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MELBOURNE. Monday, July 21. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

JtELBOUENE. Mon-iav. .J-Jv21. R n.m. Tho week has opsiied with coi'l and tret weather, and dull murker?. The LauciEbire Distms-- Fnnil i« taken im trarmly in the wtuhr Amrirtr. * Snceiilstiim is again attcmprmi in robaeco, lint there suw 110 Ixiycrs at .idvsnccd rates. Flour and vrhe*t dull. Tiie Tr»nsiitlaatic|rassffld CJ»pe«tw-iy«n Snndaj- mnrniri'-. from I^indoa. Imana tir Sydney. Ail welt Arrive.— H.mTiori, from 'London; Vetin. j try-, T..-i,1.-:i; Mistress «f tlie S«Bf, fr.i-j ' 1,'vrnnn1 : V:»f.rii ^«.',. ?vtrrv/l from .-1 i visit to Cane l»;T,.i-,.n Con! ricWs j Ti.,-=d,v J-!r 22.fi r.in. j H-r iri-xtii.-r ifi v,.rj- I ni«t?r-iue, and a i 3-ifa is rfmm^i nt Cpfir CttT-ry. 1 A -Tt'ti-; r -if rri-.ti--!i n-sT-1i:'r.ts h-rs cv-- ' f-.n: f,.r tK- nli..f «f the Tineas hire nis 1 ir-^s. I t,:irrr r-iuvi-Is of tilwfco rrcre offjica, lint : H.v,.r.l l?r.r.. S,1..K «,r G-h-vb I.^Ir !i.-!-i-t i.ii.f. t t-i a iii^Jicr rate of Juty than Tii,- -!..!,. ..:?(--..,?- T,;,r,,is Tent ...T ^L.j...

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ORANGE. Monday, July 21, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

OBANGE. _ _ Monday. July 21, S iun. ?Itie escort from the l^acMan .iTriri^ b,rc this afternonn. wi(JU over tjOOO ounces -old and £1000 cash. r Ko uews of importance.

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

SYDXEV. Tucsilav. C djc. (froi/i the l*n'fi~rA Tilts mining inteill^ench: riiorjvoi from t!ic LaeliUn ^oM-tieid i-s if a satisfactorv : nature. Bnlibories «n t!is l-i:»us t,i the dii (jin^s are fit ill. however. Increasia;. * 1 T!i_a ifcinsri'ira. iritli tLc S3iifi!;7]ucnt;'.-y ! E:iTli*h rasiloa board, SiicceailucI iacat.li in; tile Boiulta}-. '

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

I^TEST INTBLUge^c^ [Br.Ki^rr:ac T=z.zcz.\:u.J TOOWOOMBA. (rcos ocr ows ri-itnE~:-..sr-or.) WnnxE«n.iT Evexixii 3Ie. Gboom Iras Tirliled to the ail:. Sta tion of his friends, and declared l.ha self a candidate. The election will therefore be con tested, and will, in all j-.r.j.ialiiKty, r? su!t in favor of Groom, who is exceed ingly popular. ' Mr. Beit, the Bofnming Officer, bas never jet bad the Beir'ek-ct«ral li.st \ prinied; a serious incnnvcnieiit-e t- t'le , can-lidates. ConsideraWe dissati&fac- i tica is expressed at thi« negligsucs. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

'W'AKli:D. a lft)USE 6EUVAST.— If Airily to A. P. I.TKDO. lyASTED. a FE5IALE SERVANT.— \l Apply at tl-a (.'larcudftn Hotel. '%T7'AKTED. a YOUTH, from H to 16 * I years of a-re, with a good pl:iiu cdn r.ition. as en Apprciitic to the Fruiting !.-usincss. Apply ofScc of this paj.er. TiTAXTEIX a t-:nro:is!iiv cniiiiH?t-i:: 1* WHEELWBICIIT. 'A|plyh»P. SHORT, njipusite the Commcrciar Hott!, I-clJ-stit*t. WASTED. lO.ono First-slass IEON BAUK SUING I.rs. Apply at Messrs. CEIBB 4: FOOTE'S. Ipswicli, July 2*. BOARD and RESIDENCE 1IEQUIEEI) 1:t a Gentleman, in a respectable family, v.-lier-. zi't ofh.T loiters -ire kajn. Apply iiy Iriter to X Y.Z- oiSoe of this paper. LOPT. from Irwwirb. on Sarnrasy last, a BAY ITOttPK. branded L af on near ?ihouitler. long switch tail. Any person' iMivtrinpr the above to Mr. ROGERS. Tramway Hot-d, Xorth Ipswich, wi-] iteeive the above reward. FQ3.S&LE, A FEW BUILDING ALLOT5IEKTS on the Bremfir JJiver, dose lo town. Conveyances fiee of charge. Apply t...

