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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

AT3STRIA. ! an VoncHa, ana Jargc li^fe? Sf tr'St^is : liavc been sent into the Tyrol. j The Austrian Chambers, in opposition ! t'» the Ministers, adipfed a rcsjl'ition j by which the war budget is to be re dncod, and have also unrcd a spnedy settlement of tbe Italian question.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

SUPREME COOET. Cam. Sransas. - - Tbe August sittings nf ..the Supreme Coatt, in its civil jurisdiction, commenced yester day {Wednesday) looming. 'before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche. There was a good attendance of jurors,, the only one fined for absence being Mr. \V. Pettiitrew. ? BELL V. HATG. ,. dgfru3ff.i. pr JEJfrflfaNltfe«8s* CurtiB diatrict, and the defendant ism Com mtsMusec^of-Crawn lands. Tne cause of action arose out -of a transaction in nms. Mr. Wiley appeared for .the plaintiff, and Mr. Bratnst^D for &e aefendant- When die jury had been impanelled, Mr. Bramston stated that the defendant would consent to a yerdicfTor the. plaintiff upon all the issues with £390 damages, land a verdict iras re turned accordingly. sTkxebxek t. o'keil TbTs van an action for deteone. Mr. Lilley appeared for the plaintiff, mad Mi-^ ? Janet for -the defendant.' f By consent of Mb 0onJ|r, anotUercoiint was added to the dis qjaration.for-trpvar. t-- which the defendaat pleaded the gene...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

! ITALY. ; Rifle sJ'ooting lneetnigs have been sh5;t-ihW by th-- jrovernni-int^ Uaribsldi hns retnrned to Csprea, T!i» ex-King of Naples is about to leare Rome. The eannfmisition of tbe Japannasc martyrs vras acennip'.igliJHj. The liailin iirshops have sijmo;! nn address dwlnring that the tpjnpnra' power of tue Pope is essential to bis spiritual in-3i*pen(ienec. The Pope uttered an al'ocutioa in reply. | A company bas Ven forniod to pro mute cotton caltrvatinn in the So-.itliern provjuaes of Italy.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

^Bosxeb fob tbe Month. — August 19, B. 3. Smith ana H. M. Cockbnro 22, H. Challinnr and G. Faircloth ; 26 B* Cribh ana J. P. Bel} ; 29. J. FJf Jnlng and J. Murphv. September 'S. P. North and J. Panton.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. Before the Police Magistrate and F. North, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

FnrnjiT. Arorsr IS. Before the Police Magistrate and F. Norths Esq. George Smith pleaded guilty to bavin? been a littte fresh in the pnhlic 'streets, and was fined 5s_ with the usoal alternative. Tbe same defendant was also fined 20*-., for nsing abusive and abseene laneusgo, with the'osual alternatire of 24 honrs in the cells. Mary Allen, brought up for the seventh time diirius; the last fonrmnnth?. was aai-d 40s., or in default, sentenced to 48 hour* imprisonment. Mackenzie t. Snwland. — An ass.-.nlt case adjonrncd from Tuesday last. Information, withdrawn. Thomas James Elliott x-. Patrick Quinn. ? A enmmons case in which defendant was charged with using threatliening language agsinst plaintiff. = 'Thomas James Elliott sirnm, drpoocd as foBows: a little sftcr five o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, while I wa« at work in my shop, be came up to it, and said I have do'ip for yon, yon b ? r. I'll naTO your life befowftije night or the week is out He threatened me previo;is!y. D^fi-ndfln...

