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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

-o POLICE 'COURT. WEDNESDAY.. Hercules O'Kecfe, was brought up before the Police Magistrate charged with using threatening language towards his wife; case postponed until Friday. TIIHURSDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. John Eggle stone and John Reilly were required to find sureties in the sum of £10 each, and, two bondsmen £5, to keep the peace towards Archibald Kennedy. S FRIDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. Hercules O'Keefe, was required to find two sureties in :£80, and himself in £60, to keep the peace for 12 months, in default.to be imprisoned for two months in Goulburn gaol. SATURDAY. John ?Villiams was fined' five shillings' for .drunkenness. Dnuxh ARcn..- Yesterday, an inebriate, named Samuel Farrell was convicted before W. R. McCarthy, Esq. J.P., and fined 5/. or 6 hours in the cells. PRISONERS' EscouT.-On Sunday the fol lowing prisoners arrived here, from Cooma, under escort :-Michael Roohan, six months in Goulburn gaol as a rogue and vagabond; also, Eliza Wilson, six m...

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QUEANBEYAN QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

QUEANBEYAN QUARTER SESSION S. Tnis courtwas opined at ten o'clock, a.m. on Tuesday- last, by Thomas Callaghan, .Esq., Chairman. ~ R. Templeton,"Esq., ap peared to prosec te on behalf of the Crown, and the attorneys present were J. T. Gannon, A. S. Freeston6, and J..W. Scrivenor, Esqs. The follow g persons were sworn in as a' u'y : --L. . DeSalis, Esq. (foreman), A. Cameron, J Cummins, M. Duff,W. A. Beatty, A. Dyce, Bunt, G. Bates, G. Bingley, J. Beatty, J/Blundell, and Thomas Dwyer. There vas only one case to be tried, viz., that of/Samuel Spaldin (out on bail), com-' mittel for having on the 16th October last, .wilfflly and maliciously. wounded a bullock, theproperty of John Casey of Gundaroo. - The prisoner, upon hearing the indictment read, pleaded not guilty, and was defended /by Mr. Gannon. - The Crown Prosecutor briefly opened the case, by stating the facts as they have already appeared in these columns, observing that' in the case of trespass of cattle, &e., the cours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

CHRI i TiIAS Is Coming! ABRAHAM LEVY AS great pleasure in announ cing.that a portion of his Splendid NewPurchases IN CLOAKS, DRESSES, EC8, has come to hand, and is for inspection, com prising, MANY NOVELTIES never ,before introduced into the town, and Suitable for the Season. O LOTIIINI1.T:, A splendid assortment. Boots and Shoes ; Gents' Peggedl Wellingtons. bR.AIE EJ . Teas, best brands, in chests,halves; and qrs..i Sugars, M.O., C.C., snowdrop, No. 1 -pieces: a n d c r y s t a l s , ' R m 3- : Wines, port and sherry, bulk and bottle Allsop's Ale, in hhds: - SGin and Brandy, Martell's Claret, Sparkling & Still Hock. Sparkling Xosell :Cordials, all sorts RAISINS AND CURRANTSr: NEW FRUIT. .Valnuts, new fruit Soft-shelled Almonds y, Barcelona ditto, ditto .Indian ditto : Figs, ih 8ib boxes, quite Muscatels .new Candled Peel : - Lea'8 Perrin's Sauce. ESSENCES AND PERFUMIERIES, I a varied assoritment. : !fereshaum Washed Pipes, 20 different kinds;" Myall ditto Cut Negrohead Tob...

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IMPOUNDINGS. The undermentioned Stock are advertised in the 'Government Gazette,' as being now impounded in the public pounds under which they are severally specified:— At BUNGENDORE,— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

