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A DREADFUL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

A DREADFUL STORY. During the .drilling of an oil well at Tidione, Pennsylvania, recently, :a: sudden rush of. oil, at the rate of 70 barrels an hour, took place, the stream ascending 41 feet above the surface of. the ground Above this mass of oil the gas or benzine rose' in a cloud for 50 or 60 feet.: All the fires in the neigh bourhood were immediately extinguished, ex cepting one 400 yards:'distance. The fire from this "gnited'the floating gass, .and in a moment the whole air was in roaring flames. As soon as the gas. took fire the head of the jet of oil was in a, furious blaze, and falling like water from a fountain over a space of 100 feet in diameter; each drop'of oil came down a blazing globe of boiling oil. Instantly the ground was in' a' flame, constantly increased and augmented by the falling oil. At once a scene of indescribable horror took place. Scores were thrownllat, and for a distance of twenty feet, arid mnimbers 'horribly burnt, rushing blazing from the hell of. mis...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Aug. 1. TRADE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

ornmelttcicial wntetilenqee. ------- "GOLDEy AGE" Office, Aug. 1. F TR ADE REPORT. Little or no business transactions of any importance worth noticing for the past week. There is some slight F advance, as will he seen on referring to the quotations be low, in some descriptions of produce, which has naturally F caused an advance in the price of flour. GS' Tle Prices quotcd below have reference only to trasac lions between tlhe producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKETS. Flour, per toii, fine £28; seconds, £22. Bread, 8d. T Sd sd 7 Wheat, per bushel, -... . .. 7 0 to 0 0 Bran, ditto ... ... 1 3 to. 0 0 'Maizeo,ditto ... . ... 6 0 to 0 0 '_ley, ditto ... ... ... . ... 4 0 to 4 6 Oats, ditto '.. ..:.. . C.' 6 to 0 0 - fIIay, per ton, .... 41. to l. 1. Butter, ... 0 9to10 1 Bacon, . 0 7 to 0 0 Cheese, ... 3 0 to 0 7 Eggs, .. 1 0 to 1 G Potatoes, per cwt. s. Fat Cattle, 5i. 10. to 71. 10s.; Calves, 11. 15s, ver head. Sheep, 15s. to 20s., per head; -, Pigs, 6d. per pound lides, ?As. ...

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

'CONMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. IT is.: hereby ntified, that this BRANCH has been established for -the transaction of all usuikl Banking busineidss. Current accounts opened for any amount. No accounti.allowed to be overdrawn. Interest. is allowed on Fixed. Deposits :as follows: Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal 2 V cent J' annum. Ditto to six ditto.........3 ,, Ditto to. twelve ditto..... - -, Drafts are issued on the Head 0111ce, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of theBank at GouLnunN. SnOAIIArVEN' YAss ?annYOROaJOGU, MocrIo r - (Queensland) AanuitY Coon?.A WorrLoNooa EDEN (Twofold bay) MrAITLAD . BuinowA KrIarA, BunnANo6 a Also, VICTORIA' 'S. AUSTRALIA TASMANIA GREAT BRITAIN IRELAND, &o. WALTER SCRIVENOR, July 1st, 1861. MANAE. ' A TWO CLIPPERD C. SCIOONERS will leave the VICTORIA WHARF on the Oth and 26th of every month for the CLYDE, and land Goods at Mr. RICI-I ARDSON'S WHARF, NELLIGEN. Freight, 20/. .' Ton, measurement and dead weig...

