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LECTURE AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

LECTCBE AT THE SCHOOL OF ABTS. LifiT evening, die third lecture of the ses sion was delivered in the hall of ihc insti tution, by, Mr. W. M. Boyce. to a very large andiencc, amongst which was a very fair sprinkling of the gentler sex. The chair was occupied by Mr. Garrick. one of the Vice-Husidents of the institu tion, who introduced Mr. Boyce to the' audience. The lecturer said that tho #uhject which he hadch--sen— 'Sketches in India'— inUht perhaps appear to Set very dry one. hut still he thought it was possible.*© squee* E..31C lew drops of entertainment and in struction from it. As the subject was a very huge one. he had obtained th» consent of1 tiie committee to divide it iuto two por tions, the second of which he would deliver on amic other evening. With regaid *u the geography of India; he faa.1 endoavored without success to obtain a map of India sufficiently large to be seen by die nhole of tiie audience. However, he had made a diagram, which he had no doubt woold answer tho...

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

? meEbS6*£S-£1 Tr.essay. . Forty residents at or near Stvan Hill, en the Murray, are about proceeding overland to the Gulf of Carpentaria with stock.

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SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

SYDXEV. ilondav. fi p.m. j Tbe mcetiag held im Saturday uigl.t last, ! to raise contributions for tlic relief of the Laueasliire O4«5ratii-es was quite crowded by a sympathetic audience, wlio subscribed £2!l&»oii the spat. Tlio list of subscriptions Fiuee jiunlisliai!, amounts to 12600, which docs not inuludi the collections made iu the various CUHFClieS. H.H.S., lVloros, sailed yesterday for KngUmd, Oliver, tbe late mauager of dm bauk at Br.tbursi, lias bsen arrested iu a cliarcc. of embezzlement, and was brought up at tiic Police Office to-day, anil r^mauticd tor a week. The LscMan gold escort arrived &t Orange to-day ivith upwards of eight thousand ounces. Mr. Hargrares, die original discoverer of gold in Australia, has been engaged by the liuvcrnuieut of Western Australia tu pro spect country, and he leaves next month i'or that colony. ' Tuesday, C p.m. Tiie sum of £3,500 has already L^eu rained iu Sydney alone toivanls the 'fund :--r re lieving the destitution i...

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PRESENTATION OF THE CATALANAN SWORD OF HONOUR TO THE DUKE DE TEUTAN (LEOPOLD O'DONNELL.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

PBESESTATIOSOFTHBCATAIA1SAS RWOBD OF HONODB TO THE DOKE BE MOTAN {IS»POU- ODOH ?w«!i.r.v (from IU Coowaxw&i™ Jc&pana, ApH 2cLj At ten o'clock thUi morning his been presented to die Duke de T^tan^ by the SeDtities to tbe Cortes ftom tho four pro tSccs of CsUlaua. tbe Sworf rfUmw withwhicu the people of those tour pro-. «?S the ^^^yrS^SvSSSi commanacr. -The Aepnty, finjw P«scmil .Sn^w«n3ierte sIWcch, , in whfcb *» tootooSisUffl to say that tho deputies liwm Catalana hafl. on more fluin one occasion. ^S^ufeftto .pe«k. «u iat^rviewB m* tiie Fresideat of the Coanci), in favour vf the material interests of the country, and tbat they now arrived un a mission no less grave and important — to present to bis Excellency the Sward «f Honour that the people nf Ca tahuia have dedicated to shoiv their enthusi astic admiration «f tbe anuy in tiieir euc cessivc triumphs — {Hsrsonified in its worthy commander, by whose African conquest the flag «1' the Cross and baunur of (ho nation w...

