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DISTRESS IN IRELAND. LETTER FROM THE COUNT DE PARIS TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

DISTRESS IN IRELAND. VS. CTP.a FBO-.1 THE COUNT' DE PARIS TO t'SE KDITOR OV THS TIMES. Pis,— Will v.vi have ttio kin.lness to instrrt it vonr np£t pah!:cat!na the follntria^ letter addressed to cij *3 tbiiT.-ssnrers of riie G.in-la An'ii-i.? Clab Uciief Fond for t!us district. by His fioyal IIigUaes3 the Coaut do Paris? llii ?£ -/a! Highness was a meailior of the clti'j for two seas jas. I thersfore. took tlie lllierty to brin* aaW bis notice the deep distress oxUtiag in this locality - I feel as s trod tail, his letter will be porusel with m icli interest by tU)»c who sytajjatliUe with t!ii vra'its n[ t'ns suffering poor. I am. Sir, ymr obedient servant, JJOBMET J^fEEar. Becru, Galtray, April 7, '''' ^

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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VOYAGE OF H. M. SHIP "GEYSER." [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

VOXAG-E Otf \l. M. SttIP ; ' 'GEiTSEB.' I A LErrca, from agovaraHi.-ntolkisl. show* I hovr fearful is the diatra; i.-i Ireland. Tiw following are ths reaiarksoi' the Irish H.tim there i.i : — ' We have an interesting and we sup p-se an impartial narrative of the voyagj of her Majesty's ship Geyser among the islands auil alou2 the w«t coasc of IrRiainl. Theunrrative is frva the pen of Dr. IJrodie, Poor Law In spect 3r, irho v.-as on i.-aard, com missioned, as we were informed at the time, by g ncrument to relieve the most distressed portion of the people on the cjast anl the Isles. The extent of country risiisJ, the degrees of distress fo-asd ta jj.vvail there, ani the amount of relief afforded by fcer Majesty's sbip Gsyssr, will be best learned frjci an abstract of the narrative. On the 21st Dwiiubar, a memorial, from the inhabitants cf the island* ef 1$ -:iin and Shark, representing the ljc ditioii jf i j ? inhabitants of these islands, fiwa sfsreity of food aii-1 iuei, was traosin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

WASTED, 0 eober. steady WOMAN. as Housekeeper for a single man. To a competent person liberal wages will be given. Apply at die office of tbisjMper. T9Qt __.= WASTED, a SEUVAKT. Apply to Mrs. BROUGUTOK, Ipswich. TTTAN-TfiD. a YOITNG GIKL. tonuraa TT baby, and make herself generally ilsefnl. Apply at Sirs. WILDEUS, Sicholas stroet, Ipswich. BUTLER BROS- & WHi'A'KHOITSE SADDLERS' UtONMOXGEBS (Formerly of Fitt-Etreet, Sydney), T-KG t« intimate that they havo BE JL- .MOVED to more commodious rrc mises, known as the CITY B O X D , 91, YoJtK-.STBEET, SXIIXET, July 1. 18fii BUTLER BROS. & WHITK11UUSK, WHOLESALE SADDCEHS, HABSKSS-M A KBES ANJ- j SAllDLEHS' 1UOXJIOXGERP, ?\Valsall, Kngland; and the City Iiond, 1 Vork-strcet, Sydney. j [AOVEItTISEMEST.] J i/jris wrroEVSTEix. I SIR,— As Mr. WitsenstciiTs attorn?y, I j lieg t«i state that, having perused a i %-aricty nf documents connected with the case on which lie has been arrested.anS coo veyed befure a l'oliw Magistrate .ntS...

