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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

REUTERhS TELEGRAMS ' It will be recollected, that on the arrival of the, last mail from Englind, on the 15th April, we were able.to place befode the -public a summary of the intelligence, received by telegram from Adelaide, considiabhl. in ad-2 vance of our daily contemporary. As the Melbourne Argus, and the S"ydne, '1lo~rning HeIlcrald have for a long timo combined to se cure, at a very heavy outlay, a practical mo nopoly of the news and the telegraph wires oi the arrival of the mail, and as we found, ourselves unable single=lianded, to defeat this monopoly, althobgh, previous to its existence, our efforts were generally successful in anti cipating the telegrams of the Herald alone, it may not be uninteresting to our readers to be informed how it was effected on this occa sion. There is at Adelaide a Mr. Sinnett, a gentleman of great tact 'and resource, who was our correspondent there when the mails were transhipped at Kangaroo Island.. We communicated with -Messrs. Greville and Bi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. PETTY DEBTS COURT. RUSSELL v. ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

*oc~i[ ~intc1iiwigaý. PETTY DEBTS COURT. RUSSELL V. ROYAL. This was an adjourned case from the pre vious week. Plaintiff's claim amounted to £6 °s. Gd. ]Defendant pult in a set-off of £9 10s. for certain head of cattle, and half a carcase, sold to plaintiff, and admitted that plaintiff had paid £3 10s. on account, leaving £6 still due. P'laintiff contended that the cash he paid to defendant was three onc-pound notes, a cheque for £1 5s., and two half crowns, in all £4 l0s. Defendant maintained that all the motey he oever received was three one-pound notes, and ten shillings in silver. A witness was called to confirm this statement. Verdict was given for plaintiff, 2/0 with 5/. costs.

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EXECUTION OF KEENE AND ALLERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

EXECUTION OTF KEENE --AND.. ALLElRTON - (From the Gouilburi 1Herald): O? Monday the last dread penalty of, the law was carried into dffect -f the persons of HeIn ry Keene, convicted at the late Goulbuirn as sizes of the murder of James Laurie, at Brennan's station on. the Billabong, and on Benjamin Alleirton, convicted of `shooting at and wounding David Elliott, at the WVakool Inn, in the Deniliquin district. Dilring the'time these men had been under sentence they had both behaved in abecoming manner, and by the assiduous attention of the Catholic clergymtan and the sisters of mercy, they appeared to have been brought to a pro per sense of their position, and -prepared to leave this world. On Saturday the sacrament was administered. As the time left the condemned in this world drew nigh its close, the sisters of mercy became unremitting in their attention. " They. continued with them up to a late hour on Sunday, and returned to the prison at day light on the following morning. On th...

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POLICE COURT. ASSAULT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

POLICE COURT. ASSAULT CASES. On Thursday, Margaret Schofleld summoned Bridget Crampton for unlawfully assaulting and beatingher.. Defendant denied the charge The parties are neighbours, and on last Mon day were at variance owing to some offensive remarks that had been uttered by defendant. Complainant went to defendant's door to seek an explanation, when defendant ordered her away, and upon refusing to go, struck her with a poker on the arm. .Complainant then seized the poker, and called for help. Mrs. Lloyd went to her aid, and the two tried to take the poker from defendant. In the strug gle, all camne into the street, when complain ant's husband came up and wrested the poker from the hands of defendant. On being cross examined by defendant complainant denied calling her a dirty strumpet; did not say to Mrs. Lloyd, "Let me near her till I tear her;" Mrs. Lloyd advised complainant to come away, and not hurt herself. This was the case. The Bench deferred judgement; The parties now ch...

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

[.t CARD.J MISS. R. LEVY, DRESS AND MANTLE MAKER, Crawford-st., Queanbeyan. ' " JAMES 3ARRETT, PLUMBER, BRAZIER, AND TIN-PLATE WORKER, IMORRISSETT-STREET, QUEANBEYAN All kinds of Jobbing attended to with punctuality and moderate charges. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, / R. J.W. SCRIVENOR, Solicitor, iJL has removed.his Ofices, to the premi ses lately occupied .as the GOLDEN AGE Printing Offlce, Moniro=street; Queanboyan. } £20 Reward. !TOLEN, or Strayed from Mo S longlo, about thle 16thof :Aprillast, one Bay ENTIRE COLT, three years old, branded iJH conjoined under the saddle, short tail, and; black points. The above reward :will be pald if stolen, Iand £1 if "strayed, on delivery of the horse to BOWA EN. & M''ALISTER, , , . . Iolonglo... To bd Let, :or Sold:, A COMFORT?LE Family Resi deonce, containing Four Rooms,- well ventilated,.to be sold:or to let, and situated in a pleasant. part of the town of Queanbeyan: Apply to T'HOMIAS ROYAL, S Queanboyan: W anted, .' .: * A BLACKSMITH -. A ...

