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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
BANAK OF NEW ZEALANDa Incorporated by Act. of the General Assembly. CAPITAL: £500,000. HEAD OFFICE: AUCKLAND. DIRECTORS: James Williamson, Esq., President.' John Logan Campbell, Esq. The Hon. Thomas Henderson. M.G.A. James O'Neill,sq., .G,A. George B. Owen, Esq. Thomas Russell, Esq.: M.G.A. Charles a. Taylor, Esq., 7(.G.A. AUDITORS' S. Browning, Esq., &W. Daldy, Esq. GEN. MANAGER & INSPECTOR: Alex. Kennedy, Esq. AGENCIES: THE UNITED KINGDOM-=" The Oriental Bank Corporation in London, and their variolts.Agenciesa in England, Ircland, and Scotland. VICTORIA The: Oriental Bank Corp'ration at Mel bourne, and their various -Branches in Victoria. NEW SOUTH WALES The Oriental Bank Corporation at Sydney, 'and their various Branches ii New South JWales. I'?DIA & CHINA The various Branches and Agencies of the Oriental Bank Corporation, at Bombay . Calcutta Madras Ceylon Hongckong Shanghai Singapore Mfauritius T IE Bank of New Zealand offers great facilities to the Merc...
QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
QUEAN2EYAN POET OFFICE. ARRIVALS. From SYDNEY (via Bungendore),-Monday, Thursday Saturday at Eleven a.m. (via Gundaroo),-Wednrsday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From COOMA,-Monday, Weduceday, and Saturday, at Eight anm. Fromi LANYON, Wednesday and Saturdayat Eight.ain. &lt; :*]EPAItTURES. To SYDNEY ( Bungbdure),-Mionday, Wedneaday, and Saturday, at Nine n.m. (via Onndaroa),-Sunday and Thursday, at Sit in. a r Tu COOMA,-Mondny. vI risday, and Saturday, at Naon To CANYON,-suuday and rhursdty, at Three p.m. G. SOAItES, Postmuater.
COTTON CULTURE IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
COTTON CULTURE IN EGYPT. I THE. follo3viig are extracts Trom 0 a communication which.- was ad dressed to the Viceoy, of Egypt a by Mr. G. ':, Iiaywioc, .seore tary of the .Cqtton.. Supply, As sociation, during his stay in that country :-" In every district I C visited immense tracts of counti:y lie entirely uncultivated, or the cultivation is so indifferentdas to., require only ai veiy nimoderate. application. of caipital, cmnibined t with better supervision to render them capable of producing ac supply of ucttun adequiate to the t wants of the chief markets of C Europe. 1 have noted, also, 4 that a very much larger extent a of land is under cultivation this v year than during any period since cotton has been cultivated i in Egypt.: Thc ppearlnce of t the crops is, fot the most part, 1 healthy and highly promising. One of the finest fields, upwards of 400 acres in extent, through t which I. ass fo, iorming a par r tion of. the estate of .Mithal'ef r (in the' province of Rhoda), s ap...
The Golden Age. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2ND, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
ti THunsDAY, JANUARY 2ND, 1862. THE;year; of grace; 1861; is now numbered amongst- the things of the past. Its'traiisactions live only in` our memories; and in calling from the treasuries of memory its principa. l events, we arrive at the conclusion that 18G1 was no com mon epoch. Nor is any year, how ever 4commnonplac& its 'cliaper of accidents, however tame.its history, strictly speaking,uniinportant. Each year, and even, each transient day, is to some one a time to be remem 'bered,"either'for sorrow or for joy. On the nioteb'ook 'of mr any an un known traveller along the v'te of tine aare jottings of the greatest moment to lhim who set them down, ignorant though. the bulk of his follow travellers be of their nature or existence. Many 'a falso step made- many a golden opportunity slighted-has resulted in the irro coverable ruin of thousands,.or his settled in obscurity those who, but for their error or neglect, would have risen to position and power and many a one who has ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
Our Quarterly Accoun !; will this wecek 1, rendered to t/U who are in our debt, ind we trust that they will be regardedl~s a. token haict we are in need pf what they aroe,-a fact we are not destrous of iidinng. Paytiees wose accounts' are of long _ ;sta did e sill cease 'to hare their sent aftei t7he present quarter, be sued for The recove'y of oiur
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
IMPOUNDINGQS: rts undermentioned Stock are advertised its the 'Govern. ,eni Gasetl,' as cing1 ,aota fIpouinded in the pubtlieoudds onder v'drh they are severally specifeed: ,At GUNNING. Light bay mare, atar, back points, switch taild ES near ouloddqr, 3 years old, 141 hands high. Ilack mare, whits down face, R' or itR near shoulder, 5 years old, 15 hands high. Brown or black horse, small star and soip,. hind feet whitc, Et or, Eli off shoulder, ii years old, Ill hands W. Runs, Poundkcrper. LE oeaYvI Roso I ao alwayst an early rises?. 1appy.the man who is. Everyrmorn ing day comes to him with a Virgin's love, full of bloom, and purity, and freshness. The youthiol nature is contagious, like the glad neos of a happy'child. I doubt if any nian can he called old, 5n longasl he lsan early riser, and an early walker., And oh, youth take amy word for it-youthb iddressing gown and slippors, dawdhing ovo lbreakfiast at noon, l, a very *deorepid hastly imoage of that yoslthb who sees them suni...
Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Jan. 2. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
O.o1iifr2i1rud l-'1nte11a iigeuee 1" `GCILDE. Ant" Of ice, Jan 2. SltTe Prices qtuoed bSlint lhare reference only to transac. losn. between thAprodscer aid ferat purchaser. QUEANTI3EAN MARKET. Finur, per ton, fine £20; seconds, £10; rationas,.18.,, * whtu'atper buiselac, . t.to00 -Itran, altt .:. 1 3S to 0 00 Msaie di to 7 0 to 0 0 tarley ditto .... 4 0 to 4 0 Oats, ditto . 0 0 to 0 0 Butter (sadt)y' a 0to 0 0 I Bacon, ... 0 6 to n 7 Cheese ... U 6 to 0_7 -,Eggs, ..."1 0 to 1 it Potitoe;, per wt.. ; s- : Fat Cattle. 51. 10s. to 71. 10s.; Calves, I1. 15s, 0er bead. Stieept Its: to 20s., per head; Pigs, Gd. per pound ltides, Se G. to 6e. aick Sheepakins, 4id. to Gd.ib.. Tallow, per ton, 2a. to 502., for good samples. . . Carriage, per tqa, Sdney to Quean eyvt, 81. O0s; to 101. ,cQueanbeyan to tosnato, 3i.-10s.'to 41. " QUOTATIONS AT TIfE MVILLS. aFine floar, 201. Seconds, t0! Wheat ; ... Gs. Cd. 'Rtionstt , 181, pier tam,~_ - ZDoltrd -.is1. Cd.. 'Bran'' Is. 3d., Gi ndinag:: f.", Is. C...
THE REV. FATHER BERMINGHAM AT ROME.—YASS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
THE REV. FATHER BERMINGIHAM AT ROME.-YASS; MISSION. From the Yhas Courier. By the last overlarid mail, Dr. Morgan O'Connor received intelligence, which willij very gratifying to the Catholics of this, dis trict, of the reception: of" the: Rev. Father P. Bermingham by his ,Holiness the;Pope, du ring hisyisitato the Eternal City. Cardinal Biarnobe, the Prefect at the Propaganda; had, with his Holiiess, taken deep Interestin the progress of -the Yass Mission. Previous to Frather Bermingham's ,interview 'with that eminent ecclesiastic, the Cardinal had received a copy of the pamphleton. the mission, and had made himself thoroughly acquainted with all the details of the operations that have been going on, and, freely conversed with the Rev. Father. Bermingham on the subject.: The following letter from the rev. gentle man, ".to the Catholics of the Yass Ecolesias tical District has been forwarded to Dr. Mor gan O'Connro, and by him bandedto us with a request for pulblication:= T0 THrm CAT...
Parliamentary. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
-0-.. MonDAY, DEcfMfBER 2i3 Is the Legislative Assembly, . Mr. Cowper moved that. the House, at its rising, adjournuntil' threejo'cloclk on Monday next, which was carried. . , ai' Mr. Cowper laid on the table a letler on the Queensland border customs, and also tbe report of the RevW.W Scott, on the Sydney Observatory; " On the motion of Mr. Cowper, the House went into committee for the consideration of the Council's amendments on the Sale of Li quors Licensing Bill. After going through the amendments pro-, posed, the chairman left the chair,'&lt;ind re ported to'the House that the committee agreed to some, and disagreed to others of the amentd tilts. The report was adopted. On the mnotion of Mr. Cowper, the, House went into committee for the further consider-. atlio of the rolice Regulation Bill. " Tliey vcommenced at clause 21, and after. considerable discubsion, clauses 1, 22, 23, 24, and 26 were gone through and on a division. being called on ant aneoidment in clause 28, ...
