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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

Notice to Presbyterians. A PUBLIC : MEETING will be . held at the COURT HOUSE, Quenn beyan, upon' Saturday the 26th .instant, at Two o'clock p.m., for the purpose of taking the ncce8sdry steps, to' secure an eligible _minister for the District. A large attendance is requested 'as impor-I tant communications will be laid before, the meetings. ANDREW MORTON. Queanbeyan, April 19th, 1862. Tea MReeting. THE Annual Meeting of the S.Queanboysn Branch Association of the Church Society, will. (D.V.) be held.in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Wednesday' evening, the 14th of May next, when addresses .on matters affecting the interests of the Church will be delivered. Woriking .Bullocks. F OR Sile at Foxlow, a few teams . of goodWVORKING BULLOCKS. April 8th 1862. S1 AM S ::for .. sale at Gininiderra.' W. DAVIS. SApril 16th-1862. Sheep. F1 OR Sale, on their way froin S- Monaro to Wallendbeen, near Binalong,, 1783 wothers, 3 to 4 years. old i 14064 owes;, 6 years old, and aged. Apply to A. MACKAY, Wall...

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

MARRIED, ON the 17th inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, Queanbeyan, by the Rev. Henry H. Gaud, Mr. R. Mehegan of Queanbeyan, to Ella Emily, second daughter of Mr. R. Westaway, of Plymouth, Devon. This being the first marriage ceremony performed in the above place of worship, the bridal pair were pre- sented by the trustees of the Chapel with a handsome Bible and Hymn Book.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. THE PRINCE CONCERT STATUE MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

5orDa ,ntcltig ynce.. W THE PRINCE CONCERT STATUE ill MOVEMENT. to T?Pr meeting convened by C. E. Newcombhe, i Esq., to carry out the object of the Prince t Consort's Statue Association, was held at the Court-Ilouse, on Thursday afternoon, the attendance being but limited. The convenor of the meeting was voted to 0 the chair, and expressed his thanks for the e1 honour thus conferred upon him. The chair man explained that he had been applied to by the IIon. E. Deas Thompson, chairman 1 of the association, to exert himself in forming a local committee to aid the movement they had undertaken. The object of the meeting, C he said, would best gathered by reading the r circular referred to, of which the following is an extract: "It would he a waste of words to insist on the claims of the Prince Consort to our vene ration, or the right of the Queen to our loyal a sympathy, under herbcreavement. For more r than twenty years tile names of Victoria and 1 Albert have been repeated in every col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

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 stock ever offered in the colonies by one Establishment, it comprises the richest and mnost recherchb selection of Prench Goods ever imported. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Ivantles, and Fancy Dresses of every description. Rich Black Silk Glaee, Noirb Imperials, Moire Antiques, French Silks in Floral, and other designs, Foulard and Washing Silks, and Checked and Striped Silks in great variety. Foreign and British Lace, Ribbons, Htosiery, Gloves, Furs, Iaberdashery, Trin'nings, jc. A magnificent stock of SHAWLS, MANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. LACE, LLAMIA,. PAISLEY SHAWLS. Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clan Tar tan Reps, Double Mahairs, Foplin Droguets, Rich Imperial Droguets, Real Aberdeen TVin ceys, French Merinos, Poplinettes, Ac. The largest stock in Sydney of Ladies Crinoline Petticoats, Watch Spring, ...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

CRICKET MATCH. TiE long pending return match between the Queanbeyan United and Gininderra Clubs, having been appointed to take place on the 5th instant, a general feeling of disappoint ment was felt by the players of both clubs, at its further postponement, owing to the rain on that day. The 12th was therefore named, when, owing to the non arrival of the Quean beyanites, it devolved upon the Duntroon players to encounter the renowned Gininderra team single-handed, and most pluckily did they perform their work winning a one in nings match, after a severe struggle, by five runs only, alike to their surprise and satis faction. The game was played in most friendly spirit, the Duntroonites, in two instances, al lowing their opponents to retain their bats, although given out by the Gininderra um pire's. The decisions being unfair, although given to the best of the umpire's judgement, an act it is due should be reported, as the Duntroon captain has been severely repro bated, for having obj...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, A. Cunningham, and W. R. M'Carthy, Esqs. Articles of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, A. Cunning- ham, and W. R. M'Carthy, Esqs. Articles of the Peace. Michael Flannigan, Mary Flannigan, and Thomas Flannigan, a husband, wife, and son, and John Walsh, was brought up in custody, charged with being concerned in a breach of the peace and using threatening and profane language, calculated to provoke a breach of the peace. This was a street row, unfortu- nately after a funeral, and displayed no small amount of ferocity, which however was luck- ily prevented by the apprehending constables. The first named prisoner was bound over to keep the peace and be of good behaviour for six months, in the sum of £20; the second prisoner was fined 5/.; the third was bound over to keep the peace for twelve months, himself in £40, and two sureties each in £20; and the fourth prisoner was fined £1. THURSDAY. The only business was an impounding case on the summons list, which was of no inter- est and was dismissed. PRISONER'S ESCORT.--Tho...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 April 1862

