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A FRENCH SKETCH OF LORD PALMERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

A FRENCH SKETCH OF L0RI- PALMERSTON. The following not ill hnmonred caricature of the Premier has been drawn by M. Asro lant, tbe correspondent of a Paris journal in London : — | 'Palmcrston is now flic master, be is, in j truth, the Sovereign of England — a consti- j tuttonal king, if y«n will, bnt rtill a king, j He governs as be pleases, and almost with- j ont control. He is a clever aristocrat, and J a first class juggler, who has won popularity j by constantly and exclusively taking care ] of the interects of the r^nrd* hi* mdim^db :. He has all the defects which please the Eng lish people, and a. rare talent in making these defects agreeable. In his youth, and even to his fiftieth year, he was, as the song says. ? a. favourite with tiie ladies.' Hebe came Minister at an age when other men began to have down on their chins. He was at first a Tory, because it was tbe fash inn of tbe day. and also for his own interests. H« afterwards became a Whig when the Whigs were the jnajorit...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

—OCivHAJlt'TOX. Mr. \Vouai.d iep.i:ts : — Ui-i-*l£. — 1'iis market iias* iliiriiic tlit vul-u iwcu siuiiu^ly aup{.iie-J uitii !i.«o-s til* a saiullt st.an;- — i_.~ also Ik-cu bare «f uabrokeu stuck, nnd Ci-a».'.i« 'iit!v triinsac ti;.-.* li-ivo b±_i7i.niu_ L.wt .-..iciieu hm Utti___-i! tor (air cor.litui.11^ Jili-is 1V0111 _l-± TO J_v-; fuicrt^r ^_t_ i_um £Sf Co £il IJs.— U:a.i_'li: !iors.-3 — uuiu iiiicitid— -^uml c-'aJkioried a:ii st-qeL, cjiii xlwnrs bv- 1 pl-i^eil ;U tTi.-Ir fill* v.-ilue — well bivil U.irsu, lise.i UV |i.l\illt a»Ie a.- _..i_i _t jj ijj^. Vr.ii-Vin' 'BnVi.vlis.— The scarcity of this Liiii! ui st .^-fc sl,'ll fiiwa:!-;. s:i ! iU.I market ' r_— cii_ dormant, au.i :i:u.'!cipi_ (-i:r Jim: cUia^e m,t.; t;^; arriv-ii .11 ilii»_s. il^''-i^. _iU itte. ' ', St-»re O»1rte.— Tlia in_ket jlrm. but vcrv ' tarely (iu^iiic4. Uivc cuiviet! »*f a lar^ts mub **- arCiVti 1^1 L^-s i*i«ii,n.-in.^ ln.*nT ol' ucXt . vioalli. Putoii. — Clns^d this week f.ir 1**1 at one gniiic* pr li.:...

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

Pkibav, August 1. Before the Police Magistrate. Tliomas Baxter was lined as. for drunk enness, with tlie usual alternative. Catherine iSdriaaii v. Carl Difflo. — A summons case under the Tenement's Act, in which tho defeudaut was charged with un lawfully rcfusizig tu deliver up jmsso&noa of a house, the protterty 01' tlie ulaintilT. Mr. Chubb aj)j«ared for the plaintiff; Mr. Collins for the defendant. Cas^ dismissed inconsequence of an inform ality in the infonnation. Catherine ltyau v. Isabella Brieu. — A eummous case for as assault. Mr. Collins appeared for Catherine Evan, and Ur. Chuiib for tlie defendant. Catherine Byan -te;vised as fnllowa:— I ! lived at Mr. MHrnitli's. at the Three-mile Creek ; wb Tuesday, tlie £-tb ultimo, I went into the kitchen and told defendant that there had been no ]-eacc nor quietness since j lie came ; when 1 did so slio hurled a tin j dish at me, sjyingthat she would knock niv j brains ont with a piece of wood she had in j her hands; I ran aw...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES IN THE HOLY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

THE PBINCE OF WALES IN THE HOLY LAND, j ( From a Camtponitnt cf JhbUt.) ; Tub first two days of camp life near Jern wtlem were devoted to the Holy City itself. The Prince visited the English mbisionnry Rchool and cjiarc.li, the Mosque of Omar, the j Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Mount of ' Olives, the Valley of Jehnsophat. and lastly, tbe great Mosque which is built over the j tomb of David. This last building is rigo- j ronslv taloo to unbelievers, and. its gates I opened reluctantly even to the Prince of j Wales. I believe the Pusbn of Egypt bad to ! nse the most strenuous arguments, and rely on the. advocacy of an imposing military 1 force todumptlic sacred ardourof the Turks, ' who were eager to prevent, or at least to ; avenge, the outrage offered to tbeir sacred traditions. But in spite of many centuries of precedent, the Prince entered the mosque. and bad the privilege of standing where no infidel has stood since the Crusades. Yet it is said that the most sacred places we...

