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RAPID CONSTRUCTION OF A RAILWAY VAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

KAPD) .CONSTRUCTION OF A EAELWAr VAN. A remarkable example was yesterdnv afforded of the combination nf power and celerity to be witnessed in the neat work shops that torn ont the wonderful machiuerv of locomotion with which, within a few years, the word has become familiar. Mr. John Ashbury, the famous carriage bniider, at Openshaw, near Manchester, had invited a number of mends and competent inspec tors to visit his extensive works, not only to view the many interesting operations of manufacture that are being constantly re peated there, but specially to observe the progress and completion, within 12 hours, of a large covered railway wagon, bnilt of East India Monimein teak, aud^f ^''^ JSSwSSP^ftu'Ju^uta except tbe springs) ac tually began yesterday morning, at a quarter-put seven o'clock, {rant the timber in the log state and the cast iron in the ' pig.' and was finished in everv detail bv .15 minutes after six yesterday evening. We are indebted to Mr. W'rigley (of the firm of Fo...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NEW LINE OF AMERICAN STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

tfKW LINE OF AMERICAN STEAMERS. Os yestcrd&y, the first of a, new line of et-amcrs, intended to lily between Cork and Quebec, arrived at Qucenstown at noon. Tbe line is the property of the Montreal Ocean Steamship Company, and had previ ously made this its iwt of call, prior to being transferred to .Londonderry. The vessels, are all first-class, powerful, Clyde built steamers, and have acquired a hiefa re pqtatioo a» sea-goers. .They are intended to call bere eolelv for uaminn. -TfceSt. TirtA I»refii5otaa»gow, where »he had embarked 106 steerage and 80 cabin passen gers.- They were almost exclusively Scotch mechancs, with their families. At this port she embarked 193 steerage and two cabin passengers, one buodreel uf the former hoing euopervthe depressUn in whose trade here induced them to seek employment in another isod. TJiey preaeated a most wretched ap pearance, beating most unmistakable traces of the privations they had been exposed to during the past winter. The St Geo...

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BATHURST. Thursday, July 24, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

BATnUKST. Thursday, Julv 21. R p.m. At the anti-Statu-aid uuvtin::. held last u'ight. tlie chair was occupied hv i»r. Mac hattte. The Tue.-ti.i- was a tleusely crowded one. The didereut spelters, an:«np-t wlimu were ministers of the WcsJ.;yaa and ltai-ust dunominarions. onuld uut ubtain a hearing in cmistHjuonco -jf t!ie noisy int«rrit;itious .»f several lursuas present, 'who seemeil tn fiirm a i-erfectly wgajiiseil fitctioa, and some ol wli.im had supplied themselves with a quintUy of d,iu^-li for the puniosa of pelting tUe Sj-iikers. Tlie olialrmr.u. after luany fruitless ciforts tn ohtsiiii onkr, aJ. jonrned themtutinsr.Hs it was utteriv iuimis sible to go on with th« liiisiuesi whilst tliese noisy lnae^:.liEUs continue)! A deputation cuiiMstiii^ of Dr. Mnclmttie tlte Rov. Mr. l«!ij;usti.ii. Mr. CaLInrelL Mr. Thorotuu, ,-iiiJ sercRtl orJier geatlciiien, waited uti the police ma^i.tntu thi-s aft^r noju, to vbtuiu purtiiisuiin tu hoM the ,ij jnurneil meotiiij; in tiie Cou!-t-hoTise...

