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Local & Provincial Intelligence. CRICKET MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Local and Provincial Intelligence.       CRICKET MEETING. Owing to a press of matter we were last week compelled to hold over an account of a meeting called for the purpose of promoting the   interests of Cricket throughout the district, and, which was held at Mr. Lee's, the St. Patrick's Inn, on Thursday evening the 18th inst. During the day a game was played   between the elevens chosen from the Queanbeyan Gininderra, and Gundaroo clubs, Mr. Wm. Davis and Mr. Streets heading the two   contending sides. A very close game was the result, Mr. Davis' side leading their   opponents by eight runs at the close of the first   innings, the scores being 107 and 99. In con- sequence of the unfavourable state of the   weather, the match was not resumed on the   next morning, Friday, as was intended. The   play on both sides were very fair for the &...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Letters to the [?] [It must be distinctly understood that [?] to our Correspondents [?] do not [?] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 27 October 1860

Letters to the Editor. [It must be distinctly understood that by giving publicity to our Correspondents' communications we do not neces-               sarily endorse their opinions. It is requested that, whether or not Correspondents choose to affix their signatures to articles offered for insertion, every writer will authenticate his communication by giving his name to the Editors, otherwise such communications cannot be inserted.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. SIR,--In the "Goulburn Chronicle" of the 17th inst.         appears a letter signed "A Queanbeyan Storekeep-     er" to which I would (?) have replied before now had it not been (?) Mr Moran to have the first say in reply; and now that he has, in the     above paper of Wednesday last, replied, I feel bound to offer a few remarks, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

SNEW L PTUNT ON THE MIurrumbibgee River BEST ROAD TO KIANDRA. SNOWY RIVER. The undersigned, having placed ; a Punt on the Murrumbidgee, at the Junction of the Qucanbeyan River, are now prepared to pass over DRAYS, HORSES, & PASSENGERS. ;Parties going to Kiandra will find this Road liyBrindabella, 70 MILES SHORTER than that by Cooma, much better than that by Naas Valley, and quite as short. The route from Queanbeyan will be any of the roads down the Queanbeyan River; and the distance from Queanbeyan to Kiandra about 75 MILES. M'LAREN & SPARROW. 29th October, 1860. Notice. T he public are hereby cautioned not directly or indirectly to ibterfere with any of the- Stock or other: Property be longing to the estate* of the late GEORGE BLEWITT of the Burra, in the District of Queanbeyan; or to purchase from ang person any of said Stock or Property, until the Su preme Court decides as to the disposal of the same, application being about to be made for the deceased George Blew...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Odds and Ends. THE PET LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

(Odds- and Ondz. ----0- THE PET LAMBS. The day was Ifding fast-its hours were nearly seal'd I head a voice: it said, "Yield, ye great ones, yield!" And, looking in the house before me, I espied The famous Robertson, with rich squatters at his side. Amid that great assembly, bold John stood forth alone;. The Land Bill in his hand he held, and in a manly tone The listening Senate he addressed, as, in a powerful strain, To a bit of this great earth of God's he urged the poor man's claim. The brave, good Premier Robertson-a patriot staunch nd ' true- . . I watched him with delight, as eloquent he grew Inbattling for the poor man's rights; and ere he turned I away, Once more le ey'd the great land Icings, and thus to them did say;, "What ails youh? To give up thelana yousurely can afford; Is it not well with yon-well both for bed and board;. Your nests yon have already made, & nicely lin'd them too; Rest, then, rich squatters, rest,what is't that aileth you? What is it you would ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

WEEKLY CALENDAR. fayis of thoVe cck . lSun rises Sun sets Age. NATURD ov. 3 5 8 6 31 18 SUNDAY.:......... . 4 5 8 6 32 10 MONDAY 6 7 6 33 20 TUESDAY:.:.:... .. 0 34 21 WEDNESDAY.. 7 5 .5 6 35 22 TILU1tSDAY..A;.. °.. 8 4 6 36 23 -. TIDAY . 5 4 0 37 24

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

TO"TO`CORRESPONDENTS: A I anG-ERON and S. S.-hoit have said some good things, and your 'conplaints atre true. to some extent, although perhaps too strongly expvessed. No one, of any colonial experienc, oill endors, your opinion that squatting and squattersishauld have no place amongst us. Were such an event to transpire, one of our leading staple interests, the wool trade, would. cease; and the trade in live stock, scarcel, inferfor, 'be permanently injured. The abuses you refer to are certaunly in existence; but many of them are aboutto be removed, and we have every reason to be. lieve thata better state of things will be shortly intro. ducetld. : Communications from 1F. O'N. and i. O. and also -sunch ieterestiag local matter received late in theweek,arereluc tantly postponed until our next issue.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

