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FRIDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

FRIDAY, MARCOi 8. In the Assembly, Mr. Redmai, as a matter of privilege, called the attention to a statement in the 'Emfire newspaper relating to himself not that he cared for its abuse, but because it had reference to facts which must have been communicated by. members of the House. The Speaker said it was irregular for the member to make a speech, and not conclude with a motion. Mr. Redman said bhe would then move "That' members do not mention out of doors what takes place in the House." The Speaker said the more proper course would be to move that the-matter complained of should be read by the clerk, and that the printer be called to the bar. This motion was then made by Mr. Redman, but not seconded. Mr. Redman then called the attention of the Speaker to the fact that strangers were in the- House. All strangers, including the reporters for the press, were immediately removed by the Sergeant-rit-Arms. Biut the repoiters returned to their gallery a few minutes afterwards. The order...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUTHS FOR HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

TRUTHS FOR HUSBANDS. [The followirig, which, it must be confessed, does credit to lioth the heart and intellect of the writer, has beeni forwarded to us for ".pub lication. It is from the pen. of a lady in the district, and was, accompanied by. a notelex plaining that the article was 'suggestcd to the authoress by a paragraph headed " Truths for Wives," By .Aissi" Alulock. The piece referred to we never saw, and therefore cannodtsay liid far the subjoined ianswvers that production. But we gladly give publicity to this, not merely-on the ground of its: intrinsic -merils; --and these are not a few,--but to'show how desirous we are of encouraging the 'develop ment of latent literary powers, and fostering a taste for literary exerciies, in the minds of those in.whose midst, and for whose good we labour. We shall be happy to hear from our fair correspondent again.-Ed. G.A.] THE Husband's power is great in domestic happiness if rightly and judiciously exercised; but there are reciprocitie...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Metropolitan. Sydney, March 12, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

lctrptopoUtan. (From our City Correspondent.) Sydney, March 12, 1801. To chronicle any further the vagaries of your member may appear somewhat analogous to the superfluous task of putting a fly to the torture of the wheel, and certainly it is no pleasant duty for me to perform, yet, viewing you in the light of the watchman of Qucan beyan's interests, I must keep you informed of anything likely to bring her into contempt in the eyes of her co-electorates. Such an oc currence took place in the Assembly on Friday last, when, as your representative in " gal lery," and as a member of a society living under responsible government, I felt my blood high with shame at the scene which was enacted. I took my seat at a quarter of an hour pre vious to the commencement of the proceedings of the day, and in the interval I observed Mr. Redman busily pointing out to various mem bers a paragraph, which had appeared in that morning's .Empeire, containing some caustic remarks on his conduct on the prec...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LAMBING FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

LAMBING FLAT. From the Correspondent to the Yass Courier. THE Chinese puzzle is as perplexing. as .ever.: Even Mr. Charles Cowper, with all his well known tact, has been unable to settle: :the matter, or even to go any length towards its settlement. I much fear that the authorities :. will in the end be compelled to have recourse to arms, and however such may be deplored, it is absolutely necessary that the law should be respected. With such a mixed population as we have, it would be highly dangerous to. the peace of society if the authority of the ap; pointed 'officers is set at naught: and there is: unquestionably an intention amongst some three or four thousand diggers to keep the Chinese ofl the ground at all risks, while the small body called the Miners; Protec tive League go for that and many other mat ters with an equal determination. -Judging from the prospectus issued by this association, an attempt is proposed to be made to rule the diggings all over the colony by mob law....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

Ior t .nt htijicnre. , - ` ---*0 POLICE COURT. MONDAY. Before the Police Mfagistrate. IDLE AND DISORDERLY.-John Brown, an old man of " three score years and ten," who was discharged from custody last week, was sent to Goulburn gaol, for one month, as be ing an idle and disorderly person, having no visible means of support. DRUNKENNESS,-(18) Benjamin Pratt, for being drunk in the streets, was fined 5/. A WIFE-BEATER.-Thos.Warner, charged with assaulting his .wife, was remanded till the 14th; bail allowed. TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate.? DRUNKENNESS.-(1.9) Caroline MacDonald for being found drunk in the streets, was fined 5/. TRURSDAY. (Before the'Police Magistrate, and A. Cun ningham, Esqs.) PRoTECTION.-Frederick Rouse, taken on the previous morning while in a state of suffer ing from the effects of drink, was brought up for protection. Discharged. WJ1FE-BEATING.-In the case of Thomas Varner, out on bail, who appeared to answer the charge of assaulting his wife on the pre Vio...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THURSDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

