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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

niPouxDixGs. At Ipswicli, from Bosevale. Driving and trespass £1 per bead : — Roan marc and foal, star. DC over D near shoulder; bav horse, star, like 179 over B near ribs; bay mare, star, like (J and other blotch bra-ids near ribs-, dark bay marc, J near rump, brands on ribs and shocider not legible ; bay marc, star. J near nnup. like 111 under saddle. If nnt released on or before 11th Ati^ast, ISG2. wiil be sold — A. Hazenkam;-, Pouudkccper. At Ipswich, from Fernielnwn. Driving and trespass £1 per bead: — {licsnut inane ' and f.,=il. streak, \V off shoulder. Sic JD over DC over 0 0 over E ncsi MipiiMlt; black iiisrc. star, JI over 1C2 near shoulder; bay r»!t,l'K near sfennljcr; Kay c»jt, near for.: f jot white, like \V'G near shoulder ; ta2'y colt, SikiFSnear Mioulder; hsv mare and foal, star, F over l'S over like OK near shoulder; chesnut mare and foaL star, C over 3IK near shoulder. 2 near thigh; bay mar.?, hind feet white, star, S over ' j* near shoulder, like JF blotched off s...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

ii-UL Ami.\x;-;EME:rrs at the Pi)j5T OFFICE. Jltinus \ l1''1^*!, 1 L:^ »jh. r riinrwl^j- .«u I Son ii xritey.SBia, . J»v.Sp.m. ' I ILuraJiT, S jua.' *iv,i'r.in. ^AS*:-^ ' i aas i ty, t p.m. f^uiiiii-. ^ |ijn. B:u.-'-.aku ., PaiJy, Sundsj* csijcpted, l«.t i -^ »' j TooiB«4)MBi , Wbdnesfby, 11 a.ai. ; Sitor- I day,-5p.-.n. i JJiLiYTOS ? Wedausiiy.iHXMi; Sat-.irdi'y, 6 p.m. '\Fjl-jwjck .. T^rfday, 4 p.Ti.; Saturday IIkju. STajsa^:-h) .. Friiiay, uooa. Tin foi!o-.via.; ^-.Ils are er.=tiup;nt for tic; os the iiiTivals oftlics'-oamers; aiidfor ? t.iL-se si-.-^Ii\ arriiii ^timiints arc niado as are nu---: likely to i.i'.-ctp-.ilrfise iavoaicaca,viz.: Maryboroairli, GU'lstoca, aid Soaldiamp toa, evjrr KltsrnaXe S'lntiy or SJV-:i- day, ai imafiel in the local papers cf thj jM-evijo-s FrMiy aad .Saturday. New South Wales an.1 r!ie other Austra lian culoairs, as opporttiaitv o5ers, usnallv twici' a w-wk- Hours of c5os inj exhibited at I'ost Olfica. Euroj«, oa eodiu day varyiag from the IStli t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

Apbica.:: Hohe of Grcmva Watkc. ? Livingstone, the African traveller, describes j r.n ingenious method by which the Africans i «btain water in the desert: — 'The women I *ie a bunch uf grass to one end of a reed ! almnt two fret long, and insert it iot-- a liolc j as deep as the ar:n will rcicli, thec rs:a o«w:i the wet sand firmly aroun'i it. Ap plying the rjoiitli f.. the free cud of the reed, thny fonn avacainu in the grrss beneath. 1 in which the wat«r collects, and in a short ! time rises to the month. It will be per ceived that this simple but truly pliiitlsuphi- \ cal mc'tlnid mi^bt bavi- been applied in many cases iu different countries, whore water was | greatly needed to the saving of life. It fKlin wonderful that it should have been now first known to the world, and that it should have been Habitually practised in Africa, probably for centuries. It seems worthy of being particularly noticed, thnt it may no longer be neglected from ignorance. It may be highly important to ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

