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

White Horse COLLECTO'R.... J.: 11KP SO N H AVINGG obtained a Publican's General License' for. the above Inn, begs most respectfully.to announce to.Ladies and Gentlemen travelling between Goulburn, Gundaroo, Gininderra, Queaniibeyhn, and Cooma that.they will find theo: ,COMFORTS OF: A HIOME": by calling at the WHITE HORSE. THE SLEEPING & DINING'ROOMS are fitted up with taste and`coinfort, being horoughly ventilated. MRS. SIMPSON'S undivided `attention will be given to Lady' Travellers; and assu-; rance is given that for - WELL AIREDi?EDS, COMFORTS, AND CONVENIENCE, the White Horse shall'not be excelled.:. THE STABLING & COACH?HOUSE are commodious dnd r~plete with all kinds of Provender. THE ALES, WINES." & SPIRITS are of the best brands. J. SIMPSON, in soliciting a call, ventures to say he will do his best to make his friends; comfortable. . . March 1th, 1863 HAROLD M. DAVIS,: IANST D AGE NT IVY COTFrGE. LOWE -STREET,: QUEANBEYAN. PERSONS desirouis of selectin...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GININDERRA. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

GININDERRA. CRICKET MATCH. FATHER Time, that ancient, yet withal "fast," old Pater-familias, who loves to mow down weeks, months, and years, at a rate that causes old fogeys to lecture upon the utter worthlessness of all youthful recreations in general? and to impress upon their sons in particular, the necessity of their having wiser heads upon their twenty-year shoulders, than they (their respected parents) had at thirty. Still, though "Father time" may bring com punctions, prickings of conscience to the go vernors, they do let out a youthful trick or two sometimes. To the juveniles, if they be cricketers, he is a really welcome guest. They look upon the deeds of the past, if praisewor thy, as something to be surpassed, and if their efforts have been unsuccessful, why in the "good time coming", they will retrieve their     reputation. Gininderra, on Easter Monday 1861, saw a goodly muster of players and spectators; and though Easter Monday 1861, fell to th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, APRIL 26th 1862. Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 April 1862

SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, 1862.   POLICE ARRANGEMENTS.--Instruc- tions have been received by the po- ice of Queanbeyan to the effect that the towns of Queanbeyan, Bungen- dore, and Gundaroo, are included in the Braidwood division of the dis- trict, under the immediate control of Mr. Inspector Walker, who is stationed at Braidwood. Mr. Super- intendent Markham, whose residence   is at the head station Cooma, takes charge of that portion of the dis- trict, including Micalago. At pre- sent the officer in control of the Queanbeyan force is Senior-consta- ble Reilly. Not a word has been heard yet as to whether we are to have a sergeant over this force or not. All the movements under the new police system appear to be very slow; and one instance of culpable negligence somewhere is that none of the men in the service (at least in this district) have yet received a fraction of pay since the first of March. How the constabulary can be expected, under the circumstance, t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ON-E Wo BoRRows YOUR PA t'R.-You ought rather to become a subscriber; you would then have someno claim on our stock of in formation; besides, you have not given us your real name.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Epitome of News. (COLONIAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

0,10 lite 04 'it S:(COLONIAL.) From' our Contemrporaries. A court-martial was held on the 23rd on a seaman ot H.M.S. Fawn, charged with deser tion and nmaking away with govern ment stores ; sentenced to four years' iloprisonnient. Ano ther seaman tor deserting .M1.S. l.'elorus, is also being tried. The trial of the engineer in charge of the Fawny, (not the engineer of that vesssel), cannot take place until the Or phleus, now daily expected, arrives, as the presence of three senior otlicers is necessary. The bones of' a child, in a shell of tea chest wood,were discovered protruding through the earth close to the foundation of the Roman Catholic chapel on Mount Carmel. No clue to any discovery has yet.been made. A female, with an infant in her arms, fell into 'lie bay at Manly Beachli, in the hurry to get on board the Phant.,m steamer. Both the female and child were rescued. On Friday last a young man named Smith in attendance on Mr. Ivory's horses at Hlimes' stables at Randwick, was ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MAY 3rd, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

