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Poetry. MY OLD BLACK PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

MY OLD .BLACK PIPE. When tie, sk?li' ofmy life is o'ersbadowed w ith clouds, .. And troubles a'npprocFli me in threatoning crowds . r - . I stand in the gal ;vlieni the tempest is ripe, And find consoition in-=my old black pipe. 'Tis the best of my friends, for no other is To assist me when care o'crshlidow's the sky, And is 'alway;s tlhe sanie, an unchangeable type . Of a friend iwhen you need it-my old black pipe. I: make it no idol'] I worship it not, riGat wbhin dark disappointmentbecomes my: . - : sad lot, And fate all my bright hopes destroys in his' gripe, Oh,; where would my patience be, but for i: y pipe. It rescues me often from gloomy despair; And raises up'visions of hope bright and fhir; ?·From memory's pages it often will wipe, All thought of misfortune-iriy old black pipe.. It consoles'mc in sorrow, it soothes me in care And drires away trouble, like smoke in the air; And this of, true friendship is surely the typea I can 'saiy tlhen, "I love thee--my old black pipe. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

Notice. Our Quarter7y, Accounts are now rendered to those who are in our debt, and we trust that they will be regarded as a token that we are in -need of wloat they owe,-a fact we are not desirous of hiding. .Parties lwhoseo" accounts are of long standing, will cease to have their paper sent after the present quarter, and be sued for the recovery of our claims. .Notice. THE REV.^A. PENNYOUIK, of Braldwood, will hold DIVINE SERVICE on SUNDAY the 26th inst., at the COUR'TI HOUSE, Qucanbeyan, at 11 oclock.in the forenoon, and at the SCHOOL HOUSE,~Canl5crra, at half-past 8 o'clock in the afternoon. Notice. DIVINE .SERVICE will be con .ducted at Mr. WVainright's, near the Stone Huts, :Canberra. Plains, on Sunday next, and every alternate Sunday, at three o'clock p.m. SNotice. A LL persons indebted to the undersigned, whose accounts are of long standing, are respectfully requested .to settle the same at as early a date as possible. EDWIN PLUMMER, .Boot Maker, Gininderra. ,.Notice. A SALE ...

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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

QTEANBEYAN POST OFFICE.' AURI.VA. From SYDNEY (rln Bungendore),r-3Iondsy, Thursday Saturday-at Nin-'a.m. (eia Guuduruo).,-WVdnraday and Satur day, at hnif-past Six p.m. From COOMA,--Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at .? Eight a.m. Prom LANYON,-Y?ednesa?y and Caturday.at Eight am. DEPARTURE§. , :, To SYDNEY (ria Bungendoro),-loadny,\V edneday, and Saturday, at Nioa n.m. , (na Oundaroo),-Sunday and Thiurday, at Five a.m. To COOMA,-3-onday, Thurdlny, and Saturday, at Noon To LANtYON,-Suaday and Thursday, at 'Tlree p.m. G. SOIAltES, Postnmastr.

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Jan. 23. The prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

. laomrautetcial. , SttelligUgen ':e. "- oOLDEN AGE" Office, Jan. 288. SThe 1Prices gioted beloo have reference only to Iransac. tions between the producer andfiral purchmasr. QUEANDE:AN MARKET. Flour, per ton, fine £20; seconds, £10; rations, £18. WheTnt, per bushel, o .. . -, . 6.d to 0 " Bran, ditto.... 1t . . 3 to 0 0 ietie, itto,... ... 7 0 to 0 arley, ditto, .. . 4 0 to 4 6 Oolerloy ditto . CG 1 to 0 0 Iaiy, per ton,.: ..' 41. to 01. * Butter, (salt) 0 6 to 0 0[ Bacon, ... 0 6 to 0 7 Chcc., ... U oto0 7 h. go ... b to 1 I Potatoes, per cat . s. Fat Cattle, Gl. 10s. to 71. 10s. Cnalhe, it. 15s, nor head. Sheep, Its. to t0s., per head; ' Pigs, Od. per pound Hides, is. Od. to Osc 'each ' Sheepakins, 4id. to Gd lb. Tallow, per'ton, 281. to 301., for good samples. Carringe per ton,--Sydne to Qnenlmeyn, 81. 10s. to 101. Quelnbeyaun to Coomau, 8t. 10s. to 41. S QUO3ArITONS AT TH VILILS. Fin flour, 201. Seconds, 101. Whet .. .. 6. Gd. atoens, 181. per tn . Pollard is. td. lBrnn *.. .....

