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ITALY. Turin, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862
?' * '' ITALY. ^ Turin. MayJ 9. A despatch from Brescia luinounccs that A-:strian troops have occupied the line of Larro di fSarda. Tlie Tnrin papers usssrt tliat tl\csc troops an; fully provided with everything necessary for a campaign. The same papers state that nn order of the dav had bcua issued, nrrfnc tbe Chasseurs to bravery, anil djelariug that tlie road to Slilau liiid been 'j^m il to the Asstri.-.n army by tiiu revolution at Uiirgumo and Brescia. Hay 20, Evening. The Mritto of to-day bas been seized tor publishing as address of the Kinancipatii-n Society ujwin the events which have recently fclkeil place at Bivseia. The Offi.'hcl Gazette states that the guard of the prison at Brescia, consisting of t5|rlifc lsien. did not fire until tiie nssniiiflg party, having limkcnin tbedonr. attsmntcd totatc violent i'osses?ioa -if tlie fcuidit-n' arms. The Gaveraaient feela coiiSdeut that tiie country wi'.l n-jjot the i:i»;;lt tinrards the military enntained in ti.e protest of Gariba...
THE ELECTOR OF HESSE. Cassel, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862
TIIS ELECTOR OF HESSE. Cassel. Mav 20. A Co-Jiiot! of Ministers was held yester thiy evening, under the presidency of tbe Elector, to consider tbe ultimatum of tbe Prs1; 'ian GovcrnuiRnt. The sitting lasted till aearly 11 o'clock, when it was resolved to reject tbe ultimatum. The Prussian Ambassador at Cassel. Hcrr Von Sydow. hns broken 01F diplomatic relations with rhe Hessian Government, and tbe Ambassador of Hesse at Berlin has been recalled. FranUfort-on-Mcinc. Tcesday. An extraordinary sitting of the Federal Diet touk place yesterday, in which the re presentative of Electoral Hesse declared tltatbis Government was williii'rto suspend the elections, under the supposition that tbe resolution uf the Federal Diet constituted a forma! prohibition. The Federal Diet, however, merely re ferred him to the precise wording of its resolution.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862
Birth. On the 12th instant, at her residence, Omar-street, Ipswich, Mrs. P. Carmody, of a son. Married. On the 8th July, by the Rev. Father Scully, at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich, by special license, Edward Boland to Christina, second eldest daughter of Mr. John Riordan, builder, Elizabeth-street, Sydney.
[TELEGRAM FROM MELBOURNE.] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862
[TELEGRAM FROM MELBOURNE.] To Messrs. J. and G . Harris. ERIN-GO-BRAGH put into Hobart Town for provisions. Sails again to- day. BRIGHT BROS., AND Co. Melbourne, 18th July, 1862. &nbsp; Within the past fortnight great anxiety has been felt concerning the, Erin-go-Bragh, which has a large num- ber of emigrants for Queensland on board. The anxiety was heightened by the non-receipt of any report of the vessel having been spoken by the out- ward bound ships that have arrived in the colonies during the last six weeks. Brief as the above announcement, it will be hailed with gladness by the friends, and relations , of many of the passengers, who began to entertain fears as to the safety of the vessel,; and the promptitude, with which the Messrs. BRIGHT and the Messrs. HARRIS have &nbsp; acted to ensure publicity of the vessel's &nbsp; safety and allay anxiety, is deserving of conmendation. The Erin-go-Bragh may be looked for in the Bay within the next week or ten da...
THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. THE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
THE GIIKAT 1XTKKXAT10XAL KXH1B1TI0X. Tin: o?exinu. ! Oti: sai-oiid -J.-eat Iutrrnf.ti-nul EshiWtion «?:!?» ojicmd at South Kcu»ingtuu --n the 1st of M.i v. »vitJi a!i Ifciiltinp ceremony, and with cnai liijre tlu;u Imped-ror success. -In lfi-l ; the royal onnmUsiuncrs were more ansions. j na'i tlic piililiii may have had greater txpec- | ut'oiis. Exliittitions had tln:u a fivs'jTiess i and a novelty which made Sir Joseph Pax- | toa's jrreat ^lass stmeture aud everything , (Kinncctcd witb it seem almost liue a ro mance. The ivhiiV thine: »vas new and un- j trii-i. An imlustrial collection upou so vast i a sc.ile was an oxperiiner.t, the huilding I 'itself was an experiment. Ou the pnascut j occxsiiui, n.i',«idv prophesied tint, though finis i:id imu might do for a. d»te'K coa s.-r\atorv. they ivouSd nut hold together whsu employed to roof 25 acres. There wure no hnnid visions of a falling dome, drown ?nir tlus cmsli of tiiu ill i=( opening choruii ; no fears lest lAliilm sbonld -bs l...
