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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

MELBOURNE. I Wedacsaav. S n.m. J The P. and O. Companv's roval nail ' steamer Msdntx toot B*ray Ki,-i(iO ounces of i griM. and 10.000 sovercijrns. j At th* nominatinn for Saudl-nrst three : candidates apjieared in the field, viz.; ? | Messrs. Strickland, JIuoio. and O'Dwvcr. i The shotr of hands proved to be in favor of ; the former, wlmse return is considered cer tain, net a poll was of course demanded on ? bebaJf.'f the other candidates. I Tliirty one. Vams and eight ewes, nil in \ capital condition, arrived hy tiie Indemuitv i yesterday. . ? ' ' \ The Worshipfnl the Mayor of M-ihom-ne ? Jies convened a meeting for Friday next, for. j the purpose of according to Mr.' Landsbn- ' ronpli, the explorer, some public apprecia tion of his services. - JJy h new regulation: persons entering the ' GoTernmeut service can only do so by ap- j pniiitnrrnt, commencing wii'li the lowest ? class at a salary of £S0 per annum. There I we throe axceptiona! classes. j f»r. Harcourt, who was apjwin?,.]...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, Aug. 27, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

SYDNEY, ?Wedneaaay, Ang..27, 6p.m. (J-rem tit Canter.) The Assembly are occupied in hearing counsel on the part of the Anglican.Cborcb against ? tbe bill for prolubitiog future grants for reli|noiis purposes, A meeting of the United Insurance Com- I pany'a shareholders was held to-day, at which the deed of settlement vras discussed, fresh share* were taken tip, and it was agreed to elect tbe directors on Monday next. Messrs. Dean and Co. disposed of a. cargo of -teas' at full rates. Congona from £7 to £3 12s. 6d:- ' ' A f mther decline is reported in sugars. Jbt.-i and brown counters are now quoted »t from £80 to £33. Light crystals, £39 to £*3. iDie election of tiie proposed public ixiraty » to .'be -commenced forthmth. and desigiis for the intended etrncrare have been iavft-A A long debate on a proposition for the payment of tnerabora ended at one o'clock this raorninr in the. Assembly, wfaen flre motion was lout, upon drrisjon, by 33 to 18-. The Wcsleyajis hare applied for leave ...

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THE FRENCH IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

THE FEEJfCH IN MEXICO. (From the Corrupondtnt of the Timn.) Memo. May 9. — Sir Charles Wyke and j Captain DunlVp arrived in this citv on the 1st of May. The latter will leave 'far Vera Craz almost immediately. We hat-o Tcrv uncertain information of tho doings of the French troops. If we are to believe the Mexican papers. Zarngozd's despatches, and the reports duly circulated, prodigies of valour have already been performed by the Mexican army and the heroes of Striferino and Magenta are likely to meet something more than their match on Mexican soif. Unfortunately. thase reports. official despatches, ic, do not always speak the truth. If, oat of this mountain offictiou. I can manage to extract a molehill of truth, I shall certainly have done all that your readers can fairly expect of me. Ou the 27tu or April, the French pnt themselves in motion, and on the afternoon »f the 26th came in eight of the Mexican '?»'? undar Zuftou.jMU ,-M. tb» Oumbresde Aculcingo. The position is a or heig...

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BRAIDWOOD. Tuesday, Aug, 19. 2.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

BBJV1DWOOD. ? T«iesu»v, Aor. 19. 2.15 D.ni The escort takes down 233 ozs. 9 dtrts 22gra.

