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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. [Per Electric Telegraph.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

Iii&XEST 33M TJJT.I.IQEWCE. T00WO05IBA. [Per Electric Telegraph.] [FROM OUR OWN CORP.ESPOVnENT.] Tho polling for Hie vacmncy in the representation for Toowoomba and Drayton came off to-day, and termi nated os follows : — Toowoomba. White- ? 93 Groom ? 92 Drayton. Groom ? 3* White ? 12 Total. Groom ? 126 White ? 105 | Majority for Groom ? 21

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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DESPATCH OF ADDRESSES FOR REMOVAL OF JUDGE BOOTHBAY. FROM HIS Grace the Duke of Newcastle to Governor Sir D. Daly. South Australia, No. 25. Downing-street, April 24, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

^-l!SPATf^I OF AIWKBSSES FOB ?REMUVA'!, OF JPDGE W9O3MHT. . fiustt His Grace the Vhikc oTXewcaStk! to Gorowir Sit D. IJaly Skvuth Anrtralia. So. 25. : Downinc-«txect, Amnl S*. IS3 Sir— t icceived yoor pre*«awor« ?«=?- juAgc of the Supremo Conn. On meelvui; them nddce«tem vtCh Ae various anenments by tAich Hrcir liistoryts *? vnl^incd. ~lt TyccvnEC mr first dutar tm rdtcr Tor the opinion Of the law advisers of the frown far the importatft qncAlons tdnob Sliey raise of n le^al or -c»n-flh£fionsl kind —questions afiin'trng^tltcxajiifityof many ^Colonial M.et£ hhJicrlai tMjis\8«rrd to Ik an ?force— flic -powers of every l^gislatnrc and tUr. inaepcnaencF oT almost every Supreme ?Court in Australia. On .time of these ^jresGone. indeed. I vhonld not uyseU %sve supposed that any ?aoiibtconldliave existed. Bat as contrarr ?optaions have in Cm» lieen ccpressed by =»TitIi--ritic5 entifledto d-£a-cncc,-1 thonclit.it advisable to Include those questions in die ?reference, both Tor completeness s...

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

NOTICE. QlJBSOKnMSte *xaa&**ng '.egSelr ^pMpert. O inoTDliirlv, oMier tfcrtrarf. the Post Office «r from Stumors. \ritl ciblUns bv -com. nunicating at once with tb« PuMisber. -'PKaaONS JSDEDTED to the ifcrtA .*. .4v*trvlf-t» tnr Subscriptions or Adver tising, to tiie 30th June lust, inclusive, arc respectfully requested to be vaoxiT in the Cflttle-nnnt of their accounts. Aleuts are requested to make immediate remittances and statements of monovs col feete* on account of this establishment. ? ** Ji .irth Australian ™ Office, Ipswich, 21st Slay. 1S62. . ' ' ' HOTICE. TSTESDnTG Subscribes arc reminded tlist the present is tbe,firetissn5«f tltis - -'oor?^»'-fliaqn«rter. Personscalline.it die n See, or sending a written order, will nav« tho paper delivered regularly at their address. -? ?-? ? Teb«: ' ? ' ? ' '? .. ; Quarterly, in advance „ 9«. Ditto, credit .. „ . 10s. Ktnrnt AusnuiiAK Office,. - lstjnly.186*.

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

? OXEIXSLAKD OESEEAL ADVSHTKKK, 16 published ott TjJMDiT. Titcrsbat. ana Si^EflDit morning., and forwarded to Comtry Subscribers by the earliesttnaiU. . . TEKMS or SCBtCSIMIuX. PsrQusrter, in advanc* .. 9. Per Quarter, credit .... ? lu«' sngiB dumber ? ;;;;;; 'Si The Quarters terminate -m the 31st Shu*.;. her, »t which periods oaly can resitiltioB i be received. Notice* of resignation will I not be attended lto«ai« given £„ writi™. - ^n-*^i^?^iiiirill^i»ili&ttf*^riffHfi'iifriiHMfai - ,_ ' ' «. A. Two line*, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or tinder half an inch .... S 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? 1 C Eight lino, or under on* inch ...... i 0 Krsry additional eight lino*, under an inch ? 1 0 txbhs or oiscouxt. € GtfiuecutiTS Insertions ? 10 ^ cent . U „ ? IS ,. » ? „ ? as „ The number of insertions must lie written vn the FACB »f each Advertisement, or it will be continued uutil countermanded, and charged seeordinjrly. Advertisement)! from ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

NOTICE. /^OUXTUT Siihseribcre «r Advertisers \J wljnsc Accounts are £1 or upwards, will obliga by an early re-nittauce. Nobtr AnsrnAMAV Offieo, 1st July. lSfi2

