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

ICTORIA FIRE an4 MA S(Established in Melbourne 1849.) , SYDNEY. BRANCH,- Pitt-street, opposite t: he Empire Office. Accniuated aid Inves Cpi a , £00,000. A. B. SMITH, Esq., Chairman. EDWARD WYLD, Esq. U. Mf. SMITH;, Resident Secretary. .CTOR SPECIAL FEATURES. AMPLE SECURITY, MODRATE CO ATES OF PREMIUM, and the LIBERAL "AD JUSTMENT 'and PROMPT SETTLE Insirances promptly effected, on application to SYD'EY ABRAHD.:AM LEVYCORS. A. B. SMITHEsq. Ch-. :Agent..: DUNTROON WINDILL.LD, Esq. -H.-s pleaure-in _ElL a~nnouncing that the above. Mill has just . SMI Residen put into thorough S C-EAM P LE S EC U RIT Y , M O D E RA T E R A T E S ,:.OF Pworking order, and that he is now prepared to turn JUSTET out Flour in any quanti Forms of ties, and upon the short-. est notice.. Flour ex chnged for wheat, if required, iin quantity and quality such as shall afford the utmost satisfaction. ./0. . [A AD. gent.' DUHANTROLD M. - DAYIS,:: : All Acations for Surveys of everill desciis'just ton prorptly attn...

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

1/'; 1 C. Dla , Nr I E , 13?ll 28, 1861. £VE' 'c-erogative of extending mercy B:co t)f, guilty is :.wisely :entrusted to kini.s. Without it' the majesty of ,ti r:,; sovereigns would, unlike the ;I.l4ai-TY on High, become inexora ble. : th'e case of those whom the Jaw h'e s given over to the stern de manlds oft justice,., there sometimes &arise seasons why the full' pen "alty -;tached to its infringement s,'hiobuld rnot .be exacted. Circum sti;ani-h which neither judge nor jury s:"aw at the giving of the verdict and the ph sing of :the, :sentence, may iteirw' rds .:unfold themselves,, and t; I . t, palliate the offence; and in uclch iistances 'the exercise of the royal .,rerogative' comes' timelily to tiho aicd of the condemned. But like e:very ;thei good thing entrusted to :the ch[stody.,of: erring man, this sacred c, deposit is liable to abuse. Kings andviceroys. are but men eln, '1 like passions with ourselves; :apt to, be biassed; to be actuated by wrong inotives, and eve...

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

WEDNESDAY. The Court resumed at 10 a.m. In the Australinn Joint Stock Bank vu?the following defendantsa : W. Robinson, balance promissory note, £10; Robert Masters, ditto. D £15; John 'Bromhbam;. ditto £20; 'fHenry . Bailey, ditto £20; John Cartwright,' ditto, £20, verdicts were given by consent forplain- 1 tiffs with costs in each case £4 19s. 4d.-' W•IIrTTAKER v. BRUCE : Suit for £105. cash I paid, money lent, goods sold and delivered, detinue. Mr. Gannon for plaintiff, Mr. Scri venor for the defence. Mr. Gannon said that this case was of a very unpleasant character, being quite a family affair, and he would prefer that, with His Honor's consent it should be referred to arbitration. His Honor consented, and the plaintiff chose Mr. Edmund Walsh, the defendant, Mifr-P:"'M'Alister as arbitrators, to whom all matter of dispute should be referred with power to. appoint an umpire.' Each party to. pay his own costs... CASEY v. DAHUIODY.-Suit for £21.balance of promissory note, and goods ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE.   Sir,--Permit me to direct your attention, and through your columns the attention of the public, to an instance of injustice, coupled with oppres- sion, which requires a check at once. It is notorious that a certain butcher of this town, is now, and has been for a long time past, daily feeding a flock of about 700 sheep upon our limited commonage and upon the private pur- chased lands surrounding the township, while I believe he owns a run of his own only a few miles distant. But, of course, he has an eye to business; and if he can only manage through the spring to feed his flock by cadging from his neighbours, his own run will come in handy when other people's grass is gone. It is a wonder to me that the whole flock has   not been impounded before this for trespass, and an equal wonder that the police have not laid an information against the man for a breach of the Town Police Act.   I have heard several peopl...

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THE NEW MAGISTRATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 28 November 1861

THE NEW MAGISTRATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--I see among the new appointments to the Commission of the Peace, that Quean- beyan has not been forgotten; this is as it should be; for the want of a few additional magistrates, has been long felt by the in-   habitants of the district,--and two better selections for seats on the Bench than Mr. William McCarthy and Mr. J. J. Wright could hardly have been made, as these gen- tlemen not only possess the necessary quali- fications for the due performance of their onerous duties; but they likewise are happy in having the confidence of the people,--a most essential point in a magistrate,--with- out which judicial decisions can never be satisfactory to the general public. The choice of the Government has therefore been most happy, and deserves the thanks of the inhabitanits. It is true, Mr. McCarthy is a young man, but I am not aware that in his case that can be an objection, for he has shown more pru- ence, discreti...

