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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

COMMBHCIAIj. ntoomTs JBbosxtcd. — By Jfr. TT. V. Ttx* «aj., 6 bales sheepskins, AS; IB hides, AS; 2 casks tallow; 6 linmlles sheepskins, JIB.l bundle wo.,1, MB; 2 casks tallow. BrMr. R. Forrest. 22 bains wool. TT over T ; 47 hides ; 10 bales sheen- skins. ! ? Messrs. Fattohtsi &c Co. report having sold about 40 bead of piebald' and cream coloured ponies including some colts and fillies, at an average ofeightponnds{£*) per , head. Also, an allotment of land at the comer of Bid^a-laie and Brisbane-street, containing two rood* thirtv-nine porches to Mr. W. Divine for f 1*9. Mr. OocKBi-ns reports the sale of 1000 head of mixed cattle, at --Sis. fid. per head.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

PROSPECTUS OF THE Queensland Ihqucance Company and £covidfi&t Institute. -~~— ? aiECT.A-Uxiaa.ooa. ? '. . 'X 10,009 Shares, at Ten Pounds each ; _ One Pound on each Share to be paid up, viz.. Ten Shillings payable on Allotment of hares. Five Shillings in .Six Months, and Five Shillings in Twelve Months. CioirASv's Head OrncE, Bbisbake. ria-VtSIi-XAI. COMMITTEE. THOS. ItLAOKET STEPIIEXS, Slavor AU:XAM-KU UAFF AVILLIAM BROOKES THOMAS HAM RICIIABD SYMF.S WAKEY .TOHX KIXi;$FOUD RICIIAUD UOAUU HEXBY UAVDOK W1LIJAM FAIBFAX JOHX STEl'HEXS JAMES F. UAUK1CK WILUAM HEMMAVT HEXltY BUCK.LEY (Audifcir^eaeral) itOKKUT DAVIDSOX JOHN' MAJIKWELL W1UJAM J. COSTIS AKT1IUU MAltTIX HENItV RICUAROS CEOnUE 1'EHBY (JEOlitiE EDMOXDSTOXE UEOUUE UEINHABD FHAKCKSEX. AUUirOBS. SKCEETAnv. (To be appointed.) EAXKEES. CX1OX BAXK OF AUSTRALIA AND AUSTJIALLVX JOIKT STOCK BAXK. t-TAXIHNO 1XHIN6BL. THE ATTOBXEY-«EXEBAL. SOLH^TOK, DANIEL FOLEY BOBEKTS. IPSWICH BBAXCH. OtBECTOm. SEcrxrAov. (To be appointed.) BOC...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

QUEENSLAND PARLIAHENT. (From the Cuurier.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday. May C. TltE Sl'EAKEIi took die chair and read die prayers at 25 minutes past three. There n--t being a quorum present at half-past three, the Speaker adjourned die House until three o'cLtck next day (Wednesday). The foUowing is a list of the names of die members who were present: — The Colonial Secretary, die Colonial Treasurer, die Secre tary for lands and Works, and Messrs. tcrrett, Bichanls. B. Cribb. Hair, Blakcnev, Edmondstone, Warrv, Bait, Fleuiing, Moftitt, Forbes, and Taylor*

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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BRISBANE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

BRJDSBA-3STE. (PEOJI OCB OWjf COBBESrOSHEST.) Thnrsday. Oc:t Senators do not intend to kill them selves widt over work at the commence ment of the session. Yesterday there was Boyds has gone away to Sydney, two legal gentlemen arc at die assizes in your town, and some of die members residing in Ips wich had not come down. Consequently, Raffs resolutions declaring the government guilty of something like breach of faith in issuing die recent notice that, after a certain date land orders will not lie taken in pay ment of town and suburban lands, did not come on. and as a further conseqnencc dicrc is for to-day a very heavy business paper. Amongst die Government business, is die second reading of the Pastoral Occupation Bill, the opening of Committee of Supply, and the consideration in Committee of die - wilfully fail' bilL or rather die Bill to enable Messrs. Fleming and Sandeman to keep dieir seats. The Provisional Committee of die Queens land Insurance Company met yesterdav. In the a...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