WrEELT CALESBAn. I tv IKK» °»* ' SF:I i MOW'S iltlOH WiTOl lliarrfvS1 t(i ! ia SI ,«jt! ; | -VJ»«._ 'ia; Ci7 i 521 =5 « |J^l 746 Ssturisi- iq « 45 5 a iS 8 ; 0 4 ; 9 3i Koti'sy _i7 6 43 ' SI! 0 2 ij 0 : 10 £- - Tt~,-iij_2S «^! : Si- 1 2 ; ;n 3 1 0 o TT«liisaijM C 44 ! 5 i7 ! 3 S u i! I 0 « 1 . . .. I . . ' i ! , ? i . Tt*«iin'«riMu- and (ic't-iu,.' is caimlatcd to mu toe. Hiffa water at f;~v.'-h r.jo- buur,, liltx.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE QUANTITIES OF SEED REQUIRED TO SOW A GIVEN EXTENT OF SPACE. (From the "Gardener's Chronicle") [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

THE QUANTITIES OF SEED BF. QUIUED TO SOW A GIVEK EX TEST OF SPACE. (From the ?? Gardener's Chronicle.') The Messrs. Drummond, secdesmnn, nf Stir ling and Dublin, in their very ssefnl Di rections for Sowing and Cultivating Vega table Seeds, have given the following quan tities, which we recoaimeud to the notice of our amateur readers as a safe guide to them at this season : — Peas.— 1 pint, or I ib™ will sow a row from 40 to 60 feet a single row, in v.-liich way peas should always be sown. Beans.— 1 pint, or 1 1b, of the mHdlc sized bean will plant a n-w of from 00 to 110 feet, and the larger size 70 to SO feet. Kidusy Beans.— 1 pint or 1 Ib., will sow a row of about 60 feet. Onions.— 1 oz. of seed will sow a licj (broadcast) 4 feet by 12, or So by 100 feet of drill. Ijecks. — 1 oz. of seed will sow a bnd (broadcast)-* feet by 14. or about 10U feet ofdrilL Carrots. — 1 oz. of seed will sow 60 to 70 £ect of a row. ( Parsnips.— 1 oz. of seed will sow lOOfoei Turnips. — I oz. of seed wi...

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The North Australian. ISPWICH, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

'M\i' JJort§ gustvaliaa. wsiricn, thi'zsdav. jii.y ±i. wi. Wlllts? the good people of i»r:s»:aie are using their best endeavors to raise suLacriptiuus to aid in alienating the I distress at present prevalent ia the . lutinufiiL'tttrlng districts in the North ' of Kiurland, Ipswich, hitherto, { bas btsu almost silent oa the subject. j When the nature of the distre.-=s, and the urjieut need for help is remembered, the effort lor relief should bo speedy ? and enenietie. Any delay in extending ! saeli help as can lie afforded, is under ! ths circumstances, dangerous and I ungenerous : and although ire are con ' vinced that in the case of Ipswich, 1 thc-re is neither want of ability nor ? disposition to aid band.somoly in ss i worthy a ciuse, and that our baeia-ard. : a -ss iieti s:»!ely ia tbe want of the : iuitiaron1 nieasitr-e=, still, the delay is I lis'uvomiug ia a town cf so much i.njKirtance, and elsewhere may be coa ; siritcd to our disadvantage. ! There never was a case of gener...

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COURT-MARTIAL ON CAPTAIN ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

COUET-MABTIAL OX CAPTAIS.' EO BEKTSOS. {From the Wcctly Braiitrr.) We have at last tliu end of the Dublin Conrt martial, and a very extraordinary termina tion it is, snd very different indeed from what tlie public were led to expect bv the paragraphs which appeared in a weekly con temporary, devoted jirincipilly to naval and military matters. It will be recollected that Captain Robertson was arraigned on three distinct charges : — First, for having failed to submit bis quarr.:l with Colonel bickson to the arbitration of his commanding officer; next, for having neglected to take proper I legal steps fn the vindication of his wounded ! honor; and, lastly, fur having wilfully made ' a false statement to tlic effect thnt lie was induced by intimidation to apply for leave to retire from the service by ths sale of his commission. Of ths first ami third «f tht-se imputed offences the Court declared him to l-e nut guilty. Imt be was convicted of tlie second, and ordered to be cashiered. Tha...