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INDIA. DEATH OF LADY CANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

: IN DIA., DEATH OF LADY CANNING. (From the Englishmnrai, Nov. 19.) It wias with the deepest sorroiw that we had yesterday to announce the 'death'of Lady an' ning, which occcurred at about half-past two o'clock on that morning.. On the day, of her arrival fromn Derjdeling, herladyship. felt symptoms of illness which rapidly developed in juntgle fever, contracted, it Is presumed, in her joiurncy through the malari'iisiswsamlis of Purneab. . Fears were entertained for her safety, but on the Saturday. was some Im provement, and it was.hop.d that the danger was pist.; but on Sunday, a relapse put an end to all' hope, : and yesterday morning the sad event occurred, which will cause sorrow throughout India, where no lady:has ever secured a deeper respect for her high charac. ter, or a stronger, personal regard than that Inspired by hei' graceful urbanity and amiable disposition. IIer Excellency Charlotte Stuart, Countess Canning, was the eldest danugh'ter'of Charles, Lord Stuart. de Roths...

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Foreign News. CHINA. OVERTHROW OF THE COUNCIL OF REGENCY, AND THE EXECUTION OF THREE MINISTERS. Shanghai, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

OCHNRA. . OVERTHROW OF THE COUNCIL OF REGE-CY, AND ,THE. EXECUTION OF THIREE MINISTERS. (Fr om the Argus' 'Correipondent.) Shanghai, November 24. W- Wehave been startled within the last tew days, with news from Pokin, announcing the' seizure and execution of three ministers under. the new regime, as traitors to their king and country._ From the accounts given in the Pelin Gazette of the hffair,' it would appear that these men, high in 'tuthoritiy, have'been deceiving the late Emperor with regard to the relations of the Allies towards his person and Government, after the occupation, of. the capital. HiengFung was exceedingly anxious to leave his frigid mountain retreat and return to Pekin,: but these ministers deterred liim from putting his desires into effect, by gross subterfuges, which his brother Prince Rung and his widowed Empress have found out; and they attribute the death of the Iing to the bitter coldness of the region where he breathed his last: 'Apparently the laidy is of ...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

EUI)ESAY, JANUARY 14. In the Legislative Council, was read a The Polick R1egulation BI rill a second tinme. :iTho second reading of the Bland -Annuty 13111was moved, by 3r. Fitzgerald. and was carnried by a majority pf five to four. . The" Osborne Wallsend Coal Company's 1ill, and the Law of FIeo. dc sa Amendhient Bill were read it second time and ordered for committal next day, SThe Council then adjoul;nd. . In the Legislative'Aembly- Aem '?ly , A message arrived from the Governor, in timating, in reply 'o a late addresst his Ex cellency's willingness to call the LHobuse toge ther in May. . . Mr.'Cowper Would ask the indulgence of the House. The government d'slcs i'to deal' with' ways and mdans so as'to ;orable them' to carry the appropriation. 13ill through all its stages that evening, or the next. The lion. gentlehon thennmoved .that the 'private b?i"si ness': on'±ho paper should be postponed' to make.rooni for the governmerit bueiness, ex plainizng, that the only ?overnmoent bus...

