request was refused. Six hundred special constables had been sworn in during the day, which were increased to 1000 last night. Father Larkins had 'ben arrested without exeiting any disturbance. The Attorney Gene.ial has given an opinion that some of the articles in the Celt newspaper are seditious, and calculated to excite a breach of ' the peace. The. Colonial Government steamer St. Kilda had been despatched this morning to Patea, for the purpose of con. veying a detachment of armed constabulary stationed there to Hlokitika, to *the number of sixty-five, in aid of the local ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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IMPORTANT FROM HOKITIKA. REMOVAL OF THE CELTIC CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

,, IPORT AN.T FR1OM IO ITIKIA.: .REMOVAL 01 °TiIGCECLTIbe Cutoss. " By the arrival of thc P. and N. Z aind A. 1. M. Company's steamship Egmont, this morning, we have"New Zealand papers to the 4th instant. We (lEiipire) take the fol-. lowing from the Southcirn-Cross: 1-lokitika,. March 24. There was immense excitement last night on receipt of the teleg~ran announcing- the Prince a safety.- An impromptu demonstra tion was got up. There was a huge bonfire in the Municipal Rescive, and the whole town tuired out-the fireaier in' uniform. 'The Philharmonic Society assembled at- the fire, ane sang " God save the Qucen I" with a verse added for the occasion.. The enthu siasm was and is unboatided. The Town Council have met, and have proclaimed tomorrow a general holiday for rejoicings at the 'Prince's escape. 'very loyal person is to wear a blu& ribbon at the request of a large number of leading citi zens. A monster meeting is to be: held at the Prince of Wales.theatre tomorrow morn...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURES OF A FEMALE SERVANT IN BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

EXTRAORDINARY'ADVENTUIRESOF A FEMALE SERVANT IN ]3AL LAARAT: Fromn the BeDaufort Chronicet "WnAT'may happen to ajperson in Victc. ria" received aWeiry sinrgular exemplification a shlort tin ejsice;-and to lover ofi th tisen. sational the recital of ,this strange sto rill possess peculiar interest; in fact, soipccu liarly.incredible did some of the statcnients therm contained appeal, that until perfectly, satisfied of thei authenticity we hesitated to, publish them. The facts are. simplythcse : Some time since a friend of ours, anxious to' leave Ballarat for Ararat without delay, called atlCobb's office, and was infotrned that no coach left, that day except one conveying In nuties tosthe Ararat Asylum;' but as the gentleman's business was urgent, and he was 'by no means fearful of travelling in sucli 'queer comipany, at his earnest solicitation he was:permitted to ride with the lunatics'.Of$ course, the unifortunates, in .the coaoh were, ..abouringunder all phases of insanity, ,but, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Mr Aflleck is really too had in con tinuing his chaiges against me of misrepre sentation on such wretched trifles as appear in your-issiae of the 11th instant. In doing so, however, he only exhi 'its in a stronger light the confusion under which helahours. 11r A. accuses ime of misrepresenting him as stating that I had said the Ma':ked .'Tree line was PrEFEuABLE to the Boro road. He adds :" I did nothing of the kind, and will defy Mr De Salis to prove it either in my private letters to hint or public letters to the press. M-r D.'s words were THAT IT WAS AS GOOD." (Mr A.'s letter, April 8th.) Allow mue to quote from aMr A.'s letter pub lished in your issue of' \l arch 18Ii: I dis tinctly state publicly that Mr De Salis did state wlihas uppeaned in the papc'rs-that the Marked 'free line WAS aErrTEr than the Boro road after all the money that had been expen ded on it." With equally little justice does Mr A. in sinuate that 1 was misleading your readers as to .vhich ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE StuEZ AMIL. Br the arrival of the Suez mail we have London dates to March 11th. Lord Derby had resigne±d in consequence of ill health. MIr Disraeli has formed a new Cabinet. The Queen is well. The Irish residents of London have pre sented an address to the Queen repudiatifn Feniainism. The Prince of Wales goes to Ireland to he installed as a Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. Parliament has net, and measures for Irish lReform have commenced. The Habeas Corpus Act is further sus. pended. Complications are appiehended in the Eastern question. , Sullivan and Pigott, the Irish editors, are sentenced to fine and imprisonment for pub lishing seditious articles. There was large attendance at the wool sales. Prices advanced from three-eighths to one penny. Wool has been sold higher privately, and a dtill further advance is ex pected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