Letters to the Editor.     [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Dear Sir,--Knowing that your columns are ever open to the public for every legitimate purpose, I crave a little space to make what I deem a just complaint. In the first place, be it known unto you, Sir, and the public, that I am what in popular phraseology is termed a Teetotaller,--one who, appreciating the advantage of total abstinence from "the cup which cheers and [then] ine-   briates," desires to snatch from the vortex of this body and soul destroying evil, a few at least of my fellowmen. Secondly: I am a member of the embryo   Temperance Society of Queanbeyan. You   recollect, Sir, reporting the Rev. W. F. Reid's lecture on Temperance; delivered a few weeks ago in the Oddfellows' Hall. One of the immediate effects of that address was...

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A JACK OF ALL TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

A JACK OF ALL TRADES. TIIE following is an exact copy of a handbill seen at Norwood, the .otheir day :--Roger Giles, Surjon, Parish Clark, and Skulemaster, reform la dys and Gentleman that he draes teeth without waiting a moment, blisters on the lowest tarms, and fiziks vor a penny a piece. He zells Godfather's Cordel Kuts Korns, and undertaks to keep evdry bodys Nayls by the ear or so on. Yong ladys and gentleman lamed. ther gram mars languidge in the purtiest man ner also gurt care taken off thor morels and spellin, also sarm xing ing, teacking the baze phial, and all other phancy work, Queer drills, fashingable poker, and all other contrary dances tort at home and. abroad to perfekshun, Perfumery and snuf in all its branches, As times be cruel bad. He begs to tell his jist begun to zell all zorts of stashinery wares, blacking balls,hurd herrings, and Coles, skrubbin brushs, trakecl, mouze traps, brik dust, and all other zorts of sweetmate, inklu ding taters, sassages, and other g...

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THE NOTORIOUS BURKER HARE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

THE NOTORIOUS. BURKIR HARE. A correspondent at Bathurst who verifies his statement with his name, and refers to the present residence of the chief witness mentioned, has furnished us (iTle .Empire) with the following striking and interesting statement : "A story has being going the rounds of the papers concerning the emigration to, and: death in the backwoods of America, of the no torious Hare. Such, however, is a mere surmise, and the following may be relied on as facts concerning the cold-blooded villain in question, and there are men now alive, in the colony-who can prove the following circumstances :-When Hare and the woman Helen McDougall, his confederate in the mauy murders committed, were liberated from cus tody, they never cohabited again; consequently he had no wife.. He being admitted approver, or what is termed in Scotland, King's evidence, he was secretly dismissed from the prison at night, as the mob would have torn him in pieces. He hid himself amongst the wynds and cl...

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Country News. BUNGENDORE. EASTER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

S EASTER RACES. ONiEtster Monday the following Hack Races come o?ff on the. Bungendb'ro :ace course. The day being a generalbholiday tho, course was well attended both hby .equestrif'is ans .ped8trian, with a pretty sprinkling ofiPthe ,failsex. The racing waswell up to thoe mark, considering the short notice of the event, in iaet mian were not aware that the amuse ent was to taje pla. . F nsv'· rca ? :mle heats-for £5, entrance 10s.n, wasrun for by the following borsesý Mc, llstor's b m Jessie ".... .. 1 t,Lncli'a:g h Duffg,:...,.. '..8..... . 'Tiis"vis nilaEellent race, and well contosted pie and I-ro kept the lead Iuntil :lhinm wo thundred ya-ls of the- wilnning ost, w sn SJess iiade a sudden pusha:nd came in the winner by a head Dnffy ,te last thougi h ot more tlhan half a length. 2nd ent: a good start, iity leading by a considerable distance, wliOhmbe was overtaken by Hero, whodlkep Ithe lead within a short distance of ?tO?,linn ng post; when he was collard and past by ioth; Dnf...

