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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 15 December 1860

COLLECTOR. (From our own Correspondent.)   ACCIDENT.-A few days ago a child of about three years old, named Robert Ledger, had a very narrow escape from drowning. It seems that he and he some other children were play ing on the bank of a deep waterhole, when by accident he fell in. 'Providentially Mr. Kim- berley, of the Collector store, saw what had happened, and rushing into the water rescued the poor little fellow from an untimely death. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.--For the last ten days the weather has been all that could be wished. Last night we had a very heavy fall of rain, but this morning, there are indications of fine weather. So, far as my ob- servation extends, the wheat crop in this neigh- bourhood will yield about an average. Hay is very light, and in many places a failure. The heavy rains that fell during the early part of last month so damaged the fresh-planted potatoes, that they too will, I regret to say, be in many cases, a complete failure. 12th Dec.,...

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 — 22 December 1860

To THE EDITOR Os .iP Ata Sir,-Can you inforn r =a &er rearri f tative of the Government i fo I irm' noble bridge is in jeopari.', . - e }", 1~ 1 " j t by that pest the Scotch t :,'"r '/cr e;iji~. even connected with the rri: ' .from the south end. Ve -:, ?I become dried up, conseqe "ill : lbc and if ignition do take p w asmuch as there is consio a tf At;:r ýttlr;'?; in the timbers of the bric. . .' 'al wi c ?- ts their properties wer, e to - . hi pest down. We have sc r 4 1 great rapidity over Lim'i: -? .? s. ' is nothiny but grass, the ! y fire spread in the above :' ber is in close prozimity/ As there was. great d - money votedfo* the brid :1. fi 4i:,',. {,b`,.i -i be left in such aperildou n r troyed in one day or saves nine."--two men -,,;:.,' ,c,ý, -,; :' : ."` days, and perhaps be th .. ,O, > $ or £6,000. Queanbeyan, December 1 r

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

N IMI T YB EL. LE. (From our own orrespondent.) THu ,WEATHIiER.-During thle last fortnight, at least', scarcely a day has passed without heavy rain, and the farmers in this neighbour hood, with but few exceptions report' conside rable,damage to the growing crops in conse quence. Sheering has also been protracted, the wool liowdvdr in :this district. iswell got up. The pioducer:nced not complain, but the shearers will do little more thantearn their rations this season, owing to the inclement state of the weather. Electioneering has caused a little stir here; the popular cry of "Free Selection before Survey" having found its way here, Garrett became the people's favourite, and although there were other two candidates in the field for Monaro-old residents too--t is gene rally believed that Garrett will be returned as the people's representative, having already, I am informed, a large majority in his favour in the totals of votes recorded in Bombala, Nimi tybelle, and Cooma. Mr. Garrett...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

GOULBUR'N.N : - , (From our own Correspondent.) -THn approaching festivity of Christmas does ,not materially alter the aspect of business here. Flour is a shade lower, than"Cit> has been. The large quantity taken from this to Kiandra during the winter and spring has kept the prices considerably higher than they would otherwise have ruled; this circum stance taken into account with -the scarcity of demand for manual labour has made the spring a trying time for the worlking man, and a depressing one to the storekeepers but there is buoyancy in Australia. the energetic man may be in difficulties to-day, yet .ini a few, months you find him strong again and flour ishing like a palm tree. , The European news` appears on the whole to be as satisfactory as you might expect--the only fear seemss to be in the Italian affairs being pushed on more rapidly tnan they can be consolidated and harmonized.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

