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A MINISTERIAL TAILORS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

A MINISTERIAL TAILORS Blf.l.. Sri!.— I am much surjiriicd ilint a j-niuinl wbich is so usnally well informed on jinlitiral matters as the Xorth Australian should have coutained nodiinpr rffspretiiis the last on ait. However, as I snppose yoa have nut lieaid anytliing of it yourself, i xhall be happy to place you in possession of the ficts 50 far as thev have been furnished me ly a r.-li.iHc authority, on conditi-m that you suppress th? amiiunts of the various itcir.f a:nl the names of pcrsirasaa-l places which I furnish von in confidence. My informant states that about a month since, vouchers were scut in to the Treasury by the Queensland £tultz fstrthc underuientioueu services rendered bv him to a liiirh minister of state, whicu wcio as singular in dicir nature as the amount is in its form. It was as nearly as possible as follows. The Hon. ? Esq.. - To A. STCLT2. To attending yon at — --, and advising you as to whether vonrcoatwouldstatidtuniing. afterbeinpso long worn on one side,...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

€|c |Jovt| gustvaliau. irSfTICll, SATCKDAK JULY 1$. l«Bi Our local contemporary devoted a large portioa of the space of his last issue lo arguments pro and con. en tbc Indian lalior question. A perusal of the arsu meuts would leave uot a doubt on the mind of an Impartial reader that our contemporary was on the wrong side, and that in the speakers, who addressed the late Anti-Coolie meetine, he had ract with antagonists, who are more than a match fur him ; but oar con temporary, under the iuflurnc-e of a well known national instinct, dors not kaovr when lie is heafen j and Britons may t.ilcmte t!ie xnisipptication of the in stinct occasionally, in consideration of the many advantages that have resulted from its exercise for the general good. ..Xt is' not our intention to enter into the' contest, as it exists between ' oar contemporary and the gentlemen n-ho took a prominent part in the late I meeting, for, as we nave already said, we, in' that case, look upon him as over-matched; but...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO THE HON. ROBERT GEORGE WYNDHAM HERBERT, M.L.A., COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

LBTIEBSTO TUB EDnXDJEt TO T.TE HO:.'. RO3SUT OEOBOE WVVDHAM IIEK'SUKT, M.1..A., CO IjOKIAL SECttETABV. (/-r faror of the AW,/i Auitraliw.) ? Ify Uea-i Yoirso Kbievo. — I nr.-is miir-h Cricveil -?« rradinir a E-w d:-.vs since iu vis'sr favorite jmimal. the AnriA'Aa'tralim/tli.it tho Attorn^y-Gineral had stiii. d in tlia T^jislative Council tliat it itas _v. ur lsit.;:i tion to pmceed imms.iiately to K;icl:im! on matters of urgent private importance. Kx rrcisinvotieof the privileges and ji,.°o duties uf frifiiilsbip. I fasl myself unwillingly con: n.'lled to oiera f.'w words of iviuoiistranrr. with the view of d;--ii:u!iiiv'.V')u frum a step thnt mrst he frnirrlit with 'daiiRer to yonif political rrjit;t;i?iim nixl iut.resls. tu tin- first jilic-e. o»y zivat th:n£fnr von t.» ponsin.ir is. ?? n-Iut will tlicy Si.y in Ei;-r- Isnil'' when dicy come tn ]i-,-sni from you tint which you will i;c fmced to acknoiv lcdg« respectinsr your political prweedinirs in Qnccnshind during yniirtctnire ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

EQTICS. CIOHNTBY Pniiseriber.i or A-lvcvtisc:s I whose Accounts arc £1 «r v.pvt-^rfs, will. oblige by an cariy re :n irtar.ee. XuKTH AUSTJLMJAX GfnCC, If t July, 1SC2 ~~~~ NOTICE. 7-r-:Esnxs indebted to the Korih .1. Aatlrjliitn for Subscriptions or Adver tising, to Hie 30t1i 3vne list, inclasivc, are r«\=i-'-ctf\iIK- TS'V'SteS to be prompt in the Fctt*em«at'of t^!=-ir scc«rant!:. .Vrents are r»vpested to make immediate j r';niSttnijes anil statements of moneys col- i l.-ctoj.in aceonntof ti-.is /;-tai)lishment. ^ 'North Australian ' Oflio', -Inswieh. 21st May. 1«S. ^~~ NOTICE. TSTEVniW Suiiscriiiers am reminded _L that tliepn-.fwnt is the first issne of this Journal for tlis unarter. ''. Persons «allin;r-at. the tjffice; or sending a 'written order, will have tUc paper1 delivered regularly at their adurs^. Tinac: Quarterly, in advance -. . 9s. Ditto, credit- .. _.'._ -. 10s. 1st July, iSwfr-' 11,- - - - . ?%??£&*&:'-': 'i-F' QPBSCEIWKK3 tiSbEiiFiTiir* 'their paper5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

