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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

CAUTION. JA l Persons are heireby advisdct Snot to give Credit to any person on account of theostate of the late John Noonan, or to pay any money due to the Estate to any person without the ,sanctionof the under u THOMAS NOONAN, Queanboyan,. '` , ,- rAdministrator, Jan. 26th, 1861. SHO1RCEEOPATH Y. Ever?y Macan : is o'n Doctoi.: n all' ordiinary cascs Dr.Moore' on his next' visit avill'' have for sale Domestic Medical Works, with MEDICINE CASES to suit, so easy are they' to ' be understood 'that any one with allittle education can cure: Fevers, Inflama-. tions, Colds, Dysenteries, &c., and in fact any Disease when takeni in its first stage is ,easily cured, and the patient's liealth.restorcd: with. out either blisteriug, bleeding, or the like.' DR. MOORE will visit as follows': GUNDAROO-February 5th, at Mr. Edgar's. -QUEANBEYAN-Feb. 6th, at ?iis. Breen's. BUNGENDORE-P.cb. 7tli, at MIr. Carroll's. Attendance each day from 10 till:2..': V. - MOORE. :QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY."' I T/1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

THE PORTRAIT. " ,Eyes, nose, p, ' The trick of his frown, his forehead: nay, the valley, The prett fdiamples of chin and cheeki his smiilej..? The very mould and frame of hand, nail, finger;- Would you not decm it breath'd P and that those veins Did verily bear blood......: The very life seems warm upon'her lip.: The fixture of her eye hbth motion in't."SHAKxsPEzA PORTRAITS TAKEN DAILY, AT THE 'GOLDEN AGE' OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, By Mr. F. P. GALE, Open from Nine till dusk. 80NG OF A MAIL COACH HORSE. -0:0 W ITrT whips, oatlhs, and goads, and thundering; loads, I am- whacked, worked, and cursed on the 'Great, Southern Roads; Though from Roberts' Stud, with breed, bone, and blood, I've to drag all my days, through an ocean of mud. Not a joint of me's sound, I'm as thin as a hound, I can scarce lift my poor crippled feet from the ground d; My withers are sore,nmy shoulders are raw, And my back bones asjagged as a crocodile's jaw. 'Tis a murdering shame, good horses to main, Faith I wish I...

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THE GREAT FIRE AT BALLARAT. THE Ballarat Star of January 11th says:— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

THE GREAT FIRE AT BALLARAT. THE Ballarat Star of January 11th says :-- Altogether, very nearly 60 houses have been levelled with the ground, many of which were large stores, extensively fitted up, and crammed with goods. At the time we write, very nearly a quarter of a mile of one side of the Main-road is a heap of smoking ruins, whilst the centre of the street is strewed with all kinds of broken articles. We cannot form at present any idea of the damage done; but the fire has been the most destructive of any on Ballarat, and perhaps in the colony. There was for some time a great deal of con- fusion, and the force on the ground was not well applied; but the catastrophe was so sudden, and at so late an hour, that it is not surprising that so much disorder existed. Mr. superintendent Kirk and a large number of police were present; but up to 3 o'clock this morning we heard of no arrests been made.         The Times says :-- "We hear t...

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Local Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

- QUEANBEYY N POLICE COURT. DRUNK?RDS' LIsT.-(6) Thomas Fitzpat rick was on Saturday last convicted of drun kenness, and;fined 5/. (7) The same indivi dual was orin Tuesday again convicted of a. similar offence,' and fined. 10/., or' 12 hours in the cells.' Tunnsnary. (Before the Police Magistrate, and IV. F. .., . ayley, Esq.) . BREAcn OF. PUBLICANS' AcT.-Joseph Edgar,- landlordr of the Travellers' Home, Gundaroo, was chliarged by the Chief-consta ble withl having, contrary to the law, sold certain spirituous liquors to one Freeman, he not being at the time a traveller or resident in defendant's house. Mr. Freestone ap peared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. The Chief-constable applied for a postpone ment of the case, on the ground that his prin cipal witness for the prosecution (Freeman) was not present.. He had been duly served with a summons, arid had positively refutsed to appear; he (the 'chief-constable) therefore ripplied for a w,arrant to enforce his appear ance on th...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

GOULBURN. '(From our own. Correspondent.) Since my last we have had, a heavy fall of rain-the creeks rose, considerably, a sort of minor flood; and on Monday evening between' five and six, a heavy storm of wind and rain from the north-west. I have not heard of any serious damage having been dohe by it. The orchards I believe paid the heaviest tri bute--casting many a pippin at its feet. Be yond this there is nothing stirring-people walk about to see one another moving. By the way one more candidate for municipal honours has been moved to present himself for election; even matters of this kind' partake of the, general languor.. But why this de piessA6h ?" Simply, trade has .been pushed beyond.its legitimate bounds; there has not been a producing class. sufficiently large to support the numbers pressing into it; the greed after gain and ease inherent in human nature has developed itself to its own loss; and I think it will be ssome time before they become healthily e4ualized, A payabl...

