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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

Commercial Banking Company: QUEANBEYAN1 BRANCH... t;. -isb-hereby: notified; that this .-"-BRACliHhas,beeh'established,- for 'the transaction of- all usual Bainking business. Interest is allowed on Fixed Deiposits as follows, viz : Subject to three months';:: notice, of withdrawal 3 1" cent . annum. Ditto to six ditto......... ,, Ditto to twvelve ditto..... 5 , , Drafts are issued on the Head Office, (Syd ney), and on the Branches of the Bank at Goulburn,. Yass, 'Morpeth, Albury, Wollon gong, Maitland, Kiania, Shoalhaven, Mary borough, Cooma and Eden. Also, upon . The Bank of Victoria, -Melbourne; and upon Great Britain and Ireland. S W. SCRIVENOR, RManager. J. J. WRIGHT, POST OFFICE STORES,:: Queanbeyan. COMM1ERCIAL STORES, Cooma, Russell's, and :Kiandra. The requirements of the above wellknown' business establishments, have induced the proprietor to make mnore fre quent his journeys to the Sydney Markets. And having just returned from his second visit within the last two months, d...

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NEW ZEALAND. REPULSE OF THE MAORIES WITH GREAT LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

NEW ZEALAND . REPULSE OF THE MAORIES .WITH GREAT. LOSS. By the arrival of the Prince Alfred, we have news from Taranaki to: November 10. We extract from the Taranaki Herald : Tne most brilliant and desperately contested! action ever yet recorded in the annals of New. Zcaland,was fought on the 6th of'Nov0 mber, at Molioetahi.' ? One side .were arrayed `the. Waikatos,; resolved to Win the lday, and' de-' luded with the notion (since expressed by one. df the prisoners) that they: had only . to fire a few rounds to accomplish this ; and on the' other. side our forces were arrayed, ~equally resolved to conquer, and allay the presump tion of the enemy.. The 'main body of the Waikatos' lay in a' raupo 'swamp :well :concealed from observa-i tion and another body occupied an entrench ment on the crest of Mohoetahi hill, in which; were some entrenched whares. The 65thi Sdetachment, which had formed' the' advance guard during the march from the town, now` formed a line of skirmishers, under Li...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

GOULBURN. From our own Correspondent: Our Aldermen are ri6t disposed that Goul-. burn should go unrepresented in parliament,.? Mr. Alderman :. Sibley; comes forward and, magnanimously offers to sacrifice hisi~aiable' time for. the -benefit ofhis;fellow-to6hismen, . and to. undergo the fatigues.,,and. anipoyances of political life in that hotbed of discord---the parlianient, fr the: niall sum of, three alf crowns daily; now I think it would be per "fectly. ridiculous to call for tenders in expec tion of gettingit done cheaper, and I do not seed how:he can possibly do it for the sur.x - bleg his pardon, he may have an eye tt, u in a few odd jobs in mending membern ;,e!nk during spare hours. Our ex-mayor,. C.. H. Walsh, Et!.., hi this day consented .to. come forward as..-;ra didaite; his political principles are' ell k?:,n and it is generally understood he is a d?,oi l{ advocate for free selection, this is ihoweý.R :idt yet' publicly made kiownri by an addi ,es to the constituency. I s...

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GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. [Before His Honor Thomas Callaghan, Esq., Chairman.] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. Abridged from the Chronicle. re His Honor Thomas Callaghan, Esq., Chairman.] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. STEALING FROM THE PERSON. Charles Foley was charged with having stolen £325 the money of John Skelly, from the person of Mary Ann Skelly, on the 3rd of September last. A second count charged the prisoner with receiving the money, knowing it to have been stolen. The jury, after a few miinutes retirement, found the prisoner guilty, and he was sen- tenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour in Goulburn gaol. OBTAINING GOODS UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. Margaret Tormey was arraigned on an in- formation, charging her with having on the 6th October last obtained certain goods to the value of £4, from the shop of Mr. Edward Dixon in Auburn-street, under false pretences. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was un defended.   The jury, after a few minutes consultation, found a verdict of not guilty, and the prisoner was discharged.   HORSE...

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CRACK-EM-BACK RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

CRACK-EM-BACK RUSH. With reference to Crack-em-back, we are in possession of the following facts:-On Monday last application was made to Mr. Cloete for an extended claim there ily Thomas Grice, one of the original prospectors of Kiandra, and with whom Pollock disputed the reward for the discovery of gold o, the Snowy River. Grice's intention at first was to prospect the Snowy River' below the junc tion of the Crack-em-back, but, in making his way there, he tried the Threadbo Creek, a tributary of the Crack-em-back and, from, it, obtained prospects from ½ dwt. to 1 dwt. to the tin dish, which induced him at once to make application for an extended claim which he succeeded in obtaining. Mr. Cloete, thel commissioner in charge, left Kiandra yester day, we believe. Large numbers of miners and business men have left to have a look at' it. THE only information relative to the above rush, in addition to that given elsewhere, is the followiiig, which has been kindly supplied us by Mr. Pollo...

