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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

SATTURDAY, DECIEMBER 22, 1860, THE results of the elections so far throughout the colony, are so strongly:. indicative of popular feeling, with-·re- gard to the, great question of the day, the -Land Bill,; that "wei may :look upon them as forming the unanimous verdict of a peopld who have at length- "put forth their voice, and -that:.a mighty: vroice." : It matters little. now what. such obstructionists as Mr. Forster may think, and consequently :`how much the people .ought to have, they wanted a just and 'equitable Land measure, -one. which should give them their rights, and which .no power could take awayj ' and' thiis in 'spite of Mr. Forster, and his "tortuous mind" they are sure to get. Of this gentleman, however, further than being the"'typeei of a class who, professing liberal' opinions, are as ,yet ,the unscrupulous opponents pf' progre~s, we have nothing more. to add than, " The. place: which' once,knew them knows them rio more.'" --Sympathising, however;, with; 11r. Forste...

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

Comimercial. Banking Company `. :of Sydney. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. At is hereby notified, that this ,- , BRANCHhas been established," for the 'tI saction of all usual Banking business." Interest is allowed on Fixed Deposits as follows, viz : Subject to three months' notice : of withdrawal 3 O cent: annum. Ditto to six ditto......... ,, 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, Albury, Wrollon gong, Maitland, Kiama, Shoalhaven' Mary borough, Cooma and-Eden. Also, unon The Banl of Victoria, Melbourne; 'and upon Great Britain and.Ireland. W; SCRIVENOR Manager. J. J. WRIGHT, POST OFFICE STORES,' Queanbeyan. COMMERCIAL :STORES, Cooma,. Russell's, and Kiandra. he requirements of- the above wellknown business establishments, have induced the proprietor to make more fre quent his journeys to the Sydney Markets. And having just returned from his second visit within the last two months, during which, h...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

*--0 QUEANBEYAN, WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. " GOLDEN AGE" Office, December' 22. WDIIAT.-65. to Os. Od. per bushel. FrLoUn.-L-Fine, £36 per ton; seconds £3388. B1EliAn;--8d. to9. 9. BnAN.--Is. 6G., to Os. Od. per. bushel. MAIZE.-4s. Od. to 5s. O0d.:per bushel BARLEY.-4s. 0. to. 4s. 6. . OATs.-Gs.6d. per bushel. HAY.-£6 to £7 per ton. BUTTER.-10d. to ls. per lb. CeIEESE.-Gd.. to 7d. per lb. BAcow.-Gd. to 8d.perElb...... Eaos.-ls. Gd. to Is. 9d. per dozen.: ' POTATOES.-£6 per. ton. FAT CATTLE.- £5 10s. to X7 l0s. per head. CALVEs.--£1 ]6s. per head. SIIEEP.-16s. to 20s. per head. Pris.-6d. per lb. TALLow.-386s. per tox?, for good samples. HIDEs.-5s. Gd. to 6s. each. SIIEEPSKINS.-4,d. to Gd. per lb. CARRIAGE PER ToN.-Sydney to Queanbeyan,, £9 to £10; Queanbeyan to Cooma, £5 to £5 10s.; Queanbeyanto.East or WVest Deni son (Russell's),, £9 to £10;! Queanbeyan to Klandra, £14 to £16. QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR ....... ,£85 ton. SECONDs............. £. . 38 BRAN ................ 1s....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local and General Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 December 1860

Local and General Intelligence       -----o------   QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. The only business occupying the attention of the above court during the past week were the following cases: DRUNKENNESS. -Andrew Shanley, drunk and disorderly, was for this offence fined on Saturday last in the sum of 10/., or the usual alternative 24 hours' imprisonment. Yester day Thomas Little was fined 5/. for a similar offence. SLY GROG-SELLING. - John Richards, the keeper of a booth known, as the Travellers' Home Restaurant, at Lanyon, was charged with having unlawfully sold to one Peter Keogh two glasses of spirits without having a license. The defendant who, whilst in court, was evidently under the. influence of strong drink, had only been in the neighbourhood a few weeks, and although professedly the keeper of a refreshment house and store, was from the first suspected of sly grog-selling. Acting under information to that effect, the police visite...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 December 1860

