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THE "ERIN-GO-BRAGH." [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

TlfS ' RBTX-rsO-BRAOH.' Tire II^aiMi OScirfPr. TT^W.s) went .lo-r-n t-» the Bny it the-'::iBl»:ns' b^wt from K.irf~ F»nn aHont s!t dVI.v-U yesterflay f Friday) mnminu.sm! ift-^rlmardiurtlin La Rne'ifl'p. and findim: tlie i!nmis»ra:]t« in b nerfertlv healthy st;it», he pmeeefleil at ont ncn-«- the Bay to the Erin-so-Braerh. wliioh ves':'! Jw f/mnd ivinzAff the ship Vat?h. Hrariitr thit the pisseiiOTrs hail l)?ea Rfl--^tei1 with disi'n«e. the -'-H:tir diil not board, nnd. us ns-al under snch cirenmstances. lw dirwteil that she should reinRiu in quanntitip for a few days, i;i order to nllnnr of mcdicsl in spection, la the mesntirr.« it was his in tention to report the narticillnts nf the rsse to the Gnvprnment. We are mainly itMeMcd to the s'.ms eentienista for the f.-l].-wiii-r particulars: — TheEiin-^o-Brashlert()iipeT!- town on the 7th of February last with 431 immiciant*- On the fourth day after leav ins. tynhoid fever and scarlatina hroke out aiuone the piseensers. and continued t...

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

B1FLE MATCH. CAtTarK SirtTn. of the Ipswich M'nnntei* Rt9er-»rp--.Tpitli rh« very Isndi He intcntinn of testing the prnficicnev »rj)uiiT-J in rifl? shontint; liy so many of his company ns misrhtfei-1 disposed tit enter for the inntch. pruspnted n very hamlsomc silver pnp valued at nftCRD eiiiuea«. to V- enntrsten for. TIt' match oune off on Sat-irrlny last, at flip BnttA. n»!'-th?f)ne-ni!leBHdFe. Althmig-h it w:is i» fin1* piui-fthitiv /ay. there was n vi-rv Ktmnr hrcer.^ frim th» imntward. irfiirh mato.-Lillv irterf.'re-! with aornrscr nf «ijn. !-nd to which mnv l»e nttribiTtrn th Bompwhnt *=mnll nuin^n%'«f points irp^-* ir tlie sVpotinT. It will 1-? tib^Tfe-l in th.» score aitnflndt^n bi^ln^. that n'.tbonirh tbre^ hit thft'lmliVeyc nt VTTt ysnl** r-i.igi:. i^Te wjis Bt the lflO ttnH ton vnr,1s but onr l«*Vf eye m»fle. which ww l-_r T.imitsaant H«-'tT. vrhn. bowpver. at 2:V- vards* rMtic^ did not score lit all It wis tn be «~rrerfpfl thit thf cnmpcti»--r- fir t'i« en -?nnrit-'fl -n...

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FRIDAY. IN BANCO. (Before his HOnor Mr. Justice Latwyche.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

FRIDAY. In Banco. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) In the Insolvent Estate of Jonathan Har ris.— On the motion of Mr. Lilley, the certi ficate granted in the above estate on July 31st was confirmed. In the Insolvent Estate of John Dare. — On the motion of Mr. Simpson, the certifi cate granted in the above estate on July 31st was confirmed.

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IN BANCO. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

In Banco. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) His Honor confirmed the granting of certificates to David Perrier and Sidney Hutton. On the motion of the Attorney General, his Honor confirmed a plan of distribution in the insolvent estate of Jonathan Harris, showing a dividend of 2s 7d. in the £.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 August 1862

Marriages. On the 2nd instant, at Little Ipswich, by Rev. G. M. Reed, Mr. John Hawser to Mrs. Joice Kendall.