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BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS.` - (From our ,oon Ciorreapondent.) I have very little Ito send you this week in the shape of news. Our diggings are all but at a stand still i;the parties" at work in the main creek rb the 'only ones who are doing anything; the Hill diggings are doing very little and will do still less till we have a fall of rain. Many of our diggers are-gone into Gundaro to?nssist in reaping for u few weeki. I believe our Gundaroo friends ,re very short of hands this seaons, and, I hear, thei? crops are very heavy.. .Th weather during the past week has'beeh very hot, the thermometer reaching 99 in the shade.. Butenough about." the weather and the crops."" - io yo p. p I am happy to inform you that our people intend establ?ihing 'a :Muttial Improvement Class; a roon,hns..been .taken- for the pur pose on Surftce?'Hill;.: We expect to open as soopras our;dlggerp return fron Gundaroo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

The GOLDEN AGE, QUZANDIEYANO AwnDMo0iRo DISTRICTS !ADVERTISER, TS PUBLISI-IED every TIIUnsDAT morning,: _.- at tla'Olllcc, Monam-atrcet, Queanbleyan. and for. • warded bythat day'l Malls to all parts of the Colony..i TERMS OFr SUESORIPTION .: In advance, e., 6d;'.on Credit;, O:s. :l 'per Quarter. Per Annum; in advance, £1. Bingle' chopies, d. ., ..: he Quarlers lternlnate on tIae 31sLt Decemberl 31tls al ea. IOr1 J~ine, and 301A Seplember, at sohitc period, only cna Subserior, erldclne by gieing notice, nod piaing "the sainsa.s due to the end of the current QOarter. ? 2?io Subacribo,, can be ,Seceiaed at any lime, and chared from" te diae of thlir commencement. : . . i TERMS! O ADVERTISING: Two lines or less of space (ingle a 0 + Column)..... :.:.......... ......... 1 ' Four lines;....... .........;............. S 0 Six lines ...;. .... 6 S•Eight lines, or one inch ..:....... O Every additional inch, ls, 68. eaoh inie6itiea" dodertdisement ,filtl b oohedfor lethan s ''ii advertiseme...

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INDIAN STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

INDIAN STORIES. (From '" Lfe dmong ile 'Indians," by George Cdtin.) Tirs 'spear, (said he, taking it from the ground behind him, and laying it on the robe-a spear of some eight feet in length, and ornamented with a num ber of-red and white eagles' quills, and with a long blade of steel)--this spear once belonged to the war chief of the Riccarrees, (a tribe about equal in hum ber to the Mandans, and living 200 miles below them on the same. bank of the river). The Riccarrees have always been making war upon us, and in one of their cowardly.midnight attacks upon our village, when a great many.of our young men as well as women and chil dren, were killed ; my brother, younger than myself was missing, and three days after the battle, in which we had driven our enemies away, I found the body of my brother amongst the willows, with *the blade' of this spear remaining in his body. I recognised the spear as belonging to the treacherous war chief of the Riccarrees, having seen it and handled i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

BIRTH. At her residence, Alma Cottage, Rutledge- street Queanbeyan, on Wednesday the 22nd instant, the wife of J. B. Thompson, Esq., Licensed Surveyor, of a son.

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INTERESTING EXPERIMENT WITH BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

INTEIL ESTING.I XPRIMIENT WITIH BEES. - From nt7e American Agriculuralit., AiidioIthe middle" of: June of the. present year I observed. a little :cluster of bees upon the front of one ofithe liives, which appeared to ie in con;iusion ; on Snearer ispection I. saw a young queen i markthe midst, whicl ex plained.tlthe unusual anxiety they ,appeared to .manifest. I. conjectured: that :she: had . escaped to thlie outside of the hive, after isuing from her cell, '- to a oid being massacredl by the 'old queen who for some cause ,hiid irefused .tovacate the hive :;.:°.b:~l' I'i?ladi gi out ?: sw?arin ;and -hd c:thus compielled hemr. royal daiughter. to sul'er as an usurper, or fly 'or her life". .Being.aso 8 e :what anxious for- a swarm, and nore haivirng yet issued, I thought herewis. a tli.htnce so I took' `:= the a?mtter inito my own hands: T: here as:a box with.glass sides pIartially fillei wtiw comb and honey, upon this hive.- I caught the young queen and..cconifiuel her ; under: a tu...

