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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

Ti .new. monster, steamer, Mooltan; built .by the" Peninsular and, Oriental coImpany, will, it is-expected, b-e ready to take. out the Australian mail= onz the 20th M?ay. .An AmSHxIuE QUEEN.-It is. seldom that a country. village, can claimi an inti •mate connexion with: a: crowned head. But ? the ;village of Stewarton,' in this county; possesses that honour. We ob serve a' lettir published in the Arbroath Guaide, from an officer . on .board of one of her .Majesty's 'cruisers in the South seas, stationed at Honolulu, the capital of the Sandwich islands, which contains the following:- .' The prime minister of the government is Mr. Wylie, a- native ofAyrshire,vwhose daughter Emma es :poused King Kamehameha' some years ago, and now occupies the throne 'of.the Saiidi~ichi islands."' The king and queen are thus, described:i-'- The kifng is a pure blooded :'Kanakia' (as the natives are .called,)and .a tall fine-looking man, of . as stately a preserice, and as polished m'anners as you will ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

ES`ii;REST J14 ON SAI)nLIERI-h -Th areh -swinidler Johnl - Sadliier, has ibeen- arrested. Oere, where he hhas? lotig =passedi inder'= thd i name of Mires-I His defalcations--foi he has "- ,begn tiiianiniig,-and mjwindling, and news. p aper ownepshýi onceimore-amount to some. millions of francs. It s thought that for - nearly a century, no such a~ful crash has co curred with :r spoct to. tle speeulations of a single Individual. None so gigantic has been known within the mem:x'ory?of any- one ;living. -his own previous fitud: excepted? Mires; as he was called; appeare ??f'.inxtt!e world saud denly, a few years ago,. No one -knew froni whence hb cameori who he was. The remotest point to" whilch he: catn bo traced backwarid, was about four yeiars i ago and he was then not above moderate meansi c He has passed for ;a Jew;iýandi no doubt, with a gullable 'worldi this hel'ped to ispreiadthe idea that he was immensely ribc Hi: l traisactions have been on' a scale largo enough for Rothschild...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GREAT RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

GREAT RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT. (From the Yass Courier.) On Sunday last, inspector Sanderson and trooper Pentland proceeded under instruc'iKus to, arrest some of those who had taking leading part in the riot .of the 30thli ultiU,. Three persons were so apprehended, one:,; hI!!c leaving the Roman Catholic chapel, ano:ctr on the main creek, and another at the ,:;l',I; Rush. One of these was a German, a ,tr penter, who had carried t banner at the- ,'?;s rivot, and another a servant of Mr. M'Gurrcii, the storekeeper. The prisoners were confined   in the lock-up at the camp. About half-pri,:, seven o'clock the same evening, another "roll up " took place at Tipperary Gully, for tl :: ostensible purpose of releasing the three pri soners. On their way to the camp, the mot, which at first amounted to some twelve o: fifteen hundred persons, compelled all. whom they met to join their ranks, and by half-past ten o'clock, the hour at which they arrived at head-quarters, the number had i...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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INSECT APPETITE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

INSECT APPETITE. (FnoMc " ONCE A WEEK," rARcH.) The man who wished he had a throat a mile long, and a palate all the way, might envy the feats performed. in the world of insignifl cance. Some insects are endowed with an appetite so keen, and a digestion so rapid, that .they eat incessantly. throughout'! their whole lives. They begin as soon as they are blorn, and go steadily on till they die. 'Their" existence is a feast without a change of plates, or? pause between courses. Morning, noon, and night their mouths are full, and an end less profusion of favourite food gratifies the unwearied palate.. They know not the names of meals. Breakfast commences at iifancy, rind their only. after-dinner nap is a passage to another state of existence. This is generally the case with grubs, where the eggs from, which they are. produced are laid in the food on which they' live .'"hey thus. lose no time iwhen they come into the worid. "Everything is preipared for them. Their work is to eat:': They ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

S'=?R -ý" - SCHOONERS 'ill leave'. -. p6/i the VICTORIA WVHARF on the. :.: ?k~ "1 6th and. 26th of every :monith for ;the CLYDE, and land Goods at Mr. RICH ARDSON'S WHAIRF,' NELLIGEN. Freight; 20/. " Ton, measurement and dead: weight. Return Freights of WOOL, at a nominal rate.; ?: Foi ia'tic ii'rs aipl a ttlhs Office ; or, to d- A :McKUFFERY, AGENT, Victoria Wharf, Sydney.. Drays. Drays;. 'Drays. AYLIS'S well-known first and second class polo and Box DRAYS, and Guard Iron Pole DRAYS warranted to run well and to carry 3 -or 4 tons -each,- all" madp of the best seasoned timber and Iwork manship ahlways on hand.' 488 George-street, near Bathurst-strdet; Sydney. Country orders punctually attended to. N.B.-Be not deceiv-. ed ; if you want a really good article, go to Baylis, who will supply you" at lower "prices than any other house in Sydney, and who for the last 20 years has been known to turn out the most and best articles in the Colony. Opening of the Kidderminster' Carpet and- Floo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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A CALIFORNIA TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