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RUSSIAN TRAVEL. THE YEAMSCHEEK: ACROSS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

RUSSIAN TRAVEL. THE YE4.M30HEEK: ACROSS COB:CT&T. ( Fr.M ill the Ttflr Ro-:nd.) TriE veamsclieek is a great uusaan in stitution. He is not to l-c coufjunded, as is sometimes done by strangers, with the extortionate ruffian drosky, lanska, and britska driver;', iu the streets of towns and cities, nor with the caelnnen of the gentry ami aristae racy, lie is a distinct, nnimal: tlie iat?riur sn-aruis with him ; he ' works' every macada mised, aud unmacadatnitscd raa;I iu Russia, from the shores of the White to 1 the shores of the lilack Sai ; airl all t roads arc alike t-- him. Whether I j make a bargain with on 3 to take me to ! Siberia, or to t!iua£cxt town, it is all I the same to htm. ITc goes olf to bis gang, puts inc into a Iiat, a:id t am drawn for. T Je fortunate -lra'.ver gets me'for his job, a:i-I is n? spjnsible t«th« rest for his performance of tUc duty. 1 j am ignite safe with, h«» -, Vie will carry out his part of tlie bargaiu, if he c*n. The traveller, entirely a...

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WINDSOR. Tuesday, Aug. 19. 3 p.m. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

WIXD?OK. Tuesday. Aug. 19. 3 run. (Froa th, S. .V. ITtrsMA The man Large, uiio was struck liv Cole. '? died last nipiit. Cule -ns rcmandei on a. ' cbar^e of murder. The sn^sest is to be j* foot utcc for £50 * side took place to day, between Williams and Judd, and was \ *ron by WilliauiF. . - j 'W-ahc&aay_ Aui. 30. .' p.m. HATFKESBCBr KACES. M«i«len l'Uto. — Tarragon 1, Volunteers. A W-a^ed Stakes.— Shamrock 1 . Ue n Bolt 2. s^urttrrs' PurBC— Wild Dayrell l, Dan O'Oonnell 2. Free Handicap. — Ben Bolt I, Transit 2. Robert Cole was coaimitted to Jav. under warrant of the coroner, fur tlie wilful murder of John Large Second Day. Lndies' Purse. — Erin go Br»gh 1, Eu genie 2. Hurry Scurry.— AtaUnta 1, Moss Eose 2. Hack Stakes. — Siottcher 1, Snip 2. Third Day. Squatters' Purie. — Spartan 1, Tarragon 2. A»istrali*n TUte.— Ben Uolt J, Erin go Br*Kh2. ! Albert Stakes. — Moss Rose I, Miss Hose 2 Richmond Purse.— Ben Bolt 1, Sham rock 2. Forced Handicap. — Transit 1, Shamrock 2.

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DESPERATE ATTEMPT AT HIGHWAY ROBBERY, NEAR BARNSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

DESPERATE ATTEMPT AT HTOH WAY BOBBEBY. NEAR BABSSLEY. A robbery of a most desperate character was attempted on Saturday last, in open clay, on the footroad leading* to Honey Weil, upon an old man. whom three stalwart fel lows had knocked down and wrre rnbbinfr, when they were suddenly pounced upon by tbe police. To explain how this was accom plished, we shall have to go b»ct to a fine moonlight night earlv in December, on which night (Friday) Superintendent Green haljrh was walking the streets of Bamslr.v a little after the midnight hour, when lie observed a notorious character making his way in tbe direction of Cockerhsm. Tbe superintendent's suspicions were excited, and he dodged the fellow as far as the Honev WelL which locality the man seemed t.i ex amine minutely. As there were no houses near. Mr. Greenhalgh came to the conclusion that some other object than burglary was intended. ITe made inquiries and found that Mr. Beardsall. manatrer for Messrs. Sturires. Paley. and Co., pr...

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ANOTHER FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN LONDON. MURDER OF TWO CHILDREN AND SUICIDE OF THE MURDERER [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

ASOTHEB FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN LONDON. MEMVEB OP TWO CaiLORBS 1SD aciCTBE OF TnE 5KJBDESEB Coming with alarming rapidity upon the heels nf the Manchester and Ludgate Hill trcnge.lies. we hare to record another affair Blackfri.rs-road. closelyifafcPiB .-.'w iinel which recently took place in Ludntc-street near St. Paul's, with the exception that' instead of the two children having been mmuerc.a uy ineir mother, who afterwards attempted suicide, in this case two children —fine young girls of the ages of fonr and seven respectively — were iuthefirstinstance poisoned by their father, who afterwards destroyed his own life hy plunging a carv ing knife int.) various parts of bis body The particulars of the case will be gathered from the following facts : — For the last four years, or nearlv so, a married man. named' Joseph Mockford, has occupied apartments in the house. 131, Blackfriars-road. He filled a confidential situation in tbe service of Mr. Meredith, of the saw mills. Bankside, with wa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