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

TASMANTA. nie. sliip Benutila) Star has anireJ. 1,-t j Jill tlie salmou ova that she bniiij^tt ivitli i her are dead. ' Parliament opened «n the 22nd inst. j

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

NEW ZEALAND. O«rA — Th..' Claga ir.'ta.»jr says a ebockinc case of diiea-4 and d--slivulu.E caae under notice »1' tfm p.--!ice on Wednesday innin-n^. A man was found i\ iaz in a state .vf inseii !-ijityuiidera wajjjon. wliich for some time lias been stsiidiu^ ttnos-.-xl near tiia Abiiev U-ix Sifiusi-. He was in th.- I.-ist statj «f vn-.acialion. and was in the ntdst filthy con dition, and literally strarniin^ iritli vi'nniii. Itappe:uvd that the poor fclliiw had f«.r the Irtst three mo?-.tl:s !n:i/I.: lite- iva^.r.n, I,;c hxiuc. ami having, as is sa]-;.a«ed.~ left tlie frieudiy s!i.:Iter i-.t ihe ?.v:-...-^via in tin-, ni-ht lie bad' either faiatoi! or bad been t.io Weak t.i crawi in a^jiu, ami ttius had Iain nut all i ui^iit -.-=!»-st-d t.' ;iu si.arn j'r.i.it. He was I niuoved tvdir iM.spitAl. -.rhcrc. nft.-ra wiiil.r, be was tj^rlt.tUi- r.'3it»»reil l-» --r»:isci»nr-:n--ss. bathe iVvc- rcllied. and lixui/ed in a icir ; bonrs. If is nanu; and previous -~-L-,nj-aii.-;! ! are unknow...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

MnLBOUEXa Tncs3av_ aoj-lor, thf dcfanitinir Kolfl receiver !i as b™n convicted at tlie Ci^tleinaine a*&£ts ana sentenced to four years' hard iabom' on tlie roads.

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THE LATE ESCORT ROBBERY.—CAPTURE OF TWO OF THE GANG.—THEIR SUBSEQUENT RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

TIIK LATE ESCOKT BOBUEUV.— CAP- I TURK OF TWO OK TilK -;A»U.— ? TUJCIR SUBSEQrKXT KEStTK. ' (Ahrittgi-iifrom the IjaMnn Ohnmr.Jaly 10.) ! O\ Saturday cveiiinslast. Mtinj suli-inspec- I tor: Norr.ii Hil.l Woli.: left IV.ilws niU, :i j stmne liody of jmlice. in consequence of the j receipt of 'intelligence that Sir Fnalerirk j IVttinsriT. inspector of police, Mr. B. IJ. Mitcli.U. late C.P.S. of Furl**, and scrjreant Ijymis, lind captured three of the cscmt ioIi liors. nith 4(10 nances of gold, nnd a (i-n«i- ! «leni*-\e Amount in liank notes. A!t!.mvi;lr the moveinent was intended to In- ola S'lire wli«i)iiv.itechar»eter,cver\-tliiii'rconiH'Ct.-d ? with it gradually ooied out. aud juililic i ! curiosity was stimulated in a com-snundin;; ! ! ilpjrme. Yesterday moniiiis --ir l-'redcrick ! , P.utinjrer and party, follnwert hy the troojiers. ' ' arrived in town early iu tin; day, having: J^rr we mre received the fo!l-iwiug infor uiatinn : — After Sir Frederick anil party had Uil ailieu to ...