THURSDAY, 31ARcR 7. -. TRE Legislative Council met at twenty mi nutes past four. The report of the medical adviser of the Government was laidl upon' the table, and ordered to be printed. The Pitt-street Tramway: Bill was read 'a first time.. The report of the Committee on the Church of England Synods Bill was adopted. The report of the Committee on the Scab in Sheep Bill was adopted. On the motion of the Attorney-General, the Temporary Acts Continuance Bill, the Proof by Declaration Abolition Bill, and the Coroners' Bail for Manslaughter Bill were each read a third time, and passed, and trans mitted to the Assembly for concurrence. .All the other. business on the paper was postponed, and the -lRouse rose at a quaiter before five o'clock.. TuE Assembly muet at the usual hour. Mr. Parkes presented a petition from a number of mercantile firms in Sydney, con demning the conduct pursued by the diggers at Lambing Flat towards the Chinese, many of whom were really British subjects, and pra...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

THE PORTRAIT. "Eyes, nose, lip, The trick of his frown, his forehead: nay, the valley, The pretty dimples of chin and cheek; his smiles. The very mould and frame of hand, nail, finger; Would you not deem it breath'd ? and that those veins Did verily bear blood. The very life seems warm upon her lip. The fixture of her eye hath motion in't."-SHAxszEAR PORTRAITS TAKEN DAILY, AT THE 'GOLDEN AGE' OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, By Mr. F. P. GALE, ?hotogitpt hiq 6lihti . Open from Nine till dusk. No more Depression in Trade !!! "Advertising is to business what steam is to machinery-the grandpropellingpower."-LoRD MACAULEY. T HE undersigned, having the fullest confidence in the soundness of the comparison made by the great historian in the above words, is determined to have re course to advertising, as an unerring means of infusing life into any particular branch of trade to which it may be applied, believing that the public need simply to be reminded of the bargains to be had at these times to be in...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

IMPOUNUTINGS. . (From the: Gove'rnsment Gazette, Miarch 8th.) At COOMA, on the 22nd day of February, 1861, from Big Badger; damnages £1 each:-i- y horse, broken in, pulled tail, aged, like 22 off neck, about 141, hands high ; bay horse, black-points; star, stal, ddle marked, aged, like JO off neck, like TC or blotch near neck, about 14, hands high. If not released will be so!d on the 20th March. C. WALTrn s, Poundkeper. At DUNGENDORE, on the Sth February, fri'om Curren dooly Estute, for trespass in open pasture land ; damages and driving 2s. each :--Brownish mnare, star and stripe, pulled tall, broken in, white off fore and hind fetlocks, ES sideways over PW shoulder, like ES (S reversed) thigh, like 7 cheek near side, 2 over J?t off shoulder; dlark bay filly, black points, about 3 years old, g over Q nnar shoul der. Also, on the 23rd, from Ashby; ydamages and driving Is. 2d. :-Light chesnut, inclined to roan, cob horse, bro. ken in, dock tail, white face, white fetlocks, P'r near s...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

fý'on m a t. . tl nteltie.ne. o QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ' GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 16. W?HWEAT.-L G. Od. per bushel. FLourlc-Fine, £23 per ton; seconds, £21. f15EAD.-8d. BRAN.-1s. 6d. ~Wbushel MAIZE.-5s. to Gs. Odi; per bushel. " BAI?LEY.-4A. 0. to 4s. 6d. OArs.-5s. to 5s. Od. per bushel. IHA.--£4 to £6 per ton: 3UTTER.-10d. to is. per lb. CnEE.SE.-6d. to 7d. per lb. P,AcoN.-G-d. to 8d. per lb. Eoos.-ls. Ocd. to s1. 6d. per dozen. POTATOES -Gs. to Ga. 6d. per cwt. FAT CATTLE.- £5 10s. to £7 10s. per head. C.4LVEs.-"£1 15s. per head. SufEEP.-1Gs. to 20s. per head. Pios.-Gd. per lb. TALLow.-£28 to £380 per ton, good samples. IIUiEs.-5s. 6d. to Gs. each. SIIEEPSclNS.-4jd. to 6d. per lb. CARRIAGE PER TON.--= Sydney to Queanbeyan, £8 10s. to £10 Queanbeyan to Cooma, £4 10s. to £5. Queanbeyoan;to 'East r or West Denison, (Russell's), £7. to '£9.: Queanbeyan to Iiandra, £0 to £0. QUOTATIONS AT THE 'MILLS. FINE FLOUR ......... £238 ton. SEC. coDS...; .......... £21 ,, BRAN ......

