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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
ASD 4MJ£EXSUXD GEXKRAi ADVMHSEH, TS published on TrasDiT, TauESBiT, and r , 7tl? 1' ''''PS*. »no forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. TEEMS Or SUBfCBHTIOS. Per Quarter, in advancs ? a.' j Per Quarter, credit .... ' ltJ' Single Number ? ' ' ^ The Quarter* tsminste on the 31st March, SOth June, 30th September, and 31 st Decent! ber, at which periods onh- can resignation be received. Notices of resignation will j not be attended to unless given in writing I Sabscnbers will be charged from tha I KSiy. '»*» of -M'''»rncins their aubscriftiona. j «^^^^Sc£^!^^???l^-™^^^ Four lines, or under kaVan inch:... 2 0] Six lines, or under three-quarters of anineh ? 8 C Eight lines, nr under on* inch ? S O Xrery additional eijkt lines, anier anineh ? 1 0 TSBHS OF DISCOCST. C Consacutivs Insertions ? 10 V cent. IS ? 16 „ 26 „ „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions mnst be written on the fx.ce «f each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and enlarged accordingly. A...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
rmwmrERfrrj| rr PaouccT Received.— By Messrs .Hastelland Ogg : 14 bales sheepskins. MB. SYDNEY 'The following items of commercial intelli gence are 60m the SL M. Bo-old, to the 16th instant. ' Messrs. Mort and Co. heldto-davjhmt, ^ ^^ ^jpp^mUyny^jt— wft*1'' i*'tnE3M»'iwii*w'»wStTTnrTprBrn without any alteration, notwithstanding the uufivonrable report of the honion irwi sales. The quantity ofFered. however, as, is usual at this season of the year, very smatL Of the 2* bales offered, 22 hales were sold at tha following prices : — Fleece. Is 2W to Is 3£d; liasd trashed. Is 3d; brekun, Sd ; d» xnaged, 7d. Sheepskins trere hardly 60 firm, and prices ruled lower. About SQ9 were sold at from 4id to 6} per lb. TalW. — The market was firmer, and the prices obtained were abont 5s. per ton bighcr. Of ths 93 casks offered, 53 were ?oid *t £3» 15s to £X& per ton. Hides irere steady, and goud parcel! of heavy bides were in better demand at iate qaotatioas. A lot of 232 heavy hidus brough...
SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
SHIPPIMQ' ARRIVALS. .?'? - Aeguet IB. — Volunteer, schooner. 70 tpns, ? -Captain Howe, bom Sydney the 12th in stant Passengers — ifU. ' J3. B. Forrest, agent. ' c .' - August IS. — Telegraph, sttsuner, TOO tons. Captain O'Beilly. from Sydney the lGtb instant Passengers — Msssrs. It. G. Massie, ] C. Bolleston, a. Saltiair; II. Lowe, H. j Croaker, II. STKelligett, and fl in the steerage. DEPABTUEE. August 19. — Prince of Wales, steamer, 650 toas, Captaiu Bdl, for Sydney. Pas ?cnetsrfi: Messrs, J. V. Barnard, R. A. M'Kinlcv. A. Brodzink. W. Davidson. H. B. Gray; W. C. Bush. T. Hopkins. J. 1*. Baylies, O. Hanson, and Mrs. Hanson and child; li. G. W. Herbert, Esq., Ool. Secre tary ; Messrs. Byrnes, Bright. Ogg, White, Dean -f 5Ie!boanii\ Mrs. aaa Muster Mel Kon ; and IS in the steeraee. August 13. — Queensland, steamer. Captain Patulio. for the Northern Ports; l'assmi pers : To Sfarrlwrousli — Mr. and Mrs. E. B. UUr, Mr. and lire. Giles, Bev. W. S. Huberts. Mr. TV. Pvtticrew. To Gladston...
NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
asTO-TCES'. jft-TSTD- NBW8 Mrsismrojit Ark&kgesiests:— We learn from reliable sources that not only is the frovcrnment doubtful of the return of the Colonial Treasurer designate, as member for the Western Downs, bnt thev have iilso determined, in th* event of his «M'-:.-it. rpon offering the nffioe. so ably filled by liiin anrin s thelart few-lays. to Mr. J. D; M;Lejin. SrL.A., for the Eastern Downs. Should that gentleman, however, cume to grirf, rhc next move contemplated is to dissolve parliament, and call upon Sir. John Oouslao, lute of Talgai, to construct a miuistrr. Mr. Donrfaa was formerly member for the Dariintr Downs, in the New So th Wales P:irliam-jnt. and is well-known in Queens land as «ne of the feir liberal eqiutters who ane willing to recede.- as die progress of agriculture requires diem to do so. one wbose- political honesty amounts almost to nvtXrbt-MOtoi- bi» aorviaaa. XEr-. 2-o«g3aut. w^ believi;. is now in Brislaae. VaLKIUCTOEV ADnitESS TO THE OotjOSlAt....
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
nirocHDiKGs. At Drayton, from Westbrook, on the 9th Ausust, 1663, by order of Messrs. M'Lean and Beit. Damages and driving expenses 2s. Cd. per bead.— One strawberry bullock, like EC small slit near ear; one red and Tv-hite cow, like S. over 0 off rump. Eke M near ramp, slit off ear : one white heifer calf, anbnraded; one ' strawberry heifer, tip off ear, like JS off rump; one strawberry stew, tip near ear. illegible brand off rump ; one strawberry heifer, like CM off rump, blotch off ribs, sut off ear; one white cow. black cheeks, RW near ribs. If not released on or before the 31st day of August, 1863, will be sold to pay expenses. — Abthck Lloyb, .Poundkeeper. IPSWICH, -JOEESSIiAKD ^-Edited '? P«NTKD, AXD PuWJBHED, »T BICHABD . BELPQfiD. or Ipswich, pub the fbo ? rstEros, *»» tjis 'Jio^is -AaBteujak' ;- Qma; T&jmsTBxer. ????'?? ?'? '
ADELAIDE. Wednesday, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
ADELAIDE. Wednesday. Aueiifit M. Tlie Treasurer stated in die House of As sembly diat die tenders for die mail service would be altered, to enable die stcamer-to leave Kiiiff George's Sound oa the 19th of each mondi. if the ucean steamer had not arrived with the outward mail ; and that the Government would assist any company in cam-ing out die contract. . ? ,32-ere b»vo bften dreadful starnm ana The tri-d of if: jrartin. for murder at Salt Creek, is. fixed for Fiidav. WfldnesSay. 8 p.m. Fnrther particulars of the SaltOreek mur der liave comi» to lijrht. A man nnmed Wiison Having- lodged an information against Ma'nobi Martin. He- states that previous to the-bndybeinsfriiind in a-wnmnat hole, he s*w it in Martin's house. Wilson lias been arrested. Thursdav, Anpirt 14, 8 p.m. It die House of Assembly die Estimates are under consideration. Parliament tins voted £1000 for the pur pose of clearing die Hurray Itiver from snags and other impediments to steam navigation. Bran is dull, in con...
BRAIDWOOD. Monday, August 11. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
BBAIDWOOD. Monday, August 11, 4 p.m. On Saturday, Hr. She wbrtdge, of Araiuen, - was Btack-up, at Bell's Greek, by anaed men, and robbed. Shortly afterwards three Chinamen -were stack -np at the came place b j four armed men .with crape on thcirfaces. -One Chinaman was nibbed of twenty ounces of grfd and ooe.iS note.' Hew«s sbotby die robbers, and is since dead. A inaeista rial inquiry was held at the jfemhaienmbene, oa Rrmday, before Mr. f^iefGommUnoner Grifiin, Or. Bedhead held a post-mortem: exami nation on tha body of die Chinaman, and extracted two balls, one having .shattered the spine. Tlie tuquiry -was 'poetjmned for further evidence. Four 3dcd, sained William Mortimer Tro vers, Patrick IMor, Hngb Montgomery, and John HicKcy.arc lodged in gaol by the police on suspicion. Thursday, August 14, 1 p.m. Tra-vere, Prior. Montgomery, Ilickev, «nd another man. who were apprehended on euspieion of being connected with the mur der «f the Chinaman, were brought before tiie Bench tu-day...
