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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

Fi xiA, NovaEXIin 8. . In the Legislative Assembly,: The. Colonial Seeretary ;laid on the table several voliineseof Colonial Statutes, stating that'in'the course of three months the whole. of the statute laws of the colony would be compiled and published. On the. motion of Mr. Hoiroyd, the Trustees and Mortgages Powers Extension Bill was read a second time.. Mr.. Windeyer moved the second reading of the Maitland and Morpeth Railway Com pany's Bill. . . A tedious debate took place, after which the second reading was carried, without a division. <The House adjourned till :three o'clock on Tuesday. ;,

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

*J.. Tmjtsnz NOVEMBER 7. In the Legislative Council, Dr. Macfarlane presented a petition from some members of the medical profession, in favour of the Medical Bill. The second reading of the )tedical Bill and of, the Church and School Landa Bill was postponed till Thursday next. 'After which the House adjourned. ,In the Legislative Assembly, The House went into, committee for the consideration of Ways and Means. The Chairman then reported progress, and obtained leave to sit again on Wednesday :next. _ . .. ` Mr. Cowper moved the adjournment of the House, which was opposed by several memb hers, but carried on a divlsicn by 17 to12. :The House was then adjourned at half-past nine o'clock tonext day? _,;

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

TO. TUE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,-Not beiigda subscriber, noriin any way patronisinj:thdt stas-of the firet magnitude,-the YASS COURIER, afriend kindly lent me a copy, dated Nob. 0th, and directed my attention to. an editorialfootnote,'appended to a report of a. cer tain cricket-match, frofn the peni of that paper's own correspondent at Gundaroo, complainring that the letter, containing the paid report was not for t'arded to its destination by the direct. mail ft om* this place. Now if that genius of an editor, will just look at the envelope, he Will find, it marked "too late,-*whereupon;,according to my, invaria ble practice, Iforwarded it by the next mail,. .al-. though that. next happens; to te.pvia. Goulburn. As 1 do not make his. days f ubication ny. atudy Mr Editor 'of the coURIER may 'lepend "upon it 1shall never keep-his too-late letters -till the folloiwing Tuesday to forward by his pet mail,. for whose sole: benefit it: runs. B.ut4: here, is, the. place wohere the sho...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

ýtteUet t a thec iditor . [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this heed, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.) so ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . ,nihii fnsati lE TO Tilf EDITOR OF THfl GOLDEN AGE. Sir,-One of the minor grievances which calls loudly for redress, but which' during thie agitation of more important measures has been' hitherto overlooked, is the manner the publig ash.beeni treated with referenee to roads. It is notorious that roads which have been used by the public for a long series of years, have at the caprice of the lords of the adjacent soil been fenced ,over, and the jpublic , put to great inconvenience, by . being compelled to travel'a much greater distance, ad in many cases into the bush and secub uihereit is` dangerous to take vehicles, so much so that'several accidents and even loss of life have been the result. As 'an illizatration of an evil which I believe: is very general throughout the colony, I.may adduce the road from Queanbeyan to Yas...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRAMS. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S TELEGRA3IS. Tuesday'night. We have two (lays' later news from Ame rica, via California. The Southern Confederates continued suc cessful, even according to the accounts of the Unionists. A Qseensland telegram says that -in all there were nineteen persons murdered by the blacks at Mr. Wills' station. There is a report that gold has been found on the Peak. Downs. Cunningham, n.the publican of King-street, has been cast in £800 damages for.;breach of: promise of marriage. Dr. Wilson's motion for vote of censure on the ministry, Is to come on to-night. A telegram just. received from a reliable source of Orange, and dated' this afternoon, gives astounding reports of the richness of the Lachlan 'gold-field. A rich lead, it is ssld, has been struck, three-quarters of a mile long, and described as surpassing Ballanrat in its palmiest days. The gold is struck gene rally at from 120 to 180 feet. One party is reported to have realised £1,000 sterling each' man ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

CROWN LANDS' SALES: ALES of Crown Lands will Ie hl o the undermentioned places; on the days stated : BERRINA,1 'I (AT TILE roLsEn OF 'OEg ) OOn TUESDAY, NOVEMBER1 26' 1l861. COUNJTRY. LOTS: Oountj, of Oamden r arnsh unnamed: Two lots (40 acres 2 roods, and 41 acres - ad-1 joining the south and east boundaries. of Cheeke's; 400 acres, at Countra, near Shoalhaven-river, portions 1- and 1 , - -Two lots' (40 and 49 acres) on aind near the road fromn Marulan to Shoalhaven. lying north-easterly from Cheeke's 040 acres, portions 1-II and 1-In. Fifteen lots.. (40. to 110 acres? at the Barren Ground, head 'of ;.Paddy s-river, about five miles southerly from Sutton Forest, adjacent to Johnson's, Badgery's, 'antd Osborne's portionol.portiosn 1-i to 1-xv. Foai' lots (31 acres 8 roods'to 88 acres 8roods) on and near George's-crek at Bumballa, adjoining arid near Jenkins' 000 acres and 2000 acresf about 8 'miles south-easterly from Murrimba, portions 1-i to 1-Iv. Five lots (49 Ito 100 acres) on a...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

