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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

POST OFFICE.. ° AURIAIVS. F1o 'SYDNEY (ria Bunga'idurc).-Mondny. Thursday 5atunlay, at Etlecn adm. (aia Gundudoa),-Wcdnueddy and Satur ib y, at Inli'-Fiwt Six p.m. Tran oCOOMA .-aoiiday, \Veadzaday, and Saturday, ut 'Prum IJANYON,-Wsciiiitney aimd Sataurday at Eight n.m. c-iP IEPAftruxr::+:-ý. ..,. :..::.., T.· SYDNEY (ala flung..nulure),-NlicuClny, Wednesday, nu, *. amurday, at Nine n.m. (vin Gundmuao).-Nuududzy and Thursday, S~ix, a~in. ' ` .'b CipM1A,- Mnmpday. '1'huredny, and Sniurminy, at Noon To LXN) O'i,-dmundiiY mand tlmmurmday, at''Tree.p.ii.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

TH. URSDAY, DECEAlfBER 'i2, 1861 ?BOTHr from the despatches r'eceived by the -colonial Gbvernment from the E.Eigration Commissioners sent S: g.: the.. purpose of ::dif fi 'cgiorirect, information relating to :the colony, and from the reports which have reached ius through the ie spapers;, we.are cldecidedly of the opiiidn that the results of this Corn iis'sio"in iill:ot be s6o ,beneficial as some: anticipate. The scheme has alreadyibeen condemned as inoppor tune &and pipemature. The principal Ssuibjet .the Commissioners had to lhiy h-efi'e the niotice of the British puibbli-tlhe land question,-not be-: ing at the time of .their departure settled, they could therefore say no thing .defiiite relating thereto, be yoiclitht'." a bill was in the hands of t-he Goverinment,a ld. was expec ted"to pass into law, by. hiQh "agri cult raln1tids of 4)to :X320 acres couildbeselecte1 ini any part of the ~colony "at 20/ peiacie, o/. to be pai'.d dow?i? ,andl 15/. per acre to re mamin on cre...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA ; OR, LUNG DISEASE IN HORNED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

...... PLEURO-.PNEUMONIA ; ORIa 1 mGa DISEASE IN HORNED ?CA'TTLE. P`FromI the Empire. BY the last-mail, a communication -was, received from Londoni in refer enber to an- alleged preventive and' remedy &,:for this frightful disease, -which now threatens to destroy our 'cattle by thousands; and from which we are obligingly Liermitted to make some extracts, The writer notifies the shipment dfor Sydney of a large parcel of Spe cific Remedies, :the' use of- which, it is stated, on the highest authorities, has -in the agricultural districts of the United Kingdom, prevented the further' spread 'of 'this epidemic amongst stock in which it had bro Iken out, or if..not alogether preven ting, abating the :violence of future 'attacks.: It is : further s.tated, that -these remedies have cured eighty out of every hundred 'actual., cases' of iplenuro-pneumonia, aid that i vithout bleeding or: blistering;_ further, that it° has ':not' oi?ly cred the disease, but has put the animal so cured ...

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

IN pursuance of the provisions of the " Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861." I, the Minister for Lands, do here by notify that the following lots of Land will   be offered for sale, by public auction, at the   undermentioned places, at 11 o'clock, on the days specified, at the upset price affixed to - each lot respectively. (Deposit 25 per cent.) JOHN ROBERTSON.   YOUNG, (AT THE POrICE OFFICE,) ON: TITJRSDAY, 19Tru DECEMBER COUNTRY LOTS: t County of Atonteagle;. Parish 'of ,Wamba numba: t- 47. lots, A to z, and AA.to uvu(25 acres 1 3 roads to 277 acres), at and near the 'junction of Wambanumba and Murringo Creeks' with -Crowther Creek, and the junction of the roads from Murringo and Young to Cowra, about 7 miles westerly from the town of Young. (Burrangong,) portions 2 to 48. Price, £1 per acre. See Government Gazette, No. 250.: (=rT THE POLICE OFFICTE, On FRIDAY, "20th DECMBER,' 1861, C-: :: "COUNTRY LOTS. County of ,amdeu, ;aris unniamed. Slo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WHY SHOULD WE BE SAD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