LACHLAN. Tuesday, Aug 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
uu-auk ; '...'. .1''*' ''** I 'W~ *T..AaJaH A...* 14 The boring madilne Ins brought up gold' from across tWxiver. at a depth of 200 feet. Several grains were obtained from a Email quantity of gravel. There is great excitement at -Cook's lead, in consequence of which the shepherds ate going to it and leaving the Sebastopol. The prospects show fifteen grains of coarse gold to the dish. The prospector* not having declared gold sooner, they iiave had the claims reduced. -Commissioner M'Lean will meet the miners of Victoria and Caledonia leads to day, to settle the frontage dispute which has saiiiy retarded the development of both leads, and injured other interests. Kos. 1 and 2 Caledonia South are yielding im mensely. Quartz mining is going ahead. Prospecting parties , ate out in all direc tions, and important discoveries arc rautici pated. The weather continues unsettled. There is mud everywhere, and the highroad is frightfully bad. Sir F. Pottingcr came in contact with the outlaw Gard...
NEW ZEALAND—(VIA MELBOURNE.) Dunedin, August 6th. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
SEW ZEALAND— (Yu. JIelbocbse,) Dunedin. August 6th. Ijittlc to report in gold mitiing Weather ipteoselv cold. ' The billiard match. Lamb v. Townsend, ' was won by Lamb, who took the lead and kept it. His opponent once reached within eight points. At the couclusion, Townsend bad-marked 915. Two painful tragedies have occurred. Hardy's express coach was precipitated over die slope at Saddle Hill. Two woman. named Mackenzie and Walsh, were killed. Tlie driver, who ie much blamed, jumped ! off. I Captain Tilibetts, a squatter in the ! Mata wra district who recently sold liis station to Switzer, shot one of Switwer's men, and aftertvjtrds attacked the inmates of the hut. Charles Tibbetts, his brother, was.seatfur, and' waylaid the captaih with tite police. In the scuffle, Charles Tibbetts ?lint Captain Tibbetts dead, aud' in his remorse attempted to commit suicide. Hr. Car jiU is elected to tbc Assembly bv a majority of twenty votes over Baldwin..* KewB from Commander bad discouraged € p...
MELBOURNE. Monday, August 11, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
MKLBOUENE. Moudav, August II, 8 p.m. Farther evidences of the murder of Sonnies Davis have been discovered, but at present there is no clue- to the murderers. Th» ktdnnpphig case of Councillor rickles occupied the police court to-day. The- boatmen are oomuiitted to take tlieir trial fur conspiracy. The affair will be, ft is believed, brotitrht home to two councillors before tiie time fixed for the trial. To-day wasappointed by the Chief Secre tary for the reception of the deputation from the Chamber of Commerce, on the sub jects of banking and finance, at die time apiwiuted no deputation waited upon Die Chief Secretary, but a letter wtts handed jtn hJa^EtjUing that the members of the Chaio In the sctton of ' liEr. Welch, merchant, of Collins-street, against tlie Suburban Rail way Company, ftw injuries received at the recent accident. Hie jury awarded £IO«tO damages; aud in the case of Hr Kave also a sufferer, £500. ' ' A sale of i5m Uags ot Mauritius sugar -was held to-daj at unrese...
