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

CRICKET.     As this game is become so very popular, we publish the game itself adopted by the Sligo Club, and as played by the far-famed Marylebone Club-- which   consists of 600 members, among whom, with Prince Albdrt as patron, are many noblemen and gentlemen of the highest distinction-prefaced by some remarks, for which we are indebted to the Cricketer's Manual by "BAT." ELEMENTS OF CRICKET. In the game of cricket twenty-six persons are required-that is, twenty two as players, two to act as umpires,   and two to store or note down all the runs, how and by whom obtained. The pitching of the wickets devolves upon the umpires. Before a ball is delivered, the umpires station themselves at their respective wickets, the one at the stri ker's end stands in a line parallel with it, so that he can see whether the striker gets beyond his prescribed boundary. The umpire at the bowler's end places himself directly behind the wicket, in ord...

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

POLICE COURT. DRUNKENNESS.--John Wall, who had been in custody from the previous Saturday, was on Monday morning convicted of being drunk and incapable, and fined 10/. Maurice Walsh, an odd spectator of the Oddfellows ceremonies on Monday last, was apprehended whilst ly- ing on his back intently gazing upon the Union Jack and for this offence (?) was on Tuesday morning fined 5/. INDECENT EXPOSURE.--Francis Davlin was apprehended on Saturday last for this offence, and on Monday admitted to bail to appear at the next Court of Petty Sessions. THE ELECTORAL ROLL 1861-2.--The elec- total list for this District as last revised by the Justices of the Peace, and containing an addition of upwards of two hundred names, ??? t been issued, from the Press of the ??? Age. Those of the public who are ??? of availing themselves of so useful ??? ition can obtain copies at this office, ??? seen by the subjoined highly com- ??? try note which has been courteously ??? d to us by the Returning Officer:-...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1861. POSTAL IRREGULARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 August 1861

THURSDAY AUGUST 8, 1861. POSTAL IRREGULARITIES.   IT is really intolerable,--the loss, incon-   venience, and annoyance, to which we are subject through the culpable care- lessness,--or something worse,--of the provincial postmasters through whose hands our journal ought to pass, into the possession of the parties to whom it is addressed; and what renders the matter worse, all our remonstrances to correct the evil seem hitherto utterly unavail- ing. Some short time ago we had repeated occasions to complain of the non-delivery and loss of this paper in its transit through the post to its several destinations. Latterly the evil had abated, and we were beginning to console ourselves with the idea that the object of our complaining had been gained. But from communications to hand since our last publication it ap- pears the abuse has revived in more gigantic proportions than ever. The   following is from a valued subscriber:--   &am...

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

-0 Tnur. EXPLOnATION EXPEsorTIo!.--Every one, «e are sure, not only in ALlbury, but throughout the colonies, takes a deep and lively interest in anything' and everything appertaining to Burku's party, as also to the chief parties sent to Burke's rescue or other Wise-and, in fact,- to. everything connected with the Exploration Expeditions of the seve ral colonies. We, therefore, copy the follow ing few words touching the camels recently captured in South Australia:-The following telegram was received lust evening (July 22), ly the Secretary to the Exploration Commit teC. It shows that the camels recently seen at Mount Victor have wannldrcd nearly 800 miles :-" Adelaide, 22nd July : Two camels have heen caught at Blanche Town, ninety miles hence. F. Cadell." Our readers may recollect that not mauy days. ago (we think abrnut a fortnight), at a meeting of the Royal ,l lety (we quote from TheArgus,) "An in teresting fact was brought out, la the course. 6f thu sitting that .a couple of ca...