Married. On the 16th August, by special license, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by his Grace the Archbishop of Sydney, assisted by the Ven. Archdeacon McEncroe and Rev. M.J. Dwyer,   O.S.B., William F. Kennedy, Esq., J.P., of     Tiereyboo, Darling Downs, Queensland, third son of the late William Kennedy, Esq., of Dublin, to Kate, eldest daughter of James Cosgrove, Esq., of Gan Gad, Manning River, and of Castlsreagh-street, Sydney.

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

TASMANIA. We have papers to the ISth from Hobart Town, and the 11th from Launccston. Tbe O. T. Mmxryot that date says : — The Treasurer's revised statement was made last night at a late honr. when the House was wearied by a long and irritating discussion upon a question of privilege. It was under stood that the new financial scheme of the Ministry would be submitted as a whole. But tbe Treasurer strictly confined his ex planations to the subject of the revised Estimates. The House is not, therefore, now in any better position to know what is the probable amonnt of revenue it will have at its disposal, and is, we submit, unprepared to discuss the expediency or the practicability of voting additional items of expenditure, or on the other hand the necessity of reducing the salaries of the civil servants. Tlie total estimates fqr the year 1862 amonnt to £43,575 4s. lOd. The proposed estimates for 1S63, to £33.688.7*. 6d.— showing an ap parent Earing of 10,541 7s. 6d, ascorrected ; or we...

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

VICTORIA. Ws have news from. Melbourne, — dates being to the 21st instant. We quote from the Argut as follows :— That journal of Thursdays says : ? Yester- day illustrated the singular changes of weather that occur in thiscolonv. After almost incessant rain for two months, a northerly wind brought a dust-storm, and the unwonted sight was seen of man water ing the streets with the Van Yean. The njpst was scarcely more endurable than the approach of spring-tike weather; mstheVbiuS in tiio mining and farming districts have ceased to bear Hie smallest resemblance to roads, and travelling by coach or wagon has become absolutely perilous, to all who are compelled by businzss to travel. The proceedings at the meeting of the Royal Society on Monday evening were un usually interesting, and attracted a large attendance. The business was confined to natters connected with exploration. Mr. jjandsborough, the leader of the searching party fitted out in Queensland, who has arrived in Melbourne wi...

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THIRD DAY SATURDAY, 13TH SEPTEMBER. PRINCE OF WALES STAKES.—1¾ MILE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

Third Day, Satobdav, 13ru Seitembeb, PBISCE OF VALES STAKVa. ? 1JSIH.E. Mr. Illggcrson's Veno. aged (£100; Mathew's Erin-go-Bragh, aged (£80); Blackmail's Wellington, aged (£70) ; Ivorv's Tonng Morgan, aged (£50); Bowman's Wild Dayrell, aged (£60); Cbseke's Prince, aged (£60) ; Mylne's Mignonnctte, 4 years DEBRT — H MLE. P. Ward's Daughter of Eegiment, 3 vears; B. Bichards' Bioter, 3 years; Ivory's Eva. S years; Towns' Regno, 3 years; Hiss Dixon's Zenobia, 3 years. ACSTBAIXAX 1'LATE ? HANDICAP, 2 MILES. Cheeke's Zoc. itet Slbs.; Jones* Peter Finn, gat. 51bs.; Bowman's Spartan, 7st Slbs. ; Dc Mestru's Bed Itover, Sst. 6!b-. ; Dc Mestre'a Moss Jt.Me, «st. 7lbs.; Onus' Shamrock. Sst. 121bs.; Towns' Transit, Sst. 71bs. ; Ivory's William Tell, 4st. Slbs. lXiKEETEKS' PCCSE — TWiCE BOUND AXD A DISTANCE. L. AVhite's St. Giles, 5 years; Richards' Bifie Bird, 3 years; Hatlicws' Kringo bragh. aged; DriscoII's Vanish, 5 voars; Byan's Promised Land, 6 years; Black man's Cinderella, 6 years ; G~....