IMPOUN])INGS. S(Tronithle Government Gazette .Dec. 11th.) At QUEANBUEYAN, on the 4th December, 1860, from Duntroon; damages andi driving: s., d. "each:?:-Black filly, JB off shoulder; iron grey more, ,2 over B 1near shoulder; light grey mare, MC over JC off shoulder, Opt over JC near shoulder; a yearling filly by her side, JC off shoulder and near hip;-Also, same day, from GOninderra; danmages and driving 3s. cd. each:-bay mere, cross over WII off shoulder, ES over S near shoulder; bay colt, ES off shoulder; two roas colts, RC near shoulder, 1 year old; bay hombe, AWV near shoulder; bay colt, JIE sideways off shoulder, II near saddle; block mare, illegible letter and S off shoulder, 141.hands high; a bay filly foal by her side: bay colt, B off ribs, L'off shollulder; chesnut filly, JS near shoulder; chesnut mare, 'GG near shoulder; grey mare, MG nearnribs, 4 shoulder. If not released within twenty. four days from date of publicationl, will be sold. S. 'Jr.' LEVEtn, Potisdkeeper. At ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

ARRIVED. Ijas-much pleasure in making known the arrival of the greater portion of his NEW SUMMER FASHIONS In Dress Goods, Silks, Nine-flounced Muslins, and Ladies' Mantles of the latest Shapes. Ladies' Bonnets and Children's Hats prettily trimmed, assorted Gentlemen's Clothing, Boots and Shoes. No House so popular for PRETTY BONNETS & CHILDREN's HATS (Small Boxes of One Dozen each, assorted for Wholesale Buyers.) Families Furnishing will find the MANCa?ESTER DEPARTMENT well stocked. FAMILY MOURNING in every detail. A HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!! AND GOOD CHEER!!! persons getting SUPPLIES for the approaching Festivities, will find that AB RAH AM LE V Y Is Selling them off FOR :.:1 AS.H cheaper than ever. BRANDY RAISINS DRAPERY GIN CURRANTS SLOPS RUM BOTTLED FRUITS BOOTS & SHOES WINES CORDIALS &c., &c. Goad save the Queen and all the People ! Goulburn Store, Queanbeyan, Dec 20th, 1861. C HRISTMAS SUP PLI ES. o House can furnish the above, in every conceivab...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAlN. Arrivals. From SYDNEY, va Goulburn and Bunii?endore, Sunday, Monday. Wedhesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 9 d.m. From GOULBURN, via Collertor, Gundaroo. and Gin ":inderra, Wednesday and Saturday; at 6.30, -p.. -n. . From COOMA, Sunday, Mondny, ucesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8 a.m. "From LANYON, Wednesdayr and Saturday at B a.m. · Departures. To SYDNEY, via Bungendore and Goulburn, Sunday, Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday at. 8-30 ant. . To GOULBURN, via' Gininderra, Gundaroo, and Collec tor, Sunday and Thursday, at d s.m. To COOMA,. va Micalngo, Sundny, Monday, Wednesday, . Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. at 0 a.m. To LANYON Sunday and Thurseday at 3 p.m. * * Letters for dispatch to Sydney or Goulburn must be posted oil the previous evcning by 8 o'clock. 0:- The Post-Office at Qrueanrbeyan will be opened oti SUNDAYS froim t to 3 in the afternoon, instead of fro-t 9 to 10.15, ins the morning, as?herelofore. ....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

MEMBERS ELECTED FOR THE ASSEMBLY. Argyle .. .. .. .. * T. A. Murray. Bathurat . .........:* James Hart. Braidwood ......... * M. Moriarty. Canterbury ... .... * J. Lueas E. Raper. Curcoar .... .... .. .* W. R. Watt. r East.Sydn ... ... C. Cowper, .* H Parkes;!?J.) :E...u.. . .. Caldwell and R. Stewart.,, East Macquare ... ... W. H. Suttor, W. Cummilngs' East Maitland .. ...... * James Dickson Eden . ... * Daniel Egan. Glebe ,. . . ... T. W. Smart. Goldfilelds, North ; ... ... * J, loskins. Gold-fields, South ... * J. B. Wilson. Goulburn .. ......... C. H. Walsh. Hartley ?i. :.... .. . W. Russell. HIawkesbury. r. .; * W. R; Piddington, J. A. Cunneen. The HuRiter . ... " I. J. Blake. The Hunio .. . T. H. Mate. Illawarra ... ........ R. Haworth. Kiama . .... ... W. S. Gray, Lower Hlunter ......?... * A. W. Scott. I Monnro. ... ... T. Garrett. Morpeth .. ... ... D. Buchanan.: IMurrumbidgee ...... ...* William- Maclcay. epean ... ... J. T. Ryan. Ilewcastle .. . nnell. u .. <Ne...

