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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. From SYDNEY (via Bungctdore),-ilonday, .Thursday Saturday at Nine a.m. (via Gundaroo).-Wcducaday and Satur " day, at hdtf-past Six p.m. From COOMA,-Monday, 'Wednaday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From L.LANON,-Waeduneday and Saturday at Eight a.m. DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (via Bungendore),-Donduy,Wednesday, and Saturday, at Nine an.m. , (ia Gundaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, at Five. a.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To LANYON.-Smrday and Thursday, at Three p.m. G. SOARES, Postmaster.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

&r ounndings. (From the ' Government Gazette,' Feb. 11.) At Q UEANVBEI.'N, on the lst February,from Lanyon; damages and driving 8/6: One bay horse, D near shoulder. Also, from the Oaks; damages d : One blue spolttedheifer, like 0 and illegible let ter over C off ribs, 12 months old. If not released within 24 dayafrom date of pub lication, will be sold. II. LEVER, Poundkeeper. At BUNGENDORE, on the 29th January, from ,Janefield, for trespass in open pasture land; damages and driving 1/6 :- One bay mare, blackepoints, star, narrow stripe down face, white on near hind fetlock, long tail, broken in, MC over 8 near shoulder. If 'rot released within 24 days from date of publication, will be sold. M. J. YRN?E, Poundkeeper. At BRAID WOOD, on the 31st January, from J3edtrvale Paddock, biy Mrs..M. Richardson.; damages, 8/. each: One bay horse, black points, long tail, collar and saddle marked, indistinct brand near shoulder. Al over Al of shoulder, while spots on back 'of side, 15 han...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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KLEPTOMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

KLEPTOMANIA. STHERE is a popular belief that some of the criminal laws under p which the poor are rigorously - punished are susceptible of remarkable elasticity when the peccadilloes of the rich are brought under judgment,, and that there is some truth in the s old adage which declares that " one man may steal a horse , where another dare not look over the hedge. This unwholesome distrust is not likely to diminish if, in cri uminal cases prosecutions where so-called respectable persons I commit theft without sufficiently t obvious motive for the act, they have their crime extenuated on the plea of kleptomania, as has frequently occurred in several notable instances. That there is a variety of mo nomania to which this term may beo rightly applied is undeniable. r But whether this ever occurs in the adult without coexistent phy sical conditions of a peculiar kind, or without being conjoined with other and more obvious signs of insanity, may be doubted. As a rule, we be lieve the evil ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

WOOdL. From the Border Post. SOME valuable tables 1e rheei iijbn published byj ir Birllmyrei of AMel bourne, relative to one of'tlihe chief sta ples 'of the Australian Colonies--wooli The 'statistics, w?hich commnence with 1850, are brou'ght dowin to the enci of 1860,- and the first ?lini mbntlis'of 1861: It'- appears that:' Victoria e.p orted 18,091,2071b. of ?0ool in' 1850, valued' at £826,190. The same oclony, iii 1860, exported. 2427.3,9101b., valu ed 4at £2,025,066. Thus the produce of .wool in Victoria: has increased by asbout 25' '1 -per cent: in eleven iyears.'; New Southi Wales exp?orteda 1?,70 6221b. in 1850i .valued £785,051 i?t-:in 1860 'tlle quantity had decreased to 12,809,3621b. valued at £1,128,699. South iAustralina exported in 1850, ,.260,0171b. ot '?o1,. valued at £181,731I;' but.i 1860 G ti quantity bad increased to 11,731i37f11?b. representing £578;368.: Thus it will be seen that Victoria 'low exports. as much wool as New Scith'? Wales "and Souith Australia put'...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

qInqTýat ~tnti1ligonce. - (Prom the Empire.) A CUIINESE MIssBIONARY.-At a missionary meeting recently held in Sydney, the chairman introduced a Chinese missionary, who was seated on the platform, and who came forward and said: He was a native of Canton in China, and was fifty years of age; had been instruc ted by the Rev. Dr. Legg, and brought to a - knowledge of Christianity utnder that gentle man's instruction in China. -Ie then cast away his idols and worshipped only the Saviour. Five years ago he was sent from China to Australia by his teacher. to instruct his countrymen in Victoria. About two years ago it was proposed to remove him to another place when lihe became connected with the Wesleyan mission work. After he had been engaged for above four years in this country, teaching and instructing his fellow country men in the principles of Christianity, he felt a desire to return to his native land to see his mother and other relations. I-Ic was now on his way back from China goin...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