A Sale of Crown Lands 1 ill be held at the ulu cei' mentioned place on Wednesday the 28th day of November, 1860. COOMA, at, the Police Office. TOWN LOTS. County of Wellesley: Forty-tiro lots (2 roods cach) ifi the towvn of Nimmitabel, parish of Nimmitabel i Allotments 1 to 38ind-7 to 10 of section 25. ,, 1,.2; and; 6 to 10 of section 27 ~ 6 to 10 of section 37. ,, 8 to 10 of. section 40 f ,, 2 and 10 of section 42. - 3 of: section43: 5 of. section.44. 1 to 5, 8 and 9 of section 40 1 to 9 of section '50. Upset price, £8 per acro. See Government Gazette No; 185 . 4gyQRTi. :ifl.uCMN Storekeepersj Towie and m . Country Buyers.: GREAT CLEARING SALE O0 5 BANKRUP'T S'OC .X FR1NCIS' .GILES aji:c GO. AB lu1~ iavixig purcliised' the wlible of the Stock of WALTHAM, RUSH and CO. at a discount of Fifty per cent; off cost puce will. hold; a GREAT CL ,1ING SALE of tie same at thei PremisesL ENISON HO USE, George street, commencing on Thursday next, the 1st of November. Attention is invited to the ...

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

QUEANBEYAN W-IOLESA E PRICES: URREN FiolOU.-Fine, r to ; secondS"£ J88 BjurA.-D:. 9d5 to BaikN.-1s. 8(., to Ts. Od pnr bushel. AIZEizE-5s. (3. to 6s. Gd. per bushel BALnY .--4s: G. to 5s. 6(. OATS 8s: G6d.por bushel. fAr.-£S por ton. BUJTTER.-is 6d: por lb i CAEES.--9d. to 1Od. perit BAcoN.-Gd. to 88 per lb. Eaos.-is. Gd.t is.Odper dioen s PoTArTOES -£7 to £8 pot to: : FAT UAitsm - £G1 0s' t9 £7 lOs pei head. CALVES £1 156.4perl iead.:G a ' in SiWEIc .10s. to02Os pcr head: . Pios: (dl pcrib "1'' - ? pa did T'`Aoow.-36sl per ton; for good sanples. flizwn SGs:sto 7e. ach. SIIcErascIw 4d id..to(3d perrlb. CAOiRIAOE1'ER ToN.-Syqnoeyto Queanboyan, £17. to £.18; Qucanboyan to Coolna, £6 to `r£7; Qucanboyan to ELust o1 1Vest Defil 'Ion (Russell a), £14 to £15, Quenbeyan to liandria, X22t' 24. QOTATIO HE I FINE FLOU £40 J ton. * /* SECORDS.......... .*88* tis d BiLAg)..J r... i.6. tols 9d5. y POLLArD.....)/....... 2s.1por bushel. / GiuN wo ........... 1.,91. Tl bushel " GOLDEN AaGE'Oflice, ...

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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

ARD NING ,CALENDAR, TOIL TIEMONTHS OF NOVEMIIBE AND DECEMBER. Clcar away weeds; sow ttrnip on pena' ground, first rain after Christims. uIub shoots off vines, and-nip off tops whe six" feet long.

