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THURSDAY. (Before [?]ate, Henry Hall, W. P. [?] ham, and W. Davis, [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

r te, ITenrY TIalZ4J. ... d, .iandi~g ld, ?i? . SeIs, donvicted on was brought up un .", ig no lawfal or visi Se prisoner had been a..:rgeo owing to some -ind in his pockets S ,, - ,3 ; + ,} , to be in is writing, . .. detrmination -of , . nd standing the fire . ;.. :;- ;previously done on °ug f. .om prisoner's was about the last . O;d..asthe documenits .:be' in the' prisoners . ,hismissed him with a 'or a libreach of the . ppearanc'. on either s n , led guilty t6 havings no, ath.Duntioon,l.Kon . The a sauolt; aset - : , appears to' have :;. +, ,:d by reason of which .c.:1c ?1i down, beaten .. t the head, face,land S.. for the space of ten .ement as to time was S.. said that the whole . in two minutes, and .snth ulwas committed ..,,,,- tggravation, he b'ing t.; ho is superintendent r ,:i. at Tuntrool,,locking . ,,, ,?,,t he defendant liad ,.,,{ ., , " . ý: aiis preventing him ,: ,, ; " Lren to chapel. The ,.,;y ,:,,, :""t this was no justifi ~.,, -,:; :: - unmerciful assault, • + I+...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received several anonymous letters, but it must   be distinctly understood that henceforth no notice will be     taken of such communications, whatever may be their import.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

SATURDAY,' SEPTEMBERl 22, 1860. nE most iriicrtant' feature' bfiniterest in &the items of English ron y thelast mail, is Lord PALMI1RSTON'S; speech on the national defences. It dis-   closes 'astate`of things relative`to' the for; hat ingland is not a military nation, ind that.;tthe smallness of, her., armed I arcas?i and contempt of thde gireat cona ~uentl 'owers, hs ( until lately )rbeen factn.tr which we were ;well,= aware.; ut'thlit the v:lue of her coast defences .had . been materially; weal'~ened by; general adiptatxon of steam for naval purposes, that the assumed ipre na bility' of& her fortresses was only a fic tionii;: id that strengthli: ,f 'helir rnsula position no longer a reality3-were facts; fi ~vi the least of British subjects Ssa itprepared. To these facts Loird SPA:RaSTON. n.aspeech i ,the ;House Sof Coimonsb on:tlide-23rd' of June, his now icalledl attention.- ver thejealous, andi: iglant iuardiani: of England's hon our he; plinly skhev...

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

THE GOLDEN. BOOT, NEXT DOOR TO "THE GOLDEN AGE" PRINTING - OFFICE, - MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. J"AME B " S. $ a 0EB I LD ' BEGSeito :inforn the inhabitants of the District that he is at all times: prepared t furinish equal to any house in the Colony, and in every ariety of style. A good fit and. moderate price, for either NAPOLEONS, .WELLINGT NS, COSSACKS, or any other description of boot or shoe. . J. S. particularly calls the attenti of Ladies to his neat woikmanship. S. EP A.IR 8 PRO rD P T YS:ATTE T D EM T O_;;. JOHN N. WOODMAN, ODDFELLOW'S ARMS, ;MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN, MR. MORTON, Surgeon, = IS to be, consulted daily from Tei :to Twelve, n .m,, at the.Surgery,: SCRAWFORD. STREET, QUEANBEIYA- D. R. T. BEALES, Surgeon, &c., GUNDAROO. :,. A. . reesto.e, CONVEYANCER AND PROCTOR, QUEAoNBEYAN. . ot s , ?' " A LA.GO :'`-"AER" Crawford Street, QUEANBEYAN. Stations and Storekeepers supplied ona liberal terms. tr WILLIAM 'LEE, auint 4'nit iQi1t'L °n, I CRAWFORD STREET, r QUE...