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

»_iiLVti;.,:,:ll.;. I Jt_ l5_. sc* 1 Sl* ' Ml'v= ;'H--:i 'i- — 1_-ES. Sicxs. } A'i_ o.N rrjj; jt*_ iTS ' n.n. ~i. «. MMm-,Xtirn hiulur.liy i c;« '. S _ 1 C 2 ';?: ;v Ml :??!_... SI «.^i 5 _. T 7 ?- ; 3 -^ t ? i,; M.mJ»y._ +! r 45 1 5 _ j S i ' 4 's ; 4 „ ? Ji?t'-'1''J'— 3! fi — i ' — ' ; . 9 s 4 41 ' .'i t MmoJv :, (fllsiil US .«:.:-S| lri_.y „!-,-,»! S SI ; li _ 1 T i t, u j *ni*miiT£ rating knii H-ttiaic i» caJrutat-Mj to mean «AliU_X_U'S CA_RX_AK 1'OIZ JULY:. Fruit and Kitchen Garden. — The gouera ' t-iiini.i^- a.;ul pruuij » 'f th'5 iw.'.irij, uec tarine, apiile. i-eir. fig. orau^.:. and other trees sUonU be finished. Clean asparasns ?utd rhubarb b^ds, aud plant kardv fruit trees. . -_ {hsaeh, cherry, apricot. ('jiii.iLV. appli:. t»c-ir, iiai aJmn^J. __1J:aiu i_cidaou» fruit treed. Klon-rr (larfea and Slinibberies— N*«w is thj [kiiiod for laying tin- tonadjition of a tine lawa — the pride'. it liriiisii zanleniii':. tot Jtl! frasll ta.'.tu;j|j_.giniynit ;, and take steps tu nil ...

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THURSDAY, JULY 31ST. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

TflCBSDlY, JlLV SlST. Before the Police Magistrate. John Clark aud Patrick U'allau pleaded guiity of drunkenness. Clark was line 5s., Wallace JOd_ «jicl) liavin^ the alteruative ot ?M hours in the cclhi. A slaughtering license was granted to Francis Dowliug, of Gatton.

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

____ AllKAJCtiiuitESrs At Tii_ POST O__ tU_. '^_~-~«.. ifro«il»j.l_»»JB.taia__r_ni_iu Toowoom- Jl vrij^i^B. ! -uj. sW ?BT^inot. -JJ Suiter, gjua.1 .la^s^.,,,. 1 T'ic fore riini Mails arrive at ilicir iles'.I - D-iriou as follows : — Biuuuji . . Diilj, Sunday excejitod. 10 aau. Toowoohba. Wtidiuisday, 11 ajn.; Satur day, a* p.m. Djiattox. . . . AVednes«L-«y, lioou; Satarday, Cpju. AVauwick .. Taeblav. 4 p.nL; Saturday . 11 ajn. ? - Nasasgo .. Friday, noon. _ The fi-Tl--n;in; alaiU are cuutinguut for time on the arrivals of the st earners; tuidfur these such oirsngeiatMits are made as are most likely to iu«jt public convenience, vii.: ilarj'lKiTO'i^ii, Uiaaiiitnaa. iiJid Kitciciutriip tou, -every alternate Sunday or Hon ?lay. a« notified in tlie local ]-a;wrs of the previous Friday aud Saturday. - . lieu BK'Um 'iWiies aud the otiicr Austra lia;! coloui-», iu- opportunity oilers, , ti*uin_-r t^rfc m veolc- 'Jl'inniof cl-j6- tSJcjjjilfiUalatPo^tOffitK.- - - S Europe, wi soiuc S iv varyi...