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THE GREAT STORM AND FLOOD. LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

THE GREAT STORM AND FLOOD.   LOSS OF LIFE. Although in our last week's issue we ven- tured an opinion that, notwithstanding the heavy storm which fell upon the town and district on the previous Thursday, the weather seemed inclined to return to its seasonableness, and thereby aflford our agricultural friends the chance of safely housing the produce of their fields, our liability to err on this, as all other subjects, was unmistakeably proved ; for while we were at press the clouds once more gave promise of approaching rain, which fell abun dantly during the night, and was succeeded by moderate showers on the Saturday morn ing. The heat of the day was oppressive; and about noonthere appeared in a southwes terly direction strong indications of a storm, accompanied by distant thunder. As the day declined the sky grew blacker and ultimately the summit of Jerrabomberra mountain be came enveloped in a dense cloud, whose frowns were only rendered the more terrible by the repea...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

GUNDAROO.   (From our own Correspondent.) For some few days back the weather had been very hostile; to harvesting operations which are the order of the day. From present appearances I judge it has at last cleared off, so there is hope yet that the settlers, may be enabled to get in their crops without further destruction. Some of the small settlers have sustained great losses, through the heavy rains and high floods that have visited us. The destruction to the crops has been im- mense. Since Sunday last the banks of the river have been entirely strewn with wheat and barley sheaves : large quantities of them lying at every bend of the river. I cannot give you an estimate of the loss. A settler 10 miles down the river saved from the flood 150 sheaves. In all probability much was never recovered. The flood we have just had is the largest one I have seen for the last six years, indeed I think it was nearly if not quite as high as at the time of the fatal flood at Gundagai. ...

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LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

LAMBING FLAT. (From a Corrcespondent.)   HAVIING arrived on these diggings I can now give you a true report from my own observa tion, or the state of things existing here. I came here on the 3rd inst., and visited the Lambing Flat, Paddy's Gully, and the Spring Creek. On the 7th I started to a new rush about 15 miles from Murrumburrah. There were about 200 men on the spot but nearly all have left. There were two parties doing well. My mate and myself with five old diggers put a drive into a hill from a dry creek. I washed the best prospect: but on the second day it fell to nothing. The rush is therefore a failure. Great numbers are coming from Kiandra, Wagunyah, Major's Creek, Braid wood, and Crackenback. The large amounts of gold going from here are drawing miners from all parts. The result will be the open ing up of about 100 miles around as good winter diggings. At present these diggings extend only about 15 miles. The worst fea- ture of this part of the country is, ...

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THE MAILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--The irregularity of our mails is becoming so much a matter of daily occurrence, that unless   some notice is taken of it, we shall soon have no mails at all. Some time in October last a letter appeared in the "Goulburn Herald" touching on   this same subject, and it was immediately answered by Messrs. Moran and O'Neill, the contractors,   denying the truth of that letter, and attributing malicious motives to the writer. Now during the last week,--the week preceding the late thunder- storms,--the mails were hardly once in at their time. Although I mention the mails generally, I allude particularly to the Cooma mail. But who can wonder at its irregularity when they see the kind of horses used in the postal service? I say "horses,"--but the service is more frequently per- formed by a single horse,--apparently an old   worn-out, or at least incompetent, animal, put into a vehicle more like a broke...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our Correspondents, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] THE QUEANBEYAN HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our Correspondents, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] THE QUEANBEYAN HOSPITAL.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--Your issue of the 12th instant,   contains a letter signed R. D., respecting the New Hospital building, which certainly to both the Treasurer and members of Com- mittee is anything but complimentary. The   writer evidently felt a desire to hit whom he could connect with the society, but like the man with the shadow, has missed the object and struck the wall. This worthy, Mr. Edi- tor, was not content with finding fault with the management of our Hospital in a gene- ral way, but he must also attack the build- ing committee for the style of structure they thought proper to erect. He states that the building is not only mean in appearance, but notoriously ill-adapted to the use of such an institution. From the Committee he proceeds to the Trea...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 January 1861

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--In your paper of the 12th inst., appears a letter, the writer of which, under the pretext of commenting on the various public buildings in Queanbeyan, has made a most despicable and shameful attack on the Treasurer of the Quean- beyan Hospital. After commencing with a small attempt at logic, he for a while dallies with the Church, and plays with the Court-house; winding up with a very elaborate anecdote, which he no doubt con- siders exceedingly interesting and pertinent; but   the whole is such a flimsy guise to the writer's real object, that the true motive becomes trans- parent to every one. He evidently knows nothing about the subject on which he writes, as to what has been done, or what is doing with regard to the Hospital, but makes it a cover to vent his spleen, or gratify some personal feeling of malice or resentment. The mean and contemptible manner in which he has chosen to put forth his hints and innuendoes, will, I feel...