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LECTURE IN FAVOUR OF THE INTRODUCTION OF COOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

LECTUKE IX FAV(R P OF THE I5T TEODUCTIOX CP COOLIES. Ox Tuesday evening last, the Rev. G. M. Reed delivered a lecture on thiE subject, in tbe Hall of the School of Arts. About 125 ladies and gentlemen assembled to bear the lecturer, who, by an addenda to the advertisement an nouncing the lecture, bad created some curiosity to understand tbe application of 'The Steel-clad Warrior,' with Cholera, Bombay Fever and Gout ; Mental and Moral infirmity ; Starving Mechanics and Famishing Fellow countrymen ; stood, Uhains, and Slavery, with the ' Sanctimonious Covering of Iniquity.' The Coolie man's Calico, Pantaloons, and other ob jwfjj^.ferrOTw^bewBtemj^tedwith Governmental action, in spending tbe revenue of tbe colony in importing and supporting tbe Hindoos at tiie expense of the employers, mil be reviewed.' Shortly after eight o'clock tbe lecturer appeared on tiie platform and apolo gised for the absence of a chairman hy ?stating that be Lad applied to several gentlemen, who declined the ...

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IRELAND IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. THE IRISH LACEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

UtELAKU IK THE IKTEBKATIOSAt EXHIBITION. tite riusn i.uxwobe. The Bnglisb portions of the gallery floors are uow sufficiently complete to deserve no tice from visitors, and we can especially commend the collection of textile fabrics in tlie south gallery. It is evident from tbe comparatively deserted state of these galle ries, that the ladies, at least, are not aware that there is a display of shawls, silks, bro cades, ribbons, and laces, such as has never yet been brought together in this country . Kotlingljam and Liverpool show tbe most exquisite lace. As a whole, however, die Irish collections carry off tlie palm both for fineness of work and richness of design ; and, judging from tlie progress made within Hie last few years, Ireland bids fair soon to gain a greater reputation for its lacework than even Valenciennes or Brussels. There are Paisley shawls, too, iu this class which rival those of I-'rancc, and contend with tho rich and dclic3tcly-tar.«d colours of India; Coven try r...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. Monday morning. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

X.A.X3EST UNTTELI.X&^ISTCja. {From ihc Courier.) TOOWOOMBA. Moi'J.iy nutrnnipr. The anti-Coolie meeting iicin lietu on Satur day evening passed off mosi -;i :«ssfi;llv. tUc resolutions deprecating tlti& ilcscii^tiivn of labour, being unanimously admitted. The iietltion was signed W upwards of sixty {tenons at tiie iJose ufthu meriting, anil it is anticipated that at least five hun dred signatures will lie obtained.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. COMPTON'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

LETXEESTO THCE 3EODrTOIt COMPTON'S CASE. i Sib — Having been informed that a cheque j for one pound, signed Sydnes- S. Kcrris. found in Sir. Compbni's possession on the 19th instant, upon bis being searched bv virture of search warrants taken out bv Charles Knrderii-k Chubh, and bv one j tJeorge William Scott, was claimed, or pre tended to be claimed, by the said G. \V. Scott as his property, Itake tins oppor tunity — not having been present in Court when the said G. W. Kcott crave bis evi dence — of stating that I gave'the cheque in question to Mr. Coinpton, and that the same no wise Ivelnng to or concerned tbe eaid G. \V. Scott, and never was his property nor in his possession.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