THE PRUSSIAN ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
THi: I'BCSSIAX ELECTIONS. (Fro,.-- tlif XjOvh.) Our iwiiIcts v.- ill remember tliat last Mal^l* j tlij -O.iiijiituti'iiiai'' King cf I'r:tssla dis- i M'lv^i ;,;.; Vai\i\axut because it as]:ed llist : the mi-ni-ys voti-il fur tlic civil necessities of j tlio &?atu slionlJ nut l^c s^naujcrpd in in- : | iivi-Mns tbe anuv. In oi-di-r to farther : . marl; liU ieproi-..i!ioa «-f all sacli ' JLiK-valU- 1 | ing' t.-nA;!i-ii.-a. li^ uiiinissul five of Iiis | ministers wlm l:nd lj:i:!)i;Vsti-(I a J.-sirc to carrj- on tli:1 (.-«v,-:ni:u!at cuastituUGnallv, i ! anil *3ii)-i'!:ei! their jilaeras bv .ilil t^invrals I aaJ u«in:r'trt.L- L!:c5.' lie ^Iso caiiuj on j his |-wi]ilo to crrc-p-na t.» Iiis paternal j s,,!Iv=.f.i.V. for tlw:r «,-Usr-: l.y ruling pm jiur :;]iil i'.isriv«t men to I'arliauii'nt. who ! m-.aU Uatrn- li.™- to assi.-t !i:s ilajestv iu n-.wfnii::j t!i« countrj'. Tl:« jwoplu have n.-i:ly n-s;Mi,!d tu thi? CJiil. On last Sun day ':1»- tSi-L-tioiis »vm lurid. aaSa t:iunmli an...
FRANCE CULMINATING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
l?ilAXCE CULMINATING. (From tl« -YatwnJ) Whatever charges may t~ brought i against tie Emperor Xa;-oleot,, there is ! one from which llie vciee of his ©on- j temporaries 'aud of posterity must alike j abijlve him, that, namely, of neglecting any occasion or pretence of advancing j t!ia honour au J itjiutatioa of Fniucu, ur i of ui.ikiug her iufluciicu felt and her i views respected. Asuuiiiiur the siovera- I went at a moment of great 112.lion.ul j depression, lie lias ever sir.ee cteadilr | persevered ia a cjurso which has resulted ; ia placing ihe Sewud J'lni'iirc in a : position whicli was ngver occupied by \ the First, :iud in raising ii to a pre- , eminence in the political councils of the j world which has becu wieMed by noi:c, | at least since the death of the Emperor | Charles V. And, now', wherever French j interests mar be even remote!*- involved , tlieir development is unswervingly and most deitcu-ui!y pursued up to t!:e teeuring of. their predominance, or, at j any rate, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
NOTICE. MB. O'BONNELL will open SCHOOL in Wharf-street, on MOM) AY, 21st instant. Tlie School-room, is commodious, wcll venblated, and fully supplied with 'Urarwe'^t-TOn ttiljlugli1* WdWntl'Mllfeale with Mr.O'Donnell on or before Monday, as the number of children to be admitted is limited. NOTICE. I ARCHIBALD MUKEAT. Blacksmith. m of Margaret-street, Toowoomba, do hereby TRANSFER »U my BOOK DEBTS to Mr. JOHN MITCHELL, Wheelwright, of Toowoomba : and the receipt of die said John Mitchell will be a sufficient discharge of tlie same. ? (Signed) ARCHIBALD MURRAY. JOHN MITCHELL. Witness— Peiee Muui-Hr. July 16. 1S62. NOTICE. fPHE Undersigned requests that all AC M. COUNTS against him may be Ren dered for liquidation. At the same time requests that all ACCOUNTS due to him may be Settled without delay, as he intends tearing Ipswich on or nhont 30th Jnly. D. DOUGHERTY. Bowen House, Ipswich, 19th July, 1862. T.nwT. WOB. SALE. COB.AL and SHELL, in any quantity. Apply te ? W. TBOTTEB. ? Brisba...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
NEW ZEALAND. We have Auckland papers to the 1st of I July. i OirEstsaoF tiie CoeomaxdelCJold-Field. j CoTomaudel has been proclaimed a gold- j field. j Diggers arc going there every day by the . coasting fleet now laid on at Auckland. 1 Sir George Grey concluded terms with the I natives. irrespcctU-c of T. nira. j In this, lioucvcr. his Excellency experi enced some difficulty from tbc fact that they had been' in the receipt of £1 per day per man from five diggers, who thus acquired a riirbt to work on Paul's land. Tiiis simple fact shows the immense rich ness of Paul's land. After the natives had consented to accept Sir George Grey's terms, they brought a a mat and laid' it at his fevt. in token of handing over to him the territory. This was the identical mat which the Waikatos had sent douu to the Coroinandel natives, sisnifviug their right to that territory, by virtue' of the act of Te Hira and the Thames native?, handing it over to them at the great Piako meeting. His Excellency ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