SATURDAY 01~91Y 3rd, :.862. TI? announcement, last week,.in; this journal, of the demise of one of the oldest residents of Quean beyan, naturally suggests a few' thoughts on the rise and progress of the town. - Scarcely more than twenty years ago, this township corhprisalt but one inn and some three or four mi serable tenements, for the greater part simple bark huts. The name of village was too dignified for its description; with the above excep tion, the good .town of Queanbeyan boasted of nought but unimproved and unsold allotments of land, in tersected by an unbridged river. The fine country surrounding us was either unoccupied, or devote to the primitive purpose of depasturing sheep and cattle. Under a debasing government system, the employers were tyranical and despotic; and the employed the most wretched of bond slaves. For. the latter there was no justice,-no redress for tlfo cruel wrongs inflicted on them by: their persecutors, save that of taking the law' into their own han...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Gems from Poets. THE DANGERS OF THE MINE. THE CATASTROPHE AT THE NEW HARTLEY COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

THE DANGERS O, THE MINE; TUE CATASTROPHE AT; THE NEW HARTLEY COLLIERY :. ' Deep in the bowels of the earth,., Far from the gladsome day: With naught beside thl Davy lamp To light him on his way; With htawney hand -nd sturdy arrm, And face begrimmed by toil, The miner cleaves the ebon' wealth Of England's treasured soil. Hark ! heard ye not that fearful sound, That revibrating crash, Adown the dark and yawning shaft . The stones and timbers dash; And now, obstructed in their course, Fixed firmly far aloof, They form o'er those who toil below A solid, massive rooft Aghast, they hear the dreadful sound, And trembling with fear They haste towards the working's mouth, And pause with terror there ; The waters rushing down the shaft, Their sad forebodings prove, Alas! they're buried from the world, And all that is above. Deprived of air, deprived of food, That which would life prolong; Through the dark caverns of the mine, The dismal caves among, With sadden'd heart, but hopeful breast, Un...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Country News. COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

COLLECTOR. (Fromn our own Correspondcnt.) ON Tuesday, the 15th instant, the first anni versary of the Collector Band of Hope and Total Abstinenco Society was held here. The attendance was good, and the meeting of a very respectable character. 1 subjoin a fe'w particulars. About hialf-past four, p.m , the jurenile members of the society assembled in front of a large tent erected for the occasion, and ren-. dared conspicuous Iy tihe Union Jack, and other flags, the latter bearing appropr scriptions, which floated gaily from -i mit. Alter receiving three stand o bearing severally the Inscriptions Temper cc Sobriety, Prosperity, they proceeded to marcbh. having taken a few turns through the town ship, they returned to the tent, where a plen tiful supply of tea and confectionery awaited them. I need hardly add, that all seemed cheerful, and that ample justice was done to the good things laid before them. - About six p.m., the whole party adjourned to the Old All Sanint's Church, where th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

[.... a OAnn.] MISS R. LEVY, DRESS ANO MANTLE MAKER Crawford-st., Queanbeyan. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, MR.J.W. SCRIVENOR, Solicitor, has removed bls Ollces, to tho premt see lately oce Ipled as the GOLDEN AGE Prlr1Jng Office, Monaro-street, Qucanboyan. `'TEA MEETING. THE ANNUAL -MEETING of Stho Quannboyan Branch '- socfatlon of th ChurchuSoelety will (n.v.) leo held In the OpIWELLOWS'. ILL, " on WVEDNES DAY .EVENINO, the 14th instant, when Addresses,on matters'nffecting the Interests of the Church :will be delivered, . - -r o ·· TN pursuance of the provisions of e :Thle Crown Laud's Alienation Act of 1861," I, theoMinisfee for Lauds; do hereby notify that the following lots of iland will ;be 'offered for sale, by public auction, at the tan dermentioned places, at eleven o'clock, on the days specified, at the upiset price affixed to' each lot'respectively. (Deposit 25 iercent.) JOHN..ROBERTSON: Queanbeyan, (AT TH?-i POLiCE rFFICE,) o0 SaSATURDA 1T lh o day ~f 1lral, 1862, S COUNTRY LOTS.-M...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, May 3. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