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

THB BUltXKTT. (^W«n r*e tSuntn .ttTrrntJ} Onr annual general meetinj; of the mem b«rs rf the Gayndah School of Arts wi-s called P»r Monday cvming last, st 8 o'clock, j fnr the purpose of ele.-tiij office -bearere for ! the ensniuc; year, and not only this, bat fur ! appointing a secretary. We attcndeii pre cisely at the hour, but we rein ct to say there were onlv two or three members in Airnnd ance ; — we regret this the mom because not only was it the onice-bearcrs that wen to be etcotc-l but the report of the presei.t o«i. inittce was to be cousiderc.1. Tbn orjlv exense ire heard for the non-attcnilanre of the memiiers w»s that they were all «!i»si rons to witness tho most extraordinary jleln sions of Professor Itivcre. This is all verv wcll in its way, but die members of the ' School of Arts shonld cousider that the ; henefits they will assuredly derive f.-on fop ! tenner and parinjr particular attention to the I School of Acts will be of a much more per j mancnt nature than that...

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MEETING OF THE CATHOLICS HELD ON SUNDAY LAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

MEETING OF TUE CATHOLICS HELD ON SUNDAY LAST. The Bev. Father Som-tr opened the proceed ings by briefly stating, tbat the object of the meeting was to consider the -position in which ? the congregation stood, and in order that they might vindicate the authority of , the Bishop in the course taken by him with respect to tiie property of tire ohnroh. That property Mr. Jl^Jintj- roftiFed to give np. althontrli he had not the sliehtest claim to it, in order to annoy t.ie Bishop. . There were two other tnstefts to the property, ' but no tfro oonld draw the money without the.concnrrence of tbe tliird. These two. bad been called upon to gcve-up jthcir trust, and Mr, Gorry hi3 done' so-^ie hoped in s'aeh &:*Fa.y that the money would Dot be S*ven to Mr. M*Ginty or his order. What e nature of -fte transaction was be did 'not: know. ;.(Mr. Garry.:,' The .money's quite safe, jcmrTev&Tca-~e.'r He (Mr. Scoilv) w#^dtoWit.:-BeaeVTK0^ultir- V9n~h«3'inade ft sohe vasjootaware. Mr./ O'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

          Died.   Died at Redbank, in consequence of a   fall from his horse on Tuesday last, 11th instant, Master Edward Lord, aged sixteen years, third son of Edward Lord, Esq., of       Toowoomba, greatly beloved by all who   knew him.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

IMPOCNTHKGS. At Draytoa. on 2«h July.' 1S63. 'from «'*stbrook, by ?order sr Messrs. SIcXean and Beit; daioapeB and. driving expenses Sr. Go. i*r head* — White tiovri top oft Iwth ears, W over W off Jsboalder. W off thiph ; red Bided polsy cow. CC { first C tn left) near rump, O-= conjoined near loin, piece ODttiearBar; Trhito poley cow, red cheeks, TP near rump and-ribsJeiit-near ear; red and white jbnll calf, nnhntadeil; red bull, top nlT l»th care, JH coqjbincn off rntnp— £54amages: red and white steer, like MF off ribs, top off off ear; red jwley eteer.Tike -TS or JG off nnnp; red ana white Btecr. like H near rump, hole ana eUt off ear, slit near ear; ran ana white ball stag, top off both iram*. like W nff ehontder ; rta steer calf, like tM near.Tcmp;.«trawberry bul lodt, like W over H «ff»nn-p; iHp --fffBe«- eaf. XT the alwreckttle are not released on mhetatt 3&b t6th 4*y -if Acgnct, 1862, they -ftHI *e -*oU to : pay ezdetaaes. -Asetaus fjiOTS.poiiDokfieper. - ' : h ? - ...

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General Post Office, Brisbane 31st July, 1862. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 16 August 1862

General Post Office, Brisbane, 31st July, 1862. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. CONVEYANCE being required for tbe Post Office Mails from and to the under-           mentioned places, for one or two years, from   the 1st January, 1863, persons disposed to         contract for providing conveyance for the   same are invited to transmit their offers in writing to this office before Twelve o'clock on TUESDAY, the 7th day of October next, endorsed 'Tender for Conveyance of Mails.' 1. From and to Brisbane and Moggill Once a week. 2. From and to Ipswich and Warwick: Twice a week, via Fassiforn, Maryvale, and Glengallan. 3. From and to Ipswich, Toowoomba, and Drayton : Twice a week. 4. From and to Ipswich and Nanango: Once a week. 6. From and to Drayton and Nanango : Once a week, via Gowrie, Rosalie, and Tarong. 6. From and to Dalby and Gundawindi : Once a week...