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GARDENING CALENDAR, FOR THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

- GARDENING- CALENDAR,:., FOR THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER. Clear away wccds; sow turnip on pens ground,' first rain after Christmas. Rub shoots off vines, and nip off tops when six feet long.

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Metropolitan. Sydney, 18th December, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

-0-. S;(From ouir Oity Correspondent.) Sydney, 18th December, 1860. Ma. MARTIN and Mr.' Darvall would ap pear to have become so unpopular to the masses, that they cannot' hear theiron':i n 'oi s..at election meeting. Of; the former's'" treatsment and unguarded iresponse' at* East Sydney, most people are pretty well aware now. On Saturday last, Mr. Darvall for the Hawkesbury, met with such an ungracious reception, that:oni his, return to town, he at once announced that he declined the honour of' competing to represent them. . It must have been excessively disgusting to a gentle man of Mr. Darvall's refined 'type? to' have been greeted with screeches and yells, and., as Martin would say, a villanous proportior of howls. During this election,, some, of the most ignorant have presented themselves as candi. dates, who:could possibly have the hardihod6t to stand in :that capacity..: There was a Mr. Cowan for Canterbury, who -talked about running railways; to 'the Gulf 'of Carpentaria, obj...

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Gems from Poets. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

-0- Oh ! green was the corn as I rode on my way, And bright were the dews on the blossoms of May, And dark was the sycamore's leaf to behold, And the oak's tender leaf was of emerald gold. The thrush from the holly, the lark from the cloud, Their chorus of rapture sang jovial and loud; From the soft vernal sky, to the soft grassy ground, There was beauty above me, beneath, and a round. The mild southern breeze brought a shower from the hill, And yet, though it left me all dripping and chill, I felt a new pleasure, as onward I sped, ..To gaze where the rainbow gleamed broad over head. Oh such be life's journey, and such be our skill, .To lose in its blessings the sense of its ill; :y .Through sunshine and shower, may ..our progress be even, ?.,,.-oAnd our tears add a charm to the prospects : of heaven ! -Bishop Heber.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

- WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of thte Week. 3t. oSm rises Sun Oseta SATUtDAY......... e 22 5 5 7 9. "17 SUNDAY. ............ 2. 3 :, 5 7 9 : 18. MfONDAY ............ ,, 24 6 710 19 TUESDAY..... ....... , 25 5 3 7 11 0 WEDNESDAY ...:... ,, 6 3 711 21 THURSDAY........ , 27 5 3 711 22 FRIDAY............. 28 5 2 7.12 23

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

CHINA. ' VI. Harry Parkes and' Mr., Loch have been safely returned; to us. by the Chinese, but :.Captain Anderson and M de Norman died from the effects of .the brutal' treatment they 'eceived: at' the hands of their captors. Several prisoners are .in the halids of, the enremy.: Thiose unaccountedL for :are,? Captains A?mon gon,; Brbazon, ?li d Mr. Browlby,` the Timees' special correspondenlt. The Em peror is rumotired to have fled.tio,, Tar tary. The v wintering of the' :.whole force either at Pekin or at Tien Tsin: is novw :r?i lved: upon. On the 6tli':'of October tlhe advance of our troops -re sulted in .the' taking of 'the Hueng Min guer, or summerpaulace of the-Emperor, wvhich' wasi loted, and afforded immense spoil; , buts a quantity, of the treasure taken is to be divided aniongst the Frenchanid-English. The ,entire British share is estinmated_..at. :about 90,000 dollars.-: Oni 'the 12th.everything was ;prepared fr& th efirst? gieant event of the wair-tho assault on th...

