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QUEANBEYAN READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. DISCUSSION CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

QUEANBEYAN READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. DISCUSSION CLASS. AT a meeting held on the 7th, inst at the above room, in the absence of the President the Rev. A. D. Soares, Mr. J. J. Wright was called to the chair. The minutes of the pro vious meeting having been read, the Chairman called upon Mr. WV. O'Neill as proposer, to' introduce the subject of discussion, viz.,, " Whether railways or .tramroads would be: more beneficial to the colony -atiftho present" time." Mr. O'Neill in expressing his views of the subject, gave cogent reasons why inhis opinion tramroads would under the present circunm stances of the colony be' infinitely more beneficial on account of their cheapness and the short space of time in which they could be constructed in comparison with railways, and the necessity there exists at the present for quick and safe means of transit from the interior to the metropolis. Mr. DeLissa replied in favour of railways, because 'though more expensive at present,' yet ultimately they wou...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Metropolitan News. Condensed from the Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

1'tiotopo~tan tl~trs. Condensed from the Papers. : -0 Ax extraordinary case of alleged robbery was heard at the Central Police Court on Saturday the 27th ult., occupying the attention of the bench some two hours and a half. The name of: the accused was Elizabeth Moore,: a ser vant girl, in the employment of a Mr. Sharp, draper, South Head Road,, and the amount said to be stolen was £11 3s. The particu lars of the case were these: Mr: Sharp is the olicer bf two hidises idjoiniing one 'another, the lower storey of each being used as a shop. In the upper portion of the one is his bed room, and' thoe upper poirti6n of the other is occupied by a carpenter namcd llussey and his 'wife, vho lodge there. Mr. Sharp's busi sess lies in the shop underneath the IHusseys', and Mrs.' Sharp's iii the shop. beneath their own apartments. There is stated to be no communication between'tlhe two houses, the only means of access from one to the other being by going into the street. The money was extracte...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

4lllg fl0tC IU im c. ut . oo BusIRnARA ERs.-The bushrangers who put the inhabitants of this town into terrible con sternation some time ago, have not lately been heard ofl; butthcy are supposed to be still in tihe neighbourhood. District Constable 3utler, who is deemed very active, has been shot at, as is well-known, three times by one of these follows, and the terror with which thc fact of such daring was viewed by some was amusing. One old woman seriously recommending the raising of volunteers for the protection of Nirnitybelle, and a wag on the ground in stan;ly'stylcd the new corps "Tihe Rifle Rad-. ical Voluntcceers."-Monaro ilMercury. INUMAN Cuuerryr.-One of the most dis gusting cases of cruelty that we ever heard of was perpetrated yesterday afternoon by a monster in human shape. This wretch, infu riated with the effects of drink, tied a young horse to a tree with a halter and bheat him 'for some time over the head with a cudgel until he knocked his eye out and the animal fel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

Queanbeyan District Hospital Society.~, 1 . A SPECIAL Genexal Meetiiig -of the SubscrlbersI will be hlold 'in the Court -House, on Monday the 12th inst., at Four o'clock, p.m., to propose, the adoption of additIonal rules, and'consider other matters of importance. . It. MEHEGAN, Secretary. Sales of Crown Lands .Will be held. at the under u d mentioned places on the days stated: At the Police Office, Goulburn, On M.onday, the 10tlh Day of Jime next, COUNTRY LOTS.-COUNTY OF AIO?YLE. Parish .of Uringalla :--10 lots (38 acres 2 rood to 77 acres), on and near Uringalla Rivu let, near its confluence.- with Paddy's River, adjacent to R.. Campbell's and E. Carrigan's portions, noar Wingello, por tions 45 to 61. Parish of Marlan :-3 lots, ,(32 acres to 30 acres), on Nepambulla Creek, adjacent to W. Shelly's 320 acres, near Shelly's Flat, portions 71 to 78. Parish of Billyrumbija :-1 lot," (46 acres 2 roods), on the road from Goulburn, to . Sydney, adjacent to the east boundary of Shelly's no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

