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PROCLAMATION, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

r. PROOLAMATION, By His Ecelleny th Right Honorabl Sir Join? nornl ir jO' SNy xi'd, Baronet, Knight Commandor of "the' M' h:,ost Honoriable Ordor of the Bath, Knight drand Cross of the Most Distinguished Orderr o:':?; f St.'Miohael and St. Georgo, Captain General and Govornor-in-Chiof of the Colony of Now = ' .South Wales, and Vico-Admiral of the samo. S N. pursuanco of the provisions of "Theo Orown S , ° ' i`:.Lands Alienation Act,,1861," I, the Right Honor S able Sir Jonx Youxo, the Governor-in-Ohiof afore . said, with' the advice of the Executiveo Council, do .- hereby declare tliat the Lands indicated in .th ,rSchbedule appended hereto (the sameo being within ' proclaimed Gold-folds) shall be and they are hereby Seoludcd from Conditional Salo under the said Given under my Hand and Seal at Governmnont House, Sydney, this twenty-third day of Do cm ber, hi the' yar of our Lord' onio thousand elgbt hundred aniid sxty-ono and in the twenty-flfth yoarofx Her iJ3osty's Roign. _..(L.s,)...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

Vocrat Untdlitgnrci -POLICE COURT. Assault. Trancis Rowe was convicted of the above offence, on Saturday,: the 28th ultimo, and fined 20/. in default:three days'. imprisun meat. Unlawfully on Premises.     Daniel Levy was on Thursday last, charged by Owen Byrne, postmaster at Bungendore, with being on his premises with an unlawful intention. The case was postponed for fur- ther hearing until next day, when the prisoner was convicted and sentenced to be bound him- self in £20, and two sureties each in £40, to be of good bebaviour for six months; in de- fault, to go to gaol fur a month. Irorse-sali~.i. - William Martih. out on hail, appeared again before the bench to answer to the above charge preferred against hilm by Archibald Kennedy, and which has been reported "before in these columns. But the bench, after further bear ing; decided on idismiissing the case. Charge of Indecent Language. Alfred Bradbury summoned James O'Neill on a charge of the above natur...

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DREADFUL MURDER ON BOARD THE SHIP SHAH JEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

DREADFUL MUIRDER ON BOARD THE SHIP SHAILl JEHAN. .(From the Empire) Ir'will be recollected that on the arrival of this ship-in:Port'Jackson, about six weeks since, most serious charges were made against Captain Adams, of the murder of more thian one ofhis lusear crow. These charges were investigated, and the captain was acquitted. Charges of disobedience, mutinous conduct, and desertion were also preferred by the captain against about a dozen of the lascars, who on conviction were sent to gaol for a month. Yesterday morning, the vessel being about- to proceed to sea, the nlascars were 'taken on board the Shall Jehan by 'inspector, Coecll, of the water police. When brought: Son board'they all positively refused. to' work, and it is said'uttered threats against the se rang, who had throughout the varlous quar rels taken part with the captain, and by this means it is said, had rendered 'himself oh-" noxious to: the lascar crew. Little or no. notice, however, was taken of their threats,...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. In the Legisliativ Assemnbly, t`. Mr: WVinleyer moved the seconit'd raTdinff'of the 13land Aninuity Bill. :After a? .ilon ddbate the motion was carried on a division of 17 to 4. On.thd motion bff Mr: Forster, 'thl Criminal Law ai?d Practice Amendment Bill- was rend ii third time, passed, and: transmitted to the Legislative Council. .On the motion'of Mr. Holroyd,,the False Pietenies..Law Amendrmient Bill was 'reehd a third' tBi?e, passed;, 'aid trunsmitted to 'the Legislative'Couincil. On the n.otlon .of Mr. Holroyd, tho third reading of the Poison Law Amendment Bill was read a tllird time, pasted;:and: trnsmlt t-ed to theoLegislative Council::-:. .. Mr.. Cowper:laid on .the table the return .In reference to the. Coomna electoral .roll. . M?r. Leary movd4 tlihat the merits anrd ccia racter of 'the bridge invented by Mir Vooenb be referred to the select committee nowsitfing oh Mr.: Bell's system of. railway locomotion, which-was carried on a divisiolo of 19 to 4. : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