.A CALIFORNIA TRI?AL. A fellow named Donks was. lately tried at Yuba city; for entering a miner's tent and seizing a bag of gold dust .valued at eighty four dollars. The testimony showed that he had once been employed there and know exactlywheroe the owner kept his dust; that in the night he cut a slit in 'the tent, reached in, took the 1bag, and then ran oIf. Jim Buller, the principal w'itness, testified "that he saw the hole cut, saw :tho man reach in, and heard him run away. " I put for him at once," continued the wit ness, " but when I cotched him I didn't find 13ill's bag; ;it was found afterward, where he had throwed it." Counsel for the prisoner-" How far did he get in when he took the dust," Bullet--" Well, lhe was stoopin' over-c about half in, I should say." Couinsel-", May it.please your honour, the indictment isn't sustained, and I shall demand an acquittal on. the .dirn tion of the court. The testimony is clear that he made an open ing, through which lihe protruded hims...

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General Intelligence. GREAT SNOW-STORM AT KIANDRA [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

-0 .GREAT. SNOW-S"TORM AT KIA.NDRA F rom th/i 1LTon.aro 1lTercury. ATr the present moment Kiandra is completely encompassed with snow, without any possi bility of either ingress or egress, and has been :so for the past eight or ten days. On the road from Tumut we believe matters. are as bad as on this side. The first intimition that any difliculty was in the way 'in the shape of snow -'as from Mr. Roberts, Who left with the ma'l on lust Sunday week. Mr. Roohan followed as usual on the Tuesday niorning, and though he ex perienced :great difficulty and danger, suc ceeded in getting his mail in. Several drays having in company forced a road he followed in their wake B13ut his return was a matter 'of much greatei diffiichlty. During the time he was there the snow kept falling; and on his return he hldd a very narrow "escape with his life. He was walking with the mail bags at the time,; and fell into one of the holes some depth; by standingion the bags, and the use .of asptdce, he mannag...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LATEST FROM LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

LATEST FROM LAMBING FLAT. YESTERDAY'S Goulburn Herald says :-A gen- tleman arrived in town yesterday who left Lambing Flat on Sunday. Everything up to that time had continued perfectly quiet, and according to his statement there was nothing in the appearance of the diggers or the dig- gings to indicate that any struggle whatever, or any disorders had taken place. CLEAN "BOWL OUT." - To Adolp the colo- nial phrase, a clean " bowl out" took place at Major's Creek a few days ago. A horse, the property of a digger, at Major's Creek, which had been let lose to graze, rather astonished his owner by arriving home fully equipped with all the accoutrements necessary, for a journey. It is needless to state that the ani- mal was not allowed to leave, and the saddle and bridle were also detained. It would ap- pear that some person oblivious of the dis- tinction between meum and tuum had made themselves too free ,- far too free with the animal, but his sagacity upon being left alone, probably fo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, we are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 25 July 1861

Letters to the Editor. -0- [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed   under this head; nor are we in anywise answerable for   the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--Your "Correspondent," at Collector, has   not signed his name; which he ought to do. I give him the benefit of a doubt; but he adheres to the original article, and says,--   "Mr. Hulbert's denial of ownership to the fa-   mous keg of brandy is absurd; nor can any one who knows his habits term his attempt at a show of indignation other than perfectly ludicrous. After that confession of ANIMUS, or as logicians would say, QUO ANIMO, with what intent was the suppression of "REVEREND" made in the origi-   nal article, I need hardly add more than, let your ''Correspondent" publish his name, and he can duly be attended to.   Sir, your obedient servant, D. P. M. HULBERT, M.A.,     Colle...

