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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

LATEST COLONIAT NEWS - YESTERDAY'S TELEGORAMS. ! , Another affray has occurred at the Burran gong diggings between the police and the rioters. Six of the latter have been arrested. Bayonets were used, and tne crowd fired:intp. Stewart, of Burrangong notoriety, has been liberated on his own recognizances. The schooner, Emily HIort, has been wrecked off the North Head. No lives lost. ' Balcombe, a clerk in the Surveyor General's Office, has shot himself, and a squatter named George Lynn, has been picked up floating is the harbour under suspicious circumstances. The colliers at Newcastle resumed work yesterday, having defeated the attempted re-o duction of wages.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

TO -CORRESPONDENTS. OMEGA t.- our reply to NED NAUTILUS, Which must terminate the scribbling betweenayou and him, is to hand, but cannot appear till next issue. .

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

WESLEYAN CHURCHI IN ai'of tb fuds for the?' sp-''siip -"' port 'of the"Wesleyugn Mi'iNry j ii? this Circuit, re n:. r _ " TE i MEETINGS. will.be ,hold; in: the' following; order, visz (At, QUEANBEYAN, in! ithe Chapel,` on MONDAY,.the 21st-inst.; at Six,o'clock; '' At GUNDAROO,'on TUIESDAY, the 22nd, insti; and " 'At, l'ARKWOOD;, Gininderra=creek, oni WEDNESDAY, thei23rd, inst;-: ; "'·' After Tea, addresses, relative to :the. object; of the Mdetings, will ble given by several;Min ist6rs and'other Gentlinemen: .Tickets may be had in' Quidiiiboyii,att' thei ' Braidwood Store arid at the. Golden Ag~ oficelo at; Gundaroo, of Mr. A. Fraser,: Postmaster;. aid at Pabkwood, of Mr. T., Southwell, son. Sinmilar: Meetings' will' b·tiliold ti ' YASS, GUNNING, and WESLEY VALE; of which due. notice will' be given in those places;:.:. :,: October 7th, 1861. . :: . . , Rl'ev,. A:. £iNNYCUIK,, L" of: raidwood, V?ill .?old .DIVINE SERVICE bAi SUNDAY the '27th ,inst., att thle COURT .HOUSE,`':Qiiiinboy...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

MADAM CATHERINE HAYES.-InI Catherine ' Hayes.. Ireland= has lost one of lth; ?sweetes?: $singers of its national: airs... .A daughter: of 'the sister isle, she was thoroughly im bued with the. spirit of its melody; and it was in the alternately wild and tender melodies which have in spired so many poets that her genial warmth of expression found its highest medium for display. As a singer of this particular class of music she was probably unsurpas sed'.- It was here, far more than in the Italian vocalisation of which she had maide herself an accomplished adept, that Catherine Hayes posses sed the secret to charm the crowd. In-her own country she had but to: Igi e,'a: nationial air and hold the a.-, dience ;spell-bound.: In private .life; the "departed lady owned none but' einthusiastic partizans; for no pro-, fessigr 'of-'thg, miusical art ever;re-. fleted iimore" social honour. on;;her "callinig. ",Hr: career- extended 'ver somnie `tvety years and upwards, and leven inrdistant regi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

A S the' undersigned' is nbow mustering all his cattle'for sale,'hewill* feel obligediby those parties who may happen 'to have anyof his stock on' their runs, send-, ing the same without delay either to Jerra-, bomberira "' the Queanbcyan pound. P. C? PALMER: :. LOST, 3(:SHEEP, fr9 o!! Mr. Cunninghiam's sheep station, near 'Booth's Flats.' .:These sheep . are, branded with a tar circle, and. the person who: has found them is requested to communicate, .with the undersigned... If returned, the:finderi will be'suitably rewarded for'bis trouble; 'and' 'if, retained, after this notice, -he will subject thimself,to prosecution. THOS. GOODE,".. : . Sheep' Overseeer,? ,. Tuggernong.'" i Y° Wife, Ellen ,Taylorv (mai '-L.: den name Hayes) having left'her home' and children, without any just provocation, this is to caution the pubhlc from harbouring, her, or supplying her with goods on my ac 'count, as I will not be answerable for the same, after this date. ; ...i Molonglo, . JAMES 'TAYLOR:.. ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