WOLLONGONG. Monday, Aug. 11, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
WOLLONGOXG. Monday, Aair. 11. 12.39 n.m. f From the S. 3f. Herald.) Telegraphic communication was opened tii is morning between Wbllangonfr and Sydney. A store, adjoining the Queen's Hotel, is used us a temporary station. The Hue reas opened' with the following mes sage ? — ' Mr. Seeretaty Arnold congratu lates the inhabitants of Wiillongoiig upon theonenin^- uf ? telegrapliic conuounicuriua, which will place them in immediate coa-- lautiicatiua with the mast influential parts of New Soutii Wales as well as the neigh boring colonies of' Victoria, South. Aus tralia, and Queensland.'*
PROSPECTS OF THE AMERICAN CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
PilOiPEGTS 01? THE _OIEiiICAX CONTEST. - Front fit &j-:smas, May nth.) Tac fall of New Orleans is placed ue xM-i a-abfc It is a great biro to the ?CoafediMlas-but It is dear, from tarn a'.-s oy.su uure tliaa from ftieir words, that tUs.v ar3 resoh-ci that neither t.iis blow, nir otharWi blows, s-ia.1 =« a... ,,;^d -s fifcd. iu tUe Jirst place, -t fcaVto bi njte-1 t'-i-it t!ie suo«« ot too r.-i.,,.,i:=-= «-.is almost pawly naval, aud i-Jwaacl.. naval victory « an - La-al fjree sdrpati? to aoy attorn?, at | rL«W*ia-T t'-is as;ent ul *ie fcaJoral . flotilla » a hundred miles ofriw, t:.o leea c^,3a bV the difficult i« of ge navigitwn, ml by tfie resistance of the fort ° T 10 3oafoi;nites seen to attasa crWt imn.tttaacs to these facts aT-d LtotaiB tS3t tlie result at S« Orlcaiw is qo iadicatiou or guarantee of tlie results of a contest that must a-m w» carried on mo« entirely ia tfaemtenor, aliens the Federal iron-clad gunboats WiU. to .of Mr^SLJ'^Le IS-S0S^\ bare been, ia w'aole...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
YirANTED. a HOUSEMAID. Apply to \\ Mrs. nnOUUUTOX, M..rtinirr-6tr'eet. WASTED a XCBSE O1EL. Apply to A. P. LIXOO. WANTED, immediately. TEAMS, to PLOUGH. Apply at the Il'SWTlCH COTTON COMPANY. i$-x.v«I. WAKTED, a TOOTH, from 14 to 1« years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper. TTTAXTED, DBOVERS, to take Cattle l\ across countrv. Apply personally or by letter to J. M.'MACDONALR, Esq.. Frazers Creek, via Tentcrfield. ' Quesnsland Guardian'' copy three times ANTED H\O00 ironVwirk fililN«L,fc.s. Enmtirc This Dav -Thursa»r). at I Twelve V«a.2L »t Mt'. COCKBUkH'S. Nicholas-street, Ipswich. ? TUT ANTED aSHBEP'OVEBSEEB. £100 W pcrannam. Xone but Al need apply to B. O. MACKENZIE. ? PROFESSOR REVERE, The deat Magician, legerdemainist and Conjuror, H AVISO just returned from the Nor thern Ports, has the honour to an nonnce that his FIKST GKAXD DRAWIKG-KOOM EXTEHTAIXMENT in this city will take place at the SCHOOL OF ACTS. THI...
NEWCASTLE. Tuesday, Aug. 12. 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
NEWCASTLE: Tuesday, Auir. 1*. 9 un, Tlie Tnton, schooner. Prase, master, laden with coal, bound for Sydney, was wrecked during the Boutb-weat gale, yesterday week, at Port Stephens. The crew were all saved. I The master and crew, with part of the gear, arrived here last ni;;lit in the Margaret Elizabeth. The vessel is lying high on tiw beach, inside Port Stephens Heads. The Martha, schooner, and otbor vessels, received much damage by the loss of bul warks and stauDchions.
