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THE FRENCH CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

THE ' FJ1EXCH CHAMBER. Pasis, Saturday, Mabch; S, p.m. — ] The debate on tlie- Address in the Corps Legislatif was resumed yesterday by M. Guyard-Dalalaiu. He alluded at the cormncncineut of his speech to the paragraph of tlie Address, which he regarded as respectful and liberal, and which &i ys that peiSa' is necessary-^ j H -t in ei!U:irout paaee. Hat serious and ; &AH ; that ii- to, say, that henceforth there trill be no more Lirae permanent armies in Europe and in France, which inspire mistrust :nul ruin the finances of UHtioas. Tiiere will nut be seen 690,000 or 700,000 ariaed men in one country, aud ill Europe 3,1100,000 of armed liien, who are a perpetual menace, and then conSJeaee will be restored everywhere. Ths speaker then referred to a conversation held by Napoleon I. at St. Helena, in irliioh lie extolled the blessing* of peace, and regretted that- he w-is n;.it his own grandson. ' I,' said I Jl Dalalain, '? will respeefully toll the i IVinvi who aovcr.i...

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The Daily Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1862. LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

Ck Uovi| Australian. I ? i II'SVICU. THU3SDAV. JCXK S. IWH. ; [?] fnm tkt Courier. Mondav, 6 p.m. Ths inhabitsnU r,f Pitt-street are tesin nin-r to coTisidtsr tha pr.-priety of reniovip^ til- TramTay asmla'i^^rc.^s nuisanca. j Tiu Qrecn of EnsA'ixx-X. tk« ship recently j etr*nd3il at Xea-nistlts. airired hen? from tb&c part Iset jaK'ht. STes«rs. ThreEield and Co^ Sffli to-day. £3BSs.-. M»nnt3S8ritio!ianaaSrVc-iuhte.r. ^»5s.to£iS 10s. AIfj plantation Ceylnn cofiee, in bond, at Htf. ? native, at &1, Tuesday. -- p.m. C--iun'«sio'ier BnchnniD, of the Northern OoUl fields, into wh-«:B conduct an enqjiiry ?was recently h;ld, Uas been disn)i*-«l from his post, an! bis niinii Etrnci oS tho Oom missiau «-f t!ie Pe»ce. Oiptaiu Sentt, Inspector of Police at Ar niinalc has also been dismissed. The Govmnmect h»re declined to liberate gpicer, one of the Bnrrangoa^ not.i:icdes. Th; iambtn^ FI*t *nd I-asMso gold es corts have brought dows 5000 ounces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

TO STOKEKEEPEES AND 0IHEES. AYOUSG MAS of active business habits, perfectly conversant with general storekevping, is desirous of an EX GAG EMEXT. References permitted to J. MALBOX I THOMl'SrtX, Esq., IpswtcU. Addnws to \V. H_ oLloc of this paper. GENTLEMAN recently orrived in Queenslamt and late SuperintemVut of a Cotton Plantation in Africa. d-f ims an engagement in tlie same capacity. He is thoroughly arquaiiilcd with the method of j cultivation, and the preparation of the staple \ for the market. Address U. A. IL, office of I tliifi paper. I AKTIJD, a First-clasB SIAX CO»JK. Wages no object. Apply immedi ately to MICHAEL FOItD, Kast-gtrcet, IpswiclL \irASTED to purchase, 4000 or 5030 IT KWKS, four to six tooth. Apply A.B, Office of this i-apcr. WANTED, a GOOD HOURKMAID; also. MAK COOK. Apply to Mr. w icy -ytK, ^ttf+rrnt ff tnttfl tLl j . . „ ?VkT ANTED, to PURCHASE, a TEAM of It BULLOCKS, coi:ij.!ete. Applv Mr. MITIU.S0X, Clarendon Hotel. 'llfAVTED, t.) I'L'BCIIASl^ 4«CK) orSlXXi...

