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EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862

EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. Yesterday aliout 200 emigrants emiiarked at Qnccnstown. on board the shipChats wurth, fir the new and prosperous colony of Queensland. A few of them were from the county of Cork and other parts of the South «f Ire laud, but the greater number came from Tiillamorc. King's Countv, and the neigh bourhood of DiiMin, under the direction of the Ue.V. Dr. OlSlll. Havramrl-Ktro**' Tiiil*!:.. who c~.nic down specially to sec that they wercproperly accommodated, and that every thing necessary to their comfort was pro vided for the voyage. Most of the pas sengers ere of the comfortable farming classes, and some few are of a higher rank ; all secmc-d cheerful and happy, and evidently looked forward to their colonial life with hope and good spirits. The Chatsworth. captain Richard Tucker, is one of the Black ball line of Australian sailing packets, be longing to the house of James Baincs and Co., Liverpool, and is a very fine, well con structed, full-riggcl ship of 1037...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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TERRIBLE BOILER EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862

THUEIBLE BOILEB EXPIX-SION. WoLVEEBAMi-TOK. A ran. 15.— At about a quarter past eleven o'clock this forenoon, a from this town, which has occasioned the death of nineteen persons, and serions in juries to other ten. Of these latter, two are dying as we write, but of tbe remaining eight there is ground to hope for their ulti mate recovery. The site of the explosion is rricstflcld, tbe first station between this town and Birmingham, on the Great West ern line. At Priestficld, among otLer iron works are those now carried on by Mr Thomas Bose. and belonging to the Birmin gham Banking Company. The works are called tbe HtJIfield Works, and thev con sist of two forges and three mills, nil lor die manufacture of different descriptions of finished iron. One forge, the only one now at work, consists of twenty puddling fur naces, a shingling hammer for heating the dross from the ball of molten iron which are produced at the puddling furnaces, and a train of rolls for rolling the iron after it ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862

IMTOUNDIXGS. At Ipswich, from Bunda-nhah. Driving and trespass 2s. fid. per head: — Red and white steer, split off car, C off rump; straw berry steer, brands off rump and ribs not berrv steer, piece off off car. BW off rump, 5 offribs. A over A off shoulder. A. off ribs =roa'n*ncBef . st-m off ear, P over GC off rump : yellow and white cow, piece out off car, notch near ear, W off shoulder, — over WJC off rump and ribs, TA over - near ribs ; yellow cow, top off both ears, W over W off rump, W off shoulder. TA over - off ribs ; yellow cow, off ear split MAV off loin, GW off shoulder, spotted cow, HF over 3UTO off ribs, AB off thigh; brindle heifer. ML near ribs, near ear srjit. From Rosewood. Driving and trespass. £1 : — Grey mare and foal, like Ij near shoulder, J near thigh. If not released on or before 7th July. 1862, will be sold. A- Haseskajip, Poundkeeper. At Ipswich, from Rosewood.. Driving and trespass £1 per head: — Bay horse, blaze, hind feet white. HW over a- c: 8 near sho...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. A correspondent sends the following r«r markahle story to the Dublin Eeeming MkU: — ' This is the age of discoveries, and one of such a startling nature has just been made in an BngUsh county that it seems out of place in the region ofeober Cut. and to belong purely to the atmosphere of. the tikree-voluine novel. Here are the circum stances: the names for the moment I am not at liberty to indicate :— The Earl of ? married not long ago, aad brought his bride to one of the old family mansions which members of the English aristocracy regard with an affection amounting to vene ration. The lady, however, being more continental in her tastes, after a short resi dence in the apartments appropriated to her use, expressed a wish to have a boudoir in the vicinity of her bedroom. The noble earl would gladly have complied with tbe request, hut, upon examination, it was found that die rooms, as sometimes happens in antique buildings, were so awkwardly distributed that by no concei...

