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

[DVERTISENsmNT ] ADDTE,ESS, Presented by th3 Inhabitants of the Town and District of Qaeanbeyan, TO MR1 SUB-INSPECTOR O'NEILLI EAR SIR,-WEn cannot permit you to leave Qucaunboyan without )pub licly testifying our high sense of the services which you bare rendered to this Town and District during the nine years of your resi deuce amcnast us. And we are desirous of recording the fact, that our k.n Ily feelings towards you would have taken a more tangible form, had not the knowledge that you would refuse to accept of any pecuniary offering for (as you said) "Ssinplly Co ng your duty." The high stand which you tthus took when consulted on the sntIo,. is highly honouring to you as an in divi telual and a public oticer, and shows in a strunlg point of view that you have not been actuated in your career of usefulness by any tmeurcenary mllotive. We have, therelbfore, much pleasure in pre senting you with this addrees, whlichl was re solved upon and carried unanimously in Ipub lie umeting a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LECTURE ON THE ABOLITION OF STATE-AID. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

LECTU'RI E ON TH'I'1 AiULITION Ou STA'I IC-A 11). t): Ttesdailv nilght. i ht g clhct W sdk in the UddllillI..ws Ilill, )Dr. l.tstt . delir .sed it Irec tsui sin tihe AositsI n of St ate-Aid i Ir the Support of Refltih n. The .ttendance wa very large stais respectable, the daft ish-1 g thud rughly fillled, iand many sttot d isilm t' untile to gain idtsission. The chtir .'isi occupied by J. .1. Wright. Esq.. J.P.. who intrmninced the reverendt I, turer to the tin dience. obsitrving tthat the Iecitre ss.,outt to I e delivered was Hse in n hintl all I rSans andt religious persuasitsiL s elt it deep interesti, tIutu ere osire tr lesIs consiertet'. Thu slmitr'at lhimself Iltlit tsunii ' p'li·S.ssedslty elonls int' to It 'hu ch which eas it recpient of State-nitd. Wtas an tsvitwed disciplet of schIoisl iladvcatiitg its ItotIl ttoslitison. 1)t'. Litng sunlstis:ce.l his lectusr.e' by sltting fHatt the present mini-stry %%-![- pledgedl toi submit in thesltU Assesly eanr y in ths utsp prounchi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

Graid. Crickt t Katc1h. O N EASTER MONDAY, nt 1i)nintlirrn. a Match will IiIl.tyt, when leiv,' niin':hert or the liiinderet Clut will piy any flreeni crieketera on the grounil. For Sale,*. S0 TONS of OATEN IIAY. A Stil ,-containimn Twenlrvy 'IPns it ln,'lnri Oaten 1I1n. within n esivenient: dis Inuce of town. Terms t'raannable. Apply to T & E. W1ALS, Qicnnlheynn £1 Rowrd. T OST, on the 221il March, firnn L. JTerrnt o1iterri. a 1.L.Y IORSL. twa hind fort white, branded RtW near shoiouldte V anlso RS ofi shoulder, 22 off neck. Any p'ronn fncl ro the came. noi deliver log it. to 11r EGIEAR, Gundaroo, will receive Ute abnvo reward. £5 Reward.: ' THE EAS, some evil-1isposecl persann or per-ons d't1 ht ttweent the Into of Irhle 2rl F23i- itbr y ii nand filie 21st lMarchl Iast. irtiil firin myi dlne nn Luke OGenigi. one, iirrewliirealc. the ornp-stinki. aid part of the lshnt ilions. noill lsan I ikilt' nn of thie shlffian, I ihoidyv ofli'er Ihe' nt-. v rniewrrd to a nor nerInn. lwh...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Golden Age. SATURDAY, APRIL 12th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