Win Wnxtb pbstvaftait, and QCEESSLASD GESE1LM. JU-TEimsEE, IS published on Tgbsdat, Thcbsdat. and SittrttOiY mornilijs, end forwarded to Country Subscriber* by the earliest mails. xeiuis or scBtcBarraix. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9«. 'Per Quarter, credit ? W*. J BmhHHHHHHH uot be attended to unless given in writing- j Sa'jscribers will be charged from the] date of commencing their subscriptions. 1 TCKH5 Or ADVEETISTXC. j s. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inali ? 1 -M Four lines, or under half an inch ? , i -H ?Six lines, or under threc-ensrteni of an inch ? S 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 livery additional eight lines, under an inch ? . ? 1 0 Tiaois of discount. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 1*- 'j? cent. 13 - ? 15 „ 26 „ „ ? ... 25 „ The number of insertions mint be written «a the face of filch Advertisement, ot it will be continued uutil ceuntennandud, and j charged accordingly. Advertisements from 1 Koli -subscribers must be jjaid for previously j to publication. ? ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

COM c^EEtC IftT. '. P!W-r-rvE Kecbitf.d.— 1 lios^iiead taiiow, Mel.*: It. i quarter-casks ?litto. :{ liuiuUes slioypskius. -M.I Vulos. By Slrl C. Furnrst: 6t) baka skiu^, U hides.

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

S3 EC j.Jt»2-IiST Q ABH»\r.VLSj. Jci.y IS. — Q'lastislaiid (s.). Captain Patullo. frjDi the Northern i'orts. P-issujr'ers — (From Roskhniuptoii to llladst/iiic, — Lieut. JJirj. Missrs. Archer aud Gurgess'm, Mr. aud JCrs. Wood, ail :- in the steerasrrf. (Fniia^kaekiiauiiitun to llarvlierough) — '- iu tlii; stecra^el (T«) UrUlmue) — JSwsw. W. P.Jaicr. W. Diaru-, B-^airl. His-rinson. Olr.i. ninnnSuM. iiraniston. Grey. Sotifhrr dei. Lin-flans. Hint.nl, insketC Mrs. Ilil liir.L -,'.ipta.iu li.is.lv. i- iu tUa steerage, ami ! eo:}--taMo.i a^d 7 prisoners. J::!y Irf.— Sanitum (*.). Captain Brown, from MirytShrongh VXk iust.int — Passea- gers — 3 ia the steeravre. DKI'Ain'URE. July 17. — Williams, steamer. Capt. Cut tier, for fiocaiMsr^ifoa -Hrcst. V^ucagcn — | three. . - j IMl-Oi!TS. ] fjneonsland: 1 bos, Uof andCo.; 7 Ijali-.s 'cotton. Wide Bay C«-lto:i Growing Associ ation: S Uorsos, j»assca;5or. ? &uii3»:i: 3jiickA^cs apuarel. Tissdil. EXPOETS. ? | Wllli.nns : 2 .Trains «II and ...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

BBISBAmS. (from the Courier.) The AktijCooije Perrnox. — We under stand that the petition of the inhabitants of Brisbane t.) her Majesty die Qnecn, praying her to disallow die importation of Asiatic labor to this colony, had, up to yesterday, received 1050 signatures, representing the great body of die electors of the city and its environs. ? The Q.S.K. Co.'s Steamer Queensland ar rived at BftflTe Wharf soon alter twelve o'clock last night, «nd has brought on a copy of die J/irytonwyft Chrmidt. of yesterday morning. The intelligence from flit .North- , ern oistricts is not Tery interesting; but sailer details shall he pnitlislied in to morrow's issue. ThcpeupleofMaryborough. disguBted at die immigrants per -City of Brisbane,' not liaving landed at their port, ha™ nstitioned (he Oovcrnor that free pass ages may be granted, until tbeSIst August. to a)l persons wilting tn tuie in Brisbane Jjor, erarice in tiie Wile Bay JinS Burnett districts. Efforfsare being- mode to estab lish a-Bant...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 17. Before the Police Magistrate and B. Cribb, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COUUT. _ Thubspat. 3vpt 17. . _ . . . Before the Police Magistrate ana B. Cribb, Esquire. Rebecca WBson, remanded from die pre vious Tuesday osmdingeSfAiTOig** tiirbed the congregation of St. Paul's Epis copal Chnrcli ouring Divine Bervicecn the evening of the 6th jniitant,.jy«Bl«»^n brouSht before ftie Bench for thpa-ileclBion. ' ]tt-. Thompson ajawarcdiiirthearfennant. Thefollowing is a»«liort«r«ice»iQence taken on the first day :—? Bicliard Gill dep.-sed as follows: I jiiii'i cliurcliwardcu ef St. Paul's Cimrch ; on the evening «jf Suuday, tae GUi iust^iat, I was present in the naVo of the cliuvcU ; duritij; ' the service, hearing a uoi.se of somcjhndr i laugliing ne.ir tlit^ organ, I tamed round, ! aud observed tlu difeiiilaiit aay. -? you arer. \ gntat.sort,' anil .after latljrliiuj t, second tims, 'I-conld preach o better sermon tuv sslf.: I'm d ? d if I leave here;' I Uicn saw Constable Bodel remove her from die church. By Mr. Thompson : Defendant said, ' 1 aiu...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