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LACHLAN. Tuesday, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

LACHLAS. Tiic^Uv. Julv 22. Xathia£ new of iuinurtaucu ,iu luining A public meeting was held on SatunSav. t» ci-.i-iilor means .if esuihiuhiug ji hospital forthwith. A luvvisional counniUee was ulected. aud a considerable sum has already been subscribed, and a. largo aiauunt -)ro- ''''^ - — ^i - --1- ????1-l'-- -- The eseoif^nTTSiinajiy took m-or S2S5 ounces guld and £10}u specie. Friday, Jnly 25. Mining affairs oontinnu satisfiirtory Kat-i)cii.-s are ou the increase Last night, Messrs. Carey and Blacicauzie's (tailors) k!kij- was rciljhcd uf projiertv worth more than £1-5'J. The do.-r was ujiened bv a skeleton key. This morning. JMtweea three and four u'clock, Jones's store, lUn ken-strcat. was entered and a -drawer in tlie licdroum adjoining -v.is lifled. and aUoiit £50 taken. Luckily. Mr. Jnncs had paid over 1*0 for carriage last nijflit, or his !o=s would Iiave lwtu grrjitcr. A (.erson named So!i.iS'.ld was garrotted in Uaukcn-street, a ui-ht or tivo atro. aad robbed «f £21. The ...

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ADELAIDE. Friday, July 25, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

ADELAIDE. Friday, July 25, S pjn. Tlic flour market rcmauis the same as previous o,uotati-jus. Wheat, from is. 3d. to 5s. -id. Mr. Ueynolds' reStdution in favor uf free distillation waj- lost l-y four votes. Great stonii all over the country, witU lnueh rain. Arrived, the Soa Star, from Londou.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, July 23, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

MEi.BOtlKSTE. ?We-luL-s.lai . ,7ii!v 23. K ,. m Tlie Lancashire Disnese, i'uuj now rciches £--iH.O sturluj,'. iaciudijg cuai.tr\ subscriptions. At a Meeting of the Sailors' Home Com mittee subscriptions io tUe auiu^ut oi* iiJiXM were announced. Ihe Coroner's jurj-. after sitting for eight days on the death of John Turner, at Yarn Bend, have feofiaratcd without a vaidict. ! The Coroner has adjourned th.; visifiiiry to tbe Suprsuic Court fur j.i.iictd direetiuu. Arrived.— Biiiniii^haiu, fmin L-judmi. Thursday, July 24. fi pjn. Business quieL iireparitig for die mail. Three bushrangers were taken, supposed to havo been connected with tlie gold escort robberv. laOfib sterling- wilt he aaut by die mail in aid of tho distressed operatives in Lauea sliire. At the Heads it has been Uowiug a gale all day. Arrived.— City of Ileliiuiuiie, iruui IJvor pool; Greshnu,'fioiii Loudou. Friday, July 23. Sp.tgi. The B.M.S. BoinWy arrived at iioou, after encnnnti-riug fearful wuather Tiie Civwu has ent...

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

Friday Evening. A private match for £50 a-side came off to.day between Mr. A. Weinholt's No-name and Mr. Bardie's Van Tromp; two miles, one event. Won easily by Van Tromp, who came in hard held. ^ Mr. 311-ermott lias purchaEcd Jib The town is very gay this evening!' A grand ball will be given on Thurs day evening next, at the Criterion Ilotel- by Mr. A. Weinholt.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. WARWICK RACES. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday Evening. THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

LATEST I ivi't-;i ?T.-jv^KF'.TsTOE. [By Elei-tuic Texeqiutii.] WABWICK RACES. (fiiom odb special corkesposdest.) Thursday Evening. THIRn DAY— TttUnSDAY. JULV':H. The -\ anvick races advertised in the programme terminated this afternoon, and I am glad to say without a single accident, and to tlie entire satisfaction of all present. CTBST BAOE. Tlie EASTERN IIOU'KS MKMBKlfS CUP, a piece of plate of the value i.f **5. witli £00 added, the gift of J. I*. M-Leau. Bsq^ M.f..A^ fur all horses. Three miles. Weight for appe. The winner of the North Australian IHatv or the Dra\-ti-n and Toowoomba Mate, to cirrv 7U)S. ettra. Tho winner of li-lli lOltw. extra. TTirii a ani»i-stak«s of £3 for tiia second horse. Entrance, frue. Jihlioom ? 1 Telesram ? 2 Hunoainp ? 3 Grasshopper ? 4 This race was capitally contested, Jibboootn, although carrying one Stone more than Telegram, coming in ttircc Icnsrths a head ; Telegram, however, was suffering from injuries sustained in the Imnlle race yesterday. Ti...