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COMMERCIAL. FATTORINT & CO.'S STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

CO3»fi3iiL131S.CIAi.. FATTORrSfT 1; OO.'S StOCB. AXt) SiATlOS 0{3CVl..\» FOE TB5 Slosra or Jcsz, IS '.£. Station?.— The en^sirica fir first-cUss p.i^ t -r«l nr iperties remain luialmti J, and t!i-r? j is a W~a ant^uat of capita! atrahin ?- t'r= kin.1 of iavBstmcnt. AVu do not nun- « v-K-ci r.ny bn-ia.-as vriU bj fl.me in the transfer of fit ii!- us. till after the harvest uf wool and inara»a«,^pbea wo may look farn-ard to - B'vctoI Mfen trfinsnctions tskinj nkee Cat-^s Stations.— .\\'b liive'to n-ivirt a rf'o'-U iaspr.tra.iuat ia tills :;inrliet. Dsrin' the aiputli there has bc;a pot-era! vz-nirizi a^lVs arj ne.ri^.Ttia* c. f.-v traa^ia^ona. ' JJSi.-'.KS^ e.irvriiy.— 17j Iiavy had a f -x transaction; a«-l rep--ri t!.c Ejro t.f fo l-!.*-s.vith-.Mar.-.Ht-r..at ^S); t^,, bjOi,!iS 111 *°,2Icriv*1f flt -^^: «n i *W block-s oa Dafflu Crock— ian?!v. lies, Silex. -'d «.K..-Uea at £100 p-2r l'K«k. ''* Sbee?.— There lnv,» |,, en a !«rre nimbcr of pureUaiirs m tbe mjrkrtt. nn u- of tiicsi i.'t...

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THE COLONISATION OF NORTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

THE COLONISATION OS' MOIi'CH ADSTBALIA. (fi»m tit Agt.) A meeting of gentlemen inteiested in. the foundation of a. new colony at 4he head of i the Albert River. Gulf of Carpentaria, was j iiclil on fridav afternoon, at the Albion j Hotel. About forty gentlemen wen; present. I Mr Thomas Eielly was voted tn tlic chair. The Chairman stated that the proposed MNuoci.-ition Mas a joint-stock company for no 'ither jmrjwsc than that of mutually I bwiL-»itting each of the subscribers. j No transactions could take place iu 1 the tihinv of each person held for tiie J valin- it represented would be strictly con { fined to taking out one person. He also said that tbo jiny .ctore liad no pnispect of remuneration bcyoud having a personal paiticipalion in the benefits to be derived by mutual co-opurati-i -. in colonising die rich and fertile la- !.?» of Northern Australia. Mr. Hall slated the oly^eU of the pro posed, association. It was a well known (act tliat in America, where thirty or forty nion...

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

PfiODJCE 5IAKKET. Oar Sy.!»:y Ascents r,p,,rt a.- f.Unws :_ Woou— i .i ; ..nenstions ia this stapK- have h:WT nf :, limit,.] rttraeter. .tj.) t!:0 J,.f? »p-r.i;lrtr.ir-.varafiirsaK- were mostly of an or- ' v-™^'-' ????*-'r'i1'''«» and f-. !I:nna?ered parcels i.^i.i i tc-.\- cscjjiti.Tis thar li.ivj hs^ to 5i'«u;t to a sHrirt n.-fli.,,. )n r-rJjo Tit ^V .n,-*S ?'? ^^l Jf Wo 'anHcf. jvited J--I, I;1 ri. ? lliv sales h« had its ej.-ct on ti ? Jt-.ru.ct, and wo P3tpc.:t a -tul 'Ti-vta- ;. ca..UJn wi:l he exfcrei^oiby iiavers nota rhs entaJo-nos f,r May ara at hand, w\i Ta-.;.ct.— This market is fi,m. aacj 5i,ip. juj.,' pir-ils ia -.Ml casks arcfrcejv takea ; a. -i : i.drance on tho average cf ?ast I m-it'is rates. Bo3ers- bri-ht hlron' I ton a°~ VOIih £3S *' '? to£3SSs- P' Hir»E-.— This market hisr.-Mivel at-hock, a-l all psKJs lave decUce-^ ia price; first li-ivws hiv« falien Et least Is. Si to ^»s i J-'Y* '1 infi-iw (jnilitius *9. to 2a. 6d. ^^Eist-stroat. Iraaieb. QtiMnstna, 1st July...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

