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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

MEXICO. Tiie West Indian Mail recently brought to Europe intelligence from Vcra Cruz of a very important character. The Allied expe dition tn Mexirai is broken up. Owing tu the French having detrrmini'd to establish themselves in the city of Mexico, the Eng lish and Spanish authorities had decided on withdrawing altogether, leaving the French to pnnuie their own course. Consequently the Spanish and English f-irees were leaving Veir. Cmz. A body of French tronjis were on their march t« Mexico, and others w ire preparing to follow. The English anibas sadnr liad resolved 'in quitting the oirnm. The yellow fever was verj- bad at Vera. Cruz, and 'several of the English marines had fallen victims to it. The Potl publishes the following letter addressed to a friend by General Prim, com mandcr of the Spanish expedition to Mes- ; ico: — 'Orizaba. April It, 1ST.2. j ' Inflexible destiny is stronger than the mil! of man. O»nld I hsve doubted it, what has just ooenrred hero would b«-e convinced...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SYDNEY. Saturday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

SYDNEV. Parnrdav, 2 p.m. Tlie raJiender. fnnn Urtlbnurnf. bound for lirishanu, put into this port yesterday to dischnrcre a nnrtitm «f hrr carsro. Tlie Roninn Oitliolic Aroliltislion ims or. ?Icretl a collection to bv made in all the rhurches within his jnrisnirtion, «n the 3rd An-mKt nest, in aid of the distressed opera dvrs iu ttie manufacturing districts of Eng land. Tlie Australasian Steam Xavfcation Comjianv have declared a. dividend on the fast half-year that will amount to about twenty -einfit .-hillimrs rwr share. The «'iip I'rimnlar arrived yesterday, and rejtorts Imvinrr Kjxiken the iTrt-nt nTOin'Orean honnd froni Ifainlmrcr to Brishane. o(T th^ Pi-je€-n H.-i:se /70 or SO miles south orSyd iiev) on Timrsday. Tho ** Ooi-erHinent (inxrttfiT* annormces tlmt the Q-ie.-n tins a«sr-nted to tiie Queens land Birder Ciist.nus Bill.

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MELBOURNE. Friday evening [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

MELBOURVF. [?] the mail. »* a. first instalment of tlie relief fun.l miiM.-d in this colony. A comtisuiv it- buiiij; formed wiil: the ob ject of liuvinir nn four millions of tores of land included in tlie Agricultural areas.

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

3STOTES -AT-TO KiilWS. Accidi:nt to thi:II*ii. — On Friday niirlit U«t. us t!u- niii! c;irt was 03 its ray fr.ojj Brislane tfi I-isn-ich. when near the Burnt Bt-idse. about two mill's from t.iTvn. the horses shied nta heK-i of stou-s on thi- road, thereby overttirninfr the vflltit-k- into a diieli hy the rond side, causing the pnle to liroak in two plnt'es. and the horses to make off into the bush. There were several passen gers, who were throtrn out but uninjured. The mail ontractur.Mr. Woods, received a severe contusion on tlie head and knee. Assistan?e. Imvinc l«i-n procured, li-th p«s sniirers and mail were I'rnuprht to turn. The horses wore found in die iiusb the fol lowing' morning. Frost. — So severe has been the frost during; tic nights for some time past, that nen- arrivals on- apt to dnnht nljerher «r not we are in 27° Korth Uititude. On Satur day moral!!? the quicksilver in the thermo meter stood at SS°. and ice a quarter of an inch, in thickness was to be found in most n...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH TUESDAY JULY 29, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

IPSWICn. TUESDAY. JVLY29. 1MS2. We re-publish from the Courier tlie eorre&puncieuce between the late Colo nial Treasurer and liiis colleague, Mr. Herbert, -fc^fell as tiie explanatory letter of the^irmcr gentleman to oar cotemporary. The last-named document is clear, straightforward, and explicit. It does not place Mr. Herbert or Mr. Mac.vlister in a vrorse position tbao that they previously occupied, for that is impossible; it simply confirms, if confiniuition wore needed, what every every one trho fcnesr au^-thiog «f cither believed of both. lU'ferriug to Mr. Mackenzie's letter, it appears that when Mr. Hb&- nEnr's approaching visit tit. England liecaiue subject of discussion, and Mr. Macalister's pnoaiotioa to tho post of Auiing Colonui Secretary was hinted at. the late Colonial Treasurer came at ovce to an explanation with Mr. Heb ue;it, and received from him an a&ur- auce that he ' should of course take his jilai-o' ia the capacity alludcil to. This we m...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

