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

IMPOUND~INGS. IIt GUNDA RJI O. on th e 1]?t Octo bcr, from Bywong, bly Mr;:Jolrnl)onelly; dnning.s nnd driving Si Is: Od.: Uilonk entirc, J I) nacnr shoildcr, oif hind foot w\ihtce star. If not relcased, will be sold ozrthc l1th 1 ovcniber. W , , A ]!LECiC rowidlkacpnr.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. (Before Messrs. Hall, Rutledge, and the Police Magistrate.) Charge of Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

Local Intelligence               POLICE COURT. THURSDAY.   (Before. Messrs. Hall, Rutledge,, and the Police MIagistrate.) Charge of Larceny. Mrs. Sweeney, of Yarralumla, ap peared on summons to answer the charge of stealing ,a quantity of beef and tea, the property of John Thompson. The case was dismissed.   Breach of Dog Act James Naylor, of Canberra, was sum moned by P. C.Palmer, Esq. of Jerra bomberra, for keeping a dog which fled at the complainant to the danger of his limbs. Complainant was travelling on horseback on the 6th instant, on the high road to Gininderra, near which the defendant's house stood, and when near the said house; was attacked by three dogs, which came from defendant's door   and flew at complainant's horse, and were only kept from biting the horse's heels by the exertions of the complainant. By subsequent evidence it appeared tha...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THOUGHTS ON THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

THOUGHTS ON THE AMBERI- lic f thei (From Ro~ .0cyoZId's Ahejr ciT.;)i fb NErlnA oprlmao, governm.enV nor} nec systems of religion can enable man -: fle or HigihOhurl.?man thrusts his hand 1i intoz the ifire, .'neither ] politifca:inor bc theol ~i ornthodoxv ,yill .preveit, ago that hd 1from ibeing blurntf ;If a.: Whig,ggts drunk of h a iighjt,y neifTry pr his prixciple a of" civil and rehigiou ims: liberty " nor is attahliment to the ter ."1immor2talroe?m oryeTi ', will save iia? C??, fronii 'i hekbla6ld e 'iip"thei 'mrniin :C If; a?iemoGr , ,,reiLj ir . opretendledY thinksi, or :acts'as' if teihought, that ii6 S ,.ir. bl?., olti. i s giv' if'" 'him2th 1.privilege of being 'a brag;g; shi gart; a °bully 'nd 'a. cllelt;"'he is cer- thf tain,sooin '1or t lte, ?1'find out tlhat th he oýis 2m'iserabled foolo as r'well as a go 'sor ryliave ' : by " ' l i ilaiiaitant"o thei Northern'. Tl Statesof-.America have, we, would Jo, : fainu hope; learnied fro idthelir dig ;s s' graceful rout _from...

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

SUMMER _GOODS. MANTLES & SHAWLS NEWEST STYLES. • "G rJ. J. ::WRI GHT EGS to =inform the Ladies of Queanbeyan and siirrouhding TDistrict,: that he has just opened.. a case of the above,: consisting of some of the ? Greatest Novelties ý! IN MANTLES-: MOIRE ANTIQUE, GLACE, &o. .SHAWLS: HAVELOCK BORDERED SQUARE ,, SCARF, &C. S lHS STOCK OF GENERAL SUMMER GOODS ; is just coming to hand, and will be Particulars will: .bh given in a fuiu're adver tisement. Wanted; ,;* 2 .?BUSHE Sof goocL sound 2:7 ' .WHEAT, delivered mnQueanbeyani. S :MR.: GEORGE IHUNT, Hand and Heart Inn. Wanted, Person:'. fo contract for Fen S , ng,8 lacres of grbund in the town.:: TV O'NEILL. .Wanted,:;. : Situation4 as Gener? LServant Sor Plain Needlewoman, by. a respect able female, Apply at the office of this paper. Important Notice.? T2P:0, BA=YS::SALE - BY AUCTION. l T. Pi. SiNTIDELI GENERAL AUCTIONEER AND : STOREKEEPER, W ILL submit to Public Com petition, at ?Mr. ,. WARD's, Lord Raglan Hot...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