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BANANA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862

BANANA (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   The township is going a-head; the black- smith has nearly completed his house and forge, and a butcher's shop will be opened next week. The hotels are in first-class working condition, all newly furnished rooms, papered, clean, and comfortable bed- rooms, and a verv different class of domes- tics, good paddocks, and indeed all that is requisite for travellers. Then has been several mobs of cattle, sheep, and horses en route for the far-famed north. Banana, June 6, 1862.— Barnett Argus  

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THE MISSING BOAT OF THE OCEAN MONARCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

THE MISSING BOATOF THE OCEAN The boat which lefttbe Ocean Monarch fho night before the ship foundered in the At lantic lus at length been heard of It was picked up with its living freight, cmsist-' of the mate, carpenter, his son. ana ainet teen seamen, by the schooner Oliver B Booth, from Alexandria to New York. The aocount they gave of the loss of the Ocean Monarch is as follows:— She sailed frf(Itt Xew York for Liverpool on the Sth March and on the night of the 9th cx^rienced ven? heavy weather, during which the carg.j shifted, and in wusriag the ship she wBS struck by very heavy seas, sweeping tbe decks of everything moveable. Cargo re shifting, the ship suddenly sprung a Jeat to such an extent that it was impossible to do anything *-jth it The boats were or dered to be got out, when four were imme diately put overboard and alongside, tho largest of which were- soon .filled, and cut adrift by one of the seamen in it L- .=.„. posing that more would get into it and : swamp it. The...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IRON SHIPS—THE FIRST FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

IRON SHIPS— THE FIRST FIGHT. Prtce tlie last naval battles of France and England three highly important changes have been made in the conditions of naval warfare. They are the in trod notion of steam as a propelling power, the substitution of large and powerful guns, few in number, for a great array of smaller ones, and lastly, the coating of the vessels* sides with iron plates. Until the action of the 8th and 9th of the present month, on the American coast— no naval battle in which steamcre bore a part had been fought ; the new heavy rifled guns bad never been fired into a war-ship ; and the efficacy of iron plating had never been tried in actual warfare. Speculation was rife as to what sort of tiling a fight between the new class of vessels with tho new style of armament wonld be. Previous to the in vention of the Iron plating, the opinion was that eea-fights would bo of short duration, that one or other nf two contending vessels wonld be quickly ripped open by tiie terrific force...

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THE MEXICAN TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

THE MEXICAN MEATY. Article I. Admitted that the Constitutional trorernment, now actnaltv in. power in tiic prescntatircs of tbe silted Poirere that it needs not tlie aid which they so benevolently hare offered to Die Mexican people. It having within itself the elements of power and public opinion necessary to maintain itself against any internal revolt, the allies enter at once upon the gronud of treaties, to establish in due form all claims which thev have to make in the namo of their respective nations. Art 2. For tliis, and declaring, as do de clare, die representatives of tiio allied nations, that they propose notbiDg against tiic independence, sovereignty, or integrity of tlie Mexican Republic, negotiations will be npeniid at Orizaba, to which city will re pair the representatives of tiie allied Powers ana tiro of the Ministers of the Eepublic, saving always . the case that by mutual understanding it be decided upon to send representatives delegates liy each party. Art. 3. l-nr...

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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

CANADA.^ Ix our lust Imt one we published an extract from n London, contemporary, tlie Canadian A'eirr. giving a sketch of tlie condition «f onr finest dependency, its agricultural capa bility, and tho encouraging; praxpects hcM nut to seltlers Uiert, as well on account of the great fcrtilitv of the soil, tbu excellence 01 tup climate, the iinrlr.illed moans of com munication by water aud rail throughout tlie province, which pivos miarlv equal value to farm produce in all jiarts of it. and tiie extremely liberal to.-jis on which the Canadian Government an; now hcfitonins the l.-uul npnn industrious settlers nrhoMHke Canada their home. There is. iwrlmps, however, no feature in Canadian lifo nnd Hros=]-ects so favorable to the settler as the jTroat trade in timlier. with vdiich the soil of Caun.U has becu so liountifiillv supplied Jjy Providence. The forests of the conntrv arc said to b.: covered with enough of wood to sn;,jt!v Europe for ages— -an immense source of wealth, when combi...