IMPOUNIINGS. The undermentioned Stock are advertised in the 'Govern. rnent Gazette,' aso bing now impounded in the publiopounds under wls ich they are severally specified:-. TFrom tlhe Governmnent Gaatlte, Nov. 191k, 1861... . At 3BUNGENDOREE,- * Light coloured chesnut lilly, near and off hind fetlock white, stripe down face, like TH conjoined near'shoulder' light chesnut colt, slightly inclined to roan, long. star and, snip, illegible brand like W a little sideways over WV near shoulder, about two years old; greyish horse, anrk potnts,' pulled tail, broken in, TL over F near shoulder: light brownish horse, white face, near hind and off fore fetlock white, pulled tail, broken in, L off shoulder, illegible brand near shoulder; brown mare,ýpulled tail, near fore fetlock white, broken in; DL over like VPO (the VP con. joined) near shoulder, illegible brand like.TL off shoulder. Mo. J. Bnrn,, Poundkcepor. At GUNNING. .Brown ox, small horns, 1IK rump -K'off slioulder; bay -mnre, white tq...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Nov., 28. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

ions &etweca the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEEAN MARKET.;. Flour, per ton, fine £20; seconds, £10 rations, £18 Wheat, perbushel, 8. , 6 0:t 0 0 Bran ditto ... . .. ... 1 8 . :3=to 00 0 . Maize, ditto ... . . 7 0 to O 0 Barlcy, ditto .. 4 0 to ' ""4" 6 O0ats, itto . "... ".. ~ 6 0 ? to: 0"0 H'y, paer ton, .. ,..",4. 4 to: 61 . :Butter,(salt) 0 to 0 I Bacon; 0 6 to 0 "7 Cheese, .... 0 6 to 0. 7, Eggs; ,...:' 1 1-0 -to-' I 6 S Potatoes, per cwt. .. " 5s. Fat Cattle, 5?1.10. to 71. 10:; alves, 11?.' ls er head. Sheep, 15s. to 20s., per head; Pigs, 6d par pound Hides, a5s. 6d. to 6s. each Siheepskins, 44d.,to 6d lb. Tallow, per ton;, 81. to 301. for ond samples. :' ._.. ' Carriage, per ton,-Sydney to ueanbeyan, 81. 10: to 101. Qucnbeyan to Cooa, 3. 10 to 41. . !jUOTATIONS AT THE tMILLS,:" Fine flour, 201. Seconds, 191. Wheait .. C Od ,lations, 11. per ton Pollard ' . ... ls.6d Bran ... .... :rs. Sd. . Grinding. ... I. 6 0. B. EBSWORTIWS PRODUCE REPORT. Woor..-M'icli diga...

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COOMA. GREAT FLOOD AT COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

COO A. Prom our own Correspondent. GREAT FLOOD AT. COOMA. Fort the last few days the heat has been al most intolerable; every, blade of grass has been literally burnt up, and the crops pre sented a most miserable appearance;, indeed" I may say, but for the copious shower which: fell this afternoon, the settlers' prospects were all but blighted for this season. A thunderstorm broke over the township". this afternoon, accompanied by aheavy shower of hail, and afterwards by rain, which con tinued to fall without intermission for several hours. The creeks and their tributaries rose rapidly, and in a very short space of time the the flats were completely deluged. The new bridge lately" built by.our worthy(?) townsman Johnson, along with all the fences within reach of the creek, w'ere swept away en masse; sb much for the £100 given tfbra structure which has diappeared on the f?rst? test bf its efiicimncy ! The £125 given to re pair, or rather-make; the road leading to this illustrious bri...

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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

POST OFFICE. ARRUVALS. t'rtrrnm t3C:NEY (via-BungenldOrc).,M ay, Thursday` Sa Sturday, at n ~m (via Gundaroo) . iedgesday and datur dayat hi ast Six p.m. *. M d,-Mfony. ,vcdneaday, and Suturday, t 'YO4,-Wci lbt daY and Saturdaiy at Eight n.m. AEPAtT UUtES. n t:.Y! (rigBungelndor),-1toMOdaY.Wdnesldsay. rind Saturday, at Nine n.m. veia Gundaroo),-Sifduy and Thurdady, a) W. -:<Six, a.m. T'ri .t-i'1i.\;=Mcnday, Thureday, add Saturday, at Noon c I. .'t N;- Suuday and Tlursday, at Three p.m.

