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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

-pift Tf3T3 A TJ-P ' . - (Frtnadu Courier and OatrSian.) The following particular* widi regard to Ray Bay, Un winner of tb.« Maidatt date sad Queen'* Plate, at tue late Korth Austra lian Bices, have been furnished to us bv a gentlcintn recently arrived ti um the Downs, where th? winner was bred. 'Way ISoy was bred by Mr. Thomas M'Evoy, cf' War wick, and 'by him sold ta Mr. George Latham, overseer of one of the Canning Downs runB. air. Latham hns always lind the greatest confidence in his horsi- 'and in one or two private matches tc-ssrd his abilities in such a satisfactory m.innur th.it he determined to enter him 'for the Xorih Australian and Warwick races. Mr. David son, of Canning Jlmvjis. has lta-i !)ie horso in training for some time, aud the result proves that bin laiioiir has not been in lain. Playboy is a great favourite with tbu Warwick folk. Suuiors ActiDEST. — An accident of a ratlier s.-rious character occurred vesfcroV.v aa board the steamer Qaeensjantl. Sfr. William Mau...

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PRIVATE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

^' VkI VATE MATCHES. ASi*ir tiie tcrmzn&tion. of jmv slujjuj.] niccs 6or.iL- parties arc generally not satisfied that th«ir horses liave been ma uimn their merits, t.'.e cuuscqiiencc being that private Hutches /re. made with the view of deciding the l-o;nt. Ipswich was iio exception to tills rule, for upon the termination of the annual meet, two matches were made, which wore run upon the public course on Saturdav ciurntug last. 1 lie weather was remarkably fin j, but t]i-se, only more or less iutsrested 5a the results, pat in an appearance. FIK.-T MATCH. For £300 ; distance two miles. Mr. A. mcuLolt'sgcSo-Xame iBunwtt) ,. 1 Hr. %V. KentJ,jour,JiH»-otu (wlateiliu:h-ia) _ ; Jibboom was tiie favorite at three tn onr. It is a tiitubut true maxiai. 'There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip,' which was verified i.i this match. The horses went off well together. Jiubcom quickly taking the lead, and gradually improving tho distance. At thi: straight running, when leading about...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

KOXES -ajXTP IJE'WS. Mr- Hir.Er Horins axd Pbofessol. Pabeeh at tee Schooi. or Aetb. ? Thecn- tertsinmeDtcf those rcntlemen «n Saturdav. erening last was well attended, several .jf the visitors U- the races l-eing present,ad.'.r.c to the mirth uf the proceedings bv t'jeir grophio cruiciso-.s and free and cas- dc meanniir; indeed, oae could not help Vuin' rcaiiniMoftho palmy days of Waterfor-£ when a ccctlcaian amateur voliinter r,-A r.nA esecatcd with consideraHe spirit th f liiiciout bat st::i po^uhr foLblers dance mnid the vociferous r'a«dits of the andi'racc Mr Hondin was in firsr-rate voice nid spirits aii.l got thronch Uis ruajnc tricks a Ia marcHU. H'.s cipert transformation;?, bis nne dancing; the raoincss aa i drollen- of his fitlinc.itinas. and the «r^npC and 'evo te-fquc applirati..n of his vocjil power?, kept the amlier.ee m a roiitiiiuui ,« state uf lanth tcr, and ir.daceJ load calls for a reperitij-i of »m; of tjic f mpersorva^ons that m..ra p.-.rtittu-ar!y fised thefc....

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A NEW ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

