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A NUGGET'S STORY. WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE GOLDEN AGE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

A iNUGGET'S STORY." WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR TUE GOLDEN AGE. (Continued from our last.) My, descant into the bowels of the earth, now became sufficiently apparent for me in many instances to recognise evidences of approach to my old locality. Presently I found myself amongst.the rocks of by-gone and ancient times, and was informed by my companion, that these formed a complete barrier to the power of the geologist, in turn ing back the pages which relate the history of the globe layer after layer,leaf behind leaf, thus I passed the records of life and ages long before extinct. I came at length to green stone quartz, granite, and others, and these contained no traces of life, so I had now arrived aimongst my ancient kindred, and at my old home; and this portion of my destiny was fulfilled.. . I now concluded that for ages' I should forim a partof the great unknown, at least so far Ma makind was concerned; and began to. repent that I had been so hasty, in wishing to quit the uiplier reg'o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

-00 [P'R ELECTRIC TELEGRAPU.] Tuesday night. Parliament was opened this day; The following topics are the principal ones treated of in the speech of the Governor general, which is hardly so full and explicit as could be wished. The Railway works contemplated to the West and South, are described as requiring a very largely increased rate per mile over that at which the present works are being con structed, This is said to be owing to the nature of the country to be traversed. The trial surveys are in a sufficient state of forwardness to admit of the making out of the estimates of the extensions to Bathurst, Muswellbrook, and Goulburn. No information respecting the provisions of the land bill is given iii the speech.. A plan is to be submitted for oveicoming some of the present inipediments to the satis factory carrying out of , compumication and traffic in the interior. Telegraphic:communicatioin is still further to be extended. The state of the revenue is described as af fording'gro...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Charnwood, THE THOROUGH-BRED >OiSE, VAGABOND THE PURE-BRED WHIT1.1 ARAB HORSE, 1MJAHJOMET. 0 And the Powerful'Roan DRAUGIH T HORSE, ATLASi Terms --- £2 0s. FOR A SINGLE MAlUS. HENRY HALL. 26th September, 1860. TO THE PUBI(" TICE ,REPORT, that Mr;. C1NIG HAM, of Lanyon, .had atr:mirite to atop up the Road through his Proj<:;' to fthi Ford'of the Murrumbidgee, is entirely W1Th1- OUT ANY FOUNDATION., Lanyon,-24th Sept., 1860. CAUTION.{ TT THE undersigned,' hereby caution I, the Public not to jpiichasi of JOHN COOPER, oriainyiother persoi 0the -wes tern half of allotment 13, section 4, iituate in Macquoid Street. I tigg;,oofJ JAMES WEBTFOLD Queanbeyan, September 27th, 1860. O N tlie Gooromon Pond. near O1IARNWOOD, a STACl oa' good Containing about: 10 Tons . App to ROBT. GROCOTi. Care of IIenry Hall, Esq ;iharnwotnd H AY HAY O lie SOLD cheep;, 20 TONS "o PRIME HAY. Apply ta THOMiS SIIANAIIAN .Jus, 3Molonglo. Bricks! Bricks !!` j riksU :FOR ,sALE. R...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GARDENING CALENDAR, FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

'GARDENING CALENDAR, .OR THE )jOITR OP BEPTElMlEl. Sow peas once a fortiight-all kinds of cabbage seed In cluding brocoli nad cauliflower. Early turnips, radishes, and lettuces, onion and celery towards the end of the month. Parsnips and carrots during the last week. Trans plant onions sown in autumn. FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. Transplant any plants that arc large enough, after or duringrain; plant potatoes at interials, French beans, eucnmbers and melons, pumpkins and vegetable mnrrows. Attend to celery.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

TO CORRESPOj4DENTS. A. LOVER OrF JUSTlsE,=Prior to the receipt of your letter on the Police, we were in possession of the one ap jearing in our present issue, signed Qurs, and as that is in every way calculated to answer the object for wchich t'our's weas penned, we deemed the publication of the two annecessarg. 7ye, shall ie happy to receive anotherfrone. you on the otherssubject referred to in that communication.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of the Week. l Sun rises Sun sets on.s SATURDAY......... Sep. 29 5 52 6 2 14 SUNDAY.. ,, 30 6 51 6 3 15 MONDAY.......Oct. 1 549 6 16 TUESDAY/........... 647 65 17 WEDNESDAY.. 3 5 40 6 0 18 THTURSDAY...... .. . 4 5 45 6 7 19 FfRIDAY.............. ~ 5 5 43 0 8 20

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

KIANDRA. TWELVE BODIES FOUND IN THE SNOW   AT KIANDRA. -- The CoOma correspondent of the Yass Couricr reports that as some parties were clearing some of the snow which had drifted about their claim, they came upon the bodies of four men in one party, and seven in another, smothered, in the last snow storm. These bodies were found at the head of the Tumut; many others are missed. Another party, whilst breaking up the frozen snow with picks, struck upon the remains of an unfortunate digger.  