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

S EC X ''£»:£? XING arbivals. 3VLX 31— La Bochelle. ship. 1000 tans. Captain Junge. from Hamburg the 28th- f April, Passengers — Mr. C. Bertholo. I and 339 immigrants. Agcuts— Ilcasskrand Franckscn, July 3l.~Erin-Go-3rr.gh, ship. V 00 tons. Captain Boriaisc. from QKeenstown. tbe 7th Fcbrnary last, with 431 immigrants. Dr. J. LiruT, surgeon-sirperiiitendent. Aagast 1; — Queensland, steamer, Csptaiq Patnllo, from the Xorthern Forts. Passen ccrs (to GladstoDCl— Mrs. Palmer. (To Mirvboronjrli), Mrs. Baker. (To Brisbane). Hessra. Xf.W. Ansloov Coltyns. Bruwa. Bell, 'Morton. T. 'ttogers, H- Still. 'W. Smitli, W. Sheridan, A. & Mftrtyo, and 3d in the ?teeraga. August 2. — Fanny, schooner, S3 tons. Captain Smitl:, from Svdiiev. Angnst 3.— VTilliaas (s.)'Cnpiain Cottier, from Rockhampton. Passengers — Messrs. J. Jardins, P.Sf_ J. P. B. Bzmsav. Humes. Simons, Toser, Sergeant Green (12tliH«gt.), and. 10 in the steerage. imports. La BucheUe: 40 rams. 1 cass saddlerr, 2 easea reins, 6 ca...

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LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE. General Post-office. Brisbane, 29th July, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS JPOB THE MONTH OF JUNE. General Post-office, Brisbane. S9th July, 1662. lAoams. BL, Warwick: 2 Adams — Ipswich; 3 Adair, James T.. Gogooltnnda; 4 Aitken, John Ipswich (2); S Alburt, Wa, Ipswich; 6 Allen, Charles Budolpb, Ips wich- 7 Ambrose, Patrick, Callandoon; 8 Andrews, Henry. Bockhampton; 9 An drews' Henry. Bockhampton ; 10 Anning. ft. Taromn: 11 Atgyle, W. &. Bock hampton ; 12 Armstrong, Mrs. Ellen, War wick ; 13 Arnold, John S- Maryborough; 14 Ashton, — , Bockhampton. 1 Balls. William. Ipswich; 8 Barlow, 'William, Toowoomba (8) 3 Barnard, T_ Bar wood Station ; 4 Barrows, J-, Port Denison ; SBartlett. John, Bockhampton; * Back house, Sebastian, Walloon v7 Beer »r Bed. Thos 'Bockhampton; 6 Bell, Donald. Ips wich ; 9-Bergft»r Mary .-Ann; {pswKh HO BigneL Adam, Warwick; 11 Birch. W., Bookhampton; 12 Black, Chay., Mary borough; 13 Blythman, J, Bnekuampton; 14 Boaroman^Thps, «an»Bar,15«ood5e, F Maiyborongh; 16 Bowler. Willuun; Walloon; JJ — Bawrey^ ...

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GENERAL JACKSON ON FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

«R-JERAL JACKSOS OS FIGHTING. -Now. Mr. B..' said the general. »*«? one attacks you. I know how yon II fight with that big black stick of yours. You 11 aim right for his head. *WL jr. ten chances to one hell ward it oft : and if von do hit him. yon won't bring him aown. An. sir- (taking the stick into his own handaj. -you bold the stick so. and punch him i in the sUimach, and you'll drop bim. I U tell yon how I found that out. .''5? V''' youn- man practising law in Tennessee, there was a big bullying fellow that wanted to pick a quarrel with me, and so trod on mv'tocs. Supposing it accidental. I «.d nothing. So»n after, he aid it again, and I began to suspect his object. In a few minutes he came by i third time, pushing against me violently, and evidently meaning jfofct He was a man of immense size, one oT the very biggest men I ever saw. As quick as a flash I 'latched a small rail frotn the ton of a tl^o%'a^*«r^^iM^^'^f^ fell at my feet, and I stamped on km. Soon he got up. savagt,...

