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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
On TUESDAY-,FEBlRVARYj11th; .44)J~~ S"4EL W ,ILrI suomitota ublic Cynptetif in;'. athis r sledne, (nest the Ilaij Ii'ii) Qit..mhe1 an h ie uidole of its, consisting of A l 'Tables l; "r ArChtirs ,t . i;M 1. Ch1est ofyprawprs '1 I ~Tea°'1aysa'. ;=t ,c, ý."! Four-OE IronBedstiads 'l .Stretcher andSaeng'C't C ¢ -" S phenihdi'Maloginy .Bedstea IlHcrtlugs ng idtMats , Feiid'i's anid Trerc-erons l. '''Clhimney 01 nnhlm~nts' + ')Cicacketryfnd Gliss-wsare.i r1' Kitchprtfiitieenuls ý ,M4jp i An4 sunndry other articleqg hot jb 4 1e of1 c, liicb hlni a not ieen" in use ,more, bhin, 'Sale to conmcnc. atilekvone o'.o kg i T 'r d r 4ý -oi .o 1'?TSRVd W u r ACERS PORTRA'ITSi'O- of, th Ono Shili~ng. -ldr: J. 'JWRIOW, Qun beyann, and all Agents for Binkers: Alnmanacs, 1NLESS all accooinats duol to A .Levy atre paid ors tprangatl oni 9p11efore the Eh , day of Feliruarv nec.rt they oilI be I sL for witbo it fas thei.iotetiotl or freipact1 4to persons -:: y: 4,.ll..'Ii- 3 *PJ~ I4 Goniburn Stnrpa, Qc an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
~. HE Proprietor li% pleasure in ailnouncing that,i in addition to his previous extensive mid varied I - assortment of C qNEW. & IMPROVED IPRINT1NG T MA TERIALS h n received, direct from different oundries and Establishments in Greazt Britainsi, seeral founts of LARGE TYPE, HEurorietor l lasron nouc Alsoa, i addition to his seiees of Adapted for the= more chaste and elegintkinds of Printing. This Oflice is therofore noav exc .terdos'ih inTERint' of .vr'i~li an mod beyond dispute one of tho most complete in the colony, dihreby the Propdietor is preliared to Estabishete res Whdin Grato3intai ;of . 'orknanslp o nf oeain ncags cno al F.1.--A. GREAT DEDUCTION lhasAju; t been madam the scale of chres. fursici'ero style of Printing, owhich can betorwarded to any part of the colong , at a merefor nominal rate of postage; nvailing himself of this advantage, the Proprietor is able sticcess'Idlly to compete with any O//wie, either in Sydney or the provinces, in the satisfactory executi...
(Before the Police Magistrate, J. J. Wright and D. R. M'Leod, Esqs. J.P.) Charges against a District Constable. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
(Before the Police Magistrate, J. J. Wright and D. R. M10Leod, Esqs. J.JP.) Charges against a District Constable. Thomas Moran, district constable at Mica lago, appeared on summons to answer a tories of charges preferred against him by the chief constable, wherein he had neglected his duty. The defendant on answering to 'his name, said he objected to Mr. Wright sitting on the bench during the hearing of the case. Mr. Wright: I certainly shall not leave the bench, as I have heard nothing whatever of the case, und am not aware that the case would be prejudiced by my presence. Detbndaut: You are a government con tractor, and have furnished Ditcham, who is a witness in this case against me, with sup plies for the Micalago lock-up, and Ditcham is also in your debt, wherefore I think you are an interested person. Mr. Wright: I sit here under an oath to administer justice impartially, and I mean to regard my oath. I consider your objection Impertinent, and I shall not leave my' seat. The c...
Country News. GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
* Oounltrý~ ,eu GUNDAROO. .From a Correspondent. Ourt wheat harvest is now close upon beihg finished; and all througlhi e have had what rimy be terumed first-rate wea. ther for that operation. From what I can learn we aie likely to be more frequently attended to ns fur as our spiritual necessities are concerned, for we are now: to have Wesleynn ser. vices every sabbath, twice each day, the morning service will be held near the post-office, and the. nfternoon service on the township. This is as it ought to be, Our Improvement Society re-com mences on Friday evening next, after the - recess; which was occrisioned through harvesting operations. The subject for that night I cannot give you, for I am not sure whether it is to be anaessay or debate. Owing to the hot weatherlately, seve ral sun-strokes lhave taken ace .:here; but they have all been successfully treat ted by our. resident nmtdical Ian, Dr. Beales. Weather at presexit very chiangeable; one dity hot,. the next oold and threat...