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ABORIGINAL POEMS FOR INFANT MINDS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

ABORIGINAL POEMS FOR INFANT MINDS. ~By Lord'Macaulay's New Zealander. Chackabpo, chickaboo; chuckaboo, chew, Mark baby over with pretty tattoo; 'Cut in the pattern like open work-tart; Rub in the powder and make baby smart. II. Catch a little white boy, catch him by the leg, Kill a little white boy, get the crumbs & egg; Fry a little white boy, do him brown and dry,: Put him on the table with the missionary pie. III. Tattoo him, tattoo him, artist man, So we will, father, na fast as we can, Prick him and pat him, and mark him with V, For the name of the Queen that lives over the sea. IV. Will my baby go a courting, Yes, and so my baby shall; Take his club and bang the lady, That's the way to court the gal. V. O fie, naughty Wang-Wang, don't scratch brother, You're spoiling his pattern," you mischiev dunce; Live iiie good little cannibuls, love one ano ' ; 'ther- Or Mamma'll take you both, dear, and eat you at once. VI. Wbhit, cry when I'd cook you, not like to be stewed ! Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

Opening of the Kidderminster Carpet and Floorcloth Warehouse, . .CORNER OF MARKET & PITT STREETS SYDNEY. `His Establishment OPENED on TUESDAY, 2nd LAPRIL, with an entire assortment of Brussels, Tapestry, Pile, Kiddermninster, and Victoria Felt Carpets. 1Hair Seating, all widths; American Leathers, Cocoa Fibre Matting, China Matting, all widths; Floorcloths, for hall and stair pas sages; .Door Mats, Fringes, Brass Cornice Poles, Cedar ditto, Brass Stair Rods, all widths; and everything connected with house furnishing. Mattrasses and Palliasses made to order. Carpets made and laid down at 3d. per yard, by a-good hand. PARKER & BATES, Proprietors. pETTY'S HOTEL; Church hill, Sydney, Proprietor J. W. ROACH, who begs respectfully to acquaint Squatters, Merchants, Traders, Families, and others who may visit Sydney, that he has taken and re opened this WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISH MENT, in which all the advantages of a first .ate hotel are combined with the cothforts of a private r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

Or THU COMMERCIAL STORES, CO?,:-ECTOR.: JOHN W HEATLEY RESPECTFULLY informs, h1is old1 Friends, and the :Public of, Collector: and its neighbourhood, ta lil the above Estab lishmont vill be -- --- OPENED ON IOCNDAY NEXT,.. with an excellent and .varied; assortment. of Goods, comprising everything expected to. be' met with in a COUNTRY STORE,'such as ' GROCERIES: IRONMONI0GERY.. DRAPERY. : SMILLINERY : r STATIONERY :.. DRUGS, &c., &o., which will be found upon trial to.posess both, the qualities of Cliealpness and Superiority.:, In. addition to the foregoinig, Mrs. Wi: is prepared to execute orders-in' all branches :of .ýt ,-1 : .-h , at a mere shade above the 0 oulburn Prices. One call will satjsfy as to the' real advann 'tages to be obtained by purchasing at: the COMMERCIAL STORES.: 'C K INGSBOR.,OUGH, C Draper, Silk. Mercer, and. General Outfitter, Wellingtonf House,. 529, Brickflcld Hill Sydney, begs to inform his country cus tomers and the public generally, that ...

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LATEST NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (Greville and Bird's Telegram to Goulburn Chronicle.) Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

LA.TEST.. NEWS. [PER ELEcTRIO TELEGR HII] (Greville and Bird's Telegram "to Goulburh Chronicle) - iTuesday Evening. Disastrous floods in the Hunter District. The river rose twenty-three feet abovo its usual level, and the water was a foot deep in West Maitland, but is now subsiding. Mr. Cowper sails to-day for Melbourne. The Empire'says, Martial Law.will bot be proclaimed at Burrangong at present. The diggers are quietly at work, but a collision is thought inevitable if the authorities arrest the ringleaders. A new rush has taken place at Chance Gully, which is turning out well (Goulburn lerald's Telcgranm.) It is understood that the Governor will re ceive Mr. Greig on Thuirsday, to present the petition entrusted to him by .the Lanmbing Flat people. His Excellency has not, - how ever, yet consented to receive Messrs. Torpy and Baker.

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REMARKS ON MEN AND THINGS. No. 2. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

REMARKS ON MENT AND' THINGS.: (Contributed to 'the-Golden;Age.) Br OMEGA. . IT is a sad feature in'human nature, the scorn with which one man regards another; altholu as a general rule, this feeling is not oponly exhibited; it chooses ratherl to display itself in private, because the pretence and :false ap pearances which aboifnd in this world find it expedient to conform as nearly as possible to the profession which all 'men who would lbe considered respectable find it conveiient 'i6 make,-that is, a show openly of -those prin-: ciples which are taught in the Bible. - This is going too far, is it ? W" hat ? It amounts to slander, does it ? Stop a bit, and I will. en cdeavour to show that it is human nature in its natural state; and that it is not only true, but of daily occurrence. Is it goirig too' fri; to say that; hypocrisy envelopes human nature as the mantle covers the outward man? and that it clakes those feelings of bitterness'which are boiling and sweltering in the heart, l...

