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

(qtiaSi tNlYi . ce SSYDNEY. (From the 1letropolitan Papers.) John Eldred, John Fletcher, and Mary Fletcher, have been committed for trial under the coroner's warrant for causing the death of a man named Iiovendon, lately a compositor on the Empire newspaper. Mr. Billing, the well-known proprietor of the Watson's B3ay Menagerie, died on Mon day morning, at Mr. Kelly's inn, Pitt-street, where he had been residing for some weeks. A builder, named Frederick Lavers, resid in Newtown,-attempted suicide by taking four grains of strychnine, which lie purchased at the shop of Mr. Mills, chemist, Newtown road. Hle was attended by Drs. Foulis and Sedgwick, who state that lie is not yet out of danger. On Monday night a married man, a stone mason by trade, named Titlsothy Faucett, committed suicide by eitting his throat with a razor. His wife heard him out of bed, when her attention was attracted by something dropping on the fioor--it was his lifeblood. Medical aid was procured, but of no avail,...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

PLEASulee To Ttil T-IALcnv.-Unless the digestion be in good order, oar spirits droop, and our bodies soon become enfeebled. Hol loway's remedies relieve at once a disordered stomach, and restore the digestive brgans to perfect health bud vigour. The Oiutment should be liriskly rubbed twice a'day over the pit of the stomach, and upon the right side, thatit may stimulate and regulate the liver. The Pills act as gentle aperients, purify the blood and- cool the syatem. They subdue irritation, tend remove all obstructions. In dropsy and diseases of the kidneys Immense success has attended the diligent use of Hol loway's Pills and Ointment, which will so ad Just every function, that happiness must result.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, May 17. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

"COLoEN ArE" Oflice, May 17. t-Tie Pries r. teeld belo tne A'reufre'~..ce only to traiaee liars bltiere,t thee croehaire raedfi-al jerc'/cccer. QUE11NBE'_AN MARKET. l1::r, per ton, fine £17; second;, £1t; rations, £11. Wku , er bushel, 4 ft to 5 0 r.te,s iyto It 0 t Mien, eittot ... ... l... ... tt to 0 0 M1arle . dtto .o ... ... .. 4 0 to 4 0 Outs, ditto .. .. .. *. 5 0 to it 0 Flay, per ton, . . .. . to -16o. 10 Itottter,(salt) I 1 toO 0 I ittcou,..0 5 to 0 7 Chcesc., . 0 6 totl 7 Itoggs, ... t 3 to 0 0 rolcatoeo, per clot. ... .c Ca terr , 51. 10*. to 71. t1Q.; Calves, 11. 15, tior hoed. Hasip, is, to s., pere tend ; figo. lid. per poad 511,, 4.- e)d. to tco. onich Slo'rbputski .td. to fed l Tol:ow', per ton, itO!. to SO!., for good neipcts. Caringe, per too,-Sedoey to laotceyoo, 7!. 103. to 0h. Qeionb-yoo to eorota, 3i. Oe. to -11, QUOT4'i'.4rOs .47' T11W MIILLS. Fine floor, 171. Secolau , 10!. wttepe .n. l.d to Scund tations, 151. per ton Poltrd . . Is. lid Sratae 1. . C1. Gori...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. A N-ERvous IsmnDIUAL next week.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

Stupottittittl).. (From the 'Gorernment Gazette, lasy 0th.) At YASS, on the 12th April, from Bell tdle, by Air. al. Cossack; re-adsertised; dama yes and driving 1s. 3d.:- U One black horse, docked tail, car marked, J F over * with illegible brand near shoulde', .3 un er near saddle, broken in, 0 years old, l3o} hands haigh. If not released, will be sold on the 24th Mfay. Also, on the 30th April, from Douro Estate, by ii. Jioto, Log. ;damages and driving 2s : One brindle working bullock, luimp on cheek, L14 . . of7' ribs. If not released, will be sold on the 20th May. J;JHAROLD, Poundkeeper. At 7UNlVDAiOO, on the 28th April, by Mr. 1. A'dzards, for trespass; damages and drivissg is. 8sl.: One chesnut more, blaze, W over S off shoul der, S off ribs, indistinct brand near shoulder, ,ear hind foot tohite, sho 1. 4f not released on or before the 80th May, will be sold. A'. AJFFLECK, Poundkceper. At GUNNING, on the 20th April, from the growing crop of iF. Driscollt; dauages One bay horse,...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

LAND SALES, JN pursuance of the provisions of "The Crown Land's Alienation Act of 1801," 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- s 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. Queanboyan, (AT Tisa '05OICE OFFICE,) On SATURDAY, 17t0 day of May, 1862, COUNTRY LOTS.-MURcAY. Lot A, 41 acres; lot 13, 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 cast boun dary of C. Campbell's 108 acres 2 roods, and adjacent to the north boundary of R. Camp bell's 4000 acres at Pialligo. Lot E,160 acres-adjoining the north boun dary of R. Campbell's 1000 acres near Pialligo. The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. sU5URBAN LOT.-AT QUEANDEYAN. Lot F, 4 acres 3 roods 38 perches, allotme...

