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Queanbeyan Police Court. MONDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. F. Hayley, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

-o- MONDAY. (Before the Police M'agistrate and W. F.. ~ay ley, Es.) James Caffery was fined 5s. for drunkenness. Donald Campbell and James Britton, for a similar offence, were discharged with a repri4 miand. THURSDAY. (Before the Police ttagistrate, H. Hall and VW. F. .ayley, Esps.) Founous RIDI.---Matthew M'Allister and Archibald 'M-'Guinness were charged by the chief constable with firious riding in Rutledge street, on the previous day, and was fined £2 each and costs. ASSAULT AT DUNTRooN.-William Ford was brought up under warrant for unlawfully as saulting and beating Thomas Line on, the 8th instant. The assault was proved and the bench found the defendant guilty; fined £5 or in default of immediate payment, .two months imprisonment. . BREACH OF THIE IMPOUNDING ACT.-"Donald 'M'Donald v." Jonn Lawler.-The plaintiff through Mr. Freestone complained of the tres pass of six pigs the property of defendant; he further stated that he had driven the pigs to defendant's house and demanded...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH, QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH, QUEANBEYAN. ON Sunday morning last, at.'11 o'clock, :'the; .new Anglican Church, called Christchurch,; was solemnly opened for'. Divine Service. The Rev. A. D. Soares, the Incumbent, offi-i "ciating,' in' the: absence of clergymen : from Goulburn or Yass, whose services had 'been expected for the occasion. The interest mani fested by' the friends and members of- the' church, was, judging from the very :numerous- attendance and becoming de- :ment of the worshippers, more than com-' 1; and' must have afforded much pleasure the . iX-iister and lay; officers: upon kas devolved the onerous task. of ng .ph. an edifice. The text from ;which s.o ning discourse was preached, was ta , iFom Zechariah iv. 6: 'Not by might, nor o ::r, but by my Spirit, saith the lord A-. After sundry introductory remarks, preacher proceeded'to speak of the sacred :e in which- they were then assembled, . ;'roper feelings which should actuate r.: ,, i and hearers on the occasion. The e, ...

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THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

THE -VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. ECOMxUNICATED. 'rm:a Viruunque Cano, sung the old heathen, and though nineteen hundred years have since eiapsed, imen can oftentimes find no better pulject for the muse. The god of war is still worshipped and victims sacrificed on his altar. Music and poetry attain their highest flight in souniding the praise of the warrior. But if there Is something attractive to the human. mind iiuwar, in itsniost barbarous form war aggressive, what noble and sublime associations, surround the idea of war dlefrnsive. No vir tuie seems so beautiful as that of patriotism. Every granid quality of our nature is engagep in such. a -devotion. Courage, fidelity, self denial, all those qualities that go to make the an, Ipar: excellence, have been called into exercise by the lover of his country in a great criiss? We are naturally led to these reflec tions by the present, state of popular feeling in Europe and the imminent danger there is .of oflrminther country, being involved in ...

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SYDNEY. Sydney, 9th October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

SYDNEY.. (From our City Correaspondent.) Sydney, 9th October; 1860. Tna upper branch of the Legislature met on Wednesday last, and after a little preliminary business voted itself a weeks' holiday. Of their "acts and deeds" there iathere fore nothing to chronicle. The church of England Pro. vincial Synod Bill, which was intimated in the Council, will come on for reading on Thursday, the 11th instant. A Bill has been introduced authorising the Muster in Equity and Chief Commissioner in Insolvency to issue writs of summons during the absence of the Judges from Sydney. This will remedy a defect which has at times pressed sorely on individuals, who have found themselves about to be swindled by an absconding creditor, without being en abled, through the absence of the judges, to put the law in motion. In the Assembly every question sinks into insig nificance, compared with that of the land. The second reading of the Crown Lands Alienation Act was moved in a long speech by MIr. Robertson ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

Commercial, Banking Company of Sydney. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. TTishereby notifiedthatthisBRANCH; ..I-. has been established, for the transaction of all usual Banking business." .,Interest is allowed on Fixed. Deposits as Ufollows, viz : Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal 3 P cent annum. Ditto to six ditto......... 4 ,, Ditto to twelve ditto..... 5 ,, _.;Drafts are issued' on the Head Office, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of: the' Bank'iat 'Goulburn, Yass, Morpeth,' Albury;, Wollon-' 'gong,;' Maitland, Kiama, Shoalhaven, Mary borotgh, Cooma and Eden. ' Also, upon SThe :Bank ofIVictoria,.!Melbourne; and, upon 'Great Britain:and Ireland. W. SCRIVENOR, Manager. Opposite to; Mrs. DOYLE'S, uean - beyan Inn: 000 NUGENT & COPE Beg to inform their friends :throughout the District,; that they have just completed the purchase of an extensive and varied stock, suitable for a COUNTRY STORE, - COMLPRISING Drapery, S Groceries, Hardware, & c., &c. And whilst acknowl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