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

Oirontintc at ?nntI?igcn , n . QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALEA PRI, S'? S'rIEAT.-18,. per bushel. 'J / FLown.-Fine, £45 per ton; seconds £43. BetEAD.-- 4e"1o 1 BRAN.--s. ., t per b ushl. MAIZE.-Gs. per uhel ; scarce. OaTs.-8s. -d. per bushel. HAv.-£8 per ton. .IUoTTER.-1ls. (d. per lb. C?(IEESE.--- , to 10d. per lb: BAcoN.-7d. per lb. .. Eaas.--ls. Gd. to 1s. . pe SPOTATOES.- to £ per torn ,?, :' FAT CATTLE.--£5 10s. to £7 l0s'.per heiad CALVES.--£1 15s. per heiad.:: - .". SITEEP.-16s. to 20s. per hea .d. PIas.-Gd. per lb. :TALLOW.-- 8s. per ton, for good samples: ' HIDES.- S. to 7s. each. SIIuEEPSKISri.--43 d. to Gd. per lb. : tCAnnuIAGE I'ER TON.-Sydney to Qucainibeoyan, .£17 to £18; Queanboyan to Coomna', £0 to,;' .::£7; Queanbeyan to East or West:Deni son (Russell's), £14 to £15; Qucaniboy Sto Kiandra, £22 to £24. is Queanbeyan, Sept. 14th:l . S-QUOTATIONS 'AT THE MILLS FIN FLOURn . 4. ton SECONDS.............. $BuANw ........ ..... l . ts bubhel G?UNDING .... .. ;: 1. d.; Bshl OOULBUXN M...

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TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

TWOFOLD BAY. The sudden progress of this township, stim- ulated by the influx of diggers to Kiandra, is strikngly attested by the fact that at a late   sittirg of the police court six applications for licenses for public-houses were laid before the bench ; and such would appear to be the ur- gent necessity for accommodation, that licen- ses were granted in every case, though some of the houses are still in an unfinished state. If Kiandra continues to be as attractive as it has hitherto proved, we shall have Eden no longer a scene of quiet beauty befitting its name, but a bustling sea-port,. the centre of a great traffic to the gold regions of the alps, and anything but a paradise for persons or peers.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

DIED. On Wednesday, the 12th inst., at Burwood, Parramatta- road, Samuel John, second son of George Rowley, aged 19 years.  

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

mmercial BankingCompany of Sydney. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. TT ishereby notified that this BRANCH, .: .-has been established, for the transaction of all usual Banking business. Interest is allowed on Fixed Deposits as follows, viz : Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal 3 11 cent fP annum. Ditto to six ditto......... 4 ,, ,, Ditto to twelve ditto..... 5 ,, ,, Sý- :Drafts are issued on the Head Office, (Syd- , and on the Branches of the Bank at G'oulbuirn, Yass, Morpeth, Albury, Wollaon-. gong; Maitland, Kiama, Shoalhaven, Mary. borough, Choina and Eden. '?2'Also, upon .Th Bank of Victoria, Melbourne; and upon IGreat Britain and Ireland. TY. SCRIVENOR, Manageri:'R GOULBURN STORES QUEANBEYAN. ABRAHAM LEVY-f: E-L· to inform the inhabitants of B this, and the surrounding" disEricts, 4-?that-. b:m hi,: mode great ndditions,.to: ,is` ': EXTENSIVE STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -and he is now prepared to supply WHOILE .SALF customers, with the following, goods in '. any quantity, at the v...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEYAN. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS, QUEANBEIYAN. Arrivals. SA,6U?DAY--From Lanyon, at 8 a.m. From Sydney, Goulburn, Gundaroo, and Gininderra, at 6"30 p.m. -'SUNDAY-From Sydney, Goulburn, and Bungendore, at .MON DAY-rom Kiandra, Cooma, and Micalago, at 7 n.ln. TUESDAY-- rom Sydney, Goulburn, and Bungcndore, at 2 p.m. WEDvESDAY-From Kiandra, Cooma. and Micalngo, at 7 u.m. From Lanyon, at 8 a.m. From Sydney, Goulhurn, Gundaroo, and Gininderra, at 6"30. p.m. TIIURSDAY-From Sydney, Goulburn, and Bungendore, at 2 p.m. FRIDAY-Nil. Departures. SATURDAY--For Bangendore, Goulburn, and Sydneyat: 9"15 a.m. SUNDY-F-or Gininderra, Gundaroo, Goulburn, and Syd ney, at 6 a.m. For Micalago, Cooma, and Kiandra at 31.m. For Lanyon, at 3 p.m. , MO 10Nl)AY]or Blungendore, Goulburn, and Sydney, at S16.' arm, 'TUESDAY-Nil. WEDNESDAY-For Bungcndore, Goulburn and Sydney, at 9.15 a.m. TITURSDAY-For Gininderra;:Gundaroo, Goulburn, and S .Sney, at 6 an.m. For Midnlago, Cooma and Kiandra, at 3 p.m. For Lanynu, at 3 p.m. . FR1D...