WIIY -SH(OULD WE BE SAD. iWhylshould we'be sad? when the wild flow ;ers are waving .Theiriheadsiwitli a welcome to you and to :When the swifedfowing-river its green banks And th?: ird' sing their 'anthems on every Why should we be sad? when the blue sky is studded ;. : c: With stars, like the gems on the brow of a }When thehills, and the valleys, 'with moon 1' '" light are flooded -.And we gaze with delight on the -heavenly. e: cone. - z Why:should we be. sad ? when all nature is smiling, An'.?d fresh, from the hand of their Maker ". anfGod ?? 'Well gase ..tien'r around us, ouir `cares soon ,beguiling, W:1And bless e'ei with raptuie the chastening , r: .o Y~IOLETTE.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. NEWS FROM THE LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

cF'----- NEWS FROM THE LACHLAN. YESTERDAY, Mr. M. Twentyman, who had just returned from a tour to the Lachlaii dig gings, kindly supplied us with the follsowing information relative to this new gill-Uhil?h Mr.--Twentyman :left Forbestuwn (by which name the new township on the Lachlan dig gings is designated) on yesterday week, and Lambing Flat on Sunday last, bringing news from both those places, down .to the respective dates.' The information thus supplied- by our respected _o>vnsman we can' recommend to our readers'?s of the most authentic cha racter, and miay be safely relied on by. those who contemplate giving these diggings a trial. The reports current iihe papers respecting the astonishing finds of gold, the mean depth of'the sinkings, and the cheapness of the pro visions, are corroborated by-' our .informant; but not so the numbers said to be there -The present population does not exceed 5,000, of whom notiipore than .800 ar'e 'digging: and -finding g.1 ~ -These are distri...

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

F nom.our own, Corresapondent. Tuin following petition iR now going the ,r und o,: this place for signature, 'and has alreadyya good uaniy tiamos attcbd -- :, : 'To His 'icellenicy .-Sir .Johnt Youiig Bart., K.C.B., Governor-in-Chief.of:the Colony of Noew Southli Wales, Capaiin'Geierial and . .ice Admiral of, thesaie. &c&c:. The Petition of the.Iniabitants of. -Gudaroo, Humbly Sheweth to your. Excelleney, That they have snffeleid materiall- for a num ber of years through, the want of a resident Justice of the Puace. : .The nearest Justice of the Peace resides, it Gininderira; a dis tance of. twenty miles, and your petitioners therefore. labour, under great ::disadvantages through having to go so far when a'summons' or warrant he required. The distance. stated above must be travelled before, a summons or warrant can be had, and through that the ends of Justice are often liable to be defeated. Your. petititinneiis therefore request that your Excellency will appoint one...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

16ffyrlit ýnteUl enc. (From our Contemporaries.) JUDGE CALLAGoaA AT BBRAIDWOOD. The Dispatch says:-His ?-ontir, Thomas Calla-' ghan, Esq., arrived in town on Wednesday evening from Molonglo, and the report of the different cases will be found elsewhere. Upon taking his seat upon the Bench on Thursday morning His Honor said that before any cases were gone into, he thought it but right to offer some explanation as to the cause of the delay in his arrival in Braidwood. He ieft Quean beyan on Sunday, and reached Mr. Rutledge's at Molonglo in the evening of the same day ! it then began to rainheavily, and the streams were so 'flooded on Monday and Tuesday that it was impossible for him to proceed; he had made every enquiry, as he had never travelled this part of the country, as to the .best route for him to' follow to reach Braidwood from Queanbeyan, and he .was recommended by all means to conie by Cole's new road, although as he knew at one time many pers ons in Queanbeyan believed it w...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