A SOLEIN ADMONITION! DR. THOMAS, Licentiate of the Royal College of Phgsicians of .Enegland;. ' EMBER of the Royal College of Sur geons, Licentiate in Midwofery, Member of the Council of ledical Education London, and Member of the Medical Board of Victoria. May be privately and confidentially consulted; either personally or by letter, at his surgery, 97 Great Lons date-street, East, Melbourne. And rapidly cures all diseases arisingfrom early abuse,. namely--loss of procreative power, impairment, of they generative system, nervous and physical debility, languor,. flushing, wasting of spermalorrhaa, palpitation of. the heart, giddiness, avoidance of society, skin eruptions,. and contagious maladies. ON THE 11TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1804, DOCTOR TUoxAs GAINED THE HIGHEST HONOURS AT THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF ENGLAND. in the treatment of nervous and physical debility, physiology, anatomy, pathology, the principles and practice of phy-. sic, midwifery and botany,forensic medicine, pn...

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THE PURCHASE OF ST. THOMAS. WHAT GRANDMA GAGE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

THE PURCHASE OF ST. THOMAS. WHAT GRANDMA GAGE SAYS. I HAVE read in the papers lately, my dear little men and women, that Secretary Se ward thinks of buying the Danish West India Islands, and making them a part of the United States of America. I expect he intends to make us all a Christmas gift. Don't you? And then those sweet little islands will be ours-yours and mine, bought with our money. Oh! but won't that be nice! To have plantations where sugar and coffee, 'and bananas, and oranges, and limes, and lemons, and olives, and dates, and palm trees, and all those nice things grow. And to send our great ships to bring them in loads, so we can have them when we want them from our own trees and fields. "They will be Uncle Sam's;" did you say? To be sure ! but are we not all Uncle Sam's boys and girls? And what is his is ours, you know. He says we must be have well, and help keep things in order. He doesn't like idlers about, and there are a wonderfully many jobs to do. Every boy and gi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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"PECULIAR PEOPLE" COMMITED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

"PECULIAR PEOPLE" COMMITED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. From the Express, January 5th. YESTERDAY Mr William Paine, City Coroner, held an inquiry at the Crown Tavern, Blackfriars' road, touching the death of Louis Wagstaffe, 14 months. The deceased was the daughter of "two saints" of the faith called "Pe- culiar People." Though a girl, she was named Louis Wagner, after a saint of the church. As will be seen by the evidence taken in the case, the unfortunate child lost her life through the too strict adherence of her parents to one of "the Peculiar Church." Mrs. Fanny. Adley, 16, Prince's street, Blackfriar's-road, said that she was a widow, and one of the " Pecu- liar People." The deceased was the daughter of Thomas Wagstaffe, a wharf labourer, and Mary Andrews, his wife. The Child was always de- licate, and it suffered from a cough. The elders of the church were called together and they anointed the child. The ceremony gone through was the pouring of oil out of a phial on to the child's chest....

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The Age. SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

SA1TURDA r, <tPRrI, 18th, 18't8. Tim prison popu.llation in this colony is of a surprisingi magnitude, taking; into consideration that the census of New South Wales does not exceed 500,000 souls. The percentage is far more than could be expected were our moral and social status as it should be. Very ninny jailbirds, seem to en joy their palatial residence in a penal establishment ; and this can only be accounted fcr on the supposition that the:r sentences have not been of that degree of severity that was felt to be punishment. -There must be great leniency and indulgence shown in our penai establishments-the inference' aminounts to this, at least, judging from the frpcuency with which we read of formeri' convicti rs brought. against prisoners arraigned upon: ini iictment. Hence it certainly seems that sen tences are carried out in a very plea sant manner, and the punishment intended as such by the laws of our 'country--tils to carry their expected. force. In many of our j...