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MEXICAN TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

MEXICAN TROCBLBS. In the month of November, Lost year, England, France, and Spain, entered into a convention, with the object of intervening in Mexico. No doubt, each of the a£=o?iated Powers had claims on the Government of that distracted country. Spain had also liens dating back from a time considerably anterior to Mexican independence : and in her case, the Spanish nation, as well as in dividual Spaniards, were creditors. The claims of France and England were of a later date ; and it is worthy of re mark, that not only did they not re present an international obligation, as in the case of Spain, but they arose cbiefly out of loans contracted with in dividual Frenchmen and Englishmen at the time of the Mexican war of inde pendence, for the express purpose of ex pelling the Spaniards. Thus, by a curious and anomalous inconsistency, the three Allies had associated for the purpose of enforcing claims, some of which had been contracted in direct opposition to the interests of one of t...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

m.ul Ann \N«K3rn\Ts at Tiiji l'O-ST OFFICE. »t.vrc.i Tiij'-ltv.'f in. !Smvir°.^-»V I Tji;: To- riia; -MaUs rvrriv-j at thiir dosti- I rmii-ri .is f iIIots: — j B::i.-sax= .. D:!:!y. S tally esMptsd. 1« I Toicii-vnA1 AVtilttsday. II a.:n. ; t»rtt:ir uiy. i' Ti-iK. Dk.vtt.ix ? ?\Vai:n:*liy. n»n; S.itnr.!:ir, fi p.m. \VAT!wirK .. T'.u-s1.:!.-. 4 p.i.i. ; ?£».,rd;-y. 1 1 a.m. K.CAy;i .. F:i.'.?.'. m--i-u. Tiie ^'!TI^v[^n 3 '.i.i:!s sre coiitinynt for ti7in' na i'ne arrivals oi' tT'.? steamci* : n.:iil i'nr tli'.:*-.1. ^-u-li a— nr.\ .-??i^.-:iti arc niad« as are n!'?t Ji'ii-.-ly t-- aiO' ?; ;v;MIi; ea:ivcr.i?nw.vis.: M.irvN;r.viT'i, «.i!i !srr.:ie, .-uid ErtcVaaup t- .. ovary -UK-rp.it- Siijl^v or Moa d.-.V. :is ?; -;::; 1 ri i'ic lilf :-1 «ap:TS of ih- pr.-vi. ?.!?: I';rid.'v ^ai S:itun!nv. Ks-.v Siiiiin W .'??- -.ill t'u- ot't.;r Anstr» lii'i v :!??-:?? ..;. ss ppp.vtimity i-:f-rs, n-i-.i ill-.- t~U™ s v.-t-efc- llin.-s uf cIiks i.:~ ev-lsil.;*.-! sil i'ost O::if.-. E:;!-op.¥. it. stx...

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A LIBERAL IDOL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

A LIBERAL ITOL. Tiis nt-i'k }i2S Tiriiiiglit no ciniinjition ; t-- t!ic Priirfian t-riMs. On tiic c--a- tniry, e:iAi day r-rinp? some frosk de : vclupuicnt, -rravcr and more jireguant, 'f tlian taosc which have preceded it. Of - it.* ireiiaSueness and iiup.trbtnce jicrliajis : the. b;st proof comes to us from Vienna, ' where nuMic attention has been coiu ; pleLely divertoJ from the* proceeding I of the Reiehsrath, tlie Ilungarian ijif j fioultv, and tlie tlireateuiSg attitude of 1 Italian affairs, to the discussion of this ' unexpected and untoward complication j at Berlin. The Austrian Government does not pretend to bfi thoroughly eon stitntioaal in all ire acts; llic uiisetilcd juisition iif sevoral provinces with refer ence to the i'dtcnt Laws of Fehruar^', lSCil, olFietnaUy prevents the possi Jiility of any sm-li pretenoo. But, at the s:iuie time, they are very frank and explicit in their declarations of what ooiiftttutiooai practice onelit to be and must bo, whenever those Pate...