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Gems from Poets. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

....54fl1 · 1tO '0-L f I yearn for the spring, when the birds shall sing, And each morning wake fresh flowers; We have waited long For the lark's blithe song, 'And the lengthening evening hours: A shroud of snow hath lain on the earth, And an icy hband on each 'stream; The sun in the sk#; op?ed his languid eye, " And sent but a sicklygleami; S.iid the frosty breeze °.TMoaned amongthe trees, And tie rattling hail and rain Came sweeping past . . . ..Inthe angry blast, And dashed 'gainst the window patin;"' And never~a flower I: i.:thaatstoirmy ?Io'r, - L 9 '? . Dared.raise.nup its tiny.head? For all gentle-things ,-Fled on summer ings . Or else in the snow ia dead! I'yeairinfoithe spring, . 1,Vheni thelbird shall' sing, l - And each morn shall awakel new flowers ; We have listened long For tliewoodlark's song, And the thrush at the evening hours. . 'Tis a beauteous time when the bud first bursts, And' child like thd young leaf strinds, And catches the drops;of the gentle showeir; fi i...

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PASSION AND PRINCIPLE.—A PLAY. Contributed to the Golden Age. Dramatis Personce:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

PASSION AND PRINCIPLE.--A PLAY. Contributed to the. Golden Age.. .. S'rdramatis Pe, sonai :- S GiTTEMBEIO, Parish clerk, schbolmaster, &c.: -HENRIETTE, . Governess and: teacher of music: THEoPrILUs, Member of singing class. ; ST. CoLuMn, an Anchorite. MEPHISTOPHOLES, an iEthereal Spirit.' Singers, Little Spirits, &c:: ':Soli,-Gallery of-a parish church in a I British colony. Tinie, eight in the evening. , Guttent. Good night, ,Miss Henriette, the I wind is cold, and keen, and seem to search our very marrow. I hope it won't continie long; for should it' do so, 1 'must get an extra jacket, I or must.take a stronger dose of rich Martell, a sweet---,. 1Hen. Aye, aye, 'tis such as you that can afford to take those needful helps,'and so keep out. the riiude intrusions' of' old' blustering Boreas. (Aside,) I did say needful, :but I meant needless;, for to this .day I rue. the deadly, draught. I would the cursed stuff were never made. (Sighs) Thro' it I've lost mydeirest fri...

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NEW ZEALAND. THE TUAPEKA GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

AVETW ZEALAND. THE TUAPEKA:. GOLD.. FIELDS. -From the. Otago .Wlitneses?,Jutu113. TnE gold-ecort, retur ec from, the .Tuapeka yesterdaylafternoon, having left the gold-field on Thursday. The arrival of the first'scort produced as much excitement as thelimited number of persons remaining in Dunedin ren dered possible. It brought in above 500ozs., and an additional 100ozs. by private persons accompanying the escort. The produce of the field which has arrived in town to this date is about 900ozs, and as It is the produce of only about a dozen parties, the paying nature of the gold-field may be said to be an ascertained fact. It is stated'that fully as much gold reinains on the field ts': that brought by the escort. The number of persons 'on the field cannot be correctly ascertained, but on Thursday there were believed to be about 700; and, as many were met on the road, about 1000 persons may now be there. It is generally stated that all who have the proper appliances are doing well, an...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE IMIAIL LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. The following is the GoULBURN HEIR ALD's telegram, as published in that, paper on.Saturday : The South Australin branch steamer Balclutha arrived at Adelaide:- yesterday' witlhthe European June mails; brloug·ht by the P.... and 0. Comnpany's steamer: Salsette. . The following are the princial ite??s: of news: The American conflict thickens. The Northerners at-present have the best of' it. I-indre.ds .bf slaves are. escaping from 'the South and. seeking: refuge un der the Federal government. ::Three ,thousand .English:. troops. arid artillery :are.t'ldoff:for Canada, and? are to be conveyed there by the Great Eaitern. The Southerners, .hive. abandoiied' Harper's Ferry. ArNew York-: paper threatens war with" England, "because At does not recognise secessionists as pirates. ,..Count .Cavour. is "dead. iHe; is suc peeded by Baron Ricasoli. . :: 'France .has recognised. the kingdom. of Italy. Spain and A?usitria propose to raise" aid for the:Pop...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Aug. 15. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. TRADE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

