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

HORSES. FOR POSITIVE SALE. Mr.; J. J. WRIGHT, ill Sell by Public Auction; at Mr. J. N. WooDMAN's, Oddfellows' Arms Inn, Queanbeyan, on SATURDAY; the 28th instant, at 12 o'clock, Noon,: , Eour good upstanding Colts, Broken to Saddle. TERMS:-CASH. in the Supreme Court of New South, Wales,: G & Waller & Co. v. Thomas Dunne. and' Ar1am Levy v. Thomas Dunne. MR: H. LEVER, instructed by the Sheriff's Officer, Queanbeyan, will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at 12 o'clock, Noon; on. Wednesday, the 2nd day of Ostober, at the Yards, Byrne's Hotel, Monaro and Crawford streets, Queanbeyan, to satisfy the above claims, unless the same be sooner paid, the following, being the pro perty of the Defendant, vis:- A. Lot of Cattle comprising, Mileh Cows, Buliooks, Heifers and Steers. A few Horses, broken and un broken. TanMs CAsu. Queanbeyan, Sept. 25th.l £1 Reward. STOLEN or Strayed from Jones's Creek, near Yass, A BAY HORSE, about sixteen hands high, small star in fore-. head, branded WG PC...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 September 1861

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.-The health of the Emperor ap pears to cause some disquietude in France; and it is generally believed although not seriously ill, he is at present by no means strong. A recent Paris letter, however, states that he has been dancing at a ball at Vichy. The debate in the House of Commons, on the 19th instant, on the rumoured cession of the Isle of Sardinia,. has excited some comment amongstour neighbours. The* Conatilutionnel ef Wednesday last strongly condemns the tone of: Lord John Russell's speech, and characterises it as full of "useless bravado". after the frequent denials given, to the rumoured project for the cession of Sardiniae ITALY.-Victor Emmanuel seems to be satisfied with the terms in which Frannc has acknowledged the Italian kingdom. At the: interview with the French Ambassador, tlie King returned a most favourable answer'to the imperiul message; and his Majesty added that Count Fleury's message would fill a" ll true friends of Italy with joy...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 September 1861

COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. IT is hereby notified, 'that this LLBRANCH his been established for the transaction of all usual Banking business. Current accounts :opened for any amount. No-account allowed to be overdriawn. Interest is allowed on Fixed Deposits as follows:". Subject; to three months':' notice.: of. withdrawal 2 V cent lp annum. litto to six ditto.........' 3 , e Ditto to twelve ditto..... 4 ;, Drafts are issued on the Head Office, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of the Bank at GoiUiBnuR SUOALHAVEN . ss ABS .' MARYBOROUGH, MORPETH' (Queensland) ALnuiN CoomAm. WoL~oioo : ;EDEN(TWofoldbay) MAITLAND BURILOWA.. KixIA BuRnANGONG Also, VICTORIA A .s AUSTRALIA _TASMANIA GREAT BRITAIN IRELAND, &c. " WALTER SCRIVENOR, July 1st, 1861. . MANAGER. QUEANBEYAN AGENCY.: TICTORIA -FIRE. and. MA S RINE INSURANCE COMPANY. (Established in Melbourne 1849.) SYDNEY BRANCH-'Pitt-street, opposite the Empire Office. Accumulated and"Invested Capital, £200,000....

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

IMPOUNDINGS. From the Government Gazette, Sept. 20th. At QUEANBEYAN, on the 9th September, from Dun troon; damages and driving 2s. 2d. each :-Two roan colts. and one brown mare, RC near shoulder: a black lily foal by her side; chesnutmare, H over-off shoulder; bay horse, IL near shoulder, III off shoulder; chesnut filly, like 5 under illegible brand near shoulder.-Ue-adver. tised:-Red and white poley cow, like AS near ribs, c near aboulder, -CI off thigh; a red and white heifer by her side, short horns, illegible brand off rump. If not released will be sold. H. LEvan, Fonndkeeper. At GUNDAUOO on the 13th September, from Fairfield. by order of Mr. C. A Massy; damages nod driving, Is. Gd, per head; entire 5l.: dark chesnut horse, star, collar and saddle marked,near fore foot white shod. VC or WG near shoulder; grey mare, lon" tall, like WCJ near shoulder; dark iron-grey foal, star, hind feet white, no brand visible; Iron grey colt, blaze down face, CR or GIL over 2 near shoulder; hay ...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1861. Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 September 1861