" GOLDEN A?t" 0ofiee, Muy 8.3; The Prices quoted below hive reference only to transac tions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MIARKET. Tl:,r, per ton, tIne ±17; acconds, .Yi; rations, .15. Sd s d l erbushel, ... ... ... 4 0 to 5 0 i5ri,1 lat .. . ... 1 3 to 0 0 -Mtize, ditto ... ... .. 4 to 5 0 hlnrley, ditto ... ... .... 4 0 to 4 0 Oats, ditto .. .. ... 5 0 to G 0 ney, pertonw. . 41. to GI. 10 Butter, (salt) 1 to 0 0 Dtncon, ... 0 i to 0 7 Chle?, .. 0 0 to 0 7 jEggs, ... 1 5 to 0 0 Potatoes, per El. ... 5s. Fnt; C,?'e, 5t. Ios. to '7. Io.; Calves, It. 16s, ver head. t9 I:ep, i5s. to 20.; per head; 'igs, id. per pound Uiitu, 4s. d to To. sccti Shlleepkinn, 4Ld. to ad lb Tut o, per ton, e"lt. to "tt., for good saruples. Carioge, per ton,--Sdlney to QC;cne?nluun, 71. 10s. to 01. Qucunbeyss to a .,oa, 31. 10s. to :U. Q UO'.ITOYS .17' TIHE MfILLS. Fine flour, 171. Seconds, lot. Wheat ...3a Cd to s Od ,Rations, 151. per ton Pollard ... ... Is. 1d roeu . ... ...' Is. d....

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

impouitndilp. (Frolm the Giovernment a:actte,' April 23.) At JKENIL VOIRTII, Yitss, on the 14th April, by order of R. P. Johnston, R'sq.: One bay roan horse, pulled tail, saddle markled, hind legs white, JP over T' near shoulder, .l El near thigh, JNdof shouldes. If not released within 21"4 daUsfrom date of peublication, will be sold. W.I S!II)NKWIIVI, Poundkeeper. At YASSS, on the 10th April,from Dourou Ea tate, by E.: Ilowc, Ehyq.; damages" and driving, 2s. : One brindle snaily working bul.'oclr, ES oi. rump, LS ribs. Also, on the 14t/h, from Kurrajong, by order of Afr. G. Smith; damages 'and driving 7s. Oid.: One light brindle working bullock, slit in off ear, like 9q off rump a l 'ibs.': ' Also, on the 15th,.fromu' i.lrd'sFlait,; by Mlr. T. iYilleen ; damages and'driving 4s. ?d. each : One brown snare, etar,;'?b-- . over B3X near shoulder, and illegible brand over; one black filly foal, tump under belly, II near ribs; one.chesnut coll, hind feel while, unbranded. Also, on same d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

Notice. THE UNION STEAM MILLS, T?HIE undersigned begs to inform his constituents and the public that the aboveM ills will positively RESUME WOR]K ON MONDAY, May 5th. JOHN I-IIG-MAN. DODSWORTHI SB'JA.11[ M VILLIS, YCT IvB EY .A.rT. JOHN GREGORY, jJAVING taken a lease of the above Mills, which have recently been put into thorough working order by the owner at considerable expense, is now prepared to do, any amount of Grinding, at the shortest The WINDMILL will still be kept atwork, when practicable, for those cus tomers who may find it to y. their advantage to deliver theii; grain at that place; and in caseS where orders . are for immediate execu tion, the wheat will be Sconveyed to .Dodsworth, and the Hlour delivered at D untroon Mill, free of charge. Tlie greatest despatch in the fulfilment of all orders many be relied on; and in all. cases w"here flour is given in exchango for wheat, the beat quality is guaranteed. Grinding Is. 6d. per Bushel. Firewood. : TIH E undersigned, havingr...