General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF IMPOUNDING. -We think that the Government are infl~dting a greathiddship upion the pub lic in not'advertisingfiin'the local pn(ers each week the brands eaiid' descriptions of allthorses -aid catilerthat may have been impounded. ,, Repeated complaints are made by parties resident at a distance from Braidwood, that their horses have been impounded, and in course of time sold. Whet they endeavour , to seek redress they rare told that their horses. were duly advertised; but' vhere? why in that exteissively circilated'and highly interesting production, the '.Governineit' Gazette, which' can be seen at the offce of every Clerk of Petty Sessions it :the colony, and this necessitates every man .who has horses or cattle running in the bush to take in the ' Gazette,'.: or repaiir weekly to the: Court-house,- wherever it may be, to ascertain whether. his cattle are impounded or not. That this isfa hardship no one in their senses will deny, and .it is one which ought to be...
GOULBURN AND THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
GOULBURN AND THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. WE have received fromn Sydney a telegraphic notice that a meeting of parties interested in bringing the All England Eleven up to Goul- burn had been held lately, with very promis- ing results. At this meeting William Davis, Esq., of Gininderra, had guaranteed £160 for Queanbeyan ; William Broughton, Esq., £30 for Burrowa ; and H. Moggridge, Esq., £50 for Berrima ; while Messrs. Crane and Roberts undertake to bring up the Eleven gratis. It appears that Messrs. Spiers and Pond are ready to accept the same terms as for Ba- thurst, that is, £500 and all expenses paid. Of this it will be seen that nearly £200 are already guaranteed. It remains, therefore, for the people of Goulburn to say whether they are prepared to make up the remainder of the amount. --- Tel. to G. Chronicle.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
£afq "du rttSementr." }: N'ew Wesleyan Chapel, M1UNDOONAN, YASS RIVER. T"HE FOUNDATION STONE of .A. the above:Chipel will'be laid (D.V) on T'HURSDAY, "February' 6th, at Twelve o'clock, by Mr. THOMAS BROWN, of Wes. ley Vale.. The REV. HENRY H. GAUD, of Yase, will deliver an address on the occa "sion. For the accommodation of friends from a 'dibtance,: LUNOHEON- will 'Tbe' provided at half past One o'clock. "'In tho afternoon, a PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the old Chapel. The Chair will ,.ibe taken at half-past Two o'clock. Several Ministers and lay Gentlemen will be present' to takepart in the proceedings. In the evening there will be a' PUBLIC "TEA 1MEETING. During the afternoon meeting a COLLEC TION wili be made in. ald off the Building Fund. CRICKET. MEETING 'of the Members of :.. the Queoubeyan Amnatuer Cricket Club will be held et Mr. Torpy's, Harji Inn,,TO MORROW (Friday), at half-past Eight-li.pm: As theroals Important business to be transacted the :members aroe particularl...
TUESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Obscene Language. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
TUESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Obscene Language. Richard Brinksell, apprehended by the police, and Adam Millar; who voluntarily appeared; wei'e convicted of using obsene lan guage, and fined, Blinkesell in the sum of 20/. and Millar 40/. BAKER'S PORTRAITS OF THE ALL-ENGLADii ELEVEN.-Mr. W. Baker, of Sydney, has for warded us a broadsheet containing the por traits of the above celebrated team of cricket ers: Presumiug'that the portraits are truth-' ful, they are well eoxcuted specimens of engraviing and printing, and will form a very worthy souvenir of their visit to 4ustralia. Mr. J. J. Wright is agent for the sale of this publication. BIAnsuAw's ALMANAo,-Last, but not least of the various almanacs which have reached us this year, is Bradshaw's Almanac and General Guide-for 1862. It contains a very Itirge amount of information, useful to the' provinces as well as the metropolis. It is patronised by a large share of advertisements arranged in such a mannier as to render the...
