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The Age. SATURDAY, MAY 9th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 May 1868

SATURDAYn . lIAY 9Oh, 1858. Tim quarterly return of the revenue of New South Wales for the quarter ended 31st March last shows an in crease of £.12;000 as compared with the corresponding quarter of the pre vious year; and it is curious to ob serve the various amounts of increase and decrease under different heads. On revenue proper there is, however, a deficiency of about £4,000; but this arises from the fact that the package duty which in 1867 brought £12,000, has been. repealed. _ And again, the decrease on spirits duty amounts to £8,000. Biut these facts are no criterion that the revenue pro -per is not increasing as it should, as the customs duties are of a very fluc tuating character according , to im ports. 'On.spirits distilled ;in the co lony' we find an increase of duty £1000, and this will: no doubt be much increased during the present year. The next items of importance are the revenue derived fiom land sales, on the whole of' which wre find an increase of only £5000. This...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 May 1868

E:ollonizl Oitradis. Cusmno?o.i v. MIAcar.n?Y.--The trial of. the long-standing free selection case at Col lector, came on at Goulburn assizes, :before Mr Justice Faucett and a' mnixcd :jury of.? twelve.. The main questioni was whether, s- Macauley, a free selector on some land a which had beei previously occupied by 's Chisholm,. had. a right: to impound the Ir squatter's sheep on land withih his (the free: :- selectoi's) preemptive lease, or grazing right. ig attached to his purchased land. Sir W. 1- Manning and Mr Davis appeared -for the. : >n plaintiff, instructed by' Mr---Walsh.; Mr :. g. Darley, instructed'by Mr Rolin, foi' the de fendant. The object of the action, was -to.. he try the right of a free selector to- impound: ,:' from land; within, his prehlmptive lcise-the right, in fact, which it was the object of Mr of Robertson's late bill, rejected by-the Legis lative Council,. to. place beyond dispute.. h Evidence of the conditional purchase by ta Macauley,,of his compli...

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Original Poetry. RISE SUPERIOR TO THEM ALL! [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 9 May 1868

4,34iginrl ?oeerý. RISE SUP'ERIOR TO TIIEM ALL! The castle-building days sre past,.and glitt'ritg dreams of fame My youthful brain had cradled long 'ncath Itope's exultant flame Havesflashcd away, like stars that shoot along the airy slopes When nights are still, and day-time din in drowsy fever mopes ; And fondest idols, too, are lost, or have the charm no more To thrill the heart with olden bliss, or olden love restore; " But, still some gracious precepts coime, and bid us as they fall To hurl away these vain regrets, and " Rise superior to them allt". Itwas inYouth's fresh morning time,when pleasures rose at ral, And Error on Life's cleannwhite page had left no taint at all, I pleg'd my faithi and gavc.nly heart.with nil a' boyish pride To one who stood in muaiden'grace and splendour at my side; But all the glorious future days we then had shadow'd out Have come to nought but settl'd pain and mystery and doubt : Still, though no more for me shall wake Love's witcheryand thrall, I...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

TUESDAY. MrIsaacs statedj,that his hon. and learned col league the Attorney-General, who prosecuted in this case, had filed a rejoinder to the demurrer of the de fondant, and he nowv.aslked his Honor to appoint a time for the argument of the demurrer. He sug gested a month hence as a suitable time. There was nothing to distinguish this case from any other case as far as the Crown was concerned, and -if the de murrer.bad not been raised, ahe case might have been dealt with during the present sittings. His Honor said he was aware that the rejoinder to the demurrer had been flied; and he had secured the assistance of another Judge for the. consideration of this demurrer. Mr Justice Faudett would assist him; and the case would be heard tomorrow morning at 10. The defendant must enter into new recogni zancea to appear tomorrow morning, Mr Macpherson said he hoped this matter 'would come on tomorrow, and that there would be no far ther delay. His Honoj: It is fixed for tomorrow morning.i'...

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

QUNANUZYAN POST OFFICr TIXE TABLE S DEPARTURE OF MATIl FOR Posy TowNs. Sun. Mon Tues Wed. b r. -Fri. Sat. Sydney,' via A.x. A.N. A .. Bungendore.. 4.0 40;.1 40 Goulburn...'j Sydney, vial. Canberra:...:' ... P. .M ' Gloinderra... o1080 10 80 10 t ? Gundaroo....) Micalago .... iN. P.v. .W.. Runyha .... 6 80 6 80 . 6*30 cooma.. . Aa La nyon 5...0. o . G0 A . Braidwood.. 980 8. 980 Southern road. via Yta... .TY~: ~·:2 ARRIVAL OF MAILS FROM rosrt owns. Sun. ion Tues.Wed .lThri Fri Sat. Sydney, vial " . ... P.x, ..... P. Goulburn..... ... .. 6 0 6.0 60 Bungendore.. . Syd.ey, vial P , . rm. undaroo..... 1030 '.. 10.30 .Gini.de ... 1 Canberrs.... J:. Cooma ............. A. . x3.30 .3 icalago ....J ? :. .: Lanyon ..... 5. .. P.M. 530 P.. Braidwood ...... . .0. . 30 Southern road, P.x. x.. via Yass.. 10.390 . L*30