T-*-y' *i'*-!i-f TO *'*»-* »-' X3pX33O3E&. 6b,— Tercdving not long ago a strongly nwithcPMttery'icprohating' tiie members oX the Choral Soiaetyvfor not giving a concert in aid --f the Hospital, and in this morning's Jitout a paracTanb YBfluirinjr the same tx- Tbc done for dieKationalSchoot it struck me dial die School of Arts has much stronger chums, ana X was astonished to find the editor of 4he Kna exhibiting hiB dictatorial nonsense in a manner so much at variance widi tire interests of die last named institu tion, knowing as he does die existence of an unliquidated -debt on the ball. Kow, what tshonU propoee would, be, that Hut the Choral Society should give three concerts. that is, one for each institution, and t-y this means allay any further jealousv. This, I think thsy can easily do. and if time al lowed a fourth one in aid of die Church Building Fund, in return for the use of the School House as a practice room. Before closing I would propose dint a list Jay at your...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. A BILL. TO MAKE FURTHER [?] FOR THE PASTORAL OCCUPATION OF UNOCCUPIED CROWN [?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. A BILL. To haee fckthbk . Pfiorrsiox fob the 1'asturai. Occcpahos of Uxocccfied Coowx Laniis. Wheekas it is expedient to make further and better provision for the pastoral occupation of Crown Lands not previously occupied, tc it therefore enacted bv die Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and with die advice and consent of die Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of Queensland in Par liament assembled and by die audioritv of die same as foUows : — Interpretation aTClau.'v £ of Tauten JUA. 1. In order to determine die period within which lands applied for bv tender must be stocked in accordance with die fifth Section of die - Tenders for Crown Lands Act I860' die words 'date of his lease' in the said 5th Section shall be held to signify die date of die commencement of die term of snub lease or die date on which information of die acceptance of any tender was forwarded from die office of die Chief Commissioner of Crown Lands. Coounlieionen to Meire OfmpatiOQ...

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IPSWICH ASSIZES. Tuesday. May 6. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwvche. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

1VSWICH ASSIZTST Tkesuav. Mav «. Before his Honor Mr..lustuM Lutwvche. John Clements. Donald Cameron, and Samuel C'rabb. were each fined 1'.; for uun att-:ndance as jurors. MCBnCR. Henry Becboe pli^idtnl not gtiiltv to an indictment charging him with liavin'. at Dnnmdiir. on the loth dav of Fehniarr. I?«i wilfully murdered Jane Becliee, his Mr. Joucs, instructed by Mr. Collins, ap pt-ar-il for the prisoner. The Attnriicy-Gcneral, in opening the raw, before recapitulating the evidence to tin* jury, remarked HiM he would Imve some Jl^inilt^.&D'2^nvukfir fcho~4BaiM5^~E™&iShttltt I0MP -^^s***^*\*BB**ejllJmaai vrti-r trjw culled in. wmch onnatjfct l%e^-^»uld onlv cliaracterisc as being diKgraceful. pr. Cmmninz haviug. on his arrival at die st-ttion. on finding her deail. left the body forthirtv-six hours «»th out even seeing tiie Imly, at which time the liody was in an adv»,,,..,;i .fcite of dcLwnjm sition. However, from tiu evidence of.ither witnesses, lie liad no noubt ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

IPSWICH MUXICH'AL OOUXCIL. Tue weekly meeting of the Ipswich Munici pal Council was held yesterday aftcniuon— . Present, tlic Mayor, At jurnieu Clunc, Oribb. Tliorn. O'Malley and Watkins. The ininutes of die previous meeting were read and confirmed. Thv. Town Clerk also read die overseer's weekly report. I.ETTKU.' The Mayor read a letter from the contrac tors of the metalling of Brisbane-street in which tlie writers, urged, as they were pre vented from going on with their cou tract f,,r tlie metalling of Brisbane-street on account or other corporation works interfering with it the payment to them of the back inoncv Tliey also stated that «icy bad tiie whole Vf the mctat prepared for the completion of the contract, which tlu-.y were willing to disiK.se of to die corporation at a lair valuation, or employ it in continuing the work when die, other improvements were completed. Mr. Loughin wished to make a state ment. He was interrupted bv tlie Mayor who requested him to cinbodv his rema...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7TH. Before his Honor Hr. Justice Lutwyche. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

Wedsesday, STiY 7JH. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwvche. oiioniy aner tiie opening of die court bis Houor sent for die jury, who had been locked up on the previous night. Tliev were brought into court and diey having informed ias Honor that they had not agreed upon dicir verdict, and diat diere was no probability of (heir doing so, the Judge in quired or the Attorney-General whether he agreed to their discharge. Tlie Attorncy-lieneral —mw~*»~x !?:„ ~- intention ofputtii gtlie pribttner on his trial m. caoond time at tue next Assizes. His Honor expressed liis approval of that course, observing tliat the prisoner would Itai-c * better dunce dien of a fair trial, when the excitement attendant upon die present one had passed sway. Mr. Jones said diat as die evidence in its strongest aspect shewed only- the committal of man slaughter, he trusted his Honor would admit die prisoner to baiL The Attorney-General expressed his in. tention of again putting die prisoner on his trial for murd...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

