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AN ACT TO MAKE FURTHER PROVISION FOR THE PASTORAL OCCUPATION OF UNOCCUPIED CROWN LANDS. [ASSENTED TO 8TH JULY, 1862.] Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

AX ACT TO MAKE FURTHER PRO VISION FOR THE PASTOBiL OCCU PATION of uaroccopiED ceowx LANDS. [AEStyTED TO 8XB Jct-T, 1S6S, PreambK Wheetas it is expedient to make further and better provision for the pastoral occu pation of Crown Lands not previously occu pied Be ft therefore enacted by the Qneen'e Most Excellent Majesty by and with the ad-'ice and consent of the Legisla tive Council and Legislative Assembly of Queensland in Parliament assembled 'and by the authority of the same as follows :— Interpretation of Clause S of Tenders Act. 1. In order to determine the period within which lands applied for by tender must be stocked in accordance with the fifth section of the 'Tenders for Crown Lands Act I860' the words 'date of his lease' in the said fifth section shall be held to signify th: date of the commencement of the'tonn of such lease or should no lease have been issued llie date on which informa tion of the acceptance of any tender was pnblished in the Gottnvjnt Gazette Pro vided a...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

LIFE ASSUBASCE. Ocn attention lias been drawn to this sub ject bv tbe receipt of an address delivered by Hubert Thomson. Esq.. F.L.A., Actuarv nnd Sccrctan- to the Australian Mutual Vnnita* ««i^r, tn Hie t-clioo! of' AltS The Bev. H. T. Stiles. M-A/tatS cuaiTT' Mr. Thomson, in opening his address. csks, 'Lifc Assuranee— -what Is it? Tlie tann seems to imply giving security against death — an interference with Providence. In tbis eense fliosc wlio make it tlieir busi ness would be the worst of impostors. Bet, ?un explanation ciFdiis conreutional phrase. it will l-e found to embrace the biphest phi lanthropy, and the deepest regard for those for whom, as good members of society, we are bound to provide.' In continuation, be further remarks. - What excuse bas a man, iicrcintliis colony, the father of a family, to make, for leaving a destitute widow aiid orphan children (tejiendi-jit on coll cbaritv? If, thcref.ire, I «san induce any among vou tu provide for his own. in trliat I hope to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

Eoster foe Jui.v. — 29iid, C. L. Tt. I Fatturini and G. H. Wilson. Esqs. ; 25th, I F. A. Forbes and J. P. B.-JJ, Esos. ; 23th, H. Oribb and G. Thorn. Rjqs. August 1st. ! G. Faircloth and H. Ohallinor, Esu.s. j

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MONDAY, JULY 21. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

Moxniv. Jn.v 21. Before the J'.iliee 3r.-isrnc.-atc. Thomas Burton and Bridget Gill were placed in the dock on a clinrjp of amnkon neas, to nhlcn offence they pleaiSerl c«[ltv. Burtnn was fi- 1-1 l-'is^ or In default sen tenced to 24 hours in the cells. Bridget Gill wasdiseharsrid with .t caution. LAftCEW. Frederick Compton, liron^it np on tills chirpe, was remanded till the following dav (Tuesday).

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(From Saturday's Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

(From Sulnrdirp'i Courier.) Tun Bridge oveb t«e BBisniSK.— ITe undcrstanfl that t!ic professional cciitlemen »ppf-infe3 to examine anil report opnn the competitive designs. i'C_ re--eiv«l bv tl»e Corporation for tlie proposed hridpc across tbe Brisbane, have aurfcd upon their report, and have dneldcil thst the urcniiums nTered l-y rim Municipal C«uuci!sh--iiH be awarded mottoea : — ?? s sniper Hvlem, first premium ' £150: ?? Pelta.' Ki-c.nd ditto £50; 'Posau- mnv' rliird ditbi. £40. Until tlie Jfnnioip.il Council Imve received the. report of the committee of examiners, and opened the envelopes bearing- the mottoes named above, ?eouintf, of course. s*y who the successful compstitors are. The winner of tlie highest T-re;?iinm. (imposes, wo believe, a, wrew pile iiridie; while t'm siscond. w!ii«h is said t.) lie the most eliziMe in point of expense of crectino, recommends iron cylinders, filled with concrete., for tbe founditions These cylinders arc beinp bron-rlit into vogue in liD^la...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