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

-'WEEKLY CALFIDAE. nlay or. Moon !lays of t weer. uiacs Sun ts Age SITURP .... !ay 10 6 51 6 1 13 SUNDIAY. ... 17 6sA 5 I t& MO(NflAY, ,_, ... _ . _ IS 6 2 0S 0 2 TU ES DAY .:..... .. . 0 0516 6'63 4b59 28 I WE0 6 53 4 0 27 TH1URSISAY ....... 21 024 418 28 F'RIDAY 6_____. 4 5 7 0 nacos's P1eASIS.. New m~nq on Yrtdsy, the 22nd, at ll. 40m: p.m.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 9.40 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

LATESTT INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVAL OP THE 'SUEZ. MAIL CIPERL REVILLE'8 TELEGRAM cOMPANY)'" . SYDNEY. Wednesday, 9.40 a.m. T?E P. and Q. Company's mail; steamer Geelong arrived at the Sound last night, with news from London to the 9th of April. The Queen was ati Windsor, and enijoy ing good health. H1er :.Majesty intended visiting Germanyr. The Prince and Princess of Wales,. are about visiting Ireland: Mr Disraeli has succeeded in completing his Cabinet. An Irish ReformBill is beingintroduced:: Mr Gladstone'has given notice 0of zi o. tion condemnatory of the Irish Church. - Lady Tichborne is dead: Bishop Selwyn- intends visiting New Zealand. Lucien Bopaparteis made :a Cardinal. A Trust Company-is formed for Aus tralian securities. One million already invested: The plan is most favourably re ceived. The North German Parliament has' opened with a pacific speech. Sir R. Murchison 'has received des patches from Dr Livingstone. A civil war is raging in: China. The Demo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. F OR n period of thirty years, in every country and clime (not even excepting China and Tarlary), these Pills have established for themn selves a la Ititg rco' n, FMIChl as no medicine ever enjoyed before: and nowhere, perhaps, have they been more appl,reeiated tIha by Settlers, lDiggers, and Emigrants in the Australian (Colonies. Weakness anrd Debility. How many persons sutffr from delbility without knowing the causes why. they are feeble! In most cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills jhave long been fimed for regnlating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; they are therefo:e confidently recommended a- a never-falling remedy in all cases where the constitu 'tion," front any caiuse, has, become 4inpaired or weakened. Diseases of the Head and 7Teart. These formidatle diseases are. unfortunately, of frequent occurrence: for the most part they creep on gradually, but tmay he prevented by proper pre...

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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 — 16 May 1868

THE MARETS.. lUnless otherwise expressed, the prices quoted in this article are those in transactions between the producer and the Jirst purchaser ; n't as betwuen ees dealer and another, much leas the retail prices. The rates quoted are gathered from the beat sources available penerally from the local pagers; but it mu't be understood that 'this journal is not answerable for their eorrectnese.J SAoE " O"m0ce, Friday evening. The following.may be taken as the current prices of the present week: Flour, per ton... fine £18 0 0 seconds £17 0 0 Wheat, per busebel. 0 6 6 to 0 6 9 Bran, per bushel..... 0 1 0 ,, 0 0 0 Oats ................. 0 2 6 .~ 0 3 0 Barley ............... O 2 6 ,, 0 0 0 Mlaize .................. 0 3O ,, O 3. Hay, per ton ......... 2 10 0 a. 8 O 0 Potatocs,percwt, new 0 4 0 ,, 0 8 6 Butter, per lb ... .. 0 0 8 , 0 1 0 Bacon, perlh........0. O 0 6 ,, 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb. (none) 0 0 0 ,, O 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ...... O 1 0 ,, 0 0 BERRIMA. Flour, £22 per ton; seconds; £2...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

igp Our Subscribers at Duntroon,. Can berra, Gininderra, and Gtindaroo,. are respectfully informed that their copies of the AGE are now fortardeŽ per coach on Saturday evenings, instead of per private runner as heretofore. JOHN GALE.

