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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

WESLEYAN CHURCH. JN aid of the funds for the sup port of the Wesleyan Ministry in this Circuit, TEA MEETINGS will be held in the following ordqr viz.,-. At QUEANBEYAN, in the Chapel, on MONDAY, the 21st inst., at Six o'clock; At GUNDAROO, on TUESDAY, the 22nd inst.; and At PARKWOOD, Gininderra-creek, on SWEDNESDAY, the 23rd inst. After Tea, addresses, relative to the'dbject of the Meetings, will be given by severdl Min isters and other Gentlemen. - Tickets may be had in Queanbeyan, at the Braidwood Store and at the Golden Age office; at Gundaroo, of Mr. A. Fraser, Postmaster; and at Parkwood, of Mr. T. Southwell, sen. Similar Meetings will be held at YASS, GUNNING, and WESLEY VALE, of which due notice will be given in those places:: October 7th, 1861. To Stand this Season;' CHARNW00D, -THORHOOUGH '':'RED VAGABOND; THE PURE WHITE ARAB ORSE MAHOMET '; THE POWERFUL CART HORSE, ATLAS. Terms: £2 a 0s , l ro a uingle~luee I With a reduction to £2, if live ar sent lby one owner. HENRY HALL...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

* T unsDAY, OoTfOiER 8. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Campbell presented a petition from the inhabitants of the Glebe and Balmain, against Chinese immigration. The second reading of the Judicial and other officers qualification Amendment Bill and. the second reading of the PropertyLaw and Trus tees Relief Bill, were made an order of the day for Wednesday next. The consideration of the Crown Lands Oc cupation Bill, was postponed till after the completion din committee of the Alienation Bill. The House then went into committee on the Crown Lands Alienation Bill. With a few alterations all the clauses were agreed to, and the bill reported to the House; the adoption of the report being made an order of the day for Wednesday next. Mr. Robertson gave notice of his intention to move for the re-committal of the bill, in order to reconsider the amendment made in the second clause. Mr: Holden likewise intimated that he should again introduce the subject of his in tended amendment, in the ho...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

W EDNESDAY, OOTOBEna 2. In the Legislative Council, On the motion of Mr. Robertson the Crown Lands Occupation was read a second time, after some two hours' debate in which the bill was opposed by..Mr. .Deas Thomson and, Sir W. M. Manning, both, of whom objected to the duratioii'of squatting leases beeing limited to five years... The House adjourned till the following day. In the Legislative Assembly, In answer to Mr. Daniel the Colonial Se cretary said that it was the intention of the government to appoint to the office of sur veyor-general the gentleman who is now. act ing in that capacity: '' - ' The House went into committee on the publicans' licensing bill and .proceeded with its consideration as far as the fourteenth clause, and the House adjourned till next day.

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SAIL A-HEAD; OR A CRUISE DOWN SOUTH. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

SAIL A-HEAD; ; r. =OR, .A- CRUISE :DOWIN SOUTH. (Contributed to the Golden Age:) ('-Br'NED NAUTILHUS." "A strange sail in the offing." --"Sail I andhow - What I could you. aeke hcr out ? It caunet be I've seen no rag ofcanvas on the sca." "Belike," said Ben,1" you might not fjoin thebay, But from the bluffheads where I watched to-day I saw her in the doldrums, for the wind Was light and bailing." t "Her flag ?" "I had no glass, but fore and aft Egad she looked a wicked looking craft" BYRoNss "Islasd," "WELL, well and poor Ned is gone for ever,'' sighed Bill.. "Ned was my ,dearest friend (save Kate I. left at Portsmouth); many a voyage'loug" and 'wearisome have we 'liad together; but we shall sail no longer together upon these blue waters.: His 'death reminds zne of the ,loss, ofmy own ;little household goddess, Clanri z just as we had left our moor angs, a letter came to me' bearing the news of lher death, poor' child,' and she was my only one, too: The loss of her still hangs heavi...