* Oa zqttt otiee. A Sale of Crown Lands W ill .be held at the under mentioned place on the day stated:- GOULBURN (AT THE POLICE OFFICE. ) On TUESDAY, 23rd October. COUNTRY LOTS.-COUNTY OF GEOROIANA. 48ý acres near the rookwell River, adjoin ing part of the north boundaries of A. Stephen son's 1201 acres and 45. acres, parish un named, portion 0-ix. 103 acres on the right bank of the Crook well River, adjoining the east boundary of T. B3ray's 1147 acres, and opposite A. Long's 1042 acres, portion 0 x. 8 lots (82 to 481 acres) at the Red Ground, near Laggan, adjoining and near M'Cormack's 50 acres, portions 0-I to 0-mII. 34 acres at the Red Ground near Laggan, adjoining the east boundary of J. Norton's 40 acres, portion 0-Iv. 40 acres on the left bank of ]3urra Creek, three quarters of a mile north-easterly from J. Hillas' casternost 040 acres, portion 0-T. 40 acres near the head of Burra -Creek, at the Trial Flat, portion 0-II. 820 acres at Hillas' Meadows, near Yal braith, and head ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

BIRTH.   On the 10th inst., at Queanbeyan, the wife of Mr. G. Soares, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

To,Stand this Season, at Spring Bank, Canberra, THE ENTIRE HORSE     DRAGON. He is a beautiful Jet Black Horse, possessing great muscular power. stands 160 hands high. Got by Mr. Hall's ce lebrated horse, Glenelg, out of a Tom-of-Lin coln Mare.   Terms :- £1 15s. each mare. -o- For further particulars apply to THOS. JOSLYN, At Mrs. SLADE'S, Canberra, Racing Notice. All persons are hereby cau tioned from employing any of my sons as riders or jockeys at the ensuing races. Oct. llth, 1800, Wm. SWANN. CHALLENGE. The Queanbeyan District Cric ket Club will not only be happy to talk to the Gundarooites about Cricket, but will be happy to play them a friendly match on the day after the Queanbeyan Races, viz., Thursday, the 18th instant. An early answer is requested. Wool. and Stock. TI-IE HIGHEST prices obtained, on. LOW COMMISSION through GREER and CURTIS, 115, King-street, Sydney.

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NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 October 1860

NIMITYBELLE. (From our own Correspondent.) SINCE I last addressed you, a few workmen have been despatched to open a bridle track over the Nimitybelle mountain, and if they' are successful, as it is generally believed they will, the little money it will cost will be well expended, and many a weary and foot-sore traveller occasionally passing through this tow'ship for Kiandra, will on his return here be we(l. pleased to learn that a nearer route may be taken, if present anticipations are re alized. Many of the townspeople feel certain that the endeavours of the road-party will meet with the most perfect success. Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt. I must however confess, there are in my opinion difficulties in the way, which render the same somewhat contingent. - On Monday 1st instant, at 4.30; p.m., we were visited with a slight earthquake. A low hollow noise was heard, and at once a severe shock was felt. Moveable articles, such as glass or earthenware, did not retain thei...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

" IMPOUNDINGS. From the Goernmentl Gazette, Tuesday, Oct. 2. "" 'At QUEANBEYAN, on the 27th Septem~n. ber, from' hdtr6on ; One brindflisid'd btbillock, M near rump, 8 near thigh, illegible brand near shoulder. One white poley bullock, E. off rump, Eft. ribs. One'white steer, E offi rump,; EM ribs. One strawberry steer, both ears: marked, no, brands visible. One yellow cow, RY near rump, JG ribs. One strawberry heifer, red neck, illegible= or' flank, six months old. -.'; I-I. LEVER, Poundkeeper? , SAt BUNGENDORE. on the 24th Sptenmber, 1800, f?t?it part of .the estate of Mr. Thomas Slannhan, inn., for trcs. pass on open pasture land; damages and driving 3s.:- " One bay mare, black points, a few white hairs in forcleorna ' pulled tail, broken an, anchor brand on both shoulders, -K under saddle off side, diamond under saddle near side.` If not released, will be sold twenty-four days from dat0e of publication. O. IIYRNE, Poundkccper. Fronm the Gorernment Gazette, Friday, October 5. At C...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