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
VICTORIA. Wi have Meluounie papers to the 9th instant. Tlie irgut of that dita statis tint the j average qnarterly statements of llie iiiiiK i banks established in tills colony have jj»t made their appearance, and sliow an i:iiresse in tlie amount of deposits, under 'ojtli lieads. of nearly half a million sterling, as coia ^,«-rt ffiili tlie nrevious q-i*tter, ami of abu.it £39(1.090 as coaip-irei wiUi the_p-»rra- I snonding quarter of lS'il ; «!ii!c tliu ciwiilj- j tioa of notes, which has h.-cn gralually contracted since t!.3 iir»t q.nrter «f 33S1. ! falls below that of tbe previ.j.is qua.-Wr by I £S-67t. Thsrcis an iucn\i-5'. hotrevcr, in i the amount of bills in cin-jlation, l.ut not ? coi'imensnr.iru with the Jji-reas.'- just re : ferred to. Th.- fiimmit re v««it« \ a* Wu, ' I due to tbe lianks apjwsrs to vary littlcfifm 1 the average of the svue -j'i irt-.T m juvoo. ; in^ years. Tbe oiu nr.J Iiallioa ia the ! handfi ftftlie bmk* cxcc-;l by £*--'-.ivi ? \'s?ir ' liabiiitiis in ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. f Fn--» the S. M. Herald') Tsre Hon. tire President otT.ic Upper House triil diortlv nxipa office, prejnuatoiy tn iritet'inc tiie mother country im private business Various rumours haTe obtmijM currency with respect to Mr. Weunrordi s siwcoour. ljut the idea most penc^iUy cuter t-,ine.li« that the Hon. the Speaker of the i .VssemWy W.U bo derated to the vacant ,,„!,„„ »ddre8seo to Imn fcy a highly -in- fluential W? of crtisens. Mr. B. r«Kn. I is., well known as tbe antlMr of tuc iso-ith ? Wi»fe« Ke»l lVoperry Transfer «ia | Rjristnition Act) lias consetihri to adu« a Vk-tow. on lloiaiav evening ac-st, .» tlw Tcraperauce Hall, fiw the parpase ul ex A.iacmMv. and tht; proposed lecture will enaliltf fa.'ih lion, momi-srs aad did j-ui'Hc to understand bow tar tlie same is applicable to tin? iiirciiinstEnccs of this colony. Au adjoarned general meeting of persons interested in tiie growtli of oranges is tu be licH to-day ia riiri-aniatta, for ths pnrjiose I .if funnia^ «...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
MISCELLANEOUS. A Dismeb is Oeiestai. Sttle.— A dinner Was riven to their HajesUes on Friday by Said Pacha ; it was served in truly Oriental magnificence. Tho Emp«or, the En.-press. Sc Viceroy, and his nephew, MuetapUa Pacha, toot their scats round a table, or Sa£alarge silver salver, richly chased ruaeWW^on wUid. covers for f.»r » rna^sv E'ld were lain, .-vi »'''; «'?— ???- %?-tl taWc of twentv-fi re covers was laid ^V-iHai.-.sand «Sce.s of the WtboM. The , 1 ««r tablvwas served in tliei.x-.idi SSeTtot the dUhes ««I™^*»» £« Eivntian mode, andamrrag them were tno laSbsroastc-d whole. The animals were ^chased alive by the \ .c»=roy . s.| va..^ and killed and coA«a W tlu-m. The teo tables were Jaid nut ».. the roon. which con tains the rieli and ennous «.»!=«« ?« 01 ?»=- torical armour, pr.rcl.ased some time «nce by the Emperor, «.A intended bj h.i .. to ornament the armoury lathe anin.iitl.lia teaunf Pierrafov.ds. At the moment when the Emparor and Empress entered the rooni iuey weU p...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 21 August 1862
TAS3IANIA.. ?We have i«pere to the 1st instant from HobirtTowii and to the 2nd fromLaun '''TteAiMTtutr states that the report by Mr.«ottldof his recent exploration has been printed by order of Parliament. It deals ! Fadds that journal) for the most part with I the geologicil structure of ?*»«'»»*£?'££ so far the points of which it treats have Teen already before the public in fa» toport *. *i.- i-«.--i e»ii,tr. The lenort now laid before Parliament furnishes » list of assays of small portions of quartz from various partToi the western country, eoltectad by jggsrelealder. Tally. P»d* 'j^Sg^ °';Ti'rj'-'fj-'^^^sgg'*onw1L iV;—gff cieutlv encouraging. Tbe assayers were Messrs. Hodgson anS Birkmyre. Mr. Gould I suspects that the ill-success of searching I parties is attributable to the enormous diffi culties of exploration. He therefore recom mends farther investigation. The snm of 1 our information he states to be the Vnow ! ledge of the existence «f drift gold in small quantities in low...