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

QUEANBEYAN. WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, February 2. 'WHEAT.-5s. to 5s. Gd. per bushel. Fioun.-Fine, £27 per ton; seconds £25. BREAD.-8d. tO Od. BnAu.-1s. ,d., to Os. Od. per bushel. MAIZE.-4s. Od.. to 5s. Od. per bushel BARLEY:-4s. 0. to'4s. Gd. OATs.-5s. to 5s. 6d. per bushel. HAY.-£4 to £5 per.ton. BuiTTEn.-10d. to s.: per lb. CHEESE.-Gd. to 701. per lb. BACoN.-6d. to, .8d. per lb. Eoas.-ls. Gd. to is. 9d. per dozen. POTAToES.-old, unsaleable. New lid. to 2d.p.1 PAT CATTLE.- £5 los. to £7.10s. per head. CALvEs.-£1 i 5s. per head. SIEEP.--1Gs. to 20s. per head. Pxas.-6d. per lb. TiLLo*.-80s. per ton, for good, samples IHIDEs.-4s..0d. to s5. each. SHEEPSKINS.-.4jd. to Gd, per lb. CARRIAGE PER TON.- - Sydney to: Queanbeyan,,£7 to £8 10xs .Queanbeyan to Coomet, £4 10s. to £5. Queanbeyan to East 'or West Denison, (Ruissell's), £9 toj£10. Qucanbeyan to Kiandra, £14 to £10. QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR.... £2. - 7 D ton. SECONDS........... -£25 ,, - BRAN ..........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

The GOLDEN AGE, QUEANDEYAN AND MONARO DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. IS PUBLISHED every SATURDAY morning, at the Office, Monard-street, Quennbeyan, and for warded by that day's Mails to all parts of the Colony. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, 5s. 6d.; on Credit, 6s. 6d .per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance, £1. Single copies, 6d. The Quarters terminate on the 31st December, 31st March, 30th June, and 30th September, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current Quarter. New Subscribers can be received at any time, and charged fiona the date of their commencemaet.. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: 5. d. Two lines or less of space (Single Column).................................. 1 0 Four lines.................. 2 0 Six lines ....................................... 2 6 Eight lines, or one~inch .....0.... ; i Every additional inch, ls. Gd. each insertion,- No Advertisement will be bookedfor less than 3s. On advertisements continued for...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

GOULBURN. (From our 'own Correspondent) On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, we had the weather extremely hot: and close; last evening a thunder storm; this morning a hea' vier one. This evening it appears to have reached its climax,-one very vivid flash of lightning, which. seemed to disintegrate and for a, moment to suffuse everything with sparks, was so close, that while its brightness was bursting upon our sight, a terrific crash startled' our ears, as if bursting about our hleads, and making the stoutest. heart to quail at its fearful 'and unmanageable fury. Two *individuals, I understand, were knocked down and stunned: 'one, a man in-'Jones' public house, near the bridge, at the north end of the towni, lay for nbarly two hours after the shock before he became restored; the other, ,a young girl who appears not to have suffered beyond 'a temporary shock and fall. Whether we have done with it for the present, or not,. I 'cannot. say. The sky continues clouded, but the' clouds, are con...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

IMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, Tanuary 22nd.) At COLLECTOR, on the 15th-day of January, 1861, from the Estate of T. A. Murray, Esq.,` Lake George; damages 3s. per head --Flea-bitten grey mare, EJ (the J reversed) near shoulder, aged, 14 hands high; bay foal at foot, 2 months old, unbranded; black mare, JS off shoul der, black pojits, 3 years old, 14 hands high; bay foal at foot, nuabraunded, 2 months old; bay horse, JT off neck, 6 off shoulder, black points, star, aged, 15 hands high; iron grey lilly, blaze, black points, RN near shoulder, 3 years old, )4 hands high; dark iron grey filly, near hind foot white, 18 months old, legible brand, 12 hands high; bay lilly, stari black points, RN near shoulder, 3 years old, 14 hands high. If not released in twenty-four days fron date of publication, will be sold. S. CaowTrEa, PeOndkcpcr, Our, Advertising Friends and Subscribers who are indebted to our Establishment will please bear in mind, that their accounts. for the past Quart...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. TO ALT WHOM IT MAY cONcERuN.-It hits been with great reluetnnce that we have published any of the cor respondence that has appeared in our columns having reference to the Queunbeyau Ilospital; and that which appears in our present issue only does so, because we feel tlint it w ould be unjust to the writers of the same not to be permitted to "have their say " in reply to what hias already appeared. Other coimunications beside inuse appearing have been received by is this week, but we have refused to insert them, believing that the report of the proceedings mad financial condition of this Instil utioi, is given by us to day, supereedes the naees ity of their appearanme, its well as furnishes the infor nmtion sought by the writers. We trust that neither oirsraies nor the public will be troubled with any fur they correspondence on the subject. FHANis's Cousti.-The suhject on which you write will be better dropped in silence. There is no law in this colony fur the supp...

