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THE LATE PRINCE ALBERT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

£RE 'LATE PRINCE= ALBERT ALDERT, 'PANEzAUGUST -.ARL-EMAtIEl PaINoE CONBORT, AND DUeit.Ot1 SAXE-CO BtIo-GornIA, was next brother and heir-prr sunptiv to tll DuInke Snsxe-Cobu.rg, whor ancestors were, 1rgri es hr Meisseen in th twelfth centnry~and Electors of the Empir from 1425 to .147, when:the electoral diguit passed over io.ihs erolleltinw d'so of this honse whose present head is the Kini of Saxony. Prince Albert was born August, 26, 1819, at 1s: cstle u0 'tar Liau. Atiel receiviuga i.tto roiighl ~(In, "i.* i'shie Lao' i' ^lartirrats' !it'ri. he entered the University of Bonn on the 3rd 'f 1: n. " .:7, u5 a ,ttodemi nt lil~rispr .ie' A asill hou:se, of mostslmpleanspect, standing behind soese young trees, on one side of thi itili't il atit bond, is shuln i as the residenti of his Royal HilghIness d.ring his university ouorse. -lHere, surrounded by the memoriala ifitcitent Chrlstendioim, and in view of th: ih:stornical Rhine. thelrine was said to blanv LIto.iied himself to the stud...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Country News. CRICKET MATCHES. BETWEEN THE GUNDAROO AND COLLECTOR CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

eottntrU leus. r CRICKET hMATCHlES BETWEEN TIAE OUNDAROO AND COL.LECTOnT cIeBs. not (From a Correspondent.) ad As I did not see "Your own" on the cricket' n ground for purpose of reporting the above Iani matches, perhaps you will have no objection pe to insert a few remarks from myself thereon.. . as I was an eve-witness.to them from begin- oe ping to end. I may mention that it was pre- ptnt viously arranged for Gundaroo to play Collee-4 the tor on the 20th, Gininderra to he here and kin play Collector on the 27th, and Gundaroo toi do: play Gininderra on the 28th; but the matches Out as thus arranged did not come off through the wit Gininderras nut keeping their'appointments.. of lns The first day, Wednesdiay, vas, as stat,,ed.. to devoted to the match between Collector andl' Gundarnoo; and at the conclusion of thc, game'r c Gundaroo was declared victir by L5l rue.* ca after' which all hands departed fur Mr. Styles', sr where a splen.id dinner was awaiting them, bs which, I must.say...

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

I GREECE. The assassin Douslos, who' attempted to murder, the'Quced, has becn .condemnedd to death. . Front Telegramis t our Contemporaries Syclney~,.Tluendnl, , Q25 pz~m. Nnas trom Amcrken, via Meihout no, to the 16th Doeclmber. Tlere won grrat co'(cltem nt inl conarquenre of E lenll demninling the :return of the Comwnirsionors. . Ibhe i .ooe I'deIaont. lut the President d1ispooad to ie con illatory. Ministers also defltnt.: Or"nt' fre at Charlcatowit, and'one hanlf the cityi 1.urlw4. A clegromn hasbee received ty 11we-Go \'crnnu-ut fr·om Melb~ourne, annognening thee nrricu) of the ship Ali redit. OQwaid frout Culilulnhi, bltlufulug mt tU± o lu I iii, Jun, Repoirtsa Cay the .tthu'icnptrcci (gulaa,-bion tin have 1on g sss V ug* iur that' thewu will bue war. .

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

BOOKS, BOOKS. BSGEORGE ROBERTSON'S "I'Niw General Catalogue IS NOW RIADY, 184 pages 8vo, price 1/. posted, 1/0. T HIS OCifaT ie - gives the title; . size, and price obf illtbho.iew and stan dard books in overy department of literature; on sale byG. R., andis.,sparranged npsto form a very useful nianual forintending pnrchasers of, books. GEORGE ROBERTSON, Iihporter' of Books and Stationery, 888; George-street, and G 6, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. t .:NEWMIARET t :".E IIORSEI Ri PO'SXITORY. V . ;.Gilbert and:Co., -AUCTIONEERS ý. AND COMMISSION S AGENTS, : IIold DAILY SALES 'of 'HORSES and" CARRIAGES, O ppositetke seiool of Arts. PITTI- STREET,: SYDNEY. 0.' B.',isBSWORII,T ,"_ ro duce A .iiclioiieer S ABND ' WOOL BROKER, CIR LAR "Q'UAY;, SYDNE Y. . '?'Advances hni de on Produce sent for Sale br Shipment. -PARKER AND BATES'S' ,CARBET.:.AND 1'LOOR-CLOTI S WAREHOUSES, 355, George-street, & 277, Pitt-:street (Near fuarket-street,) SYDNEY: CA ETS, icaitih-r igs, floor clgths,.matti...