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FORBES. Wednesday morning May 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

. FOSSES. ? Wednesfiav morning. May 2S. ( F»» the S. il. Gerald.) Tl»e xrestlmr b.a» changed considerably, being very cold, with raia dtiring die nirbt. iSnjabers of people, and large quantities of 'joods. coariane to arrive from Victoria. ', Gold his 3iii=» bsea Ftmck on the Cale- j doniita l-*d, at the rate of eighteen oaacea - -o the lufld. ?- : Tcstjrday th; Cominercij] Banl-. bnutjht ; 245 ounces, heioj ftj yinta or tiitv-uve loa-U froia Johosoa's daun on th« South Jead The qnintitr of pold sort by the escurts is no criterion'of the richness of those di^ gin-s. ITcsi'IyoB the cliims on die Block and'Sjoth leaSs are paddocking washiug etuff^ There is mnch «iokneas. The shephordtag evrtem is a j^jaeral (rricfaaci-. ' Tlie AraelUa. Hed Streak, ana Victonsn . leads are uncertain, bnt claimUcllcts aro eatisned with Qie prospects. If we* weather sets in here, it i* feared tlmi. tmicb sickness and misery trill follow. JJailUuZB Are Rsing op in all Aire-'3ons. «nd fabnbaj prices axe be...

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THE FUTURE OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

THE FUTURE OP THE UNITED STATES. A wbtteb in tbe Save da DevxJUen4u-Sa. .fcc~'»^ ? ? ?iit'—^ wfcip -wtiBfi ''wr-TttnCF rjiUpfiifran. to Aorlb America, thus expresses his opinion of the probable result of the civil war jn the United States. The Prince is ushered into the Senate (tbe Republican House of Lords) by Secretary Seirard, and 6nds an orator on 1 lislecs: — 'This individual, in a yellow cotton paletot, bis bat firmly fixed on his head— which docs not offend me, but which can never be picturesque until we change our style of head-dress — hurls out a speech, listened to with aiegrcatest sang freid. m rather, not listened toat all. 'This *Pcre Duchesiie* seems in a mightv statc of exasperation, but does not disturb in the slightest degree the occupa tions of tho other senators. One is absorbed reading his newspaper, another is whittling a small niece of wood, another is asleep with bis legs up in tiie air. Tbe President is yawning. Every member speaks from bis seat— there is no ...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday evening. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

MELBOURNE. Tmrsdai- erenins. May 23. The Speaker n{ t!i« Lsgislitivu Ai«ei:il)!y a]-;ilicd to the Hunse l'.-r diriit-tions resjitt- ! inii tbe ivrit served upon liis- ia tlie casa of j Dili v. Speaker, It -rc-as pti-p.-jsi:d )-y ?Jr. j 0'5hini5sv, and can-i^-J, tl.«t iKl- Auoi-u.-y- | fic:icrai l-e iuatniiteil to delVntl rbe aciiini. J A sale l-y .i.ic-tion of £iVW-.i w«nli .»f [ tobacco -vas fffjotcd ti--d2y :-.t tfc-! folhnr- i in^ rstiis: — Hall' -pounds so'd ;it zs. _d. t» j :ts. -Id. ; arouiatio, 8*. 4d. t« 0s. Sjd. : tuns. | 2-. tn 2~. 7-l- ; one pound luinjv, :-s. -!d. to j X*. Sji-L i'-'»cy ti»-is:. i-. e-A.-i. ; s'l-jjicvssli. 1 6dL to itKL *A!1 taken at t!^c boadiw^ j m-;?ht*. ! ALkjval.-. — Tines ships from Jjomioi:. mr. ! fr.-:a tivciporf, tad one iroai tiie 3I.inri l:r=. AVsJnetilav, S ji.;a. The AswmUr last ni;;ht r^otwl tlic tikc fir iaiutigmtimi lecturers. la t'.io SiijucKic Cuurt. ths cast- of 15;-'vie ] ngiiast Wilsiio ;u..l ethers, ttr lii»I, its-' cj nrainocd t--...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

NEW SOUTH WAJ.ES. The celebration 'f the. 43rd annlvrrsarj- of her Majesty's birthday, and the opening of the session, constitute the mosi remarkable events of the past nvck. Of the former we nee-1 only s.ty th^t it was riirht loyally car ried out.' The. si-ami rcTicw of ti;e Vnhm tsrrs drew tojrethi?:- an immense iiEMimbJago. snd the ceremonial passed off with great cduf. The proceedings in Parliamoat have thus far oot In-en very important, but nest wccliT.hr busiuc&s will cmnuienec in earnest; the notice paper containing n long list of important jjiotions, aud orders of the day. A lire broke .mt on tlw Circular Quav at an carfy lionr on Satordaj- mnming, result ing iu the complete destruction of the wooden building formerly uted ns aa icc hoiisc. From the last report of the cattle inspec tor (Mr. Bruce) it would appear that pkuro pneumonia is fast decreasing — the countrj for 1W miles along the Murray being re ported clear from the disease. 'The inspec tor had left to make...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