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English and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

THE MARItIAOE Or TILE PRINCESS ALICE.--'The treaty between her Ma jesty and the Grand Duke of 'Ilesso, relative to the marriage of the Prin cess Alice, has been issued. It con sists of nino articles. The expenses of the joint establishment are to be defrayed out of the appendage of the bridegroom, which is fixed at 40,000 florins a-year, and the interest of the marriage portion of the Princess Alice, which is £30,000. 'Articles 4, 5, and 0 provide for the invest ment of her Royal Highness's mar rinage portion, and for its disl?osal in case of their being issue or other wise. 'By the 7th article. her Ma jesty promises to secure to her daughter from the :time of her mar riage the annual sum of £6000, to be received by commissioners named by the Queen for the solo and sepa rate use of the Princess. The Grand Duke of Hesse engages by the 8th article to secure to her Royal High ness, in the event of the death of his son, a jointure, together with a residence at Darmstadt, and the in tere...

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PROSPECTS OF A TERMINATION OF THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

PROSPECTS OF. A TERMINATION ' OF TiHE: AMlERICAN WAR. THre "New York Times ". publishes, as from the " highest possible authority," a letter dated at WVas.hington, from which we take the following extract:- " I write warmly about General M.'Clel Ian, because I know and love the man. Your suggestion to attack Manassas, even at the risk of defeat,on the ground that we had better be beaten than 'rnt to pieces, is not like your usual good seilse. Any military. man would tell you that to hurl our forces against those strong entretichmnents would be sheer miadness. But General i'Clellan has themt caught in their own triap. Tbey are like a.fox in a burrow with one hole, where thl y must soon be forced out., and then Gen eral MlClellan .wil fitll upoi theni like a thunderbolt. The public will not then complain of his wantt of energy. I tell you it will be so fearful as to have wailing and mourning go up from every Southern household.. Knowing ,what I do, and have thus but barely hinted at, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. FRANCIS GILES & Co. ARE. now prepared to show in the various departments of their busl ness, the largest, choicest, and most attractive stock ever offered in the colonies by one Establishment, it comprises the richest and most rccherchb selection of French Goods ever imported. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Miantles, 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, HIosiery, Gloves, Furs, haberdashery, Trimmings, S"e. A magnificent stock .of SHAWLS, IFIANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. LACE, LLAMA, PAISLEY SIIAWLS. Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clan Tar tan Reps, Double Mahairs, Foplin Drognets, Rich Imperial Droguets, Real Aberdeen Win ccys, French Mherinos, Poplincttcs, &c. - The largest stock in Sydney of Ladies Crinoline Petticoats, Wa...

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FERRIS SON AND DOYLES REPORT. [LATE FERRIS AND SON] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

FERRIS SON AND DOYLES REPORT. CLATIr reants A.I) soN] Maiee.-(New) -Is Od to is Otl per bushel Oots.-(sae, d lld feed) Its Ud to 5s 3d per bushel, Barley.--(Cape) Ss; (IEnglish) Os ld per bushel. WVlteat.-4- s :d to 4u 9d per Ieustnel; (imnported) Ls to ti 3d per, bushel. Irnm.-Is 2d to s led. per bushel. ntLtter.-l- d to Is .d per lb. Ilaeo.-7- d to Ud per Ilb. (scarcu) Cal'es.-i s to 35., eoclt. Cheese.-- d to dtl per lb. *.: r , Floeer.lJ'ine towt 131 to 131 10s per ton.. Fine conn Stry 131: (Atdehide) 131 to 141 Os 'per ton. Iav.- Lueerne, t l5 to 51 la. Oateu, 81 to t per tou tOnlens,-15t to 20sOper ct. I. Poltatoe,--l5 to Ill Is per tun . Pigs,-Atlive about ld per Itt. Tallow.--(leetf) .1 Od to 31s ld per ctw; (mutton) 41s to 42s per reet. IiJhd.-.-Cured wtd lheavy, 13s to 1.0d each it; small and light tIs to Ih's ctcit. heepskins.--td to td per lb Colotlal 'T'obacco, tihe celcltted 888 brand, os per lb. Seeds.-]?]l i top gtlss, s ttil per itt; plirie grnss, :s Id per lit. lti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