KOTICE TO OOKUESrOSDESTS. We tiavo received several letters about soiao unTortuaate diasensions in the l'resl)j-terian c-jngregatioB. Oao of these ' letters contains a most biting satire, and is authenticated by tiie sig nature of the writer, ©a principle we refuse to give ins^tion to any -if tiie letters: if congregational proceedings e-o edifving. or contain matters ut general interest, there is goed reason to irive them publicity, iiut irbon neither ?if theeo inducements is present, the morbid love of «w» nag that gives no toriety to congregational diucrcnces is ncarlv akin to tl»e literature that no lates'the eanctnary of the domestic hearth. Athenian Astwuities. — A comoinnica tion from Athens, in speaking of the works of tl»« arehasologistB -who.*™ chargea by tho Kins of Prussia to make researches and excavatiftas nn tiie Acropolis, says:—-' The threshold which has Wu Uii Aare «6-Cfae enrrance of the Parthenon of Athens, was, on the 11th nit- crossed for *he firtt tiine after ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. M. Caitlimi. of Modena. has jusi disco vered a curious sepulchral monument in that city. It cousists of a marble slab, forty centimetres by thirty-two (15J incuts by li), and was found near the sc-reophuccus of Turpiannia Tertia, within the court-yard of M. I*ioi-pi's bouse, and at a depth ol ah»nt twelve feet. It bears tue Gnsek word feyu trophian,jind below, seven round loaves ar ranged in a straight 'line, end marked each with a cross, and lying between two fishes, each of which has seized the loaf nearest to it. This monument is evidently -;f Christian oripin, and probably of the third or fourth century. Gusecai. .T-)iissto:»'E. — The Confederate General .inhnstone. reported among tbe killed at the battle of Coniith. was a Lin colnshire mar., his father being Mr. J. Jolm i-ton.-, of Aslibv-cuin-Penbv. near t Jrimsli\% lie first eliter.-d tuff North' Lincoln Militia. jmld from the diggings- On tlie onHireaftoT the American troubles he offered his ser vices to the C...

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SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

SYD2JET. Fritlnv.fi p.m. (From fht Courier.) TnEsrf-nadreaains-ortJie State Aid Aboli tion B!H wjia carried by a majority of one, anil t'ne House has gone into committee on Afler -ViWrine the nmuunt remitted In tl e mail. £UOi»of the Lancashire Operatives' Relief Fund still remain -m hand. An unreal «« flie ivi'ionists of New Smith Wales on the subject lias been pnb. The oaat week bus been a very dull one i-i l-iisiiii-s$i niattors. ana tliere are no chances --f iniiiortjjnce to report Adelaide flo'lr is qnocsd at £15 10s.

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7 HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR TO MR. MACKENZIE. Government House Brisbane July 26 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

fNo- 7.] His Excei.U2-vv the Govnnxon to Me. Mai'kesjie. Government House. lirislianc, JnJy:2fi, IST.2. Mr beau Mackenzie, — As at ourfintcr | view this morning y*iu deelim'dpositii-ely to | withdraw tlie resignation of your ofliee of I Treasurer, tendered in c*ir.sequence of yuur ; recent imfortiinatc disajrei'tueiit with yuur i c.ill.t.-ij:nes. I a:n constrained, though with much regret, toaccept it. I should not tlo justice cither to you or to mv own feelings, were I not to t:iUc this ?»j»portunity of expressing my sense of your iiijuly honorable conduct in oificc. ami of vour constant zeal for The public service. I n«cil scarcely add that I am confident that our personal' relations will always re innin inmltcred. { remain, mv dear Mackenzie, with much regard and estem. Ever yours, very faitlifulJy. G. F. BOW'KX. Ti.e It..n. B. B. Mackenzie.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE Toowoomba, 28th July 1862 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

IjAXEST H5TTE3JljIC33S!SrOE fBr Blecteic Teukbai-h.] ('PBOIt nmt OWN OOBBESPnSOENT.il Tin mmraba, 2Sfli July, X662, 3 p.m. The resignation of Mr. Watts was forwarded yerterday (Monday) to flio Speaker. There in ipnMt-niumimHrof feeling in fkvor of Mi. Groom, tcho has lias been culled upon hy requisition; kuIoIi lias been nunic ruas'y sijniea, to fill the vacancy. Both in Tuoironmba and Draykm this fettling prc ▼ails. At the Sam! time it is thought by many of Mr. (Smsa's staunchist supporters tliat be would lie more useful in his present p -ntion than if he took Iris scat as a member of t'rt AiseaiMy. so tiiit tlie probabilities are Mr. drooia will not allow liiinsclf to be pit in nomination; should such prove to be tUr cas'. Mr. T. It. Stephens, of the Couritr, is tu lie the cirodiAnte who will present bim sc!f hefora tlie electors to fill the racancv. and it is understood that Mr. (irouni's party will give Uim their support.