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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 — 28 November 1861

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. Sir,--Observing in the "Goulburn Chronicle,"     of the 16th instant, a letter signed "Cricketer,"   in which he suggests the bringing into the southern districts, the English eleven, permit me to offer a few remarks thereupon. I fully agree with "Cricketer " as to the de- sirability of getting the great eleven up to Goul- burn, and I am sure every other cricketer in the four counties will do so likewise; and for my part I can see no difficulty in the way. Money must be subscribed, and those who benefit the most by the transaction should be the largest subscri-   bers; and I am sure that as the game would be played in Goulburn, and its publicans, store- keepers, and tradesmen, would reap the benefit of the immense influx of visitors which would be sure to ...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers) Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

ILATEST COLONIAL. NEWS. (: : 'eterday's t*elegrams to Goutlburn papcr.) Tuesday night.?. YESTIR?DAY four men, in broad daylight atteinpted with firearnms to rob the Par rairnatta-street Brl;nch of the Bank of New South Wales. They were disturbed. and fled. Oinelihas been app-rehended. Spicer: has beiif conimitted fi- triil;'::' 'The cattle disease is spieaiding rapidly in the southern, part of the cotunty, of Cumbeiind. SUnfavourable a cco6nts:. from the Lnchlan diggingsi which: are, however, coriflicting and doubtfull: IB.E convict Johnson was executed 'at Guulbu ri on Tuesday morning,, accor ding to sentence. H?is execution, while other ciiiinrials equally guilty have been reprieved,, is exciting considerable indig nation in the public mind.: Mark IGallagher, of Gi'abben Giillen, shot ,his wife. in -the face on Tuesdity morning, at. North,Yass./ .The wound, isi not likely. to,be fatal. .' 1 he .cause. was jealousy.- Gallaigher then':twice filiedat himself, but without effect.: Hew...

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CONFESSION OF A MURDER TEN YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

'OONFESSION OF AA MURDER S '-::TEN _YEARS .AGO. ID.iia ~ tGhe month -of August, 1851,"a girl named Sarah Watts was murdered .at the: Woodlands, near Fr?ome. -,It" will be remembered that :whenher fatheirreturned home from market hie-found the deceased in the 'dairy, the house having been ran `sicked." Subsequent examination sli?oed that the girl had been out riaged'andi drowned in a milk-pail. Three men, named.Maggs, Sparrow, and "?rome Bob," were committed on the capital charge, but they were acquitted.:" , - T .. ._. A young man onamed Joseph Seer, who lived near the- Woodlands, was also suspjictel; bu~ishortly after the murder he: left the neighbourhood,] and enlisted 'in the army. Within the last few days hlie has returned to: Frome, being iinvalided.": 'On'i Tuies day morning he went to the policei station in order to get his remittance form filled up, and .whilst there he made a voluntary confession that he; was guilty of the crime of murder ing Sarah Watts.. .,At the .conclus...

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BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. (F,om our own sCorrespondent.) SiNcE I last-wriote you;,- e have dlone- little else but repniringtheho~damage done by the late floods. - We were;jiust-beginning to ,un earth; the lireciouis mietal again, when the rain con?mniinced afresh:i;.tlrained heavy, all last night, and still continues: to come clown. ,:As a body we have no ifotion of. retiring from; the field. I am under the impression that our diggings will:' suirprise the natives" yet. 1 see you have had a busy time of it in town this week in the law. line:i . By your last issue I ,see, too, that the folks of Gundaroo are .very energetic with 'their mntual:improve mebnt class.' ?Liist night (Friday) a very intieoistifig debate' was; to: come loff; I have not heard whether it:'ilas concluded or not but I should imagine not, as the subject must be very hai d': to decide. The class will no doubt be a great blessing to the neighbour-. hood, as it will bring out a -great portion of the talent now lying,do...