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QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

.,,QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS: I1 ' We beg to remind Sutbscribers, Adver tisers, and othe *s whose Accounts are now rendered, of the vital importance to us of undelayed settlement of the same. AMany of these accounts are of S long standing ; and we respectfully urge a return, of that consideration wsWe have ever showtn (partictdelrly throug/h the. recent depressed times) by an early responsem.to our present soli. : citations. W lhavti no desire ori in. :tention to disti'ess those whno wi tl con vince use of temporartil inhilit.y to pay;' bunt-lwe are peru.raded there are :mani, n OIihse accounts remain n~Ipid through simple negliq'jnece. To these in: particilor- we addliress m-oselves, .and sincerehl hope the' tenor of onr remr?arkc dill have the eed# of. render. .ig iany/ othermeans?of payment un necessary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

HoLLOWAY's OINTMENT AND PILLs.-Take warn ing.-The feaful number of deaths in the metropolis, and elsewere, from dysentery and diarrhoea, should putall on their guard. The first symptoms must be combatted, or collapse may come on. Holloway's ointment should be well and frequently rubbed over the belly, which should afterwards be enucased in flannel. Holloway's pills should be taken at the same time, to prevent the irregular distribution of blood, which oppresses the lining ot the bowels in these diseases. All may rely on these remedies. The ointment penetrates to the seat of the malady, where it asserts its cooling and soothing Influence: while the pills arrest the disorder and speedily bring about a cure. IMPOUNDED at Bungendore, on the Seli day of May, 1868, from Top Flat by T. Smith : One bay horse, broken, docked tall, IRor JR over 2 near shoulder, 6 years old, 141 hands. If not released will be sold on 28th May. --J. A. WILLIAMS, Poundkeeper. -PROPOSED TE'S TIMO lTNIAL TO DR. HA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

WINTER :STOCK OF S. WALKER, HI AVING- now received to hand his RECENT EXTENSIVE. PURCHASES when;ihk Sydney,. would invite particular attention to the large and extensive stock of WJaohlrqu & Q1otfan dsoods ETC.,. ETC., ETC., which, owing to. the great !epression and distrust experienced amongst. the Marcantile'com- munity, he has been enabled to secure at prices under those which have pr-vailed for some years past. The goods have been personally selected, carefully assorted. and ptirchased on the most advantageous terms. He can assure his customrers that they shall receive the b?ne-. fit of these combined advantages, which alone can assure A CHEAP SALE OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS. BUNGENDORE ANNUAL RACES. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 268& 27, 1868 JUDGE N. S. POWELL, ESQ., J.P. STEWtR?S TIIOS. RUTLEDGE, ESQ., J.P. A. MORTON, ESQ., J.P. W6 F. IIATLEY, 3ESQ., J.P. V. COOPELt, ESQ. A. XIRVINE, ESQ. TREASURER J. B. DBUKn I, ESQ. CLERK OF THE COURSE C. SCOTT,? GQ. FIRST DA...

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FATAL EXPERIMENT WITH A TIGER SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

FATAL EXPERIMENT WITH A TIGER SNAKE. (From the Melbourne Argus.) Mr. William Drummond, a police ma-   gistrate of high standing in Victoria, and for many years connected with the higher departments of our public service was on last Friday attracted by the performances of Joseph Shires, a well-known per-   sonage, who makes his living by selling a snake-poison antidote, which   was a secret preparation of his own,   and by public exhibitions, in which he al- lowed venomous snakes to bite him, he keeping himself safe by the use of his own specific. He was last week exhibiting at the Canterbury Dancing-hall, in Bourke- street. Mr. Drumnond—who was a man of great strength of mind, and has fre- quently shown himself one who scarcely knew what danger was—openly expressed his entire disbelief in the reality of Shires' pretensions. He doubted that Shires' snakes were venomous, and carried his in-   credulity so far as to resol...

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THE CONFIRMATION SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

.THIE CONFIRMATION SERVICES. OngWednesday, Thursday, and yesterday the interesting and impressive rite of con firmation was.administered, at Queanbeyan, 3iungendore, and Can',erra respectively, and in each instance was witnessed by considera ble congregations. At Qucanbeyan 18 can didates were presented to the bishop; at Bungendore, 14; and at Canberra, about 18. On all of these solemn occasions, the right'reverend prelate delivered impressive and appropriate sermons. POLICE.-The Bungendore bench of mag's-' trates (Messrs Newcombe and Powell) on last last Friday committed for trial at the next .Queanbeyan general sessions, a man named Robert Johnson, charged with stealing two bullocks,'the property. of Thomas Flynn, of Butmaroo-creek:-The charge of, horse-steal. ing preferred against Daniel Suppule;,of Mo longlo, mentioned in our last, was dismissed, the evidence going to show that the transaction partook rather of the nature'of a deal than a theft. Prisoner, it appears, went to the...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—EPISCOPAL VISITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