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THE NORTHERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

?r:£*£B ?KTORTIiEIlKr POBXB Bv the Williams xee are in receipt of joor ?al« to tUo Utli instant BOCKHAMPTOS. Di-tbissixc Scicide— ft mnr be iwnem bertd that William James McDonald bad Wn bronghtifeforo the Police Bench, arid hi-£d ta bail, p;ndiag eridenot: front Sydney as to his numisge with Kate Theresa fcrroon. he lutyuiz sp''«rmwnHv mim^ .. Green or McDonald bad arrived at fiock hampton, but, from tho treatmont abe bad received, had, in a fit of excitement, com mitted snieide by cuttiag fcer throat. The jury a|-pc.udud tbu following ' ridoi-to their verdict :— f VTe believe Unt it was through the disgraceful conduct of 'Mni. Wakcfield and Mr. STcDr.nald that tiie late Mrs. McDonald committed the rash act of cutting her throat.' *

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THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

*«« *W*3S«. . . - » ' -- ? v^»m -...,—-_?-, -,?» — 'f . - y-- ....! Barrister, is a e:uid;rtata *V^Kl,ti™Xr7h' Western Downs oTo'tnratc. in on^witi,.,, t., Mr. iioiMt tl.e nowly »p|,,,3,,t*.J C-J,;,,;a! iftMsuwr. Jfr. Hsrsi has ahw.dy held » mcctinp m l-rayton. wiiicii was verv well »tto.-.d,d. The ?...a.ination t.-.k«-s pUM „„ Unad-jy nest at Drayton. Mr. .Ii.hn Watts ?jcmgt]!-; lietnrtung office.-. T!«- name of Mr.Coote. Uio manage.- ,.f the tramway ! ' »'►« mentioned as likely to be ncan diaAte, XATcnAi.izvnoS.— pn Tlmrsaav last ,Joscim llcnsholl took tiie oatli of alk piance tj her Majesty !*,£,„ the PoH Jlaicmtrate. Mr. J. M. Foams hts been deli^htjng the with ins Etmopinn Drawms-Koom Entrr taiiinjcntsw-liicliiiiive b«n fcurfj- aMended. and liy tbe applause given we w.,n!d ima jrme tiiosc prticat wcx well satisfied iritL the sonfis, &c Iscvest.— An inqnest was held on SrOn rtay lAst, before tbe coron«r. Dr. Anastrone at SJr. Horton's Hotel, l)m¥t«n. touching the death o...

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THE RACE FOR THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

THE RACE FOR THE TWO THOU SAND GUINEA?. « (Fromltt S*t«rd*tr R'-ci'w Uau lOlh.) Tji3 race for The Tyro Thousand Gui neas at Newmarket possesses uot only its own attraction, as the first of tho great tirea-year-uld contests of the sea son, but is watched with eager interest by spectators from every county of the kingdom, for the eiks of the cjuw'n etom nrhich may bo draivn trout it as to the insri!--) of ilia prnbabta '-eriurmer;» iu the greater coutost whia'a is to be brought Vj issue a montii after, varJs on fipjjm Doivui. This -:- qow tiie 1'iirJ jreir that a lurs-j of Mr. Merry's lias held fjr many in-mtus the p isitum *if fifct lavorita for the Ujr!)y, an-i it ap pears to lid Air. Mcrry'i- -seiilcj j»jl't-y not to allow his Derby hursts to show in tbe previous trial for die ga;nc:is :«.t Newmarket. Tiie public i.i t'aus left to shipu its hujwo of its elected f:ti'o:ir ites from their p^rtunuauc-^s as two year-olds, and from such information as it can obtain or lmuufacturo. Not w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