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Gems from Poets. SITTING BY THE FIRE. [AN OLD MAN'S REVERIE.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

Gems from Poets. SITTING BY THE FIRE. [AN OLD MAN'S REVERIE.] GLEESOME children were we not ? Sitting by the fire, Ruddy in its glow, Sixty summers back-- Sixty years ago ! Laughing voices filled the room; Oh! the songs we sung ! When the evenings hurried by-- When our hearts were young. Pleasant faces watched the flame-- Eyes illum'd with mirth And we told some merry tales, Sitting round the hearth ! Sitting by the fire, Ruddy in its glow, Sixty summers back -- Sixty years ago! Beauty stooped to bless us once ! Sitting by the fire, Happy in its glow, Forty summers back-- Forty years ago ! Words of love were interchang'd, Maiden hearts we stole; And the light affection throws, Slept on every soul ! Oh ! the hours went flying past-- Hours of priceless worth; But we took no note of Time, Sitting round the hearth ! Sitting by the fire, Happy in its glow, Forty summers back Forty years ago! Oh ! the nights--the nights we spent, Sitting by the fire,   Cheerful in its glow, T...

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, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 August 1861

Letters to the Editor.     [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,--Having been in the Court at Queanbeyan on Thursday last, during the hearing of the case   of District-Constable Rielly against Thomas and   John Kennedy for assault, and having heard the whole of the evidence, I, in conjunction with many others, was very much surprised to hear the decision of the Bench, which was as clear a case of putting the saddle on the wrong horse as ever I saw. The whole of the evidence went to show that Rielly committed the first assault. His own, and only witness, Mr. Carroll, admitted that he did not see the commencement of the affray, while the whole of the witnesses for the defence distinctly stated that Rielly struck the first blow. To use scriptural language, "out of the mouth of two or ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

Native Dogs. :CORE's MAGIC PASTE~for the inunediate destruction of NATIVE DOGS. This preparation will bo 'on ndinvalu able, as it is readily, eaten, and proves almost immediately fatal. Sold at this Oflice, ino Pos 1/. each. " ON -SALE, AT the Offi'ce of this Paper, MASTERS' AND SERVANTS' iFORMS OF AGREEMENT. NOTICE. Adelong and Tumut Agency. MjR. a OHN WHEATLEY 1s the appointed Agent for this.Paper for the above-mentioned places, and is' instructed, to receive Subscribers' names, moneys, and orders for Advertising. NOTICE. Burrangong Goldfields Agency. JR. JAMES - FRASER, Snowy River Stores, Nenx Rush, is a duly appointed Agent for the GotDEN AGE and' is 1 authorised to receive Subscribers' names, Advertising orders, and moneys. NOTICE. Brooks' Creek GolditeldsAgency. SnJ . D. McLEoD' isi#1 authorised agent fo .the i Golden Aye on the tabovc iggings, and will supply single , copies, receive subscribers' names, advertise aInents, and orders for job :priniting, for this paper. The GO...

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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 — 8 August 1861

LAT.ESTI NEWS. [PER ELEOTRIC, TEL1G1RAPH.]% (Grecille and Bird's aTelegram to Goulburan Chronicle.) T'uesday Evening. Mfajor Wen tiorth wis buued to day, aL Pa~inmtta Byrnesh-us been returned fo tf e Hunter. ' r :. £h aithiuities are reinstating the Chrnese initheir claitis at LambinghFlat, Several. rioters have been arrested George Kennedy has beencommiitted for.the imurder of. Edcwin Bi-ownvr the second mate of the shipsM'rcianus. lorpy. one of the delegates from Birr rangong was arrested yesterday, but wvas bailed out. There `was a` public meeting held last night to petition Government to tp point Commissioners, to investigate the disturbances at Lam bing PFlat before ta king military.steps.

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Aug. 8. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