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INVESTMENTS FOR SMALL CAPITALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

INVESTMENTS FOR SMALL CAP ITALISTS. IT does not appear to be generally known, that those who have small sums of money to invest, say from £100 upwards, can, with the greatest facility and no expense, procure the very dafest and most certain security by the purchase of Government Debentures. There is, even in these comparatively hard times, in the hands of many parties not in business, a good deal of money, for which ready and eligible secu rity is often not available. The simplicity and ease with which an investment in debentures is made, is not-the least of its recommenda tions. All that is necessary for any person to do who has, say £100. to lend, is simpily to write a note directed to the Colonial Treasurer, before 12 o'clock. on the appointed day. Some thing like the following : "Sir,-I.will give you £99 10s. for one de benture of £100. " JouN SMITH. "' 10 Blank-street, Sydney." The interest paid by the Government is 6 per cent. .;Those who wish to purchase 'the debentures can, ...

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HOW THEY TREAT LIGHT SOVE-REIGNS AT THE BANK OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

'HOW' TIZY;TREAT= LIGHT', SOVE REIGNS AT" THE :BAK4I OF ENGLAND. ,entera Iargeroon in tbe Bink, ;with itTl nedtebt rettiest steaim 'engirn .i`t, and with a variety of other sialf ma chines, whose complicated wheels are a ptlir-i motion-by tie said engineTh ce bulkiest object in the : roogmis a large s1 table, literally c'oveie'd. withoniontains of sovereigns. A. few officials, .with shovels in'Itheir banad are stirring the b 1irnmense glittering mass ` n Iti lie. at we veigh the sove- o" ieigns," whispers.our guide 'We stand , and atch;theprocess:U Ignorant aswve 11 are of the exact principees of = the ma= ,tl -chinies," e-:ar' atio eezr startlet by their fabulous otivity. t ..' .lBesides. "thi mystkeribust "ystem df wheels 'ii hel,, each of these ml1s,; yi ay open' squiare' bbx; and ini-tliis 'boe ,slantif:iiri ani"a idbf ' 40 deg., t~woegments of cylinders,,xvih th'e opexi j~ait t turne atds a 1A-&ral' 1 sovereigns, plao n into one' of thes tubes passes slowly, doway and o...

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Miscellancous. ENCOUNTER WITH A GORILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

g'a ""it'etib sp u . A EN! TER -WITH A GORILLA; .1 TuE singular noise of the breaking of I tree-branches continue fd. e Twalked vith e greatest care, making no noise atdall. The countenances of the men' howed ~that they thought themselves 1 -engaged in a very serious undertaking; -but wer- pushed,'on, untilfinaly '=`e j thoughtwe saw through the thick woods theraoving ofteth.; branches and small tress which the'greathbeait wras teariig' dwprobabily to get from them-- the " 1 h ere n risle lives on. Suddenly,, as we were-yet creeping along, in a si )lencerwhicn made; a`heivylbr i athiseem iloud1 and?- di tiict , the wo s vgere'at ince flld withathe tremendous backing' roaifof t bril- the ;under ,sh swayed rapidly.just a-head, and Irsetiod'; anfoo immense or la. He hadgonethrotightthe jun glel' n'his° all-fours ;biut he` hesaw= ,our. party he erected himself and looked us boldly in the face.: He `stood about !a dozen, yards from us, and was a sight I think I never shall forget. Nearly...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

BIRTH.     At her residence, Albion Cottage, Lowe-street,   Queanbeyan, on the 5th instant, Mrs. JOHN GALE, of a daughter. MARRIED, On the 24th day of September, by spe- cial licence, at St. David's Cathedral, by the Ven. Archdeacon Davies, AMELIA LYDIA WEBB, eldest daughter of Mrs. Isaac Pear, of Hobart Town, to HUBERT MEDLEY, sixth son of William Medley, Esq., of Mansfield House, Iver, Bucks, England.  

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SHADOWS. A SERMON BY DOW, JUN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

y _, SERMONL-BY3 DOW; JUNl TETx r.- Shaidow'oft the wedlded life; 1 Fp/ Every boy must liave'a wife, +, uEvory maiden will be wed; Eager heart and him ie head Sure of hapiiness complete; What a shadow! 'what deceit vn W'hea the nuptial-link'is'tled, Shadow husband! shadow biide !) ;+s I :AR ~l " ia:shadows-we i are, and. what shadows we; pur7 shie::. Tis: exclamation is oldsand, rn lte1 .:or o our considerate 6 Sshadovs in pursuit of shadows ;, _hiDeity' is;thj substance;, andr life 1' e suni that causes.Iem " Wlri'tiat ,8, set, the midirvidual : va shadowsK are iseeii ,noroe upon 2 ;h face_ i ff ,the earth;'. but all is ; one unuversal "shdade.: :;,1utif4 , tself. is, a mere shadow awalkm . -in ~shadotiv;acccor1ingt ,idShake-., eeting shadow 1c cording to smbyouels and according; oto some other none -its * i butithi aslad1ThIof& s1sihiaow i es,.end, truly did the fish monger -remark when he said E' i sfe is'a shad'! 'Oh, howeir fiies !='N d6n11 the stream of ti e, e 4call o...