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

WEDNlillir. Before the Police ilxizi^lrxte, 3 Marphv G. Thorn, and U. H. Wilson, lisas. 1'ntHuk Wullaeu, cuuvietud «»f druuketi ness. was fined 5s., with the alternative of ?J.I hours in the cells. [Tlte foregoing «JS accideutally omitted from our last issue].

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

WSmCIK THURSDAY. AUGUSTS, 1SC2. j The advantage of comnionagft for the j use of the residents in towus L- so w«ll i understood aad grapraHy appreciated, I as to require no farther enfor-^eInent?. I It is everywhere aJaiittpd that com | uioaage facilities add to the comfort of tht' iab.il-ita::tj! «f a to;rn, by placing .within taoir reaon the means of cheaply fecdins doaiestic iiiiltuaLs, and avoIJing broaches of th-j seroral onaetiaeuts. neccss-jry f^r freeing tJio streota and prii-ato pmporty from the inijiediiaent and destruction that ssa&Uy obtain vrfaero tJierie ore no ooknmoaage ri^!ztB lu many places the reserration of , cotnmonagv is co-eii?t ;nt ivitb the pro- i clamatioQ of the town, and it remains i niilv f-ir the civil! authority to care fir tue reserve, and make rules irhorcby its a.lvmtages may lie equally enjoyed by ail who require to n~o tliem. Tue ousfcitn of coiuui:-nage is very ancient, and the high value placed «u the privi lege l»y «u.r uceuors ia tvideu...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

IPSWICH t«-»LIOB COUiiT. Tdimi'Av, .Ili.y 2». liEPtHtE tiie l'tflicu Magistrate aud Caorge ^Ti'rn. Esq. I l-on*ld McBeao, convicted of drunken- ' ness, was fined IDs, with the alternative of i H hours in the culls. Michael Mtzpatrick. A summons case uuiler tliu Masters' Hud Sarvouts' Act. Xo apnuaianct; of citiier party. COMITOK \\ jSOOTT. A snmraoiin case for an assault. Frederick Compt»n deposed as under : — On Saturday last I weiit to defendant's furniture lielouciojr to him. Mr. t?cutt not lii-inir in. 1 waited until he arrived; on his arrival he went in and closed the door; Mr. i Dowden then called to dtsfendaut. and he came out; 1 tiicn went into the office with Mr. DoudKii. and. takiujr up a chair, said tn Mr. DuRdiHi, -1 deliver up the property you let me have ;** upon this Mr. Scott said j he would not lot anything ffo out of tin) j -iniee, nnd ordered me out. siyiug that I had ] no business thurc ; 1 took up a candlestick. ? which was my property, and us I did so de- i fon...

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

AMERICAN COTTON1. The Manchester cotton market reports express the opiuion that tbere have been no reliable accounts of the destruction of cot ten, to shake tbe belief that then: will be a targe amount to come forward whenever, circumstances will permit. The question when it wiQ come is more difficult to answer,, under the most favorable circnmBtances. Everything- seems to point at present to obstructions in the way of trsne. however soon the ports may be opened, to frequent serious fluctuations in prices, and mnch doubt whether, except in eases of panic or undue alarm, we uhall tor many years ever see prices down to die average ef ordi-. nary years. ? IPFWICH, QUEENSLAND:— Spited Pm.vtet-, asp Pcbuebeb, bt RICHARD BEUOBD. of Ipswich, for tub me rtlETOft, AT TBE ' JflMtTB AffitBMUX ** Omwk. East-street.

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ENGLAND AND MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

EX6LAKD AND MEXICO. . The ' Globe - says England lias washed her bands of tbe Mexican business, and re tains only that holdover the customs of Vera. Cms essential to compel the Mexican Government to discharge its 'debts to. England.

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

3HSCEIiANE0US Tfts Admiralty have at length settled with Captain Cole. The- terms have been ar ranged as follows:— Toe nation becomes the exclusive possessor of tiie invention in con sideration of paxing down £5,000, and granting to Captain Cofe £100 for every Ci.-riola brought into the service for the next 14 vcars. The FBescnTcBF. — Anapproeehingcvent which has jr.stbeen announced will exercise considerable influence on racing in France. We refer to the breaking np of the united stable of Baron Xivero and Count do La grange, and of the probable retirement of the two noble proprietors from the ttaC Tbat immense establishment, comprising' nearly two hundred horses, is now in the market, the price demanded being 800.000 Jrancs. Should no poKhaser be found, tho whole, it is said, will be brought to the hammer hefon- the end of the year. Another event has also just tnmspfrcd. and excites, great interest in racing circles — namely, tho establishment of a grand pri-.e» to be run for ever...