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.] [ADVERTISEMENT.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

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.] [ADVERTISEMENT.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE.   Sir,--I admire your determination in de- clining to publish further correspondence on the subject in dispute between Messrs. DeSalis and Cunningham, as the matter is of very little moment, or interest to the public. The writer signing himself "A. Toma- hawk" is no doubt a very KEEN fellow, but I think he would have displayed much better taste if he had withheld his production, when he knew an action was pending be tween the parties his letter refers to. He has however made an omission in describing himself, his use, and origin w...

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Local & Provincial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

Local & Provincial Intelligence.       -o- MISERABLE DEATH OF A LUNATIC.--On the morning of Monday last, a man named George Charles Green, died a miserable death at the Queanbeyan lock-up. He was a prisoner on escort to Goulburn gaol, comitted by the Kiandra bench as a dangerous lunatic. An inquest was held in the course of the same   day, at the Harp Inn, before Andrew Morton, Esq., coroner for the district, when the fol- lowing facts were elicited:--At the time of leaving Kiandra he was well in health and throughout the whole of the journey, exhibited proofs of derangement of mind. He ate his food most ravenously, and until the escort reached Cooma, got in and out of the convey- ance without assistance. At Cooma, whilst confined in the lock-up he became very   violent, striking his fellow prisoners and tear- ing their clothes. In consequence of his violence he was placed on the ringbolt and handcuffed. Being ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE.   Sir,--In your last issue appeared a letter from   Mr. Cullen, complaining that I misrepresented him in my correspondence from this place. That I did not do so, the most casual observer will see. In your paper of the third instant ap- peared a preliminary notice of a sale to take place on or about the 12th November, and stating that further particulars would appear in a future ad- vertisement. Your paper was again published on the 10th, but contained no announcement of the postponement of the sale to the 27th, as in my opinion it ought to have done.   In your last Mr. Cullen gives us his reason for not having done so; but my notice was written on the 14th, and posted that day, before the 'Goul burn Chronicle' which contained his postpone- ment, came to hand. Had Mr. Cullen made his arrangements, and then announced the same through   the columns of yours of the 10th, my notice would not have appeare...

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GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. From the Goulburn Herald. This court was opened pro forma, on Mon- day morning, and adjourned until yesterday (Tuesday) with the understanding that the jury cases would be heard on Wednesday. One case, however, that of James Gallagher against Edward Spencer Antill, was by ar- rangement, in order to meet the convenience of Mr. Forbes, agreed to be taken on Tuesday at twelve o'clock. About thirty undefended and short causes of no public interest were disposed of at the opening of the court on Tuesday. James Gallagher v. E. S. Antill.--This case was an action brought by a horse-breaker, against Mr. Antill, for work and labour done; also, for malicious prosecution and imprison- ment; and thirdly, for a malicious libel. Mr. Walsh conducted the plaintiff's case. D. G. Forbes, Esq., was counsel for the de fence, The jury, after a short deliberation, retur- ned a verdict for the plaintiff on all the counts; for the first, £15, for the second and third, each £25; in ...

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Metropolitan. Sydney, Tuesday, Nov. 20th [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 1 December 1860

- 0- (From oui· City Corresponcnden.): Sydney, Tuesday, Nov: 20th TiE dogs of war are let lbose, and we are in the midst of a political contest :in wiich it is evident that class feelings are to be appeitled to in a manner unworthy of the age: Not only in.Sydney, but throughout the colony, the people appear to be rising in their might; and well will it be for their future 'happiness if discretion guides their strength. At present there-appears to be a disposition to ignore old and. valuable" services, to overlook, . merit, and to despise intelligence,; unless ',coupled with the all absorbing cry of "Free Selection before Survey." " The active few, who induced Mr. Cowper to come forward for East' Sydney, have taken the cue from the Governient, and omitted, in the formation of ,their. bunch, the name' of' Mr.. Parkes.. Either Mr. Stuart or Mr. Caldwell, the former an illiterate, and the second a man of, very plain education, were to' be irueferred'to a man who has' devoted the' best p...