(1 no trical 1ntecihenee. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Aug. 8. fib 27ae Prices quoted belosw have reference only to transac tions betwoeen the producer andjfirst purchaser. QURANBEyAN MARKETS. Flour, per ton, line £24; seconds, £22. Bread, 8. .., -- a d s d Vheat per bushel, ... ... . 6 to 0 0 Bran, ditto ;.: ... ... .:, 1 3 to 0 0 Maize, ditto ..: * 0 0 to 0 0 Barley ditto,....,, ... ... 4 0' to 4 6. Oats ditto ... .... ... ... 6 a to 0 0 Hay, per ton, .... .... 4. to 61.-' Butter, 0. 9 to 0 11 Bacon, .'. 0 7 to" 0 0' Cheese, ... 3. O to 0 .7 | Eggs, ... 1 0 to 1 0 Potatoes; per ewt. ... is. Fat Cattle, 61. 10s. to 71. 10s.; Calves, 11. 15s, ner Bead. Sheep, 15s. to 20s.; per head; rigs, 6d. per sound Hides, 5s. 6d. to Cs. each Sheepskins, 4,d. to 6d lb. Iallow, per ton, 281. to,801., for good samples. Carriage, per ton,-Sydney to Queaabe yan, 81. 10s. to'101. Queanbeyaia to Cooma, 41. lOs. to 51. QuOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. " . - Tine flour, 241. Seconds, 221. Pollard ... *... 31 d. Bran ......

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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

POST OFICE. ARRIVAtS. Fro SYDNEY (via Buigehdore), Monday, Thursday *Saturday, at Eleven a.m. (via Gundaroo),-Wednesday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From COOMA,-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Eight n.m Prom LANYON,-Weduesday and Saturday at Eight an.m. DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (viaBungendore),-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Nine a.m. (via Gundaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, a; - Six, ea.m l1o COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon. To LANYON,-Sunday and Thursday, at Three p.n.

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FLOGGING IN PRISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

FLOGGING IN PRISONS. roe .The" practice of flgging in pri- in son1s is carried on-in a" manner eil which cannot fail to excite the. su utmost indignation. The follow- ro ing facts: will. not be read.. with of patience bysuicli as have any trace m: of humane feeling for the youths w] ,vho are incarcerated in our pri- th sons; who' are likely to receive fli very little improvement from- the pc physical pangs they have to en= pE dure. hc We have before .:s a list of th cases in which the sufferers' age of ranges from 8 to 13; and no one as with the feelings of a man can tr r'ead. ,it without a .determination cc to exert his influence and employ tc his utmiost. power to remove the n] disgrace which theseenoirmities ci bring on .our criminal legislature. s] In 'Knuitsford 'gaol a :child of tl eight years, for "-repeated mis- tl condiut," had to submnit .to 24 u lashes. In Faversham two chil- s< dafei, nine years old each, recei- ap ved 15 lashes each, for stealing. ,. a few' a...

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Select Poetry. ONE BY ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

ONE BY ONE One by one the sands are flowing, On by one the moments fall; Some are coming, some are going : Do not strive to grasp them all. One by one thy duties wait thee, Let thy whole strength go to each; Let no future dreams elate thee, Learn thou first what these can teach. One by one (bright gifts from heaven) Joys are sent thee here below; Take them readily when given,   Ready too to let them go. One byy one thy griefs shall meet thee Do not fear an armed band; One will fade as others greet thee, Shadows passing through the land. Do not look at life' s long sorrow, See how small each moment's pain; God will help thee for to-morrow Every day begins again. Every hour that fleets so slowly, Has its task to do or bear ; Luminous the crown, and holy, If thou set each gem with care. Do not linger with regretting Or for passing hours despond Nor, thy daily toil forgetting, Look to eagerly beyond. Hours are golden links, God' s token, Reaching Heaven, but, one by one, Ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

BUTCHERING ES T AB LISHM MEN T, MONARO-STREET, "EBACDLSFE EssoE~E MACQUOID-STREET. P. J. McAIASTIER , fN gratefully acknowledgin`g the I extonsive patron.agelie has hithito re caived at. his. Head Establisment.in Monaro street, respectfully begs.to .inform. his Custo -mers and the Publio that he 'has taken Mi*. ROLFE'S. Business In. Macquoid-street which lie Intends carrying on as a BRANCH ES TABLISHMENT, and trusts that his style of doing business will merit generl approbation. NOO CREDIT will- on any consideration.be given at the ]3ranch<Shop in Macquoid- stieet, nor arny new iccount opened at the. Head Establishment, except by special arrangement with the Pro prietorfr 1 Queanliehnu August 7th; 1861 :; IQ;OTICE. LL Persons indebted '.toy the ""A . Butcliering Establishment of thelilu dersigned, are requested to call and settle the r respective claidm s withoutr dely. P."J. 3MoALISTER. Quennbeyan, August7th, 1801.: NOTICE. JOHN IEKELLY, ivho.was lately employed by Charl...