A. KEW ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. There is reason to believe tbatan attempt will shortly be made to connect England and America once more by tho electric telegraph, and tbia time with greater increased pros pects of permanent success. Recent occur rences have impressed the governments of England and of tlie Coiled States with the enormous importance of such means of com mtuueatian, and the President and govern ment of the United States have decided on giving everv support in their powar to any well considered project of that kind. The government of the United States have in a liberal manner offered to subscribe one half of the sum which would be required for making the cable, and gi»» the use of vessels of .their navy in assisting to lay itt provided the British government triU gran, the remaining portion of tb.6 Bum. Mr, Cyras Field, who took bo active a part in reference to the former Atlantic telegraph, has, we are informed, undertaken a. mission in this country, for the purpose of indu...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The weekly muuting nf the Ipswich Muni cipal Council was held yesterday after noon. Present the Mavor, Alderman Wat ki»s. Cluae, Thora, and Stanley. The niiiiutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed. The town Clerk also read the Town Surveyor's weekly reports. COBhlBATION WOBKS. The Mavoe laid on the table a return of the works for which motions had been passed by thu Council, now uncompleted or not commenced. STEXTtSC. The Mavoe read e. letter from Daniel Ward, in ubicli he rc-asserted that the num ber of etuinjis for wjiicli he claimed pay ment, had Wen removed by him and prayed that die Council would 'come to an carlv decision respecting his claim. After « short discussion it was arranged that the Improve ment Committee should examine the differ ent streets, with the view of discovering if the numbers stated by Ward 1212 had actually been removed. DAY* OP MEETtSO. Alderman Waieiss moved, pursuant to motion — 'That in consequence of the non a...

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NETHERLANDS INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

NETHERLANDS INDIA.. The Singrpore Free Pru- acknowledges the ivceipt of papers from Java to the loth Marcb. We make the following extracts of news : — There seems a prospect at last of the Banj.M-maEsing insurrection being brought te a close, as tbe mainspring of the rebellion, Paagamng Uydayat, has been induced to surrender himself and proceed to Java, where he is now safely lodged. It will be recollected tltat a. short timeag} he accepted th« terms of the Government, and was pro ceeding to the steamer for the purpose of embarking for Java, when he suddenly changed his mind and landed amid such a. number of natives that the assistant resi dent thought it prudent not tn attempt in tcrferiac. It appears he was induced to adopt this course by Demang Lehman, who. far purposes of his own, managed to inspire bim with a great distrust of the intentions of Government, and had kept back the greater pirt of the communications ad dressed to Uydayat by the Besideat, Co'onel Yerspyek. on being ...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

CATHOLIC CHUKCH. On Sunday last immediately after the cele bration -if the mid-day jtlass bv the Rev. Jlr. Hodehiirgh. his Lordship the Bishop asier.ded tho sltar, and after giviugliis be nediction to the congregation requested that t'.i.^ gentlemen intrusted with the presenta tion of thcineraorial,'rcqucsringthathe(tlie Bishop) would Riant to the eoag;e^a!ion tiie favor, if possible of leaving thc~Kev. Sir. McGiuty in the parish where he bad labored sa well, and where so much still remains to bej-ieeotuplishcd. ' Sir. J, Jobxsojt, the Mayor of Ipswich, thin ajiproaclicd the space' in front of the altrr, and, having saluted his Lordship, proceeded t.- read the followi^r memoriiil, prepared by the committee appointed bv the general meeting of Catholics held oil the 4th of May last :— ** To THE KlGHT [ReTEBEND JaHES QuiSN% 'Lohd Bishop of Bbiksane. ** May it ' ii.ease yocb Loboi-'hip. ? We, the undersigned Catholic inhabitants of Ipswich, desire most respectfully to appeal to your Lor...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. (Compiled from the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

GOVEBNMENT LAND SALES {CoeipHedfrcm the Government Gazelle.) At Maryborough, June 30th, 32 country lots on the Mary Hirer, and Saltwater Creek, 19 of which are from 19 to 32 acres each, the upset price being £1 10s. per acre, aad 13 from 82 to 411 acres each, upset price £1 per acre. Tbe first are in the parish of Maryborough, the last in a parish unnamed; 1 and the whole are in the county of March. At Taroom, June 30th, 29 town lots' in the county of Fortescue, parish and town of Taroom, half an acre each, upset price £S per acre. If not sold, these lots will be open to selection in the same manner as ordinary country lots. At Warwick, June SOth, 7 suburban, and 23 country lots, all in the Allora Eeserve ; the first from 1 to 5 acres each, npset price £2 10s. sod £3 per acre; the last from 8 to 105 acres, upset price from £1 to £2 per acre. At Ipswich, July 7th, 22 suburban, 33 country, and 17 special country lots; the first from 2 to 12 acres each in tbe old Police Paddock and on ...