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THE PRINCE OF WALES'S TOUR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

THE PKIXOE OF WALES'S TOUll IX THE EAST. We (Tiz-r*\ have been fcvon-1 T-:f»i thefol Jnwinc cxtrai-i fj.ima i-rtc.- d^-riOim; tin. , t:!»- r,f tiio 1'ri.ico c:' Vv'alos to tLe M-jtoue a! HjIumii : — - Jcru-,.ilem. A.'ril ?.— Ye,:. r,r.cl many ??Tilt!!*, will J lujlii.-.'Sit ?iV.^~ deep i:i;iTi;si in hj-iiiu-; th.il i-i.- c:;tr.:nr-; .if J'j-.- IViucs into t!u .-Iisqie if liciir.-:i I:us lieiv.1 eifocteil. I tiou* tvliicii 'i.-ccei'.ed riu cvcr.t. 'ii:e Vi/i Firm.ui. ii-i't i!u riar:_-r t.i t'.ie d:s?ict:.-i! of the Govern- .r .if .Jci--.is--.lvtn. The Governor, e± lo:i j .is '.j3 cwild. rofuwd t'i i:ikc u;i«:i ht;u.-.'if O.J r.:sj..ni--iiiii:ty til' .-. s'.eji which ' hnil Iii[!uMi- 1:0 prv-cejiat. i'Vi:ii in ?!;e visits j ne»i a:iJ iii'i.l.-Mi:-.i:i of liw-i.-r.il K:Me-.-. .-t;n!, { I imat 11.U. tiuim-u iiie k.!.-.i-i.i..-*s of -mr ; IiiVrintiuir. lir. jCiLl ii'.i.,re. I'.ie Overiui.-'.* ' «m.i liti-- 1 t'lit tbo I'rinw s!m iM '??--? scx-ohi- . c--.isjuu:d to jfiiirati.v t!i ::-::£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

-YVrA-««*C-«»-. ~ -VrtWM-M. *-^ ? -im. w ?»? f ? rmrs of a^e. with a £on«l piaiu edu cation, 'as na Apprentice to tiic Printing business. Apply office of this paper. W=A\tED. a tlinruiifflik- competent WHFEI.WBIGIIT. ' Apply to l». MIOHT, opi-osite the Couimcrcial* Hotel, Hell-street. WASTKn. an ACTIVE VO17XG MAX, one wlio can read and write. Applv iinmediately to MICHAEL FOKD, East street. Ipswicli. July ii, !Si',2. HrASTET». HUimi First-class 1KOX H BAI5K SHIXULHS. Apply at Messrs. CE'IiB i FOOTERS. l]iswirli. July 24. ANTF.O. ^ HOCr^EMAlU. Apply to 3Irs. LAMB, fffloy. X\T ANTED, -n l'.VHI of SAWYEBS for ' the country. Apply to «i:--. H. WllJiOX i: CO.. Ipswich. July isth. lS-r.2. WAXTKO. a MAIilMF.il OiL'1'LK with gi-oKU-up daughter. W.igas liberal. Apply to WALTF.H -SRAY & CO. P. SHORT. ENtJIXEEK. ULACKSMITH. AXD WHEELWBIGHT. RKSPKCTFULLY infonns his friends - and the puliiic that he lias taken the nremises iu UKLL-STREET. late in the ? ?eeupatit-n of 3Ir. J. Balsillie, ...