NOTICE. . | /'^OIJXTRY Subscribers or Advertisers | \_- whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, wriil oliiige by an early rcaiiuance. Xosru Ai'fTEAUAS Office, 1st .tidy, liCi. ~~ NOTICE. TXTEND1XG Subscribers are reminded tliat tlic pnrssnt is the first issue of tliis Journal fur the quarter. Persons calling at the ofSee. or sending a Tvrittnn order, will Ii.ive the paper delivered regularly at their address. Txsxs : Quirterlv. in advance . . 9s. Ditto, craiit ? 10s. ' KOLTO AlISTSATJAX O3ic*, I 1st July. IWi± . HOTTCS- i OlrT5?CKnJT:nS recehiriir th;:r papers ! lS irre mlsrly. iiri:--r thwi-u the l'.ist [ OScj ...- from ftoiusrs. will !-l-!i;;« by oonj i muaica!i:i^ *t once -.vith tbs W.jHs'jsr. I HOTICS. ! TLynF.SnXS ISiretJTiiD to tlio Aorfi L A\i:nrli-m fir Subscriptions or Adver 1 tisinj, t.« tiu 30Mi June last, inclusive, arc : r-.-.-v.cxifiuiy reijucstutl to ba MnraiT in the ; t-.-iii.-ji-nt tif tSi-!ira:cnants. 1 Airiijts are r.;t;Li^s:cd to mr.ke immediate '? i-vii;i:iu!io--'S am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

&j-e ffovil} Australian, JMJEBKSI-AXD GESEHAL ATIVKHTKEB, TB jmHSshca on Tcesdat, Thcbsday. and 1 ''ISmubda* mornings, ana forwardrd to Country Subscribers by the earliest infills. TEi3i= -w scBscnirnox. I ? S-«r Quarter, iu advanco ? 9» Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. ) Single Somber ? -^^M- i ;? The Quarters terminate »n the 31*flBrdi. I {jTwctlvea. NrticM ot resignation will 1 '* nut be attended to unless given in wnUng. j Subscribers will be charged fnroi the » dat« of commcacinjr their subscriptions. : TBEJIS OF ADTEimSISO. i s. d. I Two VuieK, or under a quarter of an ineli ? *? ° Tour lines, or under half *n inch ? 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? ? ? * ' Eight lines, «r under ouo inch ....... S O Everv additional eight l:n«s. under aliinch ? * ° TEUK5 0» DISCOCNT. € Consecutive Inscrtionii ? 10 'Jjl ccat. i« H ...... 15 »« 9K ?? ...... ?*- ,, TUe number of insertion* must be written an the face of each Advertisement, or it ?will be continued until couut...

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GARDENER'S CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

G.i.RI-i:XL:C'3 CAi-ZXUAIi FOS J'JI-Y Fruit aua iiitdi a t,iji-.'.e:i. — Xisc ffmrra f'l!'1''^5 a?li rr:1-';nf 'f ti!' VW*- nic a-id r!i-iT tr-- hj-i-. :i.:d j.-.mi InrJv fr Jt : t.-^^_a, i.5 iiwifii.. clit-rrj-, .-t^'icir. ^?;i:ici-. aiv'~. p--^. ii!ia!;aoad. jiaiuro di.-ci.in-;;'- r i.);i-.;i- .ij-.i-u a.;i S!ir:::;_.,-i :?_-.,. ? :,:,-^ j^ th-- ,h;iio! fir liyi-ij ill-- fu.ic.Li^oii ?:ij.'i,,e !awu— ill.- (.ride' --r il.'itisli -iir.i^ai.-] r. L-t aU frtsb tjr^.ij J..i iwai;;!-^,', nai takt stci.s tn Hi! up the (was i.: iliu: ii.rvcr g;ird:n L= they arc clci^c-d. for ii,tr imrjii.su o!' aa trlburiu- tn t jc .;:1j..yasfc:iS Ji' sj.ri:-,-. Trlrii plaut liiucs au J l\;; - builis. Fi^li.— Prepare iiie ground fitr i»-titi-es, and otiiar -»?;»?» .- ^roniajj crvps.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