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The Golden. Age. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. TuE manner in which the General Licensing- -Bill was disposed of on Thursday,.night, :in- the Assembly, may be, regarded as tantamount to its` defeat ;--a fate, indeed, it richly ;merited. It 'was a most disFeputa ble. bill. The,. present system of licensing is rotten enough; but to `tiilktitiite the "proposed Bill in its place would have' resulted in)conse .quences the- most, pernicious. Its objectionable features ,were many, hnd liy thentniotonly would drun kenness have abounded more thani ever, but other vices would have 'received fresh; stimulus and better fostering, It would everywhere'have tended to a greater `desecration of the Sabbath; and in the rural parts, in addition: to this-evil,; the 'public house would have been "capable of being converted into a literal," den of thieves,"=the haunt of despera does of. alL slhades, who ; would find in the, ruralinn a shelter from the espionage of tihe olice and a strong hold from :the-arm off the law;. in ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

----o-- * PoLICE COURT.-Again, for a whole week, there has been only one case before the notice , of the Bench. On Tuesday a son of Ba&chus, Jeremiah Crawley; was for a" too free tiidul =' gence in "the cup that cheer and then ine- :1 briates " fined 5/. in default confined two hours in the cells. . ' QUARTER SESSIONS FOR Qif!ANBRhAN.-~ =i ;By a -iotice in the Government. Gazettq. vf Friday last we .are glad to see that Queanbeyan -is. appointed a place for holding Quarter' Sessions. The first sessions will be held oQ Nov'ember 26th.: --This is an arrangement which we are sure will meet the hearty ap proval of the entire district, for not only will it tend to the material advantage of. the town, by-the periodical sojourn of parties having. business at the sessions, whose money will be: spent here rather than elsewhere; but all the loss of time, expense, and inconvenience at tendant upon the prosecution of criine at a distant court will be likewise obviated. ':AcoaizDnNi-Jast...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE TMAIL LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. 7rta ELECTRIC TETE01GA'H.3 (From yesterday's' Goulburn Herald.") Tins Peninsular and Oriental Com parny's 'mail steamship, Benares, ar rived at Melbourne at 4 p.m., yes terday, with English news to the 16th August. 'The following are .the principal: items of intelligence by this arri val:- The British Parliament has been" prorogued. *Mri--. Layard nas, been appointed 'Uider-Secretary for Foreign affairs. Thie Queen has been enthusiasti callY received iniireland. _The King of Sweden has visited England and France. Baroni Vidil had been sentencec to I' mionths' hard labour for .the miirderous assanlt ;uponh his son; anid'the' latter had' been sentenced' to ,oino month's imprisonment for re fusinig to give evidence. fAterrible disaster had occurred. 'in ,railvway tunnel at Brighton, 200 passengers being killed aid wounded. Colonel0 Gore Brown. has. been ap pointed to succeed, Sir II. F. Young as Governor of Tasmania. Sii' Dominic 'Daly succeeds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

1001 ]KERCIAL BAK~NGCMPJN OF SYDNEY. CPNANEYAN BRANCH. is heieby notifie'd that :this BRANCH hs. been established for the t "transactio .obfall usgal'Banking business. ., Current accoiintstsopened foie iny oanunt: No account allowed to be bveidraw. .' Interest is allowed on Fixed Deposits us follows: ;' , +;i1 t:.' ". ubject tothre months' notice of withdrawal 2 V ceunt 1p annum.' Ditto to six, ditto 8..".... Ditto to twelve ditto. . 4' .. ; Drafts are issued on the'Het4 'Office, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of tlaeBank at GOULDUiIN . ": SUOALiIAYEiN YAs' ,;" MAntYonouoaný Moursrur . (Queensland) WOLLONGONG , .EDENI(TwOfold bay) SMAITLA.i " ,;;BRROwA. 1 1'rINA- { BUaaAN~oiw Also, <,VICTORIAfl' J.i , S.2AUtSTRALIA ' TASMANIA. GREAT BRITAIN. .:. IRELAND; &ce" ,,, -WALTER SCRIVENOR ; July 1st, 1861. MANAGER. QUEANBEYAN" AGENCY.' ICTORIA -FIRE and MA ,;! RINE :INSURANCE COMPANY. (Established-in1 Melbourne 1849.) SYDNEY-. BRANCH --Pitt street, opposite the Empire Off...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