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ISPWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 22. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

IPS-.VICH PO1JCE COUKT. TCE-=PAV, JULV ±1, Eo-oki: tiie PoHl-.- Slji-iitnitc. Aim Darker aisd Miry Alien v,-ere con victed of drunkenness. Ann Daiker was fined 5s. and Mary Allen 5*. with t'le alter native of -M hours in tlst; cells each. ilCGIXA V. A1.KXANDEB FEJIISTEB. .,, A summons 4!M«^p-ag|p«SB*» »«*!!-' On Tuartny morning l»st, I waa in Brisbane street, aad saw a caw t-ulonjring to Mrs. Fitzsiinmous. on sn aliotiueiit near Mr. Ft- nutter's ; I saw the defendant tul:o the i fork- producftd (a common stable fork), nim ' it at the cow, and then throw it at her, aud it struck her on the side, penetrating about j au inch and a hit!:'; tiie caw ran in the street, 1 and the fort dr.i]i(H:d from lier. By Mr. F«mister: Defendant lifted up t-ic furii to throw at tha covr; I saw yon V.:firo Vim strnck tiie cow; when I drew \-n::r aitoitiun to vour -loins so. I s.iiJ vim were a groat brute to ill-treat the J crtw.'aud yon followed me, bejrsiu~*jne not r t.» say auythisi^ about tb.e matter...

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MISCELLANEOUS. THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON AND GENERAL PRIM [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. THE EMPI5EOH KAPOLEOX AND ttENEKAL PItlM. The Epoca publishes tiio following letter from tUe Eayeror Kspoleoii to General Prim, ttic CoamaaicT-ia-CHef of tbe S|-a- nisli forces ittJicKio;— ?? Paris, Jan. 2t, !86*. ' My dearGeneral.— Your dream of Vichy j is realised ; the Spauish mid Freuci trooi» I arc Siting side by sidu fur the same cansc. ' I have learned with pleasure your somi nitiou to the commaud of die ^qwdittouary onnv. I recommend to you txencnu im rencez. wbom I have appointed duel -'.«'-' small force. If there sliocldbe any figlitin^, v.m will fiua Mm worthy to stand at your side. The views of your Government iicing ! ia accordance ivitli'my own. there will, I ; ! trust he nu difference of opinion Iwtneen i iUl- coaiiaauders -in-chief. General Lorencci i is to command all my troops. Admiral ! .Tnrien de 1m Giavltre rcmaius charged w-Ui i uolitkai duties. I rtrooRJ}' dcslrc- End I offer roy earnest prayers, tiiat the cauniajgn which you are eommemaug «-«-?...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

NOTES _i£JSrr- X-T13W& Coxceiits. — The note of preparation has j already sounded for a series of muaical I soirees to be holilca in the Sschuoi of Arts, : duriag the ensuing month of Augii&t, cu ? which occasion Madame 31. llaimii'jr^-jraud : Mtdemoiscllc Mary Kramer, the cvlebi'u.tud j Al:iine and Tyrolese singers, will warolc siveet sounds and wood uoces wild. Air. Julias Haiuiberger, the well-known vi»!iii solo player, will upon the same occasion make his duct before the public. ] Conoy. — The Queensland, upon her late arrival from Uockhamjtton, brought unsouu ! bales of cotton, iu addition to thusc aireaily ! received, on account of die Wide iJiy CuUou ' Growing Association. 1 ILoeetok Bav TcunrAT Company. — ' Public natics lias been givi-a liy Air. Cai»tc, ! General Manager of this comyiuy, that uil i extraordinary meeting of the suarehulilers tviil be hulden in the Company's odi-^s, Brisbane, on 'hs 4th ultimo, fur tue purjios.* of considering aud ratilyiug th...

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

MADAGASCAR. Some «f the French ijiirunls pnblbh the following letter, as sent by M. Lambert, j Envoy of the Kingof Huda^a^car. to all tiie i make know:- to th; Karopean governments his accession t» the tliroau. and his sincere desire to Keep np Inenaijr reiauons with them all. I have also received tlie niissfon of making known that the kingdom of -la9a^asc»r is open to the commerce, nf all nations, and that orders have been given to th.-! governors of the different provinces to protect umler every circumstance the per sons and propertv of such foreigners as may visit the e.iantr\% either to tike up their re sidence there or to caiTV on business. 1 shall fetl grateful to yon. -Monsieur, to in form your government of the object uf my mission, and make known to me its reply before my departare, ivliich is fixed for the cni of ti»B month.'