l' JR'A Y,. P1"1''JI'HA tBER 10, 1861. POLICE COURT,. Assault. On 'Thursday last there was only one case on the list for disposal. A summons had been issued against John Grady, on the complaint of an aboriginal, for assault, but there was no appearunce on the part of the complainant. Acyourned Chiarqge0 IftHorse 'Sealing.' On.Monday Archibald Kennedy appeared on hail before the Police Magistiate and *W. F H ayley Esq. J P, -to answer to the above, charge We gave the nature of the case last week. On tlis: occasion the evidence of District Constable M. Reilly of B3ungendore was taken, pioving the finding of the fhorse in a paddock of defendant's father, and--to-his hav ing detendant's'brand AK on his shoulder;'. JamesKennedy, brother to the 'defendant, was also summoned to give evidence, but on being culledi into; court, aid sworn, gave nothing hut evasions, and denials, although it was very;evident'ithat he' was 'familiar with the factsof the case. The Bench therefore, deeming the ev...

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

GUNDAROO. (From a Correspondent.) Some time ago certain letters appeared in your Goulburn contemporary from Sleepy Hollow. I suppose you will be putting us   down as the residents of that place, seeing that   you have not had a communication from any of us for many weeks past. However, to let you intothe secret, we are not the residents of Sleepy Hollow, although we have been keep- ing very quiet lately. When we do come out (although it is seldom) it is generally stout or the time being, even if at the last it ends in a bottle of smoke, like the far-famed case of Massy v. Allfeck. Even the weather on Friday last was enough to rouse us up, and to it you must attribute the cause of this being sent to Queanbeyan. For the past few days it has been bitterly raw and cold, the wind generally blowing very hard. But on Friday last any person with one eye could see about one o'clock, that we were in for it, for at that time the large black clouds commenced like the E...

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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 — 26 September 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 TIHE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--In your leading article of last issue you say "our columns are always open to correct (?) ; I beg, therefore, to ,lay before your rea- ders a growing abuse. On Tuesday the 17th (?) inst. a quarrel took place between two men (?) Lehine and Cummins, as briefly reported in your last issue. Now, sir, when this alterca- tion arose, the Chief Constable was looking pas- (?) , and might have prevented an attempt (?) made of a breach of the peace, as the parties (?) in the street; and it would have been consistent in the eyes of any reasonable be- (?) the Chief had stepped over and quashed the (?) disturbance in the first instance. But his desire (?) the Black Hole appears to get the better of   (?) reason. I now come to the most glaring and disgusting part of the proceedings. One William Dent, w...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 September 1861

EPITOME OF NEWS.   A (From our C'ontemporaries.) A Mr. Flinn, of Count-a-Guinea, has met   of with a sad accident. His horse fell with him, and whilst down rolled over crushing him   about the loins and lower extremities, and   injuring his spine in a serious manner. Very   little prospect of his recovery is entertained.   At Bombala, a young girl named Sophia   Welsh has been apprehended by the police   of breaking and entering a dwelling -house and stealing therefrom; part of the property   was found in her possession. The The trials of the Burrangong rioters has resulted in the acquittal of the accused. The the evidence produced was of the weakest kind; an alibi was proved in nearly every instance,   and the whole of' this expensively concocted   prosecution broke down in the most igno-   minious manner. So much for the policy...

