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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Oct. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

Fth Peices o gu 1 <QueaibEya to ~ ~ l ooinaf41. 001~ to.":arb r J t ' 7 r r : 1 T A IOJ a . . Aa 2 'E T H i~ i f M L . . 2 5: w t 1 + 7 iýTWe7 r c a u l "t D ýý o t a e ` , i r c o j f 1O l ý t o ge ý .;iition* betwaeea 4eprddubprlcntdjjrys icA se 11010! S YQU2ABEYANARKET Fjlour, per ton, tie 3£22'; setonds £150 , ra r 21b Id.r Lwieat,.p k tus hlirt ,.. ; 0 to Xaize, ditto' ......... .. n . .... dito to £Q1 0 onrley ... ..S. to ..a, "'4. d0to 4 d gir ay r~gna, ,, 4. " oOfhd l Cork o- *: 0 < Potatoes, 0er cw . t, os' i'dt 6tttle;'6I' 10b . &7 , 10.;: Calves; 11.,:15s, nerheaf.-1 Sheep, .1.: to,20s., pe'r ed'; 0 .5 g, o; £5ps 0poui G Hides, 5: Cd to 7s:'eah ; S eepskins, ' rto W. lb 0p - Hallow, pe8 0to,281tQ. o s ca Carriage, per ton, S.yney toQu0 Bfleyn h Js. to 10 rQueantbeyan to ooniar"410.f. tO'5lr I "---"o to i' irQUOTATIONS 41' THR,JAULLS. 't;i i'tc !Fine flour, 241.. Seconds,'201 I Pollard.. S 16d rn*l dfrni~'. 164.ý 1 9SYDNEY MARKET . I Fine. Flo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

BLATEST'COOLONIAL NEWS YESTERDAY'Si TELEGRAMS, Mr Richard IHanslow; the itundertakert who condlucted the fuiieral of the lateMri Pardoe who shot~ hinmselt, hads died from znor tification caused by humour from the body touching a scar on his hand. ,Thb news frorn the Lachlan continues to be favourable. For somie judicial reason, Shanaban's case usa' not yet been laid before the Executive Couch:

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

Important Notice. TWO '-DAYS' SALE TV£r. R.'SBINED EI GENERAL; ;AUCTIONEER AND`. ;STOREKEEPER, J ILL subinit to Publi CGom: petition, at 'r. J. WARD's.,' .Lordl Raglan Hotel, Cooma, 'on MONDAYt.:andý TU'ESDAY;"the 4th and 5th 'NdOetiier'nexti withdut the slightest reserve thel uildrimed¶ tionnd property': e:'.'il e: ui - CASE :i. -8 dfoz. 'Youthe T ill his;j . rl piece (86 yds.) lheese Cloth ;2 Eam mocks; 1 piece (114 yards), 'iclmg; 1 ditto (10)ittqY dimity ; 6,cross-bairred: M4uslin rqrp aga ,1,;,C na-silk Shawl; 1 piece (100 yams) PoFfr 1 peg Piping Co~d.; b5 dozen Men's CottonBi -ie .21 dzChild 'e3i's;Wh'ie ~ck` -. pera't ~ap ; 2;pieces`ýS0 yards) Window CASE 2.--1 piece;, (50 yaids) 72-idch? ! Grey Sheetin 1'-Tarpaulia i8i22; 'li piece (77k yards) 'White Calico"zo4 :piecesy Chair ebbing; 12 large Diapei'-1nugsa 10 Boys' Alpacia Coats; 8- Libetl ChatsI L (boys) ; l' peg' (28 yards) Black' Cra . ;4 small diaper rugs- ;1' doz.' imen's>plaldt jmumpers p'ý3' pieces; (42.yds.) Jbl...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Gems from Poets. YOU ASK OF WHAT I'M DREAMING? [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