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

THE BURNETT. Tho following extracts - are from the Burnett Argua, of 21th July : — Xabbow Estate. — On Saturday morning last Dr. Tynions narrowly ?scaped what might have proved a fatal accident, were it not that the Fates were propitious. The doctor it appears wns galloping through the bush, »n a very spirited horse, and coming into a portion of diickly-tiinb^rcd country. he was endeavouring to pull Ins horse up to the right of a large tree, when the horse proved obstinate, and immediately jumped to the left, bringing flic doctor's head in con tact with the tree, whereby he was stunned, thrown out of his saddle, and his face severely cut. Assistance was soon rendered by parties who saw the doctor fall, and they conveyed him home in an almost insensible state. We arc happy to state, however, that nothing nf a remarkably serious nature occurred, and that the unfortunate gentle man is now able to attend to his professi onal duties. Lauding. — There is every prospect of arr excellent la...

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WEST MAITLAND. Saturday evening July 26, 9.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

VEST MAir!,VN*:». gstnrday evening. July il, aAO ').m. (FrviK tJttS. M. Btrql.7.) tvilonel ll.iv.iiiion in-s|i.Ttcd tlnj I':ist ]U:-;tland Volsiuteen to-il.iy. Tin- ^ivitn piSilld olf null ; nii.iut tw.', ti,..u»;ui J hji.jc tuEo.-s »eic p,--:£i.-iit, -liid one liiijd.ed and ei^htv voiuatutin .incuded.

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

BOOEHAMPTOX. The following extracts an- from the Bul letin to the 27th Jcly :— Auiuestai. Death. — An act-ident oc curred to a man named Hubert Ramsay, ou Monday last, who has f-y some lime 'been eoolc at Gmccuiore. He left Mr. McGregor's ou Imrseljack. and sbortlv afterwards was found lying on tbe road by the brick Lilns a little beyond the cemetery, much injured and in :i dangerous stiite. He was conveved to Mr. McfJreiiorV Hi.u-1. and imniediatVjy attended by Dr. Robertson. On Tuesday morning, he was removL-d to the Hospital, and during the -1:it seemed to improve, hut towards ni-ilit he bec:une worse, and expired j about II o'clwl'. An ini{m»t was held the - next day. and u verdict returnrd ol ' Died fr.iiii coiu-iissioii of the brain produced bv a fall from a burse.' A rider was attached t« the verdict, - That tbe attention of the au thorities he called to the slate of tbe road in that locality, the road l-ein-r unsafe for iht : sons on horseback.' The horse the de ceased w.-is...

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

STDKEr. Tuesdav. I From tlit Courier.) His Excellency the Governor is expected tu rt;tnm from his tonr tn Bellambi to-night. Oliver, ;thc bank defaulter, has' been fully committed for trial. The defalraitions are found to amount to £2000. Bail was re fusod. Dividends were declared to-day by the undermentioned banking, and other compa nies for the amonnts set forth, namely, — Australian Joint Stock Bank, S per cent. ; Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, 15 per cent. ; and the Coal and Copper Com pany. 7 per cent Walter, the assistant superintendent of telegraphs in this colony, has been rein stated, no .blame being found to attach to him In connection with the recently disco vered defalcations. ' ...' ' _Weanes(Uy. 6 pjn. , Sir John Young Jetprned, as antleipated. last ni^ht. - . i *.. Tiie refusal of an insol venf 6 pfriifiratf to Kr. Bin^hun -formorly of the firm of Gar land and Bin^uun), has been confirmed. Tiio Volunteer Bifle match at West Msit land has ended in a. tic. .. ? ?...