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (1resterday's teleorams to Goulburn paperJ.) .Tuesday night. The weather in Sydney is. intensely hot and sultry. Nothing' doing in the city. - It is expected, that parliamenrut will be prorogued before Christmas. - Wills, the survivor oP Burke's party, has been enthiusiastically: received in .Melbournc.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

n WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20:2' ' In the' Legislativ Council , The Sale of LiqiiorsBill, was received f:oih: the.Legislative Assembly.: Mr. Robertson laid on the table: acommu-" nication from Mr. Black on the acclimutisa-. tion of salmon.. The Legislative Council Bill was postponedr .till the following Wednesday. : ,. - The Insolvency Law Amendment :Billa vas read a 'second time.-. Thei Navigation' Waters Plotecton Bill was read a first time. The Hlouse wentinto committee: oh the' Land Transfer Registry, Bill;; and"'the :Land Declaration Bill, both of which were :passed, with a few verbal amendments.': , ;--:: ;' . Mr. Hargrave brought up the report onithe Property Law andiTrustees Relief Bill, which was agreed to. The Public Tolls Bill was -read a second time-. ' - Dr. Macfarlane presented .a;petition from certain 'imedical practitioners, praying that the Medical Bill may pass.", -The House adjourned 'at half-past six o'clock until four o'clock next day: : *In the Legislative Assembly,...

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

--0-- 'T.ESDAY, NOVrMtBED 19.1: IN the Legislativo Assembly, . In answer .to questions, the Government said that they had no information relative to the statement made by Henley, on oath, at Goulburn, that several Chinaman' bd been murdered at the late riots at, Burrangong: that the Attorney-General declined to prose cute Cameron on the depositions laid before him; -that thl reply to the address on roll gious equality would he laid before the As sembly when" received;--that the subject of the equalisatlon: of Minlsters salaries wdould be considered niext. session';-- that .no new commission of the peace would be offered at present;-that detailed accounts of contin gencies in rirence to railways .*ould'i be given ;-and that valnntors of land iihder. ie. land Act had been appointed. Mr. Forster moved that the appointment of Messrs. W. De:n and Co. as agent for the sale of Crown Laads was unsatisfactory, and ought to be cancelled. After a long discussion the motion was. ne gatived by 3...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

FRIDAY, TNoVEMDER 22. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Cowper laid on the: table a despatch, 'relating to the separation of the Clarence and lticliimond RiverDistrict. In' reply to 'questions, the-Government said that plans and sections for the proposed rail way extension had.been laid before the House and approved- of,; -that the money order system, as recommended by the Postmaster 'General. would be carried out. as soon as practicable. M:Ir. Cowper then moved the following re solutions on the subject of plenro-pneumonia, which. were .put seriatim:--* 1I That this House has heard with regret that the disease called pleuro-pneumonia is spreading to an alarming extent on the southern blirder of the colony. 2. That the destructive nature of this disease renders it of the first importance that the Government should be empowered to takle all necessary, steps to stay its devastating progress. 38. That in order to carry these views into execution, it is desirable that a special Comnmissio...

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

T1URsDAY, Novs3iEiRn 21.; In the Legislative Council, .': The order of the day foia the second reading' of the Chuirch and School Lands Bill was: Mr; Kemp moved that htthe bill ,'be read:a second time that day six months. Mr. Keinp's amendment was carried by . majority of 12 to 8. h.e Insolvency Law Amendment Bill, with a few amendments, was passed thiough comnmittee. The report on the Land Titles .Declaration Bill was,adopted; ;as was that also of .the Land Transfer and Registry Bill. The House adjourned at five minutes .past eiglito'~iock, until foar'o'clock on Wednesday following. " In the Legislative Assembly, SMr. Cowper laid on: the tabla correspon dence: between the Executive anid Messrs. dParkes and l)alley, as immigration lecturers; and a report by Mr. Alexander Black, on .the suitability of certain rivers in the Southern part of the colony fodr the acclimatisation,"of salmon. In answer to questions,- it was stated by Ministers that the constriuction of a road from Balhurst...