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

-0 QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE ,PRICES CURRENT. W11EAT.-12s. to 12s. and Gd. per bushel.'. FLoUn.-Fine, £45 per ton; seconds £43. BREAD.-9d. to 10d. Bnix.-ls. 8d., to-1s. 9d; per bushel. MAIZE.-Gs. per bushel; scarce. HAY.-£8 per ton: .'BuTTER.-1s. 6d. per lb. CunnEsz.-9d. to 1Od; per lb. BAcow4.-9d. per lb. Eoas.-1s. 6d. to is. 9d: per dozen. POTATOES.-£7 to £8 pOrton. FAT CATTLE.-£5 188. to £7 10s. per head. CAxvEs,-£1 15s. per head. SIZEEP.-16s. to 20s. per head. Pxos.-6d. per lb. TALLow.-36s. perton, for good samples. IIIDES.-GS. to 7s. each. SnIEEPsKINs.-4ld. to Gd. per lb. CARRIAGE PaE Tox.-Sydney to Qucanbeyan,: £17 to £18; Queanbeyan to Cooma, £0 to £7; Qucanbcyan"to East of West Deni son (Russell's), £14 to X1i5; Qucanbeyan to Kiandra, £22 to £24. Qucanbeyan, Sept. 29th. QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR ......... £42 ton. SECONDS............... £40 ,, BitAx N.............. 1s. Gd.. to is Od .bushel GRINDING .......... 1. 9d. I bushel GOTJLBURN MARKETS.-Szer. 2.2 Wheat,- 11s.; f...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE PRINCE OF WALES' VISIT TO CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

THE PRINCE OF WALES' VISIT TO CANADA. (From the Saturday Review, July . ) BEFORE Saturday next the Prince of Wales will have departed on his graceful, a by no means unimportant, mission to Canada. He will, no doubt, go charged to express, fivth the warmth which the good feeling of tie Cana dians towards this country so well deserves, the affectionate regard of her Majestyfor that noble portion of her dominions; and! he will find in the most thoroughly English of all our colonies, a truly English welcome and the response of truly English hearts. ITaddition to the sentiments of the Queen, he may safely undertake to convey to the Canadians the, sincere.;sympathy and warm interest of the English nation. Great in herself, Englanid is doubly great in the nations of which, she has had the happiness to become the parent, and of which, if one has unfortunately parted from her side in anger, the rest are still united to her in the bond of a free and affectionate con nexion, "and destined, we ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

4iNdds ad ($id# NEwsPAPER CORRESPONDENTs. - Corres pondents of the newspaper press-we do not mean thoso who do the " original correspond ence," but those who profess to furnish the news of their respective neighbourhoods-tho in mihid the1following advice There ae o ca1' c -cort hian brewity The corres pondent who imagines he is conferring a favour bn the editor by sending him a column of matter, detailing some very simple.occur rence, egregiously deceives himself, and his communications are either ruthlessly abridged before printed, or are passed over unread by the public. Perspicuity is the next quality that a newspaper correspondent should aim at acquiring. His words should be eapable of bearing but one meaning, and should clcarly, express the fact he wishes to convey. A just, discrimination between important. and unim portant facts should be observed. The reason' why so many spoken. narratives weary and. nauseate is, that all their less importaut points' are brought prominently f...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. - (Fronm the Government Gazette Sept. 7th.) QUEANBEYAN, on the 28th day of August 1800, from Duntroon; damages and driving 2s. cach: One brown mare, 'R over ID near shoulder. One brown illly, WI) near shoulder. One bay filly, grey star, like TM near shoul der, 2 years old. One bay colt, 2 ncar neck, GD near shoulder. One bay colt, 3 over 11 and 8 under near: shoulder. One brown colt, near feet white, like HIL conjoined faint off shoulder, 2 years old. If not. released, will be sold twenty-four days after date of publication. September dth,-By the chief-constable: One bay mare, black points, short quarter,, white spot on near ribs, 6 years' old, 15 hands high, brand defaced by qB the original one being like CD or JD. Also, on the 11th : One greyhorse (nearlywhitc),. aged, 4 reversed off thigh, W near thigh, offhip down, faint brand on near shoulder like JE or J7. If not released will be sold twenty-four days after date of publication. it. LEVER, Poundkceper.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1860. OUR PROPOSED TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1860. OUR PROPOSED TELEGRAPH. LoNG before the issue of our first number we act resolved, at the earliest opportunity,to direct pub lic .attention to the necessity of at once. temorialising ,the Govern mient for the - extension of Tele grajhic communication with Ki andra and Sydney, via Bungen dore, Queanbeyan, and. Cooma. We were happy, however, to find, thal the initiatory steps. for the acciiplishment of this object werc taken by the public them selves, thus obviating the need of whic th lticTlerp thaotevene ply generlly mwere indifeent to the fevenlng or h qunlestion of thke. advnotagvew ofuther cas, uposen a meeting held 'for. the purpose of opposing the ' present ;movement : such a measure would not only call forth the full; amount of the. popular sympathy existing in favour of the exteiision of. the .Telegraph, but also meet with universal disap probation. .It was evidenit from the 'spir`it of the meeting, that, the object soxglht by it' was deemed of p...