W"ED'ESDAY, OcToBEiix16.. - In the Legislative Council, - : i Mr. Robertson laid ..upon the table some of the correspondence that= had taken place fin reference to the appointments in thd'Legisla tivo Council:. t. : -'. ,; . . Mr. Robertson intimated, inreferenceitor the Land Bills, that:,in the event of- theo re ports.being adopted, he:sihould, to-day, move the suspension of: the: stanlding- ordeis, to` en able :them to carry the bills'- through the House without further delay; , :All: the' orders of the -day. were postponed until after those respecting the Land Bills. ; - ' The :reports- on .the:'Crown Lands Occupa tion Bill and the Crown Lands :Alieiiation Bill.3were .thcn'.adopted;, and thoethid -reading, made an order.of the, dayifor:next day... 'M?r..:Hargrave moved the second reading of. the .Landc: Titles::Declaration -Bill,: and .very brifly enumerated its leading principles. :A: similar .course) was -:pursued: bout: the Land Transfer, and: Rgistry Bill.h, :: On'the.orderr ...

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

HUR&SDY1' 'GCTOBN2 2-1, 1881. No:TIT TANDING that very muich villilbleltinmeh laeein spent by the legisiature oof 'the colony. during the pres itensessioniiin the' conisideration of 'trivial matters ani:, uniprofitable debates, some of 'which hiave actuially, bordered on the:ludicrous and tended to .big int contempt n iniipdi stitution vlwhich ouight at all times:'to command profouin:drespect,sthere have been" a few. matters ..accomplished; of" suffi-' cient iilportanc d:o deliver the House fromi '-the charge of indolence,, and inefliciency.. The :Governor's assent has been -iobtained to both --of the land bills, and at .the beginning . of the new year "free selection " comes intr9 6oi'tidi.- Thlie p'assing of these bills mmust be r'egaded:.as "TirE mea stire of`tliesessioin.' How they will work it is difficult to- say; :but we scarcelyf think that the evils conse quent upon the opeiation?; of., the "free selection" piincipl6 "v?ill be so.serious-or numerous as some pre dict...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

COLLECTOR. S-'.(Prom our own qorriepjiondent) On Monday last the Rev. Mr. Gaud, super intendent minister of: the Wesleyan church in the Yass circuit, Visited this'place for the pur ?i6se of 'selecting' a site whereon to build a Wesleyani chapel, and to make preliminary 'arrangements for: carrying out that object. In the afternoon he was met by several friends, with whom he proceeded to view the different spots `available for :such a purpose, ,and ulti mately fixed on an allotment kindly giveii by Mr.'John Wheatley, of the Commercial'store. in this place, as the most eligible cite to build on. '-At 'seven; p.m.nl ri \,Gaud: addressed- a. large and serious, congregation in.?a'powerful and'most impressive 'sermon, choosing for his text "' All fleshis as grass," &c. Atter the 'close of the service a' public meeting was; held, with a view towards carrying. out: the above object. -The weather, which for several weeks: past 'has frequently seemed on. the point of chang-: ing, still...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE WESLEYAN TEA MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

THE_ WESLEYALN TEA' i- MEETINGS;: A sannis of public tea meetings in con nection with thel' We sleyan-Methodist church, has been held this week in the Queanbeyan section of the Yass and Gunning Circuit. The first 'of these gatherings took place in the chapel- at Queanbeyan on Monday last. Tea was ready at seven o'clock, having been gratuitously provi ded.by'the following ladies:-Mrs. J. and Miss I-utclison, Mrs.F. P. Gale, Mrs. J. Gale, and Miss Walker. About 120 persons satd.down to tea; and excepting .that the atmosphere of the l chapel was excessively warm, the hour spent at ten; was very pleasant. Ted beiiig over; the fRev. I 11..,GAUD ;comnnenced the business'of the o;venin g by giving out a hymnin, aiid calling upon H, SAXuY, Esq., of Gunning, to engage in prayer. The chair was taken by 1Mtr. T. SOUTm? WELL, sen., of Parkwood, one of the circuit-stewards, who briefly alluded to the object of the meeting,-and said that O he ~should .leave- it with his brother ,circuit stew$ird,...