I«J=fX'X.'J=tBg TO 'i.'fcLE JTOCTO Jt education: Mb. EiMioa, — I want to know why I, who am a believer in religion* education, and nothing else, am to be compelled to contri bute to the support of a system nf education (sn called) ivhiflt, if not godless, is next door to it. I have a. deep and abiding- belief that the words of a certain divine teacher, 'seek ye fint die kingdom of God and his righteousness.' are set at nought whenever the vnunz arc instructed, trained, or edu cated otherwise than religiously: hy which I term Tfl'.giwdj I understand not simply the i administmtion nf sundry technical religioux i ' lessons,' hnt the giving to the whole bii- ! siness of die school, to its appearance, tu its ' Terr atmosphere, * religious tone ; aH-per- j vading. all-controlling ; insensibly, but ron sUntly, influencing teachers and pupils, and moulding the hearts of the roun; to piety ' and faith. Is it just and right that I should be called upon to pay for a system the very opposite ot...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

? »'EE;il.rClLSSBAIf Jr'r' *' 'SS- :- s5L f *^!/'* f'r'« 'S' ^i^«S| S£ ; SIS; J? ? '.?g' ?,- --'- CT^U »jl;p m lp'«i.hf..cr hours later.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tcesday. July 1. The SPEAKSU took the chair at twenty five-iuiiiutes p»st three. PETITION. Mr. HALY presented a petition from one Edward Cltitnnwn. of Sydney, proprietor of a run called PrincbesUr, in tho noitiiem districts, pointing out that the Government ii»d laid out a township on tike esid ran; that the township included several improve mente he had wade on lii£ rnn : and that he had hssn deiiarred from exercising the pre emptive right to which he ivas entities The prtitionerfTraycd that the matter Khoiitd be enquired into and justice done towards him. On the motion of Sir. HALYtbepeti tion was received. QIM1GBAKTS BY 'CEtT -?F BEIfi. BAJ5E.' In reply to a. question asked by Mr. HALY, without previous notice. The COLOXIAL SECRETARY stated tlitit the Government baa lujcn misled with reference to the destination of the City of Brisbane. In his DecemWr Utter, the Emigration Agent stilted tliat the City of BrUWni-. had sailed for Brisbane, anil would call at M...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

SUIL ABBAXOKIIEVTS vr TI'-- l'OST OFFICE. ' i-.sr w«s. j '??^* «fsr ir j vaus iiui-j ai *\mwice l!J™i''-«i*1Pm;TliarS4»yanas,B- Tue.fj.-.y.ua.j Mails ani;-7at their desti B--SDASE .. Daily. Sunhy cxccptcd. 10 a^-w.wMB*. Wahsfer, n a.m.; Satur. »^vr;-s.... IVeJa^H-lai.u; Saturday, ] 11 a.-a. X ASiS-so . . Friday, mi«a. Tha f--U;isr:a7 iraffs arc contingent f..r tiu» 2 «a the »rri .-als of the tftei:nftrs ; and for t!)B=e s-ich Jmnjavati ar- inadeasarj lao^t likely to me«t p-i\ilic cnarenieupu, v« - Mirj'b.iroagii, -51aist.»-.s. Mud RnelJiaiim tott, every s!t«m.tt-.* ?-iodav ar Mon ?lay, as aotifioj ia tins i -c:il pajwrs of **»?- pwvion* Pridav ?.ti,1 Sitardar. Kcir S-nit'i iraJ.^aml tb-.- oiiier AuJtta liaa c-ilitsi'js, as otJitjrtn-iity «-ff.'rs, ustiallv t«\'ico a wees- Kov^-» of clus in^ exhibited at Post OSice. Europe, mi some ijay varj-ia^ fro ;i tLe l«th tu the 13i'I of wary m;-:ith ; notice lieia; aln-ays givuu of tJic p^rtiei Jar day.