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QTJEAN~iEYAN X Arivals. Fromn SYI3NEY, out Goulburn and Thiagendorc, Suniday, Mondty: Wedne~sday, Thursday; Friday; aud Saturday ~at 9aam.a y 1 rom GOULBURN, ria Collector, Gundaroo. and Gin. ilderra, Wednesday and Saturday, at 6.30, pa.m Troma COOMA, Sunday Monday, nuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturdny at 8 a .in From LAN YON, ,Wdncsday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Departuras. To SYDNEY, li Bungeitdore and Goulburn, Sunday, Mon day, Tuesday; Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 8-;30 a m. To GOV L13,UtN, via Ginindcrrm, Gundaroo, and Collec torj Sunday and Thursday; at 6 a.m. ' 'To'COOMA; vit- Micalago, Sunday, MondayWednesday, j_ Tlursday, Friday, and Saturday at 10 a.m. To LANYON, Sunday and Thursday at 3 p.m. ? Letters or dispatch to Sydcyor Goulburn must be posted odithelpreuious evening by 8 o'clock. 0= - The Post-Office at Queanaeyaa will be opened on SUNDAYS from U. to 10.1fin the mttrniif, instead of from 2 to 3 Its the afternoon, as herltofore. October ...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. By theniuail *aiu",.Lord Woisley, news has been eei'e Cri'i Tnranaki to the 12th October. "TheComnmandri" reports that on thal day at7Yf 0 f a. in., lie spoke II.M.SS Corldelia layfg to off Kmahihi; saw !the Bri- 'tish camp on shore, theitroops working up to a pah in skirinishiing order. At 0 30 a. m. ar rived iat New Plymiouth.I During theoday news camne in of the capture of thice pahs without thi loss of t minlnn-the loss on the side of the Maories being uiiknowun.I. General Pratt is go ing to follkw..thoni to Waria, seventeen milesa south of NewPly.moiitli.. lie has sent for teii days' proviisions. )On the same-day news came 'in that theWaikgttibes, from, 800 to 1000 strong, are on the way '6 the Waltern dis;a fighting ground, and hare sent a messenger to tribes south of New Plymtouth ;(the Ngatirila-. ui aisnd Taranald)-, to meet them aningh Watera, as the advance' guard ivill lie up in' a week. Much alarmu-is experioiiced iipAucland on this stccouhnt.: I...

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GOULBURN. Goulburn, 31st October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

4 GOULBURN. (From our owon Correspondent.] Goulburn, 31st October, 1860... Tnn defeat of the Ministry and the probable contingencies arising out of it at present ab sorb a good deal of the conversation of the day, the "ayes" and the " noes" each zealously. advocating their peculiar political creed, and,. speculating on the possibility of an appeal to the country, discuss with more or less freedom the claims of supposed candidates for the sup posed emergency. The weather, famed in all ages for its, fickleniess, is more then usually changeable with a strong prediction for heavy wet.' On Sunday last, towards sundown we had qiuite a storm accompanied with peculiar phenomena. The sun shining bright on the western sky re flected on the castern hills through the des cending rain, an indescribably beautiful glow -while looking towards his declining majesty you beheld the big, copious tear drops of the clouds falling obliquely with a regularity, density, and, distinctness that surprised thos...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Court of Requests, Queanbeyan. THRSDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, II. Hall, and A. Cunningham, Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

- THiRSDAY Before the Police Magistrate, H. fall, and A. Guininitighake, Eiqs "' J. J. Wright v. PVtCe Coinoly. No appear ance. J;;4; wright v. JosopI MIassey. =No ap pearancyn ý ) , , Tlimast IKccne v. W: Wallace: Plaintiff sued for balance off wages. Verdict for plain tiff; 12/ and'3p:costs. .Wittess' expqses al lowed. r r

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

MARRIED       On the 30th ult., at Christ Church, Queanbeyan, Mr. Michael Duff, to Mrs. Dudley.   [This is the first marriage celebrated in the new edifice.]  

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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

(91tr pgalt (9x tiaqis. -0--- Inton DIcTIoNAnY.-Lords Kildare, Dun raven, and Talbot of Malahide have associated themselves with Drs. Todd, O'Donovan, and other Irish scholars, to promote the compiling and printing of a native Irish Dictionary. They have about £500 in hand. Imprisoned in dirty undeciphered papers, in the midst of skean?, axes, croziers, rings, and skulls, lies, in the Royal Irish Academy, all that. remains of the old national and poetic life of Ireland., These remains consist of old songs, old idioms, of which the inflexions are forgotten, often.ths words unknown. They are dead to the world. No key to the mystery of their sense exists, for the Irish has no dictionary worthy of the name. We have heard it said there. are but two thoroughly good Irish scholars in Ire land. We know that the Brehon Commission depends on one or two lives. How many. Englishmen can read the Four Masters with out a translation? How many Irish ? We hope soon to hear of the success of Lord Kil...

