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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

TaURnsDAY, OcToBER 31, In the Legislative Council, " Dr. Macfarlane obtained leave to introduce a bill to regulate the qualifications 'of.prac-' tioners of medicine and surgery. The bill was read a first time, and the second reading made an order of the day for next Thursday. . The Chinese Bill was returned from the Legislative Assembly, with a message an nouncing that all the amendments had been agreed to, except that in the fourteenth clause. The Council, on the motion of Mr. Robertson, agreed not to insist on that amendment; and a message to that effect was sent to the As sembly. The'report on the Judicial and other Offices Qualification Bill, was adopted on the motion of Mr. Butler; and the third reading made an order of the day for Wednesday next. On the motion of Mr. Robertson, the report on the Gold-fields Bill was adopted, Mr. Campbell having first repeated his objection to the 13th clause. -The third reading was made an order of the day for Wednesday next, and at a quarter ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. In the Legislative Council, The Church and School: Lands Bill was 'introduced and read a first time, and the so-: cond reading made an order of the "day for ..Thursday next. . " The Gold-fields Bill was 'taken into com mittee of the whole, and a somewhat length ened discussion toolj place on a clause proposed by the President protecting.-lands belonging to private individuals, .hich Mr. Robertson: Ssaid would' destroy the chliracter of the bill: altogether. ; The clause was finally carried by a majority . of eleven to four, but subsequently,' on re committal 'of theSbill, the first or, repealing. clause, was : amended so as to preserve the' law as to private prolierty as at present, and the new clause was struck out. Mr. 'Robeirtson considered the 'alteratidn, a most improper one and did not believe it would pass into law. The Judicial Officers' Qualification Bill was passed'through committee, and amended iby' Sstriking out the words admitting attorneys to th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--A stranger coming for the first time to Queaibeyan, voould'natiually be struck wiithl the very great apathy'manifested by' t?epeople'of this district to anthflinj like mental or intellectual im provement ; whilst there are numbers of' toions in the colony, of less pojiilatioi than Qiteanbeyan, which can boast of. their "Schools of Art, Mutual Improvement `Societies, c., It is somewliat re markable, and by :no: means -creditable,' that Queanbeyan, with a population of over 500 souls, can boast of nothing of the'sort. Wee would ask,~ flow is this ? , Surely in this enlightend age no formal arguments are necessary. to p?rove-the ad :vantage and, the' benefit; of. such institutions. It -would be insulting to the intelligence of any com munity, to adduce proofs in support of associa tiois which hdvuebeeii sanctioned and patronised: by such illuistrioits ni as Lord Brougham, Mac intosh, Grattan,'Fox; Pitt, 'and a 'host of others. The bare. fact that...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. In the Legislative Assembly, A message was received from the Legisla tive Council, intimating that the Council did not'insist upon their amendment in clause 14, of the Chinese Immigration Bill. The adjourned debate upon Mr. Rotton's motion, expressing disapproval of the railway policy of the Government, was resumed by Mr. Hart, who argued against the Govern ment scheme, and concluded with moving, as an amendment, the omission of certain words. Mr. Gray criticised the pretensions advanced by the members for the Western districts. He would be quite willing to vote for run \ning a railroad over the Blue Mountains to Bathurst, or any where else, provided the inhabitants of the locality benefited by such railroad would make good the amount in which the annual returns thereof might fall short of paying the interest on the borrowed capital expended in its construction. He proposed an amendment to that effect. Mr. Hoskins was in favour of tramroads; but disapproved, neve...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

J JIUJW- -AY;' NO1YE.i)JER 7, 1861. .: oy The, ititusuid nraount of .contributed i.it:Uei, #gcnernI 'news, ýandv advortise Ufl PfLnt aq garinlg, in the pi esent issue, 4aCOUun s, 4foi the absence: out lendcing iiaut t .r

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

zhstiinitA)' T _ELEGiILAMs. Ir : a?r inuel; Cohen,Ii it. em nicber for \lri petl died suddienly yesterday. CaOptairi Aclaiis, of tie barque Sh-ihl Jlh in, has tbeia conrnimtteid for trial on a charge of mansliughter. He is, ch•iiged withn hhaving chused the "death of five Lascars,?by beatiug and ill-using: 'Trem railwvayi t:rain rani i into i mob of hoises on the line, .near Camnpbelltown, yesterdiay iand killed five? " M': (. i' I SirmýF. - ':P idttinger is gazetted" na mnagistrate.r. : (F,:om yester day',s :Pape as.) Burke, the exploIor;ris dead. '·The following telegram hts. ibeen received: fromt Melbourne - M r.: Brauc of I-owitt's .seurching expedition, has just reached Sandhurst with Ihe following niclii chioly iiitclligeiice :-Tho only survivor of 1nurki'sexploring party is King, who .has lico?idi'esiovcird with a tribe df natives.'- 'He reports that 13lBrke, tdojetherI with Wills and K.]ingl, succeeded if crossing'the. codl.inent, and.l roemain edhfor! three weeks 'on' the n...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