LATEST; COLONIAL NEWS. (Yeterday'i telegrams to OJdlburn papers.) Tuesday afternoon. A MEETING of the friends of Dick Green, the champion oarsman, took place last night, to raise a further subscription in order to defray the cost of his passage to England. Nothing was done. The Victorian Eleven left for Melbourne to-day. Lachlan news still favourable. The Governor will idave for Norfolk Island onThursday. Colonel Kempt will administer the government during his absence. Peisley has been.committed for trial for the murder of Benyon. Colonel Robbins was burled yesterday at Melbourne with military honors. " Mr. Hobson, a magistrate, has been con victed at KMlbourne of stealing a cow and selling it. •The Lascars for the murder of the serang on'board the Shah Jehan are not to be execu ted. A settler has arrived from the Balone with a real live specimen of a bald aboriginal. I believe him to be of Chinese descent. We have later news from Now Zealand, but nothing important. The natives were...

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THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

THE. CHINESE QUESTION. From the eans 'uner TaE colony will soon experience, whatever advantages there are to be derived from the leglelation, by the late session on ithie Chinese question. We confess, we are'not buoyed 'up by great expectdtions, and rather feel inclined to look for more eiclent law making in this respect from the complete failurit that appears pending on the enforcement of the Act. Be' that how it may, on the 28th of this month the 25th Viet. No. 8 comes into foice, and al-. ready have appointments been made for car rying out the provisions of the 5th clause,. which is as follows :-! Every Chinese arriv ing in the colony, after'the passing, of this Aet, shall pay or have paid for him to some olfficer whom the Qovernor with the advice of the Executive Council may appoint, at any places on or near the borders of the colony or otherwise conveniently situate for the purpose alike sum of Ten Pounds." ' This clause Was designed for the purpose of chelcking Chinese iunmigr...

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SCRIPTURAL GEOLOGY. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

SCRIPTURAL GEO1OLOAiY. (Continued): - Ix every attempt to explain the order of crea ted things the act of creahtion itself ;must tbe taken for granted. . ,Ve. presumo that the thing exists, each part with its own properties constituting the distinction betrveen it and all other matter. These primary elen?ents them selves are not. within the reach of science. VWe cannot account for their .origin, but as sume them ds the basis of reasoning and the foundation of science itself :Siencee, properly speaking; is the knowledge of- the primary and permanent. qualities of each -pubstance, and the manner in which by means of these quali ties simple substances operate upon each other, and either seem to change or dnter into such combinations as to .put .on'noei appearances. It is mere quackery, and not'science, to spec ulate upon.rhait:thesothings might hav.e been before they took those forms and were endowed with those coriesponding p?ioprties which the state of our linowledge at ain:; tUiot m...

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BEE-KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

BEE-KEEPING. : .From the AMark Lane Exprces. Tun importance of the honey-bee appears to be greatly overlooked by our farming interest, while on the Continent the Agricultural Society of France is quite alive to the breed ing of bees. At the Model Beehive at the Luxembourg, very recently, about 100 agriculturalists attended from various parts, and the exhibi tion of bees, which was held in the Orangery, was very interesting. The produce exhibited called forth ex pressions of admiration from the spectators. It showed how much progress has been made within a few years in one of the most lucra tive industries of rural life. Several very important practical questions wci'e discussed at the meeting. The country clergy were well represented at the Congress. One farmer in Champagne, instructed in this art, possesses at present 1,000 bee-hives. The efforts of the Society have been attended with the best results. A superior degree of comfort has by its means been introduced into dis tricts wh...

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Gems from Poets. JOHN BROWN, OR A PLAIN MAN'S PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

JOHN BROWN, OR A PLAIN MAN'S PHILOSOPHY.     I've a crown I can spend,   I 've a wife and a friend, And a troop of little children at my knee, John Brown.   I've a cottage of my own,   With the ivy overgrown, And a garden with a view of the sea, John Brown. I can sit by my door, By the shady sycamore, Large of heart though of very small estate,   John Brown.   So come and drain a glass In my arbour as you pass, And I'll tell you what I love and what I hate, John Brown. I love the song of birds And children's early words, And a loving woman's voice, low and sweet, John Brown, And I hate a false pretence, And the want ol common sense, An arrogance and fawning and deceit, John Brown. I love the meadow flowers And the brIar in the bowers,   And I love an open face without guile, John Brown.   And I hate a selfish knave And a proud contented slave And a lout who'd rather b...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Obscene language. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