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

EL1MSALL INN. -0- WILLIAM AIUNT, EEPER of the above Inn, for a period extending over Twenty-three years, cannot allow the present opportunity of the introduction of a branch of the press into Qucanbeyan, to pass without offering to the public his sincere thanks for the long support afforded him. While expressing the gratitude he feels for favours past, he would ask a con tinuance of that support, and feels justified in doing so, having now caused considerable im provements to be made to the " old house at home,"-the ELMSALL, at the end of the Queen's Bridge, Queanbeyan, where travelling families may insure a comfortable night's quarters, should they-give a call. The STABLES have been ,newly fitted up, and every effort made to meet the requirements OF A FIRST CLASS INN. W. II. feels confident that one call will so cure for him a repetition of the traveller's stay should he come that way. p Mark the address WILLIAM HUNT, TRINCOLA PLACE, OPPOSITE TIlE QUEEN'S BRIDGE, CATTEANBEE AN. Sep...

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

SY DNEY. (From our city Correspondent.) The Southern mail which arrived this morning did not bring with it any copies of your first issue of the Golden Age.' I trust that that .the -difficulties -which surround a first publication have, been surmounted by you, and that the dis trict of Queanbeyan now possesses a lo cal organ wherewith to communicate with other parts of the colony. No political on dits are afloat, and your readers must be content to wait for intelligence respecting the vessel of state until their representatives address them through the medium of the Legislative Assembly. We received yesterday papers of later date from Queensland. Our neighbours are pluming themselves, and certainly not without cause, on their practical le gislation. The first session of their parliament is about to close, and who will venture to proinounce it a barren one, when that stumbling. block of our owni and other colonies-the land ques tion-has been disposed of? They ap pear, moreover, to ha...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Provincial News. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

(14ouittn l Stat. *- -0 COOMA. (Fromna CorrespondenI.) THE RUSH TO THE DIaaINos.--The influx of people to Kiandra has apparently already commenced, as during the past week numbers of people-have passed through Cooma bound in search of fortune, or otherwise, as the fates may dictate. There is, every reason to anti cipate an immense number of people at the Alpine region during the present year. TunE EscoTs.-No escort arrived from Sydney this week, and none went up to Kiandra. I do not know. the reason of the stoppage, but I suppose it can be satisfactorily explained by " the powers that be." CIITEF CONSTAR(14E Qr C.U00 rphr-omeo which 'vill be vacant very shortly by the resignation of Mr. J. R. Neat, has already brought three Richmonds in the field. The candidates are trooper Chandler; in the escort police, serjeant Coward, serjeant of the same escort; and detective Scarlott. The former has sent in his application, but the others have not done so as yet. I do not think the " Scarlet R...