YOU aif) W7HAT 1'M4 LXRFAMI NG ? 84j Visk of'what I'm dreaming . A Y ,ARd&whby. my brain is scheming, t.j wor ever to your seeming,.. With goomy. thought o'ercast? I dream of youth's-hopes slighted, Of love's sweet promise blighted, .01'f mauhood's pride benighted; i'iadreaming 6f the past! I 4ienap o vowserepenting, ,Of lifrqpat'hies relenting, 'Ok bosom'd joys absenting,'1 - ) '"`Of-tllithat's born to fadeA'1 '1 i Of present time, too, thinking Li urfi no (The past and. future.linking);) 'tel f ui y~soul isw)vellpigh sinking s ,o :,' 'er. happiness delay'd !;: , j t, stiwhilo thus o r, And over live-gones maunder * On blessings left I ponder, +"rs Tho' all seems overtcst; ; , " - o*tA'iI wiser for my-scbeming,& no 4%14 I- With brow more brightly bedmingP J Zi+"Whlken from my'dreaming, I To smile upon the past! a. ta' q 't1 f k'. , . - r of"'I

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

GININDERRA. ( From our own C'o2#Psyonldnt.) o .SL YA x. Quite a newt" thing uii this qucarter wias.a tea meeting at Park wood;0iii aid of: the funds fur the sup-. port of lthe Wesleyan Ministry, which took plhice on Wednesday the, 23rdhi strint, as hiriefly noticed by youi. `Hiler particulars: are .now* supplied. About 120 piersons were present, although the rinsetfled state of the .ither. undoubt edly kept many avway. Tea ,was pre pared in'a large tent, and was truly a creditable affhir. Tea wifsfolldwed by a meeting opened sith slnging anid prayer, anrd presided over by Mr. James Thompson, of Mun doonan. Mfr. SouUWYELL, one of the circuit stewards, first addressed the :meeting, shoiving the state of thingswhich neces sitated the -present- appeal, speaking of the1&good effcts' cif thie gospel in tlih colony~ns seen 15yethe contrast betwveeii the'past and present spiritual condition of the country. Mr. Bummuic followed in the same strain. - Riw. T. SICEwEs said they were Q.n...

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

C1 KIANDRA. v . (From our' own orrespondent.) t -*Dmm Ethe- last few days .-a nuimber of s stirangers have arrived 'onthese diggings, L but it appears to me that l4hey are not 0 of-the class -calculated. to improve. the place. MosC~f themn appea, to be ces titute of meriiis 'atid- therefore are :iot id a position. to enter into. ining oper- t ations. `Personas setting to work her 't requirejii'fev pounds to commence with;, otherwise they have no chaince of suc ceis' thisis iot a' tin-dish diggings P Severil pnirties have set into the Township bill, and ire steaidily, working on, confident of success;i - bnt before any great returns can be obtained from i this qiuarter, a l]ige amount of capitil will .requiie to be expended, as it re quires time and labour to bring in water, and get a face on the wvoik reaidy for tunnelling. The weather the ,past week has been very warm.; OnC ,Wednesday night it. commenced to rain-and continued 'until Friday morning, falling in torrents, ac companied...

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

POST OFFICE. AIWU VALS. From SYDNEYX (cIa 11ngenldorc),-Mondaiy, T1ursbday Saturday, at Eleven n.m. (via Gundaroo),-Wedneaday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From COOM1A, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Eight am. Prom LANYON,-Wednesany and Saturday at Eight na.m. 1E PA RITUILES. To SYDNET (via Binngendore),-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Nine a.m. S (w a Gudanroo),-Sunday and .Tha'd a) Six, a.ýu. To CoOMA. -Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Nol' to LANYON,-hSmday and Thursday, at Three p.m.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

r ý tVWEDNESDAY, OcTOBER 28. :In'.the:LegisIative Council,:; ," ; Mr. Robertson moved that tho Chinese Im -.migration Restriction and Regulation Bill be read a third time. . ' After debate Mr. Robertson replied, and the mo~ton ,beinggcarried without a division, -the bill wars read a third time and-passed:. The House' then went .into "committee on the Goldfields Regulation Bill. The clause considered. -was the 0th- ,It shall not: be lawful to issue miner's rights to Chinamen arriving in this colony after the 81st of July, 1862." After some discussion the clause'was struck out on division, by a majority of eleven,, to seven. The considerationi of the further clauses'of bill was postponed untilr Thursday. The remaining business was also postponed, and-the House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Buchanan gave notice of a resolution for'. the abolition of state-aid to religion. On the motion of Mr. Cowper, the House went into committee on the Publicans' Bill. The 68th clause ga...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