SATURDAY, APRIL 12tl, 1862. THEnE are two political questions of a kindred nature and of paramount importance, which demand immedi ate attention at the hands of the p ýople and the Government. We allude to Education and State-Aid to Religion. Other questions may he important as having a direct hearing on our material well-heing; but these are subjects. which chiefly affect our moral and eternal weal, and likewise exert a s:alutnry in fluence upon ouir temporal pros perity. It is therefore not a matter of surprise that they claim and ob tain so large a share of attention, and that so many and various opi nions exist with reference to them. It is very easy to account for the thousand and one views prevalent and gaining currency on both these subjects. They owe their origit, in nearly every instance to ideas incul cated in childhood. They are re ceived as truth because our fathers held them to be so; and eventually we grow so prejudiced in their favour that it becomes difficult to.give...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

enLIt-ial 4iitttilicgqie. Gai. 1 ' IEcCuRT.-Collside'lullal excite incit existedi in Svdiey when it hbecalea knliocw, tihat ntor itlhstlal ding the largeI receipts ctF gld bylI the three ocr ficta' prev'u' s cl c oCrtC , the aouna t that bad just arriaved and iins being takeni to the illict was ccccsidacaecnhly itc excess acf theil ajlcantity evert previoislaly. hroughtlr down ..lt tine time. The imontilt. receiver] by the WiVe-ct'carn E caIrt wias 13.312 cun.aLc-s, + acl1 by t ai- Soicthelara, 4.160 cinnces;. Sccilkicg it tital ctb 17,472 ounces-tin iacreast- act' f1590 uinceis over the rc.( Ccci ct a 'he previ'cous Wclek. Fori sc-ve rail years, cntcil withilt fie icaiccanths since, we hacd lbeen nal'lstacacad tic tale receip)t of a'cne thrlcee tic se'ven or eigcht tlcaaioa accnaces weekclc'; or it' the imlcicanct oi cl itextraric'alcnry OCcasionl Incc'cctned to icc ncli-tc tnicancsaicl oluncces, it, was ci nine dccs' watciler. Since the Cccitilhenleminit utf the present year, howe...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. Charge of Illegal Impounding. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

POLICE . COURT. THURSDAY. Charge of Illegal Inpounding. Robert Scott. of the Long Swnmp was summoned by Thomas Flynn, for having on the 20th March last, illegally Impounded thirty-six head of stock, the property of com- plainant. Defendant was required to show cause why the sum of £ 4s. damages paid   to the Bungendoe pound-keeper, should not be refunded. Mr. Freestone appeared for Flynn, and said he would show that the cattle had been impounded off government land and not off private or rented property. The plaintiff was a free-selector living near the locality whence the cattle were impounded. and on being sworn, proved the release of the cattle from the pound at Bungendore, and the payment of £4. 4s. damages. He lodged a notice with the pound-keeper of his intention to apply for the remittance of the charges. The defendant, Robert Scott, lived at the Mulloon, and admitted the act of impound- ing, but maintained that the land from which they were driven was the rented...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 12 April 1862

t7;^'ti· "' r t ·~f;CtnCLJF,: ' Ciil_ "' r:jýN7f 1~-YJ1. 1 ArrV 'ý'ý rý gal'V , M9MMEREMt) GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. FRANCIS GILES & Co. A RE now prepared to show in the various departments of their busi ness, the largest, choicest, and.most attractive s'ock eover offered in the colonies by one Eitablishment, it comprises the richest and most recherchl selection of French Goods ever imported. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Fancy Dresses of every description. Rich Black Silk Glace, Noir M Imperials, Moire Antiques, French Silks in Floral, anid other designv, Foulard and TWashing Silks, and Checked and Striped Silks in great variety. Foreign and British Lace,' Ribbons, Ilosiery, Gloves, Furs, Haberdashery, Trimmings, ¢"c. A megnificent stock of SHAWLS, MANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. LACE, LLAMA, PAISLEY SHAWLS. ----;+·*- Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clan Tar tan Reps, Double Mahairs, Foplin Droguets, Rich Impoerial Droguets, Real 'Aberdeen Win ceys, Frenc...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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MAKE MANURE AND SAVE IT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