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TUESDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

Toesdav. -Tn.Y 1. The PRESmEVT took the chair at ten jnimiies p.ist 3 o'clock. SITRPESSrOW OF SESSIONAL OKOER Tlie ATTORMEY-^JKKERAL mov.Jtho siisnension of tiie Sessional Order of thn 30tb April, 1SG2. so .-t« to allow tiie ifotise to sit on Friday in each week, from ten o'clock until two o'clock, until further notice narriwl. SUSPKXSION OF STASPJXG OKDF3IS The ATTORXEy-GEXEUAr- movea that the Standing Orders Kos. SO, 51, St. S3, 56, and 5S he suspended until fujtlier notiec[ for Uie purpose of cnaMin^ ttt&Onincil to pass hills through their various stains Id on- flay.' * r' He brieSy explained that this motion was simply intended to facilitate the transac tion of business which, under other eirciim Etances. might lapso for want of a quorum ia another place. After a few remarks from Sir. Gallowav and Jlr. Fitz in opposition to the motion and 5f r. Yaldwyn, Dr. Fullcrton. Mr. Itmn-nl and the President in its favor, the inotioii tras carried by a majority of J2 to 5 COSSTTTUT...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

©|c JiortJ Australian. H'SWICU. TJIUSSDAY, jeLl'S. 1662. The last letter fix-ai the Oclonial Secretary's ofiee, on die subject of the Bridge across tiie Brcinvr, at Ijiswich, is conclusive that nothing wiJI he doue by tiie Usecutive to pmvide the means for tho erection of a bridtre, at either of the sites chosen by the Muiiici|iai Council. Indeed, the whole of the negotiations that have taken place, siaoe the vote of £3000 was pas^d \-y the first sesrfon of the Assembly, way now be eonaidereil as icrarinstc-d, without ! satisfactory or beneficial result. Doalits, ' also, have been espressod as to whoia^c; or aot^e vmat of £3000 has not been viewed as a lapjod vote, and iliat it is, therefore, not obtariuiljlc, unless uu«li;; Jlie reaeired sanction or Parliaiaent. ! The Efjwrt, of tlie Auilux-Ucneral, i seems t) sv.ptwrt this vieyr ; hit, ia ths I eorresfiondeuce betivcjn the Execativa j atid the 3funie:pal Ccancil, tiie funaer 1 htsva, on no cccasioa, intimated that ! such wis the c...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 30TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

QTFEENSL&HS PAailAMEHT. HoxnAY, seas Scxc The POESIDEVT took the chair at tnonty minutes past toroe o'clock. DDHGUAMTS Br THE CITY OP BRISBANE. Mr.AVESTERXWOODjuikcd the Attor ney-General, without notice, how it came to pass- that none of the immigrants by the City nrBrisbaneJiaabeen forwarded to Wide Bay, »nd vrhethcr there w»s any arranjre mont male for thaSr apportionment to the several districts of the. coinny. The ATTOBKEY-GESEB Atreplied fliat aoeording to ths advices reJeivedfrom the Emigration Agent at Home, the Govern ment had been led to believe that the vessel had been chartered tn Wide Bay; lint now it appeared that 140 of the immigrants had coins out to their friends in Brishana, under the remittance system. With regard to the second part of tiie question, he had merctv to state that under present circumstances free passages to Wide Bay bad been offered to any of oie immigrants who (night wish to avail themsclres of the same. MATRIHONIAf, CAUSES JDBISDIC TION BO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