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Gems from Poets. THE SNOWDROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

-0- THE SNOWDROPS. Without the dry leaves groan and shiver, The curtained sun in his cloud doth sleep, And through the chamber casement ever Murmurs the roll of the distant deep. By the maiden's side on the couch were lying, Blending their delicate green and white, Children of winter, half-closed and dying, Flowers that are born ere spring is in sight: Slowly she spake in a voice of sorrow-- "Gentle flowers, live yet to-day, But when I shall have died to-morrow, Droop ye, and wither, and fall away. Yet a few hours, then droop and wither; Silently fade and fall with me; Far from the sun we will rest together, Shut from the sound of the moaning sea." Ah, poor maid ! nor father nor mother Soothe thy spirit passing away; Only my hands, the hands of a brother, Gathered those snowdrops but yesterday. Why wilt thou take the heart I cherished? Rightly, O Death ! art thou called unkind-- Victims twain byttho stroke have perished, One in spirit, and one in mind. Blackwood's magazine. P. S. W....

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GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. (Abridged from the Goulbhurn fdrald.) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. The court was opened this morning at ten o'clock, by his Honor Sir J. N. Dickinson; and his associate Mr. S. S. Cowper. Mr. Butler appeared as crown-prosecutor, assisted by Mr. Fraser, from the crown-solicitor's office, and in the absence of -Mr. Brenan, the police-magistrate acted as sheriff. There wcre six cases for trial. Mr. Blake was the only barrister (in addi tion to the crown-prosecutor) who was in at tendance. Attorneys present, Mr. Walsh and Mr. Gannon. HIGHWAY ROBBERY.. John O'Brien was charged with having robbed Henry Pepper of £6, on the road be tween Shelly's Flats and'Marulan. The- prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was undefended.. The jury returned a verdict of guilty of robbery. Sentence-six years on the roads or other. public works of the colony. BREAKING AND ENTERING A SHOP AND STEALING. William- Hughes, charged with breaking into the store of Henry Littlewood and another, and steal...

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

Socatt ntthncYi ELECTRIC TELEORAPII .-In accordant, 'riI ' : the resolutionsiiulonnteiluth.ln ineqtim It litarveulr for tl1e-furthe'Qance of the objeal, the following memorial has boon prepaiied i the committee appointed for the purpose, s cl been already numerously signed by he.in habitants. It is necessary, neverthele. is state, that should any: one who hiasnot i r done so, be desirous. of appnding tlie a. nature to the document, they inus: Jo a: n+ time, it being deteminihedto forwvalidt h, , to Sydney by Moinday morniig's osi. A°, plication must be made to Mr. F. H FI':i-ei. our Town Agent, in whose hands thie 'ninti rial lies. To lis Excellency Sir WVILLTAM TIHOMAS ili :(N Knight, Commuiader'of the most Honorable cii of the i1ath, Governor`General in and r ovei c Mqijesty's colonies in Australia, &e, q iriA Admiral of the sinime. The Memorial, of.'tho undcrsigne@6ltiti i f 1 district of qucaribeynn, respectfully saeweti - public meeting held at the court-houliee, Qcan V...

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Queanbeyan Police Court. MONDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 September 1860

MONDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.--William Francis and Eliza Ledwidge, for being drunk in the streets, were discharged with a reprimand. John Calla- ghan for a similar offence, was fined 5s. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. F. Hayley, Esq.) DRUNKENNESS.--Edward Kelly and Maurice     Walsh for this offence were found guilty, and were fined, the former, 5s. or two hours im- prisonment; and the latter 10s. or, twenty- four hours in the cells. THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, Henry Hall, and W. F. Hayley, Esqs.) STEALING WOOD.--John Johnson, a Swede, appeared on bail, to answer the above charge. Mr. Freeston appeared for the complainant. Johnson being a foreigner by the courtesy of the bench (but objected to by Mr. Freeston) was allowed by Mr. De Salis to watch the case on his behalf. Andrew Cunningham deposed:     On Friday last, I saw the defendant on my purchased land at Lanyon; he was burni...

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

Commercial Banking Company of' Sydney. QUEANBEYAN BRANCH. ITishereby notified thatthis BRANCII, 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 'P cent P annum. Ditto to six ditto......... 4 ,, . . 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, Wollon gong, Maitland, Kiama, Shoalhaven, Mary borough, Cooma and Eden. Also, upon The Bank of Victoria, Melbourne; and upon Great Britain and Ireland. W. SCRIVENOR, Manager. EB .EE E. I Opposite to Mrs. DOYLE'S, Quean -000 NUGENT & COPE *Beg"to"inform their friends throughout the Districts that--they .have just comipleted the purebase of. uan extensive and'varied stock, suitable for 'COUNTRY STORE, COMPRISINa Drapery, Groceries, .Harddware, & c., & c.' And whilst 'aekowledging the encouragem...

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