S iis:.. UTCHISON OPPOSITE TIu WSL"YA~.' ? ' Ar?rEL S QUEANSEYAN. r'' meord y elzry d;scgj lfitended o ,A Tributei;to the Memory of 'Bk Burke and Wills. TT` contikns ' '('RTriA TS "'' -JOBU RKEWIL, I ;S; ana KING;'and a i Graphic~ ,Illustration of the. BURIAL. ~OF5 BtIRKE in the Wilderness'; also, Thd' F??f o thoExpldorrs (complote) by IIENNY. NDKicxar; Thio Explorer' Gravo, by SIIRIDAN.MOORe? E Bodgraphlchl S?li'cheabof 'Burlio~'nd TWills. The. Expcditl?n,'its ,Origin. &c., .&'.: ?rice One Shlll/ng .To be ohd of dMr. J. J. WJVnuT, Sfoorekleper; Qubhfih an;ahd'all other &ttist of-AIAKER'S.4LMANACS. t f lcf:.,r . k ' The Drugs Chemicals; ant Phkrma", :.;, lceiutical Preparationsv ;.,, . SYDNEY, , ,; .- t ?, a, E .purchksed- fi'om the most A_-imnonrt rb]don HIousce;, and arodnly of the i?ery~flst quality. .) ":i'ii i d :; "-." ,Cuuntr residqnts . forwarding Family Orders, may rely on tholeimnniediate despitch and secure package;::: ?; , -i',.; i ' `ESIA7TEJ" ST...

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COLONIAL SHADOWS. No. 4. THE DETECTIVE OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

COLONIAL SHADOWS. BY OCULUS NO. 4. THE DETECTIVE OFFICER HE is a ubiquitous animal. You may see him in close confab with dingy dirty-looking men in sly dark corners of Sydney city; or he may be found sitting opposite to, and, mixing legs with, a defaulting clerk, in an Adelaide Cafe. You can hear him indulging in unmis takable slang with gentlemen who have un gratefully withdrawn themselves from the fostering care of the authorities on the "other   side," and who he is anxious to reinstate in their former honourable positions as pensioners of the Crown - in a restricted sense; or you may see him, if you are admissible, sur rounded by law and legislation, holding a confidential conversation with the people's premier.   He is on the look out everywhere. Even in church the Detective has his eye to busi ness; for none knows better than he, that there are such things as sabbath "lays," or, that the sonorous tones of reverend teachers can as well tickle the tympa...

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CORPORAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT.   OF all the humbugs of the pre- sent day, and their name is le- gion, there is none more disgus- ting than that maudlin philan- thropy which would persuade us that all punishment should be abolished in our schools. Per- sons will tell us. that if you can- not get an influence over a boy by kindness, you can do nothing with him by cruelty - the more you thrash him the harder he gets, and so on - that you should rule with the rod of love, and not with a rod of iron. Such persons would be pleased to see that the second master of Ely Grammar-school had been fined for "assaulting a scholar by beat- ing him with a cane," and even intimate that the sudden death of the father, which took place shoritly after, was caused there- by. Nor are we stating an ex- treme case. We see advertisements occa- sionally in which occur in large letters : "No corporal punish- ments," as though to pander to the maudlin feelings of' that large   class of the publ...

