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GUNDAROO. LECTURE BY THE HONT.A.MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

GUND.AR.OO..O.. . i (Fronm our ozn c'orrc.pondcnit.) LECTURE BY TI-IE HONIT.A. MUItRRAY ON Saturday last the Hon. T. A.' Murray delivered a lecture in the School-roomn; in this place, thi subject being the Improvemoni of. -the Mind. - , -At the time aipointed, half-past two, p.m;, * Mr. A'VAlllck, on'the motion of Mr. Styles, secondedhby- Dr. Beales, was voted to th¢e Chair. -';After introducing the IHon. r. Mur ray,,and explaining the design of the lecture," the qhairman, referring to the object of the institute, comimented in strong terms' on tbe' impropriety'of iny individual member of thi. class bringing disgrace on.tho.Institute.by an imioral life,-and hboinl?drdly'tiustcd 'dtiht is" such a caseTtlio Insttuit'e wiuld become the means of leading an erring one to change his course of iif. ... . ! Mr..'Murriay: conmmened ihis lecture by referring to the vast,lmproveouonts that have. been Piddlwithn the last twoity fv years,. in things which.owed their, existence to the ingenuity o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

SLPTariJYAd, A. lIL 5th?, 1862 Tun results of the .trials at the :"recent 'Circuit:i Courts inidicates an 'alarmiiig -revalence- bf cdime, which calls fior h an iImmeLdiate and effectual heck, otliervise we may; soon ex p",i fioodts of mrii·ler anid violence tbi'overwh'veln i the country; and rise in powerful ascendancy over the Ipeiceable' and- lawfuli menibers' of saiety: Most of ,the cases of niur' der?;brought before the.; ntice'of the Judges 'have. been, associitted with robbery, ??nl owed their origin to the "base~ desir:e :of ;the i perpetrators to gain possession of .th'e piroperty which others :had accumulated' by honest.iiduistry; 'ad 'sb',staiids the crse with other criminals condemned -to death' or receiving otliher 'severe senteices ian: id except" it be,.those 'iw~lil advocite. the. total abolitidn of deathl punishments,: none ' will be disposed to .reg'et that. the. extreme, ;penoalty of ?the late is' to be "carried oiiut. upon the unhappy convicts, even ini the insta...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

NEw LtoEBsE.-On Thursday the Benoh of Magistra.tes.ganted.a publican's license to' John Lonergan pf the Farriers' Arms, Mac quoid-street. PRISONEns' Escor.r-Last Saturda0y, An thony Noon, committed by the Queanbeyain Bench to take his trial:at thb next Quarter Sessions?'ofo'stabbin? with inteiit to ltill, was forwarded under cliarge of Senior Constable Latimer and Constable Hogan, to Goulburn gaol; and on Thursday, an estort from Cooma consisting of;James Smith, sentenced to three calendar months,' for. stealing; and Moses Isaacs, committed to gaol- for three months foi abusive language,-were'sent to their desti nation under chatrge of Constables Cooper and Davis. .' , -I-=,EV. DRa. LAN?--Placards posted through= dfst the town announce the pleasing intelli gence that the above popular, preacher and patriot will deliver'a lecture to-night in the Oddfellows Hall, Queanbeyan. The subject i; not mentioned, but vill. probably b some letading iolitical question. 'At Goulburn, I~dt Wednesd...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

Temperance Meeting..: A EETING of the Members C, and friends of the Queanboyan Tem. perance Society, will take placer at the'Odd. fellows' Hall on Mondayveniing rinoxt 'nt 8 o'clock, for thel purpose of 'adbpting~ ules,'ahd electing officers and a committee. ': "' i f. . .E. CLARKE, Sec.,, pro.ttem. i Additional Subscriptions: T OW AR DS - the Presbyterian, Church BnildinglFund. y:,. [The principal list ,is advertised;on the 4th' S " ' page.]' ·' £400 d 0 68 M. Twentyman, Queanbeyan,- '.!ji 2 2 0 John Colquhoun, lonairo, :.?. 1 0'' 5 .0 James Cooper; Queanbeyanf! :,.i;.; -O .10' 0.' E. B., Canberra .... .... ,..:. . 0 10 0 John Brown, Queanbeyan,, ,R ..., 0.: 5O 0 Mark Southwell, Glninderra - 0... ;0, 10 . 0 Philip Williams, '" Do. . 0'10,, 0' Thomas Wilson, Queanbeyan ... 0 5 0 Michael Gallagbhr, ·aniassa 1..4',010 0 W;f. JMusten, Queantliyi?n 1? .; :.. 1 "1 0 James Young, Canberi'a i.`":'.:: 1 .1 :0 Dennis Keefe, Burra . ... 0 ;10 I: Lever, Queanheyan 0.: 5 0 Thomas Rutledge, J.P....