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A PERSIAN BUTCHERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

* PKHSIAX BUTOHEBT. _. The «aa«. d» l--««(' &*** tllV° 'T: inc details of the execution, or rather the .utchery.on the 2Stli Fehruary. offifty-sevtn Turcoman prisoners at Teheran:— ?? M an early hour m the morning, the doors «f the prison were opened, and the captives, tied together by cords, and con ducted by soldiers, were taken to die excer ciainir -round close to the barracks. The prisoners had been stronc athletic men. but appeared to De worn oui uj ?»'»? ? ??- iun~cr One of them, an old man. with white hair, was supported by his two sons. ?Slak-s bad been driven into tbe waJI of the XeTeVtLot of eel, being rwsca np ana fastened to tbe right one of the man next Idui, so that each had only one leg to stand on After that operation, wbicb lasted an hour, a detachment of Infantry, posted at about sixtv paces distance, were ordered to fire - but not one of the prisoners was hit, all the balls striking the wall over their head* for the soldiers who had murmured at bcine emnlo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. ThcExodcsfboh Liverpool. — Liverpool. — The Government officials have issued the usual monthly return of the emigration from this port. The rctnrns for the month still shows a decrease in the emigration, when compared -with former years. During die . month just ended, there left for the United States, ' under the act' IS ships, with 6800 steerage passengers, and 171 cabin; to Canada, one ship, with 427 steerage, and 4 cabin passengers ; to Victoria, 3 ships, with 1040 eteerape. and 9 cabin passengers; to Queensland, one ship, with 210 steerage, and 9 cabin pas-tun-rers: to Vancouver's Island, nne ship, with 35 steerajre, and 7 cabin pas sengers: making a total of 24 ships, and S3I2 st«-n« and 5-Xi cabin passengers; of which 2^(K! were English, 5198 Irish, 231 Scotch, and 217 foreigners. Among the vessels sailing to Kcw York was die Ameri can ship J. 3. Boyd. She nailed on the 21st of last June, and had on board 696 passen gers, all of whom were Mormons. Ihi natinnaUtv...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

CObOCEBCIAI^ ? o ? Fkodcce Sectited. — By Mr. E. Forrest : 30 bales sfceep^iiifls, 20 hides. 2 bossbeadtf

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MR. PEABODY'S GIFT TO THE POOR OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

MB PEABODY'S GIFT TO TUE POOB OF LONDON. At «? Court of Common Council of the City of London, held on the 22ud, Deputy Bee-I brought forward a motion of which he had given notice, ' That the honorary freedom of this city, in a gold box of the value of one hundred guineas, be presented to Mr. George P«jabody, i'l grarcf'.l recognition of S the princely munificence displayed bv him in devoting the sum of one hundred bm-: Sie*nce3y'ai'm^eseTfvit^ poor (iftiiTs metro polis ; antltlicCiisti.iu iiourxlity of senti ment which dictated that the fund thus cre ated should bo administered irrespective of the distinctions of nationality, party, or re ligious belief.' The honorable deputy, in the course of a most eloquent speech in sup port of the motion, said it was unnecessary for him to remind the court that the whole country was ringing witii praises of the noble net this gentleman had performed in devoting a large sum of money to improve the condition vt bis less fortunate fellow creatures,...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

; WXEKLt tALKN'OAK. JEXT.UE. BUM, j SEP. j. »«. pTElUL ' -— — a!If i „ „. i-j; J7J- '.ji,^,, .\ttraj mtttHdaj T ee - is u ; :fu e . fWSsj^r « «« i SJ! l'~Z [ 1 * T CatoiOar *i **» .i'SSl 1 13 1 S -i4 S Ij enuLiy _.iai ess ? sat ; u t Iszi' 4i MuriaT-.n r3S ! »32 [ ?» S IB'SSJI, C xuKUT.is; 8 E7 I 6 as I a* i i.i a ; i: s^ WuliwdiJE 636 } «3t] 17 2 }0l5^0t 1 J 111 Its san'a rislu; And Ke(tine Is cotaalsterf to mesa ot. Ili^tiralariiLt'OTiehianrfeistiroliter.

