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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. -t is hereby notified, that =this - Branch has been established, for :the transaction of all usual Banking busines3. Interest is allowed on Fixed Deposits as follows, viz :' Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal 3 l cent . annum. Ditto to six ditto........4 ,, Ditto to twelve ditto..... 5 ,, ~ ' Drafts are issued on the Head Office, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of the Bank at Goulburn, Yass; Morpeth, Albiiry, Wollon gong, Maitland, Kiama, Shoalhaven, Mary borouigh, Cooma and Eden. Also, upon The Bank of Victoria, Melbourne; and upon Great Britain and Ireland. W. SCRIVENOR, Manager.'. CLEAR THE ROAD!' Travelling to the Snowy Cheaper than ever!! T he undersigned Mail.Conitrac - tor& to and from GOULBURN, QUEANBEYAN, and COOMA,begAto'in form the public generally that! in order to meet the times they have resolved on LOWERING the MAIL FARES : on the above Road. The charge in future .will be ;£1 108. from Queanbey...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

( otonial1 (tila tts.,; -0 PULLING AN EDITOR's EAIs.-Under this heading the SouthernCoitrier gives the follow ing particulars of an assault on the editor of that journal; i'i consequence of some jocular report that had appeared in the paper. It seems that the assault is to be the subject of legal proceedings:-="'On Wednesday last, as the editor of the Southern C~ourier was stand ing at the end of the table, just about to sit down to dinner, at the Royal Hotel, Mr. Wolseley cntered the room. Without :saying a word, he. quietly walked round to the back of that gentleman and laid hold of his ears. Forgetting Mr. Wolseley for the moment, and thinking that some one had been indulging in a disagreeable practical joke, the editor quietly requested whoever was behind to take his hands . away. Upon this Mr. Wolscley relieved himself of a' large quantity of abusive language,- and pulled the ears in a most violent manner, endeavouring to lift their owner by the ears from the ground. He then as...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

GUNDAROO. (From our own Corresp0ndent.) A letter has been received in Gundaroo stat- ing that the sum of £500 has been placed on the Estimates for 1860, for a bridge across the the river at the township. A bridge here will prove a great boon to the inhabitants and others, as there will then be every facility for drays to travel the marked tree line of road (the new marked tree line) and arrive at Col- lector without ever setting a wheel on the Lake. Our cricketers held their annual meeting on the cricket ground on Saturday last, when Mr. Joseph Styles was elected captain, and Mr. W. Affleck re-elected to the offiice of secre- tary and treasurer for the ensuing year. A few rules were then proposed and carried for the guidance of the club. According to the secretary and treasurer's report the club has a very good and varied supply of cricketing utensils. Owing to the absence of many of the old cricketers from their homes at the   time of the meeting, there were but nine n...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

(F. na ojilrXCity £brreaspotz'cew.~.% ._º` -r' ',4yney,8OLh.Qctor~cIL;I'8GO0 I write from a metropolis agitated by a poll tical excitement strangely contrasting with the torpor by which it was preceded, -.an excite ment, which unless judiciously allayed by the Goveinor, for with him,only rests the power, will reproduce scenes similar, tot those when RoBERT Low, at the head of an excited popu lach, denianded audlence o of, the, Queen's represefitative, and had the gates of govern ment house shuitinihis face. for, his pains. The loud cries of "dissolve, dissolve," which rung through. 1tl chainbers 'of 'the assembly on 'Friday night, ,have been re-echocd. through the city and the monster meeting of last even 'iiin gave fthein form =and. 'substance, in the shape of a'letition to the Governor, calling on him'to send their 'representatives back to the people for an expression of opinion. on their conduct. Even our mercantile community are alive to the crisis and, though they affect. to co...

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Local & Provincial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

64ocat & ga)ouitcOiU t ittItttfi nce. THE NEw .COURT-HousE.-Now that this building is approaching completion, at leist so far as the present coitriact is concerned, which provides only for the erection of the place, without its fittings, iwe think it incumbent on those whose duties are connected with the edifice, to take the requisite steps to iprocure better accommodation for themselves and the public than the sorry furniture of the present. teniporary Court-house will provide. For our own convenience we should be .very glad of suitable reporting accommodation, and trust that when the building is to be properly furnished, a reporter's desk will not hQ over lo CI.UT. us PRANK Sometime dnu'ing r. ,, u^ iesda-' last, some idle and dis w Uai. hoas;! amusement as well as ily i., tearing down the sign rouses in the town and : ;, , I premises of other per i pit.' N t..t the eyes of the police :a, tr m in the midst of their ::.:ti 'i greater pity that the E1i;i i ci.el the hands of...