Olorniuettlcia ntleltic --0-- ,' "QGoLD.vD AoE'i.. Office, Aug. 15. 07- The Priices quoted belowo have reference only to transac tions between the producer and flrat purchaser. 'TRADE REPORT. 'VE have notransactions of any moment to notice during the past week; and though for the present quotations re main unchanged, yet there is evidently a downward ten dency in the price of grain, in wheat especially. QUEAiNB?:A?. MARKETS. Flo r,'per ton, fine 04 seconds, £22. ~Brend, Sd. Wheat, er bushel,: -. ... 76 " to- 0-" 0 Biran, dtto ... ... 1 3 to 0 0 Maize, ditto - - .. 0 . to 0 0 arley, ditto ... ... . ... 4 0 to 4 6 Outs,editto ... .. .. 6 6 to 0 0 Ipy,'per ton, .' .. 41. to 61. .Butter, ... 0i 9o 0 11- I Bacon, ... 0 '7 to 0 0 Cheese,- ..;: S0 to 0 7 Eggs, -...' 1 0' to - 1 Potatoes, per cwt .... ?r - AFt Cattle, 5l. 10s. to 71. 10s;; Calves, 11. 15s, ver head. Sheep, Iis. to 0os: per head;, Pigs,.d. per pound HIides, 5: 6d. to.6 . each Sheepskins, 44d. to 6d lb. 'allow?' per tdi; 81.'...

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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

- POST OFFICE.\ ARRIVALS. From SrDNFdY (via Bungeadore),-Mfonday, Thursday Saturday, at Eleven a.im (via Gundaroo),-'Wednesday and :Satur day, at half-past Six p.mn. From COO~IA,-Monday, Wednesday, and' Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-Wednesday and Saturday at Eight n.m. ))EPA1IRTURES. To SYDNEY (riaBungendarc),-Monday ,Weedncsdnay, and Saturday, at Nine a.m. ,, (via Gundlaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, al . Six, n.m., To? COMAL'bondny, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To LANY6N,-Sundny and Thiurday, at Three p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

'NOTICE. " Adelong and Tiumut Agency. M/R. JOHN WHEATLEY is the IYI' appointed Agent for this Paper for the above-mentionied places, and is instructed 'to' receive Subscribers' names, moneys, and orders for Advertising. NOTICE.. :. Burrangong Goldfields Agency. J, R? AiES FRAEit E Sli i' I stores, Ne Rish,. is a a'?u api.ointed Agent for0 tD GbLdE N AGE nd, i authorised to'' receive Subscribers, naiies Adveratising ordeir's, aird moneys. I OTICE Brooks' Creek Goldfields Agency.   MR. D. McLEOD is the         authorised agent for the Golden Age on     the above Diggings, and will supply single copies, receive subscribers' names, advertise- ments, and orders for job printing, for this paper. ,T '-he GOLDEN. AGE, QUEANiDE YA N AND MON'A io. I STRIC'TS.. IS PUBLISHED; overy THnURSDAY nornihg, at the Oill, i Monaro"strcet,t Queanbeynn, and for warded by thiandt ilty ails to all parts of tlreCol ony...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 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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MINOR MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

MINOR MATTERS.. (F " (rom the Farm and Garden.) Perhaps there is nothing which"s o much affectstli?? 'cmfort of h '?6unttry homestead as an attention to those variouis details ?vhiclih though of subordinate' and in some instances even of' trivlal importance considered septa rately, addverynii?ch in tho' aggregate to'the prosperity and happiness of its inmates When"Williamin. Cobbett' said that no Enig lish farmer could prospe` 'unless he kept a jiigie drfexpression; tola/general pjinciple I which,, with ,some.;modifleations ,may be re- I garded as of universal applicatioii. , At itany rate a higher -authority than that bluff old dogmatiser has said that " man doth not live by bread alone.'.ý..:. Y ".. . " SWe have frequenitly had- the .pleasure of visitiig' the homes of some of our1 country. settlers, where so much attentiton , is paid to "minor. matters, as to enableus to.realiso to some extent the beau ideal of the poets respec ting the delights of retiiement from the .'busy haunt...

