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BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

' BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. (Froma our orwn Correspondent.) I am happy to say that our diggings are not likely to become defunct.. There has bem a decided improvement during the last week, in the gold line. Sone of our people have te ken out more of the dust within the last seven days tha ln they have done for the six wueeks previous. You wiill allow that is an improve ment. One party of seven are ereeting a costly nifair, in Ithe shaipe of an elevating plmp., to ibe worked by horse-lpower; 1 wish them every success in their spirited underta king. Our Chinese population seem to he doilg very well; and seem also to agree with our ieople. I think you were not troubled with the preeence of umatny of them on the lest of 1March to receive their tickets. Their bead ones didi all lthat he could. In thie way of per eleuion and hnunce,' to mnake them appear, iut hre coubl o;.ly lpersundo some ive to ac company hit to Queanheyan. The Boss is certainly thie Lbest looking "John" that I have seen ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

TURKEYS The has been akfind of monetary panio in Constantinople. Paper, money. had suddenol fallen into complete disecredlt.and tlhaTurkishd livre has risen to two twenty-fve Ialaster4. more than double its nonilnal value. Tmhe causes of this panic hIaveoiriutbeenexplnned. It is attributed to man~euvres of speculators. The greatest disconteht prevails .In Egypt, as Said Pasha has done his utmost toi ruin the country. An outbreak is expected, Lavisig for its object the forlcble removal ot the Viceroy.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 8. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

" GOLDEO-A0" Office, March 8. Sk Trhe rts !nated telow have reference onlyu to tranae. 0 lions Bolrnc tho producer andfir4l purchaser. n QUEANBEAYAN MARKET. a Flour, per ton, tine £17; seconds, £10; rationas, 15. * ad * d' 'hesat, p bushel, .. ... 4 -0o6 t5 Rran. ditton . 3 to 0 Maize, ditto ... ... ... ... 4 0 to 5S 0 Rare ditto... ...4 . 0 to 4 6' Oots,.ltto .. ; 0O to 0 0 lior, per ion, . 41: to tl. 10 Flutter, (snlt) U 0 to0 0 liecon, ..0 0 to 0 7 Cheese, ... 0 to i. 7 I ttggs .. 0 to 0 0' at o ae ttos, er cat. e 51. Fart C ..tle,6. 1. to 71. 9 P.; otatoess11. 15I. nt he bd. Sllerp, lb. tO Us., 1pr )ead; Pigsl (id. per pound llrs~4,.4..d. ito ls. cho, - 1nycpains, 41J. to d b Tallttowper too, 21.1. to 501.; for good .ataplen. Csrikee. per ton, -Svdn4 to QaOa hcyn. 71. Os.. to i1. QuualbOyan to Cooot, 31. 10s. to 41. QUOT4TIONS AT TILE MILLS. Hoie Fhar. 17,. ecahs, a1S. Wtesit ... 40 Cd. tnaCa 14.iOzU, 151. pir too t rellnrt .. I. Cd... SDew,... . . . 3d. Grinding.. ..-o. Cd. Flm...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Expressly adapted for the District of Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

GARDENERS' CALENDAR. I prasly adapted/Cor the Dierid of QDrta MAwcnf.-So W onions for spring crop, gpinselt, rndish, oss lttnuc sotd white csihlinge letnre. This is a goaJ man h f.r smsing Yurak cnhhsgc fr a spring crop. Earth trelery wrell lthismonth. taking care to rollect the plant redll togetlzor;rthis snost be doom on a dry da'.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

(Prom the"i Governmneit Gazelle,' Feb:.23 At GUNNINVG, on the 17th Februaryj;frorn Brillinglass padduik: damages be.: One bay horve, rf hind.-fonol-w/elte;wohite' dotwn fece, colt.lrmarkeL'd, illegible brand in heart off shnlder. aged, 15 h/ands high;, one bay mare, black points, like OC ocer J and illegible letter neare shoulder, 1.3 hands high, a fitly foal at foot, iohite face, ten branded, 4 tconths aold. f' not-relased will be solde on lthe 14th of :.<larch. _. IIUDD, Poundkeeper. At COOAFA, ,on Cthe 12th and 1.31h Feb.," from Countalyaee and IRosblrronok; daceayes ancld delving 3s. each.; bull.e £1 each.; entire £a:- . Ode Iayentire. weilc spot e'fiank,JLI"T' near shorlder, IVnenr hip. Also, froth Jlosebroo : - tOne brindle bullolk, JDoffT rump, cars marked; one strawrberry bull cilJ. wceibra't dled; one red apttedr cowl, 11D uecw ribs, like IA or blatch 'f ribs, ear marked;. one red and white bullocik, 7' 1'' ofrunp; one Yellowo poles colw, illeaghle braudl under E...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