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Country News. BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS.:- (From our own Correspondent.) Soaime of oui, people p ooe notdqing:quite so well as in times rpast; times ard very; fluctua ting.- Our Chinese diggers have given usthe slip.' The main cause of their leaving us was not that they were dissatisfied with the results of their digging,' bit that t'l)ir boss, who mb. nop'lised the grentf~ po~tion of their custof6ii was in the habitof supplying them with very inferior goods ;;anotlher ground of offence was that h? bought their go'd; paying them partly in damaged rations, and . tl l balanceo in his own cheques,, and. Bankl,eof'; :' legance: notes. Until this turn. up I the boss was making a good thing out of. his dealligs? With his coun trymen, and.wlthout,doubt would have con tinued to; do so if h`hado onily acted on fair and honest principlesZvirtues whlich " John" can fully apprcciate.when'they operate in his favour... But now, there standsathe solitary boss. a monument of avarice rcwarded. " The people of Gtinda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

.:BOOKS, .BOOKS . ,GEORGE ROBERTSON'S New General Catalogue' IS NOW READY,. 184 pages 8vo, price 1/. posted, 1/6. : HIS 'Catalogue gives the title, .":;:" ':l:sizeiand price of ali the rew and stan-. dard books in'every.d8partment of literattire, on.sale·oy. G. R., and is so arranged as to form' a'v i useful manual for intending purchasers' 6f books: GEORGE. ROBERTSON, Importer' of Books and Stationiery, 883, George-street, and' 69,;Ellzabeth-stfeet, Melbourne. -NEWMARKET, HOR'SE' ;REP0'SITORY. AUCTIONEERSf AND :.CpOviMMISSION. , GENTS, . i Hoid D,?AILY SALES of oHORSES, and, CARRIAGES, SOp)posite the Shooli of Airts. . PITT=STREET, ?YDNEY.,::,. O.1B. EBSWORTH, ° roaduce.. Auctioneer'o x .o. ;ANo,:"q"" j-' .. C IRCULAR;: QUAY,i 'SYDNEY:' $O : ` Advances made on Produco, sent for., SSale or Ship?t.ent. , BUTLER BROTHERS AND 'WHITEHOUSE, , WVholesale Saddlers, HARNESS-MAKERS' & SADDLERS' I ,ONMONGERS,. :,,, AIdPitt-street, Sldanesy, , f - N?ear. the Metroiolitan Hotel. -5:', S...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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FERRIS'SON AND DOYLES REPORT. [LATE FERRIS AND SON] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

": I.?LD rauls ANnD son ltuire.-(New) 4s 04 to As per Ihshel (sceree) Oats.-4-s 0d to As per bushel, BIlrley.-(COpe) fil (English) Os d4 per bushel. Wheat.-4s id to .s Dd per busnel ; (imported) is to 5s 3d per blushel , llrn.--ls 3d per ushel 1... -". ]utlltr.--ld to Is3d per'l,: " .. Blurcn.-lto e od pc Ill. - '?:, a . "Chesea.--?Lt r S . Flour.--Fie tot3 131; silk, Orcesed. 14(. per ton. ineI, country INt 10s ; (AdelaidleS13I 131 Ito to per ten. . ]Iny.--Lucenle,-) to G)l l5s per ton. Otoen, 01 to 01 '10s _I . rton; scarce-. " . . ,On|bob,-l1s to.`ls'per owt: ..:. 1']'s,-Altv'Obhout `4l pir Ill. e " t 3 "" S'lo la ?Bef) 2sw O to 34w Gd per wt.; (mutton) 410'oto .Curd d heav, 13 tol6s O4 each s; mall a(d S lighttins to Gs 'celr. . - ... S' co skinla.--id to- per Ib - . Seeuul.--]llu top gross, 3s 0r per Itilrb 1 to grass, t 6od, pr iil. i white clover. 2s 0+ per.lb; .; hternu , (FIrnch)' s, colonial Is 0 per I ; feqnoes 2s per IbI: v0 to-, ='lo needs, in.seolseiols, 30 tortso ; Qo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

