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

QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS. 1g We beg to remind Subscribers, Adver tisers, and others w1hose Accounts are now rendered, of the vital importance to us of undelayed settlement of the same. Mlany of these accounts are of long standing ; and we respectfully urge a return of that consideration we have ever shown (particularly througgh 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.s 'of temporary inability to pay; but we are persuaded there are many. whose accounts remain uwpaid thr6 ugh simple negligence. To.thcse in particular wee address ourselves, and sincerctj, hope the tenor of our remarks will have the effect of render 'ing any other means of paytment un necessary.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age
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THE SOLDIER AND THE SPY: A TALE OF THE SIEGE OF SABASTOPOL. CHAPTER II. THE GIPSY CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 July 1868

TILE SOLDIER AND THE SPY : A TALt Ol TIE SieGE OF SAI5BASTOPOL. CIAPTEI II. THE GIPSY C.L11P. Turning from the scene of deadly strife, where'nations meet in arms, let us now pay a visit to that land which has sent forth so ninny of her best and bravest to the East, to do battle in her name. Night had long since settled dark and deep ever a forest tract of " Alerrie England." It Was late in autumu; but though the even ings were chilly, the frosts had not yet set in so that the foliage was us yet unchanged and formed a screen as deep and impenetrable as in the leafy month of June. -The evapo ration from the chill, moist earth had ga thered in a heavy drapery of mist that hung low on the tree-tops, and veiled the army of stars that wheeled unseen in their appointed courses. In the very heart of the wooded region we have glanced at, in an open glade through which the purling of a crystal brook made merry music night and day, were pitched the low, patched and weather beaten tents of a gi...

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

TMPOUNDED at Qaeanbeyan, on the .5 2nd of July, 1888, from the Oiks, by John Houligans; driviag ts4t. Ie-aadvertised: Black hrse, near hind foot white,{ docked fail, F both shoulders, like Y over near aboulder. Present retiase, 18s 6d. Also, frbtn Cha rwond, on the 15th Jaly, by Frank hall; drivinu 8d ealhb Grey mare, pulled tailt.CI near shoulder and ribs Bay hor'e., blaze, pulled tail, off hind foot' white. 7 near .hoiiuld.*r Brown share, star. hind feet white, TC sideways over IC off ,ttulutier . Grey mare, pulted tail. AL conjoined near shoal der By filly, pulled tall, Q off shoulder Bay filly. pulled tahil, over A neur shoilder Buy fitly. star, pulled tail, qg near shoulder and Chesnnt filly, blaze. white feet, 'Z offshoulder Black len e, stur, swulch tail, like ElE oi sithoulder Buy herue, staur. nutled tail, sauldle ttiarked, over N Iet r eiear shoulder, over C ofl Chesnut ctlt off fore and both hitd feet white, JL near shoulder Brown tnurn, 'I tnear shoulder Bay mare, star a...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 July 1868

ligolonhia OixtraC(t. Tue DuKE OF EDIynuuatnj.-The Lon don Court Journal has the following in its issue of May 9th :-" Direct coiimuinica tions which have been received from the Duke of Edinburgh, fully contirin the foi votirable reports which have been published. His Royal highness expresses himself as well and comfortable, and quite recniwered. Ile was to leave Sydney on April 4th. It is uoderstood that he conics as far. us Suez in his own ship, the Galatea. After cross ing the Isthmus by rail, he will go on board a Royal yacht, which will be at Alex.mdria to receive him. A passenger from Sydney -in the mail staianers catreach London, via Marseilles, in fifty days.. The. Duke could thus arnive in London on the 24th of this mounth " (May.) The Couirt Journal liro- -fesses to be usually well informed as to the movements of the Royal faunily; but it is hardly necessary to say that we believe the foregoing piece of infirmation to he' quite unfounded, it being generally understood here...