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BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

BROOKS'-CREEK. DIGGINGS. SFrom a Correspondent. . SINCE my last the diggings have resumed their usual activity. ' The floods on Tuesday and two following days, have done both.harm and .good; they :.have.:-swept--away:-cradles, .ms, and sluice boxes; also destroyed the dam' connected with the puddling machines; '.'w? ver,ithe rain upon the Whole:has been el. `,:ial, as the :diggings upon the high lands I.;,: been beautifully supplied with water, %!:; is they stood minuch in need ;of. Ou," Gundaroo neighbours are going a-head . :!right direction -as I see by your jour-. :al ticy have establisl'ed a Mutual Improve-. ,nl:. ,lass:. I` purpose going in some fine ni?~'4 :and proposing for a subject "Brotherly' iL,)." as I begin to fear there is a jarring a?!:~ngs them,-at least if I can judge by the l~ calpapers. iov. 23rd.

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LACHLAN RIVER DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

LACHLAN RIVER DIGGINGS.?.. From. .a Correspoirdent. THESE diggings' are situate about 70 miles below Cowra, on the Lachlan, between the Lachlan and the' Bogan, but close on the banks of the Lachlan River. The first lead opened was by the prospectors, and they are doing a' ripping stroke. 'I." saw as much as 21i ounces washed out from' one tub of dirt, and there has been about thirty holes each side of the prospectors bottomed, and all first rate ones, --s much as sixteen pounds weight washed out to the tub. Every one on the lead is turning it out in style. I wish I could let you see some of the nuggets I .have, got in my possession. I have bought a quan tity of the gold. It will take some to fully test the richness of the Lachlan, but it is the belief of all the Victorian miners and deep sinkers that this is and will .be a "second Ballaarat." Every new hole that is bottomed is rich'er ihan its predecessor. This morning my attention was drawn to a great number of people running in th...

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

EPJITOM1E OF NEJWS. (Frcrm our Contemporaries.) ' At th: "':ss quarter sessions last week,; I ',t'lih 1nl:shall, WVilliam Robertson, and i!ianl Stewart, for highway robbery and r!'bb.ry f'tna ? dwelling, were sentenced to ten. yairi' on the roads; Alexander Macdonald v quittcd of the abduction of Mary Eli-? ';:!h 'raug: Robert Macdonald, charged i h ,' tal ing from a dwelling, was acquitted; !. i:) irhn,'4dson, a.young girl,'charged with stealing money, was acquitted; James IHayes, horse-stealing, acquitted; .R?ger Corcoran, cattle-stealing, acquitted; George Milford.was convicted of cattle-stealing, and sentenced, to 2 years hard labour; John Bennett, charged >with stealing gold dust, was discharged'on his own recognizances to appear when called on ; James Knight, same offence as last-mentioned, was found guilty, and sentenced to six months' hard labour; James Bates and Jeremiah Mac arthy for stealing in a dwelling, the former was acquitted, and the latter sentenced to twelve mo...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

G UNDAR'0 6. - (From our outi - Correaponldent.) Fon the last four days .we::have -hadfearful weather; the like I never,'saw before. .:e?e have had thunder, lightning, rain, and lhail, all at one time; floods have been the 0order. of the day; fences, crops, and everything else that came in its way, had to succumb to its destructive effects. The hay and wheat crops have suffered materially from it. The hailstones were the size of pigeons' eggs. The weather has now' changed; and not before it was time, for had it lasted mucli longer I cannot contemplate the consequences.. Lnst night an :essay was read at the Medi-. cal Hall by Dr Beales'; subject,- " The ex isting Fallacies of the. Age." It was an amusing and instructive essay, and' displayed a considerable deal of talent in the writer. The remarks on the subject were general, em bracing, England, France, America, and lastly this country. The' essayist'pointed out in a masterly manner the existing fallacies of those countries. He w'is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

i Freehold Property FOR POSITIVE SALE. 'MR. R. SINDEL J'AS' received instructions, from Mr. W. BINGLEY, to submit to. Piblic Competition,' ON. THE PREMISES, On Tuesday 3rd December,1861, The undermentioned valuable free-. hold Property;: Three half-acre Allotments, Situated at the corner of Booth and Atkin son streets, lots Nos.1 'and 2 of Booth-street, and:No. 20 of Atkinson-street, of section No. 16. These three allotments are adjoining each other, and form' a Square Block the half of which is enclosed with a? -NEW :PALING FENCE, and is now under culti vation as a GARDEN. A well-built, i'espectable, and neatly-finished Stone Cottage, of three rooms, th'e dimensions of which' are,: 18ft. x 14ft.' in., 18ft. x 10ft. 6in., and 15ft. x 10ft., well-shingled, and rooms papered. A : Detached Kitchen. 'Newly-built of slabs, with well-built stone' chimney and fireplace. The town of Queanbeyan=is the centre of a circle of massive wealth, and is destined at no distant period .to, become one ...