I. , ''., 04, .t1 il 1 " -i L i' t 11 -' {at°} ;"' 't ý [,i"J i.. i: :' :'+.ic:"t 1.A I / .J- f! '_ ! .. iP'. YV i 't. ;'. 4:. r'r«ýt ': rdjt. !ý. X '4 "1 TI 1 ' v '·. -. ?, !.r..tji 4. 9 1f.tj AC ' i-. ·~itt J i.' i,? · *1 *j (ii. Pf·f:r' isI' ip( i '0 j(= hib .L.. frt is )Lti:af. ~-.·cil:'s·.1:"ii\ Pt ~ :''Q U * 'id 1L - t... ':· 't '0; -i· ~0t W .'tJ " .if ' t di &12s ,lW%·.L ,, Th t ·: t.?t:;ti,.::tt "1 'ad' ~i ':·tt~ii~? ' 3i3.lt' L.iac c~' .luu s: ·1~:~~' . ,.f',.4-td tf'tt'1 42 ,"emberr .noice -or` neces ofpolitical life, -ding is the calm of Christmas. The so ordered as to termi lidays, and thus to allow Sties `which have charac ctions to subside. That du Iin if not wisely and intel anted in the forthcoming t ?s."< ;:,° an be no doubt, and prac Smvy now perchance succeed to ? hick have _ hitherto ratgeel .'",A'- , . ,:of tohe Assembly. Muich j'or . renrd on the conduct of the ti ' *rogance, which is too often ;,:", 'and iof which they have too pf tons. sho...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 December 1860

' i N SALE.-;A sale of broken and un 'ttruL :unclahnlmotd horsei-stock will take place L: : Quetanbeyan Pound, on Friday next, 40 ih Jannuiary.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 December 1860

Boxing ra as :; i i; - F ryjo: ment amcr.t C: C wimp judge fron t et H:u s :A closing cr ,. p2; i.2 ,-" Thec, e,: ;r. large/Hal {; I 1 "_, 7 i '{ of .the Sir t haps mor ; i. :. : '. y funds for what I cayni ,. .. f:. i? u b . ronised toY The Ch '. bt. _... to attend ,e o aol ' : . ch.: rago t mani~ t' . c ;!'t1't is'de k. " ? r tation. The Wo.lon A Cr;-icti i Mummel; vehiu' of thre:' bfiir Ir the big u:a int we ·:m: Cop'·re l passenger * .tr F. n: t <: 5: , capable of It:;'r . a tolerabl. r :- t little gig j t p ohed w, requisitioll 2d - ; ay numbers c ' j; 44rm uii ti s "tii ,: it must hl -:it m. u nee ,. a t r. . But the c:^, of the tractvo3. - :tin , : .t , its appearan.. In he . rt *.. ; 0 two o'clock.h '4:y.T erno , au., byFue { a large nunuwre';' iM i; ., o.:U o holiday p7 Ifla', Ia certainly I ;Iwe : v+ : she. ing the lo i ,"n' .. t: .. e her journc =.!.":i4 y c'.,;t ?r te state of tlsl - ed+ ," ..:, ,r ,, tw o give you a .cr:pes i ; :. ing along. ry a e motion is ...

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[?]RA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 December 1860

. ra - e.lpin Pionee.) The usii: 81 . i v ^cr lt 111 ? i" t:+a ' . .Saturday. e ? ":(l 0 s '8<?. i gr. in cash. _ m a ', ta .e v and rcqu' c' i anu -'nl.t 'of' ouir t .a upon theair: i'. C a"c'ir . 1'_.;! , - #i t0 a' tention t( -1 "'I ma ', : "' in .= e pint nt,: r" Kiandra, !,a ;r.a 'ara",:ip S I',7: a 1ao engaged ia' 1,.1.0 p rt 1 ;, ! {l '1ii ': 1! that as a -a:. ai 'a' " a ,_3 Ic ,1 urceC,' !: 'II:I and offers Ia. . w..i.r' u. o. : The climi n now we h'.r*> i& l rn or iY ' fine weat' : : ::..s worked to . -' ;. :m Ihi' ''a"' may just: a''; r.a'e act * present ot. :i a :a on accoiun *l a t . with Esco: , :, w will soon l a n I a, Kiandra. a iLh `: Vv colouring 'a ...''' ;,.' f a'.i l [!'aa merely stntie a- :, r ;,on ; i .,l sant with ia t J" t ," ' us, that th.' ' . 'at 1 gold miner quite woa - ncroakers' o _. THE Tat' rapidly in day. and r .. 7 descriptio." ground. the first l.a,_p (":: : t r sale; it a. , worn,; he price the - i"'aaa a a visited th 'c ir ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 December 1860

