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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

lA'-AXTKD. a HUUSi;.MAID. Apply to YV Mi-s. UliOL^JIII'OS. Slortimer-street. llf ANTED a NURSE G1EL. Apjilv to \» A. P. LIXDO. WATSTEP. immediately, TEAMS, to PLOUGH. Apply at the IPSWICH COTTOSf COMPANY. Bouval. YJT ANTED, a VOUTH, from 14 to 16 T ? years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply orEce of tliis paper. -nfTASTED. IO.00J Ironbark ^UIXGLEb. \W Enquire Xl»i« Day fThuredav). at Xnt-lvc oVI.^k, «t Mr- COOKBDtXS. ? . ....MJSSJ-:fi.^JWlSVJ-. .„.._... ED^AllD EKDDAX. who left Borri so Kiinc, county Tipi^rarj-, Ireland, for ilelbourtte. in 16D1 «r 1655. is particii l.irlv reqne-if! to write in haste to his cousin TSIOMAS BOWLAXD. Tiiorn street. Ipswich, Qieen-laiul. last siGar roit the millios. Last Night- Last Night Last Sfiglit PS0FESS02 B.EVEEE, Tbe Gieat Magician, Lcgeidemainist and Conjuror, HAVING just returned from the Nor thern Ports, has the honour to an nounce that his TIIIBD AN'D LAST GRAND DRAWING ROOM KXTEKTAIXMENT in...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

KiPouxDixys. At Draytou. from Westbrook, on tlic 31st July, by order of Messrs. M-Luan and Beit; damages, &c, 2s. 3d. per bend : — Strawberry steer, no brand visible, piece out front near ear; red and white steer, no brand visible; red and white heifer calf, no brand visible; licht strawberry cow, blotch brand, like MH off ribs, like 31 near shoulder ; red cow, white back, G3 off shoulder and thigh, — heifer calf, unbranded : red and white cow. like GS off shoulder and thi^h. like Bl« top shoulder ; red aud white calf, back out near e&r, no brand visible ; red and white spotted steer calf, piece out utf car, slit near ear, blotch off ribs ; red cow. TOO over Til near ribs ; brindle cow, F.M off ribs with other brands, like IX near rilis; red and white beifrr calf, like CK off rump ; red steer, top off enr, no brand visible; spotted heifer, like MT off1 shoulder, like illegible brand near rump; strawberry heifer, like PR 'II rnmp anil ribs ; red steer, no brand visibV...

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THE NOMINATION FOR WESTERN DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

THE KOMIXATfON FOB WESTERS DOWNS. [From lie /-. D. Gotrtte ) Tlie nomination t-f candidates for tbc re presentation uf the Western Dotvns took place at Drayton Court-braise, et tv-dve o'clock, on Monday last. There did not ap pear to lie nearly so much excitement or in terest in tbc contest as was manifested in the election for Drayton and Toonooniba. From fifty to a hundred persons were pre sent. John Watts. Esq., tlie Rernrninjr-Offieer, read bis instructions snd die writ. He trusted they would net as in the former elec tion, and listen pcticntly to all who might come forward to addrefs, tlirm. He e:-I!cd upon this proposers and seconders of can didates to come forward. Sir. Ta3'lor said — I have been rcqnesred br my friend. Mr. Moffiitt, to propose him this day. and 1 do so with a great deal of plea sure; and I trust you will give me a. fair healing. Seeing that this meeting does not comprise manv of the vJcctore, 1 shall ijiiBiawiiwiiiiiig-iwifw^wwiifiiiiw ? posed Mr. MofTstt, h...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

BBISBANE. (From the llTjurdiin.) A xrw code «-f signals has been proirn-I-T?!rd for use «t the Telegraph Station on Wind mill HilL and litbognplied' copies with in ctmclions arc now published fur tlie infor mation of tbe, public. We have been informed that tiie yonn; wouwn. m. pMKUjm by Hie r.rin-jro.Urmi^i. *t pT«eeot in *!?« XSraumne ITfiapItia ?txAentt?? '-nr l««t -v«TM»rt; «uo 1* {«? «i«w CMMil'-r^ rl prol-oble th.it a Cli-is «f tile tl s-mitr « :;! nt»t inter\cne for a period o:' Ifi^riTi:1. d:iys.MeminiriIc the patient remain; &....- pit t-fly prusfatcd. j Oi.'Tacsdr.y l^.ft, a Ocrmnn. n.-.-.i-.i ! H:«T!nsch, was violently assatlted by one f j his own countrymen, and sustained' a rap ture of an artery in die Lead. Tlie Lemur riir.jc Tb'.Tc f:opi was verv great, aud the ! «ufler«r is in cnnsid.-i-al.Ie danger. Thft offender was bronplit l-eforc tlie P,-4icc Cuart Ti-sn-rday ; but as Hai:nM-ii coiild :i.-r att,^:id to give evidence, be was rrmande-!. The een-!»O!ir of ia...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

