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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

BOGKHAMPTON'. (FBOM A. COEEESrOSDEKT.) Great excitement has been caused here by the occurrence of a most distressing and melancholy event. I believe I have already informed too that yon might soon expact a visit from one or two of the Roekhampton; notables, in consequence of a bigamy case, which has been already commenced in the police court of this town. The case alluded to is that of Gmilv Sarah Ann Macdonnld v.' William James Macdonald. The prosecn-. trix is tiie relict of the late Mr. Charles. Wakefield, of the Fitzroy Hotel. About threo . months ago' Charley died, and his remains were fullotrej to the grave by half-a-dozen \-f his feHow-townsmen,tbroagh a drenching rain— tbe nun. in fact, which caused the late floods in this district. The days of mourning were few indeed; fertile widow was soon ia love with a gentleman who was then staying at the hotel. Macdonsld's reputed wealth was a tempting1 bait, and having set iier heart upon it. in due course tbe marriage settlement was ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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The North Australian. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

C|t gorfft gustraiian. TTSWICH, TCESDAT. AUGUST 10.1MZ. Ma. 'WiLiJUtM Coote, who at one time contemplated standing as a candidate to represent the constituency of the ?Western Downs .in the Legislative As serubljy in opposition to Jlr. T, De liAqr ^ofpatt, has retired from tlie contest in favor of Mr. Hjust, who is novr tlte snle opponent of Mr. BIoffatt. This arrangement we look upon as exceedingly jadicioos, for had Loth 3Ir. Hibst and Mr. Coote gone to the poll, a division of interests (antagonistic to the Government candidate) must have occurred, aind 'thercbj }Jr. Moffatt's retnrn inight- posz-IUy haw been se enred.1' ' . ' . ' ' Ihe principles' iijeld liy Mr. Hiest and* j\Ir. Cooxe being alike liberal, and antagonistic!, to .the ruinous and reck less career of the existing Government, and opposed to the return of one who most Tiecessarily become a. supporter of th« 'pr^ent order of things— these gen tlemcn, we say, under these cironm stances, Eaw the neoessity for one of ? the...

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DISCOVERY OF THE NEW RIVERS TO THE NORTHWARD. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

mSCOVKRY OF TWO Kpv BIVEBS TO THE XORTHWARD. TvFnnw»TTms wns rccci»---d yesterday from Rtickbamnton of the supposed .dlscoverv of a new rifvrr bi-tween Ilt-wr! Sound1 and Port covery is wrn of irrent TmporrancR. Tlie. Collector of Cn-=tiirt« Tins oTiTiTincTy favored us xrlth a opy of t!ie m-mornndum ftWsrifeS tn him bv thr oitrcr «f Cnotnmsi nt Ronkhnmptm. and fro-n it we gather tho snbjoinfd particulnrs. Thf. river Tins been nanK-d the 'M'lvay. a g-nttcmnn of fiat tiimc bp:n.i the owner of a station some twelve miles up tho str-am. Tti« situated aTiont five mitco south ofS^to (or Slnl»l Point «n«l a'lmif tMrty miles north of Criyw Palmerston. sn-l diKt!mT-oj«es into a TnrTC Tiay not pn-.vioinly shorn on flifi cTmrt':. It Ins tftn disadvantnee nf a bar enttaiwsn. open t-i-flin conrhrn-^, Jmt there is a ofnm^et a«p»iter nfa mil' widn over tlie hnr. imX a vlcnt'i of KixtPf n feet of tr^ter man ft at hi -h SdP. The channel is. however, ne arTv -frv at low veatrr. Tho landinir Tila»-- -...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

u3S£^SS£iffl3£l!ffiJ ^jTsyEuktric TEifOBAra.j T00W00MBA [rROM OTJE OWN CORKESPONDSNT.} Monday Afternoon. The nomination of candidates for the representation of the VTestern Downs, vacant by the late member having ac cepted the offise of Colonial Treasurer took place this morning, bnt few elec tors were' present. The candidates were the Hon. Thomas 'De Lacy 'Mo&tt, proposed by Mr. J. Taylor, MXJL, for the Western Downs, seconded by Mr. Pester; and Mr. W. H. A- Hiret, proposed by -Ir. Handcock and seconded by Mr. Farquharson. At the conclusion of the addresses made by the candidates, die proposers and -seconders, a show of hands was called for, and on its being declared in. favor of Mr. Hirst,* poll was demanded by Mr; Moffatt. Mr. Hirst'* return is considered certain. '

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[REPLY.] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