IMPOUXDIXGS. At X.irth Brisbane, Sth July, ISCiby Mr. D. S. lAnrii;, for trespass in paddiu-!r, at Ki^Ij i!'or: a. Da liases anl driving 13s. ; — Dark Man ii-jrse. fia.ill stir in fmtli, m J, both faiuA fe:t litvc appircnrlr bwMi blistered, limnded Tike JF nt-ar ='.t'--jldcr trtth illegible brand over. If u jt released oa or »c£-re the 3rd day i-f-AsgiM. 1W2. v.-iil Ik sold.— Euacxu HcuaEi, PoanHkteper. Impannjed at Iiisnioh. from Femielawn Driving and trvsp.iss £1 pcrheail. : — Cliesmit mare and foal, streak. \V off, sh-mliler, Hke J O over U0 over O O over E ne»r filiouiiler; bi.iuk Ulirj. »tar, 41 over ISi near sliinldcr; ftre foot n-hite, like -VGTnc3r' slionldcr; ca'fy cult, lp;e JV aear^lioiiWert bay mare an 1 foal, star, F ovar PS over like OK near shoulder; tbes:int mare find S«I. star, C Oier MK-nsor =hoiiid-.-r. 2 acar tliigli ; tiay ei ire, hind txt lrliitt star. S over ~ n.-ar sh )ill»r, lik .i JF li!ot-:W oX suonldcr. iias a h---H on : bay horse. Ihii? ?vx mar «honMer. ...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
TASMANIA. We have news from Hobart Town to the 2nd iustanC The Hobart Town Aiwriittr states that Colonel Rronghton has just received infor mati- n that he is about to be relieved from the command of. the troops iu Tasmania. His successor will be Colonel Kempt. A re]Kirt from Lieutenant Brookcr, 1LN,, to his Excellency the Governor of Tasmania, is published in the papers, whitli details the operations in connection with the survey of George's Bay, on the east const. The Hobart Town Mrrcury says: — 'The facts disclosed iu this survey will prove of the highest practical value to the engineers to whom the qnestion of providing liarbour ae cnmmodatiou on that side of the island nixy hereafter be admitted.' Lieutenant Brookcr ' does not feel justified in undertaking any further operations unless tbe colonial government takes an actual participation in Sic expenses.' Mr. Gould, the Taemanian Government geologist, read before tbe Fellows of the Hobart Town Boyal Society, on the 1st instant,...
GARDENER'S CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
UA;:;»i-:N'i;fi-s cakesuai: voii ji xv. ! ? Fruit anl .Kitchen ' Rahlen.— Tli- jrohural ' tlii.iainj: atid pniii-ii^ .if the ;--acii. unr- ; tarine, »n;ipl^.- -penr, Sjr. ora.n£-, and -otlicr tre-rs shiii.1 l,e (IiisBcii. '»^!?aii a*n,iraii:s aad rli:ih_irb Imls, and plant h.trjy fruit ti-:-:s. as pj.-.eh, c'l.'rry. apricot, quinoi*. ap'^c. p ? ir. .iad ftJmond. Maauro dochluous fr:iit trco'. t'loircr *^r.1?n and Slimbh.Ti.;«. — Von- i* the pariu.l f..r laying tlie Cma Utiaaof a fiue J lawn— tiia a.ijj of rtritish sanioninc. Let I nil (?-?=:, t:i-:i.i3 W i-o np!,:r.-. ,m 1 tike stops. ] to fill up th;l-cJs isi the flower carilfn a« i tli.-y are -c!caaej. f ..r t'r.- ptirp:.se of oo:i- : ^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^M^^i ratfTr fit ^prin?. Trfuis:- ' ^H^s^t^^s^(H|PH35J|^jTotihaJri)r potatoes j aa.l other siHatn^r irr--« iag^rsp^- I
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, ?\Ve have Adelaide papers to the 25th ultimo. The Segottr of the 24th ultimo remarks that the present session of Parliament is likely to be largely occupied with the ques tion of roads and railsrayfi — a subject which has been allowed to sleep for some conside rable 'time. The discussions and Select Committees of 1857 ftWffijAjiagpfiifc8fcffflffft'' is evidently at the present time a reviving interest m the question of tramways. This is owing to a variety of causes. In the first place it is seen that our locomotive lines, after all the money expended upon them, yield scarcely any returns, towards paying the interest of the loans by which they have been constructed. Then the coostructiou, at Wallaroo, by private capital, of a tram Tray, which it is intended shall be suitable, ?when required, to be converted into » loco motive railway, has again drawn attention to the possibility of our laying down main lines of communication more durable and useful than common roads,...
