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

,: - . --- -- . x,, ri:The GOLDENAGE, - QUEANliEYAN, AND 'TIONARO :-DISTRICTS i ADVERTIsER, *TS PUBLISHED every Thir seDAY' nihrneing? I at: the Office;. Manonro-strect, Qnueanbreyan; and for.: ' wardlcd by that day's Mails to 'ill parts of the Colon y.,.. ". - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, s. . ; on Credit, 6s. 6. per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance, £1. Single. , T' Qtarters lerminlat o the l 31stDecenobern,3 l itlael , . 80th .Tune, and 80th Septenber,. at twhlic periodi ontrj ca> Subscribers decline by giving, nolice, and payi.lngtheamotml artw, A due to the endcrl of the lcurrent tuarter.o ?Wr tSi S csl bo. r can be received atany time, and charged fromnslthe laCte of their comtnenceme?nt. . . TEMS POF ADVERTISING Two lines or less of space. (Single : .: ,Colum n).................................. 1 0 Four lines..........................~.. 2 ' iu lines .................................. 26 Eight lines, or one inch ;.......... 3 O Every additional inch, i". 6Bd each inse...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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A PICTURE OF THE NORTHERN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

A PICTURE OF THE NORTH-: ERN ARMY:. There ;was a review of Geaeral -Mc Dowell's division by Genea1f',Cleoel lanu atttlieothei" side of the-Potomac, on the 27th ftAuignst:' I ile dover in the.. afternoon, -and found the troolis'd'avh ipf in the mieadovs ex tending fro oii the river towards the tete~de-po?.. : he' sentries on ithe? Long-bridge examined the ::passes closely: One effect "of the recent orders in relation t6 passes has beeii to diminish the number of people' on, the bridge and on the.roads to the camp very .much; but " there , are great quantities of carts and? wag-. gons on the move, and it loks as?if the -:ithorities were' dete-,mined. -there'should be no.?ant of transport." No army in the world has finer horses than those which have: been 'collected .by the activity and ,effoits of the Quartermaster-general, 1VMeigs'; Prince Napoleon was mucl struck. with their superiority. 'The carts are almnost equally good and nluner-' ous. Tiieee caii be no want of hiorses for, the...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, November 26. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, November 20.. Charles Brown and Joseph Ingram were charged with assaulting James M'Giath. The latter was disbharged'; : the' former cohvicted" andifined £2 with 5/6 costs. FRIDAY. Furious Riding.. James Wilson apprehended on the previous 'day for furious riding through 'the public streets, was fined £2... Drunkenness. Warren Kerr and Henry Page for drunk-'c enness were flncd, 'the formeir' 5/, ini defaiult two hours' imprisonment, and oirdered to leave the town ; the latter 6/. •SATURDAY. Absconding from hired service. Emanuel Cooper, a shepheid in' the dem =ploy of Mr. Rutledge, was' charged' with absconding from' his hired service,- and upon .conviction, was sentenced to. two: months'.in Goulburn gaol. This prisoner was' escorted' to his destination yesterday miorning.,, MONDAY 'Drunkenness. Warren Kerr was again brought up on. his old charger, and, sentenced to twenty .four, hours' imprisonment. This prisoner.i was, :cautioned, that. his next offence woul...

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English Extracts. A WELSH GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

-0-- s(Pron our files.) A WELSIE GOLD MINE. THE Sa iday eview-gives an ac count of.:a :little ,California which hes beei opened'u :ip in North W?ales, ;iitfar from tlie 'half : way house, between Dolgelly and Barti-th: 'The entrance to'the mine feis jaclied by; a beautiful and by. no meas , arduous: walk; and; the. miihe 'itself Amay be ex plorecd to 'its- further' point 'by caieful scraiblii and the light of a miner?'s :icandle. O f the uccess ::?f tli:'e~t ieprise' there appears to ordinary observation, to be no room:for:'doubt. A. vein bf quartz; several feet" in 'thick ness, displays then signs so iwell kno?hn to the Calliforniain m1iner of its pregnancy--with the pre cious ? etal iSitor- .3to' this mine may,see, .or ;fancy they see, real gold gleamiing on .the sides and' roof,"of the !tunnel in which' the~y 6 rope,: ::T :qiiartz :is' de tached by : blasting, and :then jcai'tdct ;the ii:mll' i;hbldcks of about ,tle size:intended to repair a road. The next 'stepis to break it up....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