MAKE MA-lwaE AND SAVE IT WE do not know which is most z:gen'eally neglected, the making 'or the saving of manures. Few farmers ever seriously sit down to think how they can make manure. They feed their horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs, with a 'certain quantity of hay, stalks, straw and grain. A portion of this they know is retained in the animal, or is dissipated into the air with the breath, and the re mainder is ejected from the body mixed with more or less water. This we call manure, which put on the land increases the crops. So much is known. But what more is generally known? What is manure? What is its value ? Ask the first farmer you meet, and. see if he has ever given the saubject any serious consideration. Ask him if he ploughs under a ton of straw, it that is good ma nure. and he will tell you that it is not worth much. Ask him if he leeds that one ton, of straw to cattle, if it' is good:.manure then, and will probably answer yes. But, it is not. It is as much straw in the c...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

TO TIEL EDITOR OF TUE GOOLDEN'AOl. Sin.-It is. old saying, that " truth is stranger than fiction," and therefore, what I am going to relate may not'be accredited by you, and probably few of your numerous rea ders will believe that which in fact is a "great truth." It is but very lately that I learnt ~lth mnch concern that there Is actually in the midst of us-Quennboyau to wlt-a puny body of those misguided men, known as 'ee totallers. You may have heard of them be fore, and of their doings. Ought they to be encouraged ? • For myself, I answer, certainly not. I am an oddfellow, and lately we have built ourselves a hall-- a stately edifice-an ornament to Queanbcyan, and the boast of our brotherhood. It was built for our own es pecial benefit, and the good of the town, as regards public meetings in general, such as balls, dances, practices of tne "black art," political meetings, &o., for which, I am sure, the public must be under immense obligations to us. And be it known to yo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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WESLEYAN CHURCH EXTENSION AND SUSTENTATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

WESLETAN CIIURChI EXTENSION AND SUSTENTATION SOCIETY. ON Monday evening last a meeting of the New South Wales Wesleyan Methodist Church Sustentation and Extension Society I was held in the Wesleyan Chapel in this town. The attendance on the occasion was I smaller than might have beert expected. The I meeting was commenced by singing and prayer, after which Mr. Southwell, of Park wood, was called to the chair. The chairman briefly stated the objects of the society, which, he said, would more clearly appear from the report to which they would listen, and the addresses which would afterwards be delivered. The Rev. Mr. Gaud then read a brief but interesting report of the society's operations for the past year, from which it appeared that though the society is but yet in its infancy, it has established the ordinances of religion amongst portions of the population of the colony that were seldom or never visited by ministers of religion, and also assisted in the erection of places of worsh...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

St d si L' rJTtJnt`nI . l ---~-~;- r~~J a-~----- i SATURDAY, A.P.1rL 19h, 1S62. TIIe desire to erect to the memory of the late illustrious PitLNCE CoN sonT some suitable expression of the high esteem in which he was deser vedly held, and of the deep sympa thy felt for England's widowed QUEEN, seems to have gained a firm hold in every British heart. All are agreed as to the worthiness of the object - and every one, we presume, will be anxious to contribute, if it be ever so small a sum, as a token of individual appre ciation of so high, and noble, and virtuous a Prince. How highly the QUEEN of Englaiid will value a lasting and tangible proof of her loyal subjects' veneration for her departed consort, and kindly feeling towards herself, may be inferred from the proofs she has already given. Public opinion seems divided as to the description of monument which ought to be raised to perpetuate the memory of such a man as ALnBEIr. It will be seen by the telegram of English news applearing...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM ENGLAND. Reuter's Telegram to 'Goulburn Chronicle, per Messrs. Greville and Bird, Sydney. Adelaide, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM ENGLAND. Reuter's Telsgram to 'Goulburn Chron icle, per Messrs. Greville and Bird, Sydney. ', Adelaide, Tuesday morning. C TaIE Peninsular and Oriental Company's C steamer Madras reached King George's a sound on the 10th of April. She brings news direct from London to the 26th of t February, and by Reuter's telegrams via 1 Malta anl Alexandria to the 1st and 3d of March respectively. The Australian December mails were delivered in London on the 13th Feb. The Queen had resumed her carriage drives, and was about to return to Windsor. The Prince of Wales had gone to the Holy Land. Parliament was opened by Commission The Queen's speech expressed heart felt thanks to all classes for the sympa thy shown her Majesty on the occasion of the death of his Royal Highness the Prince Consort. Addresses in reply to the Queen's speech were passed without amend= merit. - " The relations of Great Britain with, the foreign Powers are imost satisthetory. The Convention between ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later intelligence by Reuter's Telegram via Malta. New York, Feb. 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