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SOUTHERN GOLD-FIELDS. Proclaimed in 'Government Gazette,' June 21, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 January 1862

SOUTHERN GOLDFIELDS. Proclaimed in 'Government Gazette,' June 21, 1860. 1. Kiandra--The Crown lands within the basin of the Snowy River (Eucumbene), from the crossing place immediately east of Denison to its head: and of the Murrumbidgee River, from below the conflu- ence of Gangangar Creek, to its source. 2. Crackenback--The Crown lands within half a mile of the Crackenback River, from its source to 5 miles below that source. 3. Delegate--The Crown lands within the Water shed of the Delegate and Little Plain Rivers, from their confluence upwards, to the boundary dividing the colonies of New South Wales and Victoria. Proclaimed in 'Government Gazette,' 11th June, 1861 4. The Gulph--The Crown lands within half a mile of the Gulph Creek, from its source to its con- fluence with the Tuross River. Proclaimed in ' Government Gazette,' 2nd February 1853, and 2nd August, 1859.   6. Araluen, Major's Creek, and Bell's Creek-The Crown lands within one mile of the Moruya River to ...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

T'E5sDAr, JANUARY 7. In the Legirlative Assembly, Mr. Cowper rose and. said, that.:ho would! takc the opportunity .of stating to the -ousec, iwhat _his views were with reference to the business on the paper. The object of' tlo Goversimentwa?as to prorogue Parlaihiicnt onr Tuesdiy .i?t. T'The Police:Bill"and the Land Titles; and Transfer Bills could be proceeded with, and tho Approlrintion Bill,.passed on Thursday. TlTheymight have a short sitting, on Saturday, and sit a few hours on Tuesday morning thatt thde Parlianient may be prio-' rogued on Tuesday afternoon. MIr.'Forster 'did not npprovo of thb Latid Bills being passed" this seii?lon.. . " :: lIr. Lucas moved that the petition relative to tbe extension of the Great Southern line of Railway; the petition frod~i Robert Stowart,' in reference to thel late riot at Lambing Flat : also: the petition from certain- bankers and nierchants dt :Lambing PFlat, in.'refereices to. the petition from Robe?t Stewart,.bo printed. 'Mr. Dalgleish ...

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Parliamentary. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

MONDAY, JAxUNLY,6.. Is the Legislative Assembly, ,. Several orders of the day were postponed, iandl the louse iaosolved itself 1initoa commitee of snupply.: % .The following items:were: agreed to *ithout reduction, viz., £4027.fgr ,salaries ;and:con tingencies for Law Officers of the Crown:I £8037 for the salaries and contingencies of tii Su'premib and Circuit Consits; '£732'for salit ries and contingencies:for the Sheriff's depart maontt on the item, of, £?505 being; proposed forthe Insolvent Court, a reduction of. £50 was made in the sala y of the firat clerk, and the sum of £1455 as' passed, 'aftei' many divisions to reduce the aniount still further. ' The sum of £20,251 was nextiproposed for salaries ahd' contingencies of; th:.e District Courts. .. o trave : Mr. Sadlier moved lthnt tie item for tratel ling expenses of the Juldges be reduced by £450, which was carried; : '.' Mr. Cowper then proposed the item of £8928 for the salaries a.nd contingencies for Coroners. Mr. I-Hart mo...

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General Intelligence. THE GREAT CRICKET MATCHES. THE INTERCOLONIAL MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

THE GREAT CRICKET--MATCHES. THE INTERCOLOMIALbATCH B3etween New South Wale and Victoria com menced at Melbourncon Thurpday, -last, and terminated ou flie folloiiing day: in favour of the Victorians, ,who went first. to, the ,wicket and scored 182. J .' : : The New SouthWales-- eleven -then com menced their innings by sending Capt. Ward . and Park to the wickets, and concluded their first innings with a scobe of 76-. Within half an hour they commenced tl'eir second inlnigs and at sli o'clock, the stimps were drabwn, the' score being fivo wickets for 51 runs. ; ;-":

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HATCHING YOUNG OSTRICHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

