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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of the We Sun rises Sun sets Mon's Monthe. Agc. SATURDAY.......... Nov. 10 4 44 6 31 25 SUNDAY.............. ~ 11 4 44 ( 32 26 'MONDAY ............ 12 4443 6 33 27 TUESDAY.......... . ~ 13 4 42 6 34 28 WEDNESDAY ...... ,, 14 4 42 0 35 1 THURSDAY........ 1, 4 41 6 37 2 FRIDAY.......:..... 10 4 40 ( 37 3

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GARDENING CALENDAR, FOR THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

GARDENING CALENDAR, FORTIIE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. Cliou away weeds; EOW turnip on peas' ground, first rain after Christmas. Rub shoots off vines, and nip off tops e$n ii feet long.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

. A0o A Sale of Crown Lands W ill be held at the under mentioned place on the day stated: At the Police Office. C00NA, On Wednesday, the 28th of November next, TOWN LOTS.-NIMITYBELLE. Lots I to 7, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 8, and 7 to 10 of section 25. Lots 8 to 14, 2 roods each; allotments 1, 2, and 6 to 10 of section 27. Lots 15 to 19, 2 roods each, allotments 6 to 10 of section 87. Lots 20 to 22, 2 roods each, allotments 8 to 10 of section 40. Lots 28 and 24, 2 roods each, allotments 2 and 10 of section 42. .Lot 25, 2 roods, allotment 8 of section 48. Lot 26, 2 roods, allotment 5 of section 44. Lots 27 to 88, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 65, 8 and 9 of section 49. Lots 84-to 42, 2 roods each, allotments 1 to 9 of section. 50. Upset price, £8 per acre.. See Government Gazette, No. 185. A Sale of Crown Lands ITll be held at the under T 7 mentioned place on the day stated: At DENISON, [Russell's Station, Cubramurraj. On Tuesday, the eleventh of December next, TOWN LOTS. L Lots ...

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Electors of the Queanbeyan Electorate, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

Electors of the Queanbeyai Electorate, fou are invited to attend a Meeting on the 21st instant, to secure the return of a Liberal Member to represent you; in doing so, be careful, and not elect a stump orator or a tap room agitator. Look well ere you return one whose only ambition may be to raise his friends to a position they are not fit for, and who would be rejected in the society of gentle men;-look well ere you barter your birth right, the freedom of your children, the comfort; of your homes, in fact, clog your future des tiny, by returning any but a true and tried patriot of the man's cause ;-look round ,you ere you arrive at conclusions, and take counsel among ye and not be led by the ambition of others to the ruin of yourselves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

.G REAT INFLTJX OF SEASONABLE DRAPERY. GENTLEMEN'S SUMMER CLOTHINGl, ASSORTED BOOTS AND SHOES, &c., EXPRESSLY FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRADE. E. BUTLER W ITH much pleasure, solicits the attention of FAMILIES, WHOLESALE BUYERS, and the PUBLIC generally to his present extraordi nary LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS, just come to hand, offering an unusually favourable, opportunity for making EXTENSIVE PURCHASES. It is not too much to say, that no House can supply Families with SUPERIOR or MORE FASHIONABLE DRAPERY, with better assortment, and terms more satisfac tory. Particular attention is directed to his - FASHIONABLE STOCK £ $LKS NEW GRACEFUL MANTLES, with every character of new materials, in DRESS GOODS, at the lowest possible prices for such goods. Also, Baby Linen, and Ladies' Under-linen, ITAtLAN STAYS, MORN ING WRAPPERS, &c., all on quick sale. 00The Milli er r Rooms, are now well supplied with French Flowers, Ribbons, LADIES' AND 'CHILDREN'S SUMMER HATS AND :BONNETS, ele g...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

GUNDAROO. (From our own Correspondent.) T':E WEATHER.-Constant yet ever-varying 0ei Here, in the midst of advanced spring, ave a visit from hoary-headed winter. last few mornings have been characterised rry severe frosts. On Tuesday morning iv so sharp that it cut off the pumpkins a: elons. If it continue, I shall not be at . rprised if there be no fruit, although at v.e it there is abundance of all sorts. The h ge plants look well-the aphis not hav -et made its appearance among them. Ie hey remain so. Wheat is now out in . d looks very well. There is every pros prs of an early harvest. GULLINo TUE PunLIO.-In your issue of the 6th ultimo appeared an advertisement of a sale of horses at Mr. Edgar's, on Monday the 12th inst. However, Monday came, but no sale, nor even a notice of its postponement in- the papers. There is an old saying, ." Once bit; twice shy; " so when the next sale is announ ced probably the people will not so readily give their attendance, fearing another disap poin...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