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

ALGESIA. I The Counter de .Vartrilles anuoances that Marshal Pelissier is o-jpinisitia:, by order of I the Eni[ien)r, and in concert with the fioTemor-Geacral «f Senegal, a military ex pedition to establish a direct communication between the two Africaa colonies. Tlie rs peilitiun is to net out from the bonders of tho Sahara, will follow the road trhicli the cara vnnd» take to Timhnefoo, and will traverse tin! dominions of the m'-gro King of the Toiiarequcf. wlu-re it will nieel a corre snomliiif exneditii'n couiin-r from Sonesral. The mail folkiwcd by the caravans is pro vMsd with an osscs at a distnnce of e vorv ten leagues. Th;se-j;:ses are to be innltiplicil Iry Artesian wells, which nre easily perforated iu that country, ami abont which the natives pitch their tents. The expedition, it is cal cuUtfid, will nccosnulish tho distance l-e- twecn BifKMi;i anj Ti:ul-urtiro in two months. Military saard-liniises arc to lift cstablielie'l. at uich sutimi. When this communication is est...

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OPENING OF THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. THE CEREMONIAL. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

OPESIS6 OF THE GREAT INTEE N A.TIONAL EXHIBITION. rcOSTUXED FI5OJI OCE LAST.] TUE CEEE1IOXIAL. On b. raised dais under die western dome had been erected a magnificent canopy. raped witii Utrecht velvet, and nndcmeatii ware ranged chairs of state for tbe Queen s toBSgtfeTSE8Be^«ft&a^-SsSs521 on his risht and Prince Oscar of Sv.eden ou bis left. The frequent changes which Lad been made in die arrangements for the openinp ceremonial might perhaps have betokened some irresolution in the minds of the execu tive, and did no doubt cause not a little inconvenience to some of the exhibi tors, but the wts4«ra «f the decision which made tbe spacious urea under tbe dome the scene of this portion of the ceremony, in stead of the centre or the building, as mas ori'inauY intended, -was fully justified by the magnificent scene -which was presented ?whon the procession had grouped roand the raised dais on which the Queen's commis sioners we» placed. As a spectacles tins was tue most -impress...

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THE CHINESE REBELLION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

THV, »!HISKSE KE3EfXlON'. Tlie Timn describes recent fights with the TaepinRS. -who were movinc on Shonpliai, and coin-nittin; th= most hideous dev.isti tion. The first attempt, made was tu drive the rebels from a IarSe village close to the city, and iu a position io which they inter cepted the supplies a'ld the trade. For this nurpOBe the French an-1 English Admirals only gave their countenance to a bony oi Chinese troops, and looked on themselves. Prince Kuns has. however, given to a Col. j Ward, tin American, a commission to com mand and drill a Chinese force. A i present he has 1.500 men under him. and this force is abimt to be raised to 5,000. He has had two affairs with the rebels, in which bis I disciplined Chintsc troops behaved with I erea' darin*. The Than thinks iliat hy e»is of a native niuy ana navy aiscijuini-.a by E;:ro|-e»n officers, the salvation of the Imperial Government of Chiua, may he eflVct -.1. aud tbat Prince Run' has as good materials for such an army and n...

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SURAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

SUBAT BACKS. These races came off on the 21th June. There were not many in attendance, owing to ths dull time of year, but the racing came to a. satisfactory conclusion. First Bacc. Maiden Plate of £15 :— Mr. J. Ejnry'u Jack of Clubs ..101 Second Bacc Surat Purse, one mile and a half, of £20. one event: — Mr. J. Ej™-v's Skyrocket ? I Third Bacc, Welter Stakes of £10, with a sweep of £1 : — Mr. J. Buthorn's Buffer ? 1 ' Beaten Stakes of £9, one mile and a dis tance : — Mr. E. Baldwin's Oxalic Acid .. ..I Forced Handicap for all winners: — Mr. K. Baldwin's Jack of Clubs .. .. I