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LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF MAY. AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOB THE MONTH OF MAY, AT THE GENERAL POST OFFICE, BBIS BANE. 1 AGNEW, James, Bockhampton. 2 Aitken. John, carrier, Toownomba. S An drews and Sbi&fie, Messrs.. Toowoomba, 4 Ashley, H- Condamine. I Aviolet, A.. Warwick. I Bailey, ? . Toowoomba. 2 Baitzer, ? , Toowoomba. 3 Banker, ? , Too woomba. 4 Basset, W., (no address). S Beatton, ? . Bockhampton. 6 Bell. ? , Trtowoumba. 7 Bell, ? , Bockhampton. 8 Bell. Henry, Warwick. 9 Bennett, James, Bockhampton. 10 Blisset, Miss Charlotte, Bockhampton. 11 Bosworth, Joseph, Ips wich. 12 Both well, James. Bockhampton. 13 Botbwick, J., Ipswich, lft Bougben, Bobert, Ipswich (4). 15 Bowes. N.. Too wooiabi. 16 BoxalL J. H., Ipswich. 17 Brady, John, Bockhampton. 18 Brett, George. Bockhampton. 19 Briggs. William, Bockhampton. 20 Brock, ? .Toowoomba. 21 Brookes, John, Ipswich. 22 Brown, John A., Undullah. 23 Brown, William. Warwick. 24 Brown aud Sherry. Toowoomba. 25 Broughton, A. D_ Toowoocaba. 26 Bryan. ? , Toowoomba,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Marriage. On the 5th June, at St. Luke's, Too- woomba, by Special License, by the Rev. Vincent F. Ransome, Mr. F. Grisbrook to Mary, eldest daughter of J. R. Blackmore. Esq., of Taunton, Somersetshire.

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

HCSSIA. {From the Standard, March 25. \ TnECE wdl shortly be celebrated at St. retersburgh. and thronghont the vast empire of the Czar, the 1400th anniversary of the foundation of the Hussian state. 'Such an event is well calculated to inspire nith solemn thoughts both the people and the rukri?. So vast an empire fees not been gathered together and consolidated without more ilian tha orlinary measure of injustice and viulence. -wbich is the mother's milk of kingdoms of every degree. We need not be surprised if Russia has had her ?Tcnj, her Catiline, her Mrssalina — if more than oae of her gcaerals bas braMi the modern image of Attila. If this GovcmmeDt has lou^ pre sented tho strange spectacle of a 'stern despotism amid nations which liave culti vated the fornis of constitntioDal freedom : an empire maintained by the sirord amid others which appeal for an argument to the goodwill of their subjects; 3 constantly ag gressive power by tbe sidi: of nations which 1 have disdained offensi...

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THE TAEPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

THE TAJEPIXGS. j Tbe progress of the Taej-iD' instirrwtinn throws li^ht ilium, and is illustrated bv. some ftf the darkest passages iu history, ii is plain tU.-.t it b-uu* b»u ?»«li-iW~»«-.S' S«r *-tc fairest portions of civilisation. The irreat mystery of those terrible irruptions has always been tiie question whence came tho multitudes -which spread distraction around thsin quite as much bv the pressnrc of their numbers jis by their desolating fc rociry. Tiie accounts we receive -it' tuc Tsepiiis-s shon- that the magnitude of the destroying horde is explained by the com pleteness of the ruin which it creates. Ir settles down, as 5tr. Layard energetically ,put Il_ like a swarui of locusts. There is a ruAir.5 of cfluntloss H-iujjn, a sound of grinding teeth, and every vestige of cultiva tion and oneiy spark oi' rcguution has dis appeared. The Taepiags attack a city or overrun a neighbourhood, and in a few davs tuin'. is neither a bouse, nor wall, nor instru mant of Ia--or. The remna...