ERECTION OF A STATUE TO.PRINpE AL BIERT.-A movement has been initiated in Sydney, and very warmly responded to so far as it has yet been made public, having for its object the erection of a bronze statue to his late Royal High ness the .Prince,.Consort. His Excel-' ;lency the Goi~drnr-in-Chief was Waited upon'prior to'leavriig f.r Nodfflk Islnanl, by some of the gentlemen who are mov ing in the matter. Sir John Young promised his zealous co-operation in carrying out the object in view; and, having received, this, e.ncpragement, -several-ofthe-oFigliiabrs f-ther pro ject met at Messrs. MIort & Co.'s Rooms, Pitt-street, forthe. purpose. of arranging foitrb-?inging tlii';iatter'rli' rE thie p?pb lie.. The Honorable E.. Deas Thompson was elected chairman, and T. W. Smart, Esq., M.L.A., consented to act as trea-, surer. A paid secretary wvas also ap pointed.' The names of about twenty trustees were decided' upon,- and.the seo cretary was instructed to communicate to tliem-the wis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

The Treasuly, Now South Wales, 10th Marcb, 1862. NO Eligible Tenders having been received for the SUPPLIES required in the following Districts, in pursuance of the Treasury.Notice of 24th December, 1861, no tice is hereby. given, that fresh offers will be received at the Treasury, until 12 o'clock of TUESDAY, the 8th of April next, fromn par-. ties willing to furnish, for the Colonial Ser vice, in the several Districts, the Supplies required from 1st May, 1862, to 81st March, 1863, upon the conditions set forth in the Notice above refericd to. DISTRICTS. The towns and places for which Contracts are required are as follows: WVITlIN TIlE SETTLED DISTRICTS. Ophir . - Wingham and Bungay Bungay ; BEYOND THE SETTLED D?ISTICTS. . Bombala. Monaro ......... 1 Eden, Bega, and Panbula.' ,Bligh .......... Dubbo. rrGundagal,'. including Tar J. cutia and Kynamba. Lachlan...... Th Murrumbidgee below W'agga Wagga. BalrInald; Lbower Darling Euston., Moorna. . Tumut, including Adelong. Murrumbidgee '...

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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

LETTERS. Town Letters-Not exneeding 4 oz, Id; exceeding I or, but not exceeding I oz, 2d; and 2d extra for every addi. tional ounce or fraction of on ounce. Countryl, Letters-Not exceeding 3 oz, 2d; exceeding } oz, but not exceeding 1 oo, 4id; and 4d every additional ounce or fraction of on ounce. Colonial, inter-Colonial, and Foreign Letters (excrpt in special cases gtcn)-Not exceeding § oz, Gd; and Od extra for every additional half-ounce, or fraction of lhalf-ounce. Letters to and fron the Unitcd iqgdoat.-Not exceeding I oz, Gd; exceeding half-ounce but not excecdi g one ounce, Is. extra for every additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. PACKETS AND DOOKS. Packets of Gold transmitted tcithin, Ithe Colony.-Not exceeding j oz, 4; exceeding lallf.ounce lbut not exceed. ing I oz, 8O; and 8d extra; for every additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. Book Pcrcels for dlflta, Citraller, and the United, King. does-Not exceeding 4 oze. 4d; not exceeding I II. Gd; ond 1d extra for every a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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FRUIT DRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