': A TOUCHING Lucilla Romeo, and fair hair, as brought be ? ection, under a charge of vagrancy. "Does any one claim you ? " said the magistrate. ; "Ab, my good sir," she replied, " I have no longer any friends; my father and mother are dead, I have only my brother James; but he is as young as I am. Oh, dear; what couldS he do for me ? " " The court must send you " to the house of correction." " Here I am, sister- here I am; do not fear," cried a childish voice from the other end of the court. And at the same instant a little boy with a" sprightly countenance, dressed in an elegant costume as a groom, started forth from the midst of the crowd and stood before the magistrate. " Who are you?" said he. "James Romeo, the brother of this girl." "Your age ? " "Thirteen." ''. And what do you want? " " I come to claim Lucilla." " But have you the means of providing for her? "," " Yestdr day I. had not, but now I have. Don't be rfraid, Lucilla." Lucilla : Oh, how good you are, James ! " -Magi...

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Metropolitan. Sydney, Tuesday, Nov. 13th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

_ý2fletopoitanr. (From our City Correspondent.). Sydney, Tuesday, Nov. 18th, 1860. THS existence of that which may in history be designated as " the long winded parliament" ceased by vice-regal proclamation on Saturday. In a post script, forwarded to you on Tuesday afternoo nfrdintlhe Legislative Chambers. I informed .you` inferentially, that the ministrywe e' willing to adopt the deci siori f'tlhe HI-ouse that the estimates slabild ie ipassed'iiidetail and, positively, that bidTreasurer,'hvith a view of ren dering an appeal to that country prac ticable at as early. an hour as possible, had proposed that the consideration of thleestimates should take precedence of ."-11 other. business, and had been defeated. on his motion. The Opposition then compelled the Assembly to waste nearly the whole of the evening in discussing bills, which the Premier affirmed would never., become law even if passed, and subsequently passed by the page esti mates deserving of severe scrutiny. The. "wtliole...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

PORROGAATION OF PARLIAMENT.?, PROCLAMATION.; By his Excellency the Sir William Thomas Denison, Knight, Commander of the most Honourable Order of the Bath, Governor General -in 'and over all her Majesty's Colonies of New South Wales, Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia, and Captain General and Go vernor-in-Chief of the. Territory of New South Wales and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., &o., &c. WHEREAs by'thc Bill passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of New SouthWales in the seventeenth year of the reign of Her Majesty the Queen, intituled "An Act to con "fer a Constitution on New South Wales, and "to grant a Civil List to Her Majesty," and assented to by Her Majesty, under the autho rity of the Act of the Imperial Parliament passed in the session of the eighteenth and nineteenth years of the said reign, intituled " An Act to enable Her Majesty to assent to a "bill as amended of the Legislature of New "South ...

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Queanbeyan Police Court. SATURDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. F. Hayley, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

(it atf~qat1t plc (onrt. -o SATURDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and WF. F. ilayley, Esgs . UsING OnscENE LANGUAGE.-Charles Rus sell was convicted of the above oflfnce, and find 40/., or one week's imprisonment. ASSAULTING A CoNSTADLE.-The same pri soner was then accused of having assaulted a constable whilst in the execution of his duty. The offence was proved, and the penalty of 40/. was inflicted, or in default to be commit ted to goal for the term of one month. George Flint was than placed at the 'bar accused of inciting the prisoner in the for mer case to the assault with which he was charged; was convicted, and fined 20/., or three days' imprisonment. * MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY. - Before the Police Magistrate. DauNmAins' LIST.-Williani Udhe, was brought up on Monday morning, and being convicted of drunkenness, was discharged with a ieprimand and caution. Edward Staning, on Wednesday, paid the panalty of 5/. for a similar offence. - TinuasnAY. Before the Police Atagistrate, WF. ...