G UN D AROO. (From our oun Corres pondcnt.) DEATH BY DROwNINo.-Oni Thursday last a' death ocetirredl hereby 'drowning. Mr. R. Charters wven't away to his sheep station to see after the sheep washing and shearing, leaving no person at home but his two sons, the oldest being about ten years old. 1'X)lile his parents were absent he went to the creek to bathe, but-never came out, being drowned by getting beyond ý his depth, there heing no person near at hand to help him. It is likely an inquest will be held on the body to-day by the district, coroner, word having hbeen sent: to him yesterday. [The inquest has been held, aid a verdict returned to the effect that deceasedcam& to his death by driowniiig, while attempting to'bathe.---ED G. A. .YESTERDAY pvening the members of the Mutual Improvement .Society met at the Medical Hall, and after four new nmembers had added their names to the list, the meeting opened by Mr. W Affleck'reciting i piece 'on the .death ot Judge Talfourd. Aft...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

IMPOUND OGS. The undermentioned Stock are adrertised in the '`Goao = nont Gazette a being now impounded in the publiepounds ,under which the1y are severally apeeqierd: At BUNGENDOILE,- * IBrown yearling colt, star illegiblkbrand near shoulder.; bay colt, black points, small sear, like WB-ojv WB near .-shoulder.M J; BrE roundkccper. At COLLECTOR, Black mare, switch tail, black points, like I off neck, JB off shoulder, four years old, fourteen hands high; pichald horse, long tail, like JIL or J II conjoined under saddle near side, tive years old, fourteen hands high. S. CUOWTHEi, 1'ooundkeeper. At GUNNING. Chesnut horse, switch tail, sandle marked, CF or GF near shoulder, seven years old, 151 hands high; hay mare, starsbort tail, VC.or NQ.or G near shouldcr, four years .old,13*t liands higgh, hay ltiorse, star, saddlo marked, R near houldec, MG or C hff~shoulder, aged, 151 hands high *+,iv ý ?? W . Itunn, 1oundkcper.. At QULANDEYAN. Chesut hiorse,-F over'-HA (the ILA very faint) near ...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

2'IURZSD4Y, NOVEMIBER 14;.~1861. Ir is a sati faptipndliowever melan cliolf ot Have ascertained the fate of the intrepid ]3uiuoK and his unfoi tunate comepainons. The months of paiinful suspense respecting the issue of this .particular undertaking are eidedt in the moiunful. tidings borne 'by the only siuryivor of the party, M"" :1KnINv. From -him - we gather that, although many ; fruitless at tempts1 have been' made by others, the honour lias beein reserved for Morn RT O'HIARA BURKEL of: being the first to criss :froii south to north the ": vast continientr 'f Australia. Leaving Cooper's Creek, which may be regarded' as the hitherto utmost houndary of discovered Australia; BuRKcE and his party ' comprising 'Messrs. WILLS, KING, and GRAY, litiinchod `forth in the month of SDecember last into the terra incog rn/a, p'msuiinig their course niorth whikd till, in the month of February; their great task was accomplished they had gained the Albeit river, at its"tidal influence w ith the 'G...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1:C I `fit 4i \W i ;'Your third cnmtribution. on "SSeripturaeeologey" Is to huiid, but. with much other' unitter, is necessarily held over to a future issue. YW a. are inhe he rsdilitpfjui 'anonyrious correspondence frol iKinidra, confphhlninI of the mral-administration of justice uL that placy,,-and sundry other abuses; but iusinucsanu s that the document bears no real signature, for thatt reason, alone,I'however: well-grounded t'ie coin plainum we cuaiuot give it admission. The party must. confide to us his real namn;and then, if his conumuni catirlobe intelligiblyy written, and points'to some tungi bli. euse, -whicrh is fdi preferable to making general compluints,--he'shall be attended to.