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

VICTORIA. Bv tho AVonga Wonga wo have Melbourne {tapers to the 24th. We -runtc as follows from tho Araut ? ? That journal of Thursday says:— 'The coroner's jury empanelled on the inquest ujion the death of Joho Turner of Prahan, after hearing a mass of evidence which oc cupied eight days, and after having been locked np for nearly twenty-four hours have failed to agree npon a verdict. They can not tell us who is responsible for the death of this unhappy man, or what portion of the treatment to which hr fell a victim actually caused his death : and if any of the jury had determined — as has been stated — to fix tho j blame upon any individual, we do not see I haw thev could hare done otherwise than I foil to find a verdict. Turner was clcarly dic victim of the gr*-ssly inhumau svstem against which we have always inado it our business to protest in die strongest terms we could use. The whole system of the gaol treatment of the insane is a monstrous barbarism, more astonishing to the m...

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NEW SOUTH WALLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. We have Sydney files to the 28th instant. The movement originated in Sydney for the relief of the distressed operatives in die manufacturing districts of England, lias, we are happy to say, been warmly taken up, and promises to extend generally over all the districts of the colony. The contribu tions have poured in with a promptitude and liberality highly creditable to the donors, and notwidistanding die shortness of time at command, the treasurers were euablod to remit a first instalment of £5000 by the mail steamer Bombay on Tuesday, leaving a goodly balance in hand as the nucleus of a second instalment to be forwarded next month. One pleasing fact connected, with the movement is that the subscriptions came from all classes of society, and include even the children of the various Sunday schools, whose amodnts in the Aggregate arc Vy no means insignificant. ^TUe fund will be ad* ministered in England under tbe direction OfSir Da.iiel Cooper. .Sir. Edward Hamilton.'...

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THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 August 1862

&**$ PISTRESS IN LANCA SHIRE. (From the Tiaut, Mm 17.) Yesterday the Provisional Committen, lecently formed in the city of London for raising fuuds for the relief of the distressed operatives in Lancashire and Cheshire, had an interview with the Lord Mayor at the Mansion-house. There xrere present Mr. William Mor ley, Mr. W. J. It. Cotton, Mr. Charles JSarbcr, Jlr. J. Arzmtsge, sir. H. Ilowes, Sir. F. Ljcett, and Mr. S. Diberogiuc. It -was Eta ted that the total sum received ' by the Lord Mayor up to yesterday was .£2,844 «?;, ^f which a balance of j£l,344 remained is v«Jid, after sending £1,506 in varying jmyortians to four of the principal towns which .*ie neces sities of the people appeared to be most nrgent namely, Blackburn £500 ; Preston, £500 ; Wigan, £200; and Stockport, £250. Jitters were read from thesecretarics to the Belief Committees in those towns gratefully acknowledging the receipt of this timely nid. Mr. Ashcrnft, tiie town-clerk of Preston, writing to the L...

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

WAKTKD a Xl'RSE GIBL. Apply to A. P. LIMKX AXTKD. a MAHKIED COUPLE with grown-up daughter. Wage* liberal. Apply to WALTER GRAY & CO. ANTED, a YOUTH, from 14 to 16 years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper. UTASTEU. 10.000 First-lass 1BON t* BAItK SHINGLES. Apply at Messrs. CKIBB Ss FOOTE'S. Ipswich, July 24. £10 SEWABD. LOST, between Oatton anfl Ruaraba. a CHESNUT HOUSE. V near shoulder. with side saddle on. AUo. a CHKSN-ITT POXT. EW near shoulder. O off shoulder. k.i.MIo on. Five l'.mnas each will be paia on delivery at Gatton or Ipswich, by ltev. 1\ BAILEY. j£10BEWABD. THE ITndersigned.' being anxious to learn the whereabouts of asttntlrmnn by the name of FIIEDK. PEUFKUMENT. who is l«:li.veil to have gone northward, will pay dio above Reward to any person who will rive the required information by furnishing Mr. Perferment's address. HENRY MORGAN. Inveroll, New England. May lfi. 16C2. £1 EEWABD. LOST, f...