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

* AMERICA. The captur& of Fort Donialdson. has heern effected by the Federnl troops, nt ter a most fierce struggle and ii nnmbor, of Federal prisoners, therein* released'; the news has produced inmmonse enthu siasm in the North. The loss of life on both sides was very heavy. The Confederate Generals, Pillhn and Floyd, after a determined stand, decamped with 5,000' men pursued by the Federals; the Confederates then miade a stand, at Nashville, under Beauregard with 65,000 imen, but-which however, forstratagetic purposes they soon evacuated- Sn- the approach of the Federal troops, who then occupied Memphis and Nashtille. The Confederate forces in Missouri h tre also been defeated, Manassas has been evacuated aid the 1Federal 'armytf has advanced., NEW YortK:, March 12. The Federal army made. an advance towards Manassas on the morningof the 10th instant, which place *theb 'Cenfedd rates1had entirely abandoned after, des troying and burning everything: they; were unable to carry...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 May 1862

?ocal Sntittlignrr. TEA MEETING. Os Wednesday evening last the members of the Anglican Church in this town, held their annual tea moetingjin the Oddfellows' Hall. About 100 sat down to ten. Tables were pro vided by Mrs. Soares, Mrs. Scrivenor, and Mrs. Price, assisted by other ladies. Grace being sting, the company discussed the good things provided. After which a hymn was sung, when the Rev. A. D. Soares took the chair, and In doing so expressed his pleasure at seeing so many assembled on the occasion but regretted the absence of some who should have been there. lie was likewise sorry that none of his clerical brethren were present to address them. lie had been unsuccessful in his efforts to obtain their services. He trusted that much good would result from their meeting on the present occasion, to disouss matters connected with the church, and that Increased interest would be felt in the work of the Quenn leyan Branch of the Church Association, the anniversary of which they are sp...

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

GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. FRANCIS GILES & Co. A RE now prepared to show in .1. 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 rechcrchb selection of French Goods ever imported. Foreign and British Silks, Shawls, Mantles, and Fancy Dresses of every description. Rich Black Silk Glace, Noiru 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, Haberdashery, . Trinnaings, &c. A magnificent stock of SHAWLS, MANTLES, JACKETS, AND WINTER CLOAKS. LACE, LLAMA, PAISLEY SHAWLS. Foulard Lustres, Foulard Reps, Clan Tar tan Reps, Double Mahairs, Poplin Droguets, Rich Imperial Droguets, Real Aberdeen Win ceys, French Merinos, Poplinettes, &c. The largest stock in Sydney of Ladies Crinoline Petticoats,...

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

COUNTRY. GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS.-In the case of Andrew Shanley, alias Andy Edmond, for horse-stealing at Queanbeyan, he was reman- ded to the next sessions, owing to the absence of Mr. Antill.-Jas. West, for horse-stealing dicharged on his own recognizance -John Jobson, Henry Jobson, William Harris, and John Ronan, for assault and robbery, with violence John Jobson and Wm. Harris, seven years on the roads; Henry Jobson, three years in Berrima gaol; and John Ronan to two years in Goulburn gaol.-Abridged from the Herald. PRESDYTERIANISN.--We (the Empire) understand that the Presbyterians of Braid- wood, consisting of all the different sections of that body, have resolved to ignore their past disputes and dissensions and henceforth to unite, and to occupy the same place of public worship. A result so desirable, and which, for two years past have been considered all but'hopeless, has been brought about, as we have been informed, by the zealous and praiseworthy exertions of the Rev. J...

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Gems from Poets. THE TYPHOON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

THE TYPHOON. The Seahorse rides upon the wave, Birds pass in sudden flight, t There's treachery in yonder clouds That frown as black as night, The swell increases, and the breeze Fast freshens to a gale; : "All hands on deck ! no time to lose; Heavre to, and take in sail." A junk is plunging on our lea, Pitching, as well it may, And shrilly cries the mariner, As wounded in the fray ' Call on thy gods, John Chinaman ! Nor chicken-hearted be, If gods be gods, they'll speak the word, And still the raging sea!" "Another hand to hold the wheel; Let all on deck be lashed !" Good God! 'twas hardly soken, when.. A sea upon us dash'd, And 'fore our very eyes our Chief, With not a hand to save, Was buried, and the surging sea Became the Seaman's grave. And lived I to a thousand years, And joy my only lot, The terrors of .that year-long night Would never be forgot The creaking of the cordage, The howling of the breeze, The frightful fury of the rain, The rolling of the seas. Calm comes at last...