Tjrr ANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to W Mrs. BEOUGHTON, Mortimer-street. WANTED aNUI&E'THBL. Apply to A. P. LINDO. WANTED, immediately, TEAMS, to PLOUGH- Apply at the IPSWICH COTTON COMPANY. BoovaL WANTED, a YOUTH, from 14. to 16 years of age, with a good plain cdo catjon.- iwwn Appraotica ;to the Printings bnsiness.1 Apply office oTttiis paper. - j ~~ TOEKfflTEBS. ? -mrrANTED. ? good ;. jobbing sand. l! To avgood wontman oonst&nt employ- ; mcntwiUbeciTeo. Apply at the Onto* «£ tius Paper, , _. ,- .; . ... .-.. _ . „ ,,; . TfrANTED, DBOTBB8. to take OatOe ' Vf across conntry. Applywniniatly or by letter to J. M. MAODOHsJU). Bbj, *raw« Creek, ^vUiJeoteifieM. ^ - ?. y^Miiat^iuaA^mi^iaan^raa^)amim T 1ST toF SUBSCfiipTlONS '*o 'Hie I 1 J LANCASHtBE BELIEF FOND. Collected by Bank of Australasia— Iton. A. Macalister .. .. £10 0 O Benjamin Cribb -. .. 20 0 0 Fattorinl and Co. .. .. 10 10 0 H.M.Cockbnrn .. ..600 .Tames Reilly .. .. -.500 P.Bailey .. .. .. 5 0 0 D. Wienholt ? S O...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

IMPOUNDl.VGS. At Drayton, on 31th July. 1S62. from Wcstbrook, by order if Messrs. McLean red sided poley cow. CC Cfirst C to leftj near rrnnp, O -?; conjoined near loin, piece out near car; white polcy cow, red checks. TP near rump and ribs.' slit near ear ; red and white bull calf, nuhranded; red bull, top off both cars, JH conjoined off romp— £5 damages ; red and white steer, like MF off ribs, top off off ear; red poley steer, like ,TS or JG off rump : red and wliite steer, like II near rnmp. hole and slit off car, slit nenrear; red and white bull stag, top off both horns, like W off shoulder ; red steer calf, like LM near rumn : strawberry bul l ick. like W over II off rump, tip off near ear. If (li ; above cattle are not released o» or bef -re the ISth day or August, 1862, they will be sold to pay cxdenses. Ahiuult Lloyd, poundkeeper. At Drayton, on 14th July, ISC*, by Wil liam Macintvre, from Allora. near New England; driving expenses 40s.; — Black filly, like GI over F near sh...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

ao^jcivassicx^-x. . Produce Eeceivcd.— Bv Messrs. G. H. Wilnon and Co., 26 bates of w»..f, 5f.If.SI. conjoined. 2o casks tallow. T. IV'. Jfc Co_ 5 casks taltow. .T.H_ 5 hales sncensliins, T. W. & C.i. By M-ssrs. Walter Urav and Co.. 4 biies wout. J.3I-. 2 banlbs sheepskins. By Mr. R. Fhrrest, 2 GSiidlcs sheepskins.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. TO THE ELECTORS OF DRAYTON AND TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

XdSXXER TO TUB EDITOE. ? o ? TO THE ELECTOKS OF DEATTON AXD TOOWOOMBA. (7Vr/aro»r of tie Korth AmtraHmt). Gextlemtx,— The shameful manner in which the recent election for Draytnn and T.towoomha was tlir.jnptlxnt misrepresented in the columns, both of the I). I). Gazette and the Tooaoomla Chronirle, justifies me in makin? some attempt to set tlic whole matter in a fairer light before yon, thronch the columns of an independi-ut and impartial journal. I desire also to make some com ments upon the conrse pursued bv the can didates, their canvassers and supporters in the recent election. It is known to yon fiat t?ic J). D. Oazett' hie liefln dtisiirnatcd 'ths local t.ir-bnis'i.' fitrn the sa verity with which, on njanvo casious. it treated the character and fie dnincr* of Mr. .1. C. Wliite. It is known to you that Mr. White (rot the Chrnntrir np h-rtt for the two-f'»M purpose of defe.n4tncr himself anil pnttinjr. down tlie /-. D. Gazette. It Ib Icnovn to ynn that Mr. Aarinn llont honesty...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