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Parliamentary, Thursday, October, 25. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

SThursday, Octpbcr. 25r ' LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tug eslativfouncil engaged pirin cipally in;deb'ate onthe .Church of England Syiods ill whief finidly was adjourned. The debate on the Gold Duties' Repeal Bill was, `further adjourned, without being resumed;=iuniil Wednesday next. The Titlqs to Lands Acts Amendment Bill was goiit threugh in committee, and re ported without aneridmients; and the remain deix of the busine~s as .postponed until the next sitting day.L t LEtISLATIVEB A~fMBLY, ' In the Legislative Assembly after some business of no importance i'ild bedin gone' through, the House went into, committee on Tan LAND BILL, the consideration of which was resumed at the thirteenth clause. Mr. HAY moved that the words. " after survey as hereinafter provided" be iinserted in the clause. ' H.o desired to enable the com mittee to determine at once whether they sur vey was to go before .or. after the selecter. Mr.' ROBERTSON contended that, -if . the ministry of the day directed the surve...

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Queanbeyan Police Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, H. Hall and W, F. Hayley, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

Queanbeyan Police Court.     WEDNESDAY.   (Before the Police Magistrate, H. Hall and W. F. Hayley, Esqs.) DRUNKARDS' LIST. --- Denis Long and Robert Blue were convicted of drunkenness, and fined 5/- or in default, three hours in the cells. Pemberton Campbell PALMER v. Patrick LAWLER. Defendant was charged with driving cattle off complainant's land without notice. Information withdrawn by consent. Owen Sylvester MANLEY v. P. C. PALMER,   who refused to pay complainant thirteen weeks wages at £1 per week. --- Case dismissed. THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, W. F. Hayley, H. Hall, and A. Cunningham, Esqs.) DRUNKARDS' LIST. --- William Evans and Ann Noonan pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness in the public streets, and fined in the mitigated penalty of 5/- each, or three hours in confinement. The prisoner paid the penalty.     Michael KEEFE v. ... for illegally using and riding a horse ... property of com- p...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

KIANDRA. Fronm our own- Correspondent. A new light is dawning upon Kiandra. The commercial body are up and doing. A nume rous and active committee,- consisting-in part. of business men and in part of diggers, is formed, with-a capital, rose by voluntary sub scription, amounting to nearly three hundred pounds at theji' disposal, tfor the purpose of piospecting within a limited distance from the township. The: operations-cannot but prove highly. advantageous o this gold-fleld -It is said on every hand " Ah ! this should have been done long ago"- which is met by the apt rejoiner, " hbtter late than never." It is acknowledged that we must not only "h ope for the best" but do our best-that it is incum bent upon us to do so, both -upon our own ac count and on behalf of the country in general; seeing that- both these present, and others absent, have, their hopes so greatly and neces sarily based uporm the auriferious -yield of this -newly - opened field. It ; must=-look well to those in th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Letters to the Editor. [It must be distinctly understood that by giving publicity to our Correspondents' communications we do not necessarily endorse their opinions.. It is requested that, whether or not Correspondents choose to affix their signatures to articles offered for insertion, every writer will authenticate his communication by giving his name to the Editors, otherwise such communication cannot be inserted.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 3 November 1860

Letters to the Editor.     [It must be distinctly understood that by giving publicity to   our Correspondents' communications we do not neces- sarily endorse their opinions. It is requested that, whether or not Correspondents choose to affix their signatures to articles offered for insertion, every writer will authenticate his communication by giving his name   to the Editors, otherwise such communication cannot be   inserted.]   TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir, It is a fact, and one that cannot escape the notice of any person who takes an interest in the proper fulfilment of the Mail Contracts, that great partiality exists in the manner of inserting paragraphs in the local paper in reference to the non-arrivals of the daily mails from Goulburn   at the proper hour. For example, on Friday the 26th instant, Mr. Roberts' mail from Goulburn arrived in Queanbeyan at about 12 o'clock, or three...

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THE DUTY OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

THE DUTY OF THE PEOPLE. (From the Freeman's Journal.) The people of this colony are again about to be called upon to exercise the 'higo?. ;ight and the dearest, andmost. sacred privilege they as British subjects I possess---that of electing men to repre sent their wishes and their interests in the -Parliament of the nation. This, we say, is a most sacred duty, thle very highest social duty' we can be called upon to perform; and every individual amongst us who has the right' to exer cise the franchise is responsible to. God and his neighbour for the :honest,' con scientious, and unbiassed manner in which that right may be exercised. We live in times of much distress and trouble, in common with the whole world; difficulties and doubts appear to surround us on every hand.; and it will only be by a wise orid discreet exercise of the powers with which the people of this colony have been vested by the Constitution of the country that we shall be able to steer clear of the rocks and shoals...