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Letters to the Editor. NIGHT DANCING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 March 1861

Letters to the Editor. NIGHT DANCING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--Being to some extent interested, I take the liberty of trespassing on your space in bring- ing under notice what I conceive to be a growing evil in Queanbeyan. For some time past a per- son named Glogoski has been teaching dancing in this town, and has lately left for Lambing Flat, since which a new school of heel-and-toe juveniles have been formed into classes, meeting twice a week at a certain Inn in town, for the alleged purpose of learning to dance, but being greatly in danger of learning more unprofitable things. Alas, that parents cannot see the danger of these night meet- ings! Young lads and maidens may frequently   be seen patrolling the streets between the hours of ten and eleven o'clock at night, instead surround- ing the family altar, or taking their quiet repose. It is to be feared the result of those unseasonable excursions will prove a curse to those whose ten- der years require ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL [?]RTHAM ADELAIDE. Latest European News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 18 March 1861

ARRIVAL 2Yritfli IA. '11, 1 DI LAIDE. -Latest European News. [BY ELECTRIC. TELEGRAPH.] To '; Extraordinaries " issued by the Goulburn papers, to hand by to-day's mail, we are indebted for the following telegram of European and American news : The branch steamer Balclutha arrived at Adelaide on Friday night, bringing the European mails by the P. & O. Company's steamer Northam. The new Governor, Sir John Young, has arrived. The following are the princi pal items of intelligence : ENGLISH NEWS. The sufferings endured by the poor-in England since Christmas are - rereported as indescribable. The thermometer registered: in many places fourteen degrees below zero. The mhortality of the week ending January. 19th, reached 1926 deaths. - MJ[ajor-General Cameron is nominated to the cornmand. of the troops in New Zealand. Parliament was again pro roguecd until the 5th of Feb. There is a talk of the creation of sixty'or eighty general officers in the navy. Several important meetings of t...

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WHAT THE WIND SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

TVHAT THE WIND SAYS. "Do you know what the winter wind says, grandpapa ?" asked a little child at an old merchant's knee. )" No, miss; what does it?" he answered, patting her head. " ' Remember the poor,' grandpa'; when it comes down the chimney, it roars, " Remem ber the poor ; ' when it puts its great mouth to the keyhole, it whistles, ' Remember the poor; ' when it strides through a crack in the door, it whispers it; and, grandpa', when it blows your beautiful silver hair about in the street, and you shiver and button up your coat, does it not get at your ear and say so, too, in a still small voice, grandpa' ?" " Why, what does the child mean ?" cried grandpa', who, I am afraid, had been used to shut his heart against such words. " You want a new muff and tippet, I reckon; a pretty way to get them out of your old grand father." " No, grandpa'," said the child, earnestly shaking her head-" no; it's the no muff and tippet I'm thinking of." After the next storm, the old merchant sen...

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A Select Tale. ROBBERY AND MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

-0 ROBBERY AND MYSTERY. Soon after entering the capital of the so-called Mexican republic, as was my custom while sojourning in a foreign city, I hired for my servant a man capa ble of acting as a cicerone about the town. At thlis time I had i sion a bill of exchange ups house; but not caring t t ;t; noured before my departu4 f it best to retain it till the ", , as 'the care of a large sunif'?oney would be troublesome to ?one whose desire was to:?b ?,fiJ ' from standing guard over lisi fcets. For this reasin'I did not even call upon the drawee of the bill; and as I was a s?ranger to them personally, I thus exposed myself to a' total loss, in the event of the same filling into the pos session of some dishonest individual, who might represent himself as the pro per payee. That I committed a great error in thus neglecting to secure myself against, false representations-an error by which my money and life might have been forfeited-the peruser of this transcript from my note-book will cl...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

SIMPOUNDINGS. (From the Government Gazette, A1larch 15.). .At GUNNING, on the 8th of Marchl,. 1861,; from Frankfleld Estate; damages 7s: 6d. --Blnrk horse,. star, near hind foot white, IM over AB arid ED 'under near shoulder, 7 years oll, .15?5 hands high.- If.not relcascd, will be sold on the 2nd of April. W. ItUnn, Poundkeepelr At 1UNGENI DORE, on the 10th JInI h, ;'o,, n`;ar Blmgemdore, for trespass in tno enclosed cultivation pald dock; drmilnges and driving 0s: 2d. i-Light cheslluut nlira, pulled tail, white down fiace, .F over , near: shoulder. If. irat released. within twemty-foro days frontdatepof.publca.. tiou, will be sold. M. J. BYiRNIE., Poundkeeper. -. (From the Government Gazette, AMarch 19th.) At COOMA, on the 8tlh dany of lIarchl,from Dandclong; dmnlges 2s. Od. :-hlAy ildtse bald 'ice.; s:addle:nIarkcd " white feet, like 1) both 'shoublers, 18 to 10 hands liigli if not released, will bie sold on the lst April.. C. rALTERsr , Poundkeeper.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

..-OST OFEICE. ARRIVALS. From 5YDNEt (via Bungendore),-Monday, Thursday, Saturday, at Eleven a.m. (via Gundnroo),-Wednesday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From COOMiA,-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-Wcdnesday and Saturday at Eight a.m. DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (via Bungendlore).-Monday. W~'dn'sdsy, and Saturday, at half-past Nine a.m. ,, (ia Gunsrlso),--Sunday and Thursday, at Six, n.m. To COOMA.--,fonday, Thursday, ind Saturday, at Noon. To L.NYON,-Sunrlay and I'hursday, at Three p.m.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE MEMBER FOR QUEANBEYAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