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JOTTINGS LABOUR THE CHINESE. DOMESTIC [?] SELLING AND BUYING OF CHINESE AMONG THEMSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

JOTTiXrtS 'ABOUT THE CIXIXESE. \ (Fnm thr. Onrlaai China Hail.) | Joins-rn: Si.SrEE!fiXsW33& ?SEtiasR- a.si- { Bcvin'o of GaivEi5 a»o:-'C The^selve^. i Jra.-cnts can sell tiou- rhilurcn to ho , Blavas, or tn bs adopted children of tlia h-iyor. Husbands cu-ksII their wives t.i be the wives of other men, nur tn Jmj their slaves. Tboso ~ho bivo bought children of t'ldr parent? can s-!l them to -.-t!iers. A .wife sjlil by h;r hnshi.nrf. to be the wifp of her purchaser, cm ha ay him sn!d tn ba i!ib *7lf» «h' inofhermm. - ''iil-lrL-:i asc not on frs;j:t.;ntly -it *a lnm taesr par-cuts, takca (n s.iin ; other part 01 the prdvmrc or em pire, ami uld for slaves. Tha «.'iinr-!? ns; tbj sime tcrin« t-- indi cate t!i5 sihs anil pitrtfhr.se of ciii'drun and' wires tV.t tVjrn« w.'«.vj spoabinir t-f tins ekI.i and n,'irehijse of land*, or cattle, or any descri|»ti;in of p?i;w:ty. ta case of a parent selling his «juld. a do- j cum ;:it i* giv.t 1 t-- t\ic buyer, statin? tin ; iiiiui: 'f fie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

WAXTKP. by an experienced person, a situation wln're he may have the mauagciuent of a cattle station; lias had twenty years' experience amongst cattle, and unueVstnnds spaying. Address. Super intendent, Sir. Hanson's London Tavern, Brisbane-street. Satisfactory references can be given. OVERSEER. TIT ANTED, a SHKEP OVERSEER for f Hawkw.Kid. Applv to BAMSAV and JOl'P. CaynAali. Burnett. TO SlTAXB THIS SEASON, THE Ul rOBTED DUAUiHT STALL1OS. PADDY. Teems, For,s GtisE&s, vrmt Good ' Paddocrs. NO reaponsibilitv. All lnarcs to be re muTcd on or before 1st January, for further particulars applv to MAHTINf BYBKE. Steam Packet Hotel. Ipswich. SADDLERY* SADDLERY! w. mmo smith HAS NOW OX HAND A FBESH SUPPLY CHEAP, FOB CASH. E0YAL H0IEL, COESEE OF BniSBANE AMI MORTIHEK Stbect.5, Ii-swicn. MKS. MART ANNIE OATJLFUELD. lste of the Hoyai Hotel, Bathnrst, bess to announce that she lias taken the house at die corner of Brisliaue and Morti mer-strfcts, which she intends keeping as a first -cla...

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ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY, WITH ENGLISH NEWS TO THE FIRST MAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

ASRIVAL OF THIS wrrat ENQLISH NEWS TO THE WEST HAY. [By Eixcnac Telegutb.] (rBOX OGE (ITS COEBESTOSBEKT.J [Tho following telegram of the nor.s brought by the F. & O. Co.'s steamer Bom bay, to the 1st of May. was issued as a si;p plcincnt to this journal late on Tuesday night last.] Sydney, Tuesday Afternoon. TJie Kangitiria arrived at Glenelg Pier, after a. passage of one hundred hours from King George's Sound. The P. & O. C.'s steamer, Bombay, Captain Methvio, from Point de Galle, arrived at KingGeorgc's Sound at 1 p.m.oa the 5th inst. ? ? - -

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ANTI-CHINESE OPEN AIR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

AXTI-CHIXESE OPEX A1K SIEETIKG. A public meeting convened by advertise ment was held on the green near the Police ; Court-lionsejastevening. The weather was particularly favourable, and between two and three thousand people had assembled before S o'clock. On the motion of Mr. Owen Gardiner. Mr. , B. S. Warry t.iok die chair. The Chairman, after reading the advertise ment convening die meeting, stated that in his opinion this was the most critical mo ment in die history of die colony. Those present were mostly Britons, and he -teas certain the}- would npt reconcile themselves to die influx of the race nnw about to land among- them j And yet some 'people -wmBtod to introduce among them a breed of people opposed to diem iu religious, social, and moral habits. From what he (the Chair man} had read and beard, die class of people who came from China to these colonies were the Terr refine of China ; and why should ire receive them ? lie would ask the meet ing, 'do we want these people?' (T...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