NOTICE Orrn^onilSEUS rasmng the-r patwrs '?1 irregularly, cither through the i'ost O:he-? or fmm Biaaam, wilt o&Iisre by coii mnaiottic^ Hi nnco with tie PithKshsr. KOTICE. A GENTS for this Journal are informed A that t!u Accounts for their Districts »re forwarded. Jiy the preheat mail. Early attention is requested. Lists of new 6ulf ecribcrs skouU be ionw&ed immedjateji'. SOTICS. '~ TNTENDING Subscribers are reminded .1 that tUe present is the first isine of this Journal for the quarter. Persons catting at the office, or sending » written orfer, win have the paper delivered regularly at their address. Noetk Ar?reAixiK Office 1st July. ISC*. K07IC3. /COUNTRY SJnb^jrflxsrs nt AiveHisors V^ wlioio Acfounfs «!-j i'! or u--irai-Ij, ! ivil! nMi^o 5-y an oarly taraUtaass. j '?- 1st jiay, it.r.2. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

ISO IB published on Tcesdax, TmmsDAr, and Satdeditt mornings, and forwarded to Country Sub3sribers by the earliestraaife. TEEMS OF SDBfCBIPHOy, Per Quarter; in advance .,„ ? 9s. Per Qnsrta; credit ., ? Jos. ?; Single Kumber.,, ? 6d. TheQuartars terminate on the 31st March, ::/%a&scnoer8 -wffl- **e ' .charged ' from' tne j^jjfte '^gyyg^P'JB thsfcOThsjnrlivtitini, ' - ?-?:j^--^»'-' :- : '..... ; ?-.. ? .''?.?«. 4. : -Twlliies, prnufler * quarter. of an ?' ' ; ;. ?&*&&.;:.:. .,.';;.„.. ;.l. „?..- 1 » _- t J&wlioea, or -under fe«Jf*n inch.... S --' '-.«'- ?SutJmcs, or.onder tbree-qnarter* of. . : ^^^.^jlan.inCB. .-*..........'.,....,,.,.» ) 6 -.-? Bight line*, or under one inch ? g 0 Every additional eight lines, under - . anineh.. ...... ? I 0 TEB31B OF i»ISCOE5T. 6 CSonseoufiTO Insertions ? lOWIceut. 13- - „ ? IS . M „ ...... 25 „ The number of tussrttaus must be written oa the pace of «*ck Advertisement, or it wGi bo continued until countermand...

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

[?] DEl'AUT'JBH. July 31.— To!i-gr» ;..!?, stejnjer. 7C.1 to:i3, C :i! uu '.''Xjillv, f -r t»y«Uu:v. l*.is«oniurB — Mr. a-i(J lira. J. Sfu-jmv. Jfiss Lc7iry. Mrs. B. !{. Forrest, Mr*. Al VjOlh. Mi-saVd. J. O. Pcirtii--, sKirtwtur. V»'. Hilit.-.re, TV. It. V/.tlsIi. E. II!.».uiiciit. A. Scott. J. C. Ool lins,W. ?!. Ui;:nr=!s. 1,. Murt, W. Purij-. Mistor JlAauL'ijj. and 2-1 ia the stocragc. ' ' HXl'OZTS. Telegraph : 31 baljs trooCV bales ski:-s, S3 hi.-i«. 7 er.sus apparel, 2~, cr.sks tallow. G. H. 'Alison ; W bales wool. G. liriv and Co.; 20 tales ™in. V. llasscll and Co.; 22 biles wool. 1 package s-s-s,L «r. Hi.Tai.J Co.; 6 lalss skin*. 13 hides, 4 casks tallow. H. ST. Cockbura; 1» kite, Fatt-.iriui aad C«.;l ca-ks tsll.tr. J. Jl'OoivUd; IS ea-ks tallow. Laoig Hope ; 150 hi.U*. S ea^s tiUotr. Camp)*!! and Sons: 6 j- ie!;.-iirtv, 11. F'M-rcsi; 3 packages, CribU aul t\i.\tv. IS cz-iks, 1 c m«. 14 btneii js fruit, J. floors ? 2U ca«s fruit, 1{ Unlock.