POLICE COURT. Obscene language On Thursday John Stewart and Jere-   miah Crawley were convicted of using   obscene language and sentenced each to   pay a fine of 40/., in default, to be   locked up for seven days. Larceny.   Against the prisoner Crawley a charge of larceny was then preferred, namely, of stealing 3lbs. of beef and a towel from a butcher's shop in Monaro-street. The case was remanded to Monday when   the prisoner was convicted and summa-   rily dealt with. Sentence: two months in Goulburn gaol. QUARTER SESSIONS.--The court of     Quarter Sessions opens at Queanbeyan on Tuesday next at 10 o'clock a.m.,   before the Chairman, Thos. Callaghan Esq. David Forbes, Esq., will conduct the prosecutions for the crown. The calendar is light; there is as yet but one prisoner for trial, Thomas Smith charged with horse-stealing at Cooma, who is expected ...

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THE MEETING OF PEISLEY AND CARROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 20 February 1862

THE MEETING OF PEISLEY AND CARROLL. THE following account of the meeting of Peisley the bushranger and John Carroll, corporal of the Southern Gold Escort, has been courteously furnished us by the latter. We have heard it stated as a matter of sur- prise that Carroll did not instantly shoot Peisley when they first met, and that if he had not got a revolver he ought to have had one. This latter we admit ought to have been the case, but then where is the revolver to come from? Surely mounted troopers on     4s. 6d. a day are not to find their own arms; for be it known that all they are supplied with is simply a pair of pistols, a carbine, and a heavy sword--the arms and accoutre- ments of a trooper weigh nearly as much as the man, and the poor horse with its freight would gain but little on one of the ruffians of the highway who generally contrive to ride a good animal. But of this matter we shall treat hereafter, and now return to the subject of our text. Car...

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WIFE RIDDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

WIFE "RIDDEN.; A COLD, unfeeling, bold, unheed- ii ing, worldly woman was the d wile of Janies Fraser, the author a of a work on sanctification, a a minister of great repute in the a first half of the last century, and t a man cursed in a -fiery help mate.. Here was a woman to try a poor husband's patience. N ever did her godly husband sit I down to oa comfortable meal in his own house, and often would I he have fainted from sheer want = of needful sustenance, but for the considerate kindness of some I of his parishioners. She was too insensate to try to hide her treatment of him, and well was it for him, on one account, that she was. His friends thus knew of his ill-treatment, and were moved to do what they could for his comfort. A kind godly acquaintance arranged with him to leave a supply of food in a certain spot beside his usual walk, of which he might avail himself when almost starved at home. -Even light and fire in his study were denied him on the long winter evenings ; and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

in The'Treasury, New Soutli Wiles, Ild 7 ' : 12th Februaryi1862; "e-, D ELA'Y,-: and not? unfrequertly ,11 wrong delivery,, belng" bausedh by the f fauiltyad incomplete manner ihwhiell- many e letters are addressed,,the phblio are ietjuested er to be careful when addressing their letters, to on write thereon the'co&rect' Christian tiinaes or he Initials, and the correct Surnames of the per sons addressed, anid also to give .the name of r; the street, and, if'possible, the numiber of'any at house at which any letter is ,intended ,to be delivered. , , SIn the case of Firms bearing the same name, extra precautions are indispensable. . to E. C.- WEEKES. S s£2 aeward. n T OST; from Duntroon, one iron JJ grey ?inmre branded It (conjoined) off. .shoulder,, with fodur" :white" feet o alsoYwhite in stripe down the nose.. Supposed to be, at se Lanyon. : :: Wihoever:wili return the :same to tiis itoice, or to theundersigned, will receive the! above reward. . ' ' JOHN- TRUEMiN Duntroon,...

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O. B. EBSWORTH'S PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

.0. D. EBSWORTII'S PRODUCE REPORT. : Woof:-There is no alteration'in prices to record'this Week,'whero the wools have been for unreserved sale, and the whole of the lots 'catalgued,met 'ready purchasers, at former rates. ,There is a' large amount of'wool in warehouse, waiting further advices from the English market, so that until the mail arrives, there must be a restrictive business. The principal lots disposed of were 9 bales of fleece, at Is. d6d.; 22, at is. 5d., and 12 bales in.grease, very heavy and black, at 71d. SUiEEPSKIBs.-As last reported.. TALLow.-The sales by auction have been confined to mixed melting, all taken by the trade at former quotations. Privately a good business has been done for shipment, but no improvement can be noted. Candle tallow much wanted, none in the market. HIDES.-The only lots catalogned have consisted of inferior and second class.bides, which ?have brought former rates, although the competition has not been brisk. Freights aroe firmer. Circula Qu...