EBISBAKIE. [FBOK --BB OirN COHKCSPOSMTST.] The Colon-al Pocrctarj- will not. it apTiears. I start for Oreat Hrit.-iin nntil nftTt mouth. It is trenerallv bcli.-wil t'lat dnrin-r his flb sem'Xi Ma.talister will act as Promisr. al tli-»U!ra atrainst This nrrBUsrfniPJjt tbe othrr | Mac. kicks — consiclsrintr that bis own 'irvnt ' mcritB and lone Kcrviccs should not be over- I lu.-i-!d, and that he is jmr rrrrtlenu the j coiiins man. ' The other JI»c.' is a very | worthy cenrtnmsn. periling a little choleric, but nonn riie worse for that. At the s»me I time it is tlie opinion hi;mbly offered of I y'nr own corres^)ondciit that the present Colonial Treasurer trai:M scflrcely Fi-wire public confidnuce. in the, efficient arlrnrniot™. tinu of a!&iirs if he were plaeeA at the hejitl j of the fiiwnramit. Certainly *l-e evi-le.nce ! taknu before the committee nnnoiiit.^rt to ] en luin- into th»Tn-Ji«iiri-dcf!iJeati«nF shnvs j thnt the hrad uf.the department «vhiced a I n-ufiil want .if ...

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ADELAIDE. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

ADELAIDE. Fiidav evening. A motion lias bscu carried in the Asssut My authorisiaijthc resiiinntion of the brunch of the mail ssrviea Iwt»-een A-lelaide aud Kiuj Greorj;e's Sound for three years.

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MELBOURNE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

MELBOURXE, Pridav Kvcning. Tlie Erin-f?i-Bra;^h, from Out to Bris bane one hundred and nfty-four days out. put into H»l-.1rt Town short of jrfw;s;onn on the 14th instant She has four hundred and twenty immi grants on board, all well, hut several chil dren died on the passage.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

IMPOUNDING:?. At Xort'u Brisbane, .tth July, !£G2. Ijv Mr i-. S. Laurie, for tre-pass in pndiioc'x. at !-:-tp!e Var n. Dam i .res and ^riviii ?; 1.;*. ;_ Dark nmn b jrse,smaii sb-riri t'. rehtu.]. hoili lii»»:l f'*.-1 li.-ive np|».ir-?«t'r l,e«:n Mi^tcrc-d. branded li. o .IF near ihjiiUer with illcriiih brand over. If not released on --i- liefjre tliu 3rd day of August, 1«2. will |«; boW.— Edmund Hughes. Poundkcepsr. Impounded at Ipswich, from FcrnicTawn Driving and trespass £1 pn- bead. : — Cbesnut tnarc and foal, strcalc, W off shoulder, like .ID over DU over O O over E near shoulder; black mare, star, Jt over 1G2 near shoulder; bay coit, UK near shoulder ; bay colt, near lore foot white, like WG near' shoulder; caffy colt, like FS near shoulder; bav mare and foal, star, V over PS over like lUt near sbouldcr ; chesnut mare and foal, star, C over MK neur slionMcr, i- nor tJiigfa ; liay ?naro. hind feet -white., star. S over S near shoulder, like JF falotelwl off sliouluer, has a bi...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 16. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

IPjS'iVIOII POLICE -TO»JRT. Satukoiv. .Tn.y ia. Bei»oee the IVilice M«»f strafe Jolm Shepliftrtl p'.eid.ul guilty to « chant! j of drunkenness and making use of ubseene ! language, and was 5w-A £!, or in default | ordered to be confined for seven davs in j UiiabaiutGani. ' i John It-Aiiutty was finca l««.fnrdmnkffn nsss. with tho altcrnativu of 2t hours in the calls.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