;.IMPOUNDINGS. At GUNTXo,,on the 20th September, from the Keswickiestate, by Mr. P. Kerus ; ,dam agies 2/ each :-=-Ued ox, white face, E rump, like HIMI. or iEHILL off ribs; red. ox,. E rump, 811 off thigh; red ox, grey face, E rump, like H&L or HALL off ribs; straw bonry ox, illegible brand, off ribs, like E rump. If not relcnser', will be sold on the 2litOctober. W. IIUDD, Poundkceper. At,CoraLECTOn, on the 28th September from the estate'of T. A. Murray, Esq., Lake George'; damages.2/6:- Roan horse, star, switch tail, black points, TM sidcways near shoulder, six years old, srixteen hands high. If not released within twenfy-four- days . from date of publication,.will lie sold. S.. COowTrnx, Poundkeeper, At QUEA BTEYAI, on the 24th September, from Gininderra; daou es and driving 8/t each; Bay horse, WV overvblotched brand like JO near shbulder and. hip; chosinut thorse, .F near shoulder. Also, same day, Troui Charn wood; 'damages and driving 4s. each ----ay mare, like SN off...

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Original Poetry. THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 October 1861

_..ri ta tri 'The barque's away; s - Sourid and ga . ' i_, ; oning oer~themi a :i~i,,si g;'. And hopeful sighs' t? a Followin its train On,-on she sweeps, O'er mighty deeps, Innocent of fear, And o er her track ~ rwlook. Back, f: z 1=, Withmany a blizidii 8 tear" ;Well ay bittei tears beshed & isad.an deck.1betweeng , .i Those wh ye. cried their last farew el ; Foortheirrave's the deepsea ge SsBrav, ve, n:se presses, . Nog ughtahekens of stornis distresses,: ºi zAsA in glorious light I ' LOf the sulnshine briglt s. :" rides away, away. arDek and darker grow the heavens, Lo i and louder Boreas hovls, ".; sr~~tr;> `and L brabely L i`ýtt:On she, struggles; peife's picious fieight is near its close. hea'en s let loose its mighty voices, 'thunder, lightning; rain, rejoices, Grasping laiid and sea; 3Weaker -weakez, ftrives the barque,,: Ohhedor of Noah s ark,' They; never. more will see. ,..Mi tdaikic'~icun, and howling wind, . 4 fearful towering form arises On she dashes, (, f...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE," Office, Oct. 17. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

« GowsEN AaG ,;.? e eO.Oct,,1g7;.? S27-Te Prices quoted beloow ehae rferanc.onlsyi to.rqs~qiac lions between thle ] focdreEr 'and fist t e r. 17, -:lour : pe' tdn, lh 2"~«' ; seeou.is oy'£?Otitpn+ X19:.r Wheat, per: bushel; 0 -,"rr t6los 0 Bran, ditto.,. i;;,.7: 3r= ý.*me ;." AitI,, 1 r " 8toq0-00 Oats, ditto ? .: , ..S4 :;:. ...1;: '.. to, '0 -0 Butter, (salt) 0 6 too 0 ]acon, ... o ,-,,o? e Chccse, 0 6 to 0 7 Eggs,,,. I- 0 1 6 r+'i Poatoos, perr ct.' . " Fat Cattle, Si. 10. to 71. 10s.; Calves,Jli 15#i, ei r1?heicd' Shlep;, 15s, to 0s., peerhead;r, igs; 6d. per pound i3 IIides, 5. Gil. to 6s. ench . . Shcpskins; 4tV to Gd)lb. Tallow, per ton 981. to 30.l;!for good s0mtples. ;; . SCarriage; per: ti,--Sydnoy .to Queanbeyhn, 81- 10J: t.`101l Queanbeyan to Cooma, 41s.to. 10s e t lu: quorATIOYS .rT:.TIE `IL LS: 9 1 rino dour, 2l. ' S:lconds, 201 Polltarda,:: l _?1 l: Dd. Bran . 8.. :. 34. Grinding., ..: : I.d t'"Heart '....:.:; :iig .0dI "q+ : M,.n 18YD3NEYMAItKHT. , Fine Flour, per to...