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Local and District News. QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, JULY 20TH, 1868.—CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 July 1868

"*otali and Jistiligt'g-lettts. QUEANBEYAN DiSTucI couLIt. AMonAT, JULY 20TH, 1868, -CAUSE LIST. The following case stands postponed from last sittings. of the court: . .. o9 of 07, Wright v. Jackson, pro. note and interest, 15/5/0. Plaintiff's attorney, Mr Parr. . ltW CAUSES. 29. Brick v. Finneron,' pro. note, money lent, goads sold inid delivered, 29/19/7. 30. Rutledge v. Mullany, rent, money lent, 79/0/0. Plaintiff's attorney, Mr Freestone. S: Drosier v. lleylisi, medical 'attendance, work done, 5/0/0. 32. Drosier v. Carroll, medical attendance, medicine..and work done, 3/3,6. 33. Drosier v. Wni. Snith, medical atten dance, medicine, and work done, 3/7/6. 34. Burke v. .Weldh,_ work done, money lent,' 11/0/0. Plaintiff's atiorney, Mr Parr. 35.. Mandelson and Joseph v., *Warnier, de tinme, 12/0/0 P(laintiff's attorney, Mr Parr. 3S G. I [unt v. Bin gley, pro.. note' and in. terest, 10/17/0. Pliiintiff's attorney AMr Parr. 37. G. Hunt v. J. McIntosh, pro. note and interest, 19/10/6. ...

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THE MURDER AT MAITLAND BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 July 1868

THE MURDER. AT MAITLANDI) BAIL. An SUNG, alias :Lowv Aix Sung, has been broughit'up at .LHiargraves, - and comimitted for trial on a charge of wilfully murdering. Ralph Lee, at Muaitland Ilan, on the 9th June last. The evidence is published- iii extenso in our -Audgee contenlmpori (the WVcstern Post). The facts connected withm this bar ,aric outrage have been brought pro rninently before the public, and therefore a full recapitulation is not necessary :'-W furnish, however, some of the facts crimina ting the aecused. John Weston Chipling, the officer who apprehended the prisoner, took him into 1-largravcs, accompaniied by John Smith and Chewy Mlang. On the way the constable deposed to the following occurrence ttaking place :-About two miles from Hargraves prisoner began talking in Chinese to the in terpreter.- I asked what he was saying: John Smith said that prisoneir wanted- to tell' the scrgeant all about it. Piisomer tlhen said': *" I went to. Lee's place on Tuesday-night, and as...

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The Age. SATURDAY, JULY 18th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 July 1868

SMTU DAr, .JULY 18th, 1808. RECENTLY there have occurred more than one of tlhost gigantic insolvencies- which tend div t-very great degree to: undermine that public confidence so necessary for the carrying out of the different interests in which society is engaged. One firm or individupl failing for the trifling sum of £100,000 and another for ,C30,000 within. a very short period of each other is alarm ing to a high degree, because, .while the effects of these 'iailures. are felt in almost every direction, the available assets in each case are sot down as next to nothing. The insolvency laws, as operating in this colony, offer a.premium for. the seques tration of. estates, rather than otherwise. The-experience of an insolvency is to not a few: minds necessary in order to be come m en of the world-is, in fact, essen tial to the acquirnement of statns and no.. toriety in' commercial circles. It is, as it needs be, a mystery to the uniniated that mern who have maintained an appearance ...

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

" 11~d1' (1 9 0ltd q HCC TO THE EDITOR. Sm,-It was not with your usual judgment that you gave insertion to such a produetion as appeared in your last issue, signed M. G. What on earth have your readlers to do with any correspondence that has Leon rejeciedl by the Yass Courier ? But, having alluded to it, i-11. G. should have given Mir Brown's reason for its refusal, your readers would then have known that it was because Mr Brown would not allow his columins to he the vehicle of mitre personal spleen ; and it would seem that because he put a stopper on it, l. G. flys to you to give it vent. His production is all splecn. Ie tries, to.; to make people believe that het is sorncholy of importance. He is persuaded that Mr -De Salis would not do so and-so; and he can vouch for the whole people of Gundaroo that they look upon things, just as he does. T'lhen he dons the prophetic .cap,..titkes a long look into the future, and announces all his suppositions as to what he thinks will take plac...

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

(From Sydney Punch.) Latdst from Windsor.-11er Ma1esty sa1d she fully believed that though her Austra'ian suIjects were a -sarcy " nation, that assassination found no favour in their eves. New Title for Grandmammn's Stall.-Tbe herald angels. New Music by a Military Composer.-The Awk ward (S)qua (D)till (e)s. Why is a Hansom Cab a great arithmetical para dox?-Because two can go into one and still there is one over.