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Gems from Poets. IN REMEMBRANCE OF JOSEPH STURGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

* IN REMEMBRANCEOFi JOSEPH STURGE. . = The following is extrdacted fromii "Home Ballads and Poems,", a volume: recently pub lished by John Greenleaf Whittier,. an Ame-. rican poet, well kniown in thisi country : For him no minister's 'chat of the immortals IRcse from the lips of'ih ;s No mitred' Priest swang back the heavenly portals .. To let the white soul in. But- age aund? Sickness framed their tearful ;.faces I In the low hovel s door, ".And prayers went up from all the dark by .C ; ; iplaces, . SAnd shelters of'the polor:.I : NotbisF the golden 's or lip's persuasion, But'a fine sense of right, And truth's directness,?imeeting each occasion Straight as a line.of light. The very gentlest. of: all human natures - He joined to courage strong,. . And love oiit-reachingl unto all God's creatures' With sturdy 'hate of wrong. Men failed, betrayed.him, but his zeal seemed nourished By failuio 'and by fall, Still a large faith in human mind he cherished, And in God's.love for all. Aind...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

'IMPOUN1)INGS. The tnderaentioned Stock are advertised in the 'Govern ment l ?lette! as being neow impounded in the pribliepounds nader which th ey are senerally specified: At COLLECTO,- Red and white strnwhbrry workinr poley bull :off ear slit, illegible brand off ribs, whip marked, five yenra old. S. CnoWTria, Poundkeoper. At QUEANBEYAN, I ny colt,, with IH over,and Ct under near shoulder,. TAs conjoined (w?iting capitals) near saddlo; iron-grey filly, q; or 9 near. shoulder; Black nmnr, K over 5. ot shoulder; bay, horse, like L off shoulde. ,

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. r: Gininderii correspondence is crowded d sout ialso is the letter from Gandaroo, signed Tinu SECRETARY. -The latter wVill be I;n good time next week.

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

'THURSDAY, DEC?,3IE R 5, 1861. THE recent debate on the Police Regulati6dn Bill has pretty fully brouglit out the : opinionsi of .mem bers onithis: very important measure; and if .their views may be taken as an inidexof the public mind on the subjecti;these,; cupled with the re sults o6f their division on. the ques tion, afford amnple' evidence as to the favotirkable receiption this measure is obtaiininig at the liands of' the 'peo p Jle2. That fresh legislation on this subjec·t-is required fewv will deny; as the .present-police law has'repeat .' edly sh?eown its inefficiency, while the power it gives to benches of magis trates over the constabulary is liable to abuse: of various kinds. Who, that knowss anything of the working of the existing police system, under the absolute cointrol, as it i is, of the :magisteriil benches, is n'ot ready to enidorse th'e stateinents: of sundry honorable.: members,. tod the effect that itiis totally- unable to grapple with crime in its niore. serio...

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O. B. EBSWORTH'S PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

:O. B. EBSWORTH'S PRODUCE REPORT. WooL.---There is no actual improvemonttdo notice in. •this msrkets und: growcrs shlugu more will to meet the rates offered, and the appeariance of buyers to some con Eldmerble extent, both Trivately and it auction; has caused ,a better and more spirited demnind for good 'clean fleece trools, free: from.seed; and also' tie. better description of scoured wools.' Greasy wool,is in excess of the demandc and mustt h quoted a shiade eiisier. !:-t SHn1ErPsxiNs.--Fellmongers have given gond prices' for skins light, cound, and free but in heavy and seedy skins' there is n1o improvcment. STLLOW;--Shippers will not operate at the rates lately obtainable, tnd the trade will only purchase for- their inmr mediate ynnts at rather easier rates. Uesls:--The present demand is confined to parcels flt for: shipment, and, if guaranteed 'weights. and cure,.are worthi 15s:' to 16s. for best heavy ;but the'market for station and inferior lots is very dull, and i likely, to...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Dec. 5. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

Sornire iLcial ttlit te. nq _ -o' " GOLDEN AoE" Office, Dec."5. - The Prices quoted below have reference only to trannsa; lions beween .the producer and first purchaser. M E QUEANBE AN MALRKET, Flour, per ton, 1fne '20; seconds, e19; rations, £18. Theat, per bushel, ;, .. .8 0 to .0 0 Bran, ditto .. . : ..o 0 o. ..'. O to "0" 0 Mdze, dtto ? 0 to 0 Bnarley, dittbo 0. 4 0"0 to"4 r 6 Oats, ditto , 0s.":..: h..? . : : 6; I0 to 0 :u 0 S Hay, pci.ton, ...: ,. 41. to-. 6 . Butter, (salt) 0 t6o 0_.,, IBacono 0 . 6 e to 0' -7 Cheese ,0 -to O :7 Eggs, 1.:.. '. 0 to 1 6 , ,' Potn toes, per cwt; .. .. ," 6' Fat Cattle; 6: 10s. to 71. 10s.; Calves, ll..15:, ier head; Q UOTATIONS .T THIE MILLS. Fine flour. 201., Seconds, 191. Wheat ... . 6s O d Rations; 181. per ton Pollard ... d. d Dfrn i * .ls..8d. GrOiiding... . s.i Old