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CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

CEYLON. We have papers to the 17th of June, from Colombo. I The Ceylon Tina, of that date, reports. - that the military authorities, acting on in i sti-uctinns from' home, have examined and 1 1 reiv.rted on tbc situation and relative capa- { | lilitifsof the Hortiin. Wilson, and Xewera j ? KIU.-1 Wains, as suitable ftir a hill station for ? i n larsc liody nf Enropwmi troops. We btslieve ' tin; Tvnort is unfavomahle to the selection ; of the Horton Plains, as being far too ex- | (Miseil ns well as diincnlt of access. The j Wilson Plains are commended to the con sideration of ti;o Imperial authorities, on the score of salubrity, the abundance of goiid soil, water and Intiiding materials, and iu cimparativft readiness of access. On ths otticr hand it is ennsidomd not inijinibaMe, Hint ti:r advantages of the latter over i Xewera Ellia, are unt so Ten- jrreat as to W.dtotho abandonment of this oldestab lished sanitarium, a step which would ne cessitate the construction of a new line of ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

CHINA. ( »i i-. d=tL'i from Iloiij-Lonij are to the 27th j Vt'.- i|ii..t.' i'w fi.Il-n-inir sinninarr cf news f:-i:i :??'£ Orerl.ua Cliua 3I*U. Thst journal of the lutii says : — There has l-i-en a third c-niliint'il nuvnl sind military J r\i.:-,!;:i'i:i nj:.'r.»t the reti-ls dtirii:^ the ; ::-.'?=?: ('.irrv: -l:t. wliieh 1m« resulted hi the ? »-\-it::.: ??!' 1 wa eciii.l::iin^ loot to the I .;-.-:i-; t.f :.{ '.im'i .loliars. The force engaged | .:i '.'.A- .i-.-.i'-io:! mi.ii.iitod tc-al»i:tCtfiiC«f j wli.iir. i-ii' v.-«-ro ChincoC. aiid the rest Knj- ' ,;=h :i'.i 'r.--irli. C'l the 27th -.iltimp, a re- j i i.-.iii.'i^-iini f.»:\:e yirocoeded to a pl.-.ce called '.Cin-h.-Inii-r, tivflve miles to the westward ;-f ;-!:;::i;h:ie. a little tieyoud which the .-.:?; !s had :i sti^iade. On aiijiroacl'-ius to wci-.- i'io i ?:=:- ;!;e;i.-rty v.;is find t.po3,and :'.!! ii Vi.- ?:? (I'-ijitiSii 1'irovvii of the -5Ui}, seri '. :-.siy wi-.iiim'. J : at,i.ie of the t'iiineso :ilso ..TCr' I::';--!...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 26. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 July 1862

IPSWICH, POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 26. Before the Police Magistrate. John Maxted and Peter Cuningham were convicted of drunkenness and each fined 5s with the alternative of 24 hours in the cells. Sirs. Rue, charged with larceny, was dis missed on account of the non-appearance of die prosecutor, Mr. Mitchell of die Clarendon Hotel. Mrs. Rao, charged with having been found illegally on? the prcmis-es of Mr. Mitchell, was dismissed, prosecutor not appearing.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

iEITERSTO VCJSJE EI3I.TOIS THE DIPTBESS Of LAXCASZilEE. Sis. — A public meeting will shortly be bcld in this tovru for the purpose of taking into consideration tliedistressjircvatliug amongst our unfortunate fellow-countrjineti in She manufacturing districts of England. So doubt, various schemes of relief will be brongbtfbrirard,andlsubscriptiom- collected ; but looking at our limited numbers, and the malty Ueavy demands winch are yearly made oa all members of the community for reli gious, benevolent, and other purposes, it can scarcely be expected that a sum sufficiently large £- be of much practical advantage to the sufferers can lie raised amongst us. I mean, that to pour tlie few hundreds of ponnds which wilt probably be subscribed into the ge&cral fund would avail but little, and flic relief afforded by our contribution would be trifling andtomporary. Instrrord, ire should not do *nvch more titan evincp our sympathy and compassion for those honest hearts, who. through n...

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THORLEY'S FOOD FOR CATTLE . [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

THOULEVS F-»OI- VO\i C.VTTU5. {Fran th' IWhamte Ercren,t\t.) Is «nr last issue .if tiie ijjh AnriJ. ne jrave an abstract of a very carrfnl'l v i-na ?i«-tcd cspftrimrn; l-r Mr. I, awes. of Hotiumpsica.1. nn theff&lin^onalities of Theirl.-.v's c.-(ffls ! food. Tiic results were unfavoufahle. and I the authority of the cxperimentor is ssn nn- ! deiuaMc iliit Firtti; d.«:bt can remain that as an article -if daily food tbe cmnpoansl in rjncsti.m anes not possess auv riKiiliar value t as a fec-lin.!j substance. 'Mr. Thnrlcy's j clnim* as Hie disoiverrr «f a substsiisce'of ir.fstiniable -.-alue in the feedinp «f «Mek. | are thus effectually disjmscd «f. He ,-i]«- j clsim«. b-twever. that hU food possesses ! qualities rpstorsitive to animals v.boss di- ! ci-stive fnnctioiiK have beeorac impaired. ' Jfr. f Jiwes's oxperimect l.cinjr strictly con- \ fm^A tn ascertain tbe merely feedinsr* value ? of t?ie componnd. cannot he rnnsidercd as ' adverse tn irs merits in a medicinal point of ...