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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

POST'OFFILCE. AEREIVALS.' From"SYDNEY ((ia Bungehdore),-~Ionday, Thursday Saturday, at Eleven a.m. , (ia Gunadroo),-Wednesday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From COOMA,-Monday, Wedncsday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-Weducsday and Saturday at Eight a.m. DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (via Bungcndore),-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at line a.m. (via Gunidaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, a3 Six, a.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To LANYON,-Sunday and Thursday, at Three p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

BIRTH. At her residence, Gudgenby on the 24th of July, Mrs. Alexander McKeahnie jun. of a daughter.

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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

* tropýtlt Thtitzltt. -0---- According to the last census, ittakes 75 paper-mills and 2,000 steam engines to supply the book and newspaper pub lishers in the Uuited States, at a cost of £5,400,000 per annum. Agents have arrived in England from. America, by the Persia, to purchase .Armstrong and -other rifled' cannon; also, nearly 200000 rifles and revolvers. `NAvAI, M'OVE MENTS IN EuuorE.-The Nord has the following :-" The Spanish' government have collected a numerous fleet in the bay of Algesiras, and all people are speculating as ~'i; the object of bringing ,togeter so large a naval at. the present time. The simple-minded say thlat it is meant to .operate upon Gibraltar,-and to expel the English from. that stronghold.. Others believe tlat the object is to show ?that Spain, like Italy, is entitled to be considered a great power; but all are asking what .can it mean. 'It is beyond a doubt that the Spanish army is on a respectable foot ing, and that the treasury for two cen turies wa...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

- 'AL jnA.us THURTSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. THE public mind is scarcely composed after the painful intelligence of the unhappy death of the man LurTON at Burrangong,' when news most harrowing reaches thle colony of the atrocious mur der of the REv. Mir. and Mns. GonDo?, a zealous missionary and his wife, by the, relentless savages 'of :Erroinanga The circumstances under which the for mer misguided man and. the" latter de voted couple met with their fate are very.. dissimilar. LUPToN was engaged in a breach of the peace and in defiance of lawful authority, when, sudden des truction came u'pon him unawares, and in a moment he was hurried to his doom. MR. and Mus. GonDno had, with the truest devotion, consecrated their lives to the arduous and difficult task of evangelising the heathee. For this sole object they had, with commendable self denial, ."left all,"--given up, the' thou sand ties and attractions of civilised life, -.and fixed their humble-abode on the shores 'of Erromanga., wheri...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE     POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. ASSAULT.-Thomas Kennedy, admitted to bail on the previous Thursday, and John Ken- nedy, on summons, appeared before the Police Magistrate and W. F. Hayley, Esq., to answer the complaint of Michael Reilly, district con- stable of Bungendore, for having assaulted   him on the 17th instant. Mr. Freestone ap- peared for the defendants.-From the evi- dence of the complainant it appeared that on the day stated he was on duty at Bungendore, and went to Mr. Carroll's inn. There was a mob there; complainant met defendant, Thomas Kennedy, who called him aside to the end of the verandah, saying he wanted to speak with complainant. There he charged him with having taken a mean advantage of his brother in summoning him some time back. Complainant said he would have no- thing to say to him on that subject,-the the court had already settled that question; and then went into the inn, in order to avoid defendant. D...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

----o LATnnIxc FLAT.-The following is an- x tract from a private letter we have received,, dated Allandale, July 22nd :-"" Everything is in the most quiet and orderly state here at present. No robberies have taken place since the police left. Very little business doing. The want of cash to purchase gold is much felt; we are a deal more anxious to see the banks back than the police."-Yaas Courier. TIE NAVAL BRaADE.-«" The gallant tars left -the Fawn a little after nine a.m., on Thursday, loudly cheered by the crews of the different vessels lying at the Circular Wharf; each man armed with a revolver, a carbine, and cutlass, and provided, moreover, with that very necessary and useful article on the road -a blanket. They took with them a nine pounder field-piece, belonging to the ship, be - sides the- necessary ammunition for making their destination. Their cleanly, neat, sprightly, and well disciplined appearance was' the theme of general remark as they mnarched towards the railway sta...

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