English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
* O1,igish (JstpacTt. Tho 100-pounder Armstrong gun has again - been s'ubjected to n most extraordinary test the select committee having; had the gun charged many times with l4lbs. of powder, and a bolt weighing 1000hibs. The bolt was. so enorimous that it stood out nearly two feet from the muzzle. This is carrying matteis'to" an unnecessary length, the former tests ehae= ing proved that the gum was Incapable of be ing burst undet any pressure which, when in practical use, it would be called upon to bear. An elopement in high life is affording gossip to the Pitrisinus. The lady is said to be the - wife of a statesman holding high ofeice, and. cellhntow'n ini English society. Lord ])isct'e, whilst recently shooting in a Invernesshire, shot himself accidentally in the hand. Two men assaulted a woman, at Norwich, and failing-to accomplish violation, throw hniie into a loilliig sa1t pian. 'Sh'e got but aind pre-~ sented lierself at *tle bridowell in a shocking condition, and subsequentl...
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. ~.. (Festerday's telegrarms to Goudlttu. ppers.) 1e the Assembly yesterday the House was engaged with the Estimates. The total vote for the - Boards of- Education passed was £66,000. To-day the House was counted out, and to-morrow being New Year's day, there will again be no House. The news from the Lachlan continues to be favourable. A Mr. Herbert B. Way, of Ipswich, blew his brains out with his volunteer's rifle, a few days ago-cause, love and jealousy. The cricket match between the picked Syd ney eleven, and their eighteen competitors, hag resulted in favor of the former by seven runs. A Mr. Croft, of Newcastle, has blown his brains out A man nutned Peter Angus, was crushed to death yesterday, beneath a boiler at Russell's foundry.
AN OLD GUINNESS-HILL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
AN OLD GUINNESS-IIILL STORY. AT the present mcment, when the Guinness-Hill case is exciting so much tistonishment and conjecture, it. occurs to us, says The Queen, that the m6st striking details of a case which astounded the British world a hundred and twenty years ago, and the particulars of which in many material lioints bear a surprising re sel lance~ to some of the chief facts brought light the other day, cannot but prove highly interesting to our readers. The hero cf our tale is no less a person than the Might Hou ourable 'James Annesley, Earl of Anglesey and Baron Althain. How he was treated by his father and father's brother, and what belel him both in Ireland and abroad, are fully narrated in the report of the great trial-which took place in the Irish Court of Exchequer in No vember, 1743, and in "The Memoirs of an unfortunate young Nobleman, returned from a Thirteen Years' Slavery in America, where lie had been sent by the wicked contrivances of his cruel Uncle." From these...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
e £3 Reward, TOLEN or. Sti'ayedcfiomn hBung endure, on on the night of thq 20th of' Novehuberi, a light Chesnuet Florse, branded SR's(Si reversed); oil' shoulder, small white strea kon forehead. 'heo jabove ;reward will ,ho paid on conviction, and '1 if st"ayed, on' delivery to the Lock-up Keeper, ]3ungendoro.e WATT'S WORM LOZENGES ['HE symptoms 6f tlip presence c of Worms are, paleness of. countenance, and at' othcr times unusual liuishing of'the flice; itlhing of thoni6se, startiig mid grinding of the teeth; iln leop,rthe appetite sometinms bad, amid idiitliertimcsquiteaoiacious, loose ness~of the. li6Wcl ggreat~tlmihist,tgripinghor colic pains, involuntary, discharge ,of salva,. estiecially whin aslecp, frequent pains mt tie side;m with a dry coughl and unequail pmi.e, palpitation. of the. heart, drosaless, :cold sweats, palsy, epiloptio itis,-di unadcountable train'of nervous sym ptons, convulsions, and oftentimes.dcath, tscl G. The elilcacy of this lozenge, (,s'thousanda tI' Bi...