-0 TUESDAY, OCTODER 29. Is the Legislative Assembly, Mr.Buchanan moved: "That, in the opin ion of this House, an address be presented to the Governor, praying that his Excellency will cause the immediate removal of Mr. Justice Wise from the judicial bench of New South Wales." In support of the motion, a number of letters from members of the jury on the trial of the Burrangong rioters were read, charging Mr. Justice Wise with par tiality in the conduct of the trials, and an apparently undue desire to procure a' convic tion. At the request of Mr. Morris, the original letters were placed upon the table of. -the House.: A Mr. Allen moved, as an amendment, that an address be presented to the Governor, praying for an inquiry into the judicial con duct of Mr. Justice Wise, during the trials of the Burrangong rioters at Goulburn. Mr. Cowper thought the Government not called upon to defend Mr. Justice Wise against the unfounded charges brought against him. The conduct of that gentleman was i...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Nov. 7. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

W Th2ole d rb el.w. .havrefe Melr Oj ,'/ to 0 IC- 'v prodatwoe r and prfer irst. a ' fs ra ' ".l OLEs . 10.; O7C e, -. 1N5ve he: SFlour, per ton fine 20; seconds,£19' ratns,18. Wheato; perbusher, ' ' "n.. -+ 1Pol6li0' tol0t0 :6 Bran, , ditto. ri i.. 1 ..to 0oI' Maize, ditto, , " 7 0 , .to0 Barley;'ditto.: . 'l .; -: :4 "e'0 'ot'B' 6 Oats; ditto';.. ;.ot: '· ; t H- . ? ay preor ton,. . 4.lto:lrl ;; Butter, _(slt)o ;., toO 0 I acon, o ... 02 6 tom,0 7 hEOOtoO" 7 , . 0 to I" -a Fat Cattle, 51. 10:. to 71. 0l; Calves, o . l5a, cr.head. Sheep,' 15. to 20., per hea;d wt3 Pigs, 6d,per opond r Hides,: 5. 6d, to Os. ,eachd .hSheepakins, 4 -d. to~ 6 lb. Tallow?'pe ton,'281: to 301:;'for good samples:' Carriage, perton,- Sydney to Que anbeyan, SL. I:to 101. l "l::o.Queanbeysia to ona,5, il: lOcs.to 41; ru-, r ?1, do, , .';:, ) ..:QUOT4ATIONS<4T TiB MILLS..':"}:; ?,. r Fine flour; t20t'; Seonds,' 19. IWeat 'ot;t' o" ld Rations, 181.1 per, ton' +,,.'-i Pollard L, ..',..2" 1:::6. Bran ...

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

GININDERRA. (From our own Correspondent.) .CRICKET MATCH BIETWEEN GUNDARdo AND GININDERRA. -This match took.place, at Gin inderra on the 81st, the weather could '.not have been better than it was for the occasion. The Guindaroo team arrived at about. nine o'clock, an early hour considering the distance they had to travel before arriving at the con vincing ground, and showing the interest they took in the game. As will be seen, the Gun daroos obtained an easy victory over their hitherto successful competitors; and I must say that in every department: of the game= hatting, bowling, and fielding,--Gininderra never made so bad a show as upon the present occasion; the miserable array of oblong hor rors, and small figures in the score, show with what effect the "slows" of Mr. Styles:were . put in,-a style of bowling dangerous to the bat at' any time, and doubly so to men who have been used to swift bowling, as shown by the fact of nearly the whole of the Gininderra team being' caught out....