MISL'EfX.VXIXHJS. IvniA — T-Ib. Laing's Fixasoial State ment^— Calcutta. April 16 (via Trieste).— Mr. Lain?, today, introduced his Iiul;ct which is highly H*risfact.iry. TJie finaneia! year commences with a deficit of£fl,(XK).Oi)0. The present estimates show a surplus of £9i».0;Hl. although nearly £1.0jt».«K»0 arc to be spent .in p-.iblic work's, in excess of the estimate for the current year. Tlie revenue of the coming year would amount tn fSSS.OOO over tlie nrecedin? vear. if GAle.:i]satt--r1 nn riw- same basis of taxation. The military oi penditnre is reduced to £I2.200JKN-.' The surplus is disposed of by infrreaaing the education grant to f-XiO.OO'J. and by bringing the public assignraent up to£4j2-'AOOO. The import dues on piece goods an:l yarns are to be reduced to ?!- and '.1 percent. resi»e,ctivclv, with immediate «pe.ratton. The paper diity is ab«)Hs!ied. The rates on beer and claret are reduced J. and on tohauco to 20 jicr cent. ad valorem. Tlie income t:ix i.s reduced to ...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

TQOTESs jSJSTXJ MEWS The Irswicn aku Djlbv Tkamwav. ? At last there apjwars aprospectnf thutnunnav between Ipswich and; Dalhy beinp. cani- ! menci^d ia earnest, tho Goverflau-jit Ijarit^r nnnoiuicsd that, wUh the view tii'i-r.)riding I funds for carrying out the work, they are prepared t& issue land siirip, bearing interest at tlie rate of five per cent, per annum, upon the foliinrinjr terms, viz : — Kj.cIi noitiun «f scrip nitl he of the value of iS-0, bearing in terest at 5 per cent, from tlie date i;f ts*uc. The scrip so issued with interest added irili he re»uve-! in payment of land jmreha^rd in any jurt .if the colony, eitiier at the Trca- | sury or by any Land A;-stt to w}.oui it juav ! Ik: presented. Scrij* to be tnusfdrabl.; by ' delivery. Kaeh portuui of scriji nil! lie for £20. which must l-c jiaid for by cash o;i de- , livory. Aiiplic-iti.iiis for scri|i'to be sent Iu to the Honorable the Treasurer, The 3(ai;ive Boicd of -2t,'tESSL4xp. ? ! The Government have iuco...

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AMERICAN SYMPTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

AMERICAS Sir3IPTO3IS. i Frost-tie .V tioii.\ T^E world has l«cn so long and so cf:--;a he-iring from its pollncil pro phets tli it t.i4 A'.aertcan ^uiti jd was 'joss abnsit e;iierijj into a new pi'iss,' ili it it might well he eseiisoJ if it ail taken rectije frjm its perpetual disippjintui2uts ia a detjrmiuad seep ti-::3'ii tvvarjj all sa;!i fat-jro state Bi^als. Ki:Ii TOdfc brought to us from Ne*- 'i-ttk tie coiiSiL-!it assuraacc of an 'irresistible eeirard movement' of tha Fedc-.-ai armies, lief -re w h\c j, | ths iil-dixyiinsd aa:i ilT-aflfr.'ta-l teries of ths South were to malt stray as suow yieMs to tbe alranjo of npricp LVii'Ii vezk. brought out Into inorj painful re lief, the sor.2 trul which the drartu of cotton had broag'ii li ;ae mimifactur iag industry of fc'r-n^cB smJ Eazlaud. Time ivare on, and rue scautv hoards, which ihc artizuns hid gleaiiel from the earnings of their duys'i-f full^war!:. began to sin?-: without a prospc?i of deliverance, and pinching want, v.itli ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