-::-_" ocat unteli gilqn ?q. POLICE COURT. : D.) NKENNESS.- Michadel iMaguire was, ont Saturday; brought up l?efore=. the Police Magistrate, and fined 5/. for being drunk in the streets. FURIOUS. RiIN--.} On Tuesday, John FIanigan, apprehended on the previous Sun-. dliy, and David Casey, on summons,. were convicted of furiously riding in the streets to the diuiger of :passers-bye and sentenced to pay a fine of .40/. each . : ACCiDENT-'.-Oný Sundayilast, a youth, son of M?rs. Torpy, of the Harp inn,; was thrown with. considerable :violence from .his `horse in M-onaro-street, buit very 'fortunately escaped all injury further than a severe.shaking. 'The practice: oft indulging" ini feats of horseman ship on the Sabbath is becoming very preva lent in this neighbourhood, on the part of young persons of, both sexes, who might-be seen; almostiany Suinday,'-riding - in .troops through the streets and along the. roads.;-, and that not inan ordinary I~ay;:ut? id ost furi ously, to their own a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

THURSDAY, OoronaR 10. In the Legislative Council, •In reply to Mr. Gordon concerning the re-; construction. of the Upper House, Mr..Ro-, bertson asked for a postponement . of...the question till next day. At the request of Mr. Robertson, the House: consented to sit onFridays until the business, now on the paper had been disposed of. TPhe second reading of the bill for the re duction of the Governor's salary was moved' for by Mr. Gordon and seconded by Mr. Campbell. And the House next went into committee for the reconsideration of the Crown . Lands Occupation Bill. An amendment, moved by'Mr. Holden,;6n. the third. clause, was negatived, and' the claue; as read,- agreed to,. on a division, by 12 votes to 7.; -" ' The Chairman reported progress, and asked leave to. sit again to-day.. _ The Crbwi iLands Alienation Bill ?aspost poned till next day; and; at-seventeen minutes aftiri.ten$ the House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly, The House resolved itself into a committee for the fu...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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REWARDS FOR THE DISCOVERY OF GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

REWARDS' FOR THE DISCOVERY OF GOLDFIELDS.? ; Fronm the Government Gazetlle'Oct. 4th: rHiE following regulations for determining the issueof., rewards ifor.. the.. discovery- of.. new goldfields have been established by theoExecu tive Counoil. ." 1..Any person layiig claim to' a'reward for the discovery (subsequently to the 4th of July 1860) of a new goldfield,, shall, be entitled to makehis ap?lication' to the , ,Board ,for Re-" pbrting on Claims to Rewards for the Disco very of'New Goldfields," the officeof' which may be nearest to the locality of' the alleged discovery. .... 2. The chairman of each Bboardshall notify' in the Gazette and in the local newspapers,'the place of his office and his address.' 8. The application must be addressed to the chairman; and must state the locality. of the alleged discovery, as also the full, name and address of the applicant. 4. On the receipt of anny such application; the chairman will notify the particulars of the same in .the Government Gazet...

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

-EPITO JE O NHA NWS. (From our Uod enporaries . - - 1 The principal feature of the clse of th' past and commencement of;~ the prdsint week II has been the Gov&nor's risit.to' the-awkeil - bury. There was a ball at Windsor on Fri- g day night, a grand presentation of flags to the I local, volunteer company, on Saturday, at P whihh'a large number of members of the Sydneyuand Suburban companies were pre sent ' and a dinner in the evening. On n Monday the vice-regal party visited Rich- it mond, and were entertained in the most hos- i pitable.manner. The people of the" Hawkes bury have won golden opinions from their tc numerous visitors, who speak in warm terms Sof thetkindness:an~d;:ospitality shown them.:;. Mlr. Tolson, an old~resident.of Port Curtis, has been"" drowned` 'in attempting to cross o BaffieCreek. '? "? C S-Two men have been murdered by the blacks to the north of Rockliamptgno t The French Commissary: General at New e Caledionia,"?imitittbed suicide while in a state...