NOTICE. PER5OXS IXn^BTED to the Xorth Australian for rvihv^riptions or Adver- i tis;.»;, to th« :ilst M^refe ItiFt. inclusive. are ! res l-sctfjlly ri'qnsst.id to b: i-cositt iu the 1 Ber:l-jiBent of their accnjnt*. | Acrc^ts are rvr-i-is=£'ji to nu»J.-« iuun^iliate j reuiuaacss and s«Mt-'ii'nts of diodcts col- ] l2-:ei on ar-count -»f t!iU cMablishinsnt, I 'Xorth .Vmnliia' O:5ce. I Ipa-™H. 2:*t Mjt. IPS2. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

€%e Ijforijj gastialiair, ASD QUEENSLAND GKXERJU. APYEBTISEE, IS published on Toesday. Thcssday. ana Satcbd** mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by tbe curliest moils. TSKUS OF SCBSCBIPT10X. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ? 10a. Single Number ? Od. TheQoarteis terminate oathc^lst March, j 30th Jane. 30th September, and 31st Decem date of commencing their subscriptions. 1 TBCas Or ADYKETKISO. . j :-&.{ Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch. .... .80 Six lines, or under three-quarters of -- - on inch ? S 6 Kight line*, or under one inch ? 3.0 Excry additional eight lines, under aninch., ..... ? .......... I 0 TECHS OF IUSCOO.T. « Consecutive Insertions' ? 10 *g cent. 13 „ ? 15 » 26 „ ? 25 ., The number of insertions must be -written on the pace of each Advertisement, or it ?will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must bo paid for previously ±o p...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

COMMS 3CI AXu. : Mr. Ocebubx repirfs the sale of 2000 miiiaa etres ntlSs. p-.r head; SO-TO cnvj.S to « yen-;. 10s. 6i; t:in ctves. mixed *T.-s. i at lls. Cl: aalt'js sotirc tolt Wl:aleboa% : £4.1.

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SHIPPING. ASTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

SI5I2?l?I3S--3-. ASRHTAt. JtTSS 3.— Queensland (s. j. SST tous. Captain Fatnllo, from Sydney' 31st ult. Q.S.X. Co. Ageats. DEPARTURE. Ju-isS.— BiMntLa.st-:-ni-;r,fi09tons.C«pt. Trouton, f,,r SrtJiiev. Pas-supers— Messrs. Poi! Lwd, U. C. &r.-?t):-y. S. StAter. .T. ; 31-li^acaic, BraJli y, U. &uiih, atid 12 ia t U-: i stecr.vje. IMPORTS. Dh Juan? 2j h-tif-cliest* £3 c-!i»3ts tea. »t grindstones. 1 cas-i -;. H. Wiisoa a-iJ j Co-; 2 iroa ti iks. 3 huddle* iuadi-.-!, 1 -m.^.-. ! 1 css'i. li h^;»s.ie-J, Hasss!?;* bi:f5 ri«-c. I ! box.-ssoap, I keg lime jniip, 1 cisi: *undri-.s$. i 1 p&ckaceaxcs. 3 cis^a galvanised ir.vj. 1 I case iik-iirs, 1 case ;ue. 4ri -e?s hurst shoes, lea ; «ln_ijrr, I t-oss in t.4dnz,y, 1 pa'jka^i1. mat'in?:, 1 c«5e cuin its, I bax raiiii;s.*'l case- jaTns. I e*--= oil. 1 c-i*e s.m-tiies. I eas.-, j 1 c-isk trontunngery, .T. jlirtutbar; &j hirj j 4 b.Ljdles I;o:i, 2 'iron Unks. J. am! J. K j Ca?:j'j'^i!; 3 cases ufalmnsv iiiec.a, Mujr...

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THE MILITIA BILL,—PUBLIC MEETING IN THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

THE MILITIA BILL.— PUBLIC MKET I2.tr Of THE VALLEY. Ix accordance widi a public annoJinccment through tho press, a public meetiug xraa held yesten'jiy evening at the Lamb Inn. Fortitude Valley, fur fiic purpose of consider ing aad eliciting an expression of opinion ?iu the merits of Hie Militia Bill now before aiun'iu™!-- ?H-L-'IKIvl til HlC Bill. Oil UUS motion of Mr. X. Skviing, 3Ir. liailev .occu pied the chair. That gcutleiuan briefly opened the proceedings by statiug that die question before them was simply tlie con sideration of the Stilitui Bill, aud ill. Ijilley 'a conduct in connection therewith. He cou cludcd by calling upou Mr. Z, Skyring to move the first resolution. Mr. Z. Skyring said that, in bringing for ward the resolution entrusted to him, lie did not think it necessary to detain diem long, as a great deal had already been said and written on die subject, of which they were now all aware The Mitiiia Bill as intro duced by Mr. Lillcy, was admitted on all bands to be...