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A HARROWING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

A HARROWING SCENE. Goon morning, Hobbs; why what makes you look so pale-are you ill? - Well, yes, I have been ratlier in; disposed for a few days past.". But I witnessed a . harrowing scene this moirning How, what, where? inquires the. sympathetic Nobbs. Two men and four horses What ! illed ?.how ? Do relieve my suspense! 'exclaims the excita ble Nobbs, impatieiit to make the round of his acquain?unci;, and communicate. the horrible intellih gence. Killed ? No, who said anything about kil ling? What ? responded Nobbs, didn't you speak of a. harrowing scene; and two men and fouir horses ? To be sure, I did; I saw them harrowing in old Gihnan's field, as I was coming up on the bus to town, was the reply. Go to- ! was therejoinder of the disappointed Nobbs. I suppose you feel better now? By the smile that irradiated the; sick man's.face, we rather think he did. " Sire, one word," said an solt "diertone day to Frederickl the Great, when presentizig to him !q?tiestt, of a brevet lieutena...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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QUEANBEYAN POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

QUEANBEYAN POST OF7IA-. ARRIVALS. From SYDNEY (via Dungendoro),-~IJnday T:.ursday Saturday at Nine n.m. (via Gunadlroo),-'WVednesdy and Satur lday, at idif-past Six p.m. From COO!MA,- ondlny, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-Weducsday and Saturday at Eight a.m. I)EPAItTUIRES. To SYDNEY (riulungaculnrc),-\onday, Wrdnetday, and Saturday, at Nine a.a. , (via Gundroo),-Sunda? and? Thursday,.at F-ive a.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noo:, To LANYON,--Suday and Thursday, at Three p.m. G. SOAuRES, Postmaster.

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

From the Government Gazette, Feb. 18) re At COOMA, on the 8th of February, from e, , :.Rosebrook ; dainages 8/ each : to One bay filly, star, like HA over - near lshoulder;-one baymare, sla," WA -over.. JS Y near shoulder; one chesnit mare, 2 ove ? PC near shoulder; like 2 or 'c hip; otne bay mare, B. star,' P woriling' apital, near shoulder; one th bay colt, hind jeet white, wshite fagce, over SB offshouldere . , Jf not released will be sold on the s6thsof farch. . Also, oil the 10th,.from Boco run, damages V 5/. each':- d One chesnut colt, JB over 3 near shoulder; a one brown more, .B over , near shoulder :.; n one ibay colt, lhiid feet. white, DB rnear shoulder;( one bay mare, near hind foot white, JWl near shoulder ; ..one bay "mare,: small stdri: 0 over J eoijoined =niear shoril der,;. one cheanut colt,' star and'Isnip, same 'branid ; one. bay colt; Hover, G near" shout : I'l'f "not released, will be sold on the .itlt .o 'Afareh.l.o;. . . , U . WALTERS, :Poundkeeper. l4t KENIL ...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Expressly adapted for the District of Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Expressly adaptd for the Diatrict of Queanbryan. FRBRUARY.-Sow cauliflower, rableo, Ichtuce and whidt turnips for winter crop. rlait out red calbbage and savoys.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 February 1862

WATT',SWORM LOZENGES. KEE s7ymptoms of the presence Sof Worms are; paleness of countenance, and at other times unusual flushing of the face, itching of the nose, starting and grinding of the teeth in sleep, the appetite sometimes bad, and at other times quite voracious, loose ness of the bowels, great thirst, griping or colic.pains, involuntary discharge of saliva, 'especially when asleep, frequent pains in the side, with a dry cough and unequal. pulse, palpitation of the heart, drowsiness, cold sweats, palsy, epileptic fits, an unaccountable train of nervous symptoms, convulsions, and oftentimes death itself. The. eifeancy of this lozenge, (ri thousands in "Syd1ney .can testify), may be depenlded on, is it is safe, certain, and cllcacious, lioth for adu'la.and children. and for the latter peculiarly adapted, being ,most agreeable to take. Prepared only by A. J. WATT & Co., Sydney, and sold by all druggists andstorc *keepers throughout the colony, in boxes, 1/. and 2/. each....

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