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MICALAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

M iCALAGO. * (From our own Correspondent.) SMe?aLtao RAoES.--Sturday last .Avas a: great day for Micalago. A few enterprising: individuals having determined to get up some races, to vary the monotony of an every day life, they were entered into with great spirit the weather was beautifully fine, and about 12 o'elock crowds might be seen flocking towards the race-course, which was in first-rate order. A large. proportion of tle fair sex mustered on the course, which certhbly added much to -the hilarity of the scene. " First -Race--for a srIendid Silver Watch, valued at £5, come off precisely at 1 o'clock, .and after a hard contest tbl prize was carried off by Mr. Thomas Raoorth's horse Brisk. X~leven horses started fr" this event. , Second race.-Thisrace which was also for Silver Watch, valce £3, and for which seven ?horses started, w5s won by Mr. J. Muir's horse Richard th' Third. Third race.--A hurry-scurry for £4. Six horses started/Olr this race, which was won by Mr. ThomasRoach'...

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KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

KIANDRA. The escort= from Kiandra arrived hero In due courso last Monday, and we are glad to notice that there is an increase of nearly 50 per cent. on the previous week's returns. ozs. wltu. grs. Kiandra - - 1278 13 0 Coona - - 166 6 12 Total - 1444 19 12 As noticed in our last, the weather on the gold-fields has been very unpropitious, and greatly impeded all mining operations. Thun der, lightning, and hail have increased the violence of the storms which have been very frequent. Some of the hail-stones were more than an inch in diameter, but no great amount of damage seems to have been done. The melancholy intelligence of the deaths of four men killed by the lightning is but too truly confirmed, their names were John Pateman, Donald Mackinnon, Daniel Williams, and William Long. From the evidence adduced at the inquest, it appears that the deceased with others, whilst approaching the Four-mile diggings, took refluge from the violence of the storm under a large tree, where they had ...

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TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SYDNEY, QUEANBEYAN, AND THE GOLD FIELDS OF KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

TELEGRAPIHICi COMMUNICATIONiBE TWEEN SYDNEY, QUEANBEYAN, AND TIHE GOLD! FIELDS OF KIAN PURSUANT to advertisement, a public meeting was held at the court house, on Thursday last, at three o'clock, in order to take 'the initiatory steps °for obtainiug an.extensidon'of telegraphic communication from' Sydney?to'l Klandra via Queaunbeyan.. :, One o'clock was the times.istated in the advertisement 'for the holbding of the meeting, and by that ".time a liinumber?.of town and country :residents were.present i? o, in con sequence of the police iusiness ; not admitting of the meeting being held, until a. liateri hour thali the tilne specified, became." wdaried . of, wvaitinigand iwent away " iAt three o'clock, C .E. NEwcois N, Esq., Police Magistrate, on the motionii of A. 'Moir Tro, Esq., seconded by' W F? HtFx:ý v t,'- E sq.; tools the chair. SThe 'procedings tlen:: commenced;, by the Sn_ m-uL-inr.1ICRNi'CiitJlts, lteeai tnJni Gt .at the same time observing 'that the object for which they l...

