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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. THE STATE TRIALS AT GOULBURN. ACQUITTAL OF FIVE OF THE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

SLATEST COLONIAL :NEWS. -TIlE STATE TRIALS AT GOULBURN. ACQUITTAL, o'I FIVE OF THE -S .: Robe mrt?ýM'1Brde `James; tmton - t .Patrick Day, William rlomilty, .kind Chrma . 'Coyle, .have been tried for' riot at, Burrangong, and a:equittedl (The trial Insted twvo days. . S William :Cameron, Heniy: Bolzoner, Peter Weboor,: Patrick Sweeny;:= and.-.-Bernard Byrnes,? were afterwards arraigned, .but their trial, hiadnot terminated whoe our latest ad vices camei to hand, . 'Tha Goulburn papers are quite monopolised with threports'of' the trials. .7. " ?' " ?.; "-- . -" . 3 Blaek Harry has been tried at Maitland, ; and sentenced to. death. A seaman, named Luke Conroy. has beoon committed to take his trial for firing the ship Sovereign of the Seas.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

BaR~os' CREEK AGAIN.-1 :hear that these diggings have again broke out in a fresh spot. t A prospecting party came on another small gully that is likely to pay well. It is a pityp they cannot hit on the right spot, for all that have seen the place declare that they believe o there is plenty of gold in the neighbourhood. -Yass Courier's Correspondent. .. . DESTRUCTION OF . THE SHIPe " SOVER ý Of or THE SEAS" BY FxnE.-About eleven th o'clock on Tuesday night the residents in the city were alarmed by the continuous ringing e of bells on board the ships of the harbour, sh and great excitement was caused by the intel ligence that fire had' broken out on board the. Sovereign of the Seas, lying alongside Camp- i bell's wharf. A. very large crowd quickly congregated in the vicinity, and after a short interval six fire engines were hurried away to ia the spot, but the devastating element had di meanwhile taken such hold, that for a long time the strenuous exertions of .the firemen' proved who...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

Fronm SYDNEY (via Dlungetidore),-Moanday, Thursday Saturday, at Eleven am. , (via Gunduroo),-Wednesday and Satur Sday, at hmlf-past Six p.m. oCOOMA,-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. * From LANYON,-Wcdncsday and Saturday at Eight a.m. DEPARTURES. . To SYDNEY (viaBungendore),-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Nine a.m. ,, (via Gundaroo),-Sunday and. Thursday, a? Six, n.m. . .. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at.Noon To LANYON;-Sunday and Thursday, at Three p.m.:.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

''.WEDNE5DAY, SEPTEMDER 11;. ` .In'the.Legislative Council,"? Petitionis against thie continuance of Chinese immigrationi wre presented: by Mr. Bourn )Russell'aridMr. -Kemp. i: .t : S'-The ,Attorney,-General withdrew the notices for new bills which he had 'giveh forlthat' day. Mr`; Robertson withdrew- the' land'.lills, min brder that they might ,be :first 'considered .'by the,Assembly. ... 'The House adjourned till ned? eday.. i In theiAssembly, : : -::. In reply to Mr.,Darigar: Mr.:Cowperistated' that the, subject, of.. the, prevention,of cattle: stealing and registry of braniids, was under' coiisideration by tihe Government ',and would be dealt with this session: .' . Mr..Wilson presenteda petition, from. cer tain gold-miners and others at Braidwood. against the preponderance of th eChine?exraco ,in the: olony. 2: rw ', r:,:, .. w, Mr. Cowper obtainedileave: to:bring in?'ills to consolidate and amend. the .laws.relating to? the police force; and .to amend' the lai? reia 'tihg to l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

Ti -'AhGEGOLDEN~AE E ,;QUEANnEYAN AND MONARO DISTRICTS. TS PUBLISHED every TURSDAY .modrning, 1L; atr the Offlice,. Mionaro-atrct, ,Queanlieynn: and for. w farded ýytlmt Sy 1 t?iisjllparthi Ofthe Colihbn. " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: , avanee,L o s. [d.'; on Credift Os. 0d.1 per Quai:ter: Per' Annum, iadvbance,' i lingle •coies,- d.. 2' 1 Quartsrs Icrrnjnnte on the 31.1 Decorn~er ¶1S21a, en, .Ol3,t1Jne;, aailnsp0 Slepteniberlt:haohAich periods Ei g:e a S'ibsCribers dedlin-bg givingl:not coand pal/lq- lrsopanonlt 'Iduc to dIeend'o?f teo { mirent1 Quarter.. ,rNer?o Subcribers can be rs-eceivedat any tirne, and charigod 1ioir, the datel of their commenceroien. : . .ý; -;,- 1 O .F'AtIVERTISIN ." "." r. TwAo lines or leiss o; spaoa4 (Single :: ' S" 1 -, -Colunm)........... ; :. 1 0 S,?Foqur li ..es...... .... I....; ........... . , -glinnes,'o onein A n . f ;... .. . , ?very additional.; in, ,is. , each`'. er ion No ddertisemnent will e bbokedfor less ? ,n s. ''b On 'ndvertFements continuer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