MARRIED, On the 1st instant, at St. Gregory's Church, Queanbeyan, by the Rev. A. J. Forde, WILLIAM EVANS DIGNAM, of Goulburn, to MARY ANNE, third daughter of Mr. John Lenihan, Jun., of Garranturton, Waterford.

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Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

Local Intelligence.   COURT OF REQUESTS. THE bi-monthly court of requests for the re covery of small debts was held on Thursday,   the following magistrates being at different times of the day on the Bench :--Messrs. C. E. Newcombe, W. F. Hayley, T. Rutledge, A. Cunningham, and P. C. Palmer. The following cases were adjudicated on: KEANE V. J. A. O'NEILL.   The plaintiff was a waterman, and sued for 1/6, the price of three casks of water delivered to defendant. The set-off filed in the court by defendant was that payment had been of- fered, but refused. On his oath defendant admitted the claim, and that he had several times offered the same to plaintiff who always refused, saying, let it alone till it reaches a higher sum. The plaintiff was also sworn, and positively denied that the claim had been tendered and refused, until after summons was taken out.-Verdict for plaintiff 1/6 and   5/. cost. SAME V. WOODMAN. Plaintiff claimed 20...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

LANLD . BALLS IN pursuance of the provisions of - "The Crown Land's Alienation Act of 1861," I, the Minister for Lands, do hereby notify that the following lots of land will be offered for sale, by public auction, at the un dermentioned places, at eleven o'clock, on the days specified, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. (Deposit 25 per cent.) JOHN ROBERTSON. Queanbeyan, (AT TILE POLICE OFFICE,) On SATU7RDAY, 17th day of May, 1862, COUNTRY LOTS.-MURRAY. Lot A, 41 acres; lot B, 47 acres; lot C, 52 acres-on the right bank of Merigan Creek, near Fairy Meadow, about 11 miles north easterly from Bungendore. Lot D, 100 acres-adjoining the east boun dary of 0. Campbell's 168 acres 2 roods, and adjacent to the north boundary of It. Camp bell's 4000 acres at Pialligo. Lot E, 100 acres-adjoining the north bonun dary of R. Campbell's 1000 acres near Pialligo. The upset price of the above lots is £1" per acre. SUBURBAN LOT.-AT QUEANBEYAN. Lot F, 4 acres 8 roods 88 perches, allo...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MAY 10th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

SA'TURDAYI, IHAY 101t, '1862. TIlE Empire, of the 29th ultimo, has the followig :'-"As the tithe is fast approaching for the meeting of Par - liament, the Governnient are pre paring for the forthcoming campaign. Among thebills whiichwill be brought forward, we have been informed, are the following, under the charge of the honourable the Minister for Lands :-1. Impounding Billn 2. Re gistration of Cattle Bill; 3. Bill for facilitating the erection of boundary fences as well on freehold as- lease hold hand; 4. Bill to facilitate the destruction of 'the native dog ; 5. Bill for providing means,-by as sessment of stock, for meeting. the expense necessary for eradicating the disease in cattle called pluero neumonia, the disease in sheep called scab, and on the destruction of the native dog; 6. Bill to facilitate ar tificial water supply; 7. Bill to fa cilitate the drainage of land; 8.. Bill to amend the law relating to public roads'; 9. Bill to encourage .the pro pagation of oysters; 10....

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