Wr.ESL.T CALEXUAIlj ABCTSTlSCli ,f' : *'» j H*'1'* !'*«=» W«= I 1&?E5, , tO¥. ] AftB. OX TUB BAB i TTi', h.ji.~: 7r'ST ISmti i iiirn Tn~.Tir_l!-j «S ! Sr« | 3 J j s « S S3 ?n-#,in«!»r-* «a 1 is I a s !e 0 en Tlu:rs.Uv £1 A SO : 5 37 9 2 ; 6 SO 1 10 TriJav _ 22| f. 2» ' S^S ' S« 2 ' 7 30 7 4 6atiira»y »\ fi:S ? S as S 2 ' S M ? S SO tDii-Isr _i4 C i7 j 5 :?$ \ -JS 2 i 9 12 ; 'J 38 iiMaAiS-^i\ CSS ZS ! IS 2 H (!»a Ijf sxn'f lisin; and srltinp is ra)milflt-d to mom ?»!-- Illgh wstiT nt Ip-iti-i.-'! f inr hunr; I»t»r. |

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

MARYBOROUGH. From the Chronicle, 14th August. Ikqfkst. — An inquest was held on the 14th instant, upon the remains of Elizabeth Ann - Bull, aged three years and three months, who cam* to her death by burning, when the following evidence was adduced : Eliza Juhnson, wife of James Johnson, buil der, who deposed that she saw deceased yesterday (Sunday) morning between nine and ten o'clock ; she iras then alive and vrclL A little before eleven o'clock while in her own residence she heard a faint cry proceeding from Still's house, and on looking in that direction saw smoke issuing from above the door; she ran and pushed the door partially open, .tnd on looking in s»w de ceased lying on her hack with all the clothes burnt off, except a strip alioutthe shoulders: they were still smouldering; the child was alive, and cried ont when she saw witness ; j there was nooody in tlie hon?e but the child; witness called out and a man named Atkin son came ; he mnved the child from the drtor. wrapped ...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

MAIL ARS.\X;i!.:.\IKVrs AT THsi l'O.ST OFFICE. -' A5A*G0 ? 'Tuw-jiy. S' p.m. isuniiy, S p m. Thr fori-'MiD^ Mails arrive at their desti niti-.nas fijtows:— Hei.-caxb .. Oaily. Snnilay excepted. 10 Toowo.-5iBA ?VV\-.ln:s«iar. H a.m..- Satitr- I _ .In-.ip.,,,. ! .URAYToy ? WcSm-sitiv, noon; Saturfov, c, p.n,: ITunnci .. Tavliv. 4 p.m.; Satitrdav Mia. X.-utajwo . . FrWay, noon. j Tlie follotiriiiir -rr»;?s are contingent for ' time on th-; arrivals of tlse steamers : ;md for j tbesc ktw.Ii arrangements arc made as are j most likely to meotx-nWicconT-cm-Micc,vii.- i MMyboroogli, «3»o.a»tonc. xud Uocthjimi. - ^on. -v? very altismafee &tuia»y or ?Xo» iay. u n»tiBc& In tlio \ued vincn at liau e^loniert, us njii*jrtunity offers, iisnally twice a week- Hours of clos ing exhibited at Pest Ofiice. Knropi on sn-aa diy varrin^ from the l*-rfi ti the isr'r «f every month; notirv; ljt-in^ alivays given of the partieruar day.

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