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European Extracts. THE COMING CONFLICT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

THE COMING CONFLICT.. Tin'', great powers of Europe are evidently preparing fora gene ral conflict. Russia at Warsawr, has arranged the terms widi ,Austria ancl Prussia, and the smaller German potentates will join thle new crusade. It will be Fraice and the Italians against the despots of Nothern and Cen t~ra1 Europe. Everything indi cates the approaching convulsion. Austria;, having most at stake, is foremost in her. arrangements to strike the blow. She is 'converg ing her troops on the Po and :finPcib -'ready to make a dash on Turin. the moment the tocsin is sounded. France is arming to Athe ,teeth, and prepared to march half a million of men to the support of Italian nationality, as represented by King Victor Emanuel.. It is the principle of hereditary rule against the elec tive principle of the, people. In this stakei progress on the one hand,' and retrogi'ession on the other, will be brought to the test. But the issue can be hardly doubtfuil. Austria, paralysed and bankrupt, is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

.l 'theSiOSzwpe-me.> £urt~ of - New Bouth leWales; . Ecclesiastical 'IJrisdiction. In the Will of WILLIAMI MOORE, late of Creekboro, deceased. ' OTICE is hereby Given;, that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof in the Go vernment Gazette, Thomas Smith, of Crcekboro, William Foxton Hayley and Abraham Levy, of Queanbeyan, the Executors named in and. appointed by the Will of the above-named deceased, intend to apply to the Supreme Court of New South Wales, that Probate of *the said Will be granted to them. - Dated this Thirtieth day of January, A.D. 1861. ANTHONY S. FREESTONE Proctor for the Executors, a n Queanbeyan. Under a B.ll of /Sale. HAY, PLOUGHS, WINNOWING MACIIINE; &c`. MVIR. lEE. -LEVT3ER I.ASreceiv ed `instruct-ions to 1 SELLBY PULOIC AUCTION, ,at Mr. J. J, Wright's Sale Yaid, Monaro-street, ON THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1851, At Twelve o'Clock, 'Stack, about 18 tons, prime three r year old Oaten Hay 4 Ploughs 2 Chaff Cutters 2 Corn Shellers 1i...

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THURSDAY—JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

TuUsu5-AY-JANUALY 24. In the Legislative Council, The Census Bill was gone through in* com mittee, Jand: some verbal amendments were made, and the adoption of the report fixed for, Wednesday next. A bill was brought up from the Assembly providing for the public expenditure, on the basis of the estimates adopted for 1860, for the months of- January, February, and March, 1801, fand was:read a first time, and the second reading fixed for Tuesday. The Legislative. Assembly met at twenty-. five minutes past three o'clock. Mr. HART `presented 'a petition from the' widow of Major Lockyer, praying for relief.'' In reply to Mr. Leary,' ministers said that it was in contemplation to so alter the District Courts Act, as to improve the remuneration of, bailiffs under that Act. On the motion 'of Mr. WEEKEs the House went into committee of ways and' means, when a resolution was carried to appropriate a sum not exceeding £288,087, to 'defray expenses of the various departments 'of 'Government, fro...

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Parliamentary. WEDNESDAY—JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 2 February 1861

WEDNESDAY-JANUARY 23. In the Legislative Council, The ATTORNEY-GENERAL presented papers and gave notice of a motion for a select com 'mittee in reference to a difference which had occurred between Ministers and Sir. W. Deni son on the eve of his departure, in referenice; to the use of the great seal. The Census Bill was read a second time and ordered for committal on Thursday. ' -s The Assembly met shortly aficit three o'clock. In reply to Mr. Shepherd, Mr. ARNOLD said that the contract time for the completion cf the railway to Picton will expire in June next; but he did not think it probable that the line would then be completed. In reply to Mr. Walsh, the COLONIAL SEC RETARY said that the legal and social reforms alluded' to in the opening speech as being under the consideration of government, and which would be introduced this session, did the manner in which the great questions be fore the House allow of time, included bills for the amendment of the Gold-fields' Regu-' lation Ac...

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