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CRICKET. (Concluded from our last.) LAWS OF CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

CRICKET.' A.,; .(conczudeedJ.om mour last.) LAPS O. CR0ICKET.'T 1. The Ball must not weigh less than five ounces h~id 'alIhalf~-noi inore than 1 five ounc s and thirqequarters ;. it must measure not.. less than-: nineinches;,nor 1 more than' nine iniches and a quarter in circumifdrence.. E~fich:: prty mniay call for a new ball at the commencement of each innings. ' 2. The Bat must not be more than fourinches and a quarter in the widest part; it must not be more than thirty eight inches in length. S3. 'The Stumps 'must be" three. in number, and standr twenty-seven inches out of the .-round;:. the'-bails- eight inches:inlength.; the ý-stumps:~of, equal iand" of sufficient thickness to prevent the ball;from :passing.:through .i 4. The Bowling-crease must 'be in a line with the stumps, six feet eight inches in length, the stumps in the cen tre, with a return crease at each end, towards the lowler at.right angles. 5. The Pppimng-crease must be four feet from the tiicket: i?nd parallel to...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

..URSD 7 A U II UST 15, 1861.:. BY the subjoined telegrm it wll be seen that ýwe are in possession ,of ?later advices'fr~m Europe and Ainerica upon .which we proceed to offer a few com nments .Amelrica s4till engrosses' the world's attention., The,, revolutionary; spirit of the South, and, the, unbending attittde ;:of ithe Northern States, ''are themes of such magnitude, thatl other: topics become in their 'presence compa-; rativeiy trivial; ' :The tottering condition: of, the Popedoinm, the ebbing life of His Holiness himself,-the question of a3successor to'Lthe iPapal: chair mniai ers great in.:,themselves;,iareialmost lost sight of amidst tthe all-absorbinginter estlmanifested in the fate of the G;rat Republic : sIti ven so With respect to "the other important items ,of, news from. 'the' E'iropean Continent:"'"'' The ldeep: and crafty policy pursucd by the Enm peror; of the French, -the -sympathy of Spain andri Austriai with Hiss Holiniess, almost crushed as .he is beneath :,the ...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

O- THE LATE 'MURDER AT HALL'S CREEK. The aboriginal who murdered the poor woman Mills a few days past, yesterday made.his ap pearance on Liverpool Plains, and coinmitted a most brutal assault upon' a child ten years of age,.who was minding a flock of sheep only one mile from her hut; the mother had left her in chaige'while she 'went home for' some purpose. The wretch, after the committal of the offence, made his escape to the scrub, which is almost impenetrable to any.one but a black. As soon as the. report reached-, the township (40 miles away) our chief constable, .Mr. Thorpe, with a constable and Mi'. W'ite man's black (an excellent tracker), ".3tai ,. t I, the place. The result is 'not known, .\ . inissing female infant,, taken away ty tro. wretch after the 'murder of the zinc+ .u:r, ...:. not with him on the Plains. It it tL:c;,i?r. feared be has-murdered the child. .A: it:, are no police stations on the Plaiiw inf. :,, ".. tion was sent here, as the nearest ,}avin. fe. constab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

Sales of Crown Lands' W ill be held at the under " mentioned places on the days stated:- COO 0K A,: (AT TUE POLICE OFFIOE,)"', On Thursday, '15th 'day' of 8iiust, 1861, SUBURBAN 'LOTS: C OUNTY OF BERESPORD . Parish'?f Cooma: 2 1ots (1 acre rood and '2 acres 2 roods), at' Cooma;,allotment 2 of section 20, and 3 of ,section- 29. Upset price, £8 and £4 per acre. *·' TOWN LOTS" COUNTY OP WELLESLEY. Parishl of; Nimitybelle: 2 lots (each 2 roods), town ,of Nimitybelle, allotmentsi 1 and 2 of;section.41. :,-: : ouNTY OF BEREsFORD.' Parish of Cooma: 60 lots (1 rood 85 perches to 3 roods), village of Cooma,,j.llotments 8 of section 8, 1 to 7 and 9 to'oi0 of sec tion 8; 6, 6, and 8 to 15 of section: 22; . ... of section 80; 1, 2, 56. and 6 of section 81 1, 4'and65 of section82 ; '.l aiind 6 of i.section' 88· 38 to, 7. of section 84 ;' 8 to 6 of section 35; 1, 6 and 6aof section 87; . 1 of section 39; 6 of section 40 2 of sec ,. tion43"; 1 to' 6of:sectioi 47 i;and.1 to 6 of section 48. ,;.,- '...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