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THE UNITED ELEVENS v. THE ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

THLE UNITED ELEVENSv. TIHE ALL " ENGLAND ELEVEN. IN this match the All-England Eleven made 110 In their first Innings, and for their second innings, on Saturday, when the stumps wore drawn, had scored 10. When tho match .ill he played out it is di8icult to say, as the 'ele van on Mlonday went to Geelong, and will sail on Thursday (to-day) for Sydney. The Sydney correspondont to the Goutburn Imrald adds: "T?he -English Crloketers stand a fair 'chance of losing. the game, if it be played out, but this is doubtful, unless the Victorlaias come up here." . 7UsoxiLxnED PouNDAeas.- The following sums paid by the undermentioned poundkeepers of the Queanbeyan District into the treasury frol the 1st January to the 81st December, 1859, in conformity. with, and available for the purposes specified In the Act, 10th Vlct.; No. 86, "Impounding Act 6f 1855;"--Hay ward .Lever, Quenabeyan. £57 Se. 8d.; J. Edgar and W. Affleck, Oundaroo, £80 .12s. 8d.: Owen Byrne, Bungendore, 421 15s. 9d. Thesosnums, ...

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Local Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL SOCIETY. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

Local Intelligence QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOS PITAL SOCIETY. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. LAST Thursday the business usually transacted at the annual meeting at the above sooiety was resumed at the Court House. The attendance on this occa sion likewise was limited. Amongst those present were the Rev. A. D. Soares, the Rev. A. J. Forde, the presi dent, treasurer, and other officers of the society, &c. A letter was received from the Rev. P. G. Smith, of Canberra, enclosing £2, as an annual subscription. This was the only reply to upwards of fifty invitations sent to the country in habitants requesting their presence and co-operation. In resuming the ordinary business of the meeting, the president, J. J. Wright, Esq., expressed his regret at seeing so sparce an attendance; but was glad to find there were enough to carry out the object of the meeting. He indulged the hope of witnessing a more encour aging attendance at future meetings of the society. He would proceed with the businies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

A., J.; WATT: &,O CO.'s i ANTIBILIOUS AND iPERIENT IFAMILY PILL S. :-?I, E S Ei mild, .yet; effective,i - Pills contain neither aloes nor, mercury ihift inshape;oconseuiiently,'hey nove Jiroo duce llces or irritate. the lection,< therobyr in dcluing:strictdires: 'Mo'st of the Antibillous Pills 'of the presentday are ofoidid:to d!cotiitni Aloes, or ,Mereury,,iwhich, though they.may. olenr'tlih'lvinoeonctlrotins, `iiiv'arlably leave, a.coated or, furred.tohghi in the iniornlng, and: a 'consequent fieted .breath, tleotrongdst, pioof of'thlid irltdtloii o bf' 'the coldn 'tliy ' produiib'. No, yit has been: noticed'by ~,eryk.mnn? who hav? taken tlise Pills, that the anppetite is n6t only',inmproveda :nftei, taking 4theni;"li't: tlihe tbreath isunusually: purllied;. and |when ,it is; cobsidered tlit the tmostn.rtibilordliiry siym pathy roxelts.boetweren ithe . toh1iiO'h."idd the palate, it will bqi th:. tusth incontrovertible, ?nil irrisistible irooft thnttliase Pil1S'a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

QTEANB3E A-I. that, in addition to his previous extensive and varie assortment'of,. NEW & IMPROVED. PRINTING MATERIALS, 'He has, recently, received, direct froiim different Foiiidries and Establishments in Great Britain, several founts of LARGE TYPE, 4o,*j Ia ant11biUSt o¶ ann, 411i" im 5nl Also, an addition to his series of 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: oderation in charges, cannot fail 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 be forwarded to any part of the colony, at a merely nominal rate of postage; availing himself of this advantage, the Proprietor is able successfully to compete svith any qOfice, eithe' in Sydney or the provinces, in the satisfactory execution of every c...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