Later intelligence by Renter's Tele gram via Malta. New York, Feb. 15th. The Treasury Note Bill had passed the Senate with an amendment that the interest in Government Stock should be paid in coin. The Federals nccupied JEden Town. Springfield attacked, and reported cap tured. Federals marched on lemphis. Vera Cruz, Jan. 29. No fighting yet, nor definite reply to the demand of the Allies. Londbn, 1st IMarch. The wool sales comnmenced with a full attendance of buyers, but the ten dencs was unfavourable to Australian qualities.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

Crown Lands Office, Sydney, 22nd March, 1862. Forfeited-and Vacated Runs. TIHE several-Runs of Crown Lands hereunder described, having been for fcited or vacated, new leases of such Runs for five years, upon the terms and conditions pre-. scribed by the "?'Lown Lands Occupation Act of 1861," and the Regulations framed in pur suance thereof', will be offered for sale by pub lic auction, at the Rooms of Messrs. W. Dean and Co., Government Auctioneers, on Thurs day, the 22nd day of May next. 2. The lease of each run will be sold to the person who may bid the highest annual rent for the same ; and the several purchases will be required to pay at the time of sale the rent for the first year, computed from the 1st of April to 81st December, 1862. 3. These Runs will not be liable to Assess-. ment under the "Increased Assessment and Rent Act of 1858." 4. Any further information may be obtained on application to this Office, or to the Com missioners of Crown Lands of the respective Districts...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Latest Intelligence by Reuter's Telegram via Alexandria, London, March 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

Latest Intelligence by Reuter's Tele gram via Alexandria, London, March 3rd. A liberal muember has been returned for Worcester, and a conservative one Wakefield. The 1 icasoli Ministry in Sardinin has resigned, and llatzze is charged with the formation of a new one. Prussian Chamber of Deputies have approved the recognition of the King dom of Italy. The Prince of Wales hras returried: fromn theIHoly Land.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, April 19. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

Sapoltal!Ciatl. "GoLrnE. Aa?" Oflice, April 19. } 2e8 Trirrse quaoled blow h?re rfererrure otly to Iraneoc lion, 6elwicen tie prodcieer oodfirl lur¢.oeg r. 0 QUEANI I"IAN MARKET. Flour, per too, lie #17; seconds, £10; ratilon, ?l1. . S i d Wheat, pter buael ... . 4 to i6 It t, dtto ... ... ... . 1 to 0 0 Mrize, ditto ..... ...... 4 4 to 5 0 lrley, ditto ...... ... ... 4 0 to 4 0 Outs, ditto .. . ..... 0 to 0I U Iyter,( , p?r ton, . ..o41. to 0l. 10 tittru, (salt) I 5to O 0ltt rne ,,... 0 t to 0 7 Cheeb.e ... U stoa 7 Eqgg, ... 1 6 to U 0 I'ulattea, ler ert. Go, Fat Cattle, t l. ls to71. 10s,; ('lre,. 1 I, er hlead. Sheep, t 1i . to 20s., ler heod; ]'ig, 6d. p:r puud 3lids,. 4s. #.d to tGs. nach. StJ p?Lkeijs, 4*4. told lb 'J'allow, per toon, 28. to 301., for goml samples. CarL.igo, per ton,--Slydney to Qoerl, cvan, V7. 10s. to 91. QIctnlbeyill to Looit.n, 31. 10, ito i4. QUOT.iTION?S .T 'il11 MILLS. ]ine flour, 171. Secotds, 101. Wheat ...4s Gd to lis ad Ilrtion, 151. per tno Pollar...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