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FURTHER EXTRACTS FROM THE QUEEN'S JOURNAL. ROUGHING IT IN THE HIGHLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

FURTHER- EXTRACTS FROM THE QUEEN'S :JOURNAL. ILOUGIOING IT IN THE IIGIILANDS. " August 30, J249.-After writing our lctters we set off on our ponies, with Miss Dawson, Macdonald, Grant, Batterbury, and Harnis Coutts; Marnis is: Gaelic for James, and is pronounced ' 1-arnish.' The road has been improved since last year, and though it is still very I 'gh, there arc no fords to pass, nor real difficulties any longer. We rode the whole way, and Albert only walked the last two miles. Re'took a Gaelic lesson during our ride, asking Macdonald, who speaks it with great purity, many words and making him talk to Jeinmie Contts. Albert has already picked uip misany words -brit it is a very difficult language, for it is pronounced in a totally different way from that in which it is writton. We arrived at our little ' bothie' at two o'clock, and were amazed at the transfooriation. There arc two buts, and the one in which we live a wooden addition has been made. We have a charming little (lining-r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

IMPOUNDED at Gunda'oo,-oi 'the 6th: .L of- April, 1808, fromn Milford:Farm, by Mr John Norton J"ron horse, ovcrR near 'shoulder, ID off 'n shoulder Chesnut borse, TT near sbonlder,)white spots on back, white rings raund eyes Release, 4s. eachi ° If niot rleased 'will lie sold on the 30th day of April, 1808. Also, on the 141h, by C A. Massy Esq. Blackimare, Hi) over S near shoulder, like JS off shoulrler, spii$. on fornhiatl. Release, 8s. It. not released will be sold on 7th. May. HUGH VALLANCE, Ju,., Poindkceper. NEW GOODS TO HAND THIS WEEK AT THE BRAIDWOOD STORE QUEANBEYAN. E L S .Il :'and Saxony Plannels: Anti-rheninatic and Crimean Flannels White, S arlet.-Grey and Blue Blankets - Tweed, Doe. Witney and Beaver Cotst English aid Colonial To"e1 'Ie Trousers Braidltod Tweed, andFaincy DreusStuIft in. graeat variety Prints and Longcloths, very low in prIce TEN CASES TWO BALLS DRAPERY are expected to arrive next week, together with a assortment of MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, of which due not...

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MURDER AND INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

MURDER AND INSANITY. (Front the Queenslnnd Times) - Since making the remarks which ap peared in our Thursday's issue respecting the Mackenzie River murders, we have pe rused the testimony of one who was pre sent at the trial, and therefore in a far better position than we could be for form ing a correct opinion on the merits of the case. That opinion, as expressed in the columns of the Northern Argus, is so un mistakably hostile to the prisoner, and, is so strongly justified, that we can no longer permit ourselves to entertain the smallest doubt of the man's guilt. Human lan guage must fail in the attempt to stigma tise as they deserve such deeds as these.. The simple taking of the guilty wretch's life is a punishment ridiculously inade quate to the enormity of the crime. This is one of those case which are almost cal culated to cause regret that the age in which we live is too civilised to permit the use of torture. We have now before us the proceedings at the trial of another grea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. F OR 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. Wealkness 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 fumed for regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; they are therefo:e confidently recommended as a never-failing remedy in all cases where the constitu tion, from any cause, has become impaired or weakened. Diseases of the iead 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'...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