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THE CONVERSATIONS OF THE VULTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

TIE CONVERSATIONS OF .TIHE VULTURES. Dn..JonrNson tOlls us of a shepherd in 13o hemia, who pretends to have heard the follow ing conversation between an old vulture and her young ones: '"'My I :children," said the Vulture, "you willithle loss want my instructions, because you had '?my practice before your eyes ; you have seeon me snatch from the farm the househbld fowl you have seen inc seize the leveret in:the bush, and the kid in the pas turo;, you know how to fix your talons, and how: to bhlance your flight when you are laden with your prey. B3ut you remember the taste of more delicious food-I have often regaled you with the lesh of' man." "Tell-us," said the young vulture, "where man may be found,, and how he" may be known; his flesh is surely the natural food of' a vulture. Why have you never brought a man in your talons to the nest ?" " H-I is tcob;illky," said the mother : "1 when we find' a man, we can only tLear away his hlesi, and leavo.his bones on- the ground." .- " iiii...

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Metropolitan. Sydney, Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

-o (From our City Correspondent.) Sydney, Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 1860. -JTAcc ROBE0LTsON is about the last manin the Assembly', iwhom. onii would imagihne to observe days and :times and. seasons, but it ,would .seem as necessary for him to avoid Friday as it was for Caesar to 'beware of the Ides of March. On Friday week' he was beaten on the Free Selection before Survey clause, on the principle embodied in which he had staked the Ministerial existence of him self and colleagues; on last Friday the House refused to grant his Treasurer a vote of supply for six or even three months, to enable them to make an appeal to the country, and insisted: on the, estimates being• passed in dutaiil.' On I the division of the House being known, Mr. Robertson at once moved an adjournment until three on the following day, (Saturday) and naively added "that he saw no reason why the greater' part of the estimates should not be then passed." Little as most of the members understand of what constitutes con s...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

POSTAL ARRAN.GEMENTS, / : QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. From SYDNEY; via Goullurn and Bungendore, Sunday, aMonday. We dnesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. T Froum GOULBUIRN, via Collector, Gundaroo. and Gin inderra, Wednesday and Saturday, at 6.30, p.m. n Fron COOMA, Sunday, Mlonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at b a.m. - From LANYON, Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Departures. To SYDNEY, via 3engendorc and Goulburn; Sunday, Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 8-30 a mn. To GOULBURN, via Gininderra, Gundaroo, and Collec tor, Sunday and Thursday, at 6 a.m.n. To COOMA, n va Micalago, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 10 a.m. To LANYON, Sunday and Thursday at 3p.m. *.* Letters for dispatch to Sydney or Goulburn must be potced o, the'previons evening by 8 o'clock. g. The" . Post-Office at Queanberyan will opeened on SU.NDYSfrorn 9 to 10.1l, in thia ioriling, insteal of from 2 to 3 in Lthe aftenoon, as heretofore. Octobe...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

' WEEKLY-J CALENDAR. Days oft! tlaeliui JW.1 Moon's .SATURDAY ;,......: v. Nov. 10 5 3 30 25 Y. 11 5:2". 040 26 M1ONDAY'5".; . :.... I ', 1 6 I2'6 '41 27 TUESDAY..0......... - t 5 : l. 04 1 I 1 28 WEDNESDAY ..... 14. 6 0 o 42. 1 THURSDAY... ..,,15 4 I50 6 443 2 FRIDAY ........ 10 4 8" 10 44 3

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GARDENING CALENDAR, FOR THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

I GARDENING; CALENDAR, FORI TIIE JONTIIS OF NOVEMIER AND DECEMBIIIR. Cler. aw~f weeds; sbw turnip on peas' ground, first rain after Christmas. Rub shouts off vines, and nip off tops when six feet long. , 4

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

..CURREN T. 'GOLDVN AGE ";C . NOvOibn-r t WIIEAT.-10s. to 10s. 6d. pcr lrttu l. FrLoun.-Fine, £380 p; ton ; scoudri .?7. BBREAD.-9d. to 10d. BRAh.-1s. 8d8., to 1s d41 p1i nwsh1t. MAIZE.-5s. Gd. to 6&6 1j,. uniche BARLEY.-4s. 6. to 6s.76d OATs.--8s. Gd. per bus H Y. BUTTER. d. to 18. p 1 . CIIEESE. d. to 8d. per lb. " BAcoN.-Gd. to 8d. per lb. EaGGS.-is. qd o 1s. 9d. per d POTATOES. -in n FAT CATTLE 7 10.- ,-r £7 l0s. per head. CALVEs.-£1 15s. per head. SXIEEP.-16s. to 20s. per head. PIGs.-6d. per lb. TALLOw.-836s. per ton, for good ? les. HIDEs.-6Gs. to 7s. each. SHIIEEPSKINS.--4+d. to 6d. pe .. CA E PN? TON.-Sydney to Queanl eyan, Sto £1E Queanbeyan. to Cooma,"£6 to £? Queanbe an to t or West Deni soni (lussell's), £?Queanbeyan to Kiandia, £'Jýº. G QUOTATmONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR ......... £39 1& ton. SECONDS............... £87 . BRAN.................. s. Gd..tols Od.. bushel PoLLaRD ...2........... 2. per bushel. GRINDING ........... 1. 9d. -bushel GOUIBURlN MA...