T HE REV.:H, 'H. GAUD,'of :Yass SL-L- ill:(D.v.) conduct Divine Service uin, the Wesleyan Chapel, Queanbeyan, on Sunday: next, at II o'clock, a.m., and 7, p.m., :TO LETS ITN the 'early part ':of the eiisiin'g - year, a neat i'tur-roo0med ."veranidah Cot 0 '- . rage, .withidetached .Kitchen, and .? I " Store, Stables, Yards, ar texcellent darden, well-stocked with. fruit-trees, &c. : w, 0 NEILL. ' SDODSWORTH ,ImLLS. Q.ETTLERS and Others can have, their: kJ:. Wheat; ground on the lowest terms;' r have Flour in, exchange: JOHN MACKENZIE Pro Mrs CAPT. FAUNcE. SCARPET' 'BAG, the 'iro' perty of IThoiasPYriest; iii tlhe enmloy' of G. Campbell, Esqc, !of Duntitoon, having: been lost near, the Dairy Station; oh the:.12th. ;instant, thisis,togive notice that ,any.' person returning the aame. with its contents;? wh'ether opened: orinot shliall 'receive' a reward. of. T'o Pounds, on applicntioit?to .-T. PRIEST, ?Mason,: Dintroon, or to GEoiiGE aHuT,, Queanbeyan. 27th November, 1861. £5....

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

Z. Or ... 02 " roe ; 0,4 thee di Terms hS . e QUEANBEYAN AGENCY.?! VICTORIA FIRE an&d MKl -RINE , INSURANCE: COMPANY? (Establis ed in Melboune' 1849.) SYDNEY BRANCH'-Pitt-strect, opposite .the Empire O fflce: ' Accumulated and Invested Capital, d£200;000 2sYmDEE BoAr'inOP Diucrons .1 A. B. SMITH, Esq., Chairman. EDWARD WYLD, lEsq. , M.; SMITH, Resident Secretary. AMPLE SECURITY, MODERATE RATES OF PRUEIMIUM, and the LIBERAL'AD JUS'TMENT and PROMPT ~ ETTLE MENT OF CLAIMS. A Fo(ims of application ' ay be obtained, and Snsurances promp·tly effected, on application to ABRAHAM. LEVY,• ? S.DUNTROON WINDIMILL - JOHN GREGORY A.B... . .AS pleasure in: -J??. H " ,announcing that" Sthe above' :Mill has just been put iStoH thoiourgh r Sworking order,. :and that She is now prepared to tuirn. out Flour in any quanti £ ties, and upon thIe sihortD 2 est notice.; Flour ex anged for wheat, if?equirTd, in quantity and quality such as shall :affoid the utmost satisfaction. ' MA NTOFD.] CLAM G- n...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

BIRTH. At her residence, Burwood, Parramatta- road, on the 21st instant, Mrs. J. Lane, of a daughter.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

WEDNESDAY, NoVirxEEa. 27:. In th?:iLegislative Council, Leave of" ibsence.for one month was gi a, id to Mr. M'Artbur and Mr. E. Deas Thol nim. Mr. Hargrave moved the second readi, o:" the Sale' of Liquors Licensing Bill, hbic~ was agreed to. The second reading of the Property .~:? and Trustees Bill was moved by Mr. I- ur.. grave, and carried. Mr. -Hargrave moved the adoption of rh, report of the committee upon the. Insolve~e Laws Amendment Bill, which was passed. The Lands Titles: Declaration' Bill, the Lands Transfer and Registry Bill, and the Public Bridges Toll Bill, were severally read a third time, and ordered' to be transmitted to the Assembly. The House adjourned at ,half-past six till four o'clock next day. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Weekes obtained: leave to bring ini a bill to reduce the duty on tobacco one shil ling per lb. A message was, received: from -his Excel lency' Intimating that the Chinese Bill andL the Gold-fields Bill had- received' the Royal" assent. Mr....