THE PORTRAIT. ' Eyes, nose, lip, The trick of his frown, his forehead: nay, the valloy, The pretty dimples of chin and check; his smiles. The very mould and frame of hand, nail, finger; Would': you not deem It breath'd ? and'that those veins Did verily hear blood. * * * s * The very life seems warm upon her lip. The fixture of her eye hath motion in't."-SnAxsrEAn PORTRAITS TAKEN DAILY, AT THE CGOLDEN AGE' OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, By Mr. F. P. GALE, ,hoto?ltaphi(l Sittidqll. Open from Nine till dusk. No more Depression in Trade !! ! "Advertising is to business what steam is to machinery---th grandpropeellingiower."'--Lon MACAULEY. THE 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. inl'nsing life into any particular branch of trade to which it may be applied, believing that the public need sinw, to be reminded of the bargains to be had at...

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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.] [ADVERTISEMENT.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

-0 FWe do not identify ourselves with the -opiutnions of our Correspondents, nor are we in anywiso answerable for the samen.] ADVERTISE.MENT] TO THE EDITOR OF :.TIE .OLDEN AGE. Sir,-I observe by the Police Report in the last Saturday's Goulburn papcrs that a person named William Stcwart has been charged with stcaling a- carpet-bag at Qucanbeyan, and as I have a nephew at present in Goulburn of the same name, I desire to relieve his character of any uni pleasant imputations, by stating that my nephew is not the Zndividual accused.. 'The person charged is a man of the 'same name, recently employed by -.Mr. A. Levy, of this town as a domestic servant. ANDREW MORTON. The letters signcd RosANNA CLEARY, and XXX will appear in our next.

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Parliamentary. TUESDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

t -o TUESDAY, ArP?I 30. e IN the Legislative'Council, the consideration 1 in Committee of the Crown Lands Alienation D3ill was resumed. After some debate, the committee divided on the question, for the amendment of the 17th clause, by omitting the provision for the' pay ment of interest at the rate of five per. cent; on the purchase money unpaid by the free se lector after the expiration of three years. .The amendment was carried by a majority of 14 to 11, and subsequently the whole of the * proviso to the clause was struck out. Mr Holden proposed the introduction of a new clause to regulate purchases for mining purposes, which, after some debate, he with drew, giving notice of another new. clause. Clause 18, sale by auction of lands aban doned by selectors, was agreed to. Clause 19, additional selection of adjoining. lands was postponed. Clause 20, additional selection of lands adjoining lands already'granted. Car ried. Clause 21, sale by auction of other lands. Mr. Deas Thompson p...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 9 May 1861

THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861. THE people of Sydney, and the people of the southern metropolis, Goulburn, have both taken up the question of Improved Inland Communication ; and it must be confessed, that of all the wants which oppress the colony, there can be none so urgent as that of good traversable roads. This is without dis pute, the one thing needful with us, and without which every other advantage is comparatively speaking, valueless. All know the importance of good roads, as affecting the value of land, increasing the trade, and enhancing the price of the natural products of those districts through wlhich they run. Without at least firm and well-constructed main trunk roads; let a district be ever so fine, and its products ever so varied and plentiful, wealth and prosperity can never be its lot. Our fields may wave with golden grain, our vines groan be neath the weight of their luscious clus ters,: our flocks annually yield us the tribute of their snowy fleece,---in fact, the dairy, ...