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EDMOND ABOUT ON PRINCE ALBERT'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

EDMOND. ABOUT - ON PRINCE ALBERT'S DEATH. THE French writer, M. Edmond About, is at present a contribu tor to the feuilleton of the Con stitutionnel. We translate from that journal the following pas .sage, which bears his signature: '-" Have you remarked that phase in the official publication of the English Government after the death of Prince Albert--'It is expected that all persons will assume a decentmourning.' How much is said in a few words ! A treatise might bewritten on them. The Queen of a great nation has just lost her husband, and she hdpes:that in her three kingdoms every person" will assume a de .cent mourning. This is neither a decree, nor an ordinance, nor a command sent down from on high ; it is a simple appeal to public sympathy, and at the same time a reminder of a social obligation. There is in the for mula a mingling of dignity, con fidence, and familiarity. You feel from the very first word that' the dynasty which speaks is in the most courteous if not the most i...

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MR. M'KEAN BUCHANAN.—FLOOD IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

MR. M'KEAN BUCHANAN. FLOOD IN CALIFORNIA. Tin Stocton Bepublican says We were favoured yesterday by a call from Mr. Marshall, of. M'Kean Buchanan's theatrical troupe, a very. pleasant gentle man, who gave us a short ac count of the adventures of the troupe during the flood. They have, of course, had but few op portunities to perform recently. The company, consisting of quite a large number of persons, were at the hotel at Snelling's, at the time of one of the floods. The house is near a large oak tree, and a cable connected the two. Mr. Buchanan sat in the parlour of the hotel until the water was evenwith the window sills. The current was terrible. Suddenly there was a tremen dous crack, and he sxclaimed "Save yourselves ; make for the tree." The ladies, Mrs. Bucha nan, Miss Buchanan, Mrs. Hall, Miss Woodcock, and three other ladies, were well wrapped in blankets and lifted into the tree. Mr. Buchanan anid two other men followed them. Some arti cles of wardrobe and the drum were als...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MAY 24th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

SATU?JRDAY, 1JfAY 24th,?; 1862. .ONE. of,. the immediate results of Christian influence on a people is, the solicitude it awakens for the al loviation of human suff'erings, and thbcamelioration of the condition of the children of penury and want. How striking is the conduct, in this respect, between Christian lands and those regions where error and super stition hold their gloomy sway. Travelled writers have informed us, and our owli knowledge confirms their statements, that in the latter countries, disease finds no adequate consideration ; age and decrepitude, no asylum; and poverty, no relief. Turning to our own highly-favoured land, amongst her noblest institu tions we find asylums for every va riety of disease, homes for the home less, and refuges even for thoseo whose complaint reaches fhrtlier than their outward man, and assumes tle cha racter of a moral plague. Blest wviththo same enlightening, elevating, and charitable. grace, to which we have attributed the origin of hon. -...

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THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. "DUM SPIRO, SPERO." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

THE' MAINE . LIQUOR .LAW FOR : .',NEW SOUTII WALES. Fronm, a Correspondent to the Empire. :-' n x 'sano, sPERO" j W~s have'just seen a petitioh" from the town 'of Bathurst, signed by a majdrity bf the ma gisterial beniih, several medical'in men a majo rity of the clerdiy, and 'nearly fibur hundred other parties resident in the town, 'consisting of the principal inhabitiants, prying "Parlia ment to enact: the' Mainei Liquor ;Law 'for New SouthrWales. In 1853, sixteen thousand persons signed the Victorian petition for that law, and in the same year: the Sydney petition" numbered six thousand signatures., A Parlimeritary com miittee was the result. Judges, clergy, law yers, doctors, and other savians, marched up Macqtiarie-street,.' gave their evidence, and then, 'with' little more' effect to the present time, it is 'to be feared, like the king of 'France's army, "marched down again." ' The only 'copy of the MIain?e Liquor Law known to be'in the colony at that period was, we believe;,o...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

rTO T1 EDITOt OF TfLE OOLDEN A0102. Sin,-T??o Qu?enboyan mail 'arrived hero in' duo tlime on Sunday last, without l th v"'Golden Age."s erhaps s you ill,1 e your subscribr~ tiknow wheth? it wais published on Saturday last or noti; and i by it was not to hand at its regulr tin. ' Youts truly, . YOUn AGENT GGundaloo, May 21, 1809.. [Telb pnperiias duly Inblishlcid, but through the carelestlsess of the person whose ddtty it was to see that they were despatlched by tho various mails, our subscribers at OGlnindcrra, Gundaroo, nnd Collector, were. deprived for that day of.their copies. Th'ovil was .rcmu died by the next post.-En.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