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FURTHER DISASTERS. LYNN, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

FUBTHEB DISASTEBS. Lrss, Thubsdat. As wonld be gathered from the report in The Timet «f to-day, an attempt was made t» form a barrier to the tidal waters at St. MeryVbridge. the first bridge above (not below) the site of Hie destroyed sluice. Ponderous piles, averacins 45 feet in length and or proportionate tlucimeBS, were an™ deep into the clayey soil of the drain, in front of die bridge on tbe side fucinc the sea. The other side of the fcridiro was fortified by otiier pile* and by tworoassive ' shores.™ The stability of the work, it was 4hos hoped. w»b secured, »na it was intended. Biter driving -down a donblc row of pile?, to sine barges and bags of clay, ana so form a permanent dam, until the sluice could be rebuilt. It was thought thst tlie engineers had at hist hit npon a practicable ptan of defence, and more seennty wits felt in the district tbanBuico the -sluice burst. These hopeful antictpation6.^»M-«fever. have all beenfeUified. The tMc last night came op wiA even greater ...

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GARDENER'S CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

GAUDESEB'S CALEXDABFOB JTJtr. ?rtiit and Kitchen Garden. — The goners thianiag aad pruning of the peach,! nec tarine, apple, pear. fi^. oraiije, and other trses s&oild- ba finishoi. ? Clean sspan^cs »nd riiabarb beds, and -piaur hardy fruit trses, as .peach; cherry,' 'apricot, qnmce, Apple, pear, and aitooml.' -Manure flectduons fc:It trees. ': .' ? -'--I*- ? :-'' _'?'? Floivef Garden l3d;S!mlirberiea.--^S*oir is fte period for laying the f ^.adstSoo of a fine lavrn— the pridr of Brici ill gardening'. Let all fi-e^h tarouq-be complste. Midtake stegs to fill no the Msis' ia the fiovrei gsxden ss Hay i^ cleaned; for the ptirppse of 'coa- tribaiibs-taittra enjoyment of spring. Traas pl»ntIiIUe6^anJ_Qapej)uIba. - - — - FitlL— Prepare lSs ^ronul' tor^potatoss

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THE GREAT FLOOD IN THE FENS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

THE GBEAT FLOOD Ilf THE FENS. fFrpmthe Times.) Tar Wn-coontry public, accustomed only to occasional overflows of brooks and the win ter-flowing of river^nargin meadows, can have no idea of the dismay and consterna tion which hmve fallen upon a large portion of tbe Fen popolationMhroiiRh the disaster to the middlo-le vel sluice. The great plain oT peat fens and marine mairiies, stee^iiis -«_ril. r«ntitt»iln utmost to Cambridge. 1 loirW horirontaf Aat it. smfece Is beneath the level of the spa at Mghwate. Stongh aliovethe dahm line of lowirater n»r£ On tie map it appears like «n en Urjrementirf tits «re** T»y of the Wash: anl » dwllow iol«»a l»y H wooWbe if the ocean were not held out by massive barrier banks. The Ouse, Nene, and other large rivers, bringing down the drainage of , au upland tract five cirae6 larger tiiiin llic : Fen plain itself, have reached the sea level , when they enter this district, and are con- j ducted across it (a distance uf 2' to 35 , miles), between lofty ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

i-lODHTfiT: «nbscrfl-ers or AirartlsCTB V- i*b»e- istsoiaSto-lu3e'ja ir; i5-irarai^' will oliU?8 'T 'a ^^y remittance. XTosxs AnrrRALUx Office, J«t Jolr- '**- '

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GRAFTON ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. FRIDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