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

; . 2T0TI32. ? rsOtXTRY S:i:*sribi:rs vr Advertisers \J -wftise Aci--- -.cs ara £1 of «;-wa*ds, will nb'ige In- an early remittance. * KOLTB AuSTKAJ.lAX Office, 1st July. IW.2. NOTICE. 'PERSONS INDEBTED t-i tlic Karll. i Australian for Subsections or Adver tising, tn 'he -'fotrh .Time J;ist, inclusive, arc respectfully re^ii'isted la be iiiohit iu tlic settlement «if their aciMuirts. A^roats arc requester! to make immMinte remirtiiices and stntiiinents of in vi.-ys col Icoted.ou account of this establishment. 'North Australian' Oliiw, Ipswich. 21st Slay. ltT.2, — _____ j CJITBSCItnsRHS rowlvin: tli.ar papers 0 imsnlarfv. either :VmiKh tho Post OSiiv --r fr.iu It.tnin.Ts. Mil! oMi -.- \v cuin tttnnicstinijstnncus with t'ir. Publisher. EOTICF. ~~ ^ TrSTFSSnTSW Pu'hsfTibcrs km renatS&H 1 tlj.it Hi--r.r. s.-it fj. tha first issue ..f tbi* .?onnix) for the quarter. Persons calling at the oifi;:e, i-r sctiilins; a vriti.-n order, will have tfic pajisr d-iii-ared regularly at theii...

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

i% gfotijj Australian, AifD QCXEXSJ-AITD GEXEBW AI-T£imSEK, IS published on TdEsDAT, Thcrsday. and bATURDJit mornings, and forwarded to Coontrjr Stdwcribers by the earliest miik The Quarters terminate on the 31st March : 30th June, 30th September, asd 31st Decem- i bar, at which periods only can resignation I bo received. Notices of resiguation will I nut be Httonded to unless given in writine; I Subscribers will b* charged from the' j outs ol commencing their subscriptions. TEHCS OF AOTEkTUIllC. T-vn itnes, or under a quarter of an iuc'i ? 1 0 Four K ^es. or under half an inch ? \ J 0 gis. lines, or under three-quarters of an iach ? j $ Eight lines, or under one inch'.'*!.' % 0 '£vcry additional eight liues. under auinch ? j 0 .TEUfB or JNgCDCST. C ;'?-,- .^-ativ« Insertions ? JOltceat '--? .. ? 15 „ -??? - .. ? 55 „ i.'!ic „ iiaber of insertion* mnst be written v;^ th» face ef each Advertisement, or it j will be continued until countermanded, and f charged accordingly. Advertiseme...

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

SHIPPING AlliMVALS. Jm.v 31.— l'rinee of Wales, steamer, Cap tttn licit, frum Srduuv. l\i*sen»-T« ? Messrs. C. S. Warry.' E. Hinaer, HaLinnr clier, Torrins. J. lla:;.i. 3.M. At&uieaoV M_kT J. H. Pou!.-, :.Irs. Ksusett, Miss Wasabow, Miss Buckling aad 45 ia tUo eieerage. . '' ? ., . : July 31. — Si_5ij_ steamer,; Captain ? jirowa. tram islaryuortMSEii ihe.30:h instant. PassJiigors— Hjam. Spadnolitte aad Bid son. July 81. — Piuncer. schooner, SS tons. Cap turn Uriggs, from Newcastle on Wednesday week Ust. — I passcuipx. July 31.— Julia lVrcy, brij turn liock l__^tjil. . ?*?;? _. ?_?. DEPASTURE/ July,. 30*-— uly Lyrteito.i. barque, 260 tms, Ciijit-uu HjA'ani, fur Newcastle, in Itallast. I'iissen^ers — ml. ? imposts. Prince of Wales : i bags p.iUtocs, Dr. Armstrong; 1 ho^sheal haidivaru, 2 cisss 6an4ries. 1L Aland; leases fruit, o kej~= butter, IZ. Buleock : 1 l-:m_.) galvaaweil v irtia, a_-!f «.-i-l-Sons; _i !jas» sucar. 4(iiii!.-s i __a_i. J. Bcrkuiiui; H i—okacus i;.-:i. 110:...