HOLLOW.A.Y'S .P.LLS. Chest Complaints. No diseases are more "fequent, few more dangerous, than affections of the respiratory organs. The first symptoms of catarrh, bronchitis, and influenza. may always be ra dically removed by Holloway's renowned Pills. They quickly.remedy any temporary stagnation of blood, relieve any. overgorged veins, moderate the hurried breathing, and enable the lungs to do their office with ease and regularity. These Pills, by their purify ing powers, cleanse the blood from all impu. rities, and fortify the system against. con sumption, asthma, and similar complaints. Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. From various causes these organs are fre quently getting out of order, and require some suitable medicine to regulate them. Holloway's Pills effect this object with won derful celerity and certainty. They do not distress the system, or weaken the frame; they thoroughly invigorate the digestive or gans. They gently excite the stomach and liver, stimulate the kid...

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ASMODEUS IN QUEANBEYAN. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

ASMODEUS IN QUEANBEYAN. [cosIUNIoATED.] INIsltBITANT~ of Queanbeyan, start not at reading this article, neither let alarm take possession of you, because the spi rit name3 above is in your beautiful town, which Dr. Lang has so graphically described in the ?Empire of the 12th inst. Did ye` not know that before? or, if knowing it, did ye not consider over it? Ah! my friends, (I hope I am not mistaken in any of you, because it would grieve me), let not all your time be ta ken.up in hunting after money,.spare a little of it for reading your Bibles, and ye will see that the powers of darkness surround you, both by day and night. But fear not, ye gentle maids and comely m:trons, and ye men of many callings; for ye are also surrounded by pure and holy influences. Oh, that they may descend into your hearts, and find a dwelling there I then shall ye be puri fied from selfishness, '0hatred, malice, and all undharitableness," and shall not be afraid lest Asmodeus bring to light some of your. p...

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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, May 24. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

S" GOLDEN Aai~" Office, May 24. - . The Prier: quoled below hare rrference only to transac lions belween the producer and firnt purclhaser. QUfEANBI tAN MARKE I.T. Flor, per too, fine £17; seconds, £10; rations, £15. ad ad TT'r'r,, er h1 el, ... 5 0 to 0 . P.r.st tto ... ... ... ... 1 I: to 0 0 M-f.iz, ditto ... ... ... ... 5 0 to 5 0 Srtley., ditta ... ... ..... 4 0 to 4 0 Outs, ditto .. ... .. . 5 0 to 6 0 11, per ton ... ... 4 to t t. 10 Butter, (salt) 1 3 to 0 0 Bacon, ... 0 5 to 0 7 Chete, ... U 1 to0 7 Eggs, ... 1 3 to 0 0 Pototocs, per cwt. ... 5s. Fu:; Caile, il. O0s. to 71. 10s.; (dves, 11. 15s, nor head. lnsp, 15. to Doa., per hood; ligs, ld. per pond 1. lntsl 4s. '-d. to ts. each Shccpnskinst lId. to 6d lb Taslao, per too, 0t.. to tIll., for good samnples. Carriange. per ton,-Sydney to Qocanebro c , 71. 10t. to 91. Queanbeyna to l(oon;, 31. tOo. to if. QUOT.I77I0NS A.1' I7I .IIILLS. Fine flour, 171. Seconds, 101t Wheat ...s O0d to lisOd Rations, 151. per ton - Polnl ... ....

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

) ottn, f .iii n ,:, (I ronAee' CGovernment Gazette, may I Oth.) At Y-'tSS, on the 01t /ipril, from Belle .ale, bi Jllichael C?tsack; dalnures and drivihir ,/y ecach : " Roan" cow, Ji of rump, 2 thiyh ; brindle calf same brands ;, yellow strawberry cowr, 11i qoF rump and ribs, .IIC olrthip and thih ; a brown eifer calf at foot,'no br;and visible; .white snailli horned bullock, earnmarkled, X'l: ofribs. If not relcased, nwiill'be sold on the 2nd June. J .IAJROID, I'oundkceper. EsTA. 11nt.snuo llosta.Iot.oD R?tEMntES.-- No medlcines are 1more" eflicient or uore safe under tlnly cirhunmstances that[ HIolloway's well known preparations, and nIOIIe l're, therefore, so well adapted for finally use. They possess the active and essential thlernpeutical powers presented by the vegetable kingdozm. Ibr ex pelling the causes of disease from the human system. Both HIolloway's Pills and Ointment are alike devolid of all lineral and vegetable lplsons. T'h1ev flity be uIsed with equatl safety tbrth...

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