SPAIN ANI) PORTUGAL, Ij is asserted that the Spniuh exipeditioni agninst Mexico left'IIuvannah, on 3rd 1)6. under the corummand or Marshal Serrano, Governor of the Ielaiad_ of Culai.; le pro posed storming Vera Cruz, and marching on. Mexico. us. a. vast conshapirary against theli Spaninrds haid been discovered tlh'r'. Fruti Portugnal thcro is no politirnc news of any kdind. No hoples are entertained of tee reeo very of tie yolngprirc., lion Anglisto. nod now (26th)-a telegramn nnounces Prince Jomo, hrotlbur of the ing, -is also dangerously ill;, he is now given over. "

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

IAUSTRIA. SThe affairs of the kingdom still continne in a very unratisfactory position. From the south of Ihungary advices repbrt that one functionary refusing to co-operate 'with the govcrnment will have eighteen soldies lodged in his house until he resumes: hi functions.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

M: AMERICA. The three great .eveuts ot the month-as there has been no Federal victory to record have hcn' President D)avis's addre.is to the Southern Congress: President. Lincoln's a'ut dress to the Northern Congress; and Mi. Secretary Chase's lame and impotent fin anciat report.. " . The raddresses show the sunpcriritr of thli presidelnt ofthe South, to the rambtling nuds undlecirlded one of the president of the North, and which proves him to be quite ulnequtal to the position In which the votes of a delnmocracy have placed hitn-to be still the mele rustele attorney and the mere roi faineant in the hands of that cleover buit unsicrupulous repiubA lican, Mr. Seaward..; The presidenit certuinlyl showed his good.taste in not alluding to the affidr of the Tret, though the Navy.depart ment dteclared . its its report that Captain Wilkes showed toio much forbearance in nut. cnpturiuig the Trent, though -the IIoilse of Representatives, at its first sittings, passed a vote of thanks to Capt...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

RUSSIA. Arruhdenenn TBalesbreshi, the substtte or the Arclbishhop of Varaanw, hadnbeen -cop. dernied to death. He refused to nptent for pardon, antd u nid, . I have done not hilng which should be punishedl with death." ' Arerts still contintu. Ii8 Eenttenrce wR nfterwarIIla cominited tr ten years' exile in Siberhi(. T'he chunrches have beeo n oplened at WVarew by the sosldiers, who lit the topers and caused the oliciuls to recite the ervice. It hai breen \iho were concerned ini the University riots. 'Many of themn, however.. have il 'isent to Siberin, already, and considerable -iumbers are shut up in the differenit prisons.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

SPRUSSIA: I .There. in no.political news--of -any kind. The death of the Prince Consort of England had produced a profbunnd iefrect and the Cout will go into nmonrning.for.: a month. iThe stite of'the hielth'iof 'tlie Cronm :'PrIvilt!n comipelled her to"u ahatidon lher intention :1 'accminpnnying. the Crnown Prince to,. Englandi on tbe moumrnful ocrdasion of the iumormdl.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE PRINTING PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

THf~E PntINTING- ·.IýFSS-~~ PASSIWNG along. the st et ones after noon, I hceard i2niiise n an old building, as of some inu!.'pufliflga pair of belloyws,; so without more ado, I stoppe-din, htnd tlieie, in a corner of a. rgom, I. saw -.the chef d'ceuvre of allthe machinery that has ever been -.invented: since the birth of Tubal Cain. In its .con struction it was as dimple and un assuming as a cheese-press. It went With a lovei'- with 'a lever longer, stronger than that 'with' ivich 'Ar chimedes promised to lift the woild. "1 It is a printing 'ress;" said a boy standing by the ink trough, with a queueless turban of brown paper on his head. " A printirig press'!" I queried musingly to myself. -"A printing press! what do you print ?" I asked. "Print?" said. the boy, staring at me doiubtfully, '' why we print thoughts." "Piniit thoughts !" I slowly repeated afrer him; and ie stood looking for a moment at each other, :in, mutual adimiratioin; he in:the:absenco of an;idea, and I in the pur...