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Sydney. Song of a Sore-back'd Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

Song of a Sore-baok'd-Hors, C Take that-there's a 'buster,' to braise all n-rv Lue ,;' Neighed my spirited nag, and he grinn:'t ite a boa-: As he buck-jumped me over his head on the a -.rco, 'Then kicked up his heels in the air as he sinr "Odds, knackers and cats'-meat ecarts ! What ,d v:-: .:r You rough-riding Rusasian,-you hide-raspi . !f Bad luck to you, ain't you ashamed to.be seer On the back of a poor scabby beast like mysliT " All under my saddle, my crupper, and girth, I'm as tender and raw as a fillet of veal, And though I've oft heard you extolling my a ,th, It's plain,-you old savage,-no pity youfe -. " When the price of your dinner (odds, gripes : s arvation, You grudge three and sixpence to heal my ,ýM brck,) Would purchase a bottle of Row's Embroc nrri , And that would cure all my bad spots in a c:.k, "like a sackful of shark-hooks and gooseberr- Luahms You mount my gall'd carcase, my feelings . .?,:k, I'll be sliced into dinners for puppies and pus+:, Before I again l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

CHRJISTMAS!! CHRISTMAS i l C" EZ . _,,RISTMSLr AS I I ,I i COMMERCIAL :STORES, MAC QUOID .STREET. . J. WRIGHT . Imuch pleasure in annoucing totthe S :-, IThhabitants, of Queanbeyan and district that he has ,thii dlay opened thlie aboe Stores under the management- of and to astsure them ththat nothing shall be wanting on the pfrt "of himselfP '- Mr. M'Leod tcgive satisfacti6n.2 Consists of :the Latest NOVELTIES in DRAPERY, as wellial carefully selected assortment ofI - GRO CERIES; PROY1SIONS, a IRONMONG E ,RY,& and t:o ~~~' the ]depressioi of the times,: T ,, will be aet.isuch a : rate as to defy .COIPETITIO N. Queanbigc;, December 22nd, 1860. .:~ ·"'?/;:? -? : ,..' - - ., ." ,; . - : • :... ?". ".. :-. . . TO3 B3 SOLD. B' .PUBLIC AUCTION, AT .THE POLICE OFFICE YARD, QUEANBEYAN, ' :.. On Monday. next, the .24th' of December, At Twelve o'clock of the day, Under the authority of a Distress Warrant, I The following, . .The property of John Richards, and seized for the recovery o...

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KIANDRA. Kiandra, Dec. 8th, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

KIANDR A. From our otin Corr espoildent.ý Eiandra Dec. 8th, In so very an unsettled a state is the Snowy River Gold-field, that it would be more than diflicult to furnish you 'with afiything like a correct idea of its present condition. You ob serve by the escort, that gold is being obtained in quantity which, for the population, cannot but be acknowlenged as highly satisfactory. yet the population is decreasing, and that too at auperiod wheno (accordingto the conjectures; nay the positive assurances, of those who 'did undertake to enact the part of guides to pub lic opinion, upon the matter,) the plains, bills, and gulleys of the Snowy should be crowded with an unheard-of assemblage for gold dig ging. A lesson,this surely, to those who di? , ,thus commit themselvees and: engulph otheis in the bog of their own creation. Nothiing 'but consummate greenness upon mining, mat ters, or in new rush experience, could account forthis. ; l-lad this gold-field been-illowed to. develope itself ...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

GUNDAROO.   From our own Correspondcnt. Things in general are very dull at Gunda roo. Since the election, every thing has assumed its usual quiet appearance. Quean- beyan and Gundaroo behaved nobly in the late election contest, for the one secured votes almost as great as 6 to 1 against Forster, and the other nearly 7 to 1; a noble way of show- ing those members of parliament who, when returned, do as they like, that their constit- uents are able and willing to relieve them from their attendance in the Assembly. How- ever, now that the election is over, it is to be hoped Redman will do his duty, and not de- serve to be kicked out likewise (as he most assuredly will be if he deserve it). If he play the part our late representative did, the people have it in their power to deal with him as they dealt with Forster. But for the present it is---- REDMAN FOR EVER ! Oua Cricketers are all alive just now. They have sent a challenge to the Gininderra Club, which it is likely wil...