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

-0--0- V TESDAY, OTronna 8. IN the Iiegislative Assembly, - Mr. Weekes intimated the intention of the. government to lay the estimates before the House as soon as it was possible to have pre- .. pared and brought down a message from the Governor, which he hoped would not be later than Friday. In answer to Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Cowper an-, nounced the intention of the government to introduce an amendment of the impounding law during the present. session... .... . SMr Cowper gave noticif ii6tion foi-res toring the publicans' bill to the paperi.. .. On the motion 'of Mr. BellTthe IHouse after .a division affirming the course, resolvedbjtself into committee for the consideration of. an ad dress.to hi's 'icellency, .praying 'for. th'esum of £200 to be placed on the estimates for a Queen's Plate. " , : A' long 'and warm debate ensued, respectipg. the'propriety of- voting the publid -money to' encourage horse .racing,,rNith ,a view, to pro mote the breed of horses. A. division .beingf. called, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

QUEIANBEYAN -AGENCY-.Tl flCTOWIA FIRE-`i $[$ 01 ,N TilNSUJRALNCE.; COMPANY; =1 (Estaibllliised iiMeli'rie 1849.)t "' SYDNEY BRANCH ---Pitt-street,f opposite _?.ý}ý _::n the EmpireOi fic e.t: li· ;::; u Acoumulatedand 'Invested' Capital, £200,000. Sf. ?DnREMIUMY Oandith LIBERA.L C D: SrtUSUMENT. ji;.and!) PROMPTt SETTL_.D' Insuran BceSMI promptlyEsqffecthair , on applicati . lW.ARDwYLDABRAAEsqMEVY.Lc4-? il .,cz tA .'M~ SMITH, IReside ifSeIreta1Iryevixa o .-.-nie It= - "!s 0n aii ot r-"" i~Ji:r- r...t..... .... O.:l?,1 orRE MIUM; andtre ea'LIBERAL SrAD *4JUSTMENT "and PROMPTI2 ;SETTLE~ MIENT OF CLM:A'MS.K-: u b':.: I r Aej. All knds of ppicareon tny be obtaino' ed and Insurances promptly effected, on applicationT to .,-:4 ;ABR LEVYS, - "• ýu :r . nrl :u `i' "J .-.:,h- " --- :- .' ,fr: :i -.eil: TIN DPIATIES TWOR'K'EIR' . .e:Corissett:Street;o Queanibeyan o . AlGrol rinds of Tinware oinge and, peor to Oiliner -:. ., Statthionery t Druges, &c. - ,. : : Sdescription 1 ' 4I BAER:Y...

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GININDERRA. CRICKET. RETURN MATCH BETWEEN GININDERRA AND DUNTROON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

GININDERRA.       -0---o CRICKET. RETURN MATCH BETWEEN GININDERRA AND DUNTROON. IT having been arranged that this match should be played on the 12th instant at Gininderra, a tolerably large concourse of people had as sembled at that place to witness the game. It was expected that the game would have been more closely eontested, but the absence'of one of the best -hands, of Duntroon : rendered: the victory, of the Gininderras of;:much easierr t tainment than it would otherwise have been:. Duntroon having been allowed choice of in nings sent Gininderra in, who -sent to the wickets W. Davis and "Bobby." to the bow ling of Grounds nd Smitli:h- One of the wic kets was soon vacated, W. Davis having put his ball in the air, of which Grounds took advantage and caught him out - one Wicket for, two runs. R. Shumack then took`his place. Smith made play at Bobby at the other end - and took his wicket with a good ball-tw wickets for 16. H. M. Davis then- to...

