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QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

QUAI TERLY ACCO UNTS. S'. beg to remind Subscribers, Adver tisers, and others w1wse Accounts are nowo rendered, of the vital importance to us. of undelayed' settlement of the S same.. .fany of these accounts are of S long standing ; and we respectfully urge a return of that consideration we have ever shown (particularly throtgli 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 -ts of temporary; inability to pay, ;but we are persuaded there are many whlose accounts remain unpaid through simple negligence.. To these S in particular we address ourselves, aid sinwerely; hope the tenor of our remarks will have the effect of'render iizg any other means of payment un nccessa J.. *

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IMPORTANT TO WOOL GROWERS AND OTHERS INTERESTED IN IMPROVING THE GROWTH AND GETTING UP OF THE PRODUCT OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

IMPORTANT TO -WOOL GROWERS AND OTHERS INTERESTED IN' IMPROVING THEI ?G.RQWTH AND -.GETTING- UP OF TI?.HE PRODUCT OF TUIE COLONY. - ;WE -have all kinds of societies formed in various parts of the colonies:of New South. ;:Wales,-.Victoria, and Queensland, and :prizcs :awarded by them for improvements S ii the growth of cereals, pigs, short horns, wines, .&c., and the making of implemenits of ?husbandry.: The most important of our productions, hlowevr;-has been almost neglected, simply.because a'few years since everybody greow rich in growing anything that could be' called wool. Other coun tries, jealous of the sudden increase of wealth caused by theIproducction of this article, have at length by theirifompetition . reduced the value of 7S8thso? yur, once . "`favoured: security, to a very seriois ?xtent,e thus :affecting-all monetary institutions, as: well as a large classof pioneering and en terprising people.`? .-hrough seeing the atenjtion.bestowed : upointhe breeding andlgl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

CELEBRATED PREMIUM THE GROVER AND BAKER S. M. CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Lock Stitch and Elastic Stitch s933w Isra MA9azz r.ce W ITH great satisfaction announce that they have recently had the honour or sup plying two of their ELASTIC STITCH TO 3REI2 MAJEISTT'? TTI E Q TJU EE ... and that at the O Til was conferred upon the Representative of the GROVER & BAKER'S MACHINES. N.B.-It is advertised that a contemporary Sew ing. Machine was awarded the GOLD MEDAL at the late Exposition at Paris; but at the Office of the Grover and Baker S. M. Co.. 80 Collins-street, Melbourne, may be seen a certified copy of the Of1 cial Award Liat of the Imperial Commissioner, which shews that NO GOLD MEDAL was awarded to any Sewing Machine whatover. Price Lists and Samples of Work sent Post-free, on application. AGENTS : GQRDON AND GOTCH, 281,GEORGE -STREET, SYDN EY J UST OPENED at the BRAID WOOD STORE,` SQucanbeyan- Six Trunks of Boots onsisting of P Men's Colonial Boots, 8/6 ,, best Wellington Boots,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

NOTICE;. N OTICE is hereby given. that the private ROAD whichDr I)rayley,lhbe latetenant at the Oaks, was permitted to use through the lands at tached to the Oaks and .Duntroon will'ie ;future be CLOSED, and that all who attempt henceforth to use it will be treated as trespassers. CH. CAMPBELL. GEORGE CAMPBELL. 28th May, 1868. PROSPECT'UEPTS OF THE PIONEER EXPEDITION TO NEW GUINEA FOR Trading and: Exploring Purposes-. LEADER : Mri'A. Keith-Collins:. KIsa A COMMITTEE : Robert Marks, " Robert Harvison, John King, William Wilson, James King, Arthur HIlarvison, Hugh Mitchell, I Robert Kendall. With power to add to their inumber. SECRETARY AND TREASURER : , --Mr John King. TEMPOkARY OFFICE : King's Central Store. P UBLIC attention has for some time . been directed to the Island Continent of New Guinea, in a series of lectures delivered by Mr A. KEITr Cortsas, as a valuable but hitherto unculti vated field for commercial enterprise and colonisation unknown from the fact, that a few intere...