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

GLAOSTO.VE. (fbom a oantiEsrosnEST.1 There arc still a number of parties at work on the diir;gia^s. but. of Course, with turned to town, asserting tfiaT RoM 'cannot be g*.t there. Steady- workers, however, find H to hi tiicir interest to remain, and expect that hy«: and bye richer soil will bo turned «p. (J-ild may be seen in the hands of different persons.' A day or two ago. I ea— a Chinaman with half n round in a. ' bottle. In another Chinr.rr.an's house s1«i:t a pctind is treasured up. Ilcthcriii^rou anil Brown have n nice little Jot in their shop window. Mr. Friend took away with him to Sydney, the other dav. as 'much as ho could - ftneom. But Kind's mines still possess the tersest quantity of pold. One man lK-I:.!ipitip to that party oiTercd to Ut a 'grumbler' tiiat he co«id produce five pounds weight «f tlie precious metal ; tbe offer, however, was declined. On Monday there arrived here a party of men, who came overland direct from the Lachlan diggings, to try their fortune ot...

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GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

GAWD AH. rFB-™ A COKKEil-OSOEST.7 Tlujltov. Mr. M:i::kt:iKie has been here some days. Tlji; poor gentleman is in an infirm stato of liealf!.. »nd~-'rems to havo tm(t?rtak.'n thu jo'Kraey horns-.-,.!.. *- — ^_,. ... ...^ ...-??? Ua^S?»i^^SnaE-i^-ii Saaxtous to return to I.is flock. . Talking of tbo minister reminds me of a jofco now ciirrcat. On A't that .one of ,--ur townsmen was somo time anxiously await inc for his reverence to tie tlie nmitial Ii.nl ht-tween himself and a fair 'relict,' as ho did not altogether Wlieve in Hie civil con tract alone. However, the clergyman came, the day was fixed, and it was fixed too that nolvody should know a word about the busi ness till its consummation. Benedict, how ever, was to latitudinarian as to want tho cerrTn-ny pra-formcd at a private house, and »..£ drcviin? there »--!.-lJ !w any 'hitch.' evcrytliiiiir was prepared; l-at'lo! when the clergyman was sc:it for. ho wonld not nor coultl prr^cesJ a step i-nlcss inside the church w:tlls. Benr...

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

HAByBOEOUGIL From tho Maryborough Ctronic'e of the 17th Instant^ Woo»r Ismki-. — We learn Ifcat it is the intention of tlia Oovcrnment, not to alienate or lease Woody Island. Tan Fkubt Srrps. — We andersrand tiiat anotlier ' Manner' lias liecn perpetrated hy the (Jovernment in 6ie lute sale of country land, on flic right hand of the river, it eppears tiiat the Intention originally, -was to have a reserve at the ferry steps as well oa the other sido as on tlio town sido of the river, because the country in a. direct line. is impracticable for road purpose*. The BirveyorhaB. however, pe^^d out it straight line for tiie Brisbane mmd, which has been found to ran raatnly through the. sir. owing to die numerous, gullies and creeks by which it is intersected, and all tiie land intended to be rencrved has hoeu sold. Tu' cmistructioa «T' ftia T^iy~ Gteps,' * Srtn '«rf course hive to |» f (trtllcr oeltyOJ, until either ia. fresh »ite can be selectrd, or the laiidrepnrclaBed. ,, , A Hoii.—Qapt...

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THE NORTHERN PORTS. ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

?'!-. I-; NOBTHSKN POHIS. TJOOKlIAlIl'TOy. Rv tbe Williams we liavc received tho Itorkhampton flnlfeiSn to tlie ICth inst SrtiTiT.n. itn\i:Frr asb nnuirxn Stvcnnr. A crowded im-ctinj; ijas held in the Coart House last ??venintr. when it was resolved 'That a Mutual Itt.nent and nuiiilir.j: So cintv shonM be formed in JJockhamnton.** The soeiflty c-in only he formed, so it has hpen re^,g}v;;fl,t-Stii;,g SBO shjirgs. at thcleast. fi--nr that' the movement will fall to the jrrnnnii. however^ as there is a ureat range for building amonsr out townsfolk. Puofiwob UtVEBE. — Thi* gentleman, -who arrive! in Eoriihampton hy the 'Queens- land.' gave the first of his cnteriaiiinu-nts last rveninir. in the JarcY- room in MV. -3ranfs storrs. Tlio performances consist nf feats of magic and legerdemain some of which are: done with considerable destcritv and skill. A s-.lc of Crown Lands was held at the Police Office. Rockhampton, on Sfonday ].\st. Tho amount realised was £1457 9s. M. County of Livin...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

