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Metropolitan News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 June 1861

00 VOLUNTEER NIahT ATTACK.--The quiet city of Sydney was last night disturbed from its usually tranquil state by most warlike sounds, nothing lcss than the storming of a battery at Lady Macquarie's Chair. It has long been anticipated by the volunteers and the public generally, that the former were to have a night's exercise by attacking one of the forts. Last night was chosen for the purpose, and a more beautiful one could not be. - The moon rose at half-past. eight o'clock. The volunteers had orders to muster at the Brig-. ade-otlice, at nine o'clock, at.which hour a very large number had assembled. The mil-, itary were placed on garrison duty for the evening, instead of the volunteers to enable. the whole of the latter to take part in the, night attack, as it is termed. At half-plist.: nine, the Sydney Battalion, after preparatory drill; and hlaving had ten rounds of blank: cartridge served out to each man, marched away from the Brigade-office in.sections of,. companies. The plan ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 June 1861

Thorley's Food for Cattle, As used in Her Majesty's Stables, His Royal Highness the Prince Consort's Farm, Windsor ; throughout the Royal Military Stables of Prussia, by order of his Excellency Lieu tenant - General Willissen, Head Master of the Horse. OR HORSES it is indispen sible in promoting and sustaining all the animal -functions in health and vigour. For MILCH COWS it is invaluable, increas ing theq'uantity and'improving the qudlity.o6f milk. ' For beasts nothing can compare with it for feeding quickly. For sheep and pigs the effect produced in one month will exceed all expectation. It is a compound of the purest vegetable ingredients. It promotes the healthy action of the digestive organs. It converts the com monest provender into good food. It fattens quicker than any known diet. It produces flesh firmer and better flavoured.. It. is free from injurious or mineral ingredients. Its continued use strengthens the constitution. It is adapted for all kinds of stock. ALFRED BURT,...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 June 1861

Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY.   WILFULLY TORTURING A COW. --- Robert Small, alad of about 16, appeared on sum- mons to respond to the complaint of William Rusten, for having on Sunday the 19th May, willfully tortured a milch cow, of which com-   plainant had charge for another person, by shootong the said cow with an arrow and pelting her with stones. According to the evidence of the complainant, on the day men tioned he discovered the cow in question to have been wounded in several places with some sharp instrument .Sheo¶as bleeding at the time. He drew the attention of a consta ble to the matter;' but was not then aware whoe inflicted the injuries. Knew the defen dant before the Court, who lived within 100 yards of complainant's house at Dodsworth. To bring'the charge home to the defendant, the evidence of John Itusten and Thomas Mackey, two lads of about the same age as Small, was taken. The former of these de posed he' knew the defendant, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 June 1861

S OURT ??OF REQUESTS. . There were oleveoncases.; ton of which were, settled out of Court. C. EmaNs of Klandra, v . Dixon, of the Afonaro. "ltarcury,~ Cooma.-Thls 'case having been heard at Itiandra, tbhe plaintiff had 'ap plied asnl had summonses issued =from, the Cooma Court, they not being aware' of the same. Case dismissed ; having no jurisdiction tunder the Court of Rcquests Act, which net tied the plaintiff exceedingly. Prisoners' Escort - On Wednesday morning June 5th, Martin Shanahan, for trial on a   charge of rape; and William Kelly, sentenced to six months imprisonment for horse stealing leave Cooma for Micalago, en route for   Goulburn. Also, Charles Chippendale, leaves   the same day for Albury on a chage of   wholesale horse stealing.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 6 June 1861

- --0-- KIANDRA..-The escort, which arrived in Queanbeyan on Monday night. brought down the following amount of gold, from Kiandra, 727 ozs. 18 dwts. 8 grs. We were informed by the sergeant in charge that the weather, at Kiandra still remains intensely cold, the snow lying deep on the ground. From the Monaro Mercury we learn that the tunnelling parties are all hard at work, but sluicing claims are all stopped and snow-balling now seems to be the order of the day. A nugget weighing 5 ozs. was picked up at the Lower Falls by an Italian girl. The Company who leased eight acres below the falls will be ready for washing in about a fortnight, and are very sanguine of success.   BRAIDWOOD GOLD NEWS.--After all the hardships which the diggers of the Valley of the Araluen have had to encounter since the never-to-be-forgotten flood of February, 1860, there appears to be now, thanks to the dry weather, a fair prospect of their making up the losses incurred by them. During the past...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF TIIE WESLEYAN CHAPEL, QUEANBEYAN. JN commemoration' of the First =.: Anniversary of this Place of Worship, ON SUNDAY, 23rd of JUNE,: TWO S ERMONS Will bo Preached by the REV. H. H. GAUD of Yass. The Morning Service will commence at 'Eleven o'clock, the Evening Service at Seven. . On MONDAY, the 24th inst., there will be "TEA MEETING, ni nission free of charge: Tea on the tables at Six"o'clock p.m. ; to be immediately; fol lowed by . a .PUBLIC MEETING At which ADDRESSES will be given by several Ministers.and other Gentlemen. {,Collections in aid of the Building Fund will be'made after each Sermon, and at the" close of the Public Meeting. g For'the convenience of Visitors friom the ?.ountry, ample accommodation will be pro vided by Friends in the Town. Who 's for the New Diggings, : Brooks' Creek, Gundaroo? ' J:: N. WOODMAN'S LINE OF A MER, I[C :AN C OACHES Between QUEANBEYAN and GOUL BURN, via Gininderra, Gundaroo,; .: - Brooks' Creek Diiggings, 'and . Collector....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Gems from Poets. THE BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