TnunsnAY,0 JANuYv 1.8.1 In the Legislative cuilncil, ; . Sir William Manning gave notice that he 0would on'nextsitting day' moe the following: 'resolutioni:-" That ins the. opinion of -:this House, the practice of. raising loans; fors any; other purposes than great public works of a reproductive character, is highly inexpedient SThe .President announced a inessage from the Assembly, with a bill for raising, a ,loan; ,for public works and other purposes.., .: . On the notion of Mi. Hargrave, tlle bill was read a first time.: .. -Mr. Hargrave laid ont tho table a further: report of . the Imuigration Agents, as also some road-trust accounts. Theo Osborne Wallsendi Coal .Company's Bill, arid thoe Latw of Felo-de-se Bill 3 were read' a third tiile and passed. : ; Mr. Hargrave moved that, the, Council, at! its rising, adjourn till four o'clock next day, ihich was agreed to. 'On the mollon of Mr. -Iairgrave, tho Police' Bill was read a third, tinie, and passed, and ordered to bo.transmitte...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

S-WaDxEsiAr, JAUARIY 1. ' In the L?egilative Council, In reply to Ii'r.:Merewether, Mr IHargrave said, that the:cost of the intoendednow cham bers for the Assembly,, and Council was £?0,962 each rand that the .government pur posed to place a sumi, oheo'cstimates for thbo commencement of the buildings next;year. ' Thoe I-ouose then weiit Into committee on tho PFolice Regulation Bill. The wholoof the cilauses icre gone through: anad ith Chairman left the chair and ,rported tho bill as amended to tho-House, and thlreport was adopted. !i T ho Appropilation :Bill iias read a first time, and the second eanding ilxed for next The House then went into committee on the Bland Annuity ?Bi3. Inithe course ofi the discussion, Mr, Gordon moyed, as ai amend= mont, that t he adoption ethe rieport staind an order of the dny for that taiy lxsi idloathsd t which on at division' as carried by a innjority ot six to five. " .~ S.he Folo-de-so 3ill, passed :through comr .mlitee, nd the te third reading as...

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Parliamentary. MONDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

MounDA, JASiMiaf1$. 1 In the Legislative Council F .our timessages were brdglir t up fro6m the Assembly. 1.: The Bland AnnUiity Bill ":i2, The Osborne Vallsend C?oal Company's Bill; 8. The Verdicts offelo de seeAmendment Bill aind 4. The Police Bill.: All these 3ills were iead a first time, and the second readings ilxed for, nest.day. The New, South -Nales and Queensland Customs Bill ;the Unlawful Administering of Poison Law Amendimeht Bill? nind'the False Pretences Law Amendment:Bill were ricd a third time and passed. The criminal Law :and Practice Amend jient Bill 'lepsed for want of a promoter The House then adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly, On tle motion of IMr. Cowper, :the third' reading of the Police Regulation! Bill was carried by twenty-oneo toten. The Bill .was then passed and- transmitted to the-Legisla tive Assembly. The House weiit into committee to consider a message from the Legislative Council insist ing,upon its amendment in the Licensing Bill, making it compu...

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POLICE COURT. Before C.E. Newcombe, Esq. Police Magistrate Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 January 1862

POLICE COURT. Before C. E. Newcombe, Esq. Police Magistrate Drunkenness. Warren Kerr, an unfortunate individual, who has lately been several times before the court, and who recently made professions of repentance and reformation in the public paper, but appears to have yielded to his old enemy, was apprehended and brought before before the bench on Thursday, to answer to the above charge. He was convicted and fined 20/., and in default of payment was locked up for 24 hours. Furious Riding. Thomas Healy was apprehended and charged by the chief-constable with riding furiously through the streets, for which offence he was fined 40/., which was paid. Drunkenness.     John Wilson, who also has figured repeat- edly before the court, of late, as an incorrigi- ble drunkard, was on Saturday convicted of his old offence, and in default of paying a fine of 40/., was confined in the cells for 42 hours. VILLAGE OF THARWA.—We understand that a design for the village of T...

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