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
MAIL ARK VXtJKUKS'TS AT TI1K POST OFFIt'Ei ? I '?''-?*- I irs-itirB. ? j^^Y-.- i [TorrtlBy. I1.:W a^3.!riiurs-lija^il Sni ff l-Y(Jij\ ^ -»jn. . *l*r. K ;*.m. ?tt'*rtt-ir^ i :M**Dii iv. luriii pja..Tjiar»d-»r a-.d San ' ft Thar^l v. S i-.ou; il»r,.i'iu'n- K-v»go 'TiLvlir, s^.111. ISaaJir. s ?? in. Hie fo.v.-.iia^ 5UiU arrive at t'.isir de^ti Bi:i-rate .. Diilv. Sunday csccpl^d, l'- a.m. 7\i.-W(.m5i«a 'VVcdrie-alay, 11 a.ia. ; Satur day, ?- p.m. De.vytox ? AVcduss-liv, iijuu; Satiinlvr, r, P.T,,: Waewick .. T:ies-lav. i p.m.'; Satnrday II iuiu Navasgo . . Friday, nuon. T»ic Mloviai Mails are contia^cnt Tor time --!i th.; arrivals of the steamers ; and fur t|j''«J sucU arranireiuents artf made 1= are uinst Hkelrtn liii-ef |-'ibli3 con vcukmcc, viz.: llaryb'Kioi;^U. G!a:T»toa-5. olid Iloikhamji tox, «rury nitoniat-.- Soaday or JIou- f diy. »-; nntiQvd ia tUe l-*cal p^-rs of fie previous Kridsy aud Satanlav. J«e«- Soutli Wales and 'the otii^r Austra . liau culjaies, as oj-p.irtanity oil'...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
VICTORIA. ? ExRTnoiAKE. — The following is from the Argus: — 'The earthquake, which was re- j ported as having occurred on Thursday after- j noon, was also observed at the Flag-staff ! Observatory. A slight tremulous motion, ! apparently from a northerly toward 8 a j southerly direction, was felt at seventeen minutes to five p.m. The vibrations were j slight, but quite distinct, And lasted for about two seconds. The magnetic instro- i munts, acting ill such cases also as sismo- i meters, oscillated rapidly; and it would '? rather appear, by a superficial esaminntinn of the observations, that one or two of the j piers were slightly displaced by the effect ! of the shock than that a striking change I took place in Hie value of the magnetic ele- j ments. No noise was heard, beyond that fully accounted for by the vibration. The ? weather immediatcly'bcforc tbc ocenrrence was dull and threatening and a smart breeze ! blew froai N.N.E:. which by seven hours .' shifted towards X., brinrinj...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862
WEEKLY CitESnAR. or* 6?C5 l WC3T i Havs'* High Water JO.T. =o- Kias. j sirs, j scr. -a toe tut — h ~m~ ~B.«T~'~ 57 ii.t^ ;AftnT. Silnnl.r IF, « 4!- S 20 | a S «»| : K j5un-u-- _l; ; r. so ; 5 3) - u s -i it\ ; 34 Ji..r,iiy_2Ll ri 4a 5 -JO ' 20 6 ' t S? 3 IS To-st»v._:3 6 J9 ?' S 21 ! rt S : a 4'l ' 4 V TT. Josu«v±r 6 49 5 SI j 22 & ? J ii , 4 4S Tl'iiylaviT. 14! ' iS ' a » .I!K' r » »Tiday _1 aj s .7 . ;a | a s i -J ! ' w T*i« s«n- Tisfnf and *#ttinfr If cs?-Tjlr-tiM tn mem fn— . Ilislnniwrat l.-«ii-IirnnrbO'jr«l3'-r.