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

, P pT.,?TRO-.PNEUMONIA. . , - :ting cattle disease appear not . .... ~., pread fitr and wide through the . , .y.,ny bl?'tthreatenis to exteiid its , .. ghonuj our own. It will be seen A il·.nepltary report .that, the. Legis ... ithe i?loiy 'are endeavouring to deal * ct,=--if'tey know how; :hnd it is . hoped that soinething will 'be t .i: ter in or out of the House to ..-, it, progress. T: he following extracts' n, .: ges will give some idea ,of its .·: . : , .;. tal effects.- A.t ! FISý PREAD or PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. - Ah ' ::n? public and private sources we .r .; pIlelro-pneumonia is spreading at an alarming rate in the Ovens district, as well as on the other- side of the 'Murray. Cattle are dying and being destroyed by their owners near Beechworth, and the commissioners: are. inquired for'; but of course no one knows how. even a letter is to reach; them. :Cases. are; brought before the magistrates by the police, and these, of course, break down. A number of cattle are ill in. differ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

6 iTO TE. EDITOIR OF THE GOLDEN AGE.;t? Sir, Ifully agree ithk "nd Old nhabitane," in his letter, to ou in last Thu rsduy s :issue, on the apjpointincntof lcessrs. Wright and A:N' Carthy 'to the magistricy' as, t consider it a stepl :ithe right., direction.. The: magistracy has ,been gquite long. enough vested in the i"'squatocracy,". or, r ather. "mock aristocracy," of the country, who have taken advantage of theirposition to treat all but their, own particular clique with disdain and contempt.:, The Cowper government are evidentlyalive to this old abuse, and have slhein so lately-:by crea tihg commercial ien ert agistrates in many latces, -for instance, Sydney, Maitland, Goulburn, Qucanbeyan, Couma, and other townships,' in the interior more particularly, - men: of capital, talents, and inicgrity, who command the esteem and respect of their fellow townsmen, and waho have qualifications equal ana even superior for the Bench, than many a one whose only recommnnienda tion has been a ...

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

TUESDAY, NovExnzit 26. . IN the.Legislativye Assembly, Mr. Egan presented petitions, in favour of the introduction of salmon into the rivers of the eastern coast. Mr. Hoskins postponed to Tuesday next, his motion for leave to introduce- a bill to abolish the duty on gold. Mr. Windeyer moved a preliminary reso lution towards conferring an annuity on :William Bland.' The hon. menilmber' spoke warmly of the patriotic services rendered by Dr. Bland, when it was'more dangerdus than at present. to hold liberal opinions, and ex. ,patiated 'onthe duty of i'ewarding minenwhose' names were an honour to the country. Dr. Lang seconded the motion, which was. carried without further discussion. Motions by Mr. Gray, for leave to introduce bills to abolish capital punishment and to amend the Main. oads Act, respectively, were postponed to that day, fortnight. Mr. Cummings moved that the House will, on Friday next, go into committee, for the purpose of having the sum of £250,000 placed on the supple...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

FIDAY, NOVEMDER1 20. In the Legislative Assembly. The Speaker reported to the House that be bad received the ,Isolvenoy La Amendme-dr Bill from the Council withlan amendrtent;.,'` In. reply to a? question, the Government said that police protection would be afforded at Jingerra as soon as possible. 14r. Dickson presented a petition in "favour of the Nb'othern tramway. Mr.: Windeyer, moved that the- Speaker leave the chair, and the House resolve _itself into committee, to' consider the expediency of introducing a bill-to grant" an annuity to Dr. Bland. - . The.Hoiuse, after a warm 'discussion, divi ded, and the question was carried by 25 to 15. The House then went into committee, and the resolution was put, and carried lby; 23 to 16.... . - After a short discussion7on" apoint of'order, Mr. Windeyer moved that an address be pre sented to his Excellency,.: communicating the foregoing resolutions, which was agireed to. On the motion of Mr. Cummings, the' House went into committee for th...

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

-THURSDAY, j NOVEMBER 28. In the-Legislative Council,;. In reply to: i~-'question' froj 'Mi.: Holden; Mr.:Robertson said that no despatch had been received reJative totle swaniping of the Le gislative Council.: i '! . ';;. , iDr. Macfarlane,moved the second ro~diH; of, the Medical.Bill; which hfter scnie d;? cussion, was agreed towithou ra'divizsion. On the motion of Mr. Hargrave, the In solvency Lawsr Amendmeni Bill was read n third time and passed?;i' : The House adjourned at forty-seven min utespast five until fouir o'clock onWedn4tusyl following. SIn the Legislative Assembly;, SMr.? COwvpermoved, that it be an instructini to the standing ,orders -committee to inquire into, and to report to the -House, upon the expediency of introducing a bill to define the privileges of the House. He. coisideri'i it necessary that they should definevwhat i privileges were. The motion carried-ayes, 27;;- noes, 7. The' Speaker annouinced that lhe had received messages from the .Legislative'Council...

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