TV' ANTED, an active SING I.K JIAXn. i 1 1 make himself generally usel'ul in huuse ' am! garden. ) H. KIL\EB. Brisbane street, i WASTED, a FEMALE SERVANT. ! Apply at the Queensland Hoarding | House. East-street. TO C0MP0SIT0BS. TirAXTED, a Good JOBBING HASD. 1 1 To a steady man, constant empiov nicat will be given. Apply oflice of Uilis I'i'er. ? iy-AXTED. a YOUTH, from 14 to If, 'I years of a^e, with a good plain edu cation, as .-in Apprentice to t!ie IVinting business. Apply office of this paper. WANTED, to rent, a COTTAGE, con taining four or six rooms. Xo olijec tion ta town -ir conntrv. If with a small garden and well-watered preferred. Kent must be moderate. Applv to Mr. A. GA5 'ITTASTED. TENDERS for tbc crertinu Tf of a twentr-Ftalled stable and coach house, i'lon and specifieati-m can Le seen on application M Jfr. HfCHA£L FORD, TattersalJV Hotel. East-street. TEN P0U1SDS EEWAED. OTOLEN'. on Sunday, the 13th of Jn5y. O one Dirk Grey or lloan POXY MARK, branded ?£ near shouidc...

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QUEENSLAND AND COOLIE PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

QUEENSLAND AXO COOLIE PEIVI- , LEGES. We append trithrcit comment the following extract from the & it. Herald, to vrbich jvjrnil it was contributed by the then More ton Jiay corres|Mindeiit. The polioe office where the uxaaiiaation took place was the Rrisbiii'i police offi'*. It affords, to say the ieast, a lively prospect for any misfpaded wretches who may be induced to come to Queensland : — ??The Police Office Uas for several days »sst iiecn the scone «f great bustle in conse quence of the Coolies lately brought into the district from Port Macqunrie by Mr. Pandeman. having knocked off work, and left the station at Tent Hill to come to Bris bane to £2ck redress for alleged illtreat ment, non-^ayincnt of inures, and insuffi ciency of rations and clothing. The bench (Messrs. Wicktiam and Simpson) listened to their complaints with considerable p.. ti--ncc ; and come startling facts were eli cited during the evidence relative to the treatment of these men while on the station....

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CANQNIZATION OF THE TYRS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 July 1862

CANONIZATION OF THE 3UU TYBS. The following is from the Monde, ! May 21st, 1862:^ I * Reme, 20th Slay, 1862. I You hare published FincUo sacro of j the Cardinnl-Viear to the solemn pray i ors ordered by the Holy Father in the . t- -triarohal churches, as a preparation ; fir the groat act of the canonization. : Tli use Tffsvers t-K-k place at St. Joiia : T^ateran and at St. Mary Major. The I Holy Fsther, the pontifical court, the I patriarchs, tiie archbishops, and bishops, iu Ro'ne at this minute, were present at i St T'Jarv Major's. Tiipre were one han : dre3 and eleven bishops. The basilica ; tras crowded, and all the people prayed with a hairt and in an accent that caa '?. not be d?s?rib?d. . . . The cere Qianjr of the oanoiiization was to com mencoat sik' Hi tfto ievenfnj. Xixmg l«3fnre tliat lionr multitudes hastened to the nciehbourhood of St. Marj- Major's, aud covered fie places and adjoining streets. All anxiously awaitec the Pope. Immfidi::iely his carriage ap peared the a...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

AMERICA. (From the Wtellg Register.) The treaty concluded between Great Britain and the Government of AVash incton for the suppression of the slave trade is the most important check which that wretched traffic has received for inanyyears. Itconcedesamntiial right of search in time of peace. Except as a belligerent, or by mutual consent, no siiip of one nation can interfere with one belonging to another nation on tlie high seas. Tho maritime nations, I therefore, agreed by treaty to allow this j power to each other so far that they [ might seize slave ships under each ! other's ikgs- The result would hive ! been the effectual putting down of the ! trade if the United States had agreed. i But the United States, although they made the slave trade a capital Iclouy, I did not resily intend to put it down. ! They therefore refused to allow auy other State to seize slavers under their nag, and while professing to seize them themselves, they took care not really to ; do it This was one of t...