WEEKLY CALENDAR... Days of the Week. MoDOf Sun rises Sun sets A Moon's SATURDAY:-.... Oct. 20 25' 6 19 7'. SUNDAY.....:... ,, 21 ~6 23 6 20 8 MONDAY';;.;;.;..... ,.22 5 22 6 20 9 TUESDAY.......... _ 23 5 21. 6 20 10' WEDNESDAY...... 24 5 19 6 22 11 THURSDAY..:.. ·' 25 18 623 I12 FRIDAY............ , 26 6 17. 6 24 13

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

(From our City Correspondent.) Sydney, 16th October, 1860. Youa columns will this week be too much occupied with English intelligence -to admit of profuse scribbling : on the part of your city correspondent, and I shall therefore be as brief as I consistently can. The estiniates have been laid on' the table of the Assembly, and the following is an abstract of the sums required to defray the estimated, expenses of the Government of New South, Wales, in the year 1861.: . Schedules A, B, and C, to 19 Vi., cap. 54. Voted .Required for 1860. for 1861. Provided by the Constitution Act '50,500 56,500 Provided by Colonial Acts - - r 1,850 1,850 Additional expenditure - - -... 3,539 . 3,589 Executive and Legislative - - 17,707 18,601 The Chief Secretary - 340,155 .371,989 'Administration of usticeo - -- '49,570. 56,000 'TheSecretaryforFinance and Trade 230,405 238,786 "?The crctnry for Lands ._< 177,610' 171,802 TIE SicRETABY Yon PUrLIo WoRKs.' . Chargeable on the revenue for the ...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, October 20. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

" GOLDEN AoE" Offie, October'`20.. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. WHEAT.-lls. Gd. to 12s. per bushel. FLouR.-Fine, £40 per ton; seconds £442., BREAD.-- d. to 10d. BRAN.-ls. 8d., to Is. 9d. per bushel. MAIzE.-Os. to Gs. 6d. per bushel. BARE?EY.-None. OATs.-8s. 6d. per bushel. I-HY.-£8 per ton. BUTTER.-1B. 6d. per lb. CIIEESE.-9d. to 10d. per lb. BAcoN.-- d. per lb.' Eaos.-ls. Gd. to Is. 9d. per dozen. PoTAToES.-£7 to £8 per ton. FAT CATTLE.- £5 10s. to £7 10s. per head. CALVEs.-£1 15s. per head. SI1EEP.-16s. to 20s. per head. Plas.-Gd. per lb. TALLOw.--8G6. per ton, for good samples. HIDES.--GB. to 7s. each. 1SuEEPsKiNs.--4d. to Gd. per lb. CARRIAGE PER ToN.-Sydney to Quieanbyan, £17 to £18; Queanboyan to Cooria, £6Xt6 £7; Queanubeyan to East or WestfDeni son (Russell's), £14 to'£16 ; Queanboyan to Kiandra, £22 to £24., Queaunbyan, Sept. 29th.' QUOTATIONS AT .THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR ......... £809 :ton : SEcONDs.......... £41 ,, Bnx ................ "s. 3d.. tols 9d. ,Ibushel POL...

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WESLEYAN MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

WESLEYAN MISSIONS. ON Friday evening last the annual meeting in furtherance of the objects of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society was hold in the Wesleyan Chapel in: Rutledge street. The meeting being held whilst we were at'press with our last issue, a brief an nouncement of the event was all that could at that time be given; we now proceed to give a more detailed account of the proceedings. The Rev. W. Kelynack, superintendent of the circuit, gave out a hymn, and the Rev. H. Mack engaged in prayer. After which Mr. W. O'Neill was voted to the chair. The Chairman yegretted that a more worthy person than himself had not been: solicited to fill the honourable position he: that evening Soccupied. He was sorry likewise to witness a comparatively small atthndance.?` He was sure everything had been done that was prac ticable in order to make the meeting as inter esting as possible. Missionary societies were important institutions; although some people thought otherwise. ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLB. THE ADJOURNED 'DEIATEn ON LAND 3BILL, was brought to a close on.Thursday, the 12th inst., and the bill was read a second time without division. M? onday, October '12:..: , AnoLITIoN OFr CAPITAL PUNISIIJIENT.-On the motion of Mr.. Parkes, leave wasgrianted to introduce a bill, to abolish: capita punishment. LAw or PRIMIOGENITURE.-On the motion of Dr. Lang, leave was given to introduce a bill for abolishing the law of primogeniture.:

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GARDENING CALENDAR, FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

GARDENING CALENDAR, O?O TruE MONTH OF OCTOBER. Transplant any plants that are large enough, after or liring rain; plant potatoes at intervals, French beans, cucumbers a melons, pumpkins and vegetable marrows. Attend to celery. ..