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SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, 12TH SEPTEMBER. TALLY-RO STAKES.—HURDLE BACK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

Second Dat — Fdidav, 12th ScrrexBEB. TALLT-nO STAKES. ? IICBDLE VACE. Mr. Dc Mestrcs Shadow, ag-d ; Hind marsh's Rifleman, aged. CITV PLATE.— OSCE BOCJ.T) AND A DISTANCE. Mr. Spencer's Scamp. 4 years; lligger son's Headier Belle, & vears: K. T. Jeu ».«»- ?emctiami,— «5«o ; -Toe'1JrcsTTirS~M3ss' Eose. 6 years; Eaton's Eugenic, 0 years; Bowman's Wild Dayrull. aged; Single's Ben Bolt, aged : Dovle's Warrior, 6 vears : Doyle's Traveller, '4 years: G. Single's Volunteer, 4 years ; Davorcn's Dan O'Con nell, aged ; Chcefce's Prince, aged.

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METROPOLITAN SPRING MEETING, 1862. (From Tuesday's Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

METBOPOLTTAN 8PKCNG HE^TINq^ (J3-M* Tkaiayt Herald,} The following entrances were made last evening at the Jockey Club Booms; far tfae forthcoming metropolitan maefing. tobebclnV on the 11th. 12th, and 13th or September next ? — Fibst Dat, Titoesdat. llTn September. WAVESLET STAKES ? 1J MILE. Mr. Higgcrson's Veuo, aged (£100); A. Bowman's Atalanta, 6 years (£10); Hig gcrson's New Chum, aged (£30); M vine's Mignonnette, 4 years (£80). MACDE.V PLATf — H MILE. S. Jcuncr's Telegram, -5 years; B. Bi cbard's Rioter, 3 years ; Driscoll's Revenge, 5 years; Blackmail's Cinderella, 6 yean; Ivory's Eva, 3 years; Towns' Tarragon, 4 years. ALL-AGED STAKES — 3 1OLES. Ivory's William Tell, o years: Eaton's Eugenie, 6 years; G. Single's Ben Holt, aged; Chcefce's Zoe, aged. SQXATTEU's I'lTKSK — 14 MILE. Mylnc's Miirnonnette, 4 years; (ligger son's Heather Belle, 5 years : Richard's Itiflc Bird, 3 years: J. T. Ryan's Promised Land, 6 years; H. Morris' 'George the First. C Tears: Ahern's Intrepid, 4 y...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

f7---Ti/n\/l-F. RC1AL. Pbohoce Received. — By Messrs. G. H. \rason anl Co.— 17 casks tallow, T. \V. and C*, 1 bale 'wool ditto; by Messrs. Hassell »nd Oge—5 bales wool, FS, S bales wool, FJ.

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THE "ERIN GO BRAGH." [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

THE ' ERIX GO BHAGH.' THtfiiTliiwingletterfrom the Rev. V. Dunne, who came-nit in charge of t&e immi'grant» by the above vessel, appeared in the ??Qaeensiiun' Onardian' of Katurd'ay last. Many of the immigrants hy the Erin Bo Brash hive entnpfafned bitfprly of the man ner in which they were placed in -Jn.-irantino on arrival, wlien^iv thev wmt- tr^rf »n* «r tbe Iab*r martet. nnlil the immismtfts from ships that arrived sulisennentlv Itad supplied the best nn«js-remente. The d-cfay was vcrv injurious to tlw single fetnalrs sVekrng en gagements as domestic servanf s. as from the reports of fsver. great olycrtion to tufein -r them into families was manifested. From the first, we believed thst the Health Officer bad scarcely made himself sii-ficientlV ac quainted with the condition of the ship to justify him in recommending quarantine. Tbe scqne\ has proved that we wnre correct. Wo hope-that a recurrence of such mistakes will bo prevented by more care on the part of the Health O...