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TAKING HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

TAKING HONEY. Two years ago we tried the fol lowing experiment on a hive of bees, from which it was desired to take the honey. Perhaps the Apiarian Society, and others in terested in the mhanagement of bees, will say whether the plan has hitherto been tried. Having bored a few holes near the top of the hive, it was then inverted, and an empty box of the same size placed over it: both were then lifted into an empty tub, into which water was slowly poured, allowing time for the li quid to penetrate tlrough the holes, but not too fast, in order to avoid drowning the bees. As the water rose amongst the combs the bees found their wayi up to the empty box, which was then lifted off and placed on the bee-stand. The box full of wa ter and combs was then lifted gradually out of the tub, the water escaping by the Iibles through which ,it entered.. The whole operation occupied but a few minutes, and scarcely any bees were lost.': The short time necessary prevented the honey ifrom being dissolv...

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SKETCHES FROM THE "TRENT." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

SKETCHES FROM THE " TRENT." " AN Officer of the Trent," un derstood to be Mr. C. P. Savage, of Belfast, has published a nar rative of the boarding of that ship by the 'sailors and marines of the San Jacinto. Several passages will be rdad with inter est, and these we extract: " The lieutenant was asked if he was aware that her Majesty's mails were on board, that he was violating the law of neutral ity, that his commander had done what might entail the most serious consequences. He knew it all perfectly, and so did his commander ; but have the bodies, dead or alive, of Messrs. Mason, Slidell, Eustace, and McFarland, he would. One of the ladies, a most charming per son, threw herself before the captain, and implored him, with clasped hands, not to' allow her husband to be dragged from un der the British flag. At last the final question was put, 'If we Sefuse to give these men up,what course will you adopt ? Take possession of the ship, and if you' steam ahead, sink you; we will have th...

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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, April 26. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

r?' GOLDEN AoE" omffe, April 26. Th Tne Prices quoted below dare reference only to Iraneac lions between the producer andfirst purchaser. QUEANBEhAN MARKET. Flour, per ton, fine £17; seconds, £16; rations, £15. " d i d What, per bushel ... ... ... 4 6 to 6 6 Bran, ditto .. .. .. .... 18 to 0 0 .tlize, ditto 4 6 to 5 0 arlvyrditto ...4.. .. 0 to 4 0 Oats, ditto . .. ... .. 5 0 to 6 0 Ilay, per ton ...... 41. to St. 10 utter, (salt) 1 8 to0 0 Bacon ... 0 5 to 0 7 Cheese, ... ( 0 to 0 7 1 Eggs ... 1 3 to 0 0 Potatoes, per cwt. 6s. Fat Cattle, 51. 10s. to ll. 10s.; Calves, II. 1St, ner head. Sheep, 15s. to E0s., per Iead; i?ts, 6d. per pontd Hides, 4s.: d to ?r. eacht Sheepsklns, 4dJ. to 6d lb Tallow, per too, 281. to 301. for good samples. Carriage, per ton,-Syvdney to Qeainbeyan, 71, I0s. to 91. Qoatnbaeyo to Ooonio, 31. 10,. to il. QUOTATIONS AT' THE MILLS. Fine flour; 171l Seconds, 161. Wheat ...4s Gd'to 56ed Bations, 151. per ton Pollard ... ... I. ad Bran .... . 3d. Grinding ........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

IIOLLOWAY' OINTMENT AND IPILLS.-Piea sure to the hcalthy.-Thoro are many ailments which, without endangering life, sadly prevent its enjoyment. The patient says he 1 is nei thor ill nor well," things once pleasln~ to him now cease to be pleasurable. Let such an In dividual try the corrective power of Hollo way's medicaments. When this Ointment is rubbed over the stomach, liver or kidneys, it penetrates, and regulates each function that is disordered, expels all noxious matters, and adjusts the secretions of every organ respec tively, so as to secure happiness to thehealth?y? Nausean, billions attacks, sick headache, and diarrhea, all succomb to this treatment, aided by the proper use: of Ilolloway's Pills, the approprinlo doses of which are printed to ac company each box. Department of Lands, Sydney, 81st March, 1802. Gold Fields. HTIS Excellency the Governor, LL with the advice of the Executive Coun cil, has been pleased to make the following Amended Regulation, under the Gold-Fiel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

FUNERAL. THE Friends of Mr. W. HUNT,   are respectfully informed, that the Fu- neral of his late wife, will take place to- morrow at Four o'clock in the afternoon, at which, they are invited to attend.     April 26th, 1862.    