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THE DISTRESS IN THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICTS. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

THE DISTRESS IK THE MAXUFAC TVSB1XG DISTRICTS. {Abridged from the CeunerX Pcwjc Heeteto. Pcbscjikt to public announcement, a row.t- i in~«-s« heMoaTnesdaycveningintlKliaUor ] thmew normal SclinoLforthepnrpow nfde- i vi»in^ means for the relief of tbosc tf nzr j suffering fetlotr-conntrvroen at home who ' h-ive beeo reduced to a state bordering on stanartOQ by the stoppage of tin* suripiv of cotton from America. Ilis Kxcftiicucy the Governor presded, »nd on tbe piattona n-c f notice several gentlemen of standing and influence. There were not less than from 450 to 600 persons present, and the audience included ft nmrterocs sprinkiiug of tbe £ur sbjc. Hi» ExceHnncy liavingr reaa the advertise ment can vening the niectin^. said that tbe iniuiy people of different classes who bad mnt there that nigiit had heard fiomethuig of the erael affliction vvhicii Uad overtaken many of tbeir fdloir-eoiiutrriDen at homo. As there were many ftnent and aWe sj-eaTt- vrs who were to succeed him in addre...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

' MOXB8 &KX» KEWB Ajfn-C-KUJE tiEJiCCE-:— A vnry excellent saggss&mw&s iu«leln-riie Ber.SIr. Drane, on Thursday -!VeoUiKl«*,tu prevent tliein troductioa cf CwJi'-K i)!i.i tl.in colony — namely, Uie cshiblisimiLiit of an Anti Coolie Ijeaj^ie, for disseminating informa tion on the sui-ject by mcaus of iectures through the ]ir«se. public meetings, and ttthendse. TRHiJftis suggestion »Lonti)olr iedheur, ItelioiTii^-it would lie the most ef fectual meauji vi iivortii.^ the Uiruiteuul evil. -V,- trml thatlhr 1rai«n? an.l ai.-st #;,- tl.inith.lir.'aaliil.-iits orHn--listviettnkin- ah i interest in t!je s:l j:;ct will take iiiimei!i.itr \ sl,psf.,r Its iiHtinti»n, fii-liug anuia! Uiut when it is nn«r. cortunennd nulack «tfsni-- p«rt will lie tnnud tttifxStt. The Onivros iso Toowik.mba Blectii-k. —We have ije.!n.»ssi,red by Kj . J. p. WJ.itp thai theJeurreut iruport of hi* being offered the TraaEiirunthip, in the went .ifftr. Mof firtt's declining tlie^iBiec. is eatir...

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PEARFUL HURRICANE IS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

gEAKFUL HDRRICAXE US KjStf tLAND. Mr. E. J. Lowe, of the Boston Ob eervatory, relates the following extra ordinary facts in a letter to the Times: ' Soon after despatching a report of a. violent thunderstorm of the 7tb, a telegram arrived calling sir attention 1-- a destructive hurricane near Newark, which occurred the same afternoon. I ?went over the next day, and have paid a subsequent visit to 'this remarkable scene. 'It is scarcely possible to imagine anything more thoroughly destroyed [ than everything that came in the way ! of this fearful storm. It appeared to commence at Barnby, where a small barn was thrown down. After proceed ing a mile, its force evidently conside rably increased, and jnst before reaching (Jodiiiagton, its course crossed a 'farm house and buildings, which were un roofed. It then passed over several fields, tearing up tbe hedges; one field ?mis ploughed in ridges, which wen; en tirely levelled. As it crossed Ualder tnn-lane, it unroofed aj farmhouse, and t...

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

TASMANIA. Tlie Beautiful Star bos nnivefl at Hobart Town. The salmon ova nil dead. The Tasinanian Ij ?ciulatnre was opened on tlie 22nd. Tbe »v.»vernor*s speech ciiui mcute on the agricultural distress, aud no corauiends economy and -oeientifife cnltiva vatiou. * A promise was made tta«t the pub lic departments should b-: rrdnced to meet the altered couditivm of tlie colony. A valuable scam -if coal has been dis covered on the river Oon.,. .'?':. ' The iduraccstoQ Olismber «f Commerce has petitioned the Legislature iagKinsfc ad valorem ditties. The weather is described *s boisterons, .wife heavy rains.

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