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

UNPLEASANT SWIMMING Co- PANIONS., (Fron Captain Mayne Reed's " Hero in Spite;of HIlpsce.") A snfAmIU may be driven off for a time by the efforts of n human enemy, butit is nattural voracity..will soon impel him to .return. t tihe att'ick. When the Iodin; e, therefore, rose, to the sur faice of the6.water regemnbering his old practice ns ai pearl diver-he cast round him a glance of, cauition: Having houted back to his companioin in mis ortune some, wordsivhichi. the latter had indistinctly heard,. hea placed his knife between hIis teeth, and'swain siraiglt onward. It was not. fenr 'that caused him to take this precaution. It was merely, an act. of. :habitual prudence. As he struck out, fiom the canhoe he perceived that two monsters of th cdscdp far more formidable. than those of the forest, were proceeding in the same dl iection a.s hinselt. QIu -was, about wenty-fetfiowr li<ith on thieright; ind the other appeared at an. equal distance from hitn on the -left,; and both we...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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ENGLISH NEWS to 26th DEC Death of Prince Albert. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

ENGLISH NEWS fo 26th DEC Death of Prince Albert. PREPARATIONS, FOR WAR WITH AMERICA. The followinig itelligeince, from telegram to the Sydney papers, was issued as an Extro ordinary td a portion of our Suibscribers on Monday. r By the Thomnas Brwn, which arrived at 8 o' clock this. [ThursdsayImrning from iintl.e Mauritius, importatn news to the 26tlh Di cember has: been received by' way, of .el bourne. The lamtented death of Prince Albert ticl place un the lth DI)ecmber at Windsoi Castle, from typhus fe er. ThI Governor of Miiuritius had received instructions to prepare for war. Man-of-war sent fir tfroni Setchelles. - The Etiperor'of the French had declared that the outrage on the British flag ought sto be punished unless satisfaction was given. .:Warinot actually ideclared,, no comnuni catiun received on the subject from America but prepartions were being actively made in Ein land. - Thef;llowiigs which reached uis last night, is hopefulfor the cause aof piiicei leibliurne, Thutsd...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Collector, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 March 1862

- POSTAL ARRANGEMENTBS.: Goulburn, Colleotor, Gundaoo, Ginindoarrl, and SQueanbeyan. Leave Goturn every Sutnany and Thursday, at 5 asnau arriving at Collector at 0 a.m., at Gundaroo at Ip sm., at Cinjlderra at 4.45 p.m., and at Quacnbeynan it .30 p.m. oni the sane diays, Leave Qucanheyan every Tuesday nadSatiurday at 5 n.ni.· arriving at Ginindlerra at 7 a.m.,at Gundnroo ant lln.m., at Collector at 2 p.m, and at Goulburn at 0 p.m., on thq samne days. _ -/uennbeyan, Micalago, Banyan, and Coomra. Leavn Quennheyan every Moenday, Wednesday, and Satur -dlay at 10 n-m., arriving nt.Mihcnlago, at 4 p-m., and de, parting thence at 4.30 p-m., arriving at 11 p-n., on the sanme days, and at: Cooma at i a.m. on the folloawin days. Leave Coama on Sundays, Tuesdaysn, andridays, at 0 p-m., arriving at Bunyan at 7 p-mn. on thie same days, and at Mlicalago at lain., and Qucanbeyan at 8 i-m. on tihe followiang days. , Boro, Bungondore, and Quenihbyan. Leave loroa onioiday, e.edneday, and Satirdar, at...