JBEPIT.] Dear Fnends. — We accept with great pleasure your very kind address. If we en deavored to promote yourspiritnal and tern' poral happiness during tlie voyage, we have only dono onr dutv. and xv-r are more than recompensed for all onr labours by your respectaMe dciiiranor.r and your religions and mornl good conduct. We ran say with out flflrterv that me am nro'h! *-f rou ns onr fellow-countrymen : ' anil if y--n only persevere 5n the same rc'iiioiis and mural conduct which yon prai-tise 1 on b-ard the Rrin go- Brash, i-oiir sti'Wis in Queensland is curtain. We will mfft often, we hope, in this I;-n3 of plentj- anil pmsprriry, and we look forward with pleasurr to the time when we trill sc»o vou all settled in your own happy home':. Wixhin? you all rvcrv Tiappinsss in tlie land of yonr adoption, and honing we will meet one d»y in that place where we shall never separnt.-.. We remain *e_ r. dcsse. n.rr.c. P. Poweb. H.C.C.

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

NOTICE- . i STTUSGRnsERS receiving their papers irrc^iilarly, either tliroueli the l'ost Ofliiv t,r from Runners, will nblise fiy eoin m»n'n;ating at once with tho publisher. NOTICE. /HOUXTRY Subscribers or Advertisers \J whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, - will oblige by an early remittance. XOBTH ACfTBAUAX Office, 1st July, ISG2. SOIIC E. PP.KSOKS INDEBTED to the Karth Australian f--r Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the :JOtli June last, im;li:--ro, arc respectfully requested to he I-HOHrr in the settlement of their accounts. Assents are requested to snake immediate remittances and statements of moneys col lecte-1 on account of t3iis establishment. '\.jrtb. Australian' Office, Ipsnicu, 21st May, 1S62. ifOTICE. TXTEKDrXG Sobscribers are rcminSed JL that the present is tho first issue of this Journal tor the quarter. Persons calling at the office, or sending a written order, will bare ibe paper delivered regularly at their address. Teems : Quarterly, in advance .. 9s. Ditto, credi...

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

QCXBSSUKS 6BSBRAI, AUVKKTISER, IS published on Tcesuax, Thcbebat, and Saturday mornings, sn-3 forTvardcd to Coantry Subscribers by the earliest mails. TEBMB OF »DB*CEIITIOK. Per Quarter, in ad v&nca ? 9b. Per Quarter, credit ? lUs. Singla Number ? 6d. The Quarters terminate on tb« 31st March, SOth JiiM^JSOth September. mniSlstOcerui- 8abscribus win be charged from tUe date of commencing their subscriptions. rsBiu or iDTBETMoro. s. «. !Two linen, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 four lines, or under bulf an inch .... 3 0 Six tines, or under thrae-quwters of winch ? » 6 Eight lines. «r under ona inch ? S 0 Xrary additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TEEK- or discockt. « CansacutiTa Insertions ? 10 ^ cent. 1$ „ ? IB „ 2g ^ ^ ? 85 „ The number of insertions mast be written on the FACB *f each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Xon-subscribers must ba paid for previously to publication. Orders counterm...

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SHIPPING DEPAETURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

SHltPING DEPARTURE. AnonsT 14. — Calendar, schooner, 13S tons. Cipt. Magee, for the Richmond Kivcr, in ballast. The Queensland will leave for the Nor thern I'.vi ts at half-past 1 o'clock ji.tn. on Tuesday next. It is uiUerstnod1 tint the Young Australia, after discharging her cargo, will conic up to EiflTs wharf for the purpose »f taking m her dead weight. When unloaded she only Aravs nine fert uf water. Wo need not add that the jip;-CTracee of a clippzr vessel at the w!is--» lika tlio V.-magr Australia, will be a novelty. We believe it is now defi nitely arranged t!nt sha will await tho wool season, and return direct ta London with a i fall car^i of produce. j Th.j Ctiatswortb. we regret to ssy, has j still two cases of measles on board and. in I cons^usnez, s^tf !**$ .beoa orJer^.l jaito j qnarnstina f-r at leiist a week, mo! unless ] m-ltters clian^j materially, it m-iy !»e several j weeks before she is release;1.. 'The immi grants are to be ou.irtered on St. Heierra Island, ati...