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SCRIPTURAL GEOLOGY. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

7 SCRIPTURAL GEOLOGY. (Contiributed to the Golden Agec.) UIrDER this head' it is purposed to bring to-, bear Theology on the science of Geology.. In the inquiry we must first seek out how far-i it may be possible to avoid' religionin treating on geology- _ The fact is, that in the varied systems thati have from time, to"tie 'been . writter;oni-the subject, it hiiis -notbeenfi avoid-. ed; such being the, case, we are obliged to. regard it as a religious question, and. one" in which Theology!s deeply and intimately. con- nected. The object';then, in this treatise will be to examine in wliat respects ,the popular systems are'at fault ;.wherein they run coun- ter to theacklnowledgedprinciples ,of science on the onehand,' and the-plain declarations of' s scripture on.thethehoter, and are therfore unte nablein both, respects: The first point, then, in the consideration: of this siubject to be'attained mnust 'be, what.. are thektrtue (or as far as Scripture bears upon it) theoloogical bear...

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

2( :CROWN LANDS' SALES 2:' SALES of Crown Lands w.vill be2 -.,,eheld :atthe undermentioned places on 2 the dcays stated:-- 2 iGOULBURN; ?, < .. ' i(AT? Tn? ' Or a oi r01+FICE,) 2 On RI DAY., NOY.ATOE1f R 1st, 1801.- COUNTRY LOTS.. 2 ': ,'ountjy of Ai)e:;', Pdrish of. Oallent : , 2 lots (28 aci'es, 8i'oods aid 382 acres),!onthli' road fromBraidwood to'Oallen, lying westerly from. Temple's and Croker's.d0 acres, portions' vi and .i . , , S' Pa. rie4i Lake tdillirsat. s{ lotii '(42 acersl ood' to 82 ,ires 3 rboos) on an neao th"' rad 'e the i ' om' 3ialdwoodl viai L'ak ~thurst?' to iBunioni adfoiid ihg and neair' thw)1st'bounaiidi.f 'F: E' 'FOrfbes' 640. acie;'lb, ibitfions'xxx,, xx.ia,' nd~x~, i.'!' .. ,., ,,' arh. of Gudary: i i :28:lots (41 tot407i acres), .on, arind,near the iroad,from;, WVindellana, to,. oulburn,: near 'i Bullanalito, adjacent to Foreman's, Gibson's, ;Fhthfull's, Styles', Bradley's,. and ]Brassing.' ton's portions, portions .i to xxxxxl. " i. ,. .. . Pa...

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

GUNDAROO. On Tuesday, a tea meeting came off at Gund- aroo, in aid of the same object. Tables were provided by Mesdames Gallowey, Clark, Gam- bell Field, and Fraser. Upwards of 50 sat down to tea. After tea, Mr. A. Affleck was voted to the chair, and addresses were deliver- ed by the Rev. Messrs. Gaud and Skewes, Dr. Beales, and Messrs. Saxby, Brown, and South- well. The -speeches were effective. The amount realised was between £8 aand £9, I trust (says our informant) that it will not be long before we have another such a spread; for it is evident that such social gatherings   are productive af a vast amount of good. I hope, too, that the active Wesleyan body will have a church erected in this place;----they greatly need it.