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LAMBING FLAT DIGGINGS. ARRIVAL OF UPWARDS OF 1150 OUNCES OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

LAMBING FLAT DIGGINGS. ARRIVAL OF UPWARDS OF 1160. OuNCES OF GoLD. We clip the following, from last Wednes day's Yas Coirier:-=On Monday.evening the Yass Branch of the Oriental Bank received 750 oze. gold-dust from these diggings, which includes the 860 ozs. alluded to in our last as having been purchased by Mr. King, and de posited at Burrowa. On the same day Mr. B. Grogan returned to town from the diggings, whither he had gone with store goods on a speculation. He brought in some 12 or 14 ozs. Yesterday, Mr. E. Freeman storekeeper, arri ved with'50 ozs., which was subsequently dis posed of to the Oriental Bank. The same evening another party reached town, and de posited with the Commercial Bank ia parcel of about 850 ozs., making the total about 1160 ozs. A large quantity of gold is finding its way into the hands of buyers from Bathurst, and we expect that in the escort returns it will not be acknowledged to be Lambing Flat gold, but be mixed up with parcels from the wes tern gold...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

KIANDRA. From our own Correspondent. Although great numbers of diggers have left for Wagunyah, from whence in the opinion of, many, they will soon be glad to return, yet by the wise steps taken by the Prospecting Committee, it is confidently believed that mining matters will brighten up and a large accession to our population result therefrom. Goods have been for the first time, packed up from Merimbula, for Messrs. Kennedy and Dent, at £65 per ton. The building of the Hospital has com menced. A temporary accommodation is given to patients in the old Bank of New South Wales. £40 have been added to the Hospital funds, as the proceeds of a concert; another, is to be given. Amateur theatrical performances are spoken of, to assist in the good work, A ball and'supper is to be given this evening at the "Empire," on behalf of the Prospecting Committee. Nov. 2, 1860. (Abridged fro~ the .Al?ine Pioneer.) Yesterday morning, Falkner's party bottom ed a hole on New Chum Hill at 50 feet. They to...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

GOULBURN. (From our own Correspondent.), The weather still continues wet, but there appears to havebeen a much heavier fall in basin of the Mulwaree ponds than in that of the Wollondilly; the former is much swollen while the latter has .not risen to any great extent. A cricket-match was played to-day on the government reserve, facing Sloane street, be tween the Union and Goulburn clubs, the farmer scoring 79 and the latter 76, giving an advantage of three to the union. The game I understand is not considered finished, the players having had only one innings, when it will be decided it'not yet-known, as many of the Union belong to the Goulburn School, and, therefore, unlike the older boys of Mr. Denison's academy, who have to ask for leave to sit,--they will have to ask for leave of absence. . P.S.-In my last you printed prediction for predeliction ; and bright for brightly. Nov. 7th, 1860.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 10 November 1860

IMPOUNDINGS. From the Corernu,ent Gatello October 30, 1860 : ALCOOMA, on the 11th day of Ocitohr, from Couonn Run ; damages 2. :-B?Ilock rig or entire, streak face, like over J3 or JO Iler shoulher, hind fet white. If not released, will be sold on the 13th November. C. WA'L'rtsan, 1'otuldkeeper. Al. GUNNIN'I, on the B'2nd October, from Kcswick cs tate1:-1 Black entire horse, white fior, fore feet white, lika 1) near shoulder, inrco yeors old, 151 Il<ls hds high : dainages S1. If not released before the 17th November, will he sold. 1W. RoUt,, Poulldkleper. From ,the orcrntent Gnazellc, Norcmber 2, 1800. At GUNNINO,oo the 27th Ocluber, 1860, from Ourlong E:s tatu; danmges Is. 3d.: -One brikdle oz, WA oaf rullp. If not released, will hio sold on tohe l31st November. W. Itua), 'ollldkeper. At QUEANII?lYAN, on thie 27t11 October, 1860, from Cllhrlnwood; d(lmlltcges anll drivig Is. tl1ch :-- lrown inlltlro, YI) uetr shoullder :. y tib, WViD over o l near shloiuler, near knel hI...

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