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. From SYDNEY via Goulburn and Bungendore, Sunday, Monday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. From GOULBURN, via Collector, Gundaroo. and Giu inderra, Wednesday and Saturday, at 6.30, p.m. From COOMA, Sunday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, T :hursday, and Saturday at 8 a.m. .Frmu'I.ANYON, Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Departures. To SYDNEY, via Bungendore and Goulburn, Sunday, Mon. S ay, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday at .8--3 a m. To GOULEURN, via Gininderra, Gundaroo, and Collec. tor, Sunday and Thursday, at 9.15, a.m. To COOMA, via Micalago, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 10 a.m. .To LANYON, Sunday and Thursday at 3 p.m. *** Lettres for dispatch to Sydney or Goulburn must be posted o. the previous evening by 8 o'clock. 0*. The Post-Ofice at Quaeabeasn wsill be opened on SUNDAYS from 9 to 10.15, i,n the morning, instead of from S to 3 in the afternoon, as heretofore. October 1st, 186...

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Parliamentary. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, October. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

------oo--? SLEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, October. 10. CENsus BILL.--The Colonial Secr y gave notice of his intention to move to bTig in a census bill, at the next sitting of the Council. CONSTITUTION OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.- . The Colonial Secretary. moved for -leave--tq bring in the bill to; allow . the constitution of the Legislative 'Couric l. It is propose lto have twenty-eight electoral districts s-%.t ;Pi turn thirty members; ten of whom are to'ratire at the end: of two years; the duration .of the' Council to be three. years--with a power of dissolution in the Governor. at any. time ;' the qualification for a seat, manhood; age thirty five years i; for an elector of the same as for the Assembly. The question for leave to bring in was carried . without a division being called, although there were several loud negatives. 1 GOLD DurY.-The bill for the repeal of the gold duty was brought up from the Assembly. and read a first time. Thursday, October 12:. The Colonial Secretary...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

A FALsE REPORT. - Whilst at press on Friday last, our reporter brought us a paragraph to the effect, that Mr. Thomas Moran had thrown up his contract for the mail-service, and that the government had offered the same to Mr. J. J. Roberts at his former tender. The source from whence this report was obtained seemed reliable enough. But, being informed by Mr. Moran that such a thought never entered his mind, but that it is his intention to carry out his contract, even though it be at a loss, we deem it our duty to contradict the above statement. To OUR CONTEMPORARIES.WX.- have un feigned pleasure in acknowledging the very favourable, and in some instances, flattering manner in which the first numbers of. the Golden Age were noticed by the colonial press. It was more than we anticipated ; and, in presenting our best thanks to our con temporaries for the kind reception they have thus given us, we can assure them and the public too, that it will be our aim and desire always to maintain th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 October 1860

Fai ily Circle, as for the Promotion of Social, Co mercial, and Agricultiural Interests. GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE Bankers' and other Check Books, Posters, Handbs, Busines Blank Ruled Forms, Announcements, Club Articles and Societies' Reports, Auctioneers' and Tradesmen's Circulars, Books and Pamphlets, Cards;,Billheads, &c., . DISPLAYED ACCORDING TO THE MOST APPROVED AND TASTEFUL DESIGNS; Executed in a style not to be surpassed, if qualled, by any office in the Colonies, and with acceuracy and the utmost dispatch. th 1A1 1STEREOTYPING executed on the Premises. Forms, Cuts, &c, moulded, and. Duplicates cast immediately and returne, ithout delay OOD LETTER CUT to order Blocks Engraved (to work in one two; or more colours) for Posters, Show Cairds; &c. : : : . - % ? ; ? ' . i : ,. ? . . . : : !: : _. . :: .: . . ?? : : . ; ." : .i " • " I· " -: " = :... 4. "?. ·.:i ? i",. : " ! IP ? E 'A C 1D N O T E ]IS P R V D A D gAT gJ E i~ : " 2 ' ": :,. ,. . "?..:.. :: . E ...

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