TUESDAY, DECEaBER 8. In the Legislative Assembly, In reply to questions, the. Government said--That the: Commissioners were only to destroy,' cattle -diseased- or supposed -to be diseased ;-and that thle.Government had ,not. takeii .ýinto consideration- the .subject. oft in Sreiaing the number of members as originally fixed by the llectoral Act. Mr. .Buchanati.moved: a :resolution.ifor thei abolition, of. State-aid to religion, and during. his address was frequently .alled to order :by. the Speaker. ?,"le: persisted in appealing to theIHouse against the ruling of the Speaker, and was supported by- Messrs.. Forster, Pid dington, 'Arnold, Allen, and .]alglish; ..the House supported' the' Speaker's ruling that the.member for Morpeth was out of order: Mr. Cowper said. that ''the Government. would introduce 'a bill fto abolish- State-aid, next sessiohi, he should, howeiver, oppose theb motion before the House;i : i . ?_': :. Di. Wilson could not see the possibility of closing the session...

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

e u te~ ro Itoj AN12 i'f:: . -r. QUEANBEYAN AGENCY.? , I IGCTORIA' :FIRE and - MA INE INSURANCE COMPANY. (Established in Melbourne 1849.) " SYDNEY' RANCH= itat-set opposite; Accumuilated and Investe Capital £200,000: SYDNEY: B ORDn or DIRECTORS'.".:., A. B. SMITHE'sq. Chariman. ' EDWARD WYLD, :Esq. -° C. M.. SMITH,"Resident Secretary. AMPLE SECURITY, MODERAlTE RATES ,OF PREMIUM, and 'the LIBERAL AD JUSTMENT. 'and'-PROMPT; SETTLE MENT OF CLAIMS. ' Forhs of application may be obtained; and Snsurances promptly effected, on application to ABRAHAM LEVY, Agent. DUNTROON WINDMILL. JOHN GREGORY : Hr AS pleasure in IL announcing that °;.-- the aboQve Mi.l-has just'. r ". been put into'.thoiough working order, and that i he is now prepared to turn a out Flour in any quanti= r E ties, and upon the short est notice. Flour exchanged for wheat; if required, in. quantity and quality such as shall' afford the utmost satisfaction. Grinding 1/6:. . bushel. :All Applicationsifor" Surveys of -everydesc...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Festerday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesiday night. AMiurcAN news via San Francisco, six teenhdays later have arrived. Bloodshed and :warnfre. going on, but little damage done.. The Secessionists seem to .keep: thi aseendency. By- the saine source we have one day's lnter English news, whioh how ever are merely mercantile. Oatl'y hns been electedMayor of Syd ney bya majority of one over the pl e sent occcupant. : Ii?tl?he Assembly the House was occu pied-three hours in listening to a speech from Dr. Lung in opppsition to the des patch of the Duke of Newcastle regard hig the separation of the Clarence and -Rielunond districts. 'IHowitt has left Melhourne for Meninu die. "Qng has refused £1000 to exhibit hitmselt in a theatre. The natihe police have killed about sixty blacks sn posed to have been con cerned in the mii der of Mr. WVills and his household. - D" u nT BY Daow~ -O-O. ~' lay last as three little children were playhng together at Naas, they, happ...

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IMPORTANT INVENTION. DAVIES' NEW LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

H"M5,.ý,RTA;INZ? INVENTION. : D?vi s'v:-w' NW LOCOMOTIVEw STEAM C kS?,0? four orifive months since ' Wp. paragraph was copied from one i. :of ?Ballaain;t ;papers i?ito this i' jourhal?: which -set ~J:-o-th that w ;Mesas.snHt li O pie, arncCo of - of'+ tthe Victoria 'Foundry,. Arm- .t strong-streete, Billiiarat, had been -v iniruisited Tby the ¾Governinent .1 withtlhe m?anufacture of' a. trial ii locomin tive 'engiie, which would s prove how fair colonial resources is nii?it .e depencteci upon in this t matter. The statement was made Ii in 'errdi' Tlie firim. 'in: question p was not employed by the Go- d vernment:to -build, a locomotive tI engine,; bit'bby Mr. :Riciard, Jas. t: Davisi a gentleman, who has-been a engineer-in-chief of" the' Balla- ii rat line of. ailaay on behalf of n thie cntractdors almost ever since I the .first iis.od. wvit ::turiied, and I still, continues to hold that ia- e portant~toffice. ,,,Mr. Davies,' who. hadl.previously `been'` engaged in 'v the cinsiructi...