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

F,RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. In the Legislative Assembly, ' Onathe motion for the third reading of the Governor's Salary Bill, Mr. Cowper rose s to express the dissatisfaction with which he re garded the measure. He thought it unwise to reduce the salary of future. Governors. Mr. Piddington reminded the Colonial Se cretary that in 1844 he voted for reducing the Governor's salary to £4000. Mr. Cowper explained that at the period referred to, the colony was only just emerging frofit bankruptcy, and a general retrenchment was absolutely necessary. Mr. Sadlier, Mr. Redman, Mr. Dickson, Mr. Cunneen, Mr. Forster, and Mr. Leary argued in favour of the bill. The bill was then read a third time, and passed, and ordered to be sent up to the Le gislative Council. The motion of Mr. Dangar, respecting a return of the present salaries and emoluments of the deputy-postmasters and postmistresses in the colony, &c., was assented to. Mr. Lucas's motion relating to a return of the average cost per m...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

?Id. Sdid n. TfURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1861. t Tis circumstances uinde~ i which the it Cooma mail was lost 6n Motidiiy last ci will tend to enlighten' the' public as to the scandalous nmanner, in :which this contract is being carried"out, and adds one more.to the many evidences already in exiistence tending.to show the neces )r sity of a thorough reformation in every . branch- of the postal' service It has been justly observed by ; S3;dney con temporary that the entire department is at fault,--an opinion ?we freely, endorse, believing that :from:: the head of the department 'down' tob the country post miesters and contractors, it is difficult to Sfind an instanee of faithful~and satisfac tory discrharge of duty. ?ti fact, if we are to judge by the reports abounding in 'the public journals, it is everywhere Salike; and as everybody knows,. we of tl this district,, have our: 'shae of the e'i~ 0 Several of oui conti actors :h'i e misera bly fioiled to fiulfil their eng.agements ; the only ....

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBERi 24.' Is the. Legislative Assembly,.. : Mr. Wilson moved, pursuant,to notice,, for the appointmient of a select committee .to. in quire into and report upon the late disturbian ces at Burrangong.:'.. : Mr. Cowper opposed the motion; and, after .a debate in which many hon. members took part, was eveintually inegatii?d by a majority of 20 to 14. ..: "' . Mr. Wilson moved that an addrcss be pre vented to the Governor, praying for copies of ll telegrams and correspondence that have passed between the Government and any .of its obffcers at Bnrrangong since the proclama. tion of that gold-field, which' was negatived, on division by 25 to 17. Mr. Sitheranud presented a petition from the inhabitants of Paddington against permit ting the Chinese to labour on the gold-fields: . Mr. Wilson moved that an address be pre sented to the to the Governor, praying for a copy of the warrant for the apprehension of .mucs Togpy, a copy of the sworn testimony on which the warrant was gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

The. GOLDEN AGE',' l j 'QUEANBEYAN. ;ANDp MONAROi DIISTRICTS ( d 0,; ' , PayA.DVERTISER t _DI. ir TiS PUBLISHED. everyTuRSDAY morning, :it' the'Omce,f' MonnroQstreet;' Qti?nnbeyan , a~d for° :warded by that day's Mails to' all rarts'of the Colony?: S, TTER3MS 0o a O SUBBCRIE~TION. :.' In.? advance,; ,6s.; 6d ,;~.on` Credit, C6su..6d. per Quarter.' Per Annum, in advance, : £1.' Single T2'e7Qutirter ter)niaate on the31at'IDezeMr' 31.r 2or 30th .rTune, and 30th SepeteberJcLt' roicA' petdits o?'Td?gI Sutbsc?iibers d?cline by givin ,o tices, an ljay?gi t?.a noaalt. due to the oad of' t? current ,.Qurter. ,1'eti' ,Sibscribes can he received , t any time, andd lc arged n .froi 'tht ii .fl 1 'TERMS OF DVETISlIN :-,,. t:i STwo lines or;less of space'(8Sigle" . Column).................................. 0 : Four, lines.......r..........::....'...?. ? .2 .:Bix lines ..:. .:....'.. .. ..:.::.2 6 E i.Eghtilines;',or one iitchr !.':.·:._3 0","r Every additional ,iioah;, lii:' 6? beaoli ii'ert8ionu...