Sithin. .he ..last.: tw . months durin i hed: A 1. L! it I U 1. has peronlly. .. el:tedra abook, which for. vaiety~~l and r;` exetcno e supase in i:l~~;:. the fl. UiaLL- i. THe requir TRents of the above wellknown business estmblishments, have induced the proprietor to make more fre quent his journeys to the Sydney Markets. And havingjust returned from his socond visit within the last two months, during which, he has personallyg selected a stock, which for variety and extnot cannot be surpassed in the SOUTI-IERN DISTRICTS-he hoLpes to be favoured with an increasing custom.. Parties purchasing in Quanbeyan,. will hive the advantage of selecting from TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS worth of STOCK, comprisinge Drxapery Groceries Ironmongery Diggers' Tools 1 roviions of all kinds SPIRITS, WrINES, and CORDIALS.t Purchasers for CASI-I, will find ,a decided advantage, and in all: transactions either in the purchase of GOLD. or PRODUCE, tihe mutual interests of buyer and seller will: be 1 regarded. ...

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[?]eral Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 December 1860

'QUEANihAT A POLICE COURT. 'SATURDAY. (Before the )olice Mfagistrate.) Dausicans' LISTr. - Christopher. Bell, Samuel Cook, William McCarthy, dnd John Malony were severally fined in sums varying from 5/. to 10/., for being found in a state of drunkenness in the public strects. STEALING A SADDIE AND BfrDLu,.--Thomnas' WVright was chargrd with stealing a saddle and rlrillc' from the stable < necy, of .,iculago, innkeepei December inst. Chief constable T;, C. Ch having, fromn information It' hended the-acocused aboub t* Cooma, on the 5th inst., goin of the diggings; he (accused) bridle, and coat now produce was riding a bay mare with. Thomas Kennedy identified t] and ceat produced as being 1 which were stolen from his sti on the 2nd December; valu £5 10s. 'Prisoner committed for trii -HoasE-STEALINo.--The .si thewcharged with hiavindjt'I 2nd Deccember;"ther-di there, stolononemari and fial beloging to'Jonii Sizmpson, a carrier theii ii camp at Micalago. :' te`iiC evidence of ...

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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

COLLECTOR. From our own Correspondent. It is'my painful task to record the awful death of another victim of the monster intem perance. Andrew Dunn, an old man aged threescone years, was this day found dead in an outbuilding behind the Old Collector 'Inn. The body when discovered was lying a hori zontal position, the fdce dowvnward. All under the breast and, left arm the ground was satu rated with blood . which had flowed from an incised Wound across the left arm, opposite the elbow. The razor with whicih the despe rate deed was perpetrated, half-open. and covered with blood, lay close to the body, and the bottle I yes, the .ium bottle, drained of its contents, lay about two yards off. The de ceased (who had been in the service of Mrs. Poidevan, keeper and owner of the above inn,) was' grcatly addicted to drink, and would fre quently leave his employer's service and get on a drunken spree, which might last for days or even weeks... After these periods of dissi pation, he was subject ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

P TICE i. : -' THE BU RS B 13 oroby~ C,ýtutioin the PiA4Li y`. toga hstLXrceiving or iiegot~inting ftLo.Y Y' ~ deradrawit upon len, a. twiill- noui, be i ipoiln aible I'or tlbem, savoing, iveu no e ili to (11 -ow.,iiiroxa QuI tf' yntr.Jartho.ehrtretikl. i~:t 1'of. '~ l~l ~ a'nd t logo pnrticubwly' in want~o; c Ji l~udl o'; . Il o 1i ) irtS. BVLLOGV DRAYS TIMEDI CARTS $ L3O·hOK Drayg, I Sprint, Cart; a·rrows~·li· B_ ,irii eac :ieill news .iodt m *~h by *;tbjbes &.L~zerA..t to urdear~ tit ii 11] h 'tiilold on 'Sydney Opb~thahmlc Thstitutio n F of flee uiw :of Elm:D eas ~f the Wye. EODr. 'leriicastle: *~pp~y Lroin 9 to , -boDr. :Bni~incnath2, a linelwetro ot; tý' d fey, opposite the. 481gilotivi 9 (omltied EAT RATS RATS ,able, as~iLis read~iy eastenl, and proves nhiii04; imxinediwtely fatal. Sold by A. J.' WVA'TS &. CO, Georgei' street South, opposite the Poohuo Office. . A s: Wanted for the " GGolden. Age)" t{1h folowing. place.:- Applly by idhtfr-tot t}'ropriotor. FOR...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