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British & Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

B itisli & Foreign News. -0 'Last week we furnished our readers Awith the telegram of the latest news by? .the Behar, we now continue, the items of intelligence so -far as we `'have receil ved thliem :- A ::company is in course, of- formation for-the cultivation of Cotton in'Austra lia, more particularly in New Soputh Wales. It is proposed that the opei`a tions of the company shall; cdmmence with'irom 1000 to 2000 acres. Amongst the 'names: identified .with t* Ldider takinig,:well-known in ; cbnnection ivith colonial. progress, including those., of Lord :Alfred Churchhill, M. P., are 'Messrs,-Thlomas Beazley,-M.P., M-'athew IMarshI', M.P., W. F. De Salis, W. C. 'Wentt orth, J. A. Youall, and Albert Allom. The first. capital _is to. be 100,0001., with power to incr8ease it. OniTuAnY.-Sir Harry Smith, G.C.B:; Duhliess . Dowager of ;"Saxe '.Cobourg Goth;l';`. Duke ofRiclimond ; Mr. James Stewart, M.P. Oiie of the inost cdritical. episodes of the battle of Vallerano, on the 1st ...

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European Extracts. THE TOWER OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

--0- THE TOWER OF LONDON. ` We will now ask the reader's attention c/ tthe short and simple annals of a real, "'od" building-the best known, and per hlaps the most characteristicin Englanld with more tales of terror and interests :about it than ever clustered, like ill :::omened ravens, round abuilding before- a building that, in all the changes of our. history, has still borne its bad pre-emi-. nenice as the home of despair and sorrow. :.i:The groans that have resounded through °!4those dismal chambers, the screams that ,i`have startled the sentinel on guard, pro-I eeding from tortured '"prisoners-tlie .?i:oken hearts that beat their last, in: :'thoe dungeons-the. agonies," the, fears itha have thrilled human'bosoms in that ::.aiv fu.:ldelling-invest it with` a gloomy :: oiror thiia..was.never 'equalled in the .;`ipages i-.of fiction. . .,The Castle , of 3` Otronto,' and "'The Mfysteries of .Udol pho;:are mnere" commonplace habitations compared to it. For eight centuries it h;:l as...

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GREAT STORM AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

GREAT'8ToRnMAt! 'l1dltAN1 ' O ne of the severe ,'st W li , . itet t>` Melbourue for mar k t?? Saturday night and : . : r. ? t· of the year, when s, i,.. r.r, be the least expected, : ?M:r 'a ble. Early on Sati.,:.; t ::Thd..:.'t. began to gather, e:1 at "uih i.ai heard. As the even' ::: :d the t~id? :r became more distine - : ': sir a pre vailed at frequent i?.ý_t .: l?ttbefor midnight the storm tii.. u. ' p,'a ::iet i urg of rain poured down, a ? cati;ed to .o so, with hardly any; It.?'m;unii, .n i 1 b.iti:: eleven a.m. yesterds . w, '!heb ::rn gtrd21l: ih ally descended in vi ibluie, ~h'nighlt:ttti noil-t wn tinued to fall almos - rlinr';g the% .:hwilen tfi..li iu:: -day..?The appearan ef" utf telbo'r?cne urin: the evening was-as if it had been sibj-ctd io: 1 :4 an inundationr. The whule'of EHIlr'etZ atreu t :; from the Bush Inn; south \ w o?nt mn\i Y.ff water, and Fulind r-.stea wa s e lit li. Itany of the stores rnd shov) werj.?,ed ti" ? aconsiderable depth, acid g?t'~i damn ...

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