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

(From our own Correspondent.)   The Roads are now drying out a little, but Ibelieve Lake George is very soft yet. If     nothing is not soon done to our roads they   will be literally impassable, for the late rains   have washed frightful holes in many places. Our bridge is now all but impassable. On one side of it is a large hole, and on the other a complete bog. How drays now manage to cross I cannot conceive, for it is at the present time in a fearful condition. THE MAIL from Goulburn has the last few times been very far behind time. However the mailman has a good excuse, for if the go- vernment will not put the roads in travelling condition they cannot expect their contracts to be carried out efficiently. OUR CONSTABLES.--- I hear that our district constables is about to leave us. No doubt it will cause a deal of regret for it will be a long time before we get such another in point of efficiency. THE WEATHER cleare...

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Queanbeyan Police Court. (Before the Police M[?] and [?]) MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

(_' forc the 1 ola'cie .- ,, ... ; a" r-" - ." .?.'. %Patrick Thiornton,, wioet torsrf7sr- untei lo(4: ing individual, was fine ,I r.l?l or '.", r hours iii the cells,;: r bi g* ' dir ,i7 "'' i l ro di -. orderly in the streets. Patrick Maloney, f 1r 'i.:; d.runl:, wavsf Iis:ico five shillingrs. SO.lscEa?N LANGUAe \.---.,' :!dry),o u. .'71,': ,"pl:ti-. telrer, was, foi the )ote ,)fi 'ce. f ?,e,.l tt shillings, and in defart of c. paym -nt'r :'nui::id so twenty-fours' impi r~om nn. 'Thomns TWalker,n a1 h. .,.c:, iiinglih .:" M r ..'Lloyd's, in C '.. ",r. ,.. t. J:s <har,;., 'with being drunk ari . a uirtr ., outside Byrne's I-Iott' i =:i drr o ;.. ,day the 15th instant, i pi" guilty, and.was defl:- ,' ,. r F .I" -' -e: ,,. Peter Keogh, aconst, .. ? .?; a? ,': day night; about 11 i k o ing at. Mr. Byrile's d:, l,,; Ij,,: ?, Ih went up and lfoundWr V.:;:: ,,... ,. door, and demandin .,. . a female in the ho',. ,,' t_. . drunk ; could:tell h lignor, I.smelt it oi ': , cross-e...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

SYDNEY . .. (From our own Correspondent.) PorITICIALLY the metropolis is flat as ditch water. -The Champion and Spring ' meetings gat Randwick=have drawn to town a fcw of tho. countjr members, but nothing has yet? oozed out of the tactics, to be pursued, during the ensuing session, by either the occupants of the Treasury or Opposition benclies. 'Tie Minister of Works °has sifficiently recovered from his late accident tohbe enabled to att?nd %u-if siness, but Iiis altered" pp illariaircnci cates the'severe' shock he. sustairied. The indefatigable Colonial Secretary, Premier. de facto though not do ~zre, ] keeps office hours: with the regularity of .a government employe ooking, for promot' ,:' froml ?ie :head of" his epartment.". Your ho :'.ý : e ..member', is' ulticating at Brush fai';' a thelParranmatta iver. IHe is rarely to, b: ce.' in it streets f: Sydney, and seldom puts in an appearance t his club-the Unioni. Responsible Govern ment has not 3yet sufficientlydeveloper?'i class o...