:~hA1. (:Dl4l1~ ~· , S· LT u,ý: SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1861. TirE beginning of a new year,-;is an appiopriate season for reflection and re trospection. And for wise purposes man is endowed with these faculties to avery great extent. -'By the aid of memory he can recal his own 'doings and sayings frnmthe earliest days of childhood, and 'in.reflecting on the past may learn wise lessns firom his former failings, and be induced to resolve upon a better course for the future. Our readers will bear with us, and not judge of us as stepping beyond the line of our duty, in cordially inviting them thus to improve the first few days of the year of grace upon whichwe have just been suffered to en ter. ` We-know of no better method of realiingthe 'f liappy new yary which our nearest and dearest friends have over and ver again wishedus, Ethan by ru minating over the past and forming holy and virtuous resolves for the timne, to come. The best of us by so doing will dcver failinrgs enough to mouin ov...

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Metropolitan. Sydney, 1st January, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

cFrom our cW Correstponldenlt. Sydriey, 1st January, 1861. As in the physical so in the political world "a calm follows a storm," and rumour, with her thousand tongues, lately so occupied.with the sayings and doings of the various electo rate, seems to have betaken herself to rest prioCo the commencement of her labours on the assembling of the " faithful commons." The report circulated relative to the return of John Godfrey Cohen for the Bogan, turns out to be incorrect, and after all Lord appears-to` be "the man for Galway." J. G. C. must be content, for the present, to indulge in his flights of eloquence from the rostrum in the Bank Auction rooms. Mr. Francis Rusden has beaten the pedantic Dr. Jenkins for the Gwyder, and the latter will thus have leisure to frame a more suitable, or - more probably a more absurd, educational bill than that which he bored the late assembly and the public. The polling on the occasion was a disgrace to the electorate. Only 64: electors took the troub...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

COMMERCIAL STORES, MACQUOID STREET. J; J. WRIG HIT asmuch pleasure in announocing to the Inhabitants of` Queanbeyan and district that 4he has this day opened the above Stores, under the management of JlsI RiO '113C oz-~·cn-m-··: and to assure them that nothing ashal1 be wanting on the part of himself ort Mr. M'Leod to give statsfaction. Oonsists of the Latest NOVELTIE S in DRAPERY, r MILLINERY, &c: as well as a carefully selected assortment of GROCERIES; PROVISIONS IRONMONG ERY, SBOOTS & SHOES, &c and to meet the depression of the times, wi e a THE PRICES. will be at such a rate as to defy C1OMIPETITIO)N Queanb6eyan, December 22nd, 1860. SOPENING OF . .::: THE NEW BRAIDWOOD STORES, Next Door to Mr. ioyal's, Victoria Ini, QUEANBEYAN. ThE uadesiberste ahfndui fcto the Piiblicthat he has taken tlhse commodious premises as albo e, "whiciH e nr;ow. open with. a:* of Goods suited to the requireitents. of the District, all of whichli will O sold at mioderate p'rics ...

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ANOTHER FATAL DISASTER IN THE ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

ANOTHER FAiTAL DISASTER IN TFIE (From the Week) 'Thspatc:) We regret to hte agin to record a fatal disaster which happened ii tihe Tyrol the morning of tlie 31st of August last and by which thr R1ev WY*. G. W'atsoon, Chaplain of Grays Inni drd grandson o f the celebrated Bishop pf Llandaff,; met witlhil einiilir fate to that which so recent]l befel oiur three unfor 'tunate countrymen in crossing the ol du \Geait. At 2 oclock in the mnorning of ithe above m entioned day the unfoitn nate g ntleman, wvith his friend, Mr. Frederi IC H Cook, barrister, started from th A alets of the Mutterberrg Alp, at the heap of the Stubbayer Thral, t where -they had: pissed the, previous night for the piirrpose of crossing the glacie, pass, whic lenids thence to Sol den iio the Otz.i thnl TIey were accom panied!by Jakob Muller, a guide from liressbiccl inthile;Stuibbayer Thral, who had bee; highly ecoinmended to them fb) < fiti Lure' ot=L fi'L, thltt''italley ii he ¶villiage 'hey pioceeded ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