ENGLISH IXTFJ4LIGSNCE, April 26, Tbe Australian Fchroary Mails were delivered in London, via, Marseilles, on die 15th and 18th ApriL Tbe Court has returned to Osbome. Her Majesty's health continues good. . . The wedding of Princess Alice is appointed -to take place iu June. The Queen by die advice of the Committee bas abandonded her in tention of erecting a monolith to. the memory of his late Boys! Highness the Prince Consort. The subscription list progresses slowly. Tbe opening «f the International Exhibition Is. tlie absorbing domestic topic of the hour. Parliament ' will reassemble on the 28th instant.*' The dulness of Parlicnient was most unexpectedly relieved by a most caustic speech froniJMr. Disraeli on th« Douse goipg inUt a Committee of Ways and Means, the chief feature of which went to show that the country had been laundered of £cr$3 millions aud a half. The reply was complete. The Chancellor «f the Exchequer made his Financial Statement, and f.'ftimatod a surplus of Cue ...

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BRISBANE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

EKIBBAire. fVBOM OCB OKI* CORBESTOXnEST-3 Wednesday. 'Ecu iteruml' or u the vulgar have it 'here wo are again S' I am sure that many, nay all, of your readers must have felt sur prised and grieved at my late long silence, that is to est, I am sure if they bare not done so they ought to have. But like many others, I have last week devoted to die races an absorbing ardour end Attention iwuthy uf a better cause. Sidney Smith raid that correspondences were like small— clothes Wore die invention of susiieuders. viz ?? very difficult to keep up.' A remark die truth of which you have more than once experienced. The House met yesterday for tlie first time since their Ions adjourniiienr, and a more seedy looking House, a House lnore evi dently recovering from a -spree' I never saw. * With the exception of Challinor and Cribb. (I mean Bobert) v.Iio «rc like die faten or die laws of die Medes and Persians. or tailor's hills. Sheriff's bailiff's, and other nnpleasant tilings, immutable, vrith t...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

AMERICA. The Emily St. Pierre, an English ship from Calcutta, was captured by a Federal war steamer off Charleston, but was recaptured )sj her captain witb t!:c assistance of his cook and steward, from Lieutenant Stone and his prize crew, consisting of sixteen men, and she has arrived in Liverpool. BATTLK OF COKIXTH. The campaijgi iu Tennessee i&s Iwen fairly commenced, atid a great battle lias beeu fought at Corinth, iu which the Confederate General Juhustune whs killed, and the Federal (.Iuier.il Grant taken prisoner. General Beaaregard found tbe Fede rals advancing in two divisions to attack his position ; he therefore deterniined to make an attack upon tlio Federals nuder General Grant at Pittslmig, by landing before the second nrniy under General Birel could arrive iu time to support them. On Sunday moming. tlie 6th April, the Confederate roroea, under Geuoral lteauregard, advauood with 60.000 men to cive the Federals battle. Tbe cou^ fiiet raged during two day*. The Co...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (N.I.W.)[?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

LEXMgLATIVE OOrNCIL. (KL.V)BI X. llbc preamble and firet clanue «-u_u „,,. Pear *?- be ret in etulirvo. as they are not upon Uie printed jiliuet.] '2. There shall be in place of the Legis lative Council now subsutin;. a Legislative Council t.- consist ofa I're^identand twentr faur members to be suninionodin the uuinncr hereinafter provided. 'a. It shall be lawfol for the Ooveroo: hi' aud tdth the adtict of the Executive Cwucil U- summon from time to time in her Majesty's name to the said Legis lative CVmncii by au instrument under the great teal of the colony such persons not being more than twenty-five duly qualified under Uiis act as he may think jit : Pro- I vided that all persons who at the com- I ii'.enceaiLnt of this act shall have been sum- j moiled to he and shall then be members of ! the original Legislative Council shall re tain their seats in the Legislative Council provided by this act and shall be numbered amongst the said twenty-five members until they shull litv« reti...

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