YOUR BROOKS' CREEK CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
YOURI BRO'OKfS GREEK'iCORJIIcSPON1 'DEKORi. . ... 'TO TIL EDITOR o l.TflE oohnr'J AGO. 'q/Jlte eendarpo Bututta lt imrovemnent So" ciety appears bminehotw or other to leave incus rdc the wrath of your correspondent at Brooks' (or a, he delights to spell it "Brooale'a") Oreek. For getting, or being ignorant' of the fact, that th province of a newspaper corresipondent is to fur. nish facts andfacts atone-not sneers, not eocca 'o 1a or philosophical reflecti fW--heis ninny dropping some ill-natured remarke about thiseenei society. Surely he, does not icuagine it can do any:harmn Surely he does not suppose'that the e 'rts' a fen men are making to improve themseles twill end is their knowing less than they do at pc esent l Thoiu efforts nvay be too hupabie to excite the ademiratioe of the mighty philosoplcer-the great histruetor-o his kcindd-iwho ewrites to youe Brooks' Cr.f. Oe/e course he can gain no accession to the east tfore; of superhumncan /knoiwledye owhich he alraco pos seeses-o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
91i HE Pro rietor has'pleasume in announcing tl 'N IrJ that, iin additioit to his previous extensive and varied ti 5 t assortment of NEW & IMPROVED PRINTING .MATERIALS, He has recently received, direct from different Foundries and Establishments in Great Britain, several founts of LARGE TYPE, SUITABLE FOR ?.o tit nail P 1uillbills, of anu Linflm icrin , Also, in addition to his series of C r.':r~ ;'r.r:n r.-t.ý ' 'r.n .!1K ýf' Adapted for the more chaste and elegant kinds of Printing. This Office is therefore now beyond dispute one of the most complete in the colony, whereby the Proprietor is prepared to execute orders which,. in point of workmanship and moderation in charges, cannot full to afford the fullest satisfaction. N.B.-A GREAT REDUCTION has just been made in the scale of charges for every style of Printing, which can he turnarded to any part of the colony, at a merely nominal rate of postage; availing himself of this advantage, the Proprietor is able successfullyq ...
THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. From Saturday's Bell's Life in Victoria we n quote the' foll'wingI programme ot arrange ments for the lplaying of the Eleven :-Janu r airy the lst, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, will be devoted r to the openin'g game on the Melbourne ground. Oii the 0th they will `start for flechwaiurth, where they 'meet twenty-two occupying the 9th, 10th, and 11th. This' match: will be played about the time of the Intercolonial match., Returning from Becchworth :they I will be enabled to play, the United Ieoenis of' Victoria and New South Wales on th'1 1th, 17th, 'anid 18th of'January. On the 20th 21st and 22nd they will play' twenty-two at iGee long.. By this arrangement, should they be desirous, our ,visltors frota Sydney, will have an opportunity of witnessing the English players opposed to Victorians. On the 23rd they will dejart for Sydney, whereat the end of the month, and the Ist of February they will play twenty-two of New South jWales. The tollowing is froma the Goidlburn Iler...
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
EPITOMKE OF NEWS. (From our Contemporaries.) A terrible accident has occurred near Red I fern, whereby a bricklayer was buried alive, i and thus killed without an instant warning. s Deceased Was'laying bricsi around a; newly ' sunkwell,. thirty feet deep,. in: a 'loose: sandy soil which suddenly gave way, covering, the r unfortunate man beneath fifteen feet of, sand.. Hg ivas only'extricated after being ten hours buried. Seine important changes will shortly take place ii the militar' at present stationed in Sydney' rA-beautiful model of the Great Eastern has been constructed by a Mr. Spencer.of Sydney 6 'who intends sending it to the London Ehii rbitioni The death'of Miss Mary Provost, aip ac tressiwell andefavourably knbwn upon the Australian stage, is announced in private let tars from London. A boat accident occurred on Sunday week, offt Cockatoo Island, by which three men were drowned. The eleven representatives: of New 9outli Wales. at the forthcoming great cricket match played...
Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. Before the Police Magistrate and Andrew Cunningham, Esq., J.P., Threatening Language. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 January 1862
5ocal gtelli gnc. -a POLICE COURT. TIIURBDAY. Before the Police Magistrate and Andrew Cunningham, Esq., J.P., Tlireatening Language. George White for making use of threatening language to his employer, H. Iall Esq., was ordered to find sure ties to keep the peacefor six months in default of finding sureties t.o;.be impri soned for 14 days. There were two or three other cases on the sheet, of refusing to pay wages, and assault, but they were either, with drawn or no appearance. FiuCtr. Before the P.M., and J. S. Wright, Esq., J.P. Brutal Assault. John Carleton, a worthy well-known to the Queanbeyan Bench, was brought up in custody charged with having, on the night of the 24th December, as saislted one Margaret Walker, at Bung endore. The evidence taken disclosed a most cowardly, unmanly, and brutal assault ; the prosecutrix's appearance bearing ample proof of the sufferings she had to endure at the hands of a cruel wretch,-the unfortunato woman's head, neck, chest, and arms, being on...