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FASHIONS FOR JUKE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

FASHION'S FOE JTJKE. IFrm- J- JF-W-*.* XoTwnwiSTAXDXNif the uncertaintv of tlie weather, great preparations have been made inelegant toilettes suitable to the season, and vrc are glad to find many sew autl beau tiful materials added to those which we have already referred to. The new styles are not s-* extravagant as sometimes represented ; the art consisting in knowing how to select and suit them to the wearer. Any lad v of refilled taste can easily distinguish that which is. xcally elegant and ban gain fiu&i tlie-mass or caricatures and exasr-rccations sometimes presented to her as the latest I'aris fashion. Plain chine and Pompadour silks, moire antiques, silk gauzes, and grenadines are selected for toilctta deganti. For in -doors or f-iit-of-door morning dress, vrotillcn mo hairs, bareges, alpacas, and foulards are the materials most suitable. The colors most in vogue for this season arc grey, chamois, aud havsna. The fashion of ornamenting the Imttom of skirts is far fr...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

XTEEKTir CALlSfBAlt. Rnr IB- Sc7t ' s'' 'Moons! Hies WiTI» BDt I5lt- ISaa I Sra* Ara. 1 os tire JSul aw. I r.h. I n.n. n. n.| s7«. £nefd»r_ £ 6 17 j 5 44 I 7 1 « S£ « *S WedraUT 5 6 10 j 6 44 S 7 . 5 f I S 30 Thnr*)»y 4 6 IT ! 1 44 ) T | SM] 0 31 fridir- 8 « M a « 10 7 6 SO 7 IS SttnnUr 6 r. 15 1 S 44 U 7 7 4t $ SO »nnd*i-_ 7 »Ii J 6« I» 7 I S «] »W KouiUt- K 6 11 I 6 IT 13 7 S i% 10 19 Th» raaV rising and letting is ealealatfl4 to mesa SM. Ui£h vater at Ipswich four boon l»W.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THK NEW COMWISSlOy OF THE . PEACE. Ste,— In yotir issue, of the 2fith «r Augnst. tli^rc appears a jn-ossly insulting and per sonal Allusion against tlie diameter of one of tlin nstriv appointed .T-V-'s. 1-v one wh» siins himself ' a magistrate.' Em.in.itiug from a soi:r«; where meri' pnrsnn.nl liatrcil and the lowest of Tinilictivc feelincs nimo themsclvrs tn have nn^rj-c.! tlie place rfail manly revenue and trutlifulness. I feel con vinced that a gcntl.-m.-in. so universally re spected as the one this roiditant m»-ristrat« * vainly s-.;ets to injure, will liavc little to fear from the liorrsty of members invoked, and miy reiret ace'esssinn to an office de graded by the presence of such as liis dis picsljlc enemy, wlm lits. by his mendacious attempt at slander, placed Iiiuiscff neiieath Ch« ortHkmpt «f n**JT ff*«*IaMu-u« «vliv «»?» ««U himself **a maffistrate.' Soliciting your insertion of the nhovc, I beg ttt remain. T'»nrs nbeilirntlv. OVE OF THE TERRITORY'....

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THE GREAT OPIUM SWINDLE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

THE GREAT OPIUM SWINDLE. {From lie Hongkong Bail* Pm,. June 21 1 A swindle of great magnitude came to liel.t on Friday evening, and created the most lively excitement in banking, commercial aud lagal circles.- daring the Whole of Satur day. It is the fruit of the vicious system of brokerage which lias prevailed here for some time, and for which both tlie banks ana tlie merchants are direct! v responsible It must be as «ear as the sun at noonday to every man of common sense, not onlv that the nnmbei- of brokers here is sin-ri- mate brokerage business would neither maintain the number of 'brokers we see here, nor yield one titho of their profits The two principal, if not the only, modes of a broker earning a living — in fact the only two branches of the trade in which they are employed — are exchange and opiam. Now we should have thought that in these two. above all branches of commerce, brokers would have been compelled by those who are in the babit of employing them, to ob eerve the...

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