GLADSTONE. Ok Saturday news arrived in the town from tuj Virgin ?» of the finding of a Urge iiuf-gct. which, from the stated friie. I was at first inclined to doubt: hut I can verify the statement now. as I have tlie said nug get in actiud possession for inspection. It is beyond tluubt the finest specimen of -mutz gold yet obtained in tbe o.lonv of Queensland. TJk owners -if this identical nugget have seven pounds weight of tlie precious metal, jintcurol from the same lo cality. One man 'eaves liv the Queensland steamer taking upwards of a tK.und and a hnllorthea.vctedmutaltvitli bim. On Fri -Uv one party on tlie field obtained 12 or. 5d»-ts.,BUd it is stated that they averaged S at. per a»»- for rbe J-ist u.o..tli I Messrs. lieifaringcon and Brown have iser charges. Aii the liovernment works arc at a stand still. Shearing co'-uiaences on the 20th uf ttie present mouth. — Burnett Arjut Corrtipoti tftnt.

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THE DOWNS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

THE 33O'VSn-ra, f From the Tamcoomba Hapm.) ToowoosiRi Police Corar.— On Monday l»rt, before the Police Magistrate and his Worship the Mayor, Henry Hezler a Ger man, was chaired with having on the evening; of tin1 15th instant, ctolen from Mr. Benjamin's till two £o notes, two £1 notes, tmH nnn £1 ralahash. From the evidence of H. Herzter who Vi'nA irith prisoner in Jftmw ?tneot. it «i-p«*rea *!»«* pnMoerwwat out on the mnaJS—K I» vo-Ua *o ji« .j^n shortly after he retnroo*, meting Chief Gontt»We Button one up and pri soner decamped- After Barton l-mA gone, prisoner came back alwnt 2 o'clock tun., on the. Mlowina momin?. Herler taxed him with the theft, ami afte'r some remonstrance prisoner admitted it and save np the mooev. Herzler miried the money and returned it to Mr Benjamin, ubn identified it as that which lie had lost. Prisoner was suhse qneitly apprehended; beina unable to make snv dtffene». after his examination, he was fiillv rominitted to take bis trial at the next as«iz-...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

NOTES ANI- laTEVSTS The Dbeiwe. — On Wednesflay. hi« Excel lency the Governor, and n party of gentle men embarked on board the IlrisVine, steam er, and proceeded to, the Bar. ,The Cimtwt says : — As the press did not receive an invi- ! tation tu be present at the first trial --f the dredge on \Vednesda%- last, and not beini dL-uosi;d to itttraile onr pi esejice » hert such invitaL-— has not been accorded, we can only publish such items of inlV.rnati:i:i at inquiry baa enalilcd us to c'jti-.in. We are hapj-y to announce, boorevcr, tilat the trijl was ciost satisfactory- — so much so, in fact, as to dispel tbc ilin:l-ts of tjiuse r. Iio hw\ previously entertained fears as to tlie effi cacy of the dredge, owing to tlie depth of water it draws. Tlie pnsiti--n «f tlie jlrcdj:: ? was changed two or three times, lint nodif- ! Acuity was found in ciittiup tbroi:^U the j material fonuin» the bar to a dt-ptb of tiar- j teen feet below the level --f the present bot- : torn, the dredge lwing in...

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

ADELAIDE! Wednraaav. Parliament lias voted the sum of £25,030 towards assisted emigration. Thursday afternoon. The man Wilson, who endiavoml tu iui Vlicate another )-ersuo in the crime, hsj Imn comniitted for trial fur tlie uimiitr at Salt Creek. The Coveramcnt or Smrtfa Australia lisve that tlus colony ib triilin^ to expead £IkKN- in clearing tlie river Dariin£.