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Miscellaneous. AN ADVENTURE WITH BRIGANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

=·1~0- AN ADVENTURE WITI-I.. BRIGANDS. THE Italian correspondent of the Morn ing Post, writing from Rome on the first of February,' says :-The following ac count of a journey of 110 miles; on one of the main roads of :Italy, from Folig no to Rome, will show the present very insecure state of the: country, and the annoyance and dangers to which at this time all travellers are liable, and may warn others from, attempting the land journey from F.lorence by Perugia to Rome. Mr; Thomas Vaughn, architect, of Stoke-Newiugton, London, left Folig no on:Sunday morning, the 27th ult., in a carriage for six persons, driven by a well-known and most, trustworthy and honest driver, :nmaied, Pietro _lRossi, of Assisi.' He sarys, "There were in the first instance, only four passengers, two Italians, a lady, 'and myself.: We passed Spoleto unchallenged; but at the gates of Terni were stopped, and conducted under escort to the guard-house, where all the passports `were closely examined by officers of ...

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CURIOSITIES OF LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

CURIOSITIES OF LEGISLATION. THE members of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales : have fallen into such an objectionable habit of calling things and per sons by their right name, thatwe shall not feel surprised if the whole tone and temper of the debates in that branch of the Legislature un derwent a radical change. The insincere and conventional " honorable gentleman " or "honorable member " will most likely be dropped, and senatorial discussions will pro bably take the following form : Mr. A. observed, with reference to what had fallen from the hoary old humbug over the way, that he was entirely mistaken. He (Mr. A.) had never supported the proposition for a repeal of the import duty on asses. Mr. B.: Not in Parliament, perhaps ; but if the pig-headed old pump would only call to his recollection the time when, as a humble costermonger, he retailed turnips and onions--- Mr. C. appealed to the venerable bloke in the chair whether that superannuated sweep, `the member for Budg...

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Parliamentary. [For previous Parliamentary proceedings, see 4th page.] MONDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

-o [For previous Parliamentary proceedings, sec 4ith page.] . 1oNDAY, MAY 6. IN the Legislative Council, Captain Lamb gave notice of a motion in favour of pecuniary grants in behalf :of. the aborigines. The Secretary for Lands gave notice of his intention to move the adoption of an address in opposition to the proposed dismemberment of the territory of New South Wales. On the motion of the Secretary for Lands. for the third reading of the Crown Lands Alienation Bill. Mr. Johnson moved the recommittal of the clause amended on the last sitting day, on the motion of Mr. Holden, in order to carry. out. what he said were the intentions of the cornm inittee, namely, that the Crown Lands Occu pation Bill shall be perfected during the, pre sent session-to.come into operation at the same time as the Crown Lands Alienation Bill. This gave rise to some discussion, but the recommittal was carried, by- a.imajority of twelve to ten, and the clause was amended as proposed. The bilL:was then read a...

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Gems from Poets. LIFE IS ONWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

LIFE IS. ONWARD. Life is onward-use it With a forward aim; Toil is heavenly, choose it, SAnd its warfare claim. Look not to another To perform your will, Lot not your own brother Keep your warm hand still, Life is onward-never Look upon the past; It would hold you ever In its clutches fast. Now is your dominion, Weave it as you please Jind not the soul's pinion To a bed of ease. Life is onward-try it, Ere the day is lost; It hath virtue-buy it, At whatever cost. If the world should offer Every precious gem, Look not at the scoffer, Change it~not for them. Life is onward--heed it, In each varied dress, Your own net cani speed it On to happiness. -. His bright pinion o'er you, Time waves not in vain, - If Hope chants before you Her prophetic strain. Life is onward-prizo it In sunshine and in storm i Oh ! do not despise it In.its humblest form. IHope and joy together, Standing at the goal, . Through life's darkest weather, Beckon on the soul.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