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MYSTERIOUS MURDER NEAR GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

MYSTERIOUS MURDER NEAR   GLASGOW.     On Thursday evening the 5th Sep tember, Mr. William Simpson, coal mas ter Lark-hall, Lanarkshire, a young man of high respectability, and possessed of the most promising abilities, is supposed to have been murdered near the village of Motherwell.     Mr. Wilson had procceeded to Ardrie on Thursday, for the purpose of drawing some money from the bank, in order to pay his men at the colliery (which he does once a month), pay day being Saturday. When he left Airdrie he had in his possession £138 in notes, be sides some silver money and a gold watch. When Mr Simpson had walked as far as Motherwell, he went to Mr. Clarke's, Motherwell Inn, where he par took of a simple refreshment. Rain   having by this time begun to fall, he   ordered a conveyance to take him home; but as the weather soon became fair he coutermanded his order, and resolved to prosecute the rem...

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COLONIAL SHADOWS. No. 8. THE GRUMBLER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

COLONIAL SHADOWS. BY OCULUS.   No. 8. THE GRUMBLER. DIOGENES was a grumbler of the first class, there can be no doubt of that, only in his day a grumbler was called a cynic, and a cynic a philosopher. But then, Diogenes was grum bling his way to distinction, was making a character for himself; and it was something, let me tell you, to sit in a tub and grumble at a king for getting between him and the sun, even though the King did poke a little fun at him, and lead him to believe that he was quite an Alexander in his way. There are varieties of Grumblers, as of every other class. Smith, grumbles because having nothing to do and a tolerable income, he is becoming a perfect Daniel Lambert; Brown, because nothing can save the country while Port Jackson is without a score or two of batteries and a naval brigade; Jones, be cause his commission in the coal business has suffered a decline since the strike. Of those "d--- colliers ;" Robinson, the gene   ral growler...

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

GUNDAROO. From a correspondent.   ON Friday evening last, at the usual weekly meeting of our Improvement Society the debate " whether married or single life was the happier" was discussed. Through the absence of Mr. Tighe, Mr. A. Affleck agreed   to open on his behalf provided Mr. Forbes changed sides which was agreed to, Mr. Af- fleck now opened in favour of single life, and Mr. Forbes in the negative, and after a very animated discussion the Chairman put it to the meeting, when the votes are found to be equal, and the married side carried the day by the casting vote of the Chairman (Mr. Patrick Forbes). The following gentlemen : Messrs. Styles, Beales, and Affleck, presented the society with twenty two vols. of books as the commencement of the library, other members have promised more and in a short   time, what we receive from friends and mem- bers together will enable us soon to have a   good library.   &nb...

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 December 1861

EPITOME OF NEWS. -   (From our Contemporaries) Telegrams from Bathurst give glowing and fabulous accounts of the Lachlan gold-fields, which are corroborated by following extract from a private letter, dated Bathurst, Nov. 26th :-- Croker has just told me that the accounts from the Lachlan are truly wonder ful--it bids fair to realise Fairyland. He has heard that Ede, an old copper miner up here, went across from Lambing Flat and sunk a mile or more from the old lead, has hit upon it, leaving all the country, open in between. 'The fellows are not washing their stuff, only pick ing out the nuggets which are as thick as plums in a pudding. I telegraphed to you yesterday that news had come down not so satisfactory that the lead was lost. Whe ther it was so or not--and I believe there was ground for the report--they have hit it again." The Clarence brought down a sample of gold obtained near Hood's station, at the Peak Down, about 220 miles from Rockhampton. It is very fine ...