SEH3P3E-IJSI.-3- ABEITALS. July 21. — Lady Lyttciton, barque. Captain I llowarrl. fram Laun^dsioii. the liftii instant. Pa-,ssnsers— Mr. H. Srckiicip, and 1*2 in : tiic steorijji:. II. S. (aieuftfU, ajcut. j BEr.YKTCEES. .Tal;.' 12. — Qu-si;;:?!:uid, mail steamer. Cap tain r&inlUr, i\-j t'.:e XorHisra INnls. Pas- ' Bsiigsrs — 'For Maryborough) — Messrs. ' IiLn:;*tois, Walsh, U-vwii, Hiuron, and T.M. - PiLtc-aan. {IVr £.tcUusi;it.j:i)— Hiss Fisher, Sfsss. B-ir.iL:tt. Xoa-haM. Kins. Ui^-aall, Bav:;. Mr. mil Mrs. Laurie, Cunriiiniiaiilie, sad «ii in the sieenegc. I3Ui-iiTS. BrCTiaut (for Ii.-L-Un.t-J : 19 bundles g:'l vajiUrMl irorc, ^ -Tr-ites, 2 psm^*, ; tia'^ 'tzcr- eii-1-.i.lU-. 1 ??-isc'.iih-j.rns njivs.'l st^u en gine. S. HaarJ; 2 ui=e= -a: vanned in-n.SW bundles and viii's iron, rjftj ^Iicims iron Dicks'j:i. (For I^-kfcr.ir.prou) : S cis.-a stationary, :-J L.:,-- ti.iar. 10 -M.5k-;; oil-iun's fc^f, I k'jxarsL^ic. 1j p\i.V siiers-iTlieaiA's jut-iu^cs blacLsrciib'd tuols, ...

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COOLIES, COTTON, AND QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

COOr.rKS, COTTON'. AX» QCEEXS5 L.VX1). Tun following letter, jindcr the signature of 'A Working Man,' appsars iu our local contemporary of Tuesday last. It is written by a practical muu. wlio lias bceu aa oye wit;ii-ss of die effects i.f tlie importation of Coolu:a in tile 52.ciirifii.-s:— -Mr. Editor, — In readia? over the argument* b»tli for aud against ilia introduction of Coolies i:ito O^ecn«!=.nd. I busr leave Iffl^i&cyriljijnuch. or the H=v. Messrs. Beaton and liUis, be cause what they pretend lo dcEcribc i !ieli«?vc thev have on!y's--T-ii star irti': had they lived among them.'as I was obliged to do, they would have known more about them. There is a groat diiii-.rcsne bstwiwn a missionary, living iu ei=mf-j;t.ib!j (juarters, ani1. perhaps led alwut by a piu.;s si.-ter. aad a batch of lOiijiwivcked ciaigi^r.ts. living in the sauie yard with those (Nw'lies, on the paltry allow ance of two shillings per day, given to as bv the Government of Mauritius to keep us I from st...

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PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

rOHT DEXISO3T. rrBOB A COItRESPOXDEST.l The arrival nf onr Police Mapsrratc, by the Ben Unit, has caused very considerable sur prise; his dignity must have been raiglitily -cabined, cribbed, eonfined witliin the nnrruw limit!; of tbe carter. »nd be looks it. Thei-e is plenty «f business at the Police Court, so that people have arrived at -the conclusion that, if the t'ohce ilajistratc would devote j A Little more of tbe time, for which tbev pav | him. to Uis oflieja! duties, snsttsid of Byiag ? «ff at a tan^utwUEasvcroppurtunitToncrE, j lie would be sinij.ly doin^ his dutv. ' j At laft, it has been notified officially, that a surveyor aud party is to be stationed Sierc ?for survcyhiia; and laying out the lands, both tovrn, suburban, «nd cuuntry. If this officer is to discharge his duties to'his ocu and the public's satisfactioii, he should lie totally Tintrammelled from gffij f 1, j q, ,| | i|||,f (f(ffj lie better for all parties — remain iu Bris bane. It is h'jvicd tliat a geiitle...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