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TO THE ELECTORS Of Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

TO THE ELECTORS _Of Q6ueanbeyan. The circumstances under which the Assembly has been dissolved, ap pear to make it my duty to offer my self again to your isuffriages. Ministers, hafvil fe 'in' gislatiion, have ap Siealed to the country upon a false issue, and seek to make certain ambiguous words, which they liave not succeeded in defining, the test ` of political fit ness in themselves and others. The good'sense of the people will try Minis ters upotntheir general merits. I might not unreasonably. ask the same. But I have no objection whatever to have `my codrduct judged even upon the narrowi grounds ;chosei 'by the. Government. I; therefore challenge discussion and scrutiny, of my votes and opinions, both upon the :Laid Question' generally, and in particulr .upon what is termed, " the principal of .Free. Selection before sur*I j."' This principle I have always'sup Port;ed, and 1 ill support, not as em. bodied iii Mr. Robertson's Bill, but in a noire practical shape, and' in a: more...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

Stolen 0or; Strayed From Queanbeyan on` or :abbut the 20th November, a: BAY MARE,' bran r J C on near- shoulder,.: has had a bran- c sore back, and was brokeirn to ded, oLN saddle and harness; she stands about 14, hands high, well bred, and rather pigeon-toed. If strayed £1 reward will be given on re'; covery of the mare, and if stolen, £5 reward will be given on conviction of the thief. THOMAS ROYAL, Nov. 80. Queanbeyan. " Others only tamper with Disease; IWe root it from the Core. " The Cordial Balm of Circassia, Forpurifying the blood and strengthening the human fraine Price 11s. and 33s. per Bottle, A new and important medicine for the cure of Nervous Debility, Lassi tude, Weakness, Scorbutic Humours, Old Wounds, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Ery sipelas, Scrofula, Pimples, Diseases, of the Skin, Cutaneous,: EFruptions,:and 'ill 'Impuri-? ties of the Blood. It w?ill also remove the effects of Mercury, an'd entirely eradicate it from the system. o->Tlhis is one of the most impo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

SWESLEYAN; CHAPEL, QUEANBEYAN. ivine Servicewill: be .hele on SUNDAY-, (to-morrow), at w11 a.m., when the Rev. THOMAS SKEWES, of Gun-~ ning will oiciate. S respectable' Person accus - to ined to children, to take th'e entire charge of an infant' about four months old, fed by hiand. Apply to Dr. HAYLEY, .:Q: ueanbeyan:. MR. J.,: CULLEN w ill Sell by Auction, at Mr. Woodman's Hotel, Monaro-street, on. Thursday, 20th December, several head of. Superior Saddle and Harness: Horses. ...T-E RMS:-- CASH. Queanbeyan, Dec. 7, 1860. - William Davis, Esquire; Landlord, SVERSUS Richard Ryan, Tenant.:'; . TO BE Sold by Public Auction, AT M MR. W. LEE'S, 'ST. PATRICK'S INN, QUEANBEYAN, On Th2ursday, the 20th December, at Noon, THE GROWING CROP, consisting of Wheat, now, ini a, Paddock situate on the Gininderra.Es tate, and being on the west bank of -the Queanbeyan'River, at Canberra, belonging.to the above-named Richard Ryan, for rent, un less the same be sooner paid. : TERMS :-OASH. W.'O'NEILL. ....

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LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

LOIA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT, OF -FASHION. (From ; Sauders'Y Neew 'Letter.) Madame Montes, Countess of Lands felt, deliveed alecture at thei Rotunda, last Friday evening, having for the sub ject e 'rComic Aspiect of Fashion" The: a i :nce: was :large'and:: attentive, witht e' exeption 'of r , i' individual who having come appiarently vith the view o: Efi?eari g himniself exclaim " bee w, s hee aw," in : ase tonses and at mnap propiiate intervals, -was first laughed at and ithe end deservedly hissed by those prese nt:. 'In the opening portion of her'ddress, of which a brief outline is appended,iMadame Montes said it was a meli1choly reflection,: that F?ashion. owedits"orinitothlaisinsomankin d; and it was'of somewhat ',ancient; date, too, hiving comminenced about the time that civilised man began to blush at the knowledge of his own partner's naked ness iithe, Garden of Eden, a circum stancii~ ich led to the wearing of fig leaves laughter)--and it must be con fessed that at that p...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

S': ' EADVERTISEMENT.] ;'T TI.l EDITOR or TuL GOLDEN AGx. Sir,-' .Wanted, a Giant-killer," would at first ,ight appear a strange advertisement in the present day, because we are apt to suppose that the race of giants is now extinct; and that there fore the necessity of their exterminators. is at an end also: . Nothing can be. more erroneous than such a supposition. The story of "Jack" that has been, and probably/ always will be, the' delight of childhood, is not a fiction but afable, and con tains more truth than many tales that pretend to be the real histories of our species. So vividly are the pictures of the story impressed upon our minds, that we remember for many years all the inci dents, no matter how trifling, and we can relate how the hydra-headed monster, club in hand, would sally forth on the arrival of afresh travel ler, vomiting forth his own doggrel in some such words as these : Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum ! Whoever steals omy trees of Gum, Whether e 'live, or whether be dead, I'll...