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DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

Seoukmios op the Pott Siiortly after s x o'clock tho scrutineers com-inenced their labors, and at nine o'clock the result was announced as follows : ? Directors.— «fcorgc Board 3DJ. John Bram ston 2fiC, It. S. Warn- 247, G. Edmondstone 241, K._ Davidson 19T. \V. 3. Muncc 177 fThe alOTve were dectcd.7 J. Kiimsford 171. T. Ham 140. D. B. Somerset 119, R. Riiirnc 72. A. Martin 67. H. Hanlon 31 Anditnrs.—W. Brookes 2M. \V. t.'G Drew ISO. f Tljc above were elected.] H. Buck ley 158, If. Richards 38. In each of tlie following cases, the Ren tieni.-in named first oa the Hst was clitcted : ? Surveyor. — J. CowlisJiaw 172, B. Back house Ifi7. Secretary.— C. J. Trundle 1S2. A. J. Kalston 159. Th'^rcsalt liavinp been declared, Mr. G. Board projmso), and Mr. 3l;irtin seconded, a vote of thinks to the scrutineers, which was carried by acclamation, and responded to hy Srr.Betbridgc, Mr- tt. S. VTarry hurlnfr returned thanks on behalf of himself and the other Direc tnrs. tlic proceedinss terminate...

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QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

QUEENSLAND INSCRAXCE GOM PAS¥. - iJbrUgfi from tig Courier.) A OESEBUttEEnsGftf ihe shareholders of tbe Queensland Insurance Company who hail signed the Deed of Settlement was held in tbe City Council Chambers at one o'chek, Tuesday afternOD, for tbe purpose of electing Directors and other officers, as veil as for general busiuess. About sixty or seventy shareholders were present, amongst whoni.wn ooticei ^snstal nwidents of Ips wich. Tbe proceedings were ooadacted in aeteniy. biuuuess-uke manuor, and perfect unanimity of feeling was displayed through out. Tlie chair was taken by Mr. Bramston, who callftd upon the Honorary Secretary, Sir. Ham, to read the report of the Provi sional Committee, and the balance sheet df tint institution. . . ' Mr. J. M. Tl-omp*n than mo«od— 'That the reports* printed and circulated fay the rrovisional Committee .ana' Mr. George Board, be adoptca,«nd that Hie dmnfcs of this nxec'.iai lie prsscnteSto tiie cammittec f.»rth;ir interest in this institution....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

R.v=teb fob Jew, 1«2.— ttb, J. MnrpJiy anrt J. Flioiiujr. Ksqs.jStJi. ,T.l\intnn audit. M. Coeklinrn. I-^is.: 11th. H.~ Challinor ajul R. .1. Smith. Ks.tA : istJi. T. »c I., sroffatt and Tiiomas R,»;vlnnds, Es«s.; J8th, ? l-n:ry and ileors;,-. Tliorn. Ksqs.; 22nd. -'. L. P. Katt.irini and--. IT. Wilson, Esns - °-'ith F. A. Forbes aiid J. P. IMl. Esqs.; flflfli, B. CriMi and -5. Thorn. K-!'|s. August 1st, O. l'aircloth ami H. ChalUnor, Esqs.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

Wbtosesiuv, Jptv 2. Before the Police Magistrate and E. It Drury, Ksq. Sauiuel Trift itntt Robert Ford sliis lla uiiiton jAead.d guilty to a charge of drun kenness, and were fined 5s. each, with the alternative of 24 lionm in tun cells. Hubert Ford alias Haniiituu was charged with larceny, ° Constable Stevens deposed a» follows: ? I was on duty in Kurtli Ipswich this morning, and saw rif prisonur -tjiore iyinp in FJint etreet, witUM bundle of shirts under Itis bead; I *sksa him what he was doin?, and if tho shirts were his : he replied ' yes ;' and on my asking him where lie got them from,- he said he did not know; I then cxamluod the shirts, aud thev appeared (Jump, as if just taken from a line: prisoner afterwards stated that ho got the shirts in Warwick. Edward Robert Jlniry deposed as under: I nev«r saw the prisoner heforc ; I identify five of tiie shirts now produced as mv pro perty; I bad never parted with thorn to anyone, nor hai any.Kie any authority fr-mi me to do bo; I hid...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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