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SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, July 30. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

SECOJJD J-AV— WEDNESDAY. July SO. rtBSTHifX. HtiBDI^E B.iCE of £50. for all homes, with a sweepstakes of £5 each for tiie ?econd rinrse. Over nine !f«ps A feet bijdi. Three miles. Entrance, £5. Homeo ? r 1 Whalebone ? 2 Only tbree borscs started for this race viz.. Borneo, Whalebone, and Telegram. At the second iinrdle Telegram fell and threw Iiis rider, who was severely brnised. Xiatirigan. however, who was clos« handy, caught tlie Ji'Mse, mounted hiro.and follo^'.d «ptbenthertwotoaiefifri!bnrdic,wheaTc!e pram ai^ain full and threw bis rider, who, f.ivtunatiJy, sustained no Injury. FECOStt BACE. HACK SUJBDt.S UACF. or £15. over tbree leaps 'i feet ft incites lii^h. Heats. One mile. To carry Wst Entrance. £L liisk csaae in first in ilic first heat, hut was distaucml in tiie necund. ia cnascqneiice «f Roitiff the wron^ sidu i-f the jtort. The nest lu»rse,IIarkaxray.conseqi)i'nllycaine in the winner, and walked over the Ihin! heat. Tiitnu EA-:r_ GAIXOWAT RACi: of £?£*. for ell pillo w...

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THE WARWICK RACES. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

THE WARWICK E.1CES. (rsosi occ srcctAi. cosaEETOSDesT.) Wedxcspav Zvekinc TnE Warwick annual races commenced ves tirday, and iv-ere well attended. The ivea tber «as cvorythiuK that ouM Iks desired, and tu.; (.-uiirsc1 in s;.icmiij condition, 'i'ue foliuv.iiijf were ;he results : — «K.-T CACE. 31AIUEX PLATii of XSi. with a Swcep stabea .if £2 5s fur second horse, for all imtideus at tbe time of entrance. One mile aad half. Weight fur a^e. Sis. iinrses mn entered, namely— Telc- gram.iJaudcr. Eucalyptus, DuliMuca, Tnriiin, aud Vhtyhoy. wliijh cuuic in in the folloivin-' ordci': — Telegram ? I Gander ? 2 Eucalyptus ? * 3 Dulcincs ? 4 Playboy and Turjiiu coming in well up. This was a. well contested race from tbe start, and was won beautifully by Telegram in consequence uf the good jockcyshij) of I'uuuingiiaai, by whom he was* ridden. Time, 2 mie. 5S sec secoxo race. Tbe WARWICK e-T. LKUEB of «0. for throe -year-olds. Entrance. £S; liaif forfeit, if declared ou or before the 5th July. We...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

PUBLIC 5IEETISG. Ok Tuesdav evcutn-^ a public uicetins was had in the new X»mul tkdiool, Bristiane. for the purpose of devising llica.-is fur lite relirfof the distressjJ :u the !Mau:.fatT»:jrinjr districts, his Kxtelleucy the Governor iu tiie chiiir. Moved by the lUa. B. li. W. HiamE3T. scon: Jed by the SrrAKEii of the Legislative AssfinliJv. iinti carried,— -'ihat this meeting lias heard «:th un- ? fe»^ii.;d sorrowot'tliedistri-BSKOwiiievaiimc ? in the ms:itiCu.'turir!pr districts ot Great i llnfaia. c(-as..--ji!c-i!t i;»i»n it duficirncv in ttic stipilyuf ortloa. a^d lieruby desires to es pie^s a feeiiii^ of sympathy and o;nd«l«ace ou th= pare of the colonists of Queensland. ? with their suiitring feliun--cuuntrv!UL-u at j home.' Moved by Mr. LtHKy, M.L.A. ; seconded : by ~ttr. Cooix ; and carried, — | 'T!a:t in t-ids:rta aiieviatcin som.; decree, j tiie i-iiuniMus misery now afflicting the''ojw- ] rative ciasses in tiii mother coiiufrv. the ! pcUic be iuvitcd to co-tyeralx io a ...

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