A GLI TTON.-A correspondent to- the Pastoral Times gives the following specimen -of'a 6lack boy's alimentiveness :-The other day, on visiting the owners of a' station near Deniliquin, I found a party of blacks en camped near to the squatters' homestead. The rise in the Edward river had filled the lagoons and hollows near to it,. and had also inundated a large extent of flat country for milles ra ither sidefoftM 'rver; Makliisheets=' of water over whi h;therblacks. in- their -frail canoes glided 'gr ccfully. 'This inundation gives\.tbs -lilacks a=rich bharvest, as in their. canoes they can paddle over. miles of flooded country. with ease, and they are enabled to: visit aid.examine every nook and coiner. On the sides of the river there are extensive reed beds, and in the dry weaither the blacks fight shy of these places, ititconsequence of their being the iautit of snakes and other venom ous.- reptiles:. Here in the spring the wild fowl lay thenir ggs-tlie wild goose,}black swan, teal...

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CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT. ASSENTED TO 18TH OCTOBER, 1861. Preamable. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

CROWN' LANDS ALIENATION ASSENTED TO:-18TH'- OcTOBEli,,1861. better pvovision, for: the alienation of, C oij'aid Be it en' cted by 'the Queen's most .,excellent Majgsty by and with the'advice, and consent of the Lbgislative Council `aid Legisla tiWe'ssembl3' of New Siith' Wafl8s in Parliament assembled anghby the authority of ,the same as, follows : :bmeofl:n'.Tntr retation'? *pd Y.' .Y'lii O lbovig term~sr thiin if@i verted commas shall. for the pur poses of lthis Act unlessin' context otherwise inblicatebe(artihi menings set against themgiespectively : "Crown: lands "- ;A1' lan4cs .gysted in~ her,Majestywhich havejgot been, dedicated to.any "pubb, rpose or which haveinot~ been ,granted or 1piw fully::coti 4acf cJ o+ gran'd; in fee. simp t.;, f' Ton: lands ro lands ,in ary aity townror village' or set"apar `as " site for' the same. Siibiurb if f" ids 1'--Crolwn lands` w' 4"iii the Gazette' tbe uiliur ban by the Governor and: Execu~tive Couitfihr +"<First-class Settled 1Di...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

(From ur otwn eedent.) sq there .s :ery littlitse ini t lin you aliat you already know, I shall make no further reference to the -lat'e tea meeting than to say that all iyhd were :pie eint ae .iio 'busily" digesting. ghat they liad'and heaVd& Biut ihebest're suit of the social gatherin 'sill e.t erection of a Wesleyan chapel, it being contemplated to make an appeal for the purpose. But as regards what you don't know, joun will be pleased 0t hear thattee, are aliott to foirma muktual improvemiientso 'ciaey hele It is to hlie hoped thiat it will succeed; for, ve have some talent on Gunidiroo, and it is a pity it should bel hid. undera bushel, when it: may ian part some' good to out-of-the-way indi viduals like myself: But more respec tiog this movement afterwards Cipntain St3yles and hiis army ofcrinc keters "iiteind visiting Gininderra on Thursday .next, weather permitting, and ,is it not pleasant to'tlaink of such con tests as these ? It reminds one of the: time when weapons...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO "PRO BONO PUBLICO." (Per favour of the Golden Age.) "VINCIT VERITAS." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