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COLONIAL SHADOWS. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) No. 1. "JUST OUT." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

COLONIAL SHADOWS. BY OCCULUS.   (Contributed to the Golden Age.) No. 1. "JUST OUT."             THE young gentleman who is "just out," is,   according to the ideas and opinions of that very ingenious youth himself, a very nice young man,—which ideas and opinions receive greater weight and force upon each examina   tion of himself in extenso, before a full length mirror. Not that he is vain, far from it; his   worst enemy cannot say that of him; but he considers that anything lovely in nature can not be too often looked upon." The young gentleman is just eighteen years;       his moustache—which; by a careful course of diurnal shaving, now assumes as fierce and martial an appearace as it, is possible for that capillary article to attain at so tender an age —in just eighteen days. His name is Whinks, —Tydley Whinks, an...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 October 1861

THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 17, 1861. IT will be fresh in the recollection of our readers, that a few months ago a piece of stone or dirt was found in the streets of this town by a Mrs. BATES, and that upon inspection, it was discovered to be interspersed with particles of gold. The rich   character of the specimen, together with the locality wherein it was picked up, attracted considerable notice at the time, it being regarded as an indication of the presence of a rich deposit somewhere in the     immediate vcinity of the town.   The specimen was ultimately en trusted to the care of T. RUTLEDGE, Esq., who took it to Sydney, and submitted it to the Rev. W. B.   CLARKE, the eminent geologist, with the request that that gentleman   would be kind enough to subject the specimen to an analysis, and   favour him with his report. Mr. CLARKE, it appears, has readily ac   ceded to Mr. RUTLEDGE'S wi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

-0----~. :i ;'i TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. IN the Legislative Assembly, MrF. Cowper laid on the table suchportions. of the correspondence relative fo the nomina tion for life to the Legislative Council, 'ha were,deemed by the Governmenit expedienlt to make public. . Several notices of motions. and, quiestions were given by different members. .In answer to Mr. Sadlier, the.Colonial:Se cretary stated that the number* of .detectives employed in the police force was six in -the -year.1857, six in 1858, nine in 1859. twelve-in 1860,. and thirteen in 1861; that the expense of such detectives to the public is rather more than a, hundred pounds a year each; that none of those persons so employed have'been conivicted`during the last five years of misde meanours or other offences, and .that none lof .theml are engaged in business in the city. 'Dr. Lang gave notice that he would ask the Colonial Secretary to-morrow, whether it..was: '"thd intentini of the Government to bring in a bill this session t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

FRIDAY, OcToinER 18. In the Legislative Assembly, Dr. Laring with tie'consenit of the Colonial' Secretary, put;.the iquestions.'standing in his= name' onthe business paper ofC the.-previous' day, but which had lapsed in consequence of an bvcrsight.. In answer thereto, Mr: Cowper said that:. it' was not the .intention :of 'the 'Government to' introduce any bill during the ipreseat seission of Parliament for the discontinuance of State support to religion;, -tlhat it is not intended to introduce a bill during the present session for; the establishment of a general system of edu 'cation;ithat it is not intended to' introduce a -bill during Ethe ;preseht session to afford facilities :for :the, establishment- of grammar schools ;-Land that it is not in contemplation -to propose to Parliament, during .the ! present ,session, any measure.for the alteration or'dis. continuance iof the system of affiliated colleges,. 'The House resolved.itself into a committee of the ,whiolde forthe .conside...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

TRURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. : " In the Legislative Council, The; Crown Lands Occupation: Bill,. wak 'read a thiid time, passed, and tranismitted to the Assembly. The Crown Lands Alienation Bill was then :read a third time, and sent to the Legislative Assembly. . . . On the motion of Mr. Hargrave, the report on the Chinese Immigration Bill was adopted, ,and the third reading made an order of the day . for.:Wecdnesday next, the House: then went, iuto committee on,the (Qold-fields.bill. ' The'title and preamble' having 'been post poned, the first line clauses were agreed. to, the House having resumed,~the Chainian re ported progress, and asked leave to sitagain onTuesday, the House then adjourned. " In the Legislative Assembly, The House resolved itself into commiutee for the further consideration of 'the Sale of Liquors General Licensing Bill. .: ..The 45th clause, relating to the adulterating ofjliquors, was amended by the omission of the words " after coming into his possession." Other al...