-*0-o-- TH.E 'BEAUTIFUL. -~ Tni beautiful ! the beatiful ! . Where do we find it not? - dItis an all-pervading grace, And lightens every spot. It sparkles on the ocean wave ; It glitters in the dew; I We see it in the glorious sky, And in the flowret's hue. On mountain top, in valley deep, We find its presence there : The beautiful, the beautiful ! It liveth everywhere. Thei glories of the noontide day, .?The still:and solemn night, IThe changing seasons, all can bring Their tribute of delight. .There's beauty in the dancing beam, That brighten's ehildhood's eye ; And in the Christian's parting glance, Whose hope is fixed on high. Then who shall say this world is dull; And all to sadness given, While yet there lives on every side, The smile that came from heaven ? .If so much loveliness is sent : To grace our earthly home, flow beautiful, how beautiful, Will be the-world to come ! ANONYMOUS.iNd~nrrr

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

NOTICE. Our Agents who have not sent us Statements of Accounts up to March 31st, are re quested to do so at once, before the Ac counts for the quarter ending 30th inst., are rendered. Subscribers and Advertisers whose rendered Accounts remain unsettle, areparticu larly requested to pay the sane wtthout further delay. It is imposiible that we can pay our way if they will not pay, their's.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

The GOLDEN AGE, . QUEANIIEYAN AND M?ON'ARO :DISTRIOTS' ADVERTISER, TS PUBLISHED every THmURSDAY morning, at the Ollice, Monnro-street, Qucanbeyan, and, for warded by that day's Mails to all parts of tlhe Colony. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, Gs. 6d.; on Credit, 60. 6d. per Quarter. Per Annum, in advance, £1. Single copies, 6d. The Quarters terminate on the 31st Decenber, 31st farch, 30th June, and 30th September, at wtoich periods only can Subscribers decline by giving notice, and payin~ the amount due to the end of the current Quacrter. Aeo Subscribers can be received at any time, and charged fronm :te date of,: ;:' thceir commnencement. TERMS OF. ADVERTISING : { Two lines or less of space ( Sigle s: & Colunm)................. .. 1 0 Tour lines.......;......................;.: 2 0 Six lines ............... ...... Eight lines, or one inch ........ 3 0 Every additional inch," ls. 6d.-each insertion No Advertisenent wailt be bookedfor less than 3s. On advertilenients cont...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

ARRIVALS. From SYDNEY:(?a flungohdore),-Monday, Thursday Saturday, at Eleven a.m. : (ria Gundaroo),-?Wednesday and Satur day, at half-past Six p.m. From.COOMA,-Monday;, Wednc day, and Saturday, at - Eight a.m. From LANYON,-VWednesday and Saturday at Eight a.m. -DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (via ]ungendore),-Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, at Nine a.m. , (ia Gundaroo),-Suindnay and Thursday, at Six, a.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon. To LANYON,-Sunday and Thursday, at Three p.m.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

IMPOUNDINGS. I ro.ie te Gorerne,,,,n Gazette, JunG ?41t, At 1lJUGENLDORE, on the 25th day of May, from Long gSwhmp;" dalnitges, and driving 39. cach:--Black horse,, snmall star, doclked tail, W off shoulder; bay mare, black points, shod, pullcd tail, fe? wlwitc hairs on forehead, white ion off hini fqtloekt, with 22 over and-l. under near stioulder. itar hyy :nmare, black .points,-fore eeLshed;, saddleo.mts, pullfd tail, Illegible brand like -will S over and T under in heart near shoulder; brownish mare, few tylhid l alrs on forehead, little white on rff hind heel,.fore feet shld,.illegiblel-lrand on both shoulders. If nodt're i6as?edvlthin li'days from the date of publica tionzi rill be sold. ... . .. . f. J.J BYix, Poundkeeper. ACOIDwNT AT Tni iMUDii?E CATTLE. Snow. L-Thi'd lIresatcrn -Post says;:-An . accident whichl might .have'bcen attended -with fihtal result~happened to Mr. A. Everett, of Sydney, the gentleman ,who has the contract for:the erection of ,the ;now gaol. M·r. -Ev...