??-LAND SALE.--A7 sale: ofCrown Lands took,: place on. Thursday last at the Coiurt-ihouse. Thereevas.a :very good. atte~udiiice, but little cpmlpetition..; The, chief portions of the land' offered >consisted of country. lots. : ~Iugli McTiernon;,wvas ,the 'purchaser1 of 31. acres, Daniel Baldwin of-81 acres '"rood, M. Law ler;6f 32 acres, at upset price;;and situated all iear Micalago. The first lot competed for.. was' 40 acres at Warm Corner, which was kclbcked:down; to Richard Moore at 34/3 per acre.. 33 acres at Katy Flat, fin'd 75 acres on Bursra Creek,' were purcha1sed b'y Patrick McNamara and Michael McNamara respec tively.; 66 acres and 42 acres on Jerrabom ber'ra';=Creelk,.by :C6ll McDonald ; 256 acres iand '49 acres on' Thiralla Creek, .by Thomas; 'RiUtledge ;: all at upset price.' Two .lots on' 'th'e' westerni shore of Lake 'George,':namely, 30 acres purchased by C 'A. Massey, and 64 acres purchised by 1N. S. Piwell, were run up to 51/. and 58/. respectiiely.'' The"foll...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

ARRýVALOF THE` MAIL L4TER EURQPIEAN: .NEWS. r i; [i rm: ELEOTniO TELE0orAPiInir = --..... Tnu. mail-stonamer arrived .at.Melbourne, on The delay that had talien place is owing to accident in thd -Mediterraneanean. Arising- out of this causeowe havoe ews to the 8rd August. The Queen visited Ireland in August. LordcJohni Russell has been cireated a peer by the (title ,f Eairl Russell. : Lord Elgin;has been appointed governor general?of lndia; Sir G.. COLewis goes to 'the, wadr-bflice :in;th: room of : Lodrd erbertb ' Sir George Grey goes to the I:oine-office, and Mr. Cardwell to theoDiichy of Lancaster. The F}oiluse ofCi nooins liia voted £250,000 tc-wards4;defrLaying .:the 'expense ,of :building iron cased ships -..--, , At Goodwood, the' Ste ivids Cup wasEwont by Crecaih Pati;ick, the"St?i?es ?byElcho: the: Cup bfy Stork, and: the.' ChesterfleldC- Cu liy Creigh Patrick; .? Mr. :Western. Wood,; bs been- eected for 'Londo byl:a large mnajri?tover Cubitt; the Lord Mayor. The Rev. John:...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

.2roul the Gorernmnte Gazetlte, Sept. 1017t. At QUANIFEYAN, on the -8th August, fl'ot Dun troon; dnaiingcs nd' drihing. Isi cacli -ItRed and white poley cow, C. neatr shoulder and ribs, QI off thigh; red and Iwhte h'ilI'r short horns, illbigible rnd off rinip- black sided poleyltiullcalf, no liirnd visilie,=1l months old. Also, on the 3rd Scpteniber, fron Charnwood; damages andti dnrving ,?.e en-ch.? -rrowni horse, ringhlono on fore foot, inodbriid'.yisible '?rini, I iro SN near shlouldcet; a chesnutt colt foal by iet slo rotan ' filly; JD' ntar shtoun If not ,rjelased witlhin twenty-four dlays front date of publicntion? will be sobld -. ! c, I-V. L xn, Poiuzdkceper.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

TnifTrin> Ar Fir-8AT>iHE ? ---ThiS bird is one of' the migratory isitors' of the United States, and ofbears the name of "King," as well. as. "Tyrant.".. Ae cording.to Wilson, :he. does so from .the extraordinary autthorit he assumes over all others during the tine of breeding. So great is' his affection for his mate; his young, and his nest, that,' suspicious of every bird that approaches it he vio lently :attacks all' i~itruders. . 'In -the moniths of May, June, and part of July, his life is one continui d cene of broils and battles, in which however, le gene rally: comes. off: conqueror. . Strange to •tell,-hawks' arid crows, the bold ,eagle, and `hd "gieat `bloi ea'gle,' ' all 'equally 'dread an ericounter with' hlim, who, as soon as he perceives any, of them: ap proaching, launches into the air, mounts to a considerable height above .him, darts dowi` on his back, :and sometimes fixes himself there, to the ~reat annoy ance ofitho; assailed, who, if a conve nient retreat or ...