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LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 December 1861

LAMI3ING FLAT.. Fnoxr the rame source as above we learn tlhat the old diggings are nearly deserted. But there has been a rush to a new locanlity about a mile from the' town of Young, where all are said to be getting a fair yield of gold, but the sinking is deep. At the Big Wombat, too, there is a stir. while at the Little Wombat there are' fully 6,000 Chinese at work, and all of them con tent with their earnings. T?hey have, it is said, no intention of going to the Lachlan. RAcl roa £10.---On Saturday last a matchliTr £10 aside, came off on the Quean bevan course, betireen Mr. p. C. Palmer's pony ])on, and at horse of Mr. Herbert's, which resuilted in the. easy victory of the puny.-a' vicfoi'v of 'more than usual honour, as the horse is'said to have been a winner at the Homelbish races. Ar'poAAcn 1NO FESTIVITIES.--Christmas is" coming,-, and active propiirations are being. made fur its observnnce as a:great national holiday. ''he Oddtellows have announced the opening of their hall o...

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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 — 19 December 1861

SIMPOUNDINGS..:' The undermentioned Stock are advertised in the 'Govern menit Gazette,' as being nowuimpounded in the publicpounds under which.they are secrra(ly specified: At BUNGENDORE, Bay mare, black points, star,'like R with 4 over and M under ii a sqUare near shoulder; dark bay colt foal, star, about fourteen days old, unbranded; dark brown in eliied to black yearling filly, white stripe down face, like ' over an illegible brand near shoulder; brown colt, star, little white on off hind fetlock, g over S near shoul der; bay filly, black points, star, pulled tail, white on near hind fetlock. hobble chain on near fore leg, JL near shoulder, CS off shoulder; dark brown inclined to black entire, pulled tail, star, white on fore and off hind fet locks, MG near shoulder. M. J. BXa.NE, Poundkceper.

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Dec. 19. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

SGoLDEN Ar . GE Off ce, )Deo. 19.' 3h The Price. 0s'oted beloso hare referea ony 0to transac. tion? betoe? e the producer an first. p?irchaser. QUEANBIEYAN MARKET. Flour, per ton, f rin £20; seconds e £19, rations :l8:' d d Wheat, per bushel,.... ... ... . 5 6 to Bran, ditto J" 81 to'' Marize ditto - , "0, to0.0 Barley y ditto 4 to 4 0 Oats, ditto ' ;::.T . .. 6 0 to i:. SHay, per ton, .. ..41. to .l.. Butter, (salt) 0 6 to 0 0 I Blacon, ... 6 0 t 7 Cheese, . ... to 0 Egg 1 0 to. o Potatoes, per cwt. . Ssh Fat Cattle, 51. 10s. to 71. 10s.; Calves, 11. 15s, oer head. Shleep? 15s. to 0s., per liead; Pigs, d.'per pounde last Hides, as. ic. to trers each Shep s, 4d.,toOd lb. 'Trllo?, per toul, !81. to p01., for good samples. Carriage, per ton,-S}Tdney to Queusbeyan, 8t. 100. to 10o.. Qucanbeyent to Cooni, 31. I0s. to 41. QU7TATI'ONS AT. THE MILLS., ' Fine flour, 201. Seconds, 191. WheI t d .. bs.cGd* tatIons;, 181. per ton Pollsrd ... ... Is. Gd. Bran ... Is. 3d. Grinding... ... Is. id....