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

THE OLD AUSTRALIAN AUCTION MART, AUBURTY-f1'REA 7', GOULBURN. F. S. COHEN & CO. having leased 1. * those extensive premises in Auburn-street, Goulburn, and known as THEOLD AUSTRALIANLAUCTIONMAR T together with the large, secure, and centrally situated yards in Bourke-street, have commenced business as AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND SIATION AGENTS, AND GENERALCOMMISSION AGENTS. As General Auctioneers we are prepared to under take the sale of Merchandise and every; description of property, feeling assured that our knowledge of the Markets, *acquired by twelve years' experience, will enable;us to give exery satisfaction to those en trusting us with business. As Stick and Station Agents we have made ar rangements for transacting business in all theSouth ernoMaritets and In Sydney through our agents, by whom we are kept informed of the various markets. And for the SALE OF CATTLE AND SHEEP, we have secure yards with the necessary facilities for drafting and affording.every accommodation f...

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CHAPTER III. THE LOVER FOILED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 18 July 1868

OCuArTre III. rTUE LOVER FOILED. Well had Zerlina said that she could find her way.through the forest blindfold. Aided here by the gleums from the camp fire, that each moment grew more dime, she pursued 1 her way swiftly and unerringly, where even .a woodman might have been at fault. The dog kelpt close behind her, uttering at times a low growl, as if both conscious of danger and determined to protect her-mistress. In this manner the girl and her dumb guardian had, proceeded for perhaps about half a mile, when Wolf sprang forward with a savage growl, and disappeared in the dark ness in advance. A moment afterwards a X voice, well known to the gipsy, exclaimed "Zerlina, for the love of heaven, speak to the savage brute ! He will rend Inc in pieces !" With a wild cry, Zerlina rushed forward calling to the dog, in those tones he never ventured to disobey.. The next moment a sudden and bright light flashed on the darkness of the forest, as a lantern held in the hand of a stranger threw....

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

Every one his own Physician[ HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. TORn period of thirty years, in every country and clicne (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. Weakneso and Debility. How many persons suffer from debility without knowing the causes why they are feeble! In most cases the stomach il the aggressor. Holloway's Pills hard long been famed for regulating a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; they: are therefo:e confidently recommended as a never-tailing remedy in nil cases where theconstitu tion, from any cause, has become impaired or weakened. Diseases of the iead and Ihart. 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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Selections from Sydney Punch. ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL FROM MANLY BEACH. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

,44144tion1s fjitlent ý;ctthgr ttundt. ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL FROM MANLY BEACH..... TanasnAY. The Alenly Beach Elpreasa, limited, after having' ridden two ponies to death, arrived safely last night, somewhat out of breath, and places-us in possession of the following startling news. The Royal Mail Steamer " Phantom " had arrived out on the 14th ; she put in at Woolloomooloo for supplies, and shipped some female passengers. The natives in Woolloomooloo were quiet, and the sup ply of coap was in excess of the-demand. The'election of the Mayor for the ensuing year took place yesterday, causing great excitement. All the Aldermen were present. The scrutineers brought up their report, showing each of the seventy-two Aldermen having ozne vote oply. (It in suspected every one of these worthy gentlemen voted in his own favour.) The Mayor, in voting also in his fa your, ruled that, ex oficio, he was entitled to a cast ieg vote, and thereforo declared himself re-elected. Great o immotion...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

IMPOUNDED at Queanbeyan, on the 18th of July, 1868, from the Burra, by John Gibbs; driving, 5d. each; present release, 11/5 each: Dark grey mare, illegible brands on both shoul. ders. Black colt foal at ber.side, unbranded,. 8 months old. If not, released will be sold on'the 6th day of August. Also, on some day from same place .; driving. Sd. each; present release 9/6 each: Grey more, blaze, no brand visble, 8 years old Black colt ibal, no brand visible, 8 months old Cream-coloured or mouse-coloured colt, star, black points, no brand visible, 11 months old. If not released, will be sold on Thursday, the 18th dayeof August. H: LEVER, Poundkeeper. Queanbeyan, 24th July.