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

letxeb to the Eonoa doubt this nriH co:itriri»te to thejwrma nr.nl relief ot tins parties in questi.«u yet this was not what 1 suggested. What I recommended w««, tti« formation «f * xocietv similar to hnrfisnltnral mid asncal ?tnral 'ass-wlaHons. hav-ius f ir its object the ?ncrtnracemcnt «f the -wrrh «f cotton, tobacco.' su-pir, and other pn y&arr, not JVt attempted There r by offering annual pnzea. giving information bv lectures an* circula tion of writings rtnna'tlie suljnct. and other mean* of a similar character, t 'neEere this Would give aCreAtstima1o«t«th«gr««r» ?of snch things hieing tXlKaqXeX. The partiri* from n^iom we as* to -xpcrl rfforts ib this directvni ace *t3»c small farmers and others in the sribnAs. bi* wV« Vuow little «r nothing ahoift the war to *d about the matter; bnt ww w«nl«L I aat imre. V easily induced to make a trial by the means I pnip-«e; ?» flvv wonVJ then Ire in a position ea«ly tn nbt.nn ajl the »a T.irmation thev rcqiure abMttvlm nature of t...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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(Abridged from the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

(Abiiiiffed fiom the Cuurirr.) Punuc Meetisc. — It will be observed, fro:n an advertisement iu nuutlier clumn, diat a public meeting will lie held iu the Sclmol of Arts on Tnesdar evening next, for die purpose of taking into consideration tiir cx|wdiency of mcnutrialiaing his Excel lency to convene Parliament at an uarly date, tbe recent changes in die ministry having been made without die knowledge or consent of Parliament. Our Ipswich con* temporary, the Queenttrmi Tiatrx. being im bued fur the uonce with a spirit of vatici nation, announces that a ' muustur iitortin ^' ' is to be held iu Brisbuns to 'condemn tho conduct of the Government and declare, no doubt, that the staff of the Cornier, and a few particular friends, are tiie only person* fit to govern the aAimr of Quceirdwid.' It is not often tbat we xre enabled to glean in formation froin fnccolnnrus of our conh-ui' pnnrrv. Jmt xtne certainly must aeknowlolge mir radc^teJnesB in this fustsnee. The idea that **tfco staff of t...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. IPSWICH, 11TH AUGUST, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

n'swicn MUKicirAL council. Ifswicji. lira Ai-;cst. 1862. Present— His Worship the Mayor. Alder men Clone, Watkins, Cribb, O'JIaUry and Thorn. MTSrTES.1 The minutws of Uir jirevious meeting were read, confirmed, and si-oird. £Cbvkvous iteronT. The report of tlie Town Surveyor for die past neck was read. FISASCE BEIVCT. £ s. d. Waees and cartage .. .. 1S14 « MusKrs. F1av«lle Brothers,' theo- dolite, &c ? 40 1 0 £32 15 6 NlCnOLAS-miKET. An offer from W. White and Henry Bur nett, to 611 np the sides of Nicholas-street, for the snm of £Sl-. was read and ordered to stand over for further consideration. ALTKUATIOS VF OAVS OF SfEETISO. Upon Hie morion of Alderman Olcxe, flecimded by Alderman O'HALLEv.the staud ing orders were suspended, whereupon Alderman Clun- moved, without notice, that tlie days of meeting of die Council should be changed from Mondays to Wednesdays, which would be die more convenient day for all die members of the Council. The Mayou said the luemoers of the Counc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

BnsTSB F-K Tne«JI.-STH. — August 21. TUouuii Bovrlands and Charles Fat nriui: 15. C. B. Drury and Gcor-;« Thorn: 19. B. J. Smith and '(I. M. Cocklium : £1 H. Chailtuor nnd tl. Kairdoth ; 2G. 8. Cribb and J. V. Bell; 2a, .1. Fleming .in.U. Murphy. September 2, f . North and J. Pauton.

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BRISBANE. MONDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

-BEHSBja-TSTE. frnoit omt ows .coKBEFroNDtsT.) MOSDAY AfTEitNOON. It I* antictpitnl tint the meeting t.i be held to-morrow night in tlic School of Art*, to cousltler present political mattas in the colony, and to me.norialrBC h*is ExceUency in relation thereto, will be a very large one. IP -Fr. McfTart shoul-I get in. it p* *«? be feared, however, thit this raeettirjr will not have noichcaoct. Herbert can timti safely defy public ophnon, and will be s ife from anv political retribution Cor bis pant nris desds for the iKxt ciglic or nine months, arhidiu fa-«CT until die next meetiog- of men who* asiJally sPt opoo ttic mfhivterial side than was* at first imagined, it will be seen that the name «f 5^. J*iclB»rte*r«» tacheJ to die requisition. cauSmi upon the Mayor of Brisbane to hold a- public meeting fur tire pur-poses above stated. a» is also tliat of Mr. M-GogBS. Srr. Fitx. likcaise; it is stnted, wailend all his Inauenec at the \\ «s tnrn Dirtms, to secure tlie drfcat of Mr. Moffit...