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THE PRINCE OF WALES IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

THE PBIXCE OF WALES IX THE EAST. CassTASTisaaj: letters aud J-mrnslE to May 2B have reached us. The lollotvinj; is a. suiniunry of the |H-inci]-jI iuciilentK con nected with die Prince of Wiles'.; proceed ings, irora tint 23rd alt to ilie day of his de l-arturu. --n tbe £7th : — On the 21th, the Pciiice and .tliuse of his iuhe who were tit alteod tdm Jurinp the -tay's excursion were leaving tlic Embassy's Palace sate, when the Captain Pasha. jnc£ him wiui a' message of «oociBtulitioii on tJie day — the Quueu's irirth^Ujv-itid art in timatiou that, in honor of the day and of bis Royal Highness'* presence during it in JCoo»iintino|ile, liis Majesty bad ordered tbe release of all British (JtmUese an* Ionian) . subject* confined in tbe police and debtors' ririsfl.is uf SUmboul, for slight offences «r small ilcjrts— his Majv^'y granting a tree parilpn in.fiie one c«e. and. in the^tlfer. nnvin' tbe amounto im ont of lns-i-nvy piirse. After ocknowledginpthis set of Im perial courtesy, liis...

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FRIDAY, AUG. 22. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

FniDAT. Ate. 22. Before the Police Mleistrate Gejir-re Hoherts. broo^iit up on a charge of drunkenness, forfeited his hail r.r£l tit.; .Tnltn Clunc, brotiiflit up on a cli ir'-e »»f 1 usiu™ abusive laninapre, was fi=ed £T. | James Mooncy ]-le:.Jed CTiilty t-i Hllowins bis Inrse to stray in tije streets, and was fined 5s. i John Coleman v. Joha Stewart. — A sum- i monscase for the illegal detention nf a hnrsr. Case postponed till the 2Cth inst. M-Xally v. George Bell.— A sum-nous case for the Illegal detention of a horse. - 'asc dismissed, the bench having no juiTs dk-tion. H'STEn r.-n tjie Month. — Ati-nift 25 T ! Cribb and J. P. Bell ; £9. J. Fleming' Etid J. ! Slwpliy. September 2, F. North and J. I Pauton.

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

1T.M.Y. Oenera] Garil).i!,-3i ai-ri»-ed at Turin on JloaiUy. Jic bad :iu expliination with General San Front, aide-de^ump to the I Kinsr. the foli.m-inj: nioniinj.-. It is asserted ; tiint all diifereuees between the Government and f-aribalui were arranged. It is believed that Garibaldi trill leave Turin for IWgi- ! j rate, and will not be present at tbe sittings j 1 of l'a:l.n:l:cut. Public festivities, in .om- i inuiniiistion of the csublisltmeut .if the Constitution, Uwk place here on Snudav, nnta-it'isttuiliti^ tl.c iain. rridtte N^puloMi did not. leave Kaples on Sundav ercmi-.g, as was cxjietrcd. Turin, June 4.— In tire Chamber of J-irj«i- ties; yestordsy, Siynor liatazzi introtlui^l a Bill .mi the subject of associations, tbe discussion ujion which will take irfa.ee to day. Tbo lerfer of tiaritiaiilt reatt in jcstcr -Liy's sittjnjr was to the f:-llowiit; effect:— 'I left Caprcra at the iumuious nf lticasoli. Wb«a tliu new ministry ,-tnjtrwrcd llye plan id' instituting national...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUG. 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

ll^WH'II I'OUCE OiURT. TircnsTiAV. Arc. 21. TnESC was no business before the court.

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THE OAKS.—JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

TIIE OAKS.— Ji-xe S. The Oaks Ftakm or' 50 sovs each, h ft. for 3 yr-old fil!il:s. S.-t lOIi-s each : tbe owner --r the second tr. receivt; 10U sovs out of the stakes, and tbe winner to pay 100 sovs to wards the |---iiee an.l tliu regulations of tile course, and 30 sovs to the j.idge. One mile arM a half, tu he run ou the Xoo- Course, 154 MlilS. Sir. Xaylor's Feu de 'Joie, by Lont» bow— Jeu d'Esprit. 8»t 1011J (Cbal linor) „ .. .. .. 1 Colonel Townelv-y's Impcratrice, by Or lnndo. fet lOlbs (J. Suowdcn) .. 2 l/onl Falmoirrii's Hurrirane. bv tTild Dyrell. Sst 101b (Ashmall) .. ' ..3 lord Glasgow 'is f \,y Stockwell— Miss Sarah. 8st lOst(Aldcoft) .. ..4 Tlie follnwintr also ran : — Olive Branch. Q- E. D., My rartner. f by T. Melbourne— ttaid of Masbam. Vilette, Alerte, lliley, EtlicI, Mahals. Bonny Brea&tnot, 1' b*y Ktngton — Omon, Sappho, Annette. acdBan nerdale. Betting : 9' to 4 agst HnrrTcane, S to 1 Bgst SappBo. 3 to I agst Olive Branch, 4 to I apat Vilette, 12 to agst Be...