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Local Intelligence. THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ? PUBLIC MEETING.: ON Tuesday; Ipuirsuant: toa notice. posted the previous +day, ameeting wis hleld at the Court house; t itake' into' consideration the contents of 'a communication receivcd from ,"V.: Red ihannEsq., M.L.A., relative to the contem plated Telegraph for Queanbeyan..... ThePoLt.cs MAGISTRATE' exphiined: that he' ~hd conveiied the m'eeting at the requestof cer'tain gentleiren' interested in the. movement.i The'"notice; lia'd, been short, but considering; that there would be .a large assembly' on ,the spot, he thought it would have all the'effect' desired.:. :He understood that there :was+"ai' document in the hands of'sbme gentleman then present which would.enlighten :them' as to: the nature ,and /business of. the meeting ;' and it would. be for the meeting to resolve, whena they heard the communication read, 's' to the steps it' would be best to adopt.' On tho"mnition of -Da. IHAYEY , 'seconded" by Mr. WRIGoT, the Police 'Magistrate was voted;to ...

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

TIHTRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. .,In the-Legislative Coiuncil, SMr.: Deas Thomson obtained leave to;intro' dice a Bill to Incorporate ",the Tomago.Coal, Mining Compin'" y,'and subsequently~ the bill was read'a ifirst time: ... On:motion of-Mr. Robertson, 'tlie Statistiscal Register of Ndw South. Wales for 1860 was ordered to bi printed. 1 .. :, ., On motion of Mr. Robertson, Tuesday next was appointed' an additional sitting day, Go 'vernment business to take precedence. Mr. .Robertson moved' the second reading of the Crown Lands Alienation Bill, which, after a short discussion, was carried. without 'going to a 'divison. The House' adjourhned at twenty-five. min utes past eight o'clock, until four. o'clock on Tuesday.:: - -' a In the Legislative Assembly, ._The Chinese bill, was passed after- a :warm debate and ordered to be sent up, .to the: Le=, gislative Coincil. . . 7: ' The Gold-fields Bill was reporte:. tor?tho, House, and its recommittal moved by"'Mr. Cowper, for the purpose of. amen...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER -25. In the Legislative Council, . Mr. Campbell presented a petition from the' electors of Paddington, against.Chinese immlni' gration.. ..The bill for amending. the- qualification of judicial and other officers was brought up from the Assembly and read a first time., . The bill for;the alienation of Crown Lands was brought',up from the Assembly, and. read On a motion for fixing the secoiid reading for this day, Mr. Campbell hoped that they would not be committed to any hasty legisla-. tion; but on the assurance of Mr. Robertson that the bill was the same as had been 'before the Council a few weeks since; the motion was .agreed to. .', ,_' The bill for. the occupation of Crown :lands was brought up from the Legislative Assembly and read a first -time, the second reading being made anii order of the day-for Wednesday next.:, . Mr. Deas Thompson resented a petition from the Tomnago Coal Company, praying for leave to introduce a bill for their incorporation. The Co...

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MEMOIR OF A VAGABOND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

. IEMOIROF` A VAGABOND. ; , da C.tARn.ES Tuckier; alias De'St `'hilaire e otherwise Marquis De St. Hilair'e after wards Alessandro' Count of Borromeob and of the Holy Roman Empire,, some "e times Dr. Charles Tucker;, at other times n demagogue, lecturer, usher, and show= it man, but always swindler, was respon n dent, on .the 19th July, to a petition for divorce on charges of bigamy, polyg p amy, adultery, and desertion. The Em-, erald Isle is supposed to have the honour ;o of this individual's nativity,but he was able to pass himself ,ff, on:his first mar-l ' age In 1842, as an, Italian. ;:In 1847 .he, abandohed ;his wife and' betook him s self . to. Sheffield, wliere. he: announced e himself as Count Alessalidra de . Borro `I meo; so ; of the iduk' of 'ditto; and a _. political exile. i':'Hethere delivered in e ainmatory speechesof the .usual tone; fn made:himiself a personage of some im portance, ;o much so that !he was :very nearly being .elected a':memnier of ,the 'towrincounci...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Oct. 3. The Prices quoted below have references only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