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ACACIA HEDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

. ' 2 AdCIA .HEDGES. (From.thee.4Agi lttral la1 Horticultural . Gazettc.) T iirlnb'in; gpossessesrseveral,.vi ri tyof acacias, thai are inv.eery S '.espect ?:: equal;,: and lin ,:;many, superior, tp tht he thor for hedges,; S among these the.:tchidef :re, "the St ; Psetido: & caccia, b :Aimerican : Locust Tree, a deciduous plant, growing; to the: proportio 6of a_ sma?ll?' tree, :if left uncut ;' the .:.AcaiiaAiramiat t$eAccaciaCica cia,1evergr.en ; and other varie ties of recent introduction: .from South Australia and Queensland. Theseplants are not all provi ded with thoinas or prickles of ,eqiai~stren'gth -towat hawthorn; but one or-two of them, if judi ciously plan~td aind cut, will in thiee years, 6r. at ni'st:in four, :re'snt, a.- barrier .strong :enough to;:repulse tlhe attempts, of the strongest ox, or pig, to force its way through. They will last for a great. number of: years, almost if not quite as long,, as the. thorni, provided .Ithley are'": kept well pruned: The...

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SAIL A-HEAD; OR A CRUISE DOWN SOUTH. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) Tis SOMETHING, nothing.—SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

SAIL A-HEAD; on,?. A CRUISE '? DO.W .s OUTTi. tl (Contribzuted to the Golden ) Age ` tI BY NED. NAUTILUS. 'Tis SOxiTaeHINO, notling.--SnAKE?rELE. a After leaving the wheel, I proceeded to the h fo'castle~to have a snooze; on my way thither fc 'I found the cook at anchor on the galley gang way; .in his. hand he had a greasy rag, with ft which he had been,wiping his red perspiring face. ' Here, Ned;" says he, " Did your ever read Captain Marryatt's works ? . . "No; I've read Cooper's about sixteen or seventeen years ago. Why?". - . "Because," observed the cook, " it is repor ted, that you've been copying that author dud giving it as your own adventures. Yet I'be lieve the party who says so has not sufficient -9 discrimination to know onetnautical yarn from na Saniother, and I suppose don't know a brig from k a barque." h. S"Whoever he is that says so," said , is perhaps a great plagairist himself, seeiig that. he is surrounded by ignorance; he fancies his , i piratical incursions won'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

JUST ARRIVEDI BRAIDED AND CHENIELLE HAIR NETS, At A. ILELVY's; BLACK SILK VELVET TRIM . MINGS, all widths, A.t A. LEVY's. ANOTHER SUPPLY OF THORLEY'S FOOD for CATTLE JUST TO HAND, In half-casks, for sale. at A, k.LEVY's," Soleo -Agent for Queanboyan,". , . To Travel this Season," In the Neighbourhood of COLLECTOR & GUNDAROO T The splendid Draught Horse YOUNG WAXWORK : - E is a jet black, rising three years old, 16 hands high, short legged, with plenty of bone and sinew, got by the Imported Horse WAXWORK, out of a Farmer's Glory mare, and is allowed by com petent judges to be one of the most compact horses in the district.. TERMS : For one mare ...... .. ....£2 ~2? 5 0 For two mares, or ,more,, the :pro perty of the same person :.':... 2 0 0' Groomage included. All mares` to be paild fr ;on: the,1st of January, 1802. EDWARD HINES. -, Colleetor, September 4th, 1861.: , _ ;. -,? . To stand this Season; be YARRALUMLA, The :Powerful DRAUGHT STALLION, .. DRAYMAN. " TIE is a IDaipp...