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

l lnp.ound1illS. - (From the 'Goverunment Gazette,' April 29.) At It'ENIL WORTH, Yuass, on 21st April, iy Mlr. . .Davis ; damages and driving, £2 12s. Gd. One bay entire, white stripe down face, pulled tail, a tykh appearance of brand near shoulder. If not releaserd, will be sold in twenty-fou.s. clays from lthle of publication. 11. SHINK IIVN, Pountrlkeeper. (From .the 'Government Gazette, May 2nd) At GL'N) ~ RO0, on the 24th April, from 'arfrldrl, by Mr. 11. Elliot; damages and driving 2/t each : One dark bay mare, star, black points, IC ovcr III near shouder ; one bay! mare, saddle muarked, black poins, hobble marked, 7'[ over S near shoulter ; one hbal manre, black points, hobble chain on, DBII ? j)'shoulder, A near shouhlr. If not released within 24 days from date of publication, will be sold. 1IV. AF'FLEC?K, Poundkeeper. At JBRAID WIOOD, on the 24th April from Tllaoon Creek, by Mr. .. Irvin; danuwres, £1: One h?ll horse, ?ong tail, sutr. black points, 2 over L O offT houldlrr,...

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

MARRIED,   On the 14th April, at Moonbucca, Bland,   by special license, by the Rev. J. Adams, James Beveridge, Esq., Wantabadgery, to Jane, second daughter of Steel Caldwell, Esq. DIED, At his residence, Yarralumla, on the 3rd inst , Patrick, the beloved son of Patrick and Mary Maheran, of Yarralumla, aged 25 years 11 months, leaving two loving aged parents and an affectionate brother to lament their untimely loss. -May the Lord have mercy on his soul.

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METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENON.—THE "LADY DENISON." WE extract the following letter from the Herald of Wednesday:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENON. THE'- LADY DENISON." We extract the following letter` from the Gerald of Wednesday ; ; Sir,-I send you the following communica tion in the hope that it may not prove without interest to your scientific readers. On Saturday, the 12th instant, I left Lcun ceston in the above vessel For several days we were baffled by head winds, and on Thnrs day the 17th, we had only reached latitude 38380, longitude 149D50 E. ;.This day was an eventful day to us; for not to speak of several flying-fish that sprang on.board, and an enor nmous sword-fish that showed: himself several times near our vessel, we witnessed a sight granted but to few. About twelve o'clock, a waterspout appeared in the distance, not near enough to cause ap prehension. ' A few hours after, however, an immenhe one hove in sight, much nearer, and passed the ship at.right angles. It seemed like a gigantic hose let down from the clouds (which had accumulated in great masses), and communicating with a cau...

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

tAL.%ItNG FIncB.-About one o'clock on Sunday morning the inhabitants of Braidwood were aroused from their slumbers by what has hitherto been a cry of most unusual occurrence, viz., that of fire. It nppears that the long range of stables in \Ir. David Richard son's yard, and closely adjacent to the residence of Thomas Palethorpe, by some means or other caught fire. Two men were sleeping at the back of the stable, and the fire awakened one, who called his mate. and they at once pro-. ceeded to get the horses, three in num ber, out of the stable, one of which was the racehorse Long Legs, and. we are happy to say that they succeeded in so doing. As soon as the fire become known the neighbours rushed in to ren der every assistance in their power, and it was mainly through their endeavours that the residence of Mr. Palethorpe escaped falling a victim to the devouring element. Sergeant Duffy, assisted by constables Geelan, Lenthall, and Kelly, did all in their power to arrest the pro gress...

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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, May 10. The Prices quoted before have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