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Miscellaneous. THE LAST HALF-CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

THE LAST; HALF-CROWN. Huan MILla the geologist, journalist, and: I man of genius, was- sitting in his newspaper t officelate one dreary';.winter mnight. The - clerks had all Ieftiand he was preparing to go': when a quick rap cane to the door. He said,' "Come ini," and looking towards the entrance saw `a little ragedi1child all wet with sleet. Are ye Hugh Miller? " Yes." "Mary Duff wants ye." '"What does.she want?' She' sdeem (dying). Some misty recol lection of the.name made him at once set out, and with his well-oknown plaid and stick, he 1 was soon striding after the child, who trotted through the now, deserted High street into - the Cannongate. By. the time he got to tho. Old Playhouse Close, Hugh had revived his memory of Mary Duff a lively girl who had been bred up beside him in Cromarty. The last time he had seen lier was at a brother mason s marriage, where Mary was "best maid," and lie best man." He seemed still to see her bright young careless face, her tidy short gown, and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

DIED, On the 31st July, at his residence, Gundaroo, after a long illness, Mr. ROBERT CLARKE, aged 44 years, leaving, a widow and large circle of friends to deplore their loss. Mr. Clarke was the first white native of Wind- sor.

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

-0 ---o- - GUTNGAGAI DIOGINOs.--A 'SIXTY-oFtR Oz. NTTGGET!-These dtggings appear to, promise well, and on Wednesday last two lads were lucky enough to find a nuigget of the precious' metal weiuging 04 ounces.7 dwts. Such Inckl is likely to draw to this quarter some of those. miners who find Burrangong ioo unquiet; and f are looking out for a more peaceable, and a I better paying field for their labours.-Goul burn chronicle. BURRAmoING DIGGINGs.-The Yassý Courer I of Whdncesday. says :-" Two new rushes have, taken ~pnlee, and "promise to turn out well. One is about three hundred yardsit frorm the s Great Eastern Hotel, between Chance Gully and Golden Point. A cart load of washing stuff, (about 60 buckets) yielded s40 oz0., :and V the poorest.claim opened turns out 2,dwts. to the tub. Tho si'nking is from 40 to 70 feet, water somewhat troublesome. About 1000 men 'at work here, and the is a rush to it froni all parts of the diggings. The other rush is at Back Creek, and as there is- qu...

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Local Intelligence. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. CEREMONY OF LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

3 rcaI AifeIt itinc. ODDF ELLOWS' HALL. CEREMONY OF LAYING THE FOUN DATION STONE. LAST Monday~was quite a high day in Quean beyan; especially to the Oddfellows of the iLoyil Happy Home Lodge. The ceremony 'of laying the chief corner stone of their new - Hadl 4v'as celcbrated with all due honour. At one o'clock p.m.,, the members of the lodge with several brethren from Gundaroo, marched in piocession form the lodge-room to the site of the proposed building, preceded by a band of music, diessed in full regalia, and bearing with them the dispensation and other insignia of their order, including banners and flags of various devices. The site of the new Hall was also gaily decorated with the Union Jack and other national flags.' On reaching the site, the procession formed an avenue leading from the street to the cor-, ner, where the foundation stone was already suspended to be lowered at the proper time into its final position. There was a very large and respectable assembly, including s...

