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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

w j&. as. w i c k^ (FltOM A CORBESrOXDEXT.) lllEKC is nothing but racing talked of; -the advent of jockics and the training of horses keep the town in a continual state of excite ment. The entrances for the races must stand over until iny nest. The Attomev Gciicral Mr. Pring, lias given a claret jng of the value of £20 to be run Tor, but the *?'',' °La-e '''»''? have not v«t traus pircd. The weather has been la*i-lv .--«? uusetUed. and the course conscqucntlv ci ^T?',.BSr- '*?'?. Beneh*n- of *'« Roman Catholic Church, has been on avisit to War wick, and it appears more than pruhablc tliat a clergyman of that Church will lie located here; this is a want which is much required *o be supplied. A newspaper is much wanted, and it is believed that one xrill be shortly started The Chinamen per LordLyndburst passed through here the other 4av for the cold fields in S. S. Wales. They can Jw well spared from this culonv. Droves of cattle and' sheep hound for the far Xorth have passed t...

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THE PROROGATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

THE VnoiiOGATIOK. Owing to the announcement made in both Houses of the Legislature on Tucsdav Oiat Parliament would he prorogmrd by ill's Excellency the Covcruor at three o'clock yesterday afternoon, a considerable number rccal eorteat. Tl iruara ot honour from thsj detachment of H.M. 12th Regiment, was drawn up in front of the Parliamentary Chambers, and a few policemen were also in attendance. The legislative Council met at three o'clock, and as they had some business to transact, in tbe wny'of rescind ing a motion which they had passed on the previous day, the ceremony did not com mence at die hour prevjoiislv announced. His ExcsUency arrived from' Government House in an open carriage, accompanied by his aide-de-camp, Lieut. Seymour, and at tended by an escort of the Bnshanc Mounted Rifles, under tfie command of Captain Brain stone, and. jis his Excellence- alighted, the guard of honor presented arms. The Legislative Council Chamber was crowded by a large number of ladies and gen...

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THE DISTRESS IN MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

TIIE DISXiiiSSS LX MANCHES TER. It is a very sad fact tliat the distress in this city, caused by want. of work, is steadily oa tuts intrJise. The iuelo tuxul weather of tua wintor im-iug passed, the hapefu] auticspatioas t-F the tapiing time have blinded mauv t'j the cuusideratiuu tint w-iui of bread is as liarJ to bear ia April as iu DecEaiuer. It is a fact., establishes! by the returns ?urenared under the careful superiu tcudcacc of Captain Pai;u, the chief constable, that, from the 7tli of Jjuu ary to the Sth of this present mouth, there has beca aa increase uf uesrly 2000 ia the nuxiW of j:i.-.reons wholly out of employment. The Slumbers were, duriug the week culiug Janu ary 7, C17S ; duriE-r the week oudiu-jr April 8, S059. T!io latter uam'uev lias been attained by a weekly increase, on an average of the lo weckt, of I'M individuals. But the number, SiJTj'.I, was exceeded . by the number in the previous week, namely, tho Ltet veck in Miirch, when the number of opera tives depen...

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

TirAXTED. a SEKVAXT. Applv to I ^ Mrs. UBOCGHTOy. Ipswich. ' i TirAXTKD. A GOOD ' GEXEKAL 11 SERVANT. Apply to MRS. HEXDHEN, East-street. JiilyiOtlt, ISGi. TnrrAJTTED. TWO DRAYS, to load for I \ Karelia. Applv to PANTOX & CO. 9th July. UW2. ?''''' ? r.r ??-?,:., ',.-'*B!|30)frSli!6&XMiE&P'*'.~. -. . .'. WANTED, a Good JOBBHCG HASD. To a steady man. constant employ ment will lie given. Apply office of this Parer. ? ?\Y'AXTF.I-. a YOITH, from H to 16 I 1 years of age.' with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper. WAXTF.n. to rent, a COTTAGE. c«n taiuing four or six rooms. Xo objec tion to town or --o;intry. If with a small garden and wcll-waterjd preferred. Bent must 1« nKxlerate. Apply to Mr. A. GAS KAHTH, A.S.S. Coropan};'s Wharf, Ipswich. ANTED, TENT)EB8 for the erection of a twenty-stalled stable and coach house. Plan and specification can Le seen «n applicatinn to Mr. MICHAEL FORD, Tattersall's Hotel....