, ." . . . . - 0 POLICE COURT. ' ,, THURSDAY. UTNt.LAWFULLY; ENTERING PREMISES . .John Williams was chdarged with .having on Tuesday the 6th instant, unlawfully entered .the dwelling-house of William Sheard of zBungendore. -.. Complainant'was in the.habit of- sePtOring:1is door by wedging a spade un 'd.er' iiam,_ and on the night .in question, hear1hg a nb5se and seeing a light in his shop, lie ro c 'th'ther 'from his ljedroom ad joining, ad:fouhd:.the. prisoner, who imme diately..seized: complainant an'd- said, "You 'b--" ,.you have copped me." He succeeded ,in taking the prisoner to the lock-up. No thing was . missed from the premises. On ;being asked what he had to say, prisoner said he had had a quarrel with his employer and left his house, sirice whici'hie had taken four glasses of grog, and simply entered complain ant's house, with a view.to'warm himself, and ,that in $o doinig he had no :bad intent:. On the Police Magistrate observing that the house wvas broken into, the pris...

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REMARKS ON MEN AND THINGS. No. 3. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

REMARKS ON MEN AND THINdGS. No:.8. (Co buted to the GolAden'ge.) .. .: BY OIEG-OA. I. ' ., "WELL?,Jenkins, how are you thisi'ioriiing?" said; Wilkins to, a, spreeis',li little stout man, with a very shining countenance..,-,ý ":,..-! ., .:1 " Ha !' allright;' we Lad a grand iiffair yesterday." :?' adn't we' said the portly WVilkins, who was well up. in flesh and muscle, and bherub bed his hands with glees,, "I'll tell -ye what, sir;, that is the' style of thing to make Quean beyan go ahed ' - • My word! " said Jenkins, andhadn't we a jolly good spread! I' and. he stroked :his chops, and laid his other hand feelingly upon his paunch, as.if quite overcome with the re collection of his "gfeed. : ; :. ai .:":. :, Bah ! ". said Wilkins,with 'a merry twin kle of his small quick eye for he waslnot the man to despise the': good things of 'this "wicked world, -and his carcase: showed it, too,-but.be. was more intent just then ;upon the moral effects which were sure to flow from. the late demo...

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QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 August 1861

QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL SOCIETY. THE' Quarterly Meeting of the Committee, for the,transaction of the -usual business.of the society, was held on Tuesday afternoon in the Court-house. Mr. J. J. Wright, president, occupied the Chair.. The President having read the minutos of the last meeting,: The Secretary, Mr. R. Mehegan, handed in the accounts of-the I quarter · for. examination, consisting of the matron's .claims for salary, rationis to inmatcs, washing, and other domes tic expenses'of the establishment, amounting in. all. to £20 18s. 9d.; advertising and printing accounts dueto: the Yass. Courier, Goulburn Chronicle, and Golden Age, £3 is. 9d.; and "V. A. Gabriel's charge of 7/6 for conveying: a corpse to the burial ground. - . . Upon the motion of Mr. D. Jordan, se-' conded by Mir. 'A. Levy, the foregoing ac counts were unanimously passed. . A, I claim :of, the.proprietors of the .Goilburn Chrouicle for 13/3 was rejected as- being in formal. .. The sum of £3 was paid in to ...

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