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Letters to the Editor. [ We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same. ] THE LATE DISTURBANCES AT LAMBING FLAT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

o---0 - [.We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the saiime.] ' ,TI' LATE DISTURBANCESAT LAMBING' FLAT.. TO TlEn EDITOR or 'THE GOLDEN AGE . Sir,-I notice by the codrrespondehce in -everal of the leading papers of the colony, that Ca6tain Zouch and the men under his. comniand ase com mended for their conduct uin ,the late afray. I myself, as a resident on : these gold-field,-and that a peacecble one, too,- cannot see hat their conduct in the above affair deserves any credit at all, but rather the severest comment on the part of tie respectable portion of, the community. In the first place, in the eat roll up" on last Sunday night week, the diggers proceeded to the camp for the release of i the prisoners, aiid for them only. Captain Zouch would rot release them on good bail. No doubt it was .'is instructions not ao do so But why evidtucie the camp and release the prisoners on their own 'bail the followinJg fnight...

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LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

LAMBING FLAT 'To the courtesy of editor of the "Yass Courier we are indebted for the fol- lowing intelligence, which we are reluctantly compelled to abridge from an Extraordinary received from that gentle- man last night. Young, 10 p.m., Friday, August 2, 1861. The police, military, and naval bri- gade arrived here at two p.m. on Wed- nesday last. A. crowd of about 150 to 200 were on the Camp Reserve to see them arrive and saluted them wiith jeers and laughter and " joe-ed"' them pretty considerably. An attempt was made to cheer the blue jackets, but it was drowned in the noise of ' joe-ing ' There was no breach of the peace. The. people quietly dispersed. About ten o'clock this morning the forces proceeded to Tipperary Gully for the purpose of making arrests. Inspec- tar Sanderson soon arrested five men for taking part in the riots of 30th June and 14th July, Not the slightest resis- tance iwas attempted. Going through the town Saunderson arrested another man. A search was made for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

"CON1MEROIAL BANKING: COMPAY OF' SYDNEY. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. T is hereby notified, that this BRANCI-I has been established for the transaction of all usual Banking business. Current accounts opened foi any .amount. No account allowed to be overdrawn. Interest is allowed on Fixed Deposits as follows : Subject to three months notice of ' withdrawal 2 3Thccnt ; annum. Ditto to six ditto:.:...: 3 Ditto to twelve ditto... ,, Drafts are issued on the-Head"Office, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of the Bank at. Gou nuan SuoArauvAsu Yxss M'rno oouen, MouRP'TH " (Queensland) ALa3unY CooDrA WoLaorcooca EDEN(TwOfold hay) MALhAaD I BounowA KIAMAr 1 BUlutANeONo Also, VICTORIA S. AUSTRALIA TASMANIA GREAT BRITAIN IRELAND, &c. WALTER SCRIVENOR, July 1st, 1801. MANAGEr. QUEANBEYAN AGENCY. VICTORIA FIRE and MA RENE INSURANCE COMPANY. (Established in Melbourne 1840.) SYDNEY BRAN-CH - Pitt-street, opposite the Empire Office. Accumulated and Invested Capital,'r.200,000. SYDNEY BOARD or DIRECTORS. ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. From the Government Gazette, Aug. 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

IMPOUNDINGS. From the oernment Gacelle, Aug. 2nd. At COLLECTOR, on the 24th July, from Mutt Billy by James Magnire Esq elantages 10s. each:-Bay mare, black points, long tail, JLS over like JS n'oiei shoulder, illegible brand off cshoulder; iron grey colt, JL2 near ýshoulder. If not released within 24 clays froni the date of publihca tion, will be fold. S. nowTHERc Poundkeeper, At.QUEAN1fEYAN, on the 19th day of .July, fram unitroon; damages and. driving. Is. Id. each :--Red bul lock,PK or Pit near tlitgh roan sided saer, hoop horus, illegible brand off ra' , two years old; :red and white spotted .teer, illeglblo brand near runmp, one year old. bhrdlj lcet fer, MD off rump, JD conjoined off ribs; a brin dle eteercalf at foot .near car cropped, illegibue brand near rump; yellow'apotted heifer. illegible brand off jlbs nine months old. , Also, front Dity Swamp ; damages and driving Cs.'c. )3ny filly, star, like EE or "' reversed near shoulder.; Atso, an the" 23rd;'from UlenWood 'VPacld...

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