GRAFTON AXXCAT, BACKS. Fibst Day. Friday. July 25. First Baee.— The Pitsford Produce Stakes, of -5 sovereigns each, with 50 sovereigns added; 15 sovereigns from the prize to go to tUe second home. Three-quarters of a mil:. Mr. James Gregory's Oak-iver (T. Pratt) 1 James Gregory's Pilot (Cawley) 2 Second lUce.— Th« Ladies*' Parse, of 3 sovereigns each, with 40 sovereigns added. Two miles. Mr. J. Gregory's br. g. Newbold, 9st. 31bs.lT. Pratt) ? 1 J. T. Jones' b. h. Peter Finn, 9st. 31bs (Driscoll) ? 2 Third Kace.^-The Publicans* Purse, of 2 sovereigns each, with 25 sovereigns added, for all liurses who at the time nf entrance have never won £3'. One and a half mile. ' Mr. J. T. Jones' Calliope (Creigbton) 1 3. Gregory's Sutcut ? dr. For this nice Calliope walked over the course. Second Day. First Bace. — The Maiden Plate, of 5 sove reigns each, with 50 sovereigns added, for all horses that have never won an adver tised prize exceeding £20. One and a half mile. Mr. T. H. Smith's b. f. ...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

M.1H. ARBA.XfiK^reVTS ^LT THE ?wv iottt « * ] ?V*n-1* CLdGB XT IlklLS; AE-^fX AT , nrr towm. j . tiwirtett. , ^giisirica. ™**~ *--?_ ,f| r».(e'_Ppin. [ o-jit-jL.T p.m. t«-_~1_V i.TDrf.JiT.lJjiani Thn~:Hv mi Sun Towooan. ]?! ?yrijiv.Sp.m. : s,,. - |Jn. n,.™ ilTufa.j.llJ.li.in^^uiisJivaJSnn i1UTnJ f! lVi.i»T. S j. m. - Jiv.S^n. Wa ~ ^ J?irT:d«r. V23$ p.m i'lhursjay a^il San }j Thur^sny. S p.m.' j5tv. Tip. n. ^inwo! 'Tai^-aiy. S Jim. . Sir.i.lny. K p m. , 1' T?ir forocmnz Mails ami?e aMheir deMi nstion r_«i follon-s :— -Bmsst*SB-.-rir!-'O«HT.'--Santfciv exeenttH. 10 : ' s.v.i. i Tonforooxsi . l IVedTiesSay. 11 a.m.; Salnr I .Ttv. fi n.vi. J Oeaxxos ? Wedacsduv. uoon ; .Sator.1* j-, . « p.m.' . Waewice '.. Taefif.y, A p.m.; Batinilny ? 11 a.:n. | K.ivas-w- .. ErSt*yvnnm-. ? ?' ? - j Tlir foTIoirinc; Vails' .-.r« Ci-.tinsrr.t 'f-w | t:m-; c!i tbc arriv,a!s of t'iostoaTter»: atirl fur tlies*; such nrraairi'ments are Rm3c as nrc ?most Iis-?ly to me^t nulilic ci-::vi.n;.:n'f.. viz.: ilarvb'...

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THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 August 1862

THE CLARENCE. f From the Graflon Pavrrt.) RB-oiM.ixKa.Tiox or tub Clarence Kivbc Jockey CiXB.— A meeting of gentlemen in terested in racing matters, was bold at TattcrsaU's Hotel, on Friday cvenins, for the piirnosc of re-organizinsr the Clarence River Jockey Club. The following .s an abstract oftho rules agreed to:— The num K.r of members unlimited. Candidates to be proposed and seconded by members, and elected bv ballot— one black ball in fivo to exclude. ' Subscriptions, five gv™-** »'»«: allv A committee of five to be elected at th- 'annual meetings. The cimmittee to have the entire management and the affairs of the races. The members shall have nower to expel any member for improper conduct. The following gentlemen were eleeted at the meeting— Messrs. Hare, ». KB Greaves. T. H. Smith. «. Mylne, C. SUnnoTc J. Walker. M. M-Douga!!. H. BWs. B. M'Dongall. and F. S Hayes. The first five being chosen by ballot the comaiittec for the ensuing year. Seniors Accident.— a sau acciueni occ...

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