USTOXES A3STO 2STEWS Owing to an unexpected pressure on »nr columns we are compelled to omit a quan tity of interesting matter already in type. VlKTII ACcTHAIJAK JOCKET CLCB.— At the meeting held on Tuesday last, the new rules revised were passed, and tee Hon. F. F. Uigsre elected President, and the Hon. W, H- Yaldwyn, Vieol'^esident of the above Club. Mb. Haix's Estebtaismevt. — The enter tainment given by Mr. Hall, on Tucsdav eveninff, was. considering the weather. we!l attended, and apparently afforded con siderable amusement to' the spectators. The first part of the performance com menced with a scries of coujnring tricks 'nrhicli were executed with «s mucib kUII] tions of ventriloquism, in whitJiMr. Hall is b. considerable adept. Th« second part consited of negro melodies, which irere well executed and with considerable taste concluded with the Blue-tail fl v. which was capitally done. Altogether the evening's entertainment was one of the best we have boen present at in Queensl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

Birth. At Warwick, on the 6th instant, Mrs. Alexis F. Matveieff of a daughter.

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OPINION OF SIB G. BOWEN ON MANHOOD SUFFRAGE AND VOTE BY BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

OPINION OF SIE G. BOWEN OH MAN HOOD SUFFBAGE AKD TOTE BY BALLOT. from a. Blue Book which has just found its i way to the colony, exhibits its able writer, as a statesman, in a new ami very pleasing light. It is much to be regretted that sentiments eo accordant with those roitartnineil liv 9. larm nmnnriian of die in habitants of the colony should have been so long allowed to rest in secret, while he could so ably urge them, was suspected of foster ing measures violently antagonistic to the principle he had avowed. If the publication of the despatch produce no other good, it .will enable the public 'henceforth to place the saddle on the righthorsc, when arbitary and niibcralmeaEucus arc brought down to Parliament. Copy of a despatch from Governor Sir G. F. Bowen to his Grace the Duke of New castle. Government House, Brisbane, Queensland, Feb. 6, 1860. Mr liOBD Duke, 1. In a recent despatch respecting the Electoral Franchise in Queensland, I stated that it might, perhaps, be expected ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier.) ,. .MflBI-mffiB ifftW™?, past thise. finding diat at half-past three, there was not a quorum present, he ad journed the HouseuntU tbis-day (Thursday), at three o'clock. The following members were present : — The Colonial Secretary, the Colonial Treas urer, die Secretary for Lands and Works, and Messrs. Richards, B. Cribb. Haly, BUkency, Edmondstone. Warry. Baff, Flemine. Moffatt. Forbes, and Taylor. TnuBjiDiT. Mat S. The Speakee took die ehnr at 25 minutes pasts. Having read prayers, and discovered that there was not a quorum present, he ad journed the House until this (Friday) morn ing, at ten o'clock. The following ^members were present: — The Colonial Secretary, die Colonial Treas urer, and Messrs. ffoff^ mchards, BEoftatt, Edmondstone, B. Cribb, Haly, Fleming, Ferrett, Blakcney, and Taylor. ?

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

SEW SOUTH WALES. Bt the Telegraph we have news from S/dnjy to the olh inst. We extract die fol lowing items from tuc journals to hand: — Mr. Cowper left Wivcnhoe on Monday last for his tour to Albnry and the Western gold-fields, and thence to Mndgee. Mr. Sheppard, who was appointed to in quire into the charges made against Mr. James Buchanan, the gold commissioner in charge of the Northern District, has sent in his report to the government. We are in formed that Mr. Buchanan has been called upon to show cause why he should not be dismissed die public service. We stated some weeks since that the go vernment had it in contemplation to lease the railway* to private companies or indi viduals. We arc happy to be able to state that, at a meeting of the 'Executive Council, it was determined that this step should be taken forthwith. In accordance with the resolution come to, tenders will be adver tised for almost immediate! v. Th: annual ball, at Government House, to celebrate the anniversa...