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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 — 5 December 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,--In your District Court report you omitted   a case which above all others I think might have found space in your columns. I allude to that in which Mr. E. Walsh applied for the body of Thomas Beatty, on the non-satisfaction of an     execution granted some time previously for some £28. The Judge being about to issue a warrant for his apprehension, the plaintiff stated, that sooner than see an old man dragged to jail, he would forego £10 of the amount, if the rest was   paid. This was agreed to. Now I...

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O. B. EBSWORTH'S PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

0. 1. E133WORTIWS PRODiU EE'RPUO' C .... . Wool:..--Thue. bulk 'of the wools tlita' :waek ie'eeu frot'tht: Southern awd Western dtstrfct i and those wools; .whlch ehitc'n iriMpro1:. wi~th, and trea fromu oeda hzwa foud bevae *' t'r i t,.iuut' - Ito :ll·* P ..Ii 'w· E1 *S~i rnr I~ coa : inrn Itt' . iii. rntiftI tll rlua* Ping; atnd touched b'- L~t·r. bItvt: bcfll n)CrICt~l . ftnni lrt itnpvu'a rcit can 's, Ujtnd l It hr m It i#a Ptiu u1sb1 '1k' 'n that Iat ,I;crtciljed l t .2troit~ Y*.P-fl;rs III: C lit been t;, ll Jy 1 filrr: i., iaa mtiinttwiu itt,:ir v; rte '!h Aid.+. i.+tr.-.Th' : aaut h:; mvy a provamrukca noted, St 't4iirt t Iti t;'nii. h-.>c auj'''"' oid adn:io'. ,;t toi re frn.:l tit tgltirrt+."to tr tint ii tat tt~d it) t ou r 1t il liulr, : piv Ii u't,.ri4e, -i ,kILIM ,or (lttratiwn k;tr 14,,11C v?' pnd, Itltyoý.--'>lytt iuln. i t'irr '.3te 'ft'' u'tpp ip' p't:.is cr ii e:ts! It :`". `'1qr tPtaw u'iutl

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Gems from Poets. FAITH AND HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

FAITH AND) 10Pk1. J:A swallow in the spring ame to our granary, and 'neath the.eaves Essay'd to make her nest, and there"did bring. Wet earth, and straw, and leaves. Day after day she toil'd With patient art; but, ere her 'work was crown'd, Some sad mishap the tiny fabric spoil'd, And dash'd it to the ground. She found the ruin wrought; {Yet not cast down, forth from her place she. flew, And with her mate fresh earth and grasses brought, And built her nest anew. But sicarcely had she placed ihe lastsoft feather on its ample floor, 4When wicked bands, or chance, again laid` waste, : :: And wrought the ruin o'er.: But still her heart she kept; Aundtoil'd again; and, last night hearin calls, I look'd and lo? three little swallows. slept WI;Vithin the earth-made walls. What trust is here, O man ! -Iath Hope been smitten in its early dawn ? WIave clouds o'ercast :thy purpose, trust, or. . ?.....Ha'e faith, and strugglo' on!

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

TnUISDAt, DECEMBLa 5. In the Legislative Council, Dr. McFailane presented a petition in flavour of the Medical Bill. The petition presented by him (on the same subject) the previous day, was ordered to be printed. Mr. Robertson laid upon the table a des patch from Messrs Parkes and Dailey. The document was ordered to be printed. Mr. Hargrave moved the second ieadlng of the Legislative Council Bill. He contended for the adoption of the elective principle, in the construction of an Upper House, seeing they could not adopt the hereditary part which alone could give stability to a nominated chamber. It could exercise its proper fune? 'tion-a check upon hasty legislation when it had the confidence of the country, which it :could only possess by being elective. A message from the Governor stated that the Royal assent had been given to the Wagga Wagga Bridge Company's Bill was received. _.,Mr, Mereweather moved an amendmentoin Mr. Hargraves motion, that the Legislative Council Bill be refe...