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FRIGHTFUL EXPLOSION OF AN AMERICAN STEAMER. EIGHTY-THREE PERSONS SUPPOSED TO BE LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

f FRIGHTFUL EXPLOSION OF .AN" : AMERICAN STEAM-ER. - EIGHTY-TRREE PERSONS SUPPOSED TO BE .LOST. : From the Cincinati Gazelle, illaach 10. f ABOUT noon yesterday the fine side i!wheel mail steamer Magnolia left her S iwharf at. the foot of Walnut-street, f for Mavsy sville. ;Heir freight bills were heavy,' and he. passenger list cbil - tamied the names of about 100 per 1, sns, in-addition to a crew of nearly 3-. 40persons-a total of 140 souls on board. 'ihe: passenger list was un kI usually large, and all were in the best of: spirits. Oni the boat there were . families homeward bound, merchants t,- travelling on business, and pleasure seekers. The day being beautiful, a large portion of:the passengers-were on deck, and, as the packet steamed up the river.riiiiny were'the'handker al chiefs wavedl.by, the friends on shore d to. those upward bound. Tlhe steamer Y was in" command. of. Captain J. H. e Prather; with O. F. Shaw, first clerk, Sand George Prather and Alex Elliott, ,o assistan...

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The Age. SATURDAY, JUNE 27th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

.' - ------- - SA' siTURDAY, JUvE 27ih, 188. IN almost every journal that we per use we find intelligence" ofi a most lamentable. state"of poverty existing among certain classes who: are reduced to that state, not from any fault of their own, or on raccount of any de :gree of criminality that attaches to their name, but because employment is at the present period of very limited bounds. i'o what must this be im 1puted other tlian a continual stream of emigration to our shores .from all parts of the world of persons who i have. no capital. but their labour, w. hich they aie willing to exchange for a fair wage ? Each interest that mostly requires labour:--as the pasto ral and agricultural-seems at.a dead lock, and employment of labour as in former yearsis out of' the, question, inasmuch as a want of ca'pital to.pay wages seems to exist -,almosst every where, No one: vwill- deniy lthat the present depression, or cr isis; as some persons term ".it,.is almostw itliout a parallel.. What w...

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EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS AT QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS AT QUEANBEYAN. As provided by section ,II,. No. 837 o:f the Regulations jssued' by the Council of Educa tion, WV. M'Intyre, Esq., inspector of schools in the southern districts, held : an examina tion of the teachers of the- public and: certi fied denominational schools in this district during the early part of-the week-in the pub lic schoolroom (the bdd fellows' hall) Quean' beyan. Tlie following teachers were present: MIr S.R. M'Pluiil (public school; Q'Tianbeyan), Mr. George Lane (Church of England school, Queanbeyan), .MIr Davison (Roman Catholic schdol, Queanbeyan),` Mr J: Ford '(Church of E England school, Bungendore), Mrs Chimpinn (Roman Catholic school, Bungendore); Mlr S. Viles (Church-of -England school, Gundaroo), `Mr M'Phee (Church of England school, Gin inderra), Mr Abernethy (Church , of England ;school, Canberra), and Mr Boland (Roman Catholic school Mlicalago).- The examination extended over three' 'ays-beginning on Mon day morning and being b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 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 ifor 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 slathe 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 cases where theconstitu 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. Hollo...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Wednesday. Quite a sensation has been created in com- mercial circles through the Government com- mencing the practice of exercising, their right to take goods subject to the ad valorem duty, at the value declared by the importers. A   large consignment of soft goods was handed over to valuators this week, and it appears that the declaration of the importers was about one-seventh of their estimate. Mr Byrne, the Minister for Works, left     for Dubbo this morning.     His Excellency the Governor and Countess intend to leave for Melbourne, accompanied by the Mr Martin, on the 6th July. Mr. Crause has been appointed postmaster at Gosford, in the room of Mr Coulter. The friends of Mr Darvall state that it is his intention to be back in the colony, to re- sume the practice of his profession, towards the close of the present year. It is stated that a large prop...

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THE LATE EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 27 June 1868

THE LATE EARTHQUAKE   From the Empire. June 20 Yesterday morning a number of persons   living in and around Sydney gave informa- tion of various symptoms of the shock per- ceived by them at the same time-that is, to or three minutes after 12 o'clock on Thurs-   day night. Some felt a motion from east to west, repeated several times; others merely heard the rattling of windows and glasses; some saw the moving of bed curtains. The indications of a shock were so slight that nearly all who heard them ascribed them to local causes-such as the passing of a cart, some unimportant circumstance. The line   of the motion appears to have been from Darling Point along by Paddington, Redfern and Newtown, or along the high ground on the east side of Sydney. The accounts as to the duration and wave of the duration, as also the time of its occur- rence, have been variously fixed, but we have been kindly favoured by the Supcrintendant of Telegraphs...