NOTICE. Duntroon and Canberra Agency. nMR. A. Wo?THERSPOON is the - appointed Agent for this Paper. for the above-mentioned places, nid is instructed to receive Subscribers' names, moneys, and orders Ifoi: Job Printing. ON SALE, T the Office of this Paper, MASTERS' AND SERVANTS'.' FORMS OF AGREEMENT. Register your Dogs. PRINTED FORMs for the purpose can be obtained at this Office.-Frice Threepence. The GOLDEN AGE, QUEANBEYAN- AND ' MONARO'. DISTRICTS ADVERTISER, IS PUBLISHED every T?nuRsDAYn morning, S.at the Olflic, Monaro-street, Qucnmbeynn, and for warded by that day's Mails to all parts of the Colony. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, 5s. 6d.; on Credit, Gs. 6d. per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance, £1. Single copies, 6d. SThe ,uarters terminate on the 3Slt December, 31st March, 30th June, and 30th September, at schich periods only can S•ubscribers decline by giring notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current Quarter. eNro Subscribers can be received at any lime, ...

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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

LATES'T NEWS. NEW.LOGisLATIVE COUNCIL.-The fbllow iag are the names of those who have been nominated to seats in the Legislative Council as they appear in the supplement of the Go vermnmnt Gazette of. Friday last:-James ]lyrnes, William Bede Dalley, John fDaw son, William Day, John Dickson, George Graham, James Giles, William Hardy, Wit-il liamn] Hellyer, Edward Smith Hill, Rowland Broadhurst Hill, William Innes, George Leary, James Murphy, George Oakes, Alexr. L]rown Portus, Charles Richardson, James Taylor, George Thornton, John Gough Wal ler and John Williams, Esquires. GOULwctN QUARTER SESSIONs.-ThCse Ses- sions commenced and closed on Monday last, there being but three cases on the calender, which were thus disposed of :-John Hurley, horse-steidling, Qucanbeyan, guilty;. 2 years in Goulburn gaol,.the first and last weeks in solitary confinement. George Lewis, cattle stealing at Walla LWalla, not guilty; dis charged William H-larmer, larceny, guilty; 12 months' hard labour in Pa...

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

0inoueltcral ?ietlt?ci.qe. -0 QUEANBEYAN WHOLESALE ,PRICES CURRENT. " GOLDEN Aa" Office, May 9. WHIIEAT.--G. Od. to Gs. Gd. per bushel. FLoUR.-Fine, £22 per ton; seconds, £20. BREAD.-8d. BRAN.;--l 8d. 3d. bushel MATIZE.-5s. to Os. Od. per bushel. BARLEY.E-4s. 0. to 4s. Gd. OATs.-5s. to 5s. Gd. per bushel. HAY.-£4 to £0 per ton. BUTTER.--10d. to 1s. per lb.. CUnESE.-Gtd. to 7d. per lb. BAcoN.-Gd. to Od. per lb. Eaas.-ls. Od. to ls. Gd. per dozen. POTATOES -G- . per cwt. FAT CATTLE.- £5 10s. to £7 10s. per head. CALVEs.--£l 1 5s. per head. SIIEEP..-16s. to 20s. per head. ...... Pros.-Gd. per 1b. '?A rrow.-£28. to £80 per ton, good samples. iHrnEs.--s. Gd. to Os. each. SnEE'SPKINS.-4jd. to (ild.per lb. CARRIAGE PlER.TON. Sydney to Queanbeyan, £8 10s. to £10 Queanboyan to Coomna, £4 10s. to £5. QUOTATIONS AT THE MILLS. FINE FLOUR .......... 22 P ton. SECONDs........... . .£20 ,, BRAN ................ Is. d. 7~bushel POLLAkRD .............. dS. Gi.: per :bushel. GIrna .... . Is. Gd. :b b...

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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. Fromn SYDNEY (vila ]Bungnuldorc),-IMoitday, Tlhursday Saturday, at Eleven n.mn. (via Gundaroo),-Wednesday and Satur S; ,day, at half-past Six p.m. Froil COOMA,--Mondaihy, 'Wcdiceday, and Saturdaty, itt . Eight a.m. lrhom LANYON,-Wcdncaday and Saturdlay at Eight a.m. ])EPARTURES. To SYDNEY (via B ungendore),-Mondtay,cWednesday, and Saturday, at hinlf-past Nine n.m. ,, ia Gundaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, at Six, n.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon. To LANYON,-Sutday and 'TLhursday, at Three p.m.