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THE PRINCE AND THE UMBRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

THE PRINCE AND TIHE UMBRELLA. One day his Royal Highness was taking a walk between Cam bridge and Madingley when a shower coming on, he solicited shelter in one of the roadside cottages. The good woman of the house courteously dusted a chair with her apron, and re quested the prince to take a seat, which he did,-and entered into a comfortable chat. As the rain made no signs of leaving off, the prince requested the loan of an umbrella, and the old lady, who being ignorant of the rank of lier guest, said that she possessed two umbrellas, a silk one and a cotton one. The silk one she made a rule never to lend, but if the gentleman would not mind the cotton one, he was welcome to that; he need not send it all the "way from Cambridge, but if he would leave it at a certain stall in the market, on Saturday, it would" do just as well. The iinA?cdiaccepted the offer, and paegardless of the ' Sairey Gamp" ppe1arnicet of the shelter, made .hi:~ va?g le?y eath his shade to Ma'diigley.. In the a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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TO SOME OF OUR "SUPPORTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

TO SOME OF OUR " SUPPOR TERS." To those of so-called, "supporters," who allow their printer's bills to run for three or four years, and theni grumble when they are threatened to be sued for the same, we recommend a perusal of tihe following, which .we lately, cut out of an American paper. If those " supporters" do not mend, we shall be compelled,ilike our American brother, to publish them in our obituary : "A. subscriber to one of thel eastern papers, a few years ago, being sadly in arrears for the same, promised the edi tor that if his life was spared to a! :cer-: -tain day, he would without fail discharge his bill. The day passed and tl,e bill' was not paid. The conclusioni?therefore, was that the man was dead-absolutely defunct. Proceeding on this conclusion, the editor in his next paper' placed the name of the delinquent under his obitu ary head, with the attending" circum stances of time and place., Pretty soon after this announcement, the subject of it appeared to the editor, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Latest European News. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

Latest European News. ARRIVAL OF THE-:MAIL FOR the. subjoined telegrams we are;i n :"rbtea to the papers 'brought_ by t night's mail, .which enables us thus early to lay the same before odu readers-? (PER ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH,] The P. -and O., Company 's steamier, Northam,. arrived 'at Melbourne' ati:380 yesterday (Sunday) afternoon, bringing English and European news to the 28th of April Fort Sumpter surrendered to the re volutionits of South Caroliua after 4l( houirs' .cannonade. " 'Major0? Andersodi conmpelled :'to .strike :his: flag:: :Intense. excitement in T·ashington.; Attack ex pected, and 'great preparations. in. the war department. . President Lincoln is calm, cooli-andn collected. _: :.". ' :r An extra session.of Southern congress. summoned: Each revolted state, except Floiida, 'o furnish 3000 soldiers. The European news is threatening Denniark is about to go to War. with Prussia. 4 France will side with' Denmark. There has been great "disturbince in Polah'd, 'wheren he Ru'...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

THE DOCTOR. (BY TLE AUTORn OF (' RA ANwD iIs FRIENDS,'" IN " GOOD WORS.") EVERYBoDY knows the doctor; a very- im portant person, he is to us all. What 'could we do.without him?, Ho brings us. into the world, and tries to :keep us.aslong as he c an and agilong as' oirlbodies can: hold togethei; arid he'is. with us: at:. that last and "strange ho-urwhichivwill coime to us all, -when we mustleave this vorild and go into the next. Whllen e are well we perhaps think little about the doctor/,or perhaps .we" have our joke at him and lIis drugs ? but' let anything go wrong with' our body, :that wonderful tiaber 'nicle in which our soul dwells, :let any of-its wheels go wrong, then off we fly to the doc tor1 :,:If the mother thinks h.er husband or child dying," how Sie runs, to hi?ni, and urges him witli her tears ! how she watches his face, and follows his searchLing eye, as he ex amines the dear sufferer:i how sihe wonders what:'ie thinks--what she would give to know what he knows! how she...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