TI-R-pg-R A TJV {From tit Courier.) Tnt 'QrjissLAKD.** — Tiie Postmaster ti^neral has requested the directors of the li.S.Jf. Comjiany to arrauge the departure of the mail _-Le.iuier (^ueenshuid from tlic Xortlicrn Ports on the retuni trips as f.tl Irtws:— To leave llnukli-aicpton not earlk-r than 6 p.m. on Mondiiv, or bv tbe morifuig Tide on Tuesday ; arriving at' Gladstone on Tuesday aud. Maryliorougb ou Wednesday ; \ leaving tiie latter port on Thursdny, and ar rii-ins in Bi-isbaueon Friday. Thisarr.ini;e ment'wiil roiaaiii iu force until further notice, liminary ^seeling^j|M» liel*l'*laRt'^Wi(siiin)^iJ (Tuesday), according 'to arrannement, at tiie City Council Chambers. Mr. Eluioaustoaa, M.L.A., iu the chair, when it was determined that a public meeting should be held on Tuesday eveniug next, for the purpose -it' cnlUtiug public symjiatby on behalf of the mnvemeut now bein^ made for procuring finds towards the relief of t!»e diHtnssed op natives in Lancashire. A deputation, C3us...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

V.'i:i»xeshay, JcLr 16. IV-f.ir.- rtit- IV.Iico MnuistrHtL-. Bridget i'yau v. llcirr S. Kland. — A susn m--!ia case liuilur tin; Musters and Servants Act. fur arrcara of wages. Brid'.-ut Iiyan dnjuweiT as follows: Iliii-cd with Mr. UliiaJ on tiie iud Janiiai-y, a* ser vant Iiir one i::ont!i on tiial ; I iv^s to rt cti\i :-s. \-:r week; after tlje mmilli w,-.s up. 1 rcmaiTu1*! ; 1 - was sr.*vcn months inul oise »vcvk nltu-jL-tiiur with Mi*, VAt.ni : 1 rascived £iis, and £3 b.:iidcs; I left Urs. Ulaad y.-s:.;.-i1ay. and asked for the woijes. nliii-h a:n- rufi:snl a;id tolii Me Io go to tii:- shnp nnd buy clothes instead, which I do not want. By Mr. Bland: I ne\-cr received a separate £1, nora five shillings: I received £2 aud £8 and £3 ICs.i, I did, bo t ask muuey of you lilnli E*» grn iriJSrTall yc»tcrd»y : Mn Bliuid tuld ntf togn to tSic sbop ana lmy clothes; 1 asked lire. lUand and your daughters for my wages ; you did teil me j if 1 stayed the week I should have what was i ccmsn^t...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

THE CLAJJEXCU AND RICHMOND (Fnm the O'niflvii J'aperi.) The Races. — The following is a correct list of prizes to be run for ou I'ridny und Saturday. J uly 25th mid 2Cth : — First day. ? jar llscc. The Pitslbrd Produce Statei,'5 so is, with ot) added. 'iM Uace, the Ladles' Purse, 3 sovs, with 40 .idilcd. 3rd Jiaco, The Publicans' Purse, 2 sots, with 2o added. ith Jtaec, Tile Hack tfraii-s, 1 *-«?, with 1J udJed.— Second Race. — 1st luce, the Uaideu l'late. 5 hits, with 50 added. 2nd Eace. 'i'ho Prince of Wales Stake?. 3 sovs, with 2- added. 3rd Kace, The Town Plate IIa:i dicap. o sovs each. 3 sovs forfeited, with 50 added. 4th Itacu. The Hurry Scurry, 5s, with 5 sovs added. 5tb Race. The forced Handicap. S sovs, with 20 aililad. Tan f Ajjiwatb. — The ??Urafion Indc ? iiejjdezjt has succumbed, but from its ashes lias sprang *? Tho Advocate nad Advertiser for tbe Ctarencc. Richmond, aitd Ne»v Eng land Districts.' ScEioca ArcionxT fuom riut. — A little bay named George Fisher, residing...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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