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EMANCIPATION' OF THE SERFS IN RUSSIA. 1 [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

EMANCIPATION' of THE SEKFS m eussia. - 1. It is now nearly i$ roars since tlie nobles of the ancient Polish and Litliu ani.tn provinces in the west of llussia ?were called upon lo give an account of the quantity of land allotted to the peasants on eavh of tbeir estates, and of the amount of labour aud produce re quired from tbem by the proprietor. Committees, composed of lauded pro prietors and Government officials, were formed ; ami to them werp presented eo-ealled ' im-ontories,' giving full par ticulars respecting the preseut-land on each domain, and the obligations which it had fc- support. The object of this proceeding was to bind the nobility nf the western provinces to the ^local tra ditional custom which fixed tho i-rn- prietor's dues (as a general rule) at a third of the produce of the land ceded by him to his peasants : and its alleged motive \ras a suspicion that the Polish and Lithuanian noMes might be in- ; climtl to visit up™ their serfs the ?wrath tbey frit at not hav...

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THE COROMANDEL GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

T-Ii: CHISOSIAXDEL COLD-FIELDS, i Tli.- Sunthm, Cro** of the «tli instant says : \ — Vic are now en;ihli-d tn ghv a more ile- ? tailed account oltlie proceedings of the die- j gers at Camuifliidel than we were iti our ' last, a gentleman win. returned yesterdav j having put us in p.issc5si-Mi of the fnllowin'' additional fscts. On Monday last, a quart,- Z ounce, speciiiien was taken out of claim Xn. S. at ten a.m.. in nur informant's pre sence; and other finds were mad,; ilur'n,' the day. The wnri»-rs-if claim Vo. 9 took i out two or three specitueii* the same dav. ' together weighing halla-i nnnce. (n elxi'm ' So. 12 a square piece of gold and «,iuirtz. ! weighing 34 uunees, was found on Fridav i : last. This specimen was not mndi water- : w«ni. and Tssnpposrdto have lMvnknnrki'd j off a reef near at hand. On Safurdav. n ; S nr. specimen was found nn the s-irar cliini In --laim X.». 13. occupied liy Mr. V.111 Temn 1 tifcev and partner, sev.'ral's])eeiincn« have I been found ; and a...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 July 1862

NEW ZEALAND. Bv the I. E. M. S. Lorf IVorel-'y. we have jiapcrs tn the tith instant from An.-kland: to the 12io fronj Kelson: Wellincton to the tth ; Taranaki tn tlie 5th ; and Wanganni to the 2-;th ultimo. The ItaOg Southern Crma of tjie StJi gives the following rtxamt nf the news nf the month, particularly with reference tn the present state «f native affairs in that colony. It says : — At tbe date of our last summary we had to report a native war in the North, among portions nf the Xgapuhi tribe, in tlie Kai para district. Cnromandel was also a sonrce of difficnitv to the men in power, which they were unatfle to resolve in tlie absence of Sir George Crey, who was then in Wellington. Since that period affairs have assumed a totally different aspect. Sir Ceorge Grey returned from Wellington in H.M.S. Harrier, The iftUtm Ectmmrr of the 12th instant sa v« : — The General Assembly, which should h»'ve met at Wellington on the 2ttb ultimo, was. through Sir George Grey finding it ne cres...

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MARYBOROUGH RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

MARYBOROUGH EACES. Fiit-T Day First Bacc— Tlie l'liblicaus' Puree «f 40 sovs. : tnnce round the course, one event ; ?weight for age. To start at 11 o'clock sharp. Huntsman ( A. (i. Martyn), g.ff.. aged . . 1 Captain Cook (\V. C. «'iles), br.g., aged 2 Conservative (J. ISroadhent), b.ji., aged 3 Second Race. — Maiden Mate of Go' sovs. ; one mile and a half, one event; weight for age. Lurlinc (J. C. Blakcney), bju.. 3 vcars.. 1 Sultan (JT. G. Walker), b.g_ aged „ .. 2 . Third Kace.— Tlie Ilack Kaec of 10 sovi, for all untrained horses ; lica*E, mce. nniil tbe course ; -carrying 10 st. Post entnuioe. Jim Crow /W.H. Holt) ? 1 I Sruncii-ri^;%s-?w*iT7 ;. ? » a Fourth Bace. — The Corinthian Stakes of 40 sovs. ; twice round tlie course, one event. Gentleman riders. Weigh, 1- £t. TJnkjioK-n (Thomas Watson), g-g- aged 1 Billy Buck (J. Bro.idlx.-nt). b.g^ aged .. 2 Captain CooU fW. C. Oiles). br.g., agud.. 3 Fifdi Bacc.— The Indies' l'arse of »)sovs.; weight for age; once round the course, hea...