'iCURCHI OF ENGLANLtD.-EPISCO PAL VISITATION. Tin bishop of the diocese of Goulburn, the Rt. Rev. Mi. Thomas, D.D., who is on a tour of visitation to the churches along the southern coast and the Monar6 and Queatibeyan districts, arrived in town on Tuesday afternoon. ,Several gehtlemen started from Queanbeyan in the after noon'to meet the'bishop, and afterwards escorted him into town. Upon arriving at' the Church of England parsonage the bishop,on- alighting from-his carriage, sa luted the escort with' his' accustomed ur -banity, and thanked- them- for the 'kind ness they had envinced. S '?HURCH SOCIETY MEETINGS. In' the evening of the same day a public tea meeting was held in the school-room. 'Every effort. had been. made to 'accord to the bishop and.his: amiable lady a hearty welcome. "The school-room was tastefully decorated; and over the mantel-piece at the _western, end were :a couple of trans parencies the handiwork of the Rev A. D. Soares. The inscriptions thereon were- "Feed...

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The Age. SATURDAY, MAY 16th 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

SA2TURDAY, MIAY ltha, 1868. THE prorogation of the dreary session of 1867-8 is a positive relief. It may safely be asserted that, judging from ..the amount of legislative business ac tually gone through," one-hall of the session. has been wasted in the indul gence of: incohdrences and language, to say th~e least,. of a most unbecom inb'character on the part of niany of the members ofe our parliament; and this was carried on even .to. the latest n moment; when: the Usher of the 3lack Rod announced formally that honourable membei s were "wanted,~ The past session has been one of un precedented Icircumstances, and al tlougl a stress has been very justly laid upon the conduct -of other As semblies of a similar character, it can not be argued tbat the Parliament of New South Wales has at all improved upon .the bad examples 'that had been set ; the more espeoially as. blows were resorted to in the very chamber of. ' collective wisdom.". And we know the weakness of the parties. conicerned ...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Before his Honor Judge Cheeke.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Before his Honor Judge Chenke.) TnE crim|pal sittings were opened on M0onday, and the Court was crowded in anticipation of the first case to be heard, being that of Messrs Macpherson and Lee. Benjamin Lee was arraigned and plea4edgullty to assaulting Allan Macpherson. [MCr Lee was indicted, in substance, for having, in the Legislative Assembly, on the 28th February last, assaulted and beaten one Allan Macpherson, while the Speaker was in the chair, and during the,delibe rations of the Assembly, to the obstruction of. the business of the said Assembly, and against its rights and dignity.] His Honor said it was not his intention to pass any sentence then. He would bind Mr Lee over to appear on the first day of next Term at the Supreme Court, King-street, before the full Court, there to receive the judgment of the Court. Mr Lee was then bound over in his own recogni zances of 8500, to appear when called on for judg Allan Macpherson was Indicted for assaulting B...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

SoIonitia 1xtraqtS. A' CaPTER or CRxME.-On Wednesday last a young woman, about twenty-five yeats of age, named Isabella Reid, was escorted to town and confined in 'theagaol here en route for Goulburn, having been sentenced by the bench at Wagga Wagga to three months' imprisonment on failing to find sureties to be of good behaviour, her conduct being that of an imbecile rather than of a mad person. She is a na tive of the city of Goulburn and there are circum stances connected with her life of a painful interest. Her mother, whose name is, or rather was, for she has contract d a second marriage, Catherine Reid. She resided at the time of her first marriage in Goul burn, and after the birth of a son and daughter, the diggings at California began to attract the attention of persons in this colony, and amongst those who emi grated there was Catherine Reid's husband. He did not return until many years after, and in the meantime his wife formed an intimacy with a mas ter butcher who also ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 16 May 1868

SYDNEY. Wednesday The arrival of the bargue -Kate, from San Francisco, with a cargo of flour has caused some uneasiness amonst the holders of heavy stocks of breadstuffs,, as it'is thought pro. bable that there will still be extensive sup plies'from that quarter this season. Maize has advanced to 2s 9d and 3s -per bushel. The Messers. Nelson have given notice of their intention to apply for anew trial of the Suprene Court case of Nelson and another v. Joshua and another. Mr Ebsworth has been appointed :Man ager of the Bath'urst branch' of the Bank of New South Wales. The Varroville Stud Distrubution scheme is progressing very favourably. Samples of the shale lately discovered at Greta,lncar Branxton, in the Hunter District have been brought to Sydney and tested. The shale :doets it a?pehit to be quite equal to that found in the locality of. the works of the- Hartley Kerosene Co.' The Operatic'scason here .of the Lyster commenced onMonday,when they performed Ernani. in a style and on...

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