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CONTINUATION OF EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

CONTiN'UATIONCK ý1ýtEOPEA:N 1 SNEWS. From the Jielbourne correspondent of the Syd ney Alorning Herald.) 'at Thomas Brown has no other papers than hose taken off at Queenscllif. It is stiated in she Port Louls journals that the Calcutta mail 4tenner was detained at Suez for the impor tant news (peace or war) which would result from the decision of the American government being communicated to that of Britain. The Auszrliun mauild will thus have been detained, iud the delay in the arrival ouf the Sutette ccouinted fur. She is prbbably' waiting a: sallo fir th. arrival or the Calnktta u:csner. and she will bring the news all are so anxious to receive. 'I'ho tlcriiiun of bthe 7usehinton .nvernmont would bo' receved in Englnd :arly in :Jnunaryv;, if no naccident oecms red to lie vesscls crossing the Atlantic at the same time:: -iwo regiments of Grenadiers are on their aiy to Canada. The arsenels are working aigh t and day. The Thomas Brown reports the occurrence nihe Indipn Ocean of one ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

-LETTERS.. 'oir' Lellers-Not execerdinig oz, no ; e ucoding ' oz, but not exceeding 1 oz, il ; anut 2d axtr for; a or'ilili tinnnl ounce or, fraction of on ounre Clountry Letirs-Not excedingli oz, 2d exceiiiing' , lbut inot exceedinig 1 oz;:n ; ni 4id every ndiitional iounce or traction of in oupce. I Colonial, laterCIolotida; ann Foreign Lepters (except in special cases given)-Not exceeding I or, d; and od extra for very additionitl lin -ofainor or froctonedof hlf-tonLice. Letters to and froi the United Kingdom.-Not exceedinar I o, od; excceding half-oounr.butot oexedeilliag one ounir, Is. extra for every additoonIl oni0co or traction' ot oloUnce. (is nilrne. PACKETS AND BOOKS. Parkets of iGold tronsritled within the Colony.-.ot exceeding I oz, 4; crcerding ihalf-once ibut not excered lug o1z, l; land Sd extin for every additional ou01co or fraction ofa-on ounce. , i ook Parretsforunlfota, Gibralter, anil Ithe Uiuted King Jons-Not rexceediig, 1oz. id; not exceeiding } lb. '8d and8d...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

The GOLDEN AGE, QUEANDEYAN' AND -MONARO DISTRICTS ADVERTISER, TS PUBLISHED every SATURAY mornng, nt tihe Oflro, lIonaro-strcct, Qucnboyoan nod for. wardd bly tflit doy's Motil to oil parts of the colony. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONY- "II In advance, Os. d.; on Crdit, P s. 8d. per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance, £1. Single copiOes, Od. The Quarters terminate on the 31st Decembaer,3l1cJeta oh, 80th June, and 30thScptember, oaf sohch periods only con Subscribers declina by giing notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current Quarter. Newo Sbsertiber can be recoired at any tinie;and charged/rom the date of. their comntmeentemt . TERMS OF ADVERTISING Two lios or loss of space (Single . *VColumn). 1.Snl . Cl............: ....... i2 .,Sir lines .2................. .......... 2 Eightl es;,or one ionh 3 Zvery additfoiie1 inch, is. 8d. each insertion Jso Adrertisemeot will be bookedfor less than s. On. ulverttoomentn continuea for thrse monihl or mror rcduction or P5 per cent. will b...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

ITALY. The unfortunate Ilagues was caught andi phot, and all his banditti killed and 4li'lcrsed. Tie met hii death bravely, andd confessed to the terrilile deceit which the agent of Francis I, hadl practised towards him antd his fiol 'lowers, by telling thium all was ready for a :nction, which he found out to hisl cost was moast untrue. Chiavone's band had been a! imu t annihilated. U 1';, Vesuvius hasagain commenced its erap tions, nd.vaiirious: shocks of earthqiake haie been felt. The town of Torre del Oireco has almost been destroyed -by the lava streams. Chasms have opened. in the eainth, forming deep gulfs in the Bay of Naples: thei sea re ceding to the distance of fifty metres: 'Tie oimcs' rarrespondent on the Instant' gavd an interesting account of It, On the '24th. Vesuvius was still actively.throwing . p dense columns of ashes, which were carried by the wind as far as Naples, but no fuirtherdisasters ,had occurred.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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DOMESTIC PHYSIC TAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

DOMESTIC. PIHSIC TAKRING. MoTIiEE and ranuix c.O tting their hcads. tgcther,:and having in their mind cer tain indulgences in the shape of sweet meats wlhich young rHopeful had beei perritted to revel in the day previous, come to the conclusion that it would be prudent to givu him, by way of correc tive. a little of tlhat time-honoured com bination aid chiefest ot a'll domestic re medies-sennui and salt., The nauscous draught 'is ready, and nurse taking Johnny on thie knee, andivaoce it to hIris mouth ;"biut no sooner dors, the odour? reach his nostrils tlhain hi. gtarts fill with a loud cry. Motlheir and nurse ink vain endeavoured to persumade the child to swallow the sickly sturf Tossing about,: -kicking ,ne d shriekiung he h sets the best-intentioned efforts a. defiance: sixpences .aud shiping , tempt not, sweetmeats lie repudiates with scorn, find promises of marvellous toys fall unlieeded on his ears. The nurse be ins tobe vevx el . iniierative, and the mothler looks distresses...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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HOW THE GOUT CAME. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