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A FIELD FOR "CONSTRABANDS" IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

A FIELD FOR 'COKTKABAVDS' IN SOUTHERN AUSTEAUA. Toe following strange scheme for finding a. home *«-«? Hie hIkvcb TOicratcu from the ttoutbsm tStutom rfjUncriea !,«« been for warded to us Jbv a correspondent. It is ex tracted from the San Francisco Ec-ninij /MMin.nni places the colonization ofXortii Australia i» a n»w light. However desirable it may be for us to take the place of the Southern States as a cotton csnortino- ™.,n_ try, wo scarcely think the gift of their eman cipated slaves would he an addition to our population to he thankful for: ? £f-nwE BCT.Hro.-.— The writer in vonr issue of the 24th February of the 'A Plan to abolish Slavery, constitutiynallv,' is in formed that his views upoa the liberation of thesl.-ivcs of the S-Hithern.}?t.-:fesjnavbe consi derably ai.lwi by tha information— which I guarantee is reliable— that the government of the northern portion »f Hie Australasian continent, known as Queensland. wiH «pV,» employment to about 500,0'kl np-rroes. at £21 (105...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

VICTORIA. , The Age of 3rd instant, says :— The dis closures made with regard to the treatment lunatics receive in this country, at the hands of those who should care fir them, when they be.-*mc incajuMc «f proper! v caring for themselves, are becoming daily more alarming. At an inquest partlvhcld~vcstci day. st the Western -iool. on tlie bojv of a lunatic named l^ew^ Henry Sk-hoJt7, who j died there on the 1st instant, some extrcmelv '? painful revelations were brought to light. A second inquest was also commenced - ycst«nlay nftcmonn, at the Ahion Hotel, Prahran, an the body of a person named John Turner, a wheelwright, xrho died at ''? his own residence, opposite the hotel, on ' tlie -*!0tli June lasf, after cxpcriciiciiic medi- ; cal treatment as a lunatic at the Western J Gaol, from the 2filh Mnv to Uie ISUi June, '? and in the Varra Head' Asvlum from tliat | date t€. the SCtli of the same month, when his release was enforced by a magistrate's order, and iic was eonveved to his...

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

BHffiBANE. (From tkt Courirr.) The Esolish IIau- — According to the an-L soiiooement of tho Postmaster-General, which appears in another cofemn. the Enjr lish mat) per Boinbav will finally close at the General Post-OHice early on Tuesday momiag next, and l»e despatched bv tbe Telegraph. It has been ascertained.*l)ow ever. that die Prince uf Wales will leave Sydney witi the Qsecnsland portion of the newly-nrrived mail on Monday next, and she will probably arrive here on Wednesday or Thursdav, Tha intention of the Company was that she fhould sail again to Sydney ? on Monday, ibe 21 6 1 instant, but as it is now extremely desirable tliat our mercan tiie iionacs, and many business firms in the city, should Iiave tlie opportunity of reply, ing to tlicir advices per return, n Dumber of RfMitlemen waited as a deputation npon the Postmaster-General yestenky aiWniion. «n4.*t the -e^ueet, Sir. Prior *t onc« tele 'graphed to die manager of the Company in Sydney, asking that the Prince of Wales...