IMPOUNDINGS.: (From thIe' Governiment Gazette Dec 29oikJ At QUEANBEYAN, on - '-15th' day - of December, 1860, from Dirty, Swamp':-Brown horse, like SD, off slhoulder , ; with ille gible brand'on near shoulder, aged, 16 hands high; .damages, 2s. 4d.-Also, friom Dui-. troon; damages, 2s. 2d. each:--Grey. mare, GII off shoulder, MICover MC deoar shoulder, colt foal by her. side ; bay ,liorse, D near shoulder; chosnut colt, blaze in .fahee, and corners of fore feet white, like JW off slioul der; light roan mare, JD conjoined over II near shoulder, JD conjoined near jaw, both thooe brands are JD or Li) conjoined. If not rqeiiasep, willbe sold 24 days after publica tion., HI.. L.vE, PFnulkccper. AtCCOOMAon .thb 12th day of Decemlber, 1860, from Bolaro,:-.-Black horse, broken, ncar fore foot wlbite, like A with A sideways over and 2 over HS im)ernear shoulder, like JO off shoulder, likeA;.ncar. neck; grey mare, like P over 2, or 1 ovo a near shoulder, like td near hip, and foal unbrandied;...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

KIANDRA.. (From our own` Correspondent.j; N1 hope can yet be held out' to, the nu er. who. have been so long;,aniso. anuxiously waiting an invitation to come. and share in the golden harvest which false prophets' had delusively promised to. the struggling .masscs, should. ere now, be gathered in,; upon. this elevated region. Alas' the :hopes then flt- . fully elevated, now how depressed.!: Yet. those who are here digging,. arc, ,in;,the main. doing well; and will so continue. But the Snowy is not-though- it may become so-f' " poor man's digging,'" i.e., .a diggings where/ any man may, by. the simplest appliances, ob/. tain at least.a'living. Such a diggings is tl1 great desideratum of Australia. TVe did not pass our Christmas without re viving recollections of olden times; Oh,.dea no! T.he greasy pole was climbed,. mn;, jumped in sacks; the fleetness of foot.of;,sta4, wart diggers was tried in pedestriap coutest; skittles were on the ground: the three sticks a penny, the dip int the...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

o- - QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. SGOLDEN AGE" Office, Januarys 5. WuIEAT.-6s. to Os. Od. per bushel.,;.: FLovn.-Fine, £82 per ton; seconds £30. ...BREAD.-8d. to Od. BnNx.1s. Gd., to Os. 0d. pei bushel. M1ilZE -4s. Od. to Bs? Odd pr bushel -BARLEY.-4s. 0. to 4s. OGd.'. OATS.-GOs. Gd. per bushel. HAY.- -5to £G. ;per ton..: BUTTER.- 10d. to is. li)1 Ib CHEESE--Gd. to 7d per lb BAcoN.-Gd. to, 8d. per 1:. Eaas.-is. Ga. to is. 9d., per dozen. POTATOES.--old, unsalcable. Nc1dv . dto 2I P 1 PAT CATTLE.-- £510s. to £7 10s iperC head 1CALV~E --£1 s15s per head SHEEr P.-1Bs to 20s 1'ci;head Pias.-Gd. per lb,. TALcLOW.-3s per ton, for good up cs. HIDES.--5si G.d. to d.O each..,' SHEEPSKINS.-4 1.to Gd .perI lb,.":: CARRIACE PER t.2N.--Sydney to Qhennbeyan, £9 to £1Q; Queanbeyan to Cobiia; £5 to £5- 10s . Q1ueaubeyan to East or WYst 1)eili soi : (Rpssell'8),. £9 to £10; Quvoanbyan to Kae idra, £14 to £16. QT O'RATIONS AT :THE MILLS. .FIVE FLOU .. SECoNDs .. .... ++ ' BRAN .:t.ri1to....::...

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MICALAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 January 1861

MICALAGO., Prom a Correspondent. RAoEs.-The races came off on the 26 Dec. over the Caledonian Race Course. The day was -really fine, such as the lovers of sport would desire, and passed off as agreeably as could be expeoted on such an occasion. With the exception of a little blarney, which is usgally the case, there was not a blow struck, nor thebo colour of claret seen during the day. There is great credit due to the .mounted troopers and foot police for their attendance, but their services were not required, which speaks well for the inhabitants of Micalago, and those who came from a distance to witness the sport. At Twelve o'clock, the bell was rung, for the first race, for a horse valued at £6810, for which three horses started: 1Mr. R. Cameron' 'c. g. O'Malley ...... 1 Mr J:`.Muir's b.g. Stranger, ............2 ; Mr. T. Raworth's b~g. Bausk .......... 8 - The seconit.heeat:was in; the eamp positloq. h The second race, for a saddle valued £7, or o which three horses were entered...

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