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TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

'TELEGRAPHIC COMMt NICATION.-' PUBLIC MEETING. -j ON Saturday last at two o'clock, p.m., a pub lic meeting was held at the Court House, .Queanbeyan, in pursuance of an 'advertise mentto.i?bat effect appearing in our last issue, --the object being to memorialise the govern ment for the speedy extension of the electric telegraph communication to Queanbeyan. The attendance showed that a deep and general interest in the matter was felt through out the district. As ,well as a considerable number of town inhabitants, including C. E. Newcombe, Esq., Police; Magistrate,.W. F. Hayley, Esq. J.P.,. Rev. A. D. Soares, A. Morton, Esq.,' Messrs. J. J. 'Wright, M. Byrne, E. VWalsh, M.. Duff, P. Brick, &c., there were from the country, A. Cunningham, Esq., J.P., T. Rutledge, Esq., J.P., George Campbell, Esq., &c. &c. Charles, E.: Newcombe, . Esq.', P.M., who had convened the meeting, in compliancewith a requisition.froin .certain of the inhabitants of the town and district, ...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

3 - ---.;-.--~~~--- --:-~------------ -- -- 'THTURSDAY,; rEsJPTFMJTB.ER ;19, 1861. WtHrn the present issue commences' the 'secoid year of our journalistic' exis 'tence ; it may not,:therefore, be-,deemed out of place, to l.iy before" our'ireaders a few words respecting ourselves.:.: That ve 'have strIuggled throuigh the: fist y..ar, have for v twelvenioith succeeded :.in' piloting our little craft. through, the danlgei ous estuary w'here its voyage commeniced, without experi-r encing shipwreck,, or even irending- a' sal, -although mnany are the heavy seas we1h'ave: shipped- and.;:squalls: we :have encountered,-is a matter for which wie are as, much indelited o the fidelity and generosity of our supporters, as to:r our. owin.care and caution." And now tlhat we are fairly beyond the imminent dan g'ers and, peculiar difficulties attcndan t upon coast sailing, and have reached the huigh sea, where nothing- further, -is,re quisite than to keep our course,?viz.,; in the direction of our.c...

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

~-0 TUEsDAY, SEPTE? BEa 10. in the Legislative&Assembly Mr. Piddingtbn -and Mr. Hdoskins respee-: tively presented petitions.from certain China men, complaining of ill-treatment and loss of property at Burrangong; and .from gold miners and residents on the gold-fields, com plaining of the infliux of Chinese into' the colony. After ministers answered a few questions, Mr. Wilson moved--" That, in the opinion of this House, any bill for the regulation of the gold-fields, introduced by the government, ought to contain provisions for the exclusion of the Chinese from the gold-fields of the colony." The honorable gentleman said he should be careful in the observations he was about to make not to introduce the general question of Chinese immigration, as he de sired to leave it for discussion when the go vernment bill should be brought forward. He would confine his remarks to the regula lation of the Chinese. The late deplorable' disturbances at Burrangong and Kiandra, and, the publ...

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THE MURDER BY BUSHRANGERS AT BILLABONG. MORE PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

THE MURDER BY ?BUSHRANGERS S'AT BILLABONG. MORE: PARTICULARS. ,. LAsT 'week'?-e reported the: murder of a car rier; of the naime of 'Lowrie, "on 'the/ Upper .Billabong, on the nightf of the .19th instanit :bybushrangers.; Sin'ce 'ourdlast. wehave: been enabled to gleain further particulars from :one of the parties who was stuck up on thi e oeca sibn referred to. , 'Those WhYo'were in :Mr;. Brennani's, house at the time were the owvner"and-his faamily; rMr.:andi Mrs., Gilbert,, and, the unfotunate riniai,'Lowrie: "dYoungdBrennan, gwho was outside the house, first noticed the .approacl of. the robberandtran+i?nrtelling thciseI iaside that bushrangers were coming. Those wihhin advanced fW tlie door', and immediately were confronted and' orddre b b ~ y"th' iobbers,, :who showed; their firearms:y.;" T.wo . men had dismounted, and were- disguised ,byv having, thie rfaces blackened 'aid covered with crape. The taller, man stood it the door with aid re -volve : in. hihhand, .iwhile the !sho...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Sept. 19. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchase. QUEANBEYAN MARI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