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SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDER No. 59. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

SUSPENSION OF STANDING OBDEB Ko. S3. Mr. HAEUIS moved, without prcvioos notice, by virtneof the 136th Standing Order, there being an absolute majority of die whole of the members constituting the Council present, that the Standing Order No. 39, in reference to unopposed motions, be now sus pended — his object being, as hestated before, to correct a vote which be had given in error. Xeariy every one kuew that he had always been a warm supporter of the tramway enter prise, and therefore he fihcnild be sorry that anv vote of bis shunld be taken by the public in an adverse light. The motion nw earned. TRAMWAY COHPAKT. TXr. HAitKIS then moved, without pre vious notice, under the suspension of the 39th Standing Order. That this Unnse do now rescind the vote am ved at -m Tuesday, the 8th instaut. with regard to the resolu tions of the Legislative Assembly, in reference to the Moreton Bay Tramway Corapanv. Mr. WESTEMJ WOOD opposed the mo tion, on the very same grounds that had been nrged by...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

QUEENSLAND PARIIAHEESTT. I (From the Courier.) } LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. j Veusesuvv. 3wt 3. | Tlie PRESIDENT took the chair at 25 - minutes past S o'clock, and opened the pro ceedings with prayer. THE TRAMWAY COMPANY. Mr. HABBIS moving that the 39th stand ing order h.; suspended, for the purposV of enabling him tn correct an error which oc curred in the record of his v.ite on the pre- i vioiis day relative tn the tramway resoln- i tioas. It appuared that in division ins vote i xvas inadvertently givuu against instead of ] far the resolutions. Mr. VESTEBN WOOD pointed out that no standing onler could be suspended nnlcss there was present an absolute, majority of lion, numbers — such as contemplated by~*ho ?landing orders themselves ; and speiiigthat siicb was not the ense, lie imagined the mo tiou could not he entertained. The PRESIDENT ruled accgrdinj^Bna , Mr. FITZ moved the following amended resolutions: — '(1.) That from the very few days (but twenty two in all) this House has met ...

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LATEST COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE, Saturday, July 5, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

LATEST COLOKTAI, rNTKO-jIGEKCE. (From thcS. M. Herald.) NEWCASTLE. Sattndav, Julv ff. 1 P.m. In thecs'iA. A.Oompuiy t. four miners, ! ex Annie \\'.Ison. for breach* of contract, tlie \ cim was dismissed, the Court having no i jurisdiction. (

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

' STOXEF. Wcjnesdav. 6 p.m. {From (hr Courier.) Dnnstan. late clerk in tije- Electric T«3e prapli Department, was hrouglit «n tn Any sit the Polic* Oflurt, on a -rharr« nf embez zlement, and remanded until FrWav. Colonel Hamilton has gone to Brisbane per Telegraph, for the purpose of selecting k new site for military barracks. Major-Oencra! Pratt sailed yesterday for Itclbonrae. Mr. Torreas. the Rcpi«trar^5cncral of South Atstntli*. is cxj»ctsd to arrive liure B'.iortly, for the purpose --f giving evidracc before' the social committee on die snhject of the transfer of rent property. A motion lia« been carried en the Assem bly to enquire intft thcooudact of tbe magis tracy.

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MELBOURNE. Monday, June 30. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

SIEMKHJEXE. Monday, June 30. H p.m. Extensive arrangements are lhiinjr m.tde for tlie Volunteer review, to take place to inorroH', it Iteing a general holiday ta com memorate tbe separation of Victoria from Ke-v South Wales. Thursdav. J«lv 3, S rt.m. Tlie «*»rt» tar* brongiit down SI.SSI tinntaesxugfild. Markets are quiet. Weather cloar and fi-oety. Frid.iv. Jn] v S p.m. A meeting oT mercbants wu held to-dav to jningurate a new company for the postal service. The Govermaeat approve of the scheme, bnt decline to guaraotce their in terest. There is a vary general feeling in favour of the establishment of the line. taiga parcels of gcM arc shipped ia tlie snips Kent and Lord Raglan. Friday. July 4. Gnid has been struck on thp Victorian lead, in claims 2S and 29. Three penny, wetehts seven grains was produced from » small dishful of dirt. In the Caledonian, north, heavy gold has been found. The -vexed question between the Victorian and Caledonian leads is settled; ft beinf; decided that...

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LAMBING FLAT. Monday, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

I.AJIBISG FLAT. ! Mondav. -Time 30. The escort leaves tins day with over 1300 onnces. Only one of tbe banks sent their gnW. The officials decline giving tlic retorn of gold until twenty four hours after the de parture »f tbe escort lias clapseJ. Weather fine and dry.