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CAUSE OF LOLA MONTES' DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

SCAUSE OF LOLA MONTES' DEATII. Tni American papers continue to relate romantic stories about the late Lola Montes. The Philadelphia Press relates the following :-A few months ago she was attacked withparalysis, which ended in death. The cause of this attack re mains to be related, and we shall men tion it here. When Lola went to Cali fornia as an actress, she engaged an agent. This gentleman was a married man, with two children, and seeing him unhappy in their absence, she presented him with sufficient money to bring them and their mother on. Shortly after their arrival the husband died. Lola then adopted the widow and orphans educated the latter at Mrs. Willad's seminary at Troy. An officer in the United States navy fell in love with one of these girls, and Lola, literally acting " in loco parentis," approved of his suit. 'During her last visit to England, the marriage took place, Lola did not again, encounter her protege (who accom panied her husband toyj t distant State where he ...

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Parliamentary. FRIDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

o- FRIDAY, MAY 8. IN the Council, - . The assent of the Administrator of the Government was anriounced to several Bills. .On the motion: of 0the Secretary for Lands, Monday next was made a sitting day. Pri vate bills;'l however, by his consent, 'to take precedence. The Crown Lands Alienation Bill was ta ken into committee of the whole on re-conr mittal. 'Thee only important alteration was the res toration of clause 8 to the form in which it was proposed, so as to restrict the purchase of improvements upon runs to. 640 acres in each block of twenty-five square miles. The Loan Bill and tle 'Gold"' Fields 'Bill were brought up from the Assembly and. read *a first time. The Appropriation Bill (1861) was read a second time, and the Insolvency Commis sioner's Bill was read a third time and passed. The bill for the limitation of. mining partner ship liabilitieswvas gone through in commit tee. :The TVahgunyah Murray River Bridge Bill: was passed and returned to the Assembly without :amendme...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. News to the 26th of March. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRIAPIH.] ARRIVAL OF .THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. News to the 26th of March. TniE Mail Steamer Jeddo arrived at King George's Sound on the 5th inst., and the Balclutha arrived at Adelaide with the mails on Thursday last. The folldwing is the Goulburn Chronicle's telegram : ENGLAND. Parliament had adjourned for the Easter recess on the 22nd of March. The Duchess of Kent, her Majesty's mother, died on the 10th of March. The building for the Exhi bition of 1862 has been commenced, and, the guarantee-deed signed to the extent of £300,000. The Gazette, of 6th of March, officially announces the appointment of Sir John Young as Governor-in-Chief of New South Wales. The Yelverton marriage case was decided in favour of the lady, and caused great ex citement. The Great Eastern was to sail for New York on the 1st of May. The London bricklayers and masons had re-commenced the strike. The Red Sea and Indian Telegraph' Bill 'has passed through the Iouse of Lords, and received the Roya...

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TUESDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 16 May 1861

TUESDAY, MAY 7.1 - THE Legislative Council met at the usual hour; . The Secretatj for Lands moved the second reading of the Gold-Fiela~ Bill?f'1861, ir~ing it upon the attention of theoHouse as a mat ter which absolutely required legislation with without delay. The bill was read a' second time,' and'the committal fixed for Wednesday.' The House went into committee for the fur ther consideration of the Crown iLands Occu pation Biill. Mr. fDeas Thomlison proposed an amend merit in the 13th clause in reference to leases, that the word " existing" should be inserted with a view to amend the clause further by making the leases, in the second class settled districts for five years, and in the unsettled districts for ten years. The Secretary for Lands said he should not divide the committee on either of the amend ments, which were severally agreed. The Secretary for Lands proposed a further amendment, providing that leases of old runs, at the expirations of the present leases, shall be ren...

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