FRUIT DRYING. (From the South Australian Farm and Garden for January.) To all appearance the present sea son's crop of fruit will be most. abundant. Grapes, peaches, plums, and figs, are in all directions pro mising to be unusually plentiful, and it must be now a matter of con sideration with growers as to the best means of disposing of this pro duce. The quantity of fruit grown from year to year is increasingly in advance of the wants of the com munity, and as yet the means of preserving the surplus portion, or of otherwise turning it to profitable account, are ndt so largely practised as they should be. To give our readers some idea of the extent to which the growth of frtiit is increas ing in the colony, we subjoin the latest returns from the Government statistics, showing the extent of land under crop for several years past: ACRES UNDERi CULTIVATION. 1857. 1858. 1859-00.1800-01. Orchard...1,058 1,149 1,457 214,7 Garden ...3,441 8,922 4,750 8,910 Vineyard 1,055 1,626 2,201 8,180 ...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Collector, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Colltor, Gundar1oo, Gininderra, and Qucanboyan. Leave Goutturn every Wednaslay and Saturday at 5 a.m. arriving at Collector at 0 a.m., at Gundaroo at I p a., at Giniaderra at 4.45 p.m., and at Quennbeytnn at6.30 p.m. on tihe same days, Leave Qaeanneynn every Suanday and Thursdany, at 5 n.m., arriving at Gininderra nt n.m., at Gvndaroo at 11 n.m., at Collector at 2 p.m, and at Goulbarn at 0 p.m., on the santme days. Queanbeyan, Miicalago, Bunyan, and Cooma. Lcnave Quennbheynn every Monday, Wedneadnty, and Satutr day at to a-m., arriving at Miningo, nat 4 p-m., and de parting thence at 4.30 p-m, arriving at 11 p-nm., on the same days, and at Cooma at 1 n-m. on the following days. Leave Cooma on Sundays, Tauesdays, and Vridays, at 6 p-m., nrriving at aBunyn at 7 p-a. on tiae siame days, and at Micalgo nat t a-at., and Qaueatiyan at 8 n-nm. on the following days. Boro, Bungendore, and Qucanboyan. Leave orao on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at 1, n-nm., ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

(From the Government Gazette, April 4th) At QURANHEYAM, on the 14th March frormn Ginind rram; daunarges 3se. (id. - One baynmare, A I over J'".' near shoul der. f not released within 24 days from date of publication, will be sold. II. LEVER, Poundseper. At GUNNING, on the 27Th March, from llockm'nent; damancges 3s. 3d.: One light bay or chesnaut horse, swi'ch tail, white face, near hind foot while, sad die marked, Jnear slhoulder, aged, 13 hands high. if not released, will be sold on the 22nd of April. TV. RUDD, Poundkeeper. At GUNDAROO, on the 2!)th March, from the Pipeclay Holes, by Mr. Henry Dy ball: damages and driving 2s. each; entire £5: One browan filly, off hind foot while, near hind heel white, like JPJt (the JP con joined). near shoulder; one chesnut mare, blaze, like J. conjoined /of shoulder; one dark chesnut entire cult, blaze, like spur near shoulder. Jf not released will be sold on the 28th of Apri W. AFFLECK, Foundkeeper. At BRAID WOOD, on the 25th March, from Lorcer...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

TO COUtiESPONDENTS. An Sea ; 1{uoo -H No Pnvey " you will sron have a neWspaper in the colony printed in your own language: pirint your thoughts in that.

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Local Intelligence. VISIT OF THE REV. DR. LANG, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

loral ;,'ntelliiltncc. VISIT OF TIIE REV. DR. LANG, A.L.A. Is the prsecution i tI at lengtlhened t ur throu .ioutt the Western tint .iiurlit'rn dlis tricts fi1 the coltny, visitiug ItItI preaucinge and lecturing lit 1athurst, Firies.. fi i the Iilcil.tln, ]3irrtrntigng. Ylt.s, atintl I; uliurn, IDr. Ljntg hlts risitedl Quetitnhetvit this wsiek, cinductiteng two divine services and l elivering It lecture in the calolithin fi state-iidi twatrtls the sup Jirt oft religion. 'lue irev.ldoctLr wits expec'ted till Seturday lIst. tut itn our list issue was announcetl to le:ture fin tthat ntiubt ciid pre.set twicen tin the da tllwigti. The leaivy rains. lhowever, pIrevented his iialfillinu the thinteri oil' those engagem ents, its the nistit in which he was travelling wits iunable to cotle in ihr the tHiiiids. But in Sintlty - ternciin several gentlemen prolceetlded s ii' is the Militnglt river andl escrtedl the the ior s;afly olver the flutdlid river. andi tlnrce t Qui'lnhe:.n tufn hor'selu...