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YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. Abridged from the "Yass Courier," of Wednesday MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. Abridged from the "Yass Courier," of Wednesday MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. The Court was opened this morning by Thos. Callaghan, Esq., Chairman. The Crown was represented by W. R. Templeton, Esq.,-the other advocates present were Mr. Allman, Mr. Devereux, and Mr. Walsh (from Goulburn.) Stealing from the person.-Catherine Macar thy was indicted for having stolen from one Henry Howard, the sum of £18. The jury found the prisoner guilty. Sentence: 12 months in Goulburn jail with hard labour. Horsestealing.-Michael Byrnes charged with stealing a horse, the property of one John Ford of Queanbeyan. The prisoner was found guilty. The Crown Prosecutor said there were two other cases on the file against the prisoner but he did not intend to put him upon his trial on either of them. The Chairman read aloud the depositions in these cases, which divulged a vast amount of audacity in the commission of the offences; one was for stealing a saddle from the bar of Mr. Woodman's publi...

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

- toli1uwreltcrnI ý!nteZIIýtg c qe QI.EANBEYAN WHOLESALE PtICES CUTRRENT. "GOLDENSAGE" Office, November 16. 1VmurAT.-10s. to 10s. (:d. per bushel FLouR.-Fine, £89 per ton; seconds £87,. ]3READ.--9d.tO 10d. BxAN.--1s 8d., to is. 9d. per busliel1 MAIZE.-5s. 6(d. to 6s. 6d. per bushel BARLEY.S-4. 6. to. 6s. 6d. OATs.-8s;. Cd. per bushel. 1{AY.-£6 to £7 per ton. EUTTEa.-1Od. to is. ,per lb. .CIEESE.-7d. to 8d. per,1b. BAcoN.-6d: to .8d. per, lb. Eoos.-ls. 6d. to 1s. 9d. per dozen PoTATOEs.-£6 per ton. FAT CATT<L-.- £5 10s. to £7 10 per head CALVES.-£1 16s. per head SUEEP.-16s. to 20s. per head. Pxas.-6d.' per lb. TALLow.-86s..pcr ton, for good samples. HIDEs.--s. 6d. 'to 6s. each. SHEEP8KINs.-4Id to 6d. per lb. CARRIAGE PER TON.-'Sydney to Qucanbeyan, 15 to £18; Qucanbeyan to Cooma, £6 to. £7; Queanbeyan to Eaist or West Deni son (Russell's), £10 to £12 Queanbeyan to Kiawdra, £16 to £18. QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR ........£ 89 0ton. SECONDS... £87 BRAN'-....... . is....

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. From SYDNEY, via Goulburn and Bangendore, Sunday, Monday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. From GOULBURN, via Collector, Guedaroo. and Gin inderra,- Wediesday and Saturday, at 6.30, p.m. From COOMA, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, TThursday, and Saturday at 8 am. From LANYON, Wednesday and Saturday at 8 a.m.. Departures. To SYDNEY, via Bungendore and Goulburn, Sunday, Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 8-36'a m. To GOULBURN, via Gininderra, Gundaroo, and Collec tor, Sunday and Tlhursday, at 6 an.m. To COOMA, via Micalago, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at ±0 a.m. To LANYON, Sunday and Thursday at 3 p.m. *~* Letters for dispatch to Sydney or Goulburn must be posted on the previous evening Iy 8 o'clock. (- .ZThe Post-Ofice at Qneanbeyan will be opened on SUND.A1W from 9 to 10.15, in the morning, instead of from S to3 in the afternoon, as heretofore. October 1st, 1860. H. LE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

Oommercial -Baring=Company of Syli~e . QUEANBEYAN BRANCH; A~s. hereby' notified, that this hBRANHhas been established, for the transaction'of all usual Banking business. " Interestis`-allowed= on Fixed Deposits as follows viz Su bjeezttthree months' notice. of withdrawal 3 W cent V annum. Ditto to six ditto. 4 ,, ,, Ditto to twelve dittq.. 5 ~ - , Drafts are issued on- the Head Office; (Syd ney), and on the Branches :-of the Bank at Goulburn, Yass,iMorpeth, -Albury, Wollon gong, Maitland, Xiama, Shoalhaven, Mary borough, Cooma and Eden. Also, upon.. The'Bank of Victoria, Melbourne; and upon Great Britain and Ireland. VW.SGRIVENOR, Manager. NEW :PTTNT ON.TUE OITEurrumbidgee R iver" BEST ROAD TO-KIANDRA. `=; SNOWY RIVER. he unlersgepd havingplaced Ta Punt on thdMurrtimbidgee,' at"-the Junction of the Queanbeyan River, are now prepared toipass over DRAYS; HORSES, ,& PASSENGERS. , Parties going to Kiandra~ll find this Road by Brindabella, 70 MILES3SHORTER than that by Cooma,;muc...