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QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT COURTI. The business of the District Court com menced immediately after the sessions business terminated. The list was light and altogether uninteresting. The following cases were struck out, chiefly through the non-appearance of the.parties concerned therein: 96 of 67. Wright v. Jackson, pro. note and interest, 15/5/0. Plaintiff's attorney, Mr Parr. 30. Rutledge v. Miullany, rent, money lent, 79,0/0. Plaintiff's attorney, Mr Freestone. 31. Drosier v. Heylin, medical attendance, work done, 5/0/0. 32. Drosier v. Carroll, medical attendance, medicine. and work done, 3/3/6. 33. Drosier v. WVm. Smith, medical atten dance, medicine, and work done, 3/7/6. 34. Burke v. Welch; work done, nonoy lent, 11/0/0. Plaintiff's attorney, Mr Parr. 35. Mandelson and Joseph v. Warner, de tinue, 12/0/0. Plaintiff's attorney, Mr Parr. In the following cases verdicts for the plain tiffs were given : 29. Brick v. Finneron, pro. note, money lent, goods sold and delivered, 29/19/7. 36. G....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

WVEEKLY CALENfDAR. floa of tile wou eeI y ofklnth. Suzo rises Sun sets Auge. SATURD)AY .. .. 3 uly 2' 7 2 5 10 5 SLINIUAY .. 7 1 5 11 6 310N flAY- .. . . 7 7 0 5 12 7 _TUJ.S11AY *.. 2 7 7 0 6 12 5 13 5 1'1I1fftlltAY... ... 550 5 1-5 10 F~tIIIAY.... .. 5. 1 0 57 5 15 11 1-irst quarter onl 0undaiv the 2ttti.sit 111i. 57ro. pmm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

HOLLOwxr's ,OINTRaENT AZD PILLS.-Disorders of the throat and clieat.--Dangerous and complicated as are the'diseases of the air passsges during many parts of the year, all their affllctions may be removed by these renowned remedies. The ointment must be well rubbed upon the sides and front part of the neck twice a day, or oftener in. diphtheria, sore throat, scarlatina, quinsy, and all maladles assailing thla highly 'sensitive part. In. meales, whooping cough, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, and asthma, Holloway's ointment should be rubbed on the chest, and up and down the back with suflicient briskness to ensure Its penetration. Holloway's pills may be reduced to powder, and taken at the same time ; they purify the blood, materially contribute to - arrest diseased action, and restore health.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLIE S TELEGRAM OOMPANI SYDNEY. Si"ednesday. A despatchfromn the Secretlai gf Stateto his Excellency the . Governor was pdublisld in the Gazette yesterday, in which it is sidted that her Majesty the Queen was greatly moved by the intelligence of the attempted assassination of the Prince, but that it had not impaired her confidence in the loyally of her Australian subjects. Dr Bland died early yesterday morning at his residence, College-street; Hyde Park. He wasik his 78th year. 'Mfr Dalley,: the barrister, has been seri ously ill since last Thursday, and can oniy be seen by his medical attendants, spiritual advisers, or immediate .relatives. be was thought to be slightly better this morning. .Mr Isaacs, the Solicitor-General, and the Rev T. Smith, of .St. Barnabas Church, who have also been very unwell, appear to be recovering. Her Mllajesty the Queen has given her assent to the law relating to Preferable Liens on Wool and Mortgages on Sheep. Mr Crackn...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday afternoon. Dr Bland was buried yesterday. His fu neral was largaly attended. Mr Dalley, Mr lsaacs, and the Rev. T. Smith are better. Good accounts are to hand from the dig gings at ,Wentworth, near Orange. Part of the Penang's cargo of breadstufs were sold today at .116, terms; the remain der was withdrawn. The Govermnent have served the Freeman's Journal with writs for £2,400 for non registration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age — 25 July 1868

Every one his own Physician! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. OR r period of ;thirty years, in every a country and clime (not even excepting China and Tartary), these Pills have established for them selves a lasting renown, suchres 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 I In rmost cases the stomach is the aggressor. Holloway's Pills have long. been famed for regulaiting. a disordered stomach, and restoring its healthy digestive tone; t they are tlierefo:e confidently recommendiji ais a never-frilling remedy in all cases where theconstitu tide, 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 ...

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