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

'I't-i 1-'. ~BTT.*R'Cn1 ij'J-'r. (From the Uurpett Armt.) Thk Burnett Argot has at length assumed a more respectable form, and is now printed as a full-sized paper. The day of publica tion has also been changed from Monday to Thursday. Mr. Italy. .M.L.JU, nruo was treated witn some indignity by non-electors, at a meeting held by him to address his constituents at Gayndah, has since received an address numerously and respectably signed, depre cating the proceedings at the meeting, and expressing confidence iu Mr. Haly'e repre sentation. In reply to tlu address, Mr. ioly, after thanking the subscribers, says, ** I k ill now resume my duties in the house with renewed energy.'* The crickct-raatch on Easter Monday between the married and single members of the Gayndah Club terminated in favour of the bachelors. Tlic score was as follows : — Single, both innings, 1G5; married, both innings, 113; the single men winning by 52 runs. A great many complaints hare come be fore our notice lately,...

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

typying' ** tvtt=! CrSOM OCB OtTS COOHESrOXDENT.) Friday. Fob the last week there has been a succes sion of holidays for members of parliament. Public business is at almost a dead-lock, for there has been ?' no house.*' The event is of such rare occurrence in die political his tory of Queensland, that it is almost entitled to rank as v phenomenon. Much indigna i« _ ^ __«_ ? 1 ? ? j» ? % ? ^a. ? _i .*. BOD oa* KCCH u»Dic»«isn:uy vu lue |iaix en a patriotic and public spirited Press, and of course those lion, members who were at their posts burn with indignation at tiie backslidings uf the absent senators. The country members are of course especially indignant at being compelled to stay iii. town doing nothing. The Ipswich Assizes which have monopolised two members of the Legislature, no doubt have had something to do with die ' no house.' Then tliat patriotic member for Bockhampton Mr. Sandeman, is still in Sydney, and appar ently likely to remain there. The chosen of Eastern Downs h...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

MAIL ABRAX«iEMT-'XTS AT THE rosv office. ''«'~| 'SJS?' '^S?' EtEBure lin»'!-v- tuoilny «*- i^uly. Sunday rx i] ccpiiVi.-j i.in. ci-^ud. 7 p.m. [ Tyo^oomiA V Ti:i*^:!-^l-'tl»-n n.mt«'.ay and £un f! Fritey. S p.m. .» ay. S jun. Deitton I Tc. «I»y. ll.rx' sun 1 riinnslay and Sun t - i r.ilay. Kpia. j dar. fa pjn. WAmnci X \Xl^i'1:'y\l±:'i r-ni.1T!i3»JsT andfinn f! TbiiTHlar. « r-m- -t3y.Sp.in. XAN\-trt- ? tTu-^iy. b yjn. Snwity. Spin. The for.- jnin^ Hails arrive at their dcs.ri- i n.:t:..-a :-.s fallows :— Busba^i: .. Daily. Sunday csccpted, 10 a.m. TtHiwuosurji Afc 1-vsilav II 1 m - Satur day. ,7 p.m. DCATroy ? AVcJncsdiv, nouu ; Saturds v, - p.inr Vaewick .. Tucsr.ay. 4 n.m.; Saturdav lli.Ui. * Xasjxiw .. FrM-iv, nwo.

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FRIDAY, 9TH MAY. [?] the rouce mag[?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

[?] asorore «&e roncc^usunnic. Qumn v. bdmnnd uwcus. — cattle steal ing Prevention Act. No appearance of prosecutor. ? '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

-^li-o r.AV»-»*.n— -Mnlls ire continent for time on t!i« arrivals of the steamers ; and fur t2iose such ari-K:i-j»;meiits are made as are m-'t likely to iiieotjir.biicct.nveniencrt.viz.: Marj-borou^li. -:ia.lstone. suid Bo'khamp- lua, every alttruate suuday or Jlon cT-iy. as nitritietl in tlie Iik.t.1 papers of tbr prt-vifvis Fiilay end Sitiinlay. Sew Sout-'j Wai« and 'the otln-r Anitra-. lian cjiloni-ls. as opiiummitv oilers, iscally ttritM; a week- Hours of clos ing exfciMtrat nt I\ist Office. Europe, on some day vari'intr from the 15t*i to the llitli of e'verv mouth; notice l.t ii^ always given of the ]!3rti?!:lnr day.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 8TH MAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COGKT. Tsivksdat, Sth Mav. Before the Police Magistrate. Thomas Welsh, pleaded guilty to a. charge of drunkenness, was fined 5s., or in default to be confined for twenty -lour bourn in the cells.

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