THE- MIlEHBEJ F.FOR "QUDEA BEYAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. ,S'ir,-' see from your leader iin the last issue of the "'Age" that you havejoined the cry against our Mlfember; now, it is very easy to raise a: cry against any man when a dead set was made against him, but it is not such an easy matter to hound down the man who has stamina and moral courage, to withstand it. As an instance of the truth of this, I woudd refer you to the first appearance of Beinaniin D'Israelli as a Speaker: in his maiden speech (I think twenty-seven? years ago), the Ilouse would not hear him; having arrived at that determination before he rose, although the late Sir Robert. Peel did everything in his power to "encourage him ; but his pride. was hurt,: and instead of being snff'ed out as a booby would have been, he felt the un quenchable fire of'intellect burning with a brighter glow, and he concluded with these memorable words, which' appear to have been prophetic, and which even thrilled the House ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

TO- CRRESPONDENTS. A CooorA CoXSTART.P.--There has appenred in our columns no letter from the Quennheynn Police; bIut the matter you romplain of did appeanr in a panegraph for which our own pen is responsible. Nevertleless, if you think you rcn exonerate yourself by the puhllcation of your letter, it shall be published, but you must first sup ply uV with your real mnrne (not neressarily for lpublic tLon. butt as n guanrntce of the gernineness of your communication) parrieulnrty ns you make a charge agninrt another constable whose real nanme you mention. ONE OF Toie CRLrr.DOR.-The be!ter plan for you to nsccrtain the information you need. is to inquire of the C'hif Commismioner of Insolvent Courts. There has re cently been a divi:;iou declared In the estate of 4s. 7d. in the pound. J. W.. Foxtow.-We have becn um!ile to gather the ex neact information you seek. The Great. E]cstern did not mte'ke n renmrknlbly quick passage to America o she on cupied II1 days; the vorynge has frequentl...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

,SATUR.DAY, FARtI- H 23, 1861. As already intiinateil by us, the clianges which have .lately. talken pldhicin the time-tablea:wlilch regulates the: arrival and despatch of the Queanbevun mails, have very materially militated against our publishing arrangements. Upon the. occasdioi of: the :alterations made when the present:Contract came into opeiation, we were induced to change the time of our publication to some hours later on Saturday.,: T'lis ar rangement was found necessary, on ac count of the Sydniey iail, which, under the form-er r egulations, used to reach us early on Friday, not arriving until the next day. WVhen the hour of publica tion was changed, a week or two ago, we expressed a hope that the alteration would be only of a temporary character, and that (as therl existed considerable dissatisfaction in the public mind with respect to the new arrangemnleits,-a retition to the PosTMAST'rr Gl~xIzar., desiring a more convenient arrangemenat, being at the time in course of sig...

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

FarntY, MAnCCH 15. In'the Le??eislative"AAssemblythe Speaker took the chair at half-past three o'clock. • On the motion of Mr. Blake, the House went into committee on the Impouinding Bill. Mr. Robertson desired that this bill should be brought in by the government, and, on the part of the government, disclaimed all res ponsibility: in it. Mr. Watt urged the necessity of immediate legislation on the subject. The first clauses were passed. The 4th clause, giving to the justices in petty sessions the appointment of pouudkeep ers, was proposed. Mr:LHoskins proposed,: as an amendment that the appointment of the poundkeepers .be given to the Executive. On division, the amendment proposed by Mr. Hoskins was lost by fifteen to twenty=five. Mr. Walsh moved another amendment giving to the muhicipal councils, where such bodies existed, the power of appointment. Mr. Hay thought this amendment would lead to' a very anomalous state of things. Pounds not properly within the limits of mu nicipaliti...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 23 March 1861

-0 THE O= AND THE HonsE.-The Ger mans have many beautiful fables; among them is this, from which large boys may learn how to do with little brothers and, with: schoolmates youn ger and weaker than themselves. A large ox, walking along the road with a neavy tread, met a gay horse with a boy on his back. The child was guiding him.with the bridle, while he stepped very: softly, as, if afraid of hurting his ]ittle rider. Tlheox-stopped in front of .t..t]cnd neied out in the most unmu sical' tones, !' Oh, shame on you ! a great strong, spirited horse, as people call you, letting a tiny fellow like that rule over you; you have no more spirit than a sheep, and are a great disgrace to the noblV family you sprang from. , If the little tyrant should try to mount my back, I'd soon throw him off? I'd toss him into the air withli my horns, and trample him under, my feet when he came down." .:'And he cast a look of terrible scorn on the noble horse. Fleet foot, as the horse was called, did not ha...

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