MOTES -A_jST:D 3-nEWS- The Wateb Tanks. — The spirited owner of tin! water tanks, Mr. O'itonrke, has ic ceived by the Isst arrival of the Piincf of \V:iI-;s from Sydney, a sisteon-iiorso p.mcr steam engine and the nc. - ssary ?jeerimr for fittii:;; his tanks with a more ci.jii.ms supply of ir^rar. so that this very niccssarj- article will lie nhundantly supplied to tlio pnhlic throughout the summer months at a reason able ri:ttf. AcciisnxT. — Oa Thursday a valuaUlc cart horse, that had bt-en grazin™ in Wharl strcet,. attempted to Ic;ip a three-rail fence into a paddock, bat in doing e» bis fc»:t passed through the top and second rail, when the animal turned complutvly over into thr. pnddock, falling upon hi» he'd thereby breaking his neck, nnd dving in two or'thrce minutes. The horse was worth £.!'-. and v.ss the property of a drayman of the toaii. nariud Miirpriugs. . Masosio.— The uretlucn of the Queens land Lodge of Freemasons, E. C, held in this town. Jiavc purchased a piece of ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

ItOSTEB FOB JCLT. ? 22nd, G. Ti. D. Fattnrini and G. If. Wilson, Esqs.; 25th, F. A. Forbes and J. P. Bell. Esqs.; 29tia, B.CiihbaodG. Tliom, Esqs'. August 1st. G. Faircluth «nd H. Challinar, Esqs.

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FRIDAY, JULY 18. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

Friday. Jolt 18. Before die Police Mrcratrate. John and Philip Carrol pleaded guilty to a charge of furious riding and were fined Si each, or in default of payment, were or dered to be imprisoned in Brisbane Gaol for seven dn.vs. The Police Magistrate at die same time remarked that as diis oflTencc waEO3^ bricoming of frequent occurrence in the toirix, he should inflict the full penalty of £1O m the next occasion.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

i^atest usi 'x'-fcim^ictEagcxE.. (From the Courier.) ? SYDXEr. Wednesday. 6 p.m. ' Bbeolctioss in faror of protection were carried last night at a pnWic meeting. A preliminary meetinff has taken place this afternoon to consider whether steps cannot be taken to alleviate, in some mea sure, the distress prevailmir in the mannfac tnrjns districts of IJmcashire. A plnn of the Great International Exhi bition was on view last evening, in tbc Legislative Assembly Chambers. Qaeens fand, according to tiic plan tnos enowu. Has had a greaUr space allotted to her than the colony of Victoria. A fire o=cnrredat Xctrcastle last night, by which the Steam Packet Hotel was bnrnt down and some damage done to a neigh bouring building ocenpicd by the Bank rf Ueff South Wales. A girl. fi»? yfara old, perished in the flames. Thursday, ,6 p.m The debate on tUe State-nid Bill is con tinued, and is likely to bo prolonged. ci-F- nittimrerhagarrivedattheLachlan with the gold wbich he recovered from the escort ...

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THE LIBERATED SLAVES. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