9IwT1HE 1GotT 3D AME. - .That paii: which, yi .feel. in te: joint-1of your'g1great tpe,. co.utliMobnsieuir:Goit,; "has, you flatter' ;yourself, 'teconime rather less since ei ct9 k when dy .t ook-your` l dt-ose, bf 'colP ehicum.$ Quiitek hamistiike, my deart. ir ! The rt;eInbler is; if anything,- morei 8wollen Iandl in fianied thain'ibdfore. !iObscrve po';-I shall tak'e the iberty of inse'ting. this little; iwl just by the way of., probe:;,. Aha! , iti makes you wince !--; A very good sign that, however,:since.it pioyes that there is no 'grourd for ap prelienridiig immediate mortifica tion. Now, do you kinow why ,t is that your toe is so 3singu arl" sensitive ?Y I': tell you. You iineniber;, thrcee years ago, ordering a batch: of Burgundy"! Previous.to that -time you had been in very good health, for our j had plenty. of: occupation and little leisure-for gluttony or in e-b ibbin , your''meanii s wver limited, and during thie h:olidays you took a sufficiency of pedes trian xercise. ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Gents from Poets. THE FOUR ERAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

:2.1&nkrod31 cis.o .;,X aTHE TOa; ERAS.: 'TuE days of infiancy arie all a dream, fHQwfair, but oh hlow short they seem : "r 'Tfs life's sweet opening Spring ! The dayA ofouth advanc: The bounding limb, the ardent glance, The kindlini so'uklthev bring Iti life's burning Sumnjer time. Manhood-matured with wisdomns fruit, Reward of learning ' dep purslit-. Succeeds, as Autumai follow's suimmier s prime AndThnt .aimtit,"alas 'Yoes y;' And -#hat en'bieg?=-The languid eye, 'The failiiig frime the soul o'erceast; ('Tis 3Yinters sickening,-withering-blast- Life's blest season--ror '-it is the last.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY: Before the Police Magistrate, W.F. Hayley, A. Cunningham, and J. J. Wright, Esqrs., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

o0c;il Intcllig ig lC: t( ¶ a! COURT. OF REQUESTS. , h TuuosDDAY: Before the Police Magistrate, W. F. Hayley, A. Cunningham, and.J 3 t J. Wright. Etigrs., J,P. tl There wore twenty-four -plaints enotered on 'r the list, hut most 'of them were settled or ar- C rangetl for. witlon i-being hbrought into court. Thile followig were adjudicated:- c 'otHxI'SO V. 'PALM5R. It Planintiff stied.. for. the rccovrv of £8, his tl profestionial charge for the prelimninary survey of 820 eorrs' of land prior to the fret' seloc tion. Delindant enltploved plaintilf in Jan. i tust to do the work, anid his charge, was necor- c ding to tihe scale allowed by the Government to surveyors ii their employ; he did not think it extravagant. AhIr. Surivenor appeared for the defendant, u and asked plaintiff if he did not work some times by the diay: plaintiff replied. No. In answer, to the Bench., plaintiff said there was no sp'cial agrenoment. as"to t the rice to r be charged : it was his uI.u iI char'a for pre ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

Notice., AT a preliminn ry Meoting of the f 1eudI' of Mbr. VILLIAM U NEILL It was reaoIvcd.that a PUBLIC 'MEETING Lo Loll iu the ODDDELLOWS' HALL. A'r t.bOV, inTo tIi Info nnnRkoerrntion 10 test mido of{ rElll 'h lljlulR ()II I ontlomnn ccwll.hr a tlknt .Ofd rr'fwirt and riz pnm hroriuue to his wal'ircuaza ftom Qneunll yut PRIME BEEF' I I 14 To the Inhabitants of the Town of Queanboyan. THE undersigned will be prepared to e11, Ml . U after ?lie- tot1 il atht. Prime Beef,2 d. per 1. CJr Cash; if Credit, not to eveced one week. REUBEN 'RUSSELL, 3utchery, next door t6 Mri W. IHtitr's Inn. TRINCOLA PL'ACE . ,QUEANBEYAN.: 8th March, 1802. DAVID R.. MI TPTON,: I TAILOR,afu Opposite ` the _.Oddifellows' -Hall; QUEANBEYAN. All orders promptly attended to. QuCeanbeyan District Hoepital. T H'E Quarterly. Meeting of' the . Coinmiltte of the-aliove oInstittinn wil be held in the Court House; THIS AFTER NOON at Three o'clock.: ;a SJOHN GALE; Hon. Sec._ Mif EETING of the Preshyterian C 'hurch' Co...

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