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

(ljieni at ifnt411 i nt e. WVAr FREE SE.LECTIOS Is DoING UP TIu D CLARENCE RIVER.-The Ciareneo anld R ch mond fIdependent says :-Theo banks of the CluTience show conslpicuously the advantage loge of the late free selection purchases.. The little steamer Ulmarra went down the river o TuesdayI laden with bricks, liattens, and hinigle", for lUilding purposes on Woodford Island. Four tfiti us are being cleared on the opposite side of the Elbow. 106 acres have Ieen taken up by a Preslyterlan minister (at present risidinig at Lawrence) at Farmner'd Is uand, and on many other portions of land. The cleared spaces indicate. the earnestness with which the new purchasers are advancing their interests, and giving indications of fiu ture welfare and prosperity to the district. A large number of white ash staves have been recently made at the Elbow by Mr. Stewart. Although the taking up of the lands will pro bably interfere with this branch of trade, there is a very considerable.demand both in th...

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

GUNDAROO. (From our own Correspondent.) ALARMING AND FATAL ACOIDENT.-I am sorry to inform you that an accident occurred in this place on Friday last, by which a fine man in the prime of life, 35 years of age, came to his death. It appears that a respec table family named Drake,were on their way from Bells Creek, Braidwood, to Wagga Wagga, with two horses and a dray, the de ceased driving the team, his wife and children riding in the dray, two men, mates of decease, walking some hundred yards behind. The cause of the accident was this:--The back- chain of the shaft horse, a young one, became   unhooked on one side, causing the shafts to fall in some measure, which started the horses and made them bolt. Deceased holding on by the shaft lhorses and endeavouring to reach   the leader, fell, and one of the wheels passed over his body, the horses continuing their mad career for some distance when the dray caught against a stump and capsized. Mrs. Drake and childr...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Collector, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

POSTAL ABRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Collootor, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and *Queanbeyan. Leave Goulburn every Sunday and Thursday, at 6 a.m. arriving at Collector at n.ma., at Gundaroo at Ip m., at Gininderra at 4.45 p.m., and at Qucanbeyann at 6.30 p.m. on the same days, Leave Qucanbleyan vcery Tuesday and Saturday at 6 n.m., arriving at Giainderra at n a.m., at Gandaroo at 11 a.m., at Collector at 2 p.m, and at Goulburn at 6 p.m., on the same days. Queanaeyei, Mioalago, Bunyan, and Cooma. Leave Queanbhyan every lMonday, Wednesday, and Satur day at 10 a-m., arriving at Micalago, at 4 p.m., and de parting thence at.4.30 p-an., arriving at 11 p.m., on the same days/and at Cooma at 1 a-m. on the following days. Leave Coama on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays, at 0 p.m., arriving'at Bunyan at 7 p-in. on the same days, and at Mlicalago at I a-m., and Queanbeanu at' 8 n-m. on the following days. Boro, Bungendore, and Queanbeyan. Leave Born on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at I? a-.m., arriving ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

PECTORAL OXYX1EL -OF CARAGHEEN, A Preparationfrom Iriseh Moss. THIS invaluable Medicine has T the extraordinary property of immedi ately relieving Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, and Huskiness in the Throat ; it operates bydissolving the congealed Phlegm, causing a free expectoration.. Those who are troubled with that.tickling in' the throat, which deprives them of rest night after night by the incessant cough which it pro vokes, will, by taking one dose, find Immedi ate relief; and one bottle will, in most. cases, effect a cure. In ASTIIlMAS, CHRONIC COUGHS, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING, &c., the cures that have been performed are truly won derful; many who for ycams have been unable to lie down in their beds without danger of being choked by an accumulation of Phlegm, (which invariably causes a dreadful cough), and others, who only with dimficulty could breathe at all in a recumbent posture, have, by taking one dose of the PECTORAL OXY MEL OF CARAGHEEN, been...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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NEW UNIFORM FOR THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

NEW. UNIFORM FOR THE POLICE. Tau reorganization of the police force being about to take effect in a few days,. new uniforms are to °be worn- by the constables as well as by the 'officers of various ranks who are to be appointed.: The constables are to have two suits 'of clothes, one intended for a summer dress to be of thinner material than that now worn; the coat to be a kind of jumper and worn loose; there will be no fac ings to the coats, and the uniforms of the horse and foot police will corres pond. The cap will resemble that worn by Prussian :soldiers,' with two project ingpeaks--the one td'keep the sun from the eyes, and the otF.er.to drive the rain off the back'; the cap will be made of blue cloth, and covered in" hot weather with a havelock, and when raining with oilskin. "'The senior sergeant will be distinguished by three chevrons on the lower part of the right arm,and a crown above them;' an ordinary sergeant will have the same without the crown;: and a senior constable ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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AN ELOPEMENT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