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

TUESDAY,.DEcEMnBER 10. In the Legislative Assembly,. / .In reply tc questions, the Governmen? .t :d -that it was not the intention to keep ?"h; Parliament in session for the .purpose: ?f passing- an Elective Upper House Bill ;-that : it was not the intention of the Government to introduce' an Impounding'Bill this session - that by srnome oversight the appointment of thesecab inspector at M:onaro-had been. omit ted ' =that the'. pleuro-pneumonia commis sioners received fifty shillings per diem, clear: of all expenses, Mr. Bruce. is' allowed -;£200,: Sper annum, and the stockmen 10s. per diem no compensation for cattle destroyed under , the authority of the Governmenthas yetbeen :; paid ;--and that thte subject ofdeclaring thoe. .; Australian :sovereign°. a. legal tender in the United Kingdom was under the considerationi.:::. of;theiImperial auth6rities. , Mr. Buelliinn nimoved' that an address be presented to the .Goveirnor, praying the re "lease of the prisoher Ow'en, one of the Bu....

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BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. (From our own Correspondent.) SIxNc I last wrote to yod, I am happy to say that the diggings have turned out very well, the late floods have been the means of bring to light a large quantity of gold. We have puddling machines at work, which are doing a good stroke. Upon the whole I may say the diggings are quite prosperous. Since the goods we have not done much till within the last few days, but I think nq~ the weather has taken up we shall go a-head, Our neighbours at Gundaroo seem deter mined that their improvement class ihall not die for the want of publicity, as I notice some thing concerning it most of the local journals, and that some one, a member of that class, does not like to hear an essay on "Brotherly love." Perhaps he would like one on- the Fourth Commandment, which our Gundaroo people stand much in need of, if I can judge by the diggers here making Sunday their market day at the stores and piblic-house of Guudaroo. Example goes further tha?. pre...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

`- TO CORRESPONDENTS. .: CO. '.. Charnwood.-In type, but crowded .out. Shall appear next week. yui~t?

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

TfJr SDA .1, DECEMBER 19, 1861. o:m iten placed on. th estimates and passed by the .Asseulily can be con sidered by the people of' the South 6f so much importance as the sum for .RUilway. Extension- toGoulburn. .Onh Friday last, after a stormy op Spsitisn;, the itei wais passed: with :. ouit the slightest ireduction, aind so Sfar ~the main ,difficulty in the way of this ?reat uIldertaikinng is overcome; :; ;for; the wint of the ' almighty dol l?r" is a more powerful obstacle than niiounttains, orvalleys, or floods; whilst beffi er.lispresenice rough places are made. smooth -:aidd 'cr ooked places ::. stiaiglihtivaleys are exckaledl and hills irotughlowt: 1::: :.:If,-: then, " money iiferenbe is'thit it also is the m'otive oi??er to.the'' irion horse. :. Thanks s:<.%to:the Governm'ent, and thanks to .:6:hlitse w`hose votes secured this item; Svm'. y now :hope to see,-at no Very divtai? t day, the completioe i of, that g l?Jgtici undertakingi-,a railway to Go in : ? let us ...

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[?] SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

-'T? ':ii i??rno depariaent. in the • , " ii : Co cllection ;,, the natu . . industrial roddcts- of :' ¾:t .Tale which are t it g . : :+ v : transmis sidit to . Whe l me ou t nal Exhi- < " ii . i 0 ) 2,., :'.; ' will more . ilb " li .'. ,- U,.k' P .-,ogress and i~ ius :r than the Sa c t- ,'I: ' : wines, the '.r .",1i , in all parts i :.. 1 high cha .rc- ,::- . . ,"' t t :.Paris Ex .ii . - t;, he wines y ..:;h -pmions of .the :.. - rnce to the culr.? . ine. The . I" t imi. ." '?ac i i .ie for our -. OW-f . tisý, i. .. A. ,cl. also as a: : :le . ex o. A' i e colony, :i". ? ? re tiI : .,iodý gained '" m? e .,o,'id. ion . from Seithl:r ,,tr S- t.ter r our mer .haE. .t, U!.: , could be nmore opp. ,'e:. tin han the an-. n cu?, .- c?.ac,?' l. it i the ' T l ';.i~. :'Sy ,,: . .:..:on ofI the ° 'x or t ol:t :, ti'arw:k .in relation to, . our ,:.'*n ' w1 ic', were sent t th. , , rt Cjt.hiji.tion-" To LV ;A . .tr . it ir} irierchanfs, ..N."S, a:e - thed Land I u the report on t.,,s ...

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