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AN ACT FOR REGULATING THE OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS. [ASSENTED TO 18TH OCTOBER, 1861.] Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

AN ACT FOR REGULATIN.G b THEZOCCUPATIONOFF t yCROWN YLAMNDS :_. t [ASSENTiED TO'18Tn OCTOB'ER 8 1 Preamble t WIEiREAS itsis .expedient to make abetter provision f:fora the foccupation C erown Lands ,Be, it cenacted 1 jest by and Withk lio advide and' consent of the' Legislative Council and.: Legislative Asseimbly of Nfew SouthWa1e i'nPailiament assembled saicif b tlih authority of the saineas follows - w .: it esp teation. 1 The followinig termis witlhim in verted commas whenever used therein shall unless the contest otherwise' indicate bear the `meanings set `a gainst themirespectively "Crown Lands "All lands vested in her Majesty whichmavo not been dedicated to any public purpose or which have not bdca inanted or lawfully'contriacted to be gliitod to any peison in fcc sinmple. "First-class Settled Districts "-the lands clared to be of 'the settld class undei the Oiders in Council` "Second-class Settled _Districts. "-The lands convsrted into the settled class by thie Act 28 Victoii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

TELEGrBAPHI TO .Q 30 EN3 7A- 1-. A FINAL PUBLIC MEETING T ILL be held at the Court ' House,Qneanbeyan, on SATURDAY NEXT, at One o'Clock, to consider the pro posal of the Government with reference to the above-mentioned Telegraphic Extension. A.GENERAL ATTENDANCE of all in- , terested in the movement is earnestly solicited Nor. 0th, 1801. CROWN LANDS' SALES. SALES of Crown Lands will Je field at the. undermentioned places, ..on the days stated: 1I QUEANBEYAN, (AT THE ýn PolE'oPrIoEý) On WEDNESDAY; NO VEfTBER 20th COUNTRY' LOTS.4 County of MAurray, :Parish uznnaed One lot (42 acres)on Back-creek, about half aimile northerly from Dyball's 42 acres, near Gundaroo, portion 1 ° Five lots (51 acres 2 roods to 618 acres) on and near the road- from Queanbeyan to Yass, adjoining, Morrissett's, 1Palmer's, Sliumack s, Molony s and Dixon's por tions, near Giningininderra, portions 1 l1 to 1-5. Fourteen lots (83 to 426 acres) near One-tree hill; on and near the iroad from' Yass; to Queaubeyan, ad...

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Local Intelligence. SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

SMALLL PEBTS COURT. i OA Thursday lust the usual bi. monthly court of requests.was held in the Court House, Queanbeyan,' the Police '. Magistrate, and Messrs. Hall, Rutledge, and Cunningham, being the magistrates who occupied the bench at different periods of 'the day: Several minor "cases were called iin which there was either- no aPpearance,- or a settle-' ment out of court; and in many others which were not of siufficient importance to notice, verdicts were given for, the . amQuuts claimed, with costs added. The following cases :occupied. the principal attention and time of the court. -P.' Martin v. Archibald Kennedy.' Mr. Scrivenor for the plaintiff, said that .his client applied either for the restitution or value of 'a mare, (£5) which he had lost about ,two years ago, and-bad traced td; the posses `sion of the defendant. _ 'The plaintiff was sworn and proved that he had on two several occasions seen the mare in question in defendant's possession, and that defendant had promis...

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General Intelligence. FIRE AT COOLRINGDON. DESTRUCTION OF THE WOOLSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

FIRE A'1 COOLRINGDON.au DESTUOCTION. ,OF THE 'WOOLSIED. On Wednesday evening last a fr11f a very serious nature broke out between seven and eight o'clock in the, woolsheid, at Coolrington,. near Cooma, and in a few minutes the whole of those large premises, were burned com pletely to the gronnd. From what we can. gather, .the following; appears to be the particulars as far as known, but how the fire originated seems more than probable to be "that" of an incendiary: Mr. Wilson of Dangelong,hadccharge of the wool shed and pons, and when iall.thoerest of the men had left for the day, he and, some others remained behind for nearly an hour, drafting some sheep, and making arrangements for. the ensuing day's work. Finally Mr. Wilson: went round the whole shed, in order to see that everything was right. `At this time no fire or signs of it were to be- observed. Soon after' this Mr. Wilson, who had been dressing for dinner, came out and observed an extraordi nary glare In the. direction of ...

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. Articles of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. Articles of the Peace; John McDonald and wife were- summoned by Ann Lynch, who prayed ,that the defen dants might be bound over to keep the peace towards her, inasmuch as she considered her life and person in danger from the defendants. The female defendant did not appear, and the case against John McDonald was pro- ceeded with.   Complainant sworn; deposed that on the previous Friday, she was taken certain cattle of defendant's to the pound for trespass when defendant cameout of his house and swore by the mortal,J-s that if she took another beast of his to the pound he would have her b-y life. .She, was in constant dread of the defendant, his wife, and family. Defendant was ordered to find two sureties in £20 each; and himself in £40, to keep the peace for three-months towards all her Ma- jesty's subjects, but in particular the com- plainant, in default to be imprisoned for one week. A warrant was ordered to issue for the ap pearance of Caroline...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