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THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

THE DERBY. The following amusing account of ' Tlic Derby' is from the DaHy Aim of the 5tb Tliere is s story in- the ? AraDiarrKights' al*'Ut a barber of an esperiment&l turn, who itlangtng liis head into his own l-asin in order to see what be could see, went through a long coarse of mmantic and tlirillin? ad ventures whilst remaining in that rather damp position. At last after having tra velled over half the kis^ttvais of the East, and being about to be executed bvtbe Khan of Hjldiara. be suddenly raised his bead in a fright, and found to bis surprise that bis head Jtnd only been under water half a minute, and that busy fancy Imd woven all the adventures he .had gone through in that «sceedin^ly sbnrt spacs of time. Kok-, changing the scene from the realms uf jma gi-.uitiou, to those of reality, the great annual pilgrimage to the Derby finds all its results to occupy little more time than tbe barber's famous plunge into the imsin «f cold water. Betting men begin to make npthe...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

IMPOUNDISGS. At Drayton, on 2nd August 1662. from Westbrookrby order of Messrs. M' Lean and Beit; damages and driving expenses. 2s. cop perhead: — White steer, like TB offmrop strawberry steer, likeFH off thigh : straw berry cow, like &C near rump: vellowand white cow. like CC -off thigh; vellow an* white steer, like TD off thigh - strawberry cow, like GB or G JI near ribs ; red cow, like N off rump ; spotted cow, like M near rump. If not released on or before the 27tb day --f August, 1862, will lie sold to pay ex penses. Abtbxb Lloik, p.iundkeeper. At Drayton, from Wcstbrook, on 9tb August, 1S62, by order of Messrs. H'Letut and Buit. Damages and driving 5s. per bead:— Brown or dark hav filly, no brand -visible, small star ; black colt, near fora and bind foot n-htte, like AC near shoulder and thigh ; hay mare, blotch brand near sboulder, white bluteh in fiueliead, white narks on back; chesnutmAre, TD near shoulder, two fore shoes; bay colt, like KG off shoulder, bind legs w...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE DERBY—THE "SETTLING." [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 August 1862

THE DEKBV— THE ' SETTLING.' That all-important operation, 'settling'* over tiie Derby, ccmrmenceij on Monday at TatterenllV. and, as may be anticipated, drew together *m intmensea^gs&Igs^M&eWH**^ r-nn1c-r°^*K ij, 1 l«iA-j»^'»'i-Sn=eii. 'The F»ib.ceription-rrtOTn. th« liwn, and tbe vard trerc crowded. Notwithstanding the severe losses which the 'gentlemen' have esperi enced by the litter defeat of the favorites in both Derby and Oj1i«. ?flic adjustment of accounts beean promisingly in tlie City during the morning, and was resumed most satisfactorily at the Corner. CaracJaciis's 'unlooked-for victory bns. of cowse, proved n gi«)3 stroke of fortune to the member* of the Ttinq. tliongli very few larpj- speculators entirely escaped 'laying.' 3fr. 8newing ostimates bis winnings At something orcr £20.-K«. csclusive cf the stakes, which amounted to £C,52.7. thuiigh not '' the most valuable Derby on record,' as announced by a spnrtin? weekly contemporary : tbe stakes fn Mnsji...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. REPLY TO REV. G. M. REED'S SECOND LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

'LETIEaS TO THEEDH0B. XtVPlX TO BEV. U M. UKF.D'S ! KEMA RMUKSD 1ASCTWH5. SlE -Owing to the coufus.ou of »r»m «i \'d occupaucv ora house not quite fiinJicd, 't-cCui* *t an earlier i«--i .--J «-? ! Ti.« title .-f U.a Icct-.rc-^H.cetli.vcve. a kiT.,1) mi-lit in.»K .-ipproI.ri.itclvliajc '«; » ; oS^^r^rrt^f^; 1hvi Hi-. l»«Ik of Q ?»?'-?'* *''lcrs'~t! , , - v ' ? ni.::.SD-s going t« a p«y »s 3'51,'.' '^.;, 'f,, j mlon. «. lively conversation iu a tyi «?.??«. a-.J tin- i-iMli isncc and re5i)tct:ibilit\ 01 j kni^it-emutvy. Uas beeu like O-.u -l '--'.^- Mjkiiisotninso«ilvcntare*iina«!M»;a»t.:rii.j- trindmilU U- Uis no sioiH satistauU-:i. Under tlio sltolter of ta-intiUues. he. m«« ] heroic champion of « forWi. cause. Ii»if ?? -?-? opportunity t.. ddeni wliat -? c.inl.1 not vindicate In .n«« iH.i.'.tm.^ lit-ion- !iis fcUo« , tdttntnien. The mnrits of the m-o-CiXMlO n agitation «s ?,. ulondor m.A uiu-ltractivo«r I Ibfiminivot. tltnl t\LL*y mwt nceil« be hoi. 1 atnreil'ttp wltu m LaJllu*' I-£...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