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THE NORTHERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

TJE33B NOSTHERKT IPOItTS. I Hy the Samson, we aro in receipt of the Uurt/luTcngh Clrouielt. to the 21 th July, from which vie iu&kc tlie fulloiviu-' tMracts :— The following letters had been received by James U.nvzer. Hsu,., from the Culouial Secrotarv's office. Colonial Secntaiy's Office. lirisW.:. 21=t Julv, 1B62. Gexti.ctan, — I have tlie honour to ac knowledge tlie lreeipt ofalVtitiun addnesed \-r you to his His ICvc:ll«.ucv the (hirumor, mid praying that free passages to Mary lHinmgh may be granted imtil the 31st j August, to persons liiriug at lSris'.mie fur I .jvrvicc in tlie \i\Aa Bav and Burnett t Districts. * | 2. As it is represented ti me that a r«ply^| is anxiously :i\v:iiteii. I have t!ic- honour to ' Ftate that, the reijiiisst «f your petition will I lie ac*rcdi*(l to in the case t*f ]M-i-eMiutf x.iio ? shrill pruduce satisfaetiiry jironf that tliev ! liuve engaged to sarc in the Widu ilavaud I Burnett Districts. ' j J have, .tc. I noB::i£T u. w. hi:ri:ekt. I ...

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[?]. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

[?] (Aon the TooKOomba Popart.) AccroesT. — On Saturday last, a person named Dunstan, who has lately taken up. Himn ground on Cniwrie Creek, puttered a severe injury from tin: bursting of a gun,, which Ins was iu the act of discharging. Dr. Stacy, who was called tu, succeeded in stopping the hoamorrhage, aud recommended that die sufferer should be removed to tiie hospital. This was done, and Dr. £achso has smee found it necessary to remove tlm thumb and forefipgpr. We understand tho patient is doing well. . ' ' ' ? Em'CATXos. — Wo understand that some of our fellow-townsmen are taking the preli minary steps forgetting a Primary National School «sta*lishei in Toaii-oombL Tbera U «bnndant room for sacli »n institution in die town, but wo much fear, from tiie ajiarliy shown upon the subject when tbc effort was. made Borne time ago. .that the present at. tempt wttt not prove successful. ; Ss&ees. — This is - rather uncommon sea sen ofthe year for ti»»ppear*DCC of snakes. On Mond...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

SSrA3ri.-WXO2iL. [ruo* oub i«ra coeuesponiievt.1 We have been Iatu'ypatroni5i:iq the Kt'ui .- peau Sereaatlcrs, who- wen- ia I5risl);;:w ani Ipswich some time since; they are Mr. Foau's ct.nipanr» consisting of MtiK-..-;. Carsan. Batey. and Opener. They iicm proceed to Toowmoinha and Pmvtun, .tnd from thence to Rojkkampion and the lowua uf the North. --w»m JlcUabon. -!S years of age. was charged biljtc the Police Magistrate, tho cither day,, with having inflicted wv.-,-..i wounds u]hhi his iBjdy wf tit a knife, whilst labouring under tUUrium tnmeos, induced by rfriiifctns, at Quart Tot Creek. »»n the CtL insc. lie is remanded. We are going- a-head, both io (-opti)ation ami buildings. Tbe premises fortuerlv oc cupied hy SaEr. Ueorjre Walker has 'been opened as a store by Mr Martin, from UJH u Inues. Mr. Mayers is building a. capacious stom opposite to his present one, mid Sir. William, Wallace a brick two-storey dwelling house. We have great cause fi-r complaint in tha want of punctu...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