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Original Poetry. THE PAST. A BIRTHDAY RETROSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

T3;E PArkt. TheI"' Pat" is pi :· -Ii s-- otl silenceC taking Alike the suiyv urud tboe rainy dly ; Ont it litvyeltar of the fend ht'ain bre;king oull nmny enl Ilc, leuiilt on feet of clay. The "Pat" is Tait-With n?:my a h?,ltless morrow, Its error., aunr its go-or worka live \s eth God; Each dispcnuation ,'ier--,f joy, and sorrowr,- - 'hled '10wcrs lt, detd .loog the path we trod.c The ".Pa.t";' is l;"at.-t- er ra stil rottion Thztr?tz ir.g u '?a Ir lening as it tr,;:reIled by, SEncll hope, thtt b,,::l.ns aith glad retticilhition, ,L:,i, vivid ps -ion, antd eCiCl tn?der tie. The "Pauct" : t'a ttA;;:t-- Id our young oclvcs departed uT.?,?m?- li:.tuihir .Idrl of thelo lioit years: Its lLessc'n leave on salde:r, aeoenge-i r hearted, Mre t lo r ow to love. Icts pIxlieag ' of "'ars. " The "Puai "' j? ,at.--And knowsl'c de mtught suspicion To dbi, th !e' dirit wiit t iindl c -it .slime; 'lrtr mtisy a haze arl dark thi:ng find dmission Amid the wisido leasnt frat Ii; ' :nd Time. T?o "riane...

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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.] BREAD. (To the Editor of the Golden Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 September 1860

[It must be distinctly understood that by giving publicity to   our Correspondents' communications we do not neces- arily 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,--As you naturally feel interested in the prosperity of this town, I beg to state a fact which I think should be made public--namely, that there seems to be a combina- tion amongst the bakers of Queanbeyan to take advantage     of strangers passing through it in charging them a much higher price for bread.   Bread we know is the staff of life; and many of the poor fellows going to and from Kiandra are nearly penniless. To take advantage of such in any shape, but especial...

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Latest from the Kiandra Gold Fields. A Twenty-pound Nugget found at New-chum Hole. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

Lates om the Kii_, Aa Gold Fields. A Twenty-pound Nugget found at New-chum Ho}' A party on whose authority we have reason to rely, and who left ianidra on Sunday last, reports the finding of a large nugget of pure gold at the above ph ce. I appearssthat three ncw shafts had l eon opened at the above hill; the first shaft at a deplh .of 40 feet yielded 3 ozs.; the second blank; and the third 201b. nugget previously ,I1ided to. Numbers of parties have in con eu enuce of this find, registered claims near to, the spot, and which until the weather becomnes thiour able they are most assiduous in sheph ordiug. Mr. Benjamin who hasalsojust arilved in the town, reports very favorably of thi quartz reef at the nine-mile rush. Quartz havinrq been dug fip containing large veiwi iof grild throughout and-in more than payable quhaiti ties.

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NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

NIMITYBELLE. (From our own Correspondent.) SEVERAL meetings have been held here, for the purpose of opening a road from Eden and Mer rimbula to Kiandra via Kawarulca, Benbulka and over the Nimitybello mountain through this township--and judging from the promised support, it is highly probable, that a bridle tract will be formed in a short time, in which case, the route from the sea coast to the Snowy, will be fully 20 miles less than by any other. Parties leaving Eden, will find a good road from that port lo Panbula and from thence to Kanarukl, a good hard road and the pass over the Nimitybelle mountain less tedious than that by the present route; taken in a general way, however, the opening of a road such as this is represented as expected to be will afford ninny advantages to this township, and to the port of Eden and Trooper Bay, which I shall not descant upon just now, lest. it might be gratis ante.laus-tnultr, agendo niht agens. The government: have been memorialized several ti...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

GOULBURN. (From our own Correspondent.) PRoPOSED CATHEDRAL CnrUcn.--The mnem bers of the Church of England met this, after noon to reconsider the plans sent in for the proposed structure.. This meeting has done much towards healing the differences amongst the members of this body. Five of the plans were selected to be submitted to the Bishop whose decision in connection with that of Mr. Blacket is to be final. The meeting Was a very unanimous one.

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