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Original Poetry. A SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

The day was i: , it, . .s MTI-nia v The sun criumn - pnowes asus: .r   When forth them;icf a4yri a', t) s5' tli Unseen the angel of the Lord drew nigh,-- None heard the flapping of his ebon wings,       Nor the sad music of the silver strings He swept, until a voice on high Thus spoke: "The game is over, 'tis for ever won, The game of Life,--for I the Lord have said; He lives, and lives for ever, who hath fled To my beloved son. Well hast thou run, and well hast fought the fight, Now more than victor through my grace and love, Enter thy rest, dwell in thy Father's courts above, For thou art weary, and must sleep this night, "A long sweet sleep." The voice had fled, The music hovered on the breathless air, Then rising in a hymn of praise and prayer, It left us---WITH THE DEAD. J. R.    

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Local & Provincial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

THE WEATHER. --- Remarkable as the present season has been for the changeableness of its weather,-of which we have been visited with every conceivable - kind,-there has not -been perhaps for years past a spring time more favourable for gardening and agricultural pur poses. The gardens-in and around town have a dclightful aspect: The fruit trees are heavily laden with healthy fruit, and most kinds of vegetables are in a forward and vigorous condition. On Tuesday morning last, how ever, there was a sharp frost which appears to have injured some of the more delicate kinds of garden produce; but the fruit seems to be too far advanced to be materially affected by the occasional visits of frost to which we are ever liable in the early part of spring. From our country friends we hear that the prospects of the coming crops are excellent. Surely the bountiful supplies of nature should excite within the breast of the most stolid a lively sense of gratitude to Him from whom we de rive all good...

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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 — 17 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,--I will be brief in reply to Mr. Cunning- ham's observation in your last issue. Since Mr. C. has no time for newspaper controversy, he should have contented himself with denying (he does not deny them) such brief particulars as had reference to himself in my last, instead of pub- lishing sneering sarcasms, which are but attacks, cowardly on account of their vagueness. I am not the person who addressed you a very sensible letter under the signature of Andrew Tomahawk. When I attack, I do so openly. I cannot see why I ...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE "GOULBURN CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 17 November 1860

[ADVERTISEMENT.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE "GOULBURN CHRONICLE."   Sir,--In your issue of the 10th instant, the Queanbeyan correspondent enters into the parti- culars of a trial, which he says will cause some interest at our next District Court sittings: John- son v. Cunningham. Your correspondent makes too light of the cruelty with which poor Johnson has been treated; this is not a subordinate, but   the sole cause of the trial. Because Johnson obeyed my reasonable orders he was assaulted, and illegally incarcerated by Mr. Cunningham in person, upon a fictitious charge; of course I am bound to see Johnson righted. I have no further interest in this trial, as your correspondent erro- neously says, than what each member of this, and every other similarly situated district has;--to shew, that the greater the power, the more rigo- rously ought its abuse to be watched. Your correspondent is quite mistaken, as to my dispute of roads, being at issue between Mr. De Sal...

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TO THE ELECTORS Of Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 November 1860

TO THE ELECTORS` Of Queanibeyan. T 'i circumstances unclerwhich the Assembly has beeny dissolved, appear, to make it. my duty to offeir myself again to your. suifrages.' Minis ters, having failed' in -legislation; :have appealed to the country upon a false issue, and seek to make certain amnbigu-, ous words, which they have not suc ceeded in defining, the test of political fitness in themselves and others. The good sense of the people will 'try Minis ters upon their general uerits. I might not unreasonably ask the same: But If have no objection whatever to;have my, conduct judged even upon the narrow grounds chosen by the Government. I therefore challenge discussion and scrutiny of my votes and opinions, both: upon the Land Quiestion generiilly, and' in particular upon what is tcirnied ".the principle of Free Selectioni- before sur vey." This principle Ihave always sup ported, and" 'drill support, not as cii bodied in Mr. Robertson's bill, but in a more practical shape, and in :a mo...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 24 November 1860

"WEEKLY CALENDAR. Dajys dfthe Wek. Dayof. Sun rises sets Mo: fnth" Aj,'& SATURDAY .. Nov. 24 4 54 6 51 10 SUNDAY . 25 4 54, 6.5 112 MUNDAY* .20 42 3 6 17 -0 TUDESDAY::;...: 27. 4 53 6 54 ~13 ThURNSDAy ... 9'8 4 53 6 55 14 TIIRSAY.::.. 2 4 53 6 57,_ 1.5 litIflAY,........ . 30 4 53 6-057.' 1

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