IOLLO.wa-ir' PT?tl..--Stomaclh, liver, and eutaneous disorders.-The piercing winds, with warm sunnn dcys, are trying to health, and subject comfort adl appearance to a severo test. ''ho warmth drawing the blood to the surfaco only to be repelled by the western blasts, disturbs the balance of the circulation, and leaves the digestion, or the skin in a de ranged, if not In ai diseased, condition. IIol loway's 1'ills prevent or correct either result, In Ilpalrod digestion, and lu all ailments eof the liver, they invariably curo without strin gent regulations for amusement or dict. By resorting early to tho4e purifying 'illo, the dyspeptic and sallow are speedily restored to their natural and healthy, state. 'they raise the drooping spirits, and confer renewed atl mal onergy.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

(FQrom the ('overmnent Gazette, April 8th) At YIASS, on the 3rd April, by/the Police: One buy mare, hind feet white, star. WYR near shoulder ; bay horse foal at foot, un branded. Also, on same day, from Manton's Crrek, by Mr. Thos. Patterson ; damages and drivina 8s. Ud.: One yellorw working bullock, while back, 01VW near ribs. If nlo released, will be sold on the 30th J. HAROLD, Poundkeeper. (From tlse? 'Ouoernment Gazette,' April 11.) At COLThCTC2Olr, on the 31st day of' March,. from the Rstate of Mr. i ~ Cooper, Carroway ; damages 1s. GId. cochk: One blue and white bull, no leqible brand, about 12 months old ; one white heifer, il legible brand orf rump, about 8 "mont/hs o/e. Also. on the 51th April, from the garden of Mr. T. Dowling, Collector ; damsages 10s. : One red strawberry working bullock, RS near ribs, N o.f rrump, tI near thigh. If not released within 2.G days rrom data of publication, will be sold. S. CRO T'PIIE??, Poundkeeper. At 11UNORNDORlF, on the 2nd April from Af...

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THE DUKE AND THE DIAMOND LOVE TOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

TIHE DUKE AND THE DIA MOND, LOVE TOKEN. THE Duke of -- had a passion for diamonds. He was allowed to be an excellent judge, and no doubt he deserved to be so estimated, for there were many reasons why` no excellence, unless deserved should be accorded td him. : His name had been connected with many infamous scandals, and it was :said that he had fled from his. dutchy in a bal loon. Yet his undoubted judgment in diamonds, and his unique collec tion,. of those fascinating gems made him tolerated by many who would otherwise have given him the cut direct. . The Duke of -- was seated at one of the small tables neai' the south window of the Kursaal, at B--- B --, sippiig an orgeat, to whichi his Highness is particularly partial. On the other side of the same table was M. Placquet, a young Frenchman, a. third rate, actor of the Theatre of Varieties at Paris. Hoe pretended to nothing more. His style of living was in accordance with his position;', and had come to B--- for the purposes of hi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

- '?tt?Eti O Ktt~kts utc : . DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WIThI BUSnaILANERS.- The coach from Lambing Flat that arrived in town yesterday evening, (says the Yass Couieor of Saturday), brought intel ligence that an affray had taken place oii the previous day between a party of police from the Lachlan and three bushrangers. It would appear that on Thursday last Messrs Sanderson and Lyons, detective offi cers, in company with a constable, all dressed in plain clothes, were proceeding with a prisoner in charge, from Forbes to Lambing Flat in one of Mr James Roberts' coaches,when, on. their arrival at an accommoda tion house, William Trip, who was driving, pulled up, and the party alighted for some refreshment. In a creek close at hand three men with horses were noticed, and as there was something suspicious about their movements, one of the police went towards them. The strangers en quired whether they were wanted, and advanced to where the, coach was standing.- One of them said. as. the travell...

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