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[?] FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

? nmrnmii.i r. . irvTim P.'IK JUNE. w1*!i rim pruning of vines, and line hptwc«u c-.h^i-j'. cnulifl.iirer. i-c. Tlii= should J... f-s::nc-.tlr Inn? to t;s.s -rrmviTi!! crops riitrois!! j the ?n-intcr. S'W f-r snoccssion. liroouli and Cfliiliflinror. FT.n-,vr:ii flAr.DES .vxn SunrsBEsrEs. — As cold n-jM- mij- nil? l?e expi'ctol srasree Iili-.ts. v.-:iicli it 'may b.- a«sir.ible to ««nre i Wf-re tlicy aK injiireii, sliotiH l-e carefully : ciivivrv.1. wlicn tlvore is tlin l.:^st cause t-- | &Vl-r''lvy.i'l damsfc. Plant anA remove j rows. Ac. f e; t-- sJcnriiiK a good stuck of ; CHttims of petTlnIis, 'eraniams. faschia, for Fprin-z nsc. Fiet.u. — S'vect jiot.itnsa. yams, arr«irroot, rti.l cinder may n-'r liR 'ln£ np and asi-d. Clover. I'tet-me, an-1 all kinds of grass seeds j fv»r pastnre* may still be sown. ;

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

GT. A ~OSTOJXTE. TraoH ont ows coccEspo?rDEST.] Pi-03 old Kent, of iiiicisviible oitteiutr. w»s well nigh finisliing his days anione us. en ruult to t'a.: Mitchell. You know of course, lie came -ip by the Olareacc last ivcck. Whilst in the aict -if ; getting on board the steamer, someimr or other hs slipped his fdoL and plump lie goes into tha water. It ?was c. Terr asnraiv esrsifw for Uu, as it was dark et the -time, sad the padSe-wlse-.;!* were ^njvinp. Biinsf able to swim a little, tie managed to keep his iicad above water Hutil 4 beat rsiehed hi*. 1 The news from our diggings is somewhat niorc favourable. Although I am unable to report the discoverv of any monster nuggets, yet 1 a;n gJad to be able to say, that the uaniber of diggers, thoufrh not large, is gradually, iiiereaniiig. mid that those at work consider that they have every enconrage nieiit to i-i.-rifvoif. Tlie dij^era from Kins's mine are doing the best, 110 doubt. Their average cirniacrs are about one found a d\v eac...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

WEEKLY CALEST'AU. Mir «S» i Sc* '? Sra ' Mnn»= fll«'l W»T» Thnrslay ar d .« 5 ID 27 5 : £ .'.ij » 0 rrir]»y... 57 f« I S II ' 2rt 5 : S it I 9 1« Satitntav » cs J 5 U i » S i9S| 9 « | Fnndnf -iP 6SJ ! SI! ; 9 5 10 6 i 10 30 I liorrd=y_3^ 6 31 SB : :S 0S| liij JCU. ! II Tir-.l-,y_ 1 $ 54 : 5 14 3 S I 13 1 40 VfdB=d.v 2 6 S4 5 11 4 ?- ' 2 30 1 5 3« i 'Hie i«an- ri-iiit? m»J tn'ttmi; Is rairclatcd to mean | thru*. Hiifh Trsiler 4i rpsnfficfa ftinr Tumrs later. j