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SCRIPTURAL GEOLOGY. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

SCRIPTURAL .GEOLOGY. (Continued) . TisEE is _appint in every:8sience0 beyondi which e aire un~able to carry our investiga tions,' the poiiit wemay shift a little further back,;but~ beyoind;dit'we' cannot 'get, and are constrained to. say,,this is beyond the creature itself, and mustbe attributed to some higher poti'er -'1The operation'of thoe la s which be long to scienicoe e ae' able to trace, biut` the laws themselves, -that power by which .these' operationsgo 0In so, uniformly and,constantly, that weare able to trace each ~ peration to a fixed :principle or lawtthis we can only `as cribeto God " ' " What is gravitation or polarity, or chemical affinity? iTh ey-are:at present: only. names for certain operations? ; i tauight the: animals their seveal ;instincts? W'? Wiy do birds :build' their, nests and bees foirm, their cells aiike in all countries where tihey re foiund? Nay; birds whvliich hae never seeno a nest, and are not in a natuirailstatet ?~These powers, these instincts, a...

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Original Poetry. LINES, ADDRESSED TO A MOTHER IN HEAVEN, [We give insertion to these lines, not because of any great poetic merit they possess; but because, being the composition of a young lady, and breathing a very commendable spirit, we are desirous of encouraging such attempts wherever we find them.—Ed. G.A.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

LINES,- ADDREhSE0W1'TO A MOTHERL~ IN HEAVEN . BY AN,? AT? .:TIONATEJ .AUGeiTE . [7 ' give insertion to thcoe lines, no becaae of ainygreat poetic merit they possess; but because, being the composi tion of a young Lady, and breathing a very commendable plirit, we are desirous of encoiraging-such attempts whereever toe fnd them.-Ed. G.?A. Where art'thoo now, my mother dear ? And where that sweetest smile - That once did play upon thy lips P - It seemed to speak no guile.. Where art thou now, thou cherished one? To me thou art ever dear; Though I thy face no longerpee, ` In spirit thou art near. : Where thou art now, no longer pain Or sorrow can molest; Sickness or dleath, no more shall reign; . - . -. In peace thine ashes rest. Where ihou art now, no troubles rise 'Within thy peaceful breast; Nmo sin nor suffering can come nigh,? To mar thy peace, and rest! Where art.thou now, thou.lovely.one, ' . That once on earth did weep, Whlilst passing through this vale of tears e Dst thou, in J...

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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

'DISTRICT COURT. AT the close of :the sessions, the District Court was formally opened, and immediately adjourned to- 2 o'clock p.m. at which hour His I-Ionor took his seat on the Bench. The following adjourned cases were first disposed of. NpoofAN. v. EusrAco.-The plaintiff was non-suited Without cost'. NooNAN ? v. WVLDINr.-Stay of execution. Application refused. EDOaA1 v. AnaMssaoa.-No appearance. ilMoiAN v. O'NEILL.--Mr. Gannion observed that Mr. WValslh who was attorney for the plain.ilUf, was ill at Yass, and for that rea-' son he would ask for a postponement of the case: . Case postponed, to the February sit tiungs of the Yass Court. The. undefended cases were next entered upon, its follows: SAusSTRALIAN JoiNT. STooIC-B-ANC .v.: J'AMEsI trrfisoxs-?FPlalitiff sought to recover. £96,. the value of a promissory note made in their ftvoUr by defendant. Mr. Gannon appeared foi the plaintiff's verdict for plaintiff's £87 l5s. 4d. with costs. SLENEUlAN '. CONNOILY.-Settled out of cour...

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