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

(Abridged from Greville and Co's Extraordinary) Havana, 13th May, 10 a.m. The impeachment committee. was to give their decision yesterday, but the proceedings were suspended until Saturday, when they will finally declare whether the President be guilty or not guilty. The general belief is that he will be acquitted. In the meantime there is great excitement pending the result. Forney has resigned the Secretaryship of the Senate. WEST INDIES. e Blood has been shed at the elections in Nassau. The opposition gained by a majo. rity of ten. Bribery was practised. Eng land has been petitioned to dismiss the pre. sent Governor from office. Gold, 1391. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 6. When the news of the attempted assassi-. nation of the'Duke of Edinburgh reached England, the Home News says :-"" The in formation was kept back for some hours in order to let It ne urukh.. .o... 1.mfoly othe. Queen, and we are glad to be able to say, on better authority than is usually appealed to in matters 'a...

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ARRIVAL of THE PANAMA MAIL. (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 July 1868

ARRIVAL of THE PANABAA NAIL. (Per Greville's Telegram Company.) SYDNEY. Monday evening. Tirs Panama mail steamer Rakai has arrived with English news to May 11th, and news from New York to May 12th.. The following is a summary of the chief items of intelligence : Lord Brougham died at-Cannes. News of the attempted assassination of the Duke of Edinburgh was broken to the Queen only after considerable,delay. It is generally believed in England that O'Farrell was the agent of the Fenian organisation. Great demonstrations have been made in England against the Roman Catholics. The demonstrations were attended by rioting, the wounding of a number of per sons, and the destruction of public build ings. Confidence in the loyalty of Australia is unshaken. The trial of the Fenians for the Clerk enwell explosionslis finished. Barrett was convicted and sentenced to death; the rest~of the prisoners were acquitted. Mr Gladstone: has arrived L? carried] the resolution requesting the Queen to vest th...

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LATEST FROM ABYSSINIA. London, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 July 1868

LATEST FROM ABYSSINIA. London, May 8. The Times of this morning has later and official intelligence from the English expedi tion in Abyssinia. General Napier is ex pected to start for the Red Sea coast with his entire army about the 25th of May. The city of Magdala, the city of Theodorus's palace, was burnt by the British forces. Official despatches have been received at the Indian Office from General Napier, dated at Talanta, Abyssinia, on the 21st of April. After the capture of Magdala, 30 guns and mortars belonging to theAbyssinian monarch were destroyed and the town rased com. pletely to the rock on which it stood. Gen. Napier reports that the Queen and the heir apparent to the throne are in the camp. The army will reach the Red Sea Coast during May. All the troops were well, and the army trains were well up with the advance guard of the returning forces. When the Queen's forces took possession of the fortress and works at Magdala they immediately destroyed over thirty large gun...

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REMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publication:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 July 1868

DºEHflTTA ICE3* RtEt1IV'D t. .%iUCe haut Publication~ no iA .Craig,. Braiidwood, 12/6; Mr J.1 P.Rooney, Eiiug Fturer, 26/; lr- A. Mluller, Foxlow, 40/.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 July 1868

WEEKLY CALENDAR. U~y ofth wtc. y o Snt drl isaa Sun sets Age.` SATURDWAY ..... . Juty -4 7 11 4 08 13 SUNIJAY .. ,,»1 48 1 SIOY\tAY »... ý . 710 "4 1 14 TUIESfAY .... . 7 7 10 4581) 10 WDNt)N8IAIT .. .. 71l1t 5 0 17 r'11UtSDAY... .. .. ) 7 0 6 a 38 FUIDAY..._........ .10 7;.9 5 1 It) " Fattlarmna an Sunatay. the 51&. lt 0D1. *t"U.Il al.m

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The Age. SATURDAY, JULY 4th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 July 1868

s47'LTD A I JULY4th,. 1808. ThEilarge -amount of money annually sent from the colony for the purchase. of bireadstuffs is surprusipg; and amongst those who are loudest in the cry of free trade -it is not unn tural to fins] the parties wh. derive the greatest advantage from the importa tion of wheat and flour. No one can deny that free trade has extended be nefit in many countries of large pope= Intion ; yet a protective system lhas its advocates as well as riee trade. The colony has been for along period in depiessed circuomstances,¶and we canrc t pass the fact that very many in most humble circumstances have felt the severity and inconvenience of that depression far- more sensibly than those who are possessed of worldly wealth above that of theirneighbours. We find that considerable portion of our population who, arei engaged in agricultural pursuits severely strait ened from successive losses by floods, unicertaiinty of se'ins, and bad crops. Others again, of their class have year...