HATCHITNG 'OUNG OSTRICOHES. Simon the French occupatioi? of Algeria ostriclhes have 'beeii con veyed. thence to France in, great numbers'; -but, until 'the 'instance no? ! to be recorded, a brood had ,iever been'produced in France. It is very: difficult, under the necessary restraint of 'a: zoological garden, to supply the- necerary conditions for bringing about this result.., The at tempt had been, frequently made to 'do so iii the Zoological Gardens of Maiseilles, but as frequently failed. 'Even last year, notwithstanding the care devoted to the ostriches in that 'establishment, and though 'eggs .wroe laid in plenty, no younig os 'triches could be hatched. The di 'rector, M. Suquet, however, was not to be foiled. 'Failing to' accomplish what lie desired in the gardens, he bethought' himself of trying what could: be done out of them. In the territoiy of Montredon he selected a sandy plain, situated between the sea and.the mountains which form the south-east of the Gulf of Mar seill...

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NEW ZEALAND. INDICATIONS OF A RENEWAL OF HOSTILITIES.—MOVEMENTS OF THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

NEW LEAMJLAND. INDICATIONS OF A RENEW.ALOF HOSTILITIES. -MOVEMENTS OF TiLE TROOPS. By the Crishnna, Captain. Morris, .we. have thirteen days later from Auckland, her dates being to the 20th ultimo. The. Southern Cross, of that data reports' tlhe visit of his Exeeliency. Sir. George Grey to the Waikaitos as follows :-The Governor .returned from Waikaito on Wednesday even ing. The native;meeting it; Kohanga had .come off, but we are not yet.in a position to put our renders, tit possession of, the. details of the'biusi.ies',ti~ansacted there; TIho pper Liver~natives wke'e not,,epresented, and al though a friendly feelings was .shown by those present and his Excellency was well received, as we -anticipated, affairs remain much in statu quo. At t'the same time action has been'determindd on;, iind it was in' brders yesterday for a portion of the troops to pro cccd; is'soon as'jobsible, oh 'n road-malking expetlition in the directioni of.Maungatiaivhiri. The different detachlin~dits, inclh...

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GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

GI.N:INDERRA.. (From our own Corre pondent.) • :: TEsTr MoNI r;.-A, ceremony, ofr- a very . . pleasing chnracter took place here on Mdnday last. 'The 'Gininderwa Cricket Club presented their Captaii,' Williazn Davis, Esq.; with a btt, as a'sliglit token ' of their respect and esteem. The bat, neatly enclosed in a blue silk cover, was presented, t together with an" address from the members, on the evening of the&day iilreidjy mentioned. On the back bof.the testimonial is a silver plate beariig the follow'ing inscription: " Presented-by the .n.umbers.. of...the... Gininderra Cricket to Wnm.-DviS. Esq'., thl ir Captairi." ':' ' ,'"' .. 'In' reply$ to the address, Mr. Daviss expressed lilmself satisfit?d vith the con duct of, the Gininderra Eleen uponi all occasions, and was happy tosay tbihat , they .were .respected wlherever: tiley'_.-j ,The engraying is.done in'a ve ry. net?. and chaste style, and is tho workman-A? slhip :of H. Hancock, engraver ands watchmaker, recently of Q...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

THURSDAY; JANUAn Y. 16TH, 1862. PERnIAPS, since the pdlmiest clays .of ancientý Greece and' -Rome, when athletic and aitagonistic, games al most usurped the place of legitimate' business, has no age been'so remark able for a universaliand ethusiastic love of a popular pastime, as' the present.- 'Cricket, the national game of the periodi in y'hich we live, os sesses elements?which i t X'once com 'mend it to the attention and study of all our youthli ;, nd th one e?x yeption, the celebrated foot-races of classic.:,days, c 1xels1, all.,; other exerciscs for innocence and" health ful ricreation ; while its disciplinary: peculiarities develop those powers of mind and habits . of body, .which, must be 'of: .the :g eatest utility in the ordinary .callincgs of, life.i : .It spills no life-blood, as did the Roman gladiators' mortal combats; it tortures no'- dumb 'brute, '.s dcid the bull-baiting;, and siminilar 'prc tices, of later ages; it rislks no life and limb`, while sufferings scarcely...