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STAGNANT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

BTAGSAXT WATSB, . . . . , . Aid. Tuons Intended to put a notice of motion npon die p»pcr respecliiiR Iha stag nant water near liis pmniscs, and as he did not know whether or MOt ha should be_pre sent at die next meeting of -the Council lie ironld take'tho presrot opportunity ofsaying s, (cw words upon die suliject. Hewassur prt*«d to find upon a. morion made by Al derman Watkins at die Ust meeting of die Council upon tbe subject, that the Council had arrived BithecondnEion itirms not their Ibifcr tainteftSiii thfthatter. Tb«HAVO|t«aM{t Vasa mistake, then ?ttenttob ms eatlsiUo the subject but no ?notion was made. Alderman Thobm «m of opinion tbe stagnant' water -should ftotbe permitted In nmiaiiu Honaid«Oa-yi»rr»tei.iiidhIs 1mhis« iru 4dose to this, nuisance. Then ahonldlie a edvert. an opea Aaio, fitauaie thtag to carry off the ausanes. Ho knew they fasd bat little to «*end. but «iey ought to do tomrthing— ftp pafcagge m^ uotoriotwioerBryone. He was ?staulsbcd to hes-«lte Council ha...

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

notes jaosrr^xsEws-' Ceowk Law's Sales.— L*rt Saturday ?- Govrrumml Gazette, announces e sale of Crown Lands, to take place at the Police office, Ipswich, on. Monday, the lSUi 8ep per acre, the area of the allotments is from Tois, in ttic connnes ot bkuirev hmi £uuMfi~' ?ill,-m Bandamb* Creek, near the -Aop» lagoon, and near the Brenaer -Hirer, -amis fmm fi to 48 acres, unset price fi-'m£lto £2 per aero. There will be also a. sale or Government land at MarvboroH^h. on Mon day. 15th September, consisting nf 12 (own IntSt »n the town of Maryboronch. from 1 acre to 1 acre 44 perchet each, npset price. £13 per acre; IS sahnrlxin lots, town of Maryborough, from 2 to 10 acres each, up set price fromfS to SS per acre; ana 32 country lots, coonty, Hart*. ipDrrthes Mary borough and Tinana, upset price. Sljier acre. There will be a B«lr. aim, at BocVc hampton. on Mondftv, 15th September, oon Bfctine of Slconntry' lota from StoSToena. npset price. £1 to £2 per -c*e. Jmtaated la county Livingst...

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

SYDNEY. Friday. -5 pjn. (From the Courier.) The colony is .approa--Vme; rapi.ily to a state of lawlessness and hripandatte. Ac counts continnc to arrive of fresh acts of rohhery and violence, and among the nwfc we hear that, on Monday last, the Araluen esmrt was fired at, and that, the 'Warialda mail was stnek up and rohbed on Tlnirs The deflate on the financial statement .-T the Colonial Treasurer has been adjourned ! for a week. . A successful amateur theatrical per formance took place at Government Honse last evening. . Trade has liccn very qm«t during the ireek. and vrc have no* changes of import ance to report, Saturday. 6 p.m. The Ttifle Tolnntcer shooting match bc twern the Hnnto-r River Corps and No. 4 Company of the Sydney Volunteers resulted in the defeat of the Utter by fifty fivcj points. , _. ? ?? The Parliamentary intelligence is not important. The Bill' to Limit th« Granting of Xew Trials was thrown out and the mo tion for refunding Cockeriirs confiscated property was...

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MONDAY, AUGUST 10. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

Movpav, ArnrsT 10. Before the Tiiiw MnrrTiitratc. DariJ Itymsr plctJcd guilty t-v having li£t;n flrtitik in l}ri-h.tnc-stn?ct on Sundd^ the Ktth iiistant. «n fin.-J l'Ai, or 13 default of payment urdi:nul to hi; otrfmed in the cells fur tn-onty-fonr hiiais. The Police UagMtrab:.at tlie time of .lUMuunir the sen ?ninnt«i'- Snaday.tlicnmTjbrtbooiurdiw. Ixiinsnvc.Blillliugs. and Airtlie otipa- ton shilnngs. .

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

IPSiVIUII P.»LIOE COUBT. RaTTBIIAV, Al'Kfc-T 9. Before til* X dice Mi'istrate. Hichv:! Tooaiiy }-l^i.i J guiltv to a diw?e -if drTi-ikt-unes-i. and was fined five shillings, irith thft altemntivc rf twenty fonr h.iars in the l.mn^in? io.ia» ercctod 6« fler Majt-sty's f-,tvcrniucnt for the cuavc^ nience of i-ijlirtateis, in order to brine th.-m I to a sense of r!i-h- mimtiiulnct. and deter ? others fr.im ftllinf int.i the temptation of I taking quo yl.iss tt»i mircit. !