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ITALY AND EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

ITALY XS1) EUKOl'E. - Fn,m tie XJtloi.) i Oxe must, indeed, be singularly simple j .-.- »';!i!;a5arly pri-judieed who cannot see ; ; the a^itstiJu whii-'a is stirring up the [ whole Italian i'uuintsula, and is not j juuvod by the terrible distractions to j whi.-h that Jwautiful land has been i I triveu up a prey. It is not merely the ! ? jirewMice of estrcmeiMtliticai dissensions, ; ' arising out of principles which almost j ?jreolude thehopo of mutual coacc:sion; j ? air oven vet the uwjuestiuuablc severity ! ; whiL-h. iu si'intj places at liiast, rfjiies.s-js i she c-nuiue cspreasioa of popular feel \ ing; nor the anarjiiy, which eis-iwliere ] j reigi,.: s-apronse. giving rise to most j ijaiui'ully coiiiiictiiig scntiuiouts iu ti»« I breast of any true Crieud uf Italian wcl fare; nav, it is not even the unrais i takeable' tendency of present Italian i iwlitics, which is the worst feature iu : the whole business. But it is the ap 1 jarent hojiclcsinefs of any aood or jiar '?. inaTi...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

ikelan'd; The following is Major O'KeSHy's ' firit speesii in the ISritijli Parlismeut, mt-le in answer to Sir Robert I'eel ia ' the debate on the *' Distress in Ire- j land.': — - Sir, I shall detain the House but a i very short time, as it ajipears to me ; tbat, from the facts njw agrooii on, , there is no great difficulty iu cJiniu;; : ta a uorrcst canclujioii asto tiie a'iKmul '? of distress in IrelauJ and the ri'sjuiusi biiity ttiiicli falls to the tiovirr.iui.-ut. '. - AuJ I first mast congnitukte the L-Isii lueiubors aud the people of lralaud on tlia -;Iiauge that appears to have taken plaie in th,, right bun. Isar.met. A few months ago the riffht hi-;j. jreiitleaiaii j stated bjldly and confidently that there ? was no distress whatever in irelasid. Sir 11. lVel : I iierer said sa. (Orio- of order.) ' Major O'ReiHj : I Itov.- at oa«e t' ' tilt! eorrecdim of the rijr'.it bun. bunKi a tint he iic-.w s^M th-jre was uo Jijtr-.1-: iu Ireland. ]?at I ::'j!j£:il !a ibt i:i?- i niory...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 July 1862

FOE SALE, A FEW BUILDING ALLOT3IEXTS on the Brcmcr River, close to town. Conveyances free of charge. Apply to A. P. UNDO. ^S^%l^Rglftana^o^r^ Apply to Mr. O'SULLlVAlf. Mortimer-street. LOSE FOB SALE. CORAL and SIIE1X, in anr quantity. Apply to W. TROTTER, Brisbane and Bell streets. OA TONS LOADING for tbe Condamine AU township. Apply to JOHN PETTIGBEW. FAPEBHAKGIKGS.— GOLD. FLOCK SATIN, and COSIMOX, very cheap MATTBASSES. best hair, fibre, and flax FEIIISTEI1, Paperhanger, Brisbann ?treet. Liverpool and London Ere and Life Insurance Comp&uy. ? Capital, £2000.000— £2-50,000 invested in the Australian Colonies. 1IITB. A. 5IACALISTEB, as Agent for JjJL this Company, is authorised to receive applications for insurance in both the Fire And Life Departntnts, wbidi will he dealt with, by the Directors in Sydacy, upon terms as liberal as those of any other office. Medical Ecferee for Ipswich, Dr. Chal linqr. All claims aitt settled in the color.y. TaWepofEates for Life Insnrance,in ...

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