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MR.LILLEY AT FORTITUDE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

MB. MLLEY AT lTOBTlTlTDE VALLEY . A meetisg was convened foryestcrdav even ing at the Foresters' Anus, 'Fortitude Val ley, by Mr. Lillty, (the representative of diat coDStJtuency) in oanectiou wirTi the Militia Bill. This measure, it will he remem bered, was introduced liy -Sir. I jlley, and a great amount of public indignation appeals to have becu excited against it. Mr. Liiiev in the advertisement conVcninu; the liieet irij. stated tbat he liad promised in his election address 'to cunsult his constitu ents, and vote as they desired him on all important questions.' He Iiad, in accord ance widi tliat promise, convened the incct iuir. At tbe hour api»-iut---d for the com mencement of the meeting, a great crowd had assembled outside the ion:;, and whin thu doors were ojk-ucil. a 'rush' was lie consequence, ami the place -.vae crammed in less th.--ii five minutes, a cn-wd of persons outside bc-iug unable to obtnin admittance. Tbe majority of j*:rsiins inside ti:c room at tho cumiuencei...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. JUNE 3rd. BEPORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

Ipswich roLrcE cousr. Tt-esday, Juse 3rd. BEJMBEthel'oUccMasiKtrafe.. i *. fined 5STin€e&niIt tn be conned for 21 hours 'ju tiw celJs. Henry ratrick was charged widi do' stealing. Sergeant Greenwny deposed as nader, yesterday 1 received a search warrant bv virtue or which. I searched the prisoner's premises and found the missing 'propertv. Tlie prisoner said he knew the dog was not lus propel ty. but kind In-en there for a long time; be said be had been up at Laidlcy's aud that Mr*. Bus!i'.,y left tlie dog with his wife during his absence ; die dog produced is the one described in the warrant; lap. pichended the prisoner and took him to the WRtch-h«-use. John Murphy deponed ; the dog produced is my property ; saw it in the posscttsion of the prisiiner about a week since in -Becve*s shop; Mr- Moir was widi me and identified it. I missed it about April last, but it h.id men taken before tbat time ; he is a spaniel, not a ommon cur; I did not see the defen dant take the dog. De...

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THE GOVERNOR'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

THE GOVEBXOB'S LECTPBE. A lecture was delivered last evening in die Hall of the School of Ails by bis Excellency Sir Georjre Bowen, on 'Montenegro and the Christians of European Turkey,'* to an audience cna priiiutg severs! members of parJianjent, among whom were tbe Colonial Secretary-, and the Minister for Lands and Works, and ' many of tiie leading citizens of Brisbane ? and Ipswich. The nttendance. however, j wai verv msa^rc, diere not licdug marc tlun a hundred aud fifty persons present, j Tim chair was occupied by B. Cribb, Esq^ j MX.A. His Exccileucy, ivlio appeared to be sui'urmg from a cold, stated, in liis opening remarks, that the subject was one with which he was familiar tram having travelled throngh Montenegro, and from his loug residence in die Ionian Islands. It was one nlsn possessed of considerable interest, from die fact tliat the treatment of the Mor.teneg^riui Christians was the remote substance of liti lecture would lie found in an tirade on Montenegro,, coutri...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

TtTtTRTIATJT-. (From tht Courier.) Lectcee. — Mr. A. fi. Hamilton delivered his seventh phrenological lecture last even ing at die School of Arts, to a very good audience. Owiii' to the prizes oflered bv advertisement fur the five best heads among the hoys who attended die lecture, between 50 and 60 vouttis mustered around the iilat form to compete for the prizes. Mr. Hamil ton commenced his address by taking a rapid glance at tbe history of phrenology. — Us rise, progress, and ultimate introdiiction to the world as a science, following up his observations by deeultorv. bnt hi^blv in tcmsting discourse on the application of phrenology to education, The lecturer nest proved by argument that the brain was the J organ of die mind, and narrated two or direc j forcible anecdotes in illustration aud support of his reasoning. lie also attended tu the duality of the organs. Mr. Hamilton haying brought his lecture to a close, proceeded to examine the heads of some thirty lads! mak ing runnin...