ISIPOUSDISGS. At Ipswich, from Bosevale. Driring and trespass £1 per head: — Eoaii marc and foal, star, JOCover D near shoulder; bay horse, star. like 179 over B near ribs; bay mare, star, like a aad other blotch fcrauds near ribfi ; dark bay man;. J near rump, brands on ribs and shoulder not legible ; bay mare, star, J near rump, like 111 under saddle If uot released on or beforu lldi Anjrnst, 1862, will be sold— A. HiZEiiKASrr, 1'oundkcc-pcr. At Ipswich, from Fernielawu. Driving and trespass £1 per head :— Cbesnut luaio and foal, streak, W off shoulder, like 3J- over DC over O O over E near shoulder; black mare, star, JI over 1C2 near shoulder; bay colt, UK n«ar shoulder ; bav colt, near fore foot white, like WG near shoulder ; taffy colt,- lite F$ near shoulder; bay mare and foal, star, F over l'S over like OB near shoulder; cbesnut mare and foal, star, C over ME. near shoulder. 2 near thigh; bay mare, hind foet white, star, S over c neap shoulder, like 31' biutched off shouMer, ...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

[?] Pccnccs BcravE).— l!y 3tr. JT. V. Uas S'=:i-. 1 bal-.rT.-o-.!. FS.ir.-rn; CU!.-s it.-.o', i ^ over K ; 3 lulls vronl. F£ over WIL

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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

I-A3RX.X»ra- 33O-VATX3S (From the Tixacoowba ftivcrs.) CvrnoMC. — A meeting of members of the above 'Church was lieldat Mir. JI-!arthy'fi on 'Wednesibiy evening last, to tabo into consideration Che necessary steps to liave a i priest e^tab'iisbc.1 at Toovrnoniua. Somo of the members who take a deep interest in the aSVtir have canvassed die district for subscriptions, and in a few days Collected tlic hau-tsome Bum of nearly £100 to go to wards -3--t:ayiii5 tlic oxper.«es of a priest far tbe place. We understand that 'ese two mouths pass there will be out) stationed at 1'oowonnib.i. . ffycciAr. JtreoBS. — On calling «jrer the fiaiiics of . tbe gentlemen who wuro eum ntoned to attend the Supreme Court on Thursday last, then: wtire about a dozen who did not answer to their names. His Honor was ju«t about tn Inflict tlio osnul fines on diose Twin w«ro alv-sajit, when he was informed that did cases for trial had been ]-ostponed. He thca eeTcrcly ceu eured the aiiseutves, ami said thatSf l...

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IRELAND. THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 July 1862

IRELAND. The Catholic 1'xiveb?ttt. Dahlin. Thursday, Hay 1.— The Charter for tiie Catholic University continues to oeciipy the attention of the ruunk-ips] f-orlies, thruuehout the country. The cities of Dub lin, fjrk. Limerick/ Waterford, and Kil kcrinv. and die boroughs nf I)ro;;heda. Cloa mel. 'VTexforJ and D;:ng.-irvnn, rejirts^nting half a million of tici-pie. have now affimicu the justice «f thu clninss of Catholics to this coiiCL— -ion. In Dublin only riti lho Corporate Besolution enewsnter' even ait .ittcDi|.t to op|;.isicion, en optnuitiou friveii erjiiifT-(rdy*1anri.* wit 'i'tS':'*Stvcptfili1 o'r'oi'e aldernian. there x\:'.s not a lna^is-tmte, n. person of hish mercar.tils station, or tine who had passed the Civic --bair amo:ip-t tfa& feu- laaiointents. I,iT:ieiicI;. Waterfon', and Kilkenny linger their I'lotestaut M.-iVorf, and Cork and nil tbe other tcircs, ticJcr their Catholic clief Slagistratcs. unai.i mouslv supported tLc meiiiorinl. |irsvinor& .-liart...

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