TO "PRO BONO PUBLICO." (Per favour of the Golden Age.) "'VINOIT VXRITAS." MOST POTENT -Pro Bono Publico,-As I am firmly convinced that the "public-! for whose "benefit ":you write, does not 'car the value of your article about either you or me, or our misunderstandings, I shall address you alone, and leave those actually interested,-namely, the two clubs,-to judge between us. I say again, you objected to the aborigines because they woere aborigines; and the paltry cloaking of that feelingbeneath yourfirst oh jection " that they were professionals ! !" shows the shame you felt at the meanness you were guilty of,. although you !trove to hide that meanness beneath the technicality. ,Your. second objection "that they were not members of the Gininderra Club, because they had not paid their subscription," was about as valid as the first, seeing that notone of the club had" then paid their. yearly subscription. But your third, for which the others were only a cover ing, contained the whole...

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SCRIPTURAL GEOLOGY. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

S~ALII'TURAL ;GEQLO&Yv': TUE science of Geology,, which professes to treats -'n ivn, todemronistrtett& thecertainty oP primaeval trainsactions in the 'structure` of the earth, which are asserted to have taken- place before the creationi if' man, can scarcely be called a century old:, Al :geologists tmust remember the time -when geology was; not . existed fit itli riu namie brgin 7 litye-a also the time wheni Smith, the fatherof geo logy;-bad-not.-made public- the,. classification and successio.ilhich he thioticed. as pre vailing among the -' Echini" (that is the fossil remiins of !shrlibs halidilants) foindd in chalk; and its adjacent strata> And: the la' hours oft a century ire. not coompetent to tho roughly investignte or even to observe all the facts of the surface of the earth~'to say no thing of the greater depths of it,.all of which need toblie explored again' and 'again' bef6re facts enough can be arrived at toplu.ce geology on a respectable footing' as a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

[A CARD.] 1:MR.' J. W. SCRIVENOR, SEN., solicitor, -> CONVEYANCER, PROCTOR, &e., XONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. Wanted, BY a MAN and, his WIFE, 'SITUATIONS In the bush. Man as Out-door Servant, wife as Housemaid and Laundress. Address, J.M., Golden Age Office. Notice. :. ELLEN- TAYLOR, (my 9 maiden name Hayes) deny having left my home without just provocation, according to the statement made by my husband (James Taylor) in an advertisoment appearing in this paper of the 17th inst. It was sclely on ac count of his own idle and dissipated conduct that I left him, he being too lazy to work for me or the children, whom I am obliged to maintain, being now at service, intending with the assistance of my friends to maintain them in future. ELLEN TAYLOR. Molonglo, Octeber 25, 1861. Notice is Hereby Given, H AT the usual QUARTERLY .11 E E '1' I N G of the Loyal tlappy Home Lodge of Odd Acllows, M.U., Queanbeyan, s adjourned to Monday naxt, November 4th, at 7 o'clock, p.m., to which al...

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

RT. Y~ ., - to th O RBmittances in Postage Stamps PARTIES .residing at a distance, .7 a and Indebted to the Proprietor-of =this journal in small sums under £1, ate informed, thait,in such oases payment.can be thade (in t)vopenny oraaenny postag stamps; butano, otlier stamps wvill be received .,.,! r To: Advertisers.v F N.-consequence"f ; tan alteratidn th'etime, ofr goinggr fpress.jh w the outer 'pages .of ..his journal, orderst for the Withdrawal oftadeetisiements must In Iutuio lio ent i oniS tu'rdiytAtake effeqt the fol lowing l'hursday., ;.S ' di ci t 'u ` Bihs, Narriages . &;Deaths. Fr ½A';,inse4iAno.'nI tic 'of ^thllabove descriptioni Lthis journal, in futurqthe char'ge will;, be One, Shilling. cash for eacheinsertion. The credit charge will be as hitherto.: QUEANBEYAN AGENCY. ICTORIA FIRE and MA RINED ,INSURANCE COMPANY. (Established hi' Melbourne 1849.) t= SYDNEY, BRANCH- Pitt-street, opposite a req :01!the Empire Office. Accuimulatedazand Invested Capital, £200,000 ...