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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4 Before Colonel Gray. P M. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

Wedsesdat. June 4. Before Coloucl Gray, P M. Abraham Thomas and Daniel Lewis ,were each fined five shillings for drunkenness ; or iu default lo be confined for 21 hours ia the cells.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

* KOTES ^J^X) NiJWS. The Ciiokal Sooiity.— The mcmlicrs of tin- Ch'irai Soeirty. in consit!emtio:i of th-: sjni'li:s«f Mr. J-iim Wilsoa, the'r conduc tor, intend jrjtlng hiin at i-mnpliiijenfarv h«ui-fit in the Hail of the. School of Arts tbis ex^nbi^. under tlic patronage «if Lady Ho'vew and the .stewards and raem'ws of ^t!io Xorth Ansrmlian Joclii-y Club. The selections in tii» pr-pr^r-*Eiiri'Tc linvc itt^on xmtnc wnzu a cojipi dersMu nrosnnt of rilsoriiuiaation. and the lovers of music vriil lwvo au -(pportrftiity of passing a most cnjn^niilc evcainj. It is t.- Ijs hi-i-e4 that, taking iut4- consideration Mr. Wilson's esartions on behalf of tiie Chora! Society, bis btrriOnt may piove so in the literal scast- of the word._ rsorcs.jos l*AES£B. — In oonsequence of the room tateu bv the Professor in the Cri Ing. tb«y reo«irea tlieir «»y« with «le inti ntsition that, until a pl.icenf sp-.ater capacity could be obtained, he. H.s Professor, would he compelled t«i witlikold his Eniertaia...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday evening May 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

ADKLAIDE. Tucsd.iv evening, Slav £?. The V-i\fnsl.-'er Review pastil ---jf esrwj in-_'!r «!!. Jfotn ithstaiiding the heavy r;:irn. a Iztsq concourse of peo'-'Iu :usscm bie^.. Th.- Siari»u.-«T..1 arLichssiliidfiirCnlniut'o, r.at bac-i i^ i:ous.:^n^;:-:e of thtr st.irai. Tuesday. The -V-vf..u.ia=:i.t have finally d-:tcru!ncd \V,.,bi.-ad«v. P p.j:i. The H-.-.iike of AfS.iiUy has pas*-.d » n-. witU liic V. a::.l O. Company ahupiatbcr, uf a proi-st «(;::i:!5l rha iujiii-ricii this coloiiy ha* ' .iaert-i aa Jcr the present postal arrmjo Mc5=rs. T. aad C. B. Fibber's BaMina mn was *--Id by auction, bv Jlessri. Townsend and Co, s: II Us. fi:l. jn-r jieail. Fli.ur is -.1,-m. at l'1(t 10s. to £11. 'Wilt-ill 5rtA. at is. -3d. Thursday. May 2f;th, 7 a.m. Ths nurt:ts remain r.naltr-ivid.noin-twin; £10 Ms. to £11; wh'-it 4s. Id. to iz. Si.; bran lid. C»pp:r £S0 per ton. The Bubicun. from Maiiritu:?. loaded with sa^sr, not having piaad a ^:.rkct here has sailed f..r lOclbonrnc. Friday, 3Iay 30th. ...

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SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

Secosd Day. Weoxesdav. Jcxe 4. 1 he weadn-r of vesterday was quite equal to diat of Tuesday, and litde, if any, difference was to be noticed in the number of spectators. Evetydiuig was enticing ? the programine. the weather, the flurutii over the hurdies. and the contest for tbe Queen's Plate. At the usual hrnir Lidy Bowen and suite arrived ou the ground, but it was not until a late liui:r in the .Uy that his Excellency tba Uovoruor visited the course. Barriag the spiUs iu the Imnile races, and a few others u-]uallv Larailess. we heai-d of no accident during 'the day. The races being gut throuprh iu rather less time than on the firs! day, the spectators returned highly pleased uatii the sports, and the manner in which tlic.- had been carried out At a quarter past eleven the visitors were mostly engaged in examining tbe hurdles, which were substantial and formidable looting affairs. As tie last bell rang oaiv three out of the six entries put in an appearance. Miranda uciug Uuue. and ...

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