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(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

(from tic Cornier.) Bales of Lakd is toe Police Dietbictof Brisbane. — One of the most striking proofe of the rapid strides which are being made by Queensland towards peopling the vast amount of territory site possesses with an industrious pnpalatioh. is the aridity with which the land in the immediate vicinity of tbe townships u, being- taken np by small fanners, and other persons. There has been taken np since the 1st of January, 18S2, in the Brisbane .district alone, upwards of nine thoasand and seventy acres' of land; and, judgingftijm the steadily increased demand, m may possibly Sni that, by «he end of 1662, the occupation of the Brisbane Clerk of Petty Session!!, as far as the saleof Go vernment lands is concerned, will be gone — that, :Sa- fact, &ere will to bo land left f.w lum to sell. We have every reason ?to believe, also, that the landndjacent to every township in the colony is at a. somewhat similar premium, and we therefore scaroaly think- onrsdves pramatara i...

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

BBISBANE. (fsokodb oits coKCH-posr-rsT.) I made in my last letter come allusions to, the report of the Health Officer having' neglected to board the Krin-go-Bragh in his first visit to lier, itod to the i-sriotis joles to which it had given rise in tlie town. Ton trill be sorry to learn, however, that I hare to allnde to a matter connected with the tame ship in a more serious strain. It appears tbat typnus lever has Kronen out amongst some of the immignuits since tlieir arrival in Brisbane. One female attacked liy this malignant disease, is at present in . the hospital. We must most devoutly trust tbat the fever will not spread as in euch a town as Brisbane, where too infectious disnase has been hitherto unknown. I fear its ravage* would be very wide. It is a good thing that we are still enjo ying winter weaUicr. Typhus favor in, the heat nta, Qaeensland summer. wiHi a Frog's bollow in the centre or the top-it is not « pleasing subject of con tcuipUtion. Tlie CWio-sayR that Or. Hobb...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COUET. Satdbdat. Accupt 16. Tlicre wrs no business before the Court tbis luorniug.

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

3S5OXBS AND nSJTEWQ SrtMETHISO WORTH KsOWIKO. ? Sir. William U.-ill. Director of the Botanic Garden, states that he has planted half tin acre of ground in proximity ti tUe tea plantation with bananas, wjth « view lo tbc suppression of the growth of that noxious ireml (^perut Hydro, (nnt grass). A similar experiment wns made in different 2-;»;iiMS of the ^a.-deu with successful results, on a previons occasion. Further, that (me of onr commonest weeds which ?ro»vs in profusion in tbis district, tlie Suia Iletus* will, he, Mr. Hall is certain, eventually be cultivated as a valuable fibre — yielding plant, and that in the coarse of time it will be ranked in that respect, as one of the valuable products of the colony. A smalt sample of tlie fibre prepared in « rpngrh wav, has appeared amontrst the enntrihutioni! -if Queensland, to the Great Exhibition oT 18G2. more especially cattlcTwliicli are dying in considerable numbers. Tlic nights still re main intensely cold. The mornins «TS»tur d...

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

BnsTEB fob the Momth. — August 19. B. J. Smith and II. M. Cnckbnm . 22. H. ChaUinor and ft. Pairclnth; 26. B. Cribh and J. I*. Bell ; 23, J. Fleming and J Fanton.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 18. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

MOXDAV. AlHJOfT 16. Before tlie Police JI»sistr»te. John Evans, John .Tick, Henry Green haljcli. Mirtin Ryan, and Tlinmas O'Hanlun werecharged with drunkenness. Evans, Jick. and Henry tireenhatgh IiMving bffeu confined in the lock-up forty-eight hours were dis charged, «Cth a caution tiiat the repetition nf tlie offence woulil l-e visited with greater severitv. Thomas -?'S.in!an «ra*= fined one pound, with the alternative of fnrty-ei^ht hours in the cells, anil Martin liyso 30s., with the alternative of twenty-four hours imp^sonment. Mary Allen, an old offender, was fined £.1 for profane swearing, or in tlefanlt of immediate payment, sentenced to three months imprisonment in Brisbane gaol.

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SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

SYDNEY. Fri Jav, 6 n.m. (eaax anothcb soubcz.) The case of ^Durban v.Mctery.' which eaiiMil no Kttte excitement some time *g». , lias been agfcin brought before tlie Supreme -5ourtr The Assembly had to adjourn to-day for -n-«nt of a nnonmi. -The Luclilan paper states 'that on Satur day iii'-liS last Sir Frederick F--t(uun-r re c-ived information of Gardiner's where ainvits, and that tlie bouse in which he vaa siid to lie wag immediately surrounded by t.;n policeman. The ' prince of tobymen ' c-»pi-il. however, cjtiite unscathed, and, if he trxs rr.iliy there, taust be enjoying Knottier hearty laugh at this fresh dis comfiture of the swell inspector and his Tiie tnnrkett hero remain unchanged. Satnrday. The ranil steaaier Xortliam arrived at half txst t!-r--en*e}ocfc this morainy.sfter a forty four hours' run fnm Atelbonmc. On Sitiirdayl.-wt. Sir Krederick Pottin^er end uine policemen waylaid (iardiner. the Unsliran^er. at Wiicego, but he escaped nn seailied. {From another tonr«.) Sa...