snommercial I nt ticn Eigg 'GaoDEN Aale'" Office" Oct. 8. r- The PrPies quoted below have reference only to tranosac tions be?leen the producer andfirst purchaser. QUEATDE1?ANt MLAXETE ., Flour, per ton, fine £ 32 secoad £ o20 rations, ~9.' Wheat, pr bushel ... ... . 6 0 to 6 :6 rane; ditto :.. 1 3 to 0 0 Maize, ditto ... ... ... ... 0 9 to' 0 0 i;arle3; ditto ... . .... ... , 4 0 to 4 6 Oats, ditto .. ... ... ... 6 0 to 0 0' S ay, per ton, .... ... 41. to L1. -istter, (salot) 6 to0. 0 I acou, ... O 6- to 0 7 ? ?eese, ... 0 6to 0 7 Eggs, ... 1 0 to 1 : Potatoes, per cwt. - 5:. Fat Cattle, 51. 10s. to 71. 10s.; *'Calves, 11. 15s, uer head. -Sheep, lS.:to 20a.,per head; Pigs, 6d. perpound H-ides, 5s. Cd. to 6. each Sheepakins, 41d. to 6d lb. Tallow, per toun;.81. to 802., for good samples. Crritage. per ton,-Syaney to Queanbeynn, 81. 0Os. to 10t. 'QuaLnbeyan to Cooma, 41. 10s. to s51.. QUOTATlONS AT Thu' MILLS. 'Fine 1ont 1, 2 'tconds, 01. Pollard ... ... . s. 6d. T'an . .i; 'Is:d.' G...

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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

·. -~~s POST OFFICE. -ARRIVALS. From SYDNEY (rla BungobdorQ),-Mondlay, Thursday -. : Saturdny.at Eleven a.m. `ia Gundara ),-Wcednesday and Satir Sday, athalf-past Six p.m. Prom COOMA---MfondaY Wednenday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-- Weducsday and Saturday at Eight a.m. DEPARTURES. .: To SYDNEY (via Bungendore),--Monday, Wednesday, and' Saturday, at Nine a.m. (ria Gundaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, ai Six, a.m. To COOM.t,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To L.NYON,--Suudayand Thursday, at Three p.m.

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English Extracts. EXTRAORDINARY SPIRITUAL SEANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

(-- .- c ,li =- kt-gt -t.,- - - -0--- .EXTRAORDINARY ,SPIRITUAL SEANCE.. T t44o0 e News ',says,~?A. con~temipo rary journal publishes the follbwing ac `aunt of a spiritual seance, supplied by a correspondent, who is described by. the editor as:' a person 'ofhigh repu tation for sagacity, - love 'obf truth and all 'other qualities that enter into the composition', of an admiirable charac I ,took a: friend, who `wished to be present at a rseaice, to a lady's house in the Regent's-ptirk, who has beeina great Idealin India;, nd i the drawing-room she haisa number of idols of the Bur :mese gods, heiavy bras idols, and other Indian'i riosities. 'It is a good-sized, cheerfulxroom. We sat down, seven, to a heavy.: loo-table=seven- -two ,of the party being M .and Mirs. Home (the latter being in whit is believed the last Stage Of onsumption), the usual: raps and table tilts commenced;, and 'I made. my friend:go under the table for some time,that she might. see the iipossi=: 'ility of any tuic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 October 1861

ANISRMVERSARY SERMONS. .SUNDAY NEXT, :being 'the Anniversary of the Opening of Christ" Church, Queanbeyan, notice is hereby given that at both morning and evening service SERMONS will be preached, by the Rev. R. LEIGH, of Goulburn, and COLLECTIONS• made on behalf of the Building Fund. Queanbeyan, Oct. 1st, 1861. Steam-Roasted SULTANA COFFEE, Unequalled for Strength and Flavour. .he SULTANA COFFEE is • ?:, prepared from the choicest plantatlon coffees; and is unequalled for strength and Irichness of flavour.' :-As this 'delicious coffee is made expressly: for a family trade, it will not be supplied wholesale. . "'Families can, be sipplied 'with. Tins (air tight): weighing 1from?2lbs to 101ibs' weight, which can be . . Forwarded to any part of .the Southern Districts. R, 1-,' Blatloford, AUBURN STREET. GOULBURN. To Butchers and Others OR SALE, at my River .Sta tion, adjoining Queanbeyan,: SHEEP, in sriall lots or singly. Apply, to the Shep herd' in.charge, or to S ,GEORGE CAMPBELL, Du...

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