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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, April 12. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

" GOLDEN AGE" Olice1, April 12. 3e The Pri-o quotelod tetuw h tre rmrretnre on'a. to traosac liuts between the producer oul Jir.t purchoasr. QUEANI1E'AN MARKET. Flour, per ton, line £17; secondus, li; rations, Cs15. ad a t Wit. er ..eltel, ... ... ... 4 6 to I5 G Itrr ditto ... ... ... ... 1 3 to 0 hilnie, littto ...... . . 4 t 5 0 Barley, diit ... ... ... ... 4 0 to 4 0 -Onta, diitto .. 5 0 to C 0 lsy, per ton, .. . 41. to 1. 10 Buntter, (omit) I3 toO 0 0 um-m..0 5 tn 0 7 Cheese, ... It (t o r 7 1 Eggs, .. 3 to 0 0 Potmorn pier ewu t ... St. Fot (t'utle. (i. l0s. to 7?. tIe .; Calves, It. liis. err head. Shop, I34 15. to "ns., per Lendt; figs, ltd. pc~r pnnndll 11lidmn. 4:. d to 1:. elouci Sloepkitns. 42d. to ld lit Tallows, per ton. 28!. to .301.. fur gooi snuoplen. Csrrlng.: pcr ton.-Sn;Ior. v to QoucQtt rinnt, 71. 10s. to DOl. Quelun ivynnt to 1oomm, 31 Ill. to t. QUOTA'tIONS .1' TIR MILLS. Fine flotr. 171. Secondt, 1i1. I hlItet ...4s d to fir d uhntous, Is5. per tot Iol il.. ....

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O. B. EBSWORTH'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

U. D. Ll3$ XURVW i ILIPORT' Wool.-The arrivals since last report have been limited, and the sales have buen mostly by prilvate coaln at, at 1prices the same us last. quoted. In some instances, higher prtes have been attempted to be obtained, but without response on the part of purchlasers. S11EEPrsITIs.-Liardly ti) llrnl. TALLOW.-Tlthere is evidently a desire on thq part of shippers to purchesi on miore lit vourable terms. but thu supply being con ined to mixed melting and station parcels, has not been beyond the requirements town trade, who have again cleared the market at former rates. thoEs.-None tn-day to test the marlet which must be reported nominally theson e, as lnst weeek. Circular Quay, April.2nd.

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FERRIS SON AND DOYLES REPORT. [LATE PERRIS AND SON] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

FERRIS SON AND) DOYLES REPOR'r. CtLAre Etmtt S AND o)ON tlnize.-(New) 4s Sd to5s per Iushel (scrrce) ()nat.-to (tdt to Ss pt r tauseIl. INrlety.-(Cup.t 5 ; (tngtiah) Os GiN per tasllol. WhitL-4a tI to d Sd per busnil; (Imported) Lo to 6s 3d per tIbuthel. Brnt.-Is 3d per blusthel. Itutter.-hGd to Is 3d per tlb. alron.-7d to ad per i. (C11tes.-15s to 35 each. Cherse.--74 per tt;. Fluor.-l'it untow 13t; silk trosed,' 141 per ton. Fine, rountr 131 to1 ; (Attlrtntdt) 1:31 131 Iot to per ton. illy.- Ltucerne. t to 61 Its per ton. Onton, I1 to Nt 105 pir to,0. scrcer Onloto s,-I- to 2In per crot. Po;;tooa.-21to41 Itoo p.r tot 3'igco.-Atlve tltottt Id toer Itt. tillou.-(Btta4 ISks OId to 34d Od per rot; (mutton) 418 to 42s Iper cwt. lidi s.-Caredt od thenry, 13s to 15 Od eoct;; small and itoti" 4 to ts P'net;. 'beetskinst.-6d to Id p.er b U. - naoe toul onto as oid per tt4; pratirte gross. 3s tt; Itie .; whi~teovetrr;. 29 lid par 111.; Itortrtia,(ttrr;;tl) ..s, colrntttl Is Nd per Itt. ; tn...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

BIRTH.   On the 8th instant, at Carwoola, near Queanbeyan, Mrs. Thomas Rutledge, of a daughter.

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CAMELS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

CAMELS'FOR AUSTRALIA.' A letter from Kurrachee,.Sind, India, :published in the Calcutta Hurlcaru; says - 'The export of camels from this port to Australia, is likely to assume considerable dimensions in fu ture, until that country becomes sufficiently stocked to raise its own herds of the most ti'eful animals. A colonist from Ade laide, Mr. Stuckey arrived here by last steamer, for the purpose of buying camels to stock his station, which is upwards of 500 miles to the north of Adelaide, in the sandy interior of Central Australia. It will be remem bered that in April, 1860, the ship Chinsurah left this. port with twenty-six camels for the Victorian Government, and that she safely landed them all in in Melbourne, to the great de light of the wLole colony, whose far-sighted and most liberal le gislature had imported these ani mals at a cost of £250 each. These animals formed a part of Burke's ill-fated, but partially successful expedition, which succeeded in penetrating across Australi...

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