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

IMIOUNDINGS. Theia?nderinaitioned Stock are advertised in the 'Govern mnent Ga-eltle,' as being no* impounded in-the publiopounds ntsder wshich they are severally specifded: . At BUNGENDOIE,-,. Brown horse, star and snip, white on near fore and hind off .fetllocks, switch tail, TC near shoulder, illegibleletterand liko W off sholnder Black filly, 2 years old, illegible brand off shoulder. Bright chesnut filly, star, over IW off shoulder * Light hay mare, black points, star, saddle-narked, GK off shoulder, r off neck D3ark brown filly, few white hairs in forehead, FII near shoulder Dark brown lilly, star and stripe on face, white on hind fet 'lucks,g nor shoulder . .. Greyish lilly, lumpiunder belly,-WVM off shoulder, .W near Ilark brown entire colt, 11 off shoulder - lBrowviiih :co:watar, whiute on bellyunidnd of.tail,:-white patch on near flank, off ear marked, F shoulder and riis,dS;bhackoff side, inear,;iump;.- , ,. SBrindldisided iowc wshite "on -back; belly, --legs, face; and t...

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

BIRTH.         At her residence, Morrissett-street, Quean-     beyan, on the 31st October, the wife of Mr Joseph Blewitt, of a daughter.

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CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT. ASSENTED TO 18TH OCTOBER, 1861. (Continued from our last.) Rescission of reservation of water frontage. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

CROWN LANDS. ALIENATION :. AOTti? ,? rk] . j'. AB TE T 18TH OCTOBER s1861. Wi'}(Continued from our last.) 1 Rescission, of- Tesrvationojfitierfriontage. 2. The Governor. may with the lilke advice rescind any; reservation, of water frontage onihe se:coast, \or any: bay inlet harbou?; or navigA 'able riverjorland adjoining such fron tage contained i.. any :rqwntgrant either. h6oll1y: or:to:such'textent anid, suibject tit siuchl conditions or ýrestric tbls ia dr asa1e I and the :land being the subject; of such. rescission ~shallff on 'pynei"tn.'of an adequae, ey is consideraii to be cetermnmedyappraseme~ be ing not les .than the ihiinimzm upset price? i acre tof the class of land as set forth in section twentyithree oqf, this ;ct b'*griited to thelo wner of theiland conveyed iiithe original ,Orowitgirant ;accordingly: .:Provided thao; initlg? i ;hgi?lini`clase containied shaill empower the' Goverh6i to.')grant any la?idib'eldow.highli-wate-=mark'lor to intbrfrewitlany" lai`d' i eil as:...

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

EPITO.ME OF NVETW?'. (From our Contempcroraries.) A servant man, in the employ of. r Mr. Parker, at Cooma, was riding in .a dray, and, ,getting his legs entangled in the wheel,, had one of them broken and the other badly bruised. The Cooma police, accompanied by the ,Police-ningistate aRid,Mr.. A. :.Ryrie, ofe Mi algo v-lii e 'made an' excursion into thd- Jin gerra country, but did not succeed in captur ing nq'i f thlie notorious gang. They, how ever, made a discovery, in ,Glass's house of- ai clever contrivance for" escape in case of" stgr prise. In the corner of a small skilling stood a- sort bf kitchen` dresser, bit evidently de signed as a means of escape if in ;thee house, on the arrival of- tiie police. From this dres- ser a track lay along the rafters to the back, where a small sheet of bark was cut suffi ciently large to allow a man to pass through to the roof,;from wheince a ladder, communi cated with the .ground in the rear of the pre niisese ?.Three Chinese diggers iat th...

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

GUNDAROO.   (From our own Correspondent.) You will probably have received from your Gininderra correspondent an account of the cricket match played at Gininderra on Thurs- day last, the result of which will reinspire our players with the confidence they had lost by three or four successive defeats. On Saturday morning last they started for a contest with the club at Collector; but, I am sorry to say, returned the same evening with a very different result; as you will say, when I tell you that our men were beaten while as yet the Collectorites had seven wickets to fall. The match commenced by Gundaroo going to the stumps; their score reached 88 when their last man came out. Collector now took the willow, and retired upon scoring 50. Lunch was provided at this stage; after which Gun- daroo again took the bat, but with less suc- cess than at first, having to retire upon scor- ing 50, making in all a total of 133. Collec- tor followed, and ere their third man was put out th...

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

Tiq3HE ,N..S.;,WCiales ,neliceerse ? ': Scoring;Books and-Sheets, publishedlby !M'MAI-ON, importer of ticricket, goodsit&c., 410, George-street; Sydney: - , ! t,:1 ,- n i ; , C.: :'' i icket Gobods. (("-1l r,;i - -TEN cases., assorted.: CGrcket G.?Li dods, jti1t" openied cat M'MAHON'S, 1410, George-street, Sydneyt:' :!,?. ':r S, N.B.:- Clu bsalid ,schools supplied at lowest! JUST .i ijacked'at M'Mah6ii's J 416,' George-street, Sydney, ,ten cases Cricket Goods,, consisting of--,: . I,."; ' - °i Clapshaw's match bats, from 5/6 each- :: Th: : Ditto spring, and cane-handled bats. rr 1 - '£ Page's plain and polished match bats " ?, - .?',.Ditto extra cane-handled bats, assorted t: .weights Stiimps and balls of every descriptlonie, Patent registered stumps, ins cases,coom :i". plete ',r. ' -1I ::Batting gloves, leg guardd,} gauntlet &o. Duke's double and treble -seam 'crileket balls . : "-iDoubls extra treble seam'ditto'il :t' . Yotiths' bats and balls;, allUsizes t ' Yout...