FonRERY.-In our last week's issue we alluded to a recent forgery of which we had to beconib the. victims, we are sorry to find that we' are not the only suffbrers .from such casualities. A cheque for three pounds some odd shillings, came into the hands' of the Maniager of the Joint Stock Bank here the other day, the figure three having been con verted into thirty in the' lower corner, while the manuscript words in the body of: the cheque had been made to correspond with the figures, by writing over them with a broad nibbed pen and very thick ink.-- Wagga WTagga Express. TsIE. LATE CASE or LIBEL.-Not a word fell fromi the Crown' Prosecutor dutingi the late Sessions as to the case of Gitrney v. Wat son' for libel, therefore we may safely,donclude that: the matter id at .an'end.-iBraidwood Dis patch.' RoAns:-The .following sums have been placed to the credit of the Cooma Bench, to be.expeided on the roads specified :--From Micalago 'to Cooma,,87 miles,. £370: from Cooma to-.Bombala, 23...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Metropolitan News. THE ENSUING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. (Communicated to the Empire of Wednesday.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

-0 ------O-0----* TIHE ENSUING SESSION Or PARLIA LIAMENT. (Communicated to the Empire of Wednesday.) Some imperfect.and'partly erroneous stite ments having yesterday been made publi6din reference to the intentions of the Government in connection with the forthcoming session of Parliament, it is very desirable that the coun try,should be set right as.to the real state of thq.case. The following, therefore, will be found isubstantially correct, . beinig derived from a source of unquestionable autlhenticity. It is quiite true that the Parliainentwill not be called together before August next. It is also true that .Bills for- the Alienation and Occupation of Crown Lands, for the recon structioni of the. Legislative Council, and .for,, the Amendment of the Publicans' Act, wvill'bie' introduced,.bliesides -the Estimates and 'the Appropriation :Act ; and ilome-"minor Bills affecting the importation and. distillatioii of perfumed'spirits-of.which very little account need:be made. There is' ...

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Local Intelligence. THE RECREATION GROUND. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

-0- THE RECREATION GROUND. PUBLIC MEETINKG:. ,.. PUNisUANr to advertisement, a,public meet ing was 'held obi Thuirsday last "at tlih Cour, House to takeiato consideration the prop;iety of petitioning the Goveriiment for peraiIsion.. to enclose and improve the recieation grotnd on the south-west end of the .town: ' Th~' t' tendance was very' numerous and respectable; both the town and the district being fully represented. On the motion of Mr. J. J. Wrlight; Thomas Rutlerdge, Esq.. J. P., of Mololonglo was voted to the chair. The Chairman, having read the advertise" ment convening the meeting, observed that he ,was exceedingly pleased with the :compliment paid to'him by the meeting in placing him in the honorable position he then occupied. De sirous of proceeding with the business for which they were. met, without further occupying ,their time he should. call upon the gentleman who held the first, resolutioni: William:Davis, -EsqJ. 'PI,, :rose and said that the old', recreation ground...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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NEW ZEALAND. WAR PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

NEW ZEALAND. WAR PROSPECTS.' WE have intelligence from Taranaki to the   14th May. The latest issue of the Taranaki Herald reports that the Waikatos had" re solved to 'support the King ' movement, and that the Ngotirnanuis, who had refused to accept the terms of peaces had been requested by the Waikatos to inform them immediately if they were attacked by the British troops. There seems every prospect'of renewed hos- tilities on a more extensive scale than ever, and the following extract from a private letter, will show that even at Taranaki the peace concluded was but ephemeral and illusory:- New Plymouth, May 14th; 18t; " Last night, t one ,rf ai family of the   unae of 'Bishop, from the 'Omnato Stoch;nde, when passing Mr. WVilliam George's farm 1?.bpulL thrce miles from the town), he heard the reps- of a gun, and a hail passed close by him. hlie looked around and walked three paces on, when ituorher i.tll passed him. So much for our peace.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 13 June 1861

POLICE COURT. POLICE PROMOTION.--On Thursday last the Queanbeyan Bench promoted constable M. Rielly to the post of district constable at Bun- gendore, and constable Moran to be district constable at Micalago. PETTY LARCENY.--Thomas 'Macourt, ap     prehended on Saturday last, for, stealing cheese from the counter of Mr. J. J. Wright's Store; was convicted of the offence before the police magistrates and W. F. Hayley, Esq. on .Wednesday, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment. PRISONER'S ESCORT.--Martin Slhanahan, committed by the Cooma bench for rape, and Thomas Kelly sentenced by the same bench to six months imprisonmeet for illegally riding a horse, passed through Queanbeyan on Mon day under escort for their destination at the Goulburn Gaol. EUROPEAN MIAILS BY THE JEDDO.--The   mail steamer Jeddo leaves Sydney with the homeward mails on Saturday the 22nd inst. Intending correspondents will perceive that consequently Wednesday next will be ...

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