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. THE ALL - ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 30 January 1862
[We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed &nbsp; under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. THE ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir.--Will you allow me a short space in &nbsp; your columns to suggest the propriety of &nbsp; endeavouring once more to get the English Eleven to Goulburn. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I see they are to go to Bathurst for £500, and their expenses paid. Surely the coun- &nbsp; ties of Camden, Argyle , Murray, and King, could subscribe a like sum and secure their services at Goulburn, that we might see a good game of Cricket once in our lives. When some of our Goulburn friends were in communication with Spiers and Pond on &nbsp; the first occasion, £750, and expenses were &nbsp; demanded; but in my opinion the offer of £500 and expenses paid, would be gladly taken now. The latt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
The GOLDEN AGE, QOEANDETAN AND AIoNARo DISTRICTS ADVERTISER, IS PUBLISHED every TicunaDAY morning, at tile Oicr, Monaroastrcet, Qaeanbeynn, and. for warded by that day's Maite to all parts of the Colony.' TERMS OF SUBSORIPTIONi In advance, b5s 6d.; on Credit, Os. 6d. per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance, £1. Single copies, Od. The Quarters terminatee on the lst Decemberr Iraten, 30th June, and 301/ September. at whirl, periods nnly ran Shrbeerltkrs decline 0oy giviag.notice, cad paying the amoant dice to the cud of the rarrerit Qnurter. New Subscribers' . can be'receeed at any timae, and charged from the date of their commencement. TERMS OF ADVERTISING Two lines or less of space Single d Column) .................................... 1 0 Four lines. -. .................... 2 0 Six lines ........................... 20 Eight lines, or one inch ......... 3 '0 SEvery additional inch, le. d. eaooh insete n nto Addreidsement teoll he bookedfor l ie.sthenee Is On adiertisemcnts continued for t...
QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
QiEAI!BETYAN POST OFPICE. - MIUVAUL& asnavasi. Fraom SDNEY ,(via Bngedore).Monaday, Thursday Saturday at Nine am. (ala Guadaroo),-Weadoiaday and Sator day, at half-past Six p.m. from COOMA1,-Moaday, .Wednesday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANTON,-Wedneadny and Saturday at Eilght aa.. DEPARTURES. To SYDNET (viaBlungendore),-Monday,Wednesday, and Saturday, at NiWa a.m. (via uudndaroo),-Sunday and Thlursday, at Five n.m. To COOMA,-Manday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To LANTON,-Sunuday and Thursday,. at Three spi.m. G. SOAtES, Postmaster.
CHARACTER OF THE GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
CHUARACTER OF THE GEN-. TLEMAN. I HAvE stated already that the for bearing use of powe'r is a sure attri bute of the geutleminn; .indeed, -we may say that that power-ihysical, moral, purely social, or political, is bne of the touchstones of- genuinie gentlemanship. The, poWer wvhich the husband has . over liis wife, in . which we may include the impunity with. which he maybe uhkinid to her; the teacer ojpr his pupils;` the old' over the young, and the young over the aged; the strong over the weak; the officer over his men; the master of .the vessel over his hgnds; the magistrate .over the citizens; the employer' over the employed; the rich over the poor; the educated over the unlettered; the experienced over the confiding; the keeper of the secret over him whom it touches; the gifted over, the ordinary man; even the clever over the silly; the forbearing and inoffensive use of all. this power or authority, or a totalV abstinence from it, where the case admits it, will show, the gentl...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
TrO dORRESPONDENTS. J.S.G.--Your verses are miserable doggrel: do acquire a grain of common sense, and study a little plain English, before yon ever attempt an invocation of the 3yuse again. J. Foano, Afngendore.-Your paper was for warded to your address, tied in one parcel with other papers for the same deatination;. so you must loolk elsewhere for the fault. Wevn in Eve Oree.-YOir. communication is objeptionable; its publication would do the party for whom it is.mearitno good, and would be liable to injuro the innocent.
INSECTS IN FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
INSECTS IN FOWLS. Mr. John Douglass, in his work. on "The Field" speaking of insects in fowls, says," there are several kinds that infest the hen: By `attending to the following remedy, thejy will be en= tirely kept, clear. First of all, if in con-. finement, 'in. the *dust corner ofV the' poultry house, mix about half-pound of black sulphur among the sand and limo that they dust in. This isill both. keep them free from parasites, 'id give the feathers a glossy appearance.. If infes ted with the insects, damp the skin under the feathers with a little water, then sprinkle a little black sulphur on the skin. Let a bird be covered with. the insects, and they will disappear in twelve hours. Also, previous to sitting a hen, if the nest be slightly sprinkled with the sulphur, there is no fear of the hen being annoyed during the incuba tion, neither will the chicken be an noyed by them. Many a fine hatched brood pines away and dies through nothing' else, aiand no ono knows the cause. "I ca...
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (relerday e Idlegrars to GoulDburn papers) Tuesday afternoon. The All IEngland Eleven left., for B, thurst this morning, and "the .Mel-: ourne team will, mst likely' sii for ycldney during thl wveek. The. Omeo ;has arrived from New Zealand with 7987 ounces of gold. A heavy, storm has just broken over the city. H. M. S. Harrierhas arrived from New Zoaland with Auckland news to the 20th of January.- The chances of war seem to be by no means over,: and the Walkatos, under Thompson, still, maintained a lofty attitude. We have Information that Captain Wilkle, of.the 12th regiment, has been killed at Bur rangong, by a fall from his horse.