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Later European News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

_-Later European News. BY the Norfolkl-we have European. iiewslto the 28th October.., Hungary; and Poland are still in creasing in revolt. General'Lambert has left Warsaw. The :Marquis Wiolopolski has ten dered his resignation. It is said that General Abramowitsch has been appointed military governor of Po land. Severalmoembers of the com mittee which conductedl the funeral of the Archbishop of Warsaw were arrested, including two-priests.' A bloody encounter had .talen ilace in Hungary. The Cardinal Primate has deli vered a speech refraining from or .dering Comitat to co-operate in"the levy :of recruits for the. Austrian army, and promising that the Em perbr sliall ,come to Budda to dispel fears of the Hungarians touching .the Constitution: .o,. ,It is announced :that the. Sultan will visit Paris. London Consols, 93. They were done at 931 until the Board'of Trade returns were issued. These returns show considerable falling off in ex ports, especially to America. Domestic items unimp...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. * festrday's tletgrams to Goutbu?r papers.) T'Tuesday night. There appears'to be no official n'oe?s of the declaration of war. All appears to be more conjecture, ' founded on theo circumstance of the American .war-steamer having boarded the 'British' mhill steamer: and captured the confederates.' ': The Victorians have won the later-colbnial match, withal0 wickets to'go down - Griffiths, the All England cricketer, has played, single-handed, oeleven of tho Beech worth .men I He knocked them all out for one runi'vwhilo he gotflvo I l1.i Mr. 'Haywnrd Lever ias been appointed sherif's officer for Qucanboyan vice William O'Neill, resigned. It-is reported in' the Boiathurst papers- that Piesloy, the bushranger who shot the Donyons, has.sinre been hhqt ,, , A lhunlerstonm burtl over s Sydneyr on Sat urday night last, the lightiing st iking tiwo constables who'e ero on duty at Chekatoo.Is land, one of iwhom,: named Finn, is since dead.: The. bthdr, Campbell, lis; likel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

BANK OF NEW--ZEALAND. Incorporated by Act of the General A sscmblyb. CAPITAL ? -£500,'00. HEAD OFFICE AUO AND. DIRECTORS': James Williamson, Esq., President. John Logan Campbell, Esq; The Hon.LThomas Henderson. M:G,A;- A. James O'Neill, Esq., M.G,A. : -. : George B. Owen, Esq. Thomas Russell; Esq., IM.G.A. Charles J. Taylor, Esq. M.G.A. AUDITORS i S;'Bs owning,, Esq., & W.. . Daldy, Esq. , GEN; MANAGER & INSPECTOR: Alex. Kennedy, Esq. AGENCIES: : THE UNITED KINGDOM? The Orkintal Bank Corporation in London, and their various Agencies in. England,,i ; Ireland, and Scotlad. . VIOTORIA The .Oriental Baink Cobrp~ration7 at 'eel-' bourne, and their' various' Branches in? 'Victoria. NEW SOUTH WALES--L The Oriental "Bank Corporation at Sydney, ' and their various Branches inNew South - Wales..,. INDIA & CI-IHINA- : :' The various TBranches and Agencies of "the Orienital Bank Corporation, at Bombay' Calcutta SMadras Ceylo , IHongkong " Shanilghai Singapore M: auritius...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

Qacarb rya l Amateur Cricket Ciub. A GENERAL MEETING of the . lembers of tho above will be held at Mrs. BAINETT'S, Queanbeyan Inn, at half past eight o'clock, THIS EVENING, when all members.are requested to attend. :IL T. LMUSTON,I-Ion. Sec. ANTED, by` a respectable S Engilsh person, a situation as COOK mr LAUNDRtESS, apply at the olflce of this paper after Monday next.

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IMPOUNDINGS. AT GUNDAROO.— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 January 1862

IMIPOUNDINOS. . AT ' UDAtO Browvn mnre. off fore foot white, like IIPT off shoulder, otor, 9 ecck, ri9 nfLur elulelCr.. W. AXILECK, Pouoakeper.

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