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SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. ; iFnmfht Cornier.) A xoTKHf w»s bsought forward last night in the AssemWy.fdr-rtferring the financial policy of jfhe Goycmment back to them JGor reor*n9iderii6ou,l)iA the resolntion wa» n e- 'ih* Telegraph ^.I'luu teen A^x^A tar the conveyance of the EnRlish mail tn Bris bane, and will start to-morrow. Four men hsvel»cenmpprelieDa«diit Braid- * wood, on snspieieirof hariar been concerned in the late rolVbcry of jCtunamen, and the murder of one.

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

GLADdl'ONU. [rtiox i oosstsKisrueyr.] I am happy to report *omcwliat tucoura'. ingly of tliese sold-diggiags. Certainly tb« number of diggers has rather decreased thau othcrwiiie, but those now at work aru doing very well indeed. Soiao are getting a» mucli as five and sis ounces a day— that is the party of them, numbering four ; ? others are washing out about two ounces in the aamo timo. They were never iu saeb Bood spirit*, and most of them hav.. , !.„,« quantity of stuff in baud ready V) be washed Some deep kinking had been tried by die N S. Wales diggers, but as yot -ivithout anv material success. But it is believed that deep sinking will yet pay best of all Serwal families are leaving to-morron- td juiu their husbands. Xearly one hundred ounces of gold have been taken suutli since my last couiuiunioatiou. It ia to bo earnestly Uapc4 that before long many more will be induced to try their luck on the Calliope Range ; fora real to*,, fit, digger there is every prospect of success ...

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ADELAIDE. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

ADELAIDE. FVi'-iv afternoon. O^inff to the cnntinTtcd heavy rains, a prcatflood in thcri\-erTorreiishiisoccnrred. A man named Flynn. a publican at Kas finniln (qutry — Kapanda), was dn)wnod. T!io Psrliamcntlias qranted a furtlier sum of £]tH)O for c!earin-» tlie impediments to the navigation of the Murray. Lnrce quantifies of bread KtaflTs ate being shipped fur the Cape of Good Hone. Flmir is rising -a tlie market. I

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

MAUyUOBODGli. Akothek Cbisvune ;AccrD«KT.-jOn Fri aaylast, Map-.IanffS»reden.agiriin the emjJoy of Mr. J. H. Bobcrtsoo, was barat »o severely tb»i death ensued yesterdav Tho deceased at the time .woip, a amslin dress, with a fashionable crinoline skirt, and the fire lian made considerable progress before the wcaser tUscoVerid whence the emt-II of burning proceodod. :$[ie tlien ran about scrcmning with friehf .'mud nain, and wjicii after Bnmo- diiBeiilfy «h'e sran earc lupoa Iii; a Wauket,?t was'fohn«*Lftt: (ronii the unyielding-nature -of £ho .-crinoJine tbe flames could .pot : be eKUneviriied, *nd die nre continued, to- i-imi iUJ a»o 'steela' dropped oSC. aad -ihb poor Wdftitra'a «Ktre jras {n$dnsiMe .at^arioBs ;f!iiie». ^jEier the accident, and! c^nired i'Miiavi.r nri7™^«_ ?? J?3 '^ Gr-o«-— The, pjan and specifi cation of the iieW gum ire now i-n vicxr\e.t the Court-house. The building yrill bejot' bride with Teraudati and five French cafee -'SSB^L-*L??ailrJ? front, wiiieh win har...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 19 August 1862

MKI.ItoCBKE. Friday, 4 p.m. Tho Great TJnoiin (s.) liac arrived wjtli 'ix luiuilrud paEscugcrs, and a very hc*vy cargo. Saturday. T.iii.isboroncJ!, tlie explorer, has arrived «ritli his party, ail in good health, and lie mrt tli.- Exploration Committee last night. H? stitos th-it lie passed th rough a magni I fici-nf conntry, thirty miles Iicin-; tlie longest 1 distance travelled nithont water.

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