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PARKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

PARKWOOD. . O'n Wdnesday (yesterday) the congregation worshipping at' Parkwood, Gininderra-creek, hcld a tea meeting in connection with the abo've object, at which' several of the gentle men. already named , were presento:.. but the pai'ticuiars have not roached us. EiIscoPALIAN.--The Right Reverend Dr. Barker, Anglican bishop of Sydney, is an noiiunced to.pireachi in Christchurch, Quean beyan, on Sunday evening :next. .In the inoining'of the same day the 'reverend prelate will' preach.at Canberra. On .both 6oceasions collections will; be- made .on bohalf of the Cliurch Society. O'nOMionday a confirmation will be held at Canberra; on Tuesday the iew church, at. Gininderra. will be formally opened by the bishop andion' Wednesday,, the niew church in Qucanbeyan will be consecrated. The idonfirmationi service will'not lie held in Queanbeyan until the bishop's return from, Mlonaro. - SBIRTns, MARRIAOES, CAND .DETIns,-;We haive been kindly furnished by the Diistrict Registrar with the re...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Oct. 24. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

G « nOoLD N AGo'.' m0ce,, Oct., 24. ' I2'Prlces qnotcd blow Aave reference only Io lran an. w . ?.lons beltween theproiluckr and Jirst lpurcaser;',l ,QUEANBEYAN, MARKET., ?;, - flour, per ton, tipe £23; seconds, '20?" rations, 4.19. ;!';.". 'a:d '+a d Wheat, pr bushel, ... .. , . 0 . 0 Bran, ditto ; ... ... . '3 to 0 o iee,.ditto .:.·..r . 61:,tot Barley, ditto . ... .... 4 0 to 4 6 Oats, ditto .i . *.. . ... 60 'to' 0 U Iiay fler, ton, ... 4 . ,.e l. to 6¢. Btiter'(sialt) 0 Gto 0' 0' IBacoih,. 0 63 to:07 "Cheese; ; 0 too 07-jsis, ;1... 1"1 0to; ;ot , Potatoes, per qwt . ... 6es. , i'at'Cattle, , l':s0 to 71.:r10.' CLlVes, lvl 16.*Is, a cr liead : Sheep, 15., to 20;., per head';. ' Pigs, 0(3. 1r pound' r hlIdes, 5.' d.'to (O3. r?ch ' .. ShCCeplskis, 46d. to d lb. l .'allow, per. ton 281. to 101.; for good samples.' Carrlage, per ton,-S dney to Qtteanbetyu, 81. 10. to 101. Qucanbeyan to toonue, 41. 10, to i. bb. : Q UOTATION 'P 4TTIPin7 'MILLS. ' ''i. Fia lour, ?e, l., Seconds, 201. ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

S: TO Cib ORRESPONDENTS. D inin1. ' JULI31miT.-Theie :has been quite endt~'l said on all: sides coicerning the suilject~t on which you write.- Granting the tiuthli of y?hti assertion, 'late as it is made; that it was- nurt, and ' r?lo"fini'AY, conltained ined in the cask, that circumstance is of no material consequence,-at any rate it does not justify the ixisertion'bof':a long letter"ri othe' subject; andlas' to the giving up of pur corirespondent's name, we cannot grant yJu that request;' if he choses to do SsO of, his own- accord ho, can:, Besides, you shoild address us'int:ouix¶iditorial'capa S( city ;: ydur ipreseut. mode ofr.addrcss is, to. say theoleast,of:it, eccentric,:anl aof; itself suffllicient to prevent the liublication of your letter. Lov a .OPF JUSTIOE.--YPU caa, only appear as S;ii aidveirtiise.entt, and before d'oing:so, must give us your real name and address.

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