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English Extracts. THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

(Fiomur oon Files.) - THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. THE following line, in memory of the late Prince Consort, have been submit ted to heFigajesty by Alfred Tennyson, ai?;aaknolecijged in a touching auto graph letteliby;_he Princess Alice, ex pressi` in the name of the Queen, the pleasur?'"nnd ,consolation her Majesty had derived from themn; .. The form the dedication'to. the new edition' of the Poet Laureate'sj'Idylls of the King.': These to his memorj~.-slnce he held them dear, Perchance as finding there unconsciously Some image of himsell' I dedicate, .I dedicate, I consecrate with tears,. These Idylls. And indeed he seems to me Scarce other than my own ideal knight, " 'Vho reverenced his conscience-as his king; Whose glory was, redressing human wrong; Who spake no slander, no,-nor listense 't it; Who loved one only, and who clave to h " Her, over all whose realms, to their last kle, Commingled with the gloom of imminent wa't The sbadow of his loss moved like eclipse, Darkening the wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. FRANCIS GILES & Co.: ARE now prepared to show in the various departments of their busi ness, the largest, choicest, and most attractive stock ever offered in the colonies by one Establishment, it comprises the richest and most recherchLi selection of French Goode ever imported.. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Fancy Dresses of every description. Rich Black Silk Glace, Noire Imperials, Moire Antiques, French Silks in Floral, and other designs, Foulard and Washing Silks, and Checked and Striped Silks in great variety.: Foreign and British Lace, Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, Furs, lhaberdacshery, 2rinmnings, ,tc. A magnificent stock of SHAWLS, `MANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. .LACE, LLAMA, PAISLEY .RSHAWLS. Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clan Tar tan Reps, Double Mallairs, Foplin Droguets, Rich Imperial Droguets, Real Aberdeen Win ceys, French Merinos, Poplinettes, co. The largest stock in Sydney of Ladies Crinoline Petticoats, Watch Spri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

DIED, On the 25th instant, at Two o'clock, at her residence, Elmsall Inn, Trincola-place, Quean- beyan, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. William Hunt, aged 56 years. Mrs. Hunt, a native of Cork, was one of the oldest residents in the town, having lived in it upwards of twenty-four years ; she was the first white woman who came to live in Queanbeyan. She has left behind her a hus- band and three children, together with a large circle of' relatives and friends to mourn the loss - of a loving and affectionate wife, a kind and indulgent mother, and a sincere and trusty friend. Her illness has been long and severe ; but Death has changed the burden, giving joy for sorrow and pleasure for pain. The resi- dents of the town will much regret her death, as she was ever ready and willing to assist in sickness or distress. Her end was peace.

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

itpouudilnjgs. (From the 'Government Gazette, April 15th) -*At BUNGENDORE, on the 6tih"April, from Gidleigh Estate ; damages £6: One dark bay entrl,.black points, pulled tail, TD near shoulder. If not released within 24 days from date of ublication, will be'sold. . J. BERNE, Poundkeeper. At GUNNING, on the 7th'April, from Langler. Paddocks; damages 5s.: One red ox, wide horns, WIR off hip; ?- ? R, If not released will be sold on the 3rd:Atay. (Fros,. the 'voperhnnidnt Gazette,' April 17.) Also, on'tle 11th April, from Dog RockEstate; damages'6s. Od. : One sajotted stag, ears marked, illegible brand near rump and ribs, like DlT over ML off ribs. Also, on the 12th, froinlByalla Estate; damages One'bay mare, whitef are, off hiid foot while, .TL near shoulder, 6'5years old, 183 hands high, !f not released, wsill be sold on the 9th May. W. R, IDD, oundkeeper. t" o At KENILJTORTII, on the 7th ??Pril, by Jo seph .Buclkmaster; damages and driving 6e. 8d.: One bayi horse, small star, pulled ...

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Epitome of News. (COLONIAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

(COLONIAL.) _ From our Contemporaries,: A woman named Blood, wife of a tailor in Sydney, has been killed by being throw~i d?own stairs during a drunken quarrel with her hus band, who is in custcdy. A court-martial is being hold in Sydney on; the chief engineer: of the 'awn, the chargb being that while the vessel was at Auckland he got drunk and ordered the steam to be got up, their being-no water in the boiler, so that the iron blistered and the vessel was in danger of being blown up. There is news of a terrible storm at Auck land. Many vessels were wrecked, and great damage caused to the shipping. Two men were drowned, and the loss to shipping is estimated at £10,000. The sentence upon Plsley and the aborigine Jackey Bullfrog, were carried into effect yes terday (the 25th) at Bathurst; Allerton and Keene are to be executed at Goulburn on the '5th of May, and Regan (alias Smith) at the same place on the 7th of May. Lawler and Watson (the companions of Keene), have had their sentence...

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