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

I ilch COWs. Jr Few: good :quiet ones for '' Sale. Apply to 11. LEVER, - Queanbeyan Wanted, Brickmakers, , O nmake and -.burn --Twenty -live Thousand BRICKS. Apply to S''" • iMAS' SOUTHWELL, sen., . ---G . P"" arkývood, Ginninderra-creek. e :egiter -your `Dogs. p iNThD iFoRMs for the purpose T ' ca obtained att thisý Oilico.-Prido Thrcepence.

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

,:;,:, ; ? .f.; E s g? , g. . ,.f t:"; "' to R s : :. ARTIEs residing at a distance Sother tamips wilulbe.re6eived, e-? i-". ToAd ertisers. N consequence, of an :alteration ,.Ja'in the time of goin:,to. press withthfhe Sout'er .iags ofa thus journal, orders for them withdrawal 'of 'advertise ints nust- i fdture' be dent in ois Satuday t6'take effect the fol Biths, Marripage-s, & Deathi. , ?,PRn the insertion of n notices iof . the abov e: description in this journal, inf Sfuture the, clirge will be Oni Shilliig' cash. .. oreach insertion The'i redit' chirge'will lb QUEANBEYAN 'AGENCY TICTORIA? F'IRE 'aid' MA ,- 'iRINE.INSURANCE COMPANY. S' (Established in lelbourne 1849.) SYDNEY? BRANCH--Pitt-street, :opposite ',iA : the; mpir Oflices Accumuit ted anr?Investe d Capital, £200;000. • '.3?SB:SMITt,'E.q's.,hairman: - ;. .?L SMITH;, Resident:Secretary. fixt=PECJAL FEATURES:' . ' ltPLE SEcURITY;'MODERlATE RATES', .:OF PREMIUM,and theiLIBERAL AD S JUSTMENT .and,, PROMPTi, SETTLE Fo...

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TO OCULUS. (Per favour of the "Golden Age.") [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

TO OCULUS. (Per favour of the "Golden Age.") SIR,–There is an old proverb, that "the pitcher that goes to the well too often gets broken in the end." That proverb you would have done well to study ere your morbid mania for satirical scribbling led you into the scurrilous and unmanly strain that has per vaded the whole of your reports upon the matches between Duntroon and Gininderra. In your last report you state that some ob   jectious were made to the aborigines playing, simply because they were aborigines. After such a statement, I must say that anything emanating from your pen, will require to be well substantiated ere I place any reliance upon it for the future. For the benefit of the public allow me to say, that not only were the aborigines objected to, but M. Southwell also on the ground that as they did not pay into the Gininderra club, they could not be mem bers of the same. This objection was made prior to the first match of the season, and the aborigines and S...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 October 1861

LATEST COLONIALN EWS! : YESTERDAY'S TELERAlui i`t f . T?uE Pirato Steanier;from -Otago, has bdeni strinded on the coast of Tasmania;; all hands saved . . The Supreme Court have sustained the   conviction of Martin Shanahan for rape. The .conviction' of Watson, of Braidwood, for libel has bceii set "aside. : In the Qieil ~ vrsis'OiClancey.at YPass, the .conviction has been cbnfixrmcfl? - A?Select' Comniittee has been appointed to inquire into the case of Dr. Beer, of lraidwood.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

FRIDAY, OCTonna 25.': In the Legislative Assembly, The Speaker took the chair at half-past three o'clock. . Mr. Hart presented a petition signed by 1600 residents of the Bathurst district, pray ing for locomotive railway communication between that district and the metropolis. Mr. Hart also presented a petition signed by Mr. Lee, as chairman on behalf of a large public meeting, held at Bathurst, asking that the Western district should be placed on the same footing as the other districts in reference to railway communication. Both petitions were received. The Speaker addressed the House in refer ence to a letter bearing his name on the papers of the House, relative to salaries. He had over and over again stated his opinion that the officers of Government should be well paid. It was better to have a few good effi cient men well remunerated than a number of indifferent ones; however, he declined, on his own behalf, any benefit which might accrue, by the following out of that principle, ...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