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

l r;escli ' c. list?,,b e7o ;t.. : iid itheblebd to ' the P?0o 'iieo'of t;;is atin sucasesayer ntcan be ' made)inp twopenRemittances in Postage stamps ps butno other stamps will be received.: .: To',C Adveirtisers . IN consequence ofu'an alteration Sin the time of- 'goifig'"topr'es'swith' the outer: pages of this'journal ! orders for the withdrawal of; advertisements must:in future beasent in on Saturday to take, effect the fol lowing Thursday. Births, lMarriages, & Deaths. FI'o the insertion of 'nstices of , the above description in this journal, iii fature the chai'ge will be One Shilling cash for each insertion. ; Theeredit chaige:will be as hitherto.-:. : r .. QUEANBEYAN AGENCY. C ToRIA ;FIRE anld MA RIND::INSURANCE COMPANY. ;(Established in= Melbourne 1840.)' . ,r SYDNEY BRANC-I Pitt-street; opp'site : .the ;EmpireOffice Accumulated andInvested Capital, £200,000. SYDNEY BOARD Or DIRECTORS. A. B SMITIT, Esq; Chairman. ' EDWAlID ;WYLD SPECIAL FEATURES. AMPLE SECURITY; MOD...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS.   PRO BONO PUBLICO – We must decline publishing your reply to OCULUS. You are scarcely justified in occupy ing the columns of a public journal with the matter of a purely personal dispute. Each of you has had his say, and the publication of your letter would call forth   another from Oculus, which then in common fairness   we could not refuse; and we are sure "the public does not care" for the dispute existing between you. Your   object will be fully attained by sending your MS to OCULUS, for which purpose we will return it if you wish.

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and Maurice Harnett, Esq.) Breach of the Impounding Act. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

-0- POLICE COURT         THURSDAY . Before the Police Magistiate and Maurice   Harnett, Esq.)     Breach of tlhe Impounding Act. Pemberton Campbell Palmer and Peter McInlyre were summoned by Donald McDon- ald for unlawfully rescuing certain cattle,   which had been seized by complainant under the provisions of the ImpoundingAct.   Mr Scrivenor appeared for the complainant   and Mr.Freestone conducted the defence.   Defendants were fined £2 each, and costs 12/11 each. Fines paid: Felony           In the case of William Martin, of Collector, who had been summoned for feloniously steal ing a mare, Belonging to Archibald Kennedy, of Bungendore, the case was postponed to the 14th instant, order being given to issue a fresh sumnons. Assult.     James Bowes, o...

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COLONIAL SHADOWS. No. 2. OUR YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 7 November 1861

COLONIAL SHADOWS.     By OCULUS     No. 2 OUR YOUNG MAN.   THE maker of pots is called a tinker; he who   makes boots is generally known by the in elegant but very expressive designation, snob;   it is strictly proper, I believe, to call a maker   of habiliments, a tailor; and chips may be   taken as a pretty general term for a builder of houses, kitchen dressers, and bootjacks. In   like manner the gent who dispenses muslin, hooks and eyes, "soft sawder," and satin, be hind the counter of Messrs. Sellinghoff & Co.,   is the Young Man. It matters not his being in the employ ever so many years, and grown grey is the service, using any quantity of hair   dye, scent, pomatum, and other trifles, to bring him up to the proper fascinating selling   pitch, he is still the Young Man. It is not of the slightest conseq...

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

COLLECTOR. (From our own Correspondent.) ACCIDENT.-On Monday last Mrs. Coleman, a widow of about seventy-five years of age, who resides about five miles from here, met with an accident in a very simple way. She was about her household duties, and happening to tread on a piece of orange peel, fell heavily on the floor, the fall causing the fracture of one of her legs. She is attended by Dr. Old ham, and is now doing as well as can be ex pected, considering her advanced age.   Since the late rains the temperature is rather low for rapid vegetation, nevertheless the crops look pretty well. Nov. 2, 1861.

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