AN ELOPEMENT AND ITS CON .. SEQUENCES. AT the Central Police Court, in Syd ney, on Friday last, the 28th ultimo, John Hargraves was brought before the Bench by Detective Scarlett, who deposed that yesterday he exe cuted a search warrant at prisoner's residence in a place off Bathurst street, and there found blankets, wearing apparel, drapery, hosiery goods, some cutlery, and sundries, which James Nugent, who accom panied him, claimed as having been stolen from his store at Gunning, with other goods, and valued them at about £10 ; he charged pri soner with having stolen these goods, and witness thereupon took him in to custody. Prisoner denied the tbking, and alleged that Nugent's wife.brought the goods to the house. Mrs. Nugent, who cohabits with the prisoner, said that she took the goods and brought them to the house. .James Nugent, deposed that he had been fourteen days in Sydney from Gunning, where he carried on business as a store and inn keeper ; prisoner was for some months in...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TWO PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

TWO PICTUKRES. FIRTas--A KIC LIVING.-The richest benefice in the Church, of England is Doddington rectory, with March curacy, Cambridgeshire, in the Diocese of Ely. The annual value of this living is 7,8001. The, present incunib'ent, the Rev. Alger Peyton (Patron to Sir H. Peyton, Bart.) has held th'eliving since the'year 1811, so. that up to the present time he has, in the nggregate, received no less a sum, '365,300 The population in 1851 was 9,703. SEcoND-A Poor CLERGYMAN.---he privations we have undergone. and. are still enduring would` suipass your.be lief. My only suit of clothes is thread bare, and I lhavee no shoes to my feet. I feel dee ly humiliated ,at being obliged to make such a confession. 'There" is before us the prospect of starvation du ring the dreary season .0of.in?tere 'My head is fullUto 'bursting.: * The particulars of the first' of *these cases are from the Clergy.List; of the second, from the Report of thei. Poor Clergy Relief'Siociey." Let them hang. together...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

HOUS E HOLD' FUR?NITU'RE - r,: A.braham.: Levy~yri ITT~ been, Aivourcld with hirinstiaons :%froth S .1?, SS, AL4~I KE, to,sellbyi:'id :<)>t -1, BL., , A1. TCTI.. f "` OGn the PrOiuises, ALFRED COTT ldGE, Near theflr\iGge,:Queanbhyamiby t id. On IV[OND'A ,31h 1'6f !a. , .'" w'e ol celogk, ". ' 1 a I l'lal ,,-,''TED . 1ose-, '. ,.~~.wood(ottage? Qot 'irr, octaves ... :" - Uly- IIopldoni Regent-s?.rci t C i dar Tatbls;. cdilyine :." . Forms ijtbrf . SEglt capital Chairs ; -' :';, :-nonElnsydlt L .i't ' , ..i,,iSeel Eingri gs.., , , .:, .,! aio.n : . . , I; " trptchers , :, ,ý " t . • -. i . tbhs'd tmtapds: ;:.?, !),F'. ? j:O 3,:;, SChaimber Servlcea , ? :,li;q . .. S"Dressiing Tables ". . S Lo:.., ' ' glass ,jiL. "0'" t' , ,rckery r I, : ,d i e Kitchen ii.. t ' St. Patrtlk sa-nn, .' i -,.': PROSPECTU,' S m', , dN a 4,a; oriias G PO andj Y. ARD IAN` 't· o a ;oliE coinpcte a person Icli va,'ged will be gMMUi I"* wHE,,wan't •of; .a Dirdatof '` i t oaining, theoaddressb df:ti...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER "NORTHAM," WITH ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 26th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