WEDNESDAY, ' NOVEMBER 6: In the Legislative Coiuncil, The Gold-flelds Bill was read a third: time and'passed: ..:......:.....' = , The Judcital andOther Offices Qualification Amcndinent.Bill.was read.'a-third'time and passed, and retiured with amendments to the Assembly.... The House then adjourned. In the Legislative: Assembly, Mr. Buchanan gave :notice of resolutions against state aid to-religion.n In answer to. Mr.. Buchanan, Mr. Cowper intimated that the claims of Messrs. Smirl, Russell, Blackie, and Benegan, to a reward for having discovered the Kiandra gold-field, would .be taken into consideration by the board about to.be apsointed for determining such particulars, whose names, together with other particulars, would be published in.. the Gazette. Mr. Forster presented a petition praying for the extension of the Southern ,trunk line of railroad to Goulburn. The House having gone into committee' of ways and means, : Mr. Allen having been. the mover of the adjournment, resumed- ...

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BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

?BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. From our own C'orrespondcnt. SiicE l1a'st wrote to you mining operations have been stopped a little by the heavy rain last week abut now we have all.resumed our, work again, and are `being: moderately rernu nerated, some getting ,it, very good, others only wages. 'However we are all in good spirits. There was a six-pennyweight nug get found fast week; and one weighing twelve ponnyw eights'somebIgrains-by a party named Cannon and his mate.- Not only so, but the same men were well remunerated with smaller gold the week before.: - We ihave.nothing to complain of, only the snakes, and. they. ,are veryŽ-.numerous here. There ha.s lieen eight killed liear this summer already... Cannon and his mate :while: pros pecting nearly, stepped on one. The mate followed'it, determiined to kill it; -but it. ran into a large water. hole, but sat down to watch for the snake, and, he ýwas .not disappointed for in about one hour he killed three 'black snakes, the first was 4 feet...

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

TuEsDAY, NOvEMBilL 5. IN the Legislative Asseribly, The Speaker read a letter from Mr. Meston, member for Tenterfield, resigning his seat, which was, thereupon: declared vacant. After some formal business had. been dis posed of Mr.. Lucas resumed the adjourned debate on the motion of Mr. Rotton, condem natory of ;the railway policy-of the ,govern ment, as indicated by the estimates. ilHe warned the Ilouse, and: the country of the ruinous consequences that might follow upon the loss of. public credit, and urged. the neces sity for proceeding with caution and economy, in expending borrowed money in the con striuction of railioads. .lIe was in favour of horse tramways, yet before be would'vote for the ministerial scheme, he should require. to be infornied at" what gradients and at what expense they were ,pioposed' to be made. If at more than .twoothousand pounds a mile, he would prefer to have locomotive railways at once.. After some further debate, Thee House decided on retaining the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

to h N L ,oat. rjl ?r Pae&lnbr to. )aith age Remittances in Postage Stamps ARTIES residing at a distanice, _L -' and indebted to the Proprietor of this journal in small sums under £1, are informed that in such cases 'payment can be made in twopenny or penny~ postage stamps, but no. other stamps will. be received. To Advertisers. TN consequence of an alteration, I in the time of ,going to press with the outer pages, of this journal; orders' for'the' withdrawal of advertisements must in future be sont ini on Saturday to take cffect the fol lowing Thursday. Births, 1Marriages, & Deaths.' F on the insertion of notices of the above description in this journal, in future the charge will be, One Shilling cash for each insertion. The credit charge will be as hitherto. , QUEANBEYAN AGENCY. VICTORIA ;FIRE and MA 1llNE B.1NSURANCE COMPANY. (Established in Melbourne 1849.) SYDNEY BRANCH`-Pitt-street, opposite the EmpireOfflce. Accumulated anid Invested Capital,' 2OOOO0. SYDNEY"B...

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 14 November 1861

EPITOiIEB OF NEW. (From our Contemporaries.) A. S. Freestone, Esq., left Queanbeyan on Wednesday last at nine in: the miorning, and reached Braidwood about four in the after noon,rva the new road to Braidwood. Mr! Boyer, one of the propritooir 'of the Border Post died. suddenly at Beechworth last week. On Sunday night last several horses were driven out of Mr. J. L. Moriarty's yard, at Braidwood, and traces of them discovered. The remains of a human body, which had been burned, were found near Tobin's Mount Pleasant--Inn, and -beside the fire a piece of bark stripped from the tree, witith these sen tences written ini blood :-"W. 11.1 now see your kindness.. Had, you only warned me. False advertisementis ;lotters intercepted; tent robbed; drugged 'my very food.' God help. me. I see it all too late." A severe frost occurred : on Suinday last in the neighbourhood of "Braidwood, and did considerable injury to bothrgardens andt or chard. At Cooma te weather has been close; and warm with'...

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