THK LIBERATED SLAVES. (contributed.) It may be very well for the thoughtless i to langh at the statement put forth, in the San Franciss) Evening Moil, ' that i tuc Government of the Northern ports, J of the Australasian continent, known ] as Queensland, will give employment to about 500,000 negroes, at JE21 (105 dollars) per annum with food and dwelling, and certain employment for five or -more years, for the purpose of eruwing cotton, &c, &c,' as a good joke ; but it is just as well to give the matter some slight consideration in case an attempt should be made to swamp { the colony with negroes. ' j It is very evidcat, that upon the ! termination of the present suicidal war in America, whenever that may be, there will be an immense number of manumitted slaves. Arguing from analogy what has occurred in the JFauritius and West Indies, upon free ing the slaves, will there, more than , probably, be re-enacted in America. 1 In those colonies the slaves, upon ob- ! tainin...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. Wbolesmje Bobbeiues is Cbxbches. — The Court of Assizes of tile Seine yesterday tried a man named Poignee. aged 37, for a long sericis of. robberies. 42 of which were, committed in churches. A woman of die town named Millot was also tried with him as an accomplice. The prisoner was arres ted in the montii uf October last, in conse quence of information given to die police bv the mistress of a house ill-lame in die fine Croii des Petite Champs. She stated that a man, whom site did not know, had deposited in her lands far one night tLe 6iunof20,006£. in bank notes, and had left the house ou die next day, taking one of the women with him. As a robbery of 45,O0G£ had just been committed in the offices of the treasurer of die hospital a£ Bicctro, the man so denounced was immediately sus pected to He tin; thief, and lie was soon after arrested in Company with the female pri soner, for whom he bad furnUhed an apart - mf»?^ ' Jlcsfiy alii valusKJcs to *^ip. amount of 25,iW0f....

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ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

ADELAIDE. Thursday. The result of the ministerial crisis has been that after an almrtive attempt to form j a new Cabinet, the late Government have j returned to office. .

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BRITISH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

bhitish pahltamext. Tec proceedings of Parliament during die last few weeks, as will be seen from our notes of die husiuussof botii Honscs, hare not been very important. The Opposition have made some vehement onslaughts on the financial policy of die Government, hut they.bavo doait exclusively iu generalities, and Mr. Gladstone's Budget remains intact. The only modification in die, Customs and Inland Berenne Bill has been die with drawal of the proposal to grunt licenses to privaiu brewurs. Perhaps the most excit ing debate iiftiittiiuonth occurred on die 14th of May on the hill for die abolition of Church-rates. In a House which, including 16 pairs, contained no fewer tiiaji«Oo mem bers, die bill was tiirowa out by * majority of une — the division sboning 267 on die Conservative, Io 286 ob the Liberal side. It 'is doubtfti! whether any farther step will be taken this session towards die settlement of-tbsB qn££tl-^ [?f Cizurc&--ic££d. DIsTOess IX 1BELAKD. I A long debate too...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

UELBOCBKE. Thnredav. The subscriptions for Hie relief of the destitution in tancashire «nd other mann factnring districts, on account of l3»e **cot taa' famine.™ has «Irei2v readied* tbc mud some sum of £14,000, and contributions are hourly earning in.

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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 July 1862

33.flk.stx/ENxa- xkovsnsrs. (Fnm tie ToCKoomhu Chronicle:) The Toowoomba assizes emunenced on Monday last, bsCnre bis honor Judge Lut wyclio.' Tue Attorn«y-ttsueral prosecuted on beiiaif of tfvj Crown. . John Smith was indicted for stealing a watch from the dwelling of William Greiner. at Warwick ; his honor said t!ie w.-iteh had not been propjrly identified. Tiie prisoner was acqiiited and dischir^ed. whereupon he requested die watch mi.jlit be deliver.;:! up to bi.ii, but his honor declined making any order respecting the property. , Thomas See, was indicted for stealing a marc, saddle, and other articles, tje property of Hubert George Sohiuson, at Tuon.Miob;: ; the prisoner was fouuil giilty aud seuteucod to three months iiunriiuunjout, which KK^-KEt,,ti'!,ti.%'mar. J»t-ma.'ilsiT!ti. jruhM sptdven well uf his character, and the Crown bciu j favorable toivard a lenient scntencc IVter Gende, was indicted for receiving certain niouey orders, tho property cf David Whitby. well knowin...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A FITTING TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

LETEEBSTO THB EDtlOB A FITTUM TESTIMONIAL. Sin, — I was mnch pleased the other day in observing in that thoroughly liberal and in dependent journal, the ' Guardian.' a pro posal to present the Honorable the Colonial Secretary with a testimonial before his leav ing thescjihorcs for England. Now, Sir. as ouc of his most ardent admirers. I would sngge«rt that, ns the most fitting testimonial would be one possessing not only intrinsic value lint also one in which Sic wnuld feel a personal interest, nothing would lie more fit ting for th« purpose than a collection of the rejee.ted tUCs introduced by his government to the Parliament of Queensland, bound up witSi the boa. gentle:aan's speeches npon them. If this idea were carried out, Mr. Herliert would not only be able to carry home with him an authentic record of what he at tempted. Jxit also the means of consideralilv rnlightenin!; the British statesmen with whom he will be thrown into familiar inter course. I am. Sir, .tc, BEN'JAMIX FK...

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