Latest American News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
Latest American News. WE have.sixteen days' later news from America, by way of California. The seizure of Hessrs. Masoi and Slidell in tho'=British mniail steamer is confirimed, 'and the event had created gient joy in Washington. Lord Lyons hadd taken no stops in the affair, and seenied to be waiting his instructions from England The Federal troops and succeeded in bombarding Pensacola, but no general 'engagement had as yet talken place..
IMPOUNDINGS. At GUNNING.— On the 27th January from Stony Hole, by J. Smith.— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
IMPOUNDINGS. .:; At GUhlNNING. On the 27th J.itonry, froli Stony Hole, by J. Samith, Bay hore,' str. Ilke IC sehoilder;, M1. near romp, W shtolder, WW ovorr IO off rump : bridle and saddle, and large swng, coazining blankets, weanring apparel, razors soap, te, sugar, &ic. 6 years old, 15 hands high, damages Also, on naue day, from Piereoleld estate, Iow horse, star ind white dlown frace, collar munrked C over diamond with cross in centre near shoulder, aged, 10 hands high. bay horse, star, saddle and collar marked, like JC near shoulder, ML neck, drown and heairt off shoulder, aged, 10 hands high t damages, 10s.,3d. each. Also, on thosome day, fromaorrawa; by J. lush, Whiteos, ofi car marked, brown spots on neck and head heart ehoulder, like SW thigh, illegible brand near ribs lile Oil srmp, C or 0 aot shoulder and ribs; dmanges 10e. f not relerared willbe sold on the SltiFebruary. I Also, on the Uliad Jaeenary, Irm Alton estata; damages " 2.. 66.--* Brwn horse;.star,-JD nec...
A MIDNIGHT SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
* A MIDNIGHT SCENE.' ,TAE family of amerchant, residing in Hill-street, Gloiucester, separated for the night about ten o'clock, and the two young ladies of -'the houise hold, after sitting some time in their bedroom,*retircd to rest about half past eleven. At this time the bed room fire, which had been lighted on account of the sudden: accession of cold weather, was buint down nearly to the embers; and the elder of the girls, on " turning in," felt a sicken ing sensation which she was unable to accbunt for. Aboit one o'clock, the mother of the youngladies, who was in bed in an adjoining' room, heard a kind of groaning, and sonie thing like a tumbling sound coming from her daughter's room, which alarmed her so much,that she got up to see if anything was the matter, but on attempting to open the door, --which . was never locked,-she found 'some iresisting agency behind, which imipressed 1ser with the alarm ing conviction that there were thieves" in the room, when she ran to the front ...
Gems from Poets. FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
Oagluc f oronges FRIFENDSHII AND LOVE. Two exquisite jewels of feeling Are set in the circlet of love, Brighlt glimpses of heaven revealing The joys of,espi;toabove. ' Though friendshipshines first in the ring, A smile is the mblemni of this, My heart owns a holier thing, Which ever lies hid in a kiss. Whenever y spirit is wveary, Andllonging for rest from its strife, When all of the future is dreary, And dark is'the pathway of life; If friendship will smile, it can cheer, As feebly I struggle along, tut a kiss from.the lips that are dear Will render me ten times as strong. Life's dities it changes to pleasure, Its trials.can bravely be met, ;For my'heart in itself has a treasure, Since love mid its jewels was set! .My pathway is dotted with flowers, #Wlhichseem at each stop to unclose, i'or loye lends his wings to the hours And tints them with coulcur de rose. Though friendship's an exquisite feeling, A breath from an angel above, Which over the spirit comes stealing, And wakes the...
A PETRIFIED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 February 1862
A PETRIFIED. MAN. &nbsp; ANOTHER "subject" for the -interfer ence of the philanthropic Ru'ssell" and a writ of habeas coipus, has just come to light. A gentleman has arrived in Syd ney, from South Australia, with ablack fellow in his possession, captured and held in his custody, as we are" credibly informed, without his own consent, or that of his parents;'and what makes the matter very much worse than that of famous gorilla- so recently an object of interest 'to' the public, is the fact, that the captor of the unfortunate subject of this notice not having the fear of the Supreme Court before his eyes, is about to exhibit him at so much per head. There is one consolation, howvever, in the case of this child of the desert, viz., that ,he perfectly .insensible to the de gradation of, being mide an object of prying curiosity; and his feelings ap pear to be so hardened, that he has long lost all sense 'of the indignity with which he is to be treated. Hi-s adven tures and the adv...