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

Birth. On 22nd July last, at her residence, Green- mantle, Donga, the wife of Michael O'Brien, Esq., of a son.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

IMPOUNDBTGS. At Draj-ton, on 21th July. 1S62, from Wcstbrook, by order jf Messrs. McLean and Beit; damages and driving expenses 2s. 6d. per head : — White cow,, top ofi both ears, '*V over W off shoulder. V off thigh ; red sided poley cow, CC (first C to Ieft- near rump, O «?£ conjoined near loin, piece out near car; white poley cow, red cheeks,. TF near ramp and ribs, slit near ear'; red and white bull calf, nnbranded ; red bull, top off both ears, JII conjoined off rump— £5 damages; red and -white steer, like MF off ribs, top off off car; red poley steer, like JTS or JG off rump; red and white steer,. like H near rump, bole and slit off ear. slit near ear; rod and. white bull stag, top off'. tmrll hnn» litp \V~ AfiT dintiiiiro- - m^ ctMB .calf, like LM near rump; strawberry bul lock, lite V over H off rump, tip off near ear. If the above cattle are not-released oil or before the 16th day of August, IS62, they will be sold to pay expenses.. Abtbcb Lloyd, poundkeeper.. IPSWICH. QCEE...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

VICTORIA. following; — The escort which arrived on the ISth from the various £old-&ems brought down 60,919 I'nnccp. which is 76fi3 ounces in excess of that received during the corresponding week of last year. Amongst the numerous passengers from Melbourne, per Ooth».nbuttr. for Otago, on Wednesday, was Mr. .Tohn Lnrub, the cham pion billiard-pUver of the colonies, who has pone to earn fresh laurels in New Zealand, haviug either beaten or frightened all com petitors here. He plays a match of 1000 np for £500 a-side at D'unedin, on the 4th of August, with Mr- Farqiihar. a new arrival, who, According to report, is the most for midable antagonist Mr. iamb has yet en countered. On Saturday forenoon, shortly after ten o'clock, a man .was observed to ro down to the river, b little below Princes Bridge, take oft* his bat, place it on the bank, and after drinlrinir some water bnt of his hands, to walk deliberately into tbe stream, and be ?nras then seen fi.wtcd down with &« c...

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BRITISH LABOR AND NO COOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

J^SZT&H LA.BOH ASO SOOOOL1ES.( - ^03 foljowlag is the detailed report of the j Jeiiura adjrered bv the Herd. J. W. C. ?Ptano. at the Ip3wnA School of Arts, on j Thursday last, «a the ijuestioti of British Lsb'lr compared with Goalie Immigration, ^itricfc O'Sullivau, Esq., MX.A-, ia «io chair. The hall was nearly GU«a. andMn sidsrable interest was uanifeati:! U the lecture. JCIL. Ch*ircn*i and Fellow-Townsiwn.— Wa are ra?t to-nizar tq csaaiicr the «A-olie ques tion. The Anti-QooUe »irt? (^ the oppo nents of Indian ima-igrati»- I?11™ b?en 8tyloi)i, were t!ie first to iy°' *'»» qaasUon in this town reeontlv, ;-^ they were to - lowed bv the Pro-Cos** advocates .both I tUraa?h'«(e Press «,fV lecture ; ani the tirfit nf reply rest?*'*5? tl« movers «f the debits; ana iris tb/ notcoaje lorvv W under thJii cirenmst/^8: th«lr silence might l»*ve been c m/?0' lnt0 c^warjice or Ijest ?tancv mr-re /''eul-irfy as tSwir characters ? i ^jj^isunenee this lecture by res'lin? j 10 vbiv*'™ '?'»...

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