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

XJO37E:S -ftJJT- ?3SnBV8T& The Irswicn Gkuimib SrtiooL.— Unless parties intending to contract for tin: prcction «!' tlic Cramtnar schud I.uilciings. -^nd in tiieir tcndcra by 12 o'clock rfjis d.nv, to the office of HesBrf. CriM) .-;nd Toote. thev iviJI be nhiit ont from competition. *f'^~rhe ,sct^;mJ sIt-i»P for tllc vear of the To.»™na-a Circuit C...U*. KiiIcot^ msnee on Monday next, the nth in«i Tur. Irswi--H Cotton- O-imi-ant — 4 ™ Mucvfcavlnsroewrred in tl,c IMrcetarv o'f tins company, bv the doi.isrt ,-r tlicYite Walter Gray, Esq, a central mectm» of i]ie nnrori.-tnry wili bo field on TrcMav next Ae JSrhinst^ for tlie «fcrtic.n ,,f a flircrtor naxt. Theproat..tilir--rtftl,eW.-tfcrn.^n-V ^ is ooir «VPrcoiat«l. an.l fl,c time l,as -^'.5 rrhrn supplying the inlialiitantft »,f IrisT' 2 with water thronrf, the m..,K,:m of^C carts should be l.rousht to an n,a T?.o rrenrve will be of Errffit vMuo i-pooi-dlv in S!irm^?h^ ^?'^?J''t '*?«?**« «-ate.- rennins throujrl. ^i,.?^^ ,.ip...

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ADELAIDE. Saturday evening, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

JLUELAIDB. Satnrdsn-eveulnff, June 28. The rejKirt of tbe Marine Board «nd the magistrates apjiciinT--1 to cuiquirc into tlie Sli.ili Jihan. bas condemned Captain Alien. He has since keen arrowed. Thursday, July 3,6 ji.fci. It is rnmour.id f.iat Cn]Vtain 'Hu-rli«s Ins disco- c -ei\ fresh ininent) Sand on York 'a Peninsular of a very cj*eusiv-! and valualdo charaitir. Heavy rains have fallen durinpr the day. Monday. July 7. 8 j-.m. Flour ciintinues finn at £13 «s. to £1^ ]0s. Wheat, -5s. 3d.; 5». 2d. was Jvf:;scd for a lar^e parcel. Akhivf-d. — Tbc Omagli, fmnf Liverpool.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 July 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 10. Before the Police Magistrate and E. R. Drury. Esq. David Callaghan and Patrick Hill, con- victed of drunkenness. were fined 4s. with the alternative of forty-eight hours in the cells. John- artjoNAtD v. m-Kn ?srnx.is. A snmmons casa for tbc illegal detention of property. John 3f-BonaTd deposed as tinder:— On Tncsdny mornin.sr last I missed a saddle out of my stable, and afterwards heard that de fendant iiad it ; I aslied him for it, and hn K»iil lie would jrivc mc £i for if. and said tlint it was bis : its valce is 30s.; I produce my receipt fnr it. William John Taylor, for tire defence, dc poncd as follows :— Tlie plaintiff wanted to bny a saddle from me, but as he did not jray me. the money I afterwards sold it to dc fendant. Case dismisses. THOMAH tNCHAM V. rHAI3.E!= DAVIS. A siTminons case for the illegal detention of n horse. Tlmm.is In^liam deposed as under: — Isair defundant on Monday morning last ; he bad my horse tn his possession ; ...

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A VOICE FROM PENASYLVANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

A VOICE FltOSf PESXSVLVANIA. The following extracts are from a letter dnted l'iiil.ulalpliia. March. 1W.1-, addressed by the writer to a friend in I,undon : — 'With no letter from you since I last wrote. I have to thank you for some inter esting English newspapers. In the absence of anything like dignified sensible discussion bv thu Press of this conntrv. it is refW-«iriu(r to read views at least independent and ex pressed from a sensible »tand]-oint. and this, ton, whether, they chime with one's no tions or not. Besides, the intense interest, not to say anxiety, with which we here re gard the' course of England and France in relation to the terrible conflict between the ^orth and the s**'ifli tnAu ..«- *....«...- «.. I nnw mnr wrarfee oTTmormauon open to us. | 'The year has begun with altern itinn of victory and defeat of the Federal forces, and while I deplore it I cannot express mv sur prise, as it would seem but natural* that, with warlike preparation made with a total disregard...