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 August 1862

Married. On the 9th instant, by the Rev. G. M. Reed, Mr. Adam Cathcart, to Mrs. Anne Morgan, both of Ipswich.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 August 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. The Hot,'=E.-! or 1 aiu,i asiext. — The present Houses of Parliament cover nearly S acres of ground, an area twice as great as that occupied by the old. buildings. They in clude 11 courts, 100 stair-cases, and 1.100' rooms, connected by 2 miles of lobby. Their cost, up to the 31st of December. 1S59. bad been £2,1!-S,OM, a sum which did not in clude tbe fresco {isiiitings and statuary, nor the cost of maintaining and repairing tbe buildings and furniture. These items, up to the last dav of March, ISC;), amounted to £107,0*1. The style adopted is that or Henry the Eighth's time ; and all must ad mit that a very noble, if a very costly, Tn dor palace now graces onr metropolis, which we tnsy jioint out to foreigners with satis faction and pride. The finest facade is the river front, which rises from a simple ter race SiO fret in length and 33 feet wide. It is richly decorated with statues of kings and queens and panncUed sculpture, 'repre- senting coats of arms and royal ...

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HINTS FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 August 1862

HINTS you TnAVBM.KBS. (From Harper m Magazine.) TiiAVfXLEns cannot be tuo discreet nnd gnarj.al in tbe- remarks they tnukc iu mixed companies. AH questions of nationalities, religion, and polities should be curcfullv avoided. Otherwise one is iiahlc to constant mortification and occasional difficulty. I «nco made the voyage from Marseilles to Civita Veccliia. the port of Koine, in a French Government steamer. She was crnnMotl with jiissen^ers uf all nations. Ami-ng others, there was a vory garrulous Englishman of middle age, who soon in formed all ivlio cared to listou that he -was froiD Jiinuingbain, had never becu out o England before in his life, and was now goinjr to spend the winter in Italy for the benefit of bis health, being a mart vr to dvs pepsia. Nothing iu his apjicarance'ituncatcd ill-health: he was a large, nWidcotnplcx ioued man. Before dinner-time of the first day he hsd made the acquaintance of most uf the Kn ^Ii*h and Americans on board. At table I had a seat a few...

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ABOARD AN EMIGRANT SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 August 1862

ABOARD AX EMK5U.VNT SHIP. (From AU the l'eer Sound.) *' Arc ynu itoi-.ig to the Australian ship in tUc ri\-crV'* I ask. ?? Will yon take me ? I am a frinna of the doctnrV, nutl I'm to meet liim tlicrc.' ?? Doctor's not gone nlmiml yet. ttesiiles, if you ain't a pntcnjcr, my orders are not to take fru-ndii Ijiimltcring tlic ship with friends! You can't fro.' I stand passivity and (U-siiarincly watch ing the |-.iiMle-\vlifi;l make its Jirst revolu tion, wh -n a. friendly seaniMi, v.ho has just vritti&.-awn the J5a'i;w«y. winks graciously at inc. and bids r.ic j Jinp. I jump, imdor the nwful crc uf tha despotic captain, and he tajceft no iMra notice -yf me t3ia& if I }*«d boonma siidilonlv tnvlnlldc. Jic iSAS AonC liU duty. The sliip : I have never been on Vtnrd a. ship iiei'ons, !iot my hereditary instincts make me feel instantly at home. ' I measure it with my -eye, as an architect might siirewdlv scrutinise a ImiMing greeted h\ mn:ie other nrcbiteet.. I know that tli...

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THE PRESS OF THE UNION SLAVE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 August 1862

THE PRESS OF THE UNION SLAVE STATES. The Spectator, which -journal evidently strongly sympathises with the Federal cause, publishes thefjllowinglfltter from its special correspondent at ifasli ville: — It is a clear sign of how very little centralisation there is in Aui-rk-a that there is ii:- metropolitan Press. Xcsv York is the richest, the mist p ifmlou.-. and probably t'.ic most puiverfui city in the Union, and, therefore, its news papers hare a wider circulation t!ian those of any other city. *J?he Herald has undoubtedly the nearest appnach to a national circulation ; bat c^njvir.vl \rith that of leading Ij-iuJki or I'aris papers it is a mere approiiuh. Sj, in fact, as yon change your district yo:i change your paper. Icencraiiy tSierc is some one in every district which has more than a. local repute. Tijus, in New England, ynu have the Hosta.; Post ; in Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia Enquirer; throughout Ohio, the Cin awutti GazfUe; and iy Kentucky sui.l Tennessee, the Louisvil...

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