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THE DOMESTIC MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

:THE DOMESTIC MISSION. The Quarterly Review, in addition to its political function of administering merited castigation dto Mr. Disraeli, and bringing balm to his .vounds in. shape of umerited abuse by 1Mr. Gladstone, finds'space, from time to, time, for the treatmnent of, important social questions An excellent article in the current number is deioted"to the description of a movement for the amelioration of the lowest portion of the London poor, of which the principles are so simple and so sound, that -we shall avail ourselves of the re viewer's, assistance, ad esent some account of it to our readers.? Some three years' go a beinevolent lady, desiroifs prolntin tib irculation of, the Scriptures among the poor of St. Giles's, made enquiries- for a female agent fitted to undertake the duty: City missionary brought under her notice a person who, in the article to which we owe these particulars, is styled Marian. Her history was strilking. Her father was a drunkard who broke her mother...

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Gems from Poets. THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

-0- THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. Under a spreading chesnut tree The village smithy stands; The smith a mighty man is he, With large and sinewy hands, And the muscles of his brawny arms Are strong as Iron bands. His hair his crisp, and black, and long. His face is like the tan, His brow is wet with honest sweat, He earns whate'er he can, And looks the whole world in the face, For he owes not any man. 'Week out, week in, from morn till night; You can hear his bellows blow, You can hear him swing his heavy sledge With measured beat and slow, Like sexton ringing the old kirk chimes, When the evening sun is low. And children coming home from school Look in at the open door; The love to see the flaming forge, And hear the bellows roar, And catch the burning sparks that fly Like chaff from a threshing floor. He goes on Sunday to the Church, And sits among the boys; le hears the parson pray and preach, He hears his daughter's voice, Singing in the villsge choir, And it makes his heart rejoice. I...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

SATURDAY, NONVEMB1fER 3,1860. .ITHE principle of Free. Selection" before Survey, contained in the 13th clause of Mr. ROBEirTSON's Land 'Alicnation Bill, was: undoubtedly the lest of its features ;th roughout. A bill ,without: such a pro vision could neveri meet with publicap proval, iinasmuch 'as void of. the princi y1utofree sde tion an equitable distri utiont of the Crown lands could never e obtained: That the framer of that ill aind his colleagues should have been lefeated in their endeavours to give to he colony so great a desideratum as the land bill lately under discussion in the parliament of New South Wales,-a bill which, despite its niany shortcomings, was without dispute the best ever framed for this colony,-is matter. for sincere and deep regret on the pait of all9'ivho desir th2i 'advancement of the country It will be 'in everlasting blot upon the memory of Mr. HAY and his coadjutors that tthey were the authors of an 'amend ment the gist of which was to nullify the free ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

IMP'OU ] ING S From hli Gorvrimaeni Ga cte October 23rd 60 - At GUNNING, on tis: 17th clay of Octoher, fromt llockmount; damages and ,driving Is. 3d. r he d: Bay mare, snip, like- K in circle near shoulderi, 14 hands high; buy :horse, three.white-feet, sname brand. 15 hands high brown horse, samne brnuls, 15 hands high; chesnut woTt, white streak downifn:e, two white feet, sane brand bay mare, SW over J\Y ner shioulder, 14 hands; high; black colt, same brands, 2 years old;-blacki colt, star, SW sideways near shoulder, 1year old. ,If notreleased, will be sold on the 12th of November.-Also, on the 18th dclay of October; from Bylyla Estate: ; dasiages 15s.:-TBrown horse, star, H sideways thigh and shoulder noar side, aged; 15j hinds high. If not' released before the 13th November, will be sold. W. RUDD, rounudkeeper. . At COOMA, oni the I5hl day of Otober fromi Rosebrookl -Brindle poley cow, IT over. 'T of .runmp ; yellow- steer, like IO oel ruin 1, off car anrked; .blue bull,- unbrand...

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FREE SELECTION AND THE PASTORAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

FREE, SELECTION; AND, THEj PASTORAtJL JINTEREST AbridgecZfrom A oizday's empire, , The wanner in.vhich the debate on the ainendnie prdoksed by MIr was .brought to 'Ise on Friday night, must turn the aloughts of all who watch pub i an appeal re * tgr iestion of tine source of al i iprospect.- of a general election the ,sue to be de cided is definite. Whatever.views may be entertained as to the right determiii-. nation of-the question, none can "'deny that, in the present instance, it is singu larly concise and impoor tnt",selection before surrey, or surveyibefore selection. On this: iiuestion, abovetall others, the times, demand tthe intelligence, experi once; and. upright consideration of the people. Tie fuiture hurry of this great colony depends. on the settlementd of this questioin. If the experiencee and intelligence of the great mass .of the colonists be fairly brought to liear upon it, and an Assembly returned 'of relredentatives dte~riii do carry the conclusion to Whi e opleh ...

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