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FIRST REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR APPOINTED TO VISIT THE REFORMATORY SCHOOLS OF IRELAND. Certified under the 21st and 22nd Victoria. cap.[?] TO THE RIGHT HON. SIR ROBERT [?] BART. [?] CHIEF SE[?] FOR IRELAND. The Castle, Dublin. November 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

FIRST REPORT OF THE INSPEC1X-H APPOINTED TO VISIT THE EE FORMATOBT SCHOOLS OF IEE LAKD. Certified under the 21st and SSai Victoria, cap. MS. to tiie nn;irr nox. sic bobejit iwel, babt., M.l\, CHIEF fCriEIUtV FOB IUELAXD. The Castle, Dublin, November 30. 18CI. Sin, — I have tlift honor to submit my first annual rejmrt of the Reformatory Schools in Ireland, which have been ccrti6ed under tlKt 21$* and 22nd Victoria, cap. 103. Wicn t state that only nine such schools lure as yet been established, it is evident that this I report must lie excessively brief. On tbe J 21st December. lS5f, a Bcfomwtory School forRnman Catholic girls, situate at Rich ! Park. J 'mtnconilni, near Dublin, was ccrii- . fieri, ft oiiw contains :tS inmates. Saint | Joseph's Btfformatory School, Limerick, for j Roman Catholic -;irU, was tile next school | certified, on the 2oth January. 18-53, and now contains 2S imiiatis. Then followed on the 1 2th April, 1W3, the Protestant Reformatnrr Scbool fur girls, situated...

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FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

FASHIONS. (Fhim the Saturday Reviac.) The Fashion of this world, we are told, passeth away. Tiaies change, empires fall, dresses are altered. The first beginning of all rcficctive philosophy is to dwell on the mutability and the Trorthlessness of earthly things. In our day, thercSectionhasbccomsuac&ncycJ- Wc have played and snorted with the thought that England may some day be a waste and London in ruins, till chance no longer seems something solemn and imposing. It is only in a general way that wo accept as a truth that the things that are will not be. Partly this is because if we take ths mutability of things in its widest sense, it seems not to concern us much. If the universe is perishable, that is only interesting as a philosophic truth or a philosophic jtuok.. We could scarcely, in our most hopeful m:md, expect to survive the y-»nerai frame of things. But there is also au.iiiier reason why w» do uct tool as * much impressed with change a? might be looked tor. Ws cannot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 15 July 1862

WANTED, to purchase f.,r CASH, u strong active COO. hrnken to saddle APP]J'. B. H. S.. Clarendon Hotel, befoi-u nine a.iu, Tuesday, 15. to eoEPosrroBs. TirAXTEO. a Oood JOHBINYJ HAXD. \l To a steady man, constant emplsv ment will bs given. Applv office of tbis Pit't-i-. ? ' ? TirAM'ED. a YOVTH. from 14 to 16 ' years of age, with a good plain edu cation. »s an Apprentice to the Vrintiiig business. Apply office of this paper. WASTED, tc rent a COTTAGE, coi tainingfourorsixrouuis. So objec tion tn town «r ---»nntry. If with a small pirdsn and v.x-11-watercd preferred. Kent must lw inn.icrstc. Apply to Mr. A. (JAS ICAKT1I. Aj;.X.-.Vnnpany's Wharf, Ipswich. \TTAXTKD, TKXDEKS for the .recrion TT of a twenty-stalled stable aud coach house. J'J.-ui and specific3tii.ii can Le si'en on application to Mr. MICHAEL F-JRD, Tiittcrsall's Hotel, Kast-strcet. TWO FOUNDS REWARD IOST, from Ipswich, and supposed f-i be J running in the neighbourhood of Bun d.-tulia Craei, a Ion- set lUOX GUEV MAUlv. br...

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