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

..TURS AI ;Q,' 107E~t,21, -1861 j~ 2 UDDI =,~i wetr nighibours:t immediate extension of railway 1 communicatiopn s f it as thiercapi- 'J tal: ' . t week a monster meeting i wvas ,li~d: at Bathurst, attended, they I say, -oi tl-ousaiid people;,wh'er- t everthieSme from, whb'were nian= s inmoiis in, th opinioni .that ivithout v wishing:t retard the progress of e other lines, thieir necessities, in the s matter' of a _ailway it:Bathuirst, t shouldt)bes &at% once: attenddcl to. c Without'denying' the&existenceo r. many ;.;;a2gumnenits, fo; aliI 'prmpit -c construiction of the Greeat 'Western c line, $we cannotxbut' think, notwith standing their.fprotestations to ,the contrar y, that'thb recent demonstra tions`it 1 bi s igi natedT in,`je lousy ;at. see g tha so large `a, sum was placei on the estimates for. the c extensiin :ofj tlie Southeru trunk; s anci at; uy organisatioun or co9nfe debtit on'f-'ý theirs to,6btain .their objct' will be maide at the expense of lii? teri...

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

EPITOME' OF NEWS. (From our Contemporaries.)   The gaol authorities at Goulburn have re ceived intimation that the sentence of death passed upon Johnson for rape, will be carried into execution on Tuesday, Dec. 3rd. The   prisoner is resigned to' his fate. Shanahan's fate, who is under sentence of death for a like offence, is not yet decided. The sixth, anniversary of the Goulburn Band of Hope was held on Friday last under auspicious circumstances.     In the Braidwood libel case; J. Gurney.v. C. I. Watson, the Supreme Court has rever- sed the judgement.   Scarletina, according to the Braidwood   papers is prevalent, and proving extensively fatal, in that district. A fatal accident through kerosene oil has happened at Sinigleton to a lad named Collett, whilst assisting his father to light a lamp. A strange affair has happened at Armidale. A horse, with a loaded dray of firewood, the wheels being locked wit...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. Maliciously maiming a Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 31 October 1861

POLICE COURT.           Maliciously maining a Bullock.   Samuel Spaldin was charged with having, on the 16th Oct. inst., at Gundaroo, mali ciously and unlawfully maimed a working bullock, the property John Casey, of Back Creek, Gundaroo, by breaking its near hind leg with a large sized tomahawk. The wit   nesses being ordered out of court, Chief constable O'Neill explained the charge against the prisoner, stating there were only four witnesses in the case, which would occupy but a short time. Mr. Freestone appeared for the accused. District Constable Joseph Tighe, being sworn, stated, on Friday morning last I ap prehended prisoner; I told him the charge; he said if Casey swore he (prisoner) broke the bullock's leg he would tell as great a lie as God was just. However Mr. Donnolly knew who did it ; he will get me out of it. I know he will; he told me so. Mr. Donnolly told me he would get me out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

:CROWN LANDS' SALES.. SALES of Crown Lands will ie - held at the undermentioned places, on the days stated:- QUEANBEYAN, , (AT THE POLICE OFFICE,) On .,WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th COUNTRY LOTS. :County of Murray : Parish unnamed:" One lot (42 acres) on Back-creek, about half a mile northerly from Dyball's .42 acres, near Gundaroo, portion 1-W. Five -lots (51 acres 2 roods to 618 acres) on and near the road from Queanbeyan to Yass, adjoining Morrissett's, Palmer's, Shumack's, Molony's and Dixon's por tions, near Giningininderra, portions, 1-1 to 1-5. Fourteen lots (88 to 426 acres) near One-tree hill, on and near the road from Yass to Queanbeyan, adjoining and near Morris sett's, Rolfe's, Butler's, and Gillespie's Sportions, portions 1-u to 1-xv. Eleven lots (25-acres 2 roods 8 perches to 90 acres) near One-tree hill, on and near the road from Giningininderra to Gundaroo, adjoining and near Palmer's,. Crinigan's, Gillespie's, Welsh's, and Cameron's por tions, portions 1-xvr to 1-:xxv. O...

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