- ^-w.^BB*wa-. rCoim^dfimlie Omow.) ' Tbb fin* . meefing oT tho committee ap 'jnomiDl «t the'(«ttJ meeting tn take tnu sures (or the relief of .die ?tarring opigra tiraa ii-4^nfJutWre -m* held «t lbs City C«uic|l jphtuntttKB, on Thursday afternoon ' Mr. S. Smith nwposod that two lists should lie seut* round for -»LUininjr Cdntiibu;:-r4' tliewic- bciu' for si-r'-;it-!rc liy tlios ? «-t;---- ifk^wiili tW w.th.Hi ..{ n-liiiV *-c'AM ii'«m lit ;tl(IS- puliUc ws4in7. and the ntli.ir \v r thoKutakiiig a diftVresit view: «nd after a sh'|rt discussion, it was rftsolvcd. -m tiie ~ motion of the May.ir. s.-c«nded liy Mr. S. Smith, tliat tlie c-nin:ift;c wou-d ' receive contributions intended f..i imnu-diali' ivlicf. A rii^i omimittce wns then app.»jn»o.J ».! make a Uiorou^li cauva.-s .f t!,.- cilv tn communicate with the iiiay-u-s ..f tin- 'em poratc towns, aud to thiininclilv ennv'^s the colouv. Burin; the procetidin-'!- t1~a Attornny-(^!ninil li.-iJlt],vl ;., a ^,,.,7,' f ' ll-)it. fro,,, J....

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

I TASMANIA. w« *»™ .-.mr, ??-?. Mtrbonrnc, ^- the I6th instant, from Hob.ut Town. The IJobart 7i.ru Mercury has the follotr ing on the subject of the colonial territorial revenue, the quarterly returns of which had reeentlv been published, showing a decrease of £SMS Op. -W.on a revenue of £23.41 3 19s. 2d. It says : — The proceeds of the sale of Crown lands by auction during the second quarter of 1SS1 amounted to ££'23 I Is. Id.; and 1 during the corresponding -J».irtcr of 1BR2 to ! only £5Oi2 Is. 6d.— a decrease of £3CS7 I 5-s. 7d. The returns for land told by private j contract were, in the second qunrter of 1861, J £89-3 3^s. 7d. ; in the con'e'^ponilin' quarter i of lSC'J o:ilv£S913 JJs. ftl.— a Acrense of j £.Siy)6 18^. Id. Pales nnaer prc-emptir.: : ri^lit rc-Tiilatious realised in tlic quarter of j ]£G1. :C13J; iu tli.; Ciirri^sponilins unartcr ,if ; 1SG2, £3«». Tims, upon the aigrepito ; amount of sales of C'rmvn lands, the quarter ' just ended shows a decrease of no less th...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

CCKMHHCIAi. PuoniTCF. Bei-kiveu.— IW Mr. H. V. Hno bcII: 12 bales of vu.»I, Aii c.»:y\»inc.,l. llv iU-ssr-s. G. lLWika am! U... : IU2 hiJ.-i U.S.; 1 1 casks Ulioiv, T. V & Co ? '¥ baiia *i_i_. T. W. Jt Co

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BRITISH LABOR AND NO COOLIES. PUBLIC LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

BRITISH XiABOB AXO XO OOOLIES. - ' PCBIJC LECTOmS. Ov Thursday evksnias, -tn ine Bui of vao School of Arts, tlie Her. 3. W. C. Dranc de livered a lecture upon the subject which lias ball was filled, and It ?wan pleasing to oh -serve amongst the andttory.a nrnnber of ladies. ' Tlic tiiair was octmpiod by P. O'SulIivan, Esq., M P., who introduced the reverend lecturer. The audience tliroughoht weru most emphatic m tueir demonstrations of approbation at tho subjoct matter of the lecture— clear, logical reasonings, 'based spoil incontrovertible fects. At its conclu sion, a vote of thanks to the lecturer was moved by Mr. Ii. IkUbtd, seconded by Mr. II. Ciibb. and carried by acekunstion. Dr. Cliallinor, in moving a. vote of thanks to tbc tjiainnan, remarked that it was probable he (Dr. C) would deliver 'a lecture upon tlie same sulject. Tlie Kcv, Mr.Jteed had much {ileasuro in seconding tlie motion, taking die opportunity of ooseoing that he should deliver a lecture scxt week nmon the sam...

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