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Further European and American News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

Further European and Ameri ..--. ... _ .can New . .. Ir addition: to the brief telegrami of news by the Benares, as given in our last, we sup ply the following- further particulars,. from telegrams to the Sydney papers i-s: '' .The. new . Bankruptcy Bill, concerning which great interest was felt in .commnercial circles, had previously passed bothliHouses, and received the Royal assent. -; - -"The weather has continued favourable;, iand the harvest has been nearly :Icompleted ?din England. Accounts from 'Scotland~ t~and Wales are not favourable. The Rev. James Roe has been found. guilty of :the, charge of having forged "a cheque for` £6000, and has.been sentenced to'ten years' penal servittide. In .Liverpool,. ainAmericanb attle of 'north and 'so'th'was 'repressed with great diffculty Two, cases of cholera are said torthave ,c curred at Nottingham. I: I T t Rumours are in circulation of at approatch • ingliriterview between-the Queen of Spain'and .th Eimperor of the' Ferich' -: 'rhe ...

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KIANDRA. October 12th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

(From our own C'orrespondent._ : O ,: ,,os ?, ,"-October 12th? 1861.' This week I scarcely knowv-what to write' about; 1everything.here continues the same as it' as for' several" weeks past,-trade. dull, money scarce, weather unsettled-one hour it is raining, another seuii'shing, and .the next it is snowing ' e literally a ,exist among, the clouds, the altitude being so great, and every passing cloud changes -the weather. Since 1. last wrrotea you there has '6een a most frightful case of suicide here., On Tues day morning last about seven o'clock, Hugh Nicholl (the Kiandra milknman) ;committed suicide in his bed, by cutting his throat from ear to ear; with a razor. So determined was he to accomplish the deed,: that the head was nearly severed fronimthe body.. The deceased was a native of Ireland, 88 years. He had been drinking heavily, for- several' days, so'Il was informed by one wlio has;beenhcontinually about his path. Several.parties of diggers 'have eset into6the township hill,...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

7:'EDNs.DAYj OCTOBER 9. Inthe .Legislative'Council, .-., The Attorney-General moved for and ob tained leave'to bring in-bills i 1st, t aiscertaini titles to land; and 2nd, to facilitate the trans for of land. The 'ills ivere read a first time, oi ;the inderfstnding that' they ivbwld ,ie Jre: ferred' to a select comniittee at the next stage. The remaining. buisihess': brio the :paper' was postponed for the consideration of the Crown; Lands Oceupation Bill.. y, : .. :L The House .,went ;into.:committee on the Crown Lands Occupation Bill,.and aleingth= ened disciisioii' ensued od:tlie' third 'clause giving power to the Governor, with the advice . of the Executive Cduncil,-,to del are any un settled district' o?porbtion' f such district to" be of the class of. second-class settled dis The Chairman having complained of illness, the debate was adjourned until next day. Mr. Robertson.moved the secondireadJng.of i the Chinese Immigration Regulation and Re-" striction Bill. :'..'' " The bill...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

....... tFIDAY,.OCTOBER 11. o" " , In the Legislative.Council, In reply to aquestionby Mr. Gordon -.,M Robertson said thatithe Government 'intended to introduce a'bill during the current 'iession for amending` the construction"of `the UpTlerr House, and also that 'it wouild be" introduced in that branch of the legislatiiure: ,The ,H'ousa then'went' into comiittee eon the Crown Lands Occuipation Bill, a'rid : ith' some trifling alterations; the`'severail latises' were agreed to." Now the bill "Was 'iepoited, and the adoption of the report made an order ofAthe day' for Wednesday next':: :' .:Sir William, Manning intimated 'his"inten tion.of having the bill' recommitted,"''for:the' purpose.of considering an amendmenit of -the second'clause, similar to that which'had been made in the Alienation.Bill... - . ..".i ,On the order,of-the day for the adoption of the. report, on .the Crown ::Lands Alienation Bill being read, Mr. Hargrave moved the re committal of the-bill for some'amendments i...

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