Tiaunsoy, OC'voBER 24. 2In the Legislative Council, The Goldfields Bill was proceeded with in committee, and all the clauses to the 40th were assented to with very little alteration. Mr. Butler moved the second reading of the Judicial and other Offices Qualification Bill. He approved, however, only of that portion of the bill where it was proposed to place colo nial barristers on an equality with English or Irish barristers. After debate, the bill was read a second time, the committal being made an order of the day for the following Wednesday. In the Legislative Assembly, In answer to a question, it was. stated.. that the Secretary for Lands is engaged in.rhaking arrangements for the Land Acts coming into force, among which arrangements the issue of a series of district maps is included. On the motion of the Colonial Treasurer the House resolved itself into a committee of the whole,, to consider of the Ways and Means to meet the supply to be granted for the service the years 1861-2....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

IMPOUNDINGS. At GUNDATOO, on the 12th Octobl, fromtBarnedale by order of Mr. 1). R. McLeod; damnges and driving. Is 2d. each; Brown fill y, star S overalOY near shouldter chesnut 1illy, foni unbranded blazo. If not released, will he sold on the 15th November. Be-advertised :-Red cow, aged, 11U conjoined milkhhg ribs. il I,. If not released, wil be sold on the 28th October. W. AvrLECK, I'Ouurlleeper. At QUEANBEYAN, on the 17th Octbier fromn Yarra lumla; damages and driving 2s. 6d- each ;\he. entire 21: -Bay mare, near lhp down, M near-shoulder; brown horse, 4 off shoulder. grey mare, like 1) near shoulder; cheanut entire, star, near hind foot white, two years old. Also, ott the 16th, from Jerraboutherra;'dttatnges ls. lud. each:-Black horse, IL near shoulder, Nl off sahoulder; bay moere, saddle and collar marked, NL near shoulder; brown horse. Ci over HG near sl:nuhder.-Alto franc Wo. den :-Dark brown filly; stat, illegilie (rand cif shoulder, r over S near shoulder.-Also, tn the Itc...

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O. B. EBSWORTH'S PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

0. D. EBSWOJlTTH'S PRODUCE REPOItT. WVooL.-A limited business has been done. in -canse Squenee of the small arrivals. A few lots of new wool have been offered, but the rates demanded by, growers have been above the idens of purchasers, who have hid higher than they will do. when the opportunity of ratehng the Feb. ruary sales has gone by. the sanmles that htiv heen ex hibited are touched with seed, not. in first-rate condi tion, but it is hoped that this may not prove the charec teristic of the season's clip. SitEapsKINs are not so firm, and -may. be quoted at half-penny per lb. under the. extreme quotation of last week. TALLoW.-There is want of animation in this-market. There are few parcels in shipping order, and the trade have been the purchasers of the lots offered. .Prices are scarcely so firm, and mixed melting must be quoted at 34s. to des. A qtiantity in bullock hides realised 33s. 9d., the packages beisg very objectionable. HIDEs-There is nothing to report in this market, p...

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

TUESDAY, OcTOBER 22. Is the Legislative Assembly, In reply to Mr. Rotton, Mr. Cowper said it was the intention of the Government to give encouragement for the formation of volunteer corps in the country districts; and so soon as the necessary supply of rifles, &c., was re ceived from England, and the inspecting field officer could perfect the arrangements he was making, steps would be taken to extend the movement to Bathurst, Goulburn. Braidwood, and other large places of the interior. Mr. Lucas moved, That the progress made in the construction of railways in this country is most unsatisfactory; and, as the prosperity of the colony depends upon an improved means of internal communication, the Go vernment should use every means to extend, with all possible despatch, the Great Southern Railway to Yass or Gundagai, and to con struct tramways from Penrith to Bathurst and Mudgee; also from Singleton to Murrurundi. That the railways should be constructed on the most economical pri...

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