" iGOLDE. AC,' OUlce, .May 10. 9- The Treies quoltd belorw hare reference only to lransac lions between thle plrodrer and firt purchaser. QUE.N li.E 'AN MARIK.7tT. .lisr, per ton, fine £17 ; seconds, £10; rations, £ls. Sit d oi t er bushel, ... .. 4 to 5 lrrf, :to ... ... h... ... "1 8 to 0 t ltize, ditto ... ... ... ... 4. to 0 n.len ., ditto :.. ... ... ... 4 0 to 4 0 Oats, dltto .. ... ... " 5 I to G 0 llov, per ton .... 41 to . 0 flutter,(sault) I 3 to 0 Iltcon., 0 5 to 0 7 Chbe, ... ito 0 7 'ggo, ... 1 3 to U U Potatoes, tier rit.. .. Fi;: CileE, It. 111. to 7. 10a.; Cahven, 1. 15s, err huead. l.sp, 15s. to 0os., per Ihead; ]'igS, (ld. per piOnd Itif'si 4s. .d to Sr. eacht o thecpskis., 41(d. to Oil Ib Ta!:s., per ton, 2?t. to t301., for et od s:apllles. Cu:riago, per ton,-Sydn.ey to QUlislo l een, 71. 10s. to 01. QUeatllbeynrt to Coolll; 31. 1u0. totl!. QUOTATIONS AlT T7711 .LLS. Finlu flour, 1I1. Seconds, ;16. Whtit ...s CJd to sod Itations, 151. per ton Pollard ... ... Is. d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 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 over offered in the colonies by one Establishment, it comprises the richest and most recherche selection of French, Goods ever imported. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Fancy Dresses of every description. Rich Black Silk Glace, Noirh 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, IlaberdasheriJ,, Trimmings, j c. A magnificent stock of SHAWLS, MANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. LACE, LLAMA, PAISLEY SHAWLS. Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clan Tar tan Reps, Double Mahnirs, Foplin Droguets, Rich Imperial Droguets, Real Aberdeen Win ceys, French Merinos, Poplinettes, &c. The largest stock in Sydney of Ladies 'Crinoline Petticoats, Watch S...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

FATAL ACCIDENT. A fine young man, aged twenty-five years, named Patrick Maheran, a servant of Augus- tus Gibbes, Esq., of Yarralumla, met with a shocking accident on Wednesday se'nnight, which resulted in his death on the following Saturday morning. We are indebted to the courtesy of Dr. Morton, coroner of the district, who held an Inquest on the remains of the deceased, on the day of his death, for the following particu- lars, which are the substance of the deposi- tions taken down on the occasion. On the day of the accident deceased was sent to Queanbeyan in charge of a bullock dray loaded with wheat for the mill. He ob- tained flour in exchange; and late in the even-   ing of the same day, he left town with his team, accompanied by Mrs. Bergin, a neighbour, who was riding on the dray, while deceased drove the bullocks on foot. They called at an inn before leaving town, and each had a glass of rum at Mrs. Bergin's expense. Deceased and the woman carried out of town a ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM ENGLAND. Greville & Bird's Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM ENGLAND. [BY ELECTRIC TEIEGR EP:. Greville & Bird'saTelegram. THE branch steamner City of Sydney arrived at Adelaide'yesterday at 9 a.m. from King George's Sound witl the En glish news brought by the Northam. The Australian January mails\ were delivered in London on the 17th and 20th of March.. The Queen has left Osborne whithe'i she for some time retired after the death of Prince Albert,. arid has re turned with the court to Windser. The Queen has laid the foindationi stone of the Mausoleum about to be erected at Frogmore to contain, the re mains of Prijice Albert. Her Majesty's health continues good: The Albert Memorial Fund mnscreases but slowly. The King of the Belgiains has been taken seriously ill. Important debates have been held, in both Houses of Parliament concerning the blockade of the Southern American ports, it having been contended that the breaking of the blockade is necessary as a protection to our commerce. The Government asserted 'h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

Department of Lands, Sydney, 2nd May,"1862. ITS EI cellency the Goeiernor, with the advice of the Executive Oouicil, directs it to be notified that, in pursuance of the~rovisions of the" Crown Lands Alienation Act; 186),-. the Lands specified in the .Schedule appended hereto 'shrill be reserved from sale until surveyed, for the. preservation of water supply or oither public purpose. S - a..JO N ROBERTSON. SOITIEDTJLE. -Area. S Locality .Description. Datc of Gazette -^ Square Proclamati.) Miles (if any. COUNTY OF CAMDEN, 2 At the Three Creeks, 1 County of Camden; commencing at a point on Hloddle's line o bearing east and distant 60 chains from a road from Kiamu marked gum tree, at the source of the Win to Wing cprrace. gccarr'bce Rivor; and. bounded thence on - at the selicte of the (iorth by a line bearing west 1 mile; the .Wingecarrabee on the east by a line bearing. south 1 mile; River: on the south by a line bearing west I mile; on the west by a line bearing north.1 mile, to the ...