. GoL?VE-r-AG1 Office, Sept. 19. - The Pi'ceas quoted belotahare reference only to transac lions bctweeei the producer and firstr tuch . Flour, per ton, iluo £ seconds, ` Bdrcad 8 heat,r 0Lsel ... "... ..7 ' t OR -la t, 3 dt 0 0 Maize, ditto - to 0'.0 O ,Baley, ditto... 4 0 to 4 6 Oats, ditto'' :.,( .. . ". 6 to 0 0 Hay, pertbon;. :.. 41 to CS. Butter, .;(0-_,9 to 0.11, I Bacon,.... 0 7 to 0-0 Cheese, ...; ?3 OtoGo 7T Eggs;- ..." 1 0 to 1 6° , Potatoes; per cwt. - ..." .s. Fat Cattle, 651-10s.to 71.t los., `"Calves; 11. 16s, ver head. Shcepi,15. to "0s.; per head; Pigs, G. per pound ITides, n5. 6to 6s.celh - -. Shccpskis, 4d. to Gd lb: Tallow, per ton, 281. to SOl.; for good slmnples. Carriage, per tpgn,-S dney to Qnuanibeyva, 81. 10s. to 101. Qucanbe)?t to Coolta, 41. 103. to al. .Fine flour, ?41. Scconds; 0.- I -Polnlarl-... .. . 6d. l ... Is,3d. I Grinding ... s. O6d. . ... . Te.Od.. -·s Ot : " :- SDNIY'M!.1KETS.' -;.-F(n6s nonr;jccr ton ' 1 seconiids, 215. Breadl (21b) 6d. d. d ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

COMMERCIAL OF SYDNEY... QUEANBEYAN BRANICH. IT is hereby notified, that. this t BRANCH has been established for the transaction of all usual'Banking business. - Current accounts opened for any: amount. No account allowed to be overdrawn. SInterest is allowed on Fixed ::eposits as follows : Subject.to three.months . . notice;,.f, w.ithdrawal 2 . cent,~ annum. Ditto; to six ditto....... 3 ,, ,, Ditto to twelve ditto..... 4 , Drafts 'are issued 'onthe Head Office, (Syd ney), and oni the Braiches of the Bankiat. GOULBURN' SIOALIIAVEN' YAss . MaRYno`itun,." MolRPETUI (Queensland) ALDUItY, " CooxA WotXioro0oi; ' EDEN(Twofoldbay) C MAITLAND BuiunowVA / KiIAM BUIRANOONG . Also, VICTORIA' ; I S. AUSTRALIA : TASMANIA, , I, : GREAT BRITAIN S IRELA ND, &c,. WALTER'. SCRIVENOR,';,:... July 1st, 1861.. ,"MANaoERim. I QUEANBEYAN 'AGENCY. c . TORIA FIRE and MA RINE INSURANCE COMPANY. (Established -in/Melbourne 1849;)., ; SYDNEY "BRANCH"-- Pitt'street, opposite the Empire Office : Accumilnat...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Powell, Rutledge, Cunningham and Davis J.P.) Profane Language. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

POLICE COURT. - THIUItBDAY. .(Before.bhe Police.Magistrate, and Messrs.. :. - Powell, Rutledge,; unningham and Davis J.P.) Profane Language. -James Smith was brought before the Court charged with imaking use of profane language on the previous 'day. 'Pleaded.guilty,.and was fined £1. FRIDAY. (Before:the Police Magistrate). Wilfully ;Deatroying Property. Hugh M'Tiernon, who was arrested and confined in the lock-up the day prior, was brought before the court, charged with having :wilfully destroyed a portion of the window of the post-office. Defendant had gone with others on business to the post-office, and, --( from 'the statement of Mr. Soares, the postmaster), was standing at the window, speaking in a loud and offensive manner, when . the postmaster closed the aperture, whereupon 'the defendant immediately struck it with force enough to break it off its hinges and "send it flying into the office," at the same time' causing' some further injury to other' portions of the :window -fit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 September 1861

The~ GOLDEN' AGE, o QUEANBEYAN AND,(IONARO. DISTRICTS rs :: ADVEIWTISER, TS PUBLISHED every D 'unaY morning, tat the Office, Monaro.street, Quenibeyan, and for warded by that day's Mails td ailliarts of the Colony. TERMS Ok' SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, Bs. 6d.; on 'Credit, , 6s.6d:. per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance,; £1. Siingle copies, Gd. The Quarters terminate on the Slst December0 S3lit ai oh, 30th Junae,,and 30th September, at which periods lry en,, Subscribers'decline by giving notice, and p)msnn the amount due to the end of the current Quarter. NeSribscribeos can be received at any time, and charged fraon the date of their commencement TERMS'' OF ADVERTISING Two lines or: less of spaco (Single Columnn)... I...... O Four lines.................2 2 Six lines 0........... .. 2 'o Eight lines, o'bine:ie noth . .3 :0 Every additional inch, is 6d. eaoh insertion No Advertisement will be booked fort ess thou 3e: On advertisevents continued for three months or more a reduction of !i p...

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