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

BRISBANE. (From the Courier.) Gaivn Tol-ksahekt. — An entertainment ?was given in the But:iuic Gankvis on Satur day aftemiwn by Professor Parker, the champion swordsman of Australia, in aid «r the funds of the Yoln'itecr Band. The mv»agci.ients for the occasion were mnilc Iiv tlic Rtnd Committee, aart appealed to be as pertset as circumstances would admit. His Excellency the Governor and L:iJy il-iwun were present. 33 vcrc aiso ili.i iu--n;!»ors «n' tlie Ministry, and several aiKnilinrs of 1miIi Houses of P.-iriieiacJit, Alfogorher then: Were about i'M or ;VK) persi'iag in th-: gardens. Tho lfcmil was stationed on tin ground, and pcrfunnisd several pieirs of music in nust efTuativu srvls at intervals. The cntertdinineut (»nsisu-d ptiniupullv of stick anl briKi'Lsivord --.-:.ib:-.t-. and divers bants with bayonet .via bro.Uj-.vord. and also with t'je foils, the Prefi- ;sc- acjnittin-* I himself wit'i bis ns-uil sii-Ii in all ilio en- | gsgnncnts in which lie to..k ;-irt J:i ad- ; dit...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

Cjje ^artj Australian. ipsirwn. Tim&sn.i.r.jrxF.iz. ip*s. Hip, hip, liurrab ! Let the twsnijr-fifih of Jaii2 l-e henceforth a. red letter day in tae Queensland Crdendar, in com memoration of the defeat of a most humous attempt to curtail the political froe jom of th« psaple, — an attempt that OTTcs its frustrstioa to those glorious British, institutions, the voice of the ueaDle. and a free Press. ! Yesterday, the Culonial Secretary in | a2t ofdesperation.coniniiUe-iinfanticide ] on liis political bsntlicsr, I-.eraidid into ! existence under the misnoaar of the j Electoral lle'or^i 1511!. How powerful mast be the sheets of |jlac; : even more ] powerful it tr.vjM ssern than parental ! aSbction. Discretion demanded tUs sairifice, and like another Brutus, alliough actnated by a very different motive, the hoa member for the Leish liardt immolated his pet project at the shrine of Mammon, Although aa oat-rard sign l-etray«l j the internal struggle that lacerated the destroyer, whil...

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

A NIGHT FOB THE MILLION. ME. H. H. H0UB1N In Ilia Grand Polynatioual Entertainment. Aimi&*io--- : BACK SEATS, Is. ; FBOXT DO., 2s. A T THE SCHOOL OF ABTS. on J\. THUBSDAY EVENING. JUNE 2G, For the Last Time ! On which occasion be will appear in his Grand Budget of National Characteristics, embracing Skuulvk*. SwrrKmi.A'SD, Cmss. Tkclact), Fbaxcc, Askbica. and Italv, And introduce ' That Young Man from the Countrv ' ' The Banks of the Shannon.' ' Saflv, Come Up,' and ' Boot, Hog, or Die.' FEMALE SERVANT WANTED. Mrs. C. DAVIS, East and Brisbane streets. TirANTED, a SERVANT. Apply to W Mrs. BBODGHTON, Ipswich. ' TWO FOUNDS SEWASIX LOST, from the P-«ket, Little Ipswich, about eight months since, one BAY MARE, branded BLJ on near shoulder PF E\V on off shoulder, and P on off side cheek, small star on forehead, with foal at foot. Any person delivering the marc and increase to the undersigned, will receive the above re *» d. WILLIAM PUBTELL, Little Ips wich. P.S. — Last seen on *? ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRISBANE. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

U1.TBST 3CKT37nT.T.I-3-EBq-33C. i BETSBANE. {Fsom Our men Corrapandcnt.) Wednesday, 6 p.m. You will rejoice to hear tbnt the fate of the Electoral Bill is scaled, On the Legislative Assembly going into Committee on the Bill this after noon, the Colonial Secretary proposed, with the consent of the House, tu with draw all the clauses relating to tbc alteration of the franchise. Ilerenpon Lilley suggested the with drawal of thcBill, and Macalister having expressed himself favorably to the sug- 1 cestion. Herliert took the advice, and n-jtbdrett- the Bill finally. The Hon. Western Wood's motion, ' That this House will, to-morrow, re solve itself into a Committee of the whole Souse to consider the following resolutions: — (1.) That this House, perceiving the many and great evils that have arisen from the entire admi nirtration'of justice in this colony haw ing been confided to one Judge, is of opinion that a Chief Justice should be appointed, and that he should be chosen from the English...

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