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

HoLLow.Y's OINTMENT AND PILLS.-The family medicine chest that is furnished with these powerful remedies need nothing more. Indigestion, general debility, liver complaint, eruptions, sores, wounds, ulcers tumors. &c., are infallibly cured by their use. They purify tho blood and give tone and vigour to the whole system. The ointment, when well rubbed In the parts affected, enters the flesh just as salt en. ters meat, and if the pills be taken as an auxiliary, the cure is speedy, thorough, and permanent These medicaments are composed of rare balsams, without the admixture of a grain of mercury or any injurious substance. They are peculiarly mild and gentle in their action, and are as safe as they are efmicacious.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 4 July 1868

s LATEST INTELLIGENCE. b [`PER OREVILLE'B TELEGRAM' COMPAEY) SYDNEY. Wednesday. * It is reported that Mr Edmund Burton,; 3 solicitor, has been appointed -'Examiner of I Titles, in the room of the late M tAlexander Dick. The salary of the oice.is £703 per annum. Operators in wool believe that the .next s sales in Sydney-will show an improvement. A bi-weckly paper is to be established 't I Muswellbrook this month. Mr M. Lowe quotes choice pens cattle £6 Sto. £6/10 ;. good ordinary sheep @ 9/to 1/. Mr R. Campbell quotes lucerne hay ` £2/15 tb £3/15 per ton; maize .@ 2/6 per bushel. New Insolivents.-=John Moodyt, of Bath urst, writing clerk ; .Mlary. Frazer, of Green hills, Brisbane WaViter W. hf. Mealey, of Bathurst, labouri*r. [ Ey ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] rid aft ernoon. At a meeting of the Cat.,olic Associatin' held last night it was resolved to 're-opierI all the schools of tlihtilenominatio, t/rteay closed by tie Public S&hools Act. The Ion. TT. . Arnold, the Speakcr of the Le...

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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 July 1868

THE MARKETS. ' [Unless otherwise expressed, the: prices quoted in this of article are those in transactions 'between the producer O and the first purchaser; n-t. at between one dealer B and another; much less the retail prices. The ratea p quoted are gathered frum the beat sources: available- u generally from the local papers; but it .must be understood 'that this journal is not answerable for E their correctness.J B "AGE "' Office, Friday evening. B The following may be taken as the current prices of the present week:- ` Flour, per ton... 'fine £18.0 0 seconds £17O 0 'p Wheat, per bushel. 0 -5 9 to ' 6 0 y Bran, per bushel...... 0 1 0 0, 0 0 B Oats...... ..........:... 0 2 6 , 0 S 0 Barley........:........: 0 2 6 ',,- 0-010 0 Maize................ 08 0 08 . 3 B Hay, per.ton.. 0 0 ,3" 0 0 0 F Potatoes,perewtnew 0 a. 0 ,, 0 8 6 F Butter, per lb. . 0.. 0 0 8 ,, 0 1 0 r Bacon,,perlb.....:... 0 0 6 . ,, 0 0 0 F Cheese,perlb: (none) 0 0 0 ** 0 0 0 C Eggs, per dozen. 1 0 ,0 0 0 0I BERRIMA...

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

QUEANBEYAN PO T OFFICE TIME TAE ARRIVAL OF MATIIS FROM DEPARTURE OF MAILS FOR Poeg Towas. Sun. Mon. Tuea;. Wqd. Thra Fri. it. PosT TowJD. Sun. Mon Tues Wel, bt . Fri. Sa. Sydney, via P.Y. ' x .. . Sydney, A.i . AxM. A.M. Go6lburn.... 6 0 6 0 6*0 Bungendore.. 4 0 4 0 40 Bungendore . Goalburn.... Sydney, vial >,, Sydney, vial Gooderra."... 30i 0 103 0 Yanberra..... P.x. Px P.M Gininderrar.. 9 Gininderra... 10.30 10.30 1080, Canberra... J Gundaroo.. J Cooma........ A.M. A A. Micalago .. x P.u, ' P.W. Bunyan :.. 8 380 .830 .8 80 Banyan .6-30 6830 630 ýlicalago .... Cooma..... P.x Px.M A:#Y AA,.x Lanyon......... =580 PMY 5 80 P.x. Lanyon ... Wt...... A 53 5A30 A ,. Braidwoo4... 53, . .60 ... 0 Braidwood... .. 9,30 ..9,80 Southern road, U. . v Southern road via YVst .,.. 1030 1. *0 via Yan ......

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