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

- rE'.?ERDAY, DEcEMIBER 4. i, i:, .L_.,.dslative Assembly, Asm Cvi ;; oer: gave .notice that to-day be ?'~c!id ??orer , that during the present session, ;l adit;mn :to, the usual sitting days, the iU.l = s~e t 'for the despatch of business on .-,~ ; wm).,, aid:that on such days Government :er:,-ni 'hll.take precedence. Irt r?.??o qu'estions, the Government said -TL' at;. Government had guaranteed 30s. per, head- for all"cattle destroyed over two years of. age, and 10s for all under that age, being, affected with that disease known as pleu o-pneumonia. The .House :then went into committee of supply-i.he supplementary estimates for1861 were disposed of, except the loans for rail ways. 'After several attempts to postpone these items, Mr. Wilson moved that a point of order which has arisen, should be referred to the Speaker; on the House resuming for tbse purpose; it was found there was not a quorum, and the Speaker adjourned at a quarter past two o'clock a.m., till three i o'clock p.nm...

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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 — 12 December 1861

:1tt.9 TO Ull'AIITnO rWe do not identify ourselves with: theopinions expressed under this.head, nor are we in anywise aiiswerable for' the samp.nt:3 TO TE, EDITOR' OF:ýTrIE GOLDEN AGE; DEAR SIR-!Allow m to inform. yor Brooke Creek correspondent that heis unltera very wrong: impression when .he says he "fears iherr.ai jarring" amongst the members of .:the "MWutui t Improvement Society" qf this place. 'NHo w he could have gathered thatfrom the" .Local papers' I am at a loss to conceive, having myself seen nothing of that nature reported ;by :any? of them. But however I can positively assure'hi;ii that from the society's formation up to the resent hour, there has not been one conflicting word, or thought, or feeling manifested by aon of its mem berg ; but on the contrary the utmost uniinimity, peace, and order have prevailed, and the oys desire'of each of them has been to LEARN, and TO TEACH-to IUIPROVE AND DE IMPROVED. . Annd whlen [ tell that correspondent, that we are adding newrt m...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0.: In t egislaitive Assembly, Mr. Windeyer moved the seconid reading of: sthe` Criminal Law Practice Ainendmient ~:Bil, ,which was then read a second tie.. The orders of the day, numbers 2, 8, 4, 6, 7, and 8 were postponed. Mr. Hoskins 'moved that the Vagrancy_. Prevention Bill be discharged froii' the paper. Mr. Cowper moved that the Metropolitan Corporation Bill be 'discharged from'-the paper. :After discussion the question was put, and` on a division, the bill was.dischaiged from tlhepaper, by a majority of 25 to 12: The Speaker announced that the Governor-. in-Chief, had transmitted a message to the. IHouse for their considerattion, for. a sum of money for the'extension of railway lines.fo the: Western and Northern districts, and £800 as an annuity to Dr. Bland; -Mr. Cowper then moved that thoe bill:be discharged from the paper. : Other bills were postponed and discharged. On the motion of Mr. Windeyer, the House went into committee for the consideration of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

A SHDOWN & Co.'s Great.e laring-out' Salh 'Previous tothe erection, in January .next, of New=and' Enlarged Premises, on the site: of those now. occupied. N, OPPORTUNITY :is of ... fered tod'the Piblic ofupuchasirig goods of. superior quiality, at 6etremelyol fprices. :BATHS.Pillar shower: baths.:. complete, from £5 10s.; Hand ditto, from 8/6 ; Sponge . "'tditto, from 18/.; Hip.and sitz ditto, from S25/.-Slipper ditto from 40/.; Children's ditto :fromi 10/6; Foot . ditto, from 6/6 ; Toilet s'ets,'from 25/.; Portable washstands, from: 25/.; ;Best Turkey sponge, 1/9 per oz. : Also, Lyons' sausage machines, No. 2, 85/. ;. No. 8)45/.; No. 5, 75/. ENAMELLED WARE, consisting of-=:. Saucepans; stewpaus, preserving pans, Spit toons, &c., &c. .Fenders, of various kinds; Copper coal sout-. Stes, from 25/., &c., &c.; &c. .. ; PLATED GOODS, : from Elkir io 'sn?: Dixon & Son's, ·and other be"?sheflield manufactures. .and " . piset.L i:o th A...

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