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CONTINENTAL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

CONTINENTAL;+ Political intrigues' are fiw ifeiPN ris, where riotous demonstraitons: of all kinds are of frequent occurrence." ,Se verc measures have been taken' againstl parties and students, an'd ninnyy arrests have iniconsequence beenTmndIL4. "Much escitemaat prevails in :Rome oiing 'to certain i demonstrations that have been made by the irench troops. The French Anibassidoti"left suddenly for Parisi, itfter haviiig adi aprivite inttrviow with Hish Hohncss the Pope, who.is sariously ill 'In Prussia the Liberald hav e ith drawn from th cabine t, and a reaotioti ary. ministry has been ,?ormed' .-,The, King has issue4 a manifest, -.declaring that the power of the Crown is essential to Prussia, TAustrhi; .Bia ina,T and the other German Powers,bwhoaconriing ii protest against the Federal policy of Prussia have reiterated in a sdcoid note their adherence to their views At Berlin extraordinnry ;iilhit iry;.prepara tions, are going forward, pro' ucsng the most.intense e~ltiiehnt'! hitnbg...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MAY 17th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

SATURDAY 2LAY 17t4, 1862. OwINa to a press of matter, and the space occupied by our advertising favours, we are compelled to forego our leading article this week.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Front the Gouthurn acid other Papers.) Tuesday night. Mr. Robertson, is laid up by a fall froms his horse, but is not-seriously injured. A telegram from Brisbane says that Walker discovered a river running west a hundred miles from the UplierBurdokin-and from infor mation received from the blacks, he believes that traces of Leichhardt are to be found there, and be therefore wishes to explore it. At a lato hour on Sunday evening, two men were apprehended by tbo pollee. on sus picion of being concerned In the numerous robberies which bare so recently disgraced our city. In more than one instance they have been identified as the principal actors in these crimes. The escort from the Lachlan takes 6018 oz. gold, and £2700 cash. Thorn's plenty of wa ter. A great rush has takln place to Barker's Creek, which Is suponed to be a tributary of the Billabong. It Is 40 miles nearer Orange. The Suburban Railway Company, Mel bourne, has taken of' all special trains. All the I...

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COLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

COLONIAL. SHOCKINo AFFAR.-:Very panftil circum stances (says the Melbourne Aga) were dis closed in an inquest held by Dr. Youl, on the body of a married person named Evans, found dead or dying, hi her house atCatheriue-street, Richimond, Victoria-all the more painful that it is probable these lines will disclose to the relative -most nearly concerned the heart rending circumstances of the case. By the evidence of a married woman named College, residing immediately opposite to the house occupied by the deceased, it appeared that she came to reside there about two months since. Her husband, an employe, apparently a clerk, and said to be a member of the volunteer force, engaged somewhere on the Victorian lines of railway, was in tho habit of coming home avery Saturday evening returning to the scene of his labours on the following Monday morning. Mrs. Evans did not as sociate very much with her neighbours, but in conversation, a few days since, she told Mrs. College that she expected he...

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

POLICE COURT. T-URSDAY. AssAuLT.-HIenry Murphy, of Bungendore, appeared on summons to answer a charge of assault upon William Marsden. The assault being proved, he was fined £1 and costs. ANOTIIEa AsSAULT.-Alfred Hatton, also of Bungendore, appeared on summons to answer a charge of assault preferred by Mary Ann Donohough. Defendant applied for a post ponement of the case for a fortnight, to enable him to procure the evidence of a material witness. Case postponed accordingly. VAoanAcY.-Margaret Delaney was comi committed to Goulburn gaol for vagrancy. LUvAcY.-Mrs. Thompson, of Yarralumli, on the evidence of two medical gentlemen was also committed to Goulburn, as a dangerous person, and unable to take care of herself. MAILs Yon EuROPE. - The Royal mail steamship `Madras with the outward mails will leave Sydney for Point de Galle, on Thursday the 22nd instant, and all letters and papers intended for transmission by this op portunity should be posted beforeeighto'clock on Mdnday mornin...

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THE PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

THE PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. (From tIe Empire.) ton many years it has been felt by those who watch with interest the intellectual progress of the colony; that it is most desirable that Sydney should be supplied with periodical literature, such as that which is put before the British public in the monthly magazines and quarterly reviews. And thcugh many at tempts have been frequently made to establish this kind of literature among us-hitherto with very little success, every new attempt is hailed with sanguine hope. For undoubtedly it will be a great advantage .to the reading community to have a periodical supply t of well written magazines. When, therelore, the announcement was made, in the advertising columns of the daily journals, that a new ma gazine was to be started in connection with the Presbyterians-a denomination that in cludes a large proportion of the best educated minds in the colony-all candid well-wishers to the community were prepared to welcome the appearance of the pro...

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