3 ogal antL gistalk~t 3tW5. POLICE.-On Tuesday, before the police magistrate and Dr Morton,.Emneanuel Carrier, alias Cooper, who brd been arrested by thea Goulburn police on charge of sbsconding'frotn the hired service of Mr A. Cibbes, of Yarra lumla, and had been remanded to Queanbeyan on bail by the Goulburn, bench, appeared fur ther to answer. It appeared that the accused ihad suddenly left his service, leaving his flock I of sheep unoared for in' the bush. Mr Giblres, - not wishing to press for punishment, the ac ac csed was lined 1s., with Gs. Gd. costs.-On Wednesday, before the police-magistrate,Sarm - uel Srith, in default of paying a. fine of 5s., for being drunk and disorderly, was locked up till 3 p.m.-Yesterday,. before the police - rag'strate, two bIds named Callaghan, for whose apprehension on is charge of larceny a warrant had been issued by the Yass bench, and who were apprehended at Jerrahiggery, were remanded to custody for the production of the warrant for their tr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

from the empire. Nearly all the members of the Derby Cabinea had cansented to serve under Dis raeli.. Sir Hugh Cairns replaces Lord Chelins ford as Lord High Chancellor, and Lord Cranbourne becomes Chancellor of the Ex chequer in place of Disraeli who is now First Lord of the Treasury. Thle newspapers are unanimous in declar ing that the withdrawal of Sir S.. Northcote from the India Office will be prejudicial to the public service. It is rumoured that Sir S. Northcote is to succeed Sir John Lawrence as Governoc General of India. An application has been made at Bow street by the Jamaica Comuittec ibr a war rant *iigainst ex. Governor Eyre ; but the application was refused. February 29. It is now stated that Iunt has accepted the Chancellorship of the Exzeh quer, and that Lord Cranbourie and General Peel had declined to enter the new Cabinet. Tihe Government have pronised to fix an early date for the parlininentary debate on the affairs of Ireland. London, 10th March. The Scotch Refo...

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WORKING OF THE TREASONFELONY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

WORKING OF THE TREASON F'ELONY ACT. Frona the Durrora Express. FatNIANsui AT G0itENPLL.-[t 'would scein' that sonie of the Grenfell people have "glode;" as'Aitemus Ward would phrase it from a state of quartz to one of Fenianism on the braini Mr Noonan, whose case is stated in Mr Kelly's letter, is one of the most steady; and unobtrnsive miners in New South W ales, and _ino t assuredly unlike those deimons who are represented as types. of _Fenianism. M Kelly himself is a store keeper rospccted on all the Southern gold fields of this colony, and -many of the Vic. torian gold-fields, as a business ,many of truthful and sterling honesty.; His letter speaks for itself, and we cominmnd it to the crefLil and uninipassioned consideration of oui present Attorniey-Gencral and probable 'future Chief Justice. It may possibly as sist in some measure to disabuse him of the silly impiressionr undert which uhe laboured when le conceived his own mild additions to hLle Home. aelon code. Messrs Kelly ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

TO THE EDITOR. Dear Sir,-In your issue of Saturday last, there appears a letter signerl " Henry Cane,' having reference to the bhaltc -sheet of the Queanneyan Annual Races, 1868. To accuse .our Bonitaee (Cane) of being the writer would be monstrous; to call a blackamnoor white 'would be absurd ; and to suppose that a poor illiterate uman, not knowing B ft am a buIl's foot, was the writer, would indeed be next to madness. Still, the letter referred to suggests dishoneit motives and actions, and taking the will for the deed, I feel it to lie liy duty, as secrettary to the race fund and to a body of geatlen.en placed beyond the sneers or neco ath ion of polr Cane, to offl.t' Roiaie explantition. Cane explaiis, through his clei I and the paper, that he only received 11 out of 71 18s firw efreslanents. WVhosaid lie received more? Nobody that I am aware nr No doubt lie felt as if I e could take a little more, but it would not go down. Etceteras are things be yond the con, 1rehensiin of so...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Tuesday, 9.40 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 April 1868

LAT~EST. INTELLTJWIENOE. [PE P n1t fVlILLL'S TELEGRIAMI OO~iPA.'NY - [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY-. Tiucsday, 9.40 a.mn. At the H-ornbushr~rces, Fcnnellbl won the trial staikes; Silvcrtail the Spuatters p)urse; Tipple,.. the hand~icap,"`- and- Glencoe, the County stakes.

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