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To the Electors of QUEANBEYAN GENTLEMEN,— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

To the Electors .of GENTLEMEN, T othe dauntless bearing andunswerving Ti - i-l'of your late Premier you are, in debted forKas Idesirable a boon: as -the most liberal-minded patriobt'could wish to "confer upon a grateful (though to often thankless) people. " Go up into the land and possess r it," was the great command of our Supreme Lawgiver; and when we discover the hearts of our people moving with one common con sent towards the same grand'accomplishment, we may at least in this instance exclaim, lohx popuZi, vox Dei. Now in tendering my services to ensure this happy result, I am neither unmindful of the important obligations your acceptance will impose, nor the' sacred trust committed to my c?are:. 'At the .same time you must expect fromn me"no servile advocacy of any special interests. As an Australian I value our com mon prosperity at aj"price so'inestimable, that no party considerations could ever induce me to sacrifice the public weal to any man, or set of men.: . Influenced b...

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To the Electors of MONARO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

To. tii6Eflectors=of'L ENTLEMEN,-Observing that no other' - local candidate of Liberal views on the -E: Land Question has yet offered himself for the ..: honor of representing you, and being ?irged; thereto by a desire to promote your interests aud to secure a just and satisfactory settle ment of the Land Question, I beg, to place. myself before you as a candidate.' , Having waited to the last moment, `tine'i' willi not permit me to make a full statement of my political views, I will do so at an' early: day' through the columns of the press 'an~ :; personally throughout your district. I will now state, however, that I am a firm ; supporter of the SYSTEM OF FREE SE= LECTION BEFORE SURVEY.:: Until I shall have the pleasure of meetin?:: you personally, and reminding you of.the vast- A:I importance of the question you haveto-consi- der and decide, I remain, Your obedient servant, THOS. GARRETT. 'Alpine Pioneer-- Office . Kianidra, Nov. 26,-1860.

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Local Intelligence. ELECTORATE OF QUEANBEYAN. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

-0 ELECTORATE 'OF. QUEANBEYAN. PUBLIC l MEETIN : ON Tuesday last Mr: Forster met the electors of Queanbeyan at Mr. Lee's, St. Patrick's Inn. There was a very large attendahee;' every one present being anxious 'tolhear the explanations which the late representative. of the district was about to offer. ANnDREW CUNNINGUA, Esq.; of -Lanyon; who was voted to the chair, rose toL observe that' those present was met there to: hear .from Mr. F6rster an elucidation of.This .views 'on political questions. I-e trusted they. would. give him a patient hearing,. in order to see to what extent they agreed or differed. Upon resuming his seat, Mr. 'FonsTER came forward and said : That their clihairman had partially anticipated his introduciory bbseiv'ations. All-he 'desired, was a fair and patient hearing. Of-.that he he had not the' least disti'ust. He h'ad been their representative for some time past; and although he had not been able to wait upon them personally, so much as he desired, they' would...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

KIANDRA. From the 'Alpine Pioneer,' December 4. The Escort left the Camp on Saturday with 1499 ozs, 15 dwts, 4 grs., and £1481 in cash. We can have no better proof of the resources of Kiandra than its Escort, and this week in particular, which, taking into consideration the exodus from this place during the week, and the large escort produced, proves more effectually than anything we can advance that, as a gold-field, it gives a far greater average to the working population than any at present discovered; and many who rashly threw up their claims on purpose to go to Crack-em- back upon the strength of the reports circula- ted in reference to that place, finding it a complete take in, may for a time try some other field, but will eventually find their way back to the Snowy, as possessing far greater advantages to the miner than any other. During last week the river has again been throwing up its vast treasures, some of which appeared in the shape and substance of a very fine nugget w...

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TO THE LIBERAL ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN. Per favour of the Golden Age. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 8 December 1860

TO THE LIBERAL ELECTORS:I OF THE DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN... Per favour.of the Golden Age. Fellow Electors,-I' wish to address a; few. words to you, and I, wish you to attend to them. It has long been your; desire to' have the public lands of, the colondy' placed within your reach, so that, you might be enabled to have a home of your own. This I believe to, be the most natural and the strongest desire.. *of the heart, as well as the most laudable and judicious object which a working man could aspire to ; because, if he can live ;by' paying his landlord 10/.an acre, how much better off' will 'he be when the land is his own, besides the independence, of the thing,-that is the beauty'of:it;' and the. peace and happiness which a 'manl feels when he knows that his children,are provided for,--that is the religion of it 'and the elevation of a man's position in society,= that is 'the result of it ? ??And all this is now withiri your reach, .nay, in your own power to have or refuse. If ye sto...

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