ARIRIVAL" OF THE .MAI:t STEAMER " NO RTHAM,'' .TITH ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 26th JANUARY. Tai, following we take from an extra ordinary published by the " Goulliurn. Chronicle," oa Wednesday : The Balclutha, with the Northam's mail, arrived at Adelaide at 12 o'clock last night, and reports that the Northarn neither heard nor saw anything of the missing steamship Bombay, which sailed from Galle, on the 21st January, for Melbourne, with the December mail. The Australian November mail was delivered in London on the 13th aind 21st January.-. The Queen's health continues good. The King of the Belgians is on a visit to the Queen. Addresses, of :condolence to .-I-Ier Majesty from all parts of the United Kingdom, and froni every place where Englishmen :are congregated still con tinue 'to be forwarded. A national monumental structure is to be erected to the memory of' his late Royal Highness the Prinice Consort. A 'fearful accident has occulrred at the IIattle Colliery, by which several' were ki...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

AMERICA. The Government of the United States distinctly and unquestionably declares that no directions were given by them to Captain Wilkes or any other naval officers to arrest Commis sioners Mason and.Slidell. , : ' .: The couintry is very bitter at-:having to surrender the two commissioners. The population of Canada, including all races, colours, and parties, rose as one man, and .commenced to organise a system of defence. ThIe Federals have destroyed the main channel of -Charleston, by sinking sixteen vessels lhiden with stones. Great indignation had been expressed;by both ,Englanndand "France." .. The Confederate .Congress passed a bill probibiting the importation of ne groes.

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FUNERAL OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

' i:FU.N'IERAL:OlifO:IRINCE ALBERT.:' .No ,algr:pomp .and parado :was to :boe la vished uppn one who by thehig]cst intelloc teral ii'tsfof msiwld' ciithivtod p thIl highest degrsc by unliouiidcd afiiilaityii, by a love of ill, things: great and beautiful, aid by rthe constant practice of tlio,'truest domdstic vir tees, ,nd engnbled the Court to which he was called, and won.tlohe supreme nafeiction of the wihole nlation. A inrco like this, a man like this, did not stand in !need of a':orch-light funoral, or of tlloseme'ediival pIageaitrics so loved, and courted by other nmonarchs ; he knos. that lie had loft behind him an.example of domestic virtue and the hYihest fuillilnent of duty, the memory of wlhich wil live in the hearts of all, viichl coiild not lhe inreased by aoytlingithlatlithe 'po0nl of 'fincerald could bestow'. rAll.wris simple as'beca'me hiscalmi and philosophic mind. There wasp no osten tatious, ying in state ; a shoirt and becoming procession from thel Castle ot' Viin...

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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

)L" obn s AE"' Ofice,' Maric 16. 7 .Mr.. . Lrvroreports saie of household far-" iltore and cffcrts the property of AMr. W. .O'NS'ill, nas havirg realised very good prices considering lhe dulnro ctf the times. o- The Prers, qsoed er?ow , rtre refernvre only to troraec lioes erlwrr:f te prdrerr andfr ir purclaser. Q'EA.'TT.;A04 ' IATICET. 'sour, per ton, fine £17; seconds, £10 ; ratieos. £1i. -'d., s d a d it' ra r hIuhel l 4 0 to 5. , Pt 1 .toI,.. . ... .... . 1 8 to 0 0 )1,8rr, dito ... ... ... ... 4 0 to 5 0 ]'hrl*t..di1to ... ... ... ... 4 0 to 4 6 Outs diio .... .... 6 0 to 0 0 l.s Ta, er ton . .. 41. to 5. O0 J t.flter (sol:) U0 tto 0 0 I lacon. ... 0 0 to' 0 7 Cheese, ... 0 f to 0 7 e Ogg, ... 0 5 to 0. 9 Pinttors. per ota ... to. .FTt nttler..!l. 10s. to 71. 10s.; olves, 11. IGs, nor head. EOetp. I, A. to 50.. per beond; Pigs. td. per pound . lihJcs, 4. d to t?. cohli SItepskins. 4td. to Od Ib Tdllnw. per tonl. 08?. to ?0l., for good sipslnp t . Caninge, per ton,--Svdnv to On:...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Expressly adapted for the District of Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 March 1862

S. ,GARDENERS' CALENDAR. E?.jresly ad4pted for the Dijtric of Queanleyan. fAncIr.-Sow onions for spring crop, spinclh, radish, coss lettuce and white cablbage lettuce. This is a good mouth for sowing York cabbage for a spring crop. Earth up celery well this month, taking care to collect the plant well together; this ust be done on dry dr day.

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