AMERICA. (Froai tin Times Corrtspondent.) New Yoaii, Mat 27.— TUare lins been a furijas toiling up of (.lie war ; call Irou siniM Sunday last. Kvcry one f was calculating on thl evaeuati --i -»? j capture of iiio'JiuAnl, or on .--najJ otaar - trlaaipU of rf.J l'oi.-ral :v.ns, o.taer ; Uiiisr the walls -f tUut ci^y er at (---: ,-;.,*?. ,rliL-'. .-u?.loii!v t'lore --ame ! ie njbjJy OTi^te.l any .l.i«g«r— i ^t«t tliat U:i- fliv.it,- .1 s .m3iVri:r '.fee a p ?.»:-? ia Wasbi:iit'!i :i:il iu f'= f.ty, u n ?( thro:idwit ^-' ''I. .It? NjrtJ. Sun :iv ha* of.' law !.---? ' n- .= - e«;-!L'':'!'y t!.e .l.iy for the arrival i o t!i:s city of iiii;v»i-l.i;it war mcw.=, t-.i.it b.Uiirc gjiii? t.» t-hiiv'i in the in»rniiii must pa i;-le make up tneir mraJs Vi ii^r oii'iur of a vic.Hrv or o. defeat 02 mn'uis «ut -if It. alvl many &t,a.y away nAt^Gt'inr fr un lY.vinQ \ service that tW xiy-ay \-e «arttcr' in- ', formed. Three Snudays igocwK tUc ; news oV tfao evanutioa of Horto\k. Tim ! F ? of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

LAST KKJHT FOK TlfK UKXtOV MILLION PEICES. TO PBGFESSOB EIVEEES JU.GIC TEMPLE, Admission to all parts of the House. ONE SHILLING! This Evening, at tiie School of Arts. A GUiXD VOCAL AXD INSTRUMENTAL C0NCEBT WILL BE (J I V S X in the HALL OF THE SCHOOL OF ABTS, by the AMATEUBS' OF ITSWICH, on TCESDAV BV£M!iG XeXT, the 2xo SEPTEMBEE, 1562, in aid -if tbe DISTRESSED OPERATIVES OF LAS UAJrilH.fi K. on Tvhich occasion M.VDEMOISELLK M.AGV K11AMEK has kindly Conscnted to take part iu the Performance. Full particulars in a future issue. TIT ANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to H Mrs. BBOUGHrON, Mortimer-street. WANTED a JfUItSE GISL. Apply tn A. P. UNDO. 'lITAirTED, immediateJv, TEAMS, to Tf PLOUGH. Apply at the IPSWICH COTTOX COMPANY, Boovai. AKTED, a YOCTIT, from U to 16 years of age. with a good plain cdu ^UMnro». Am-V5niceof Utts PMMn-. B Tj^AXTEO. 10.000 IrODbark SHINGLES. ft Enquire This Day (Thnrsdav), at Twdre o^lock. at Mr. COCKBUKN'S. Nicbolas-stroct, Ipswich. . ? ? WASTED, a Thorough Goo...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

IMPOUKDIXGS. At Drayton. from WcstbrooU, on the .-Jlst July, hy urdjrof Messrs. ML.w, and Beit ? damages, frc. 2s. 2d. per head :— Strawberry' steer, uo brand vistble, pica; out front nea'r ear; red and white steer, no brand visible - red anrl wiiite heifer calf, no brand visible - light strawlwrry cow. blotch brand like MH off ribs, like SI near shoulder ; red cow. white back, GS .iff shoulder and thigh — heifer calf, unbrandud; red and white cow like Ut- off slmiilder and thirfi. like Bin tap shoulder; red and white calf, back out near car no brand visible; red and white spotted steer calf, piece out ..ffear. slit near car. blotch off ribs ; red c--w, TOO over TH near ribs; brindle cow. FM off ribs with other brands, like IX iwar ribs: red and white heifer calf, like CK off rnmp; red steer, top off er,r, »;- brand visible ? sn.uted heifer, like MT »S sli.-.ulder. like ilVcHMr !'.^''l-'Car '!'T: slr-'ul)mJ' heifer^liko I K«!tt rump anil libs; red steer no brand visible, ear marked ...

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