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MONDAY, AUGUST 25. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

Mokday. Acgcst 25. Before the Police Magistrate. Timothy O'Keefe. convicted of drunken ness, was fined 15s., with tbe alternative of twenty -four hours in the cells — each hoar in ?he cell* being considered as the equivalent drawn, tlicdefcndant nnacrtatuig^o paj the amount of costs, Is. 64. RfisTTE fob the Mokth. — Aneiist 29. J. Fleming and 3 . llurpby. September Z. F. North and J. Panton.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HERZEGOVINA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

THE HERZEGOVINA. Paris, June 23rd. — Tbe Paris parera pub lish the following telegram : — Bagnsa, June 83rd.— Dervish Pacha has left Boleckia. and arrived at Bagnani, marching nponGreubova, -where Vacaloutch. is posted, fiassen Pacha . ocenpiei Vacone Tach, and' AJbedi Pacha is at Spot*. The Montenegrins have captured a sum of 10.000 sequins, intended for the payment of Turkish troops. ?t* '-TbiS^Oiay Vim* points out as the result of the discussion that government has yielded to the opinions flf Parliament and the public so far as to desist from the construction of the forts atSpithead, onti! investigation and experiments bave supplied more solid found ation for a decision upon these works as part of our system of National defence.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MEETING OF LEGITIMISTS AT LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

MEETING OF LEGITIMISTS AT LUCEBXE. Berne, June 23rd.— A meeting of Legiti mists is now being held at Lucerne, and is much more numerously attended than that of I860. Yesterday the Count de Chambord attended divine service; eight hundred partisans ware present.

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CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

CIBOLXAES. The following Circulars have been pub lished in last Saturday's Goeetntutaa Oazette for general information : — I. fCIBCULAB.7 ? (Queawland.) Downing Street, £ith May, 1862. Sis, I hare the honor to transmit to you a letter which has been addressed to you from a Central Committee appointed by the Oeiirral Committee formed for promoting tbe Korional Werani-ial to' the Iftmenttd Prince Consort. ' The object in appnioKng this Central Committee. ib to give a trnly national cha mcter to the Memorinl bv'affording to every class in tbe British Km pi re an nnpnrrcnity of joining in this trftnrc of the nation's gratitude; and in forwarding tlio letter which has been addressed to you as Gover nor of Queensland, I feel tlijit it is quite unnereesary for me to rccumniend its ob ject to your attention. I have, A^,- .-. (Signed) Newcastle. Gornrnor Sir George Bowcn, G.C.M.G.,

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

. ^iri?JEis':^li^D-'SsiE--ijyjs - MAOreraKAi * jEs'apiKv.— -A' mafiisferial en^niry wasjheld ou the iS^aS instant, .bp. Tbomas j^qgjann^. £e«I, J,t\,. touchis? tbe gfailhlof B.,'rViluams!«wlr™. JiHTtf.IloVuig evidence ' ni- ' aaduceaV— iffiattciE Au^iisrjn McKeon being dulv sworn' stifes : I resMo vritb my father at tbe village of AVnd ;' I knew the deceased. Ritiard Williams; be was a cook in my father's employ ; tie was a man who nsed occasionally to indulge »nd drink vwy b«rd for ? ivecfc at a time; he left us to go to Ipswich last Tnesday week, , and returned on the following Friday, when j lie was drunk, and differing a good deal I from the effects of drinking in Ipswich; be ' continued to suffer, more or less, until iaat ', iiijcht, when he went to hed in one of the ' iini.ns iu the hosise; I saw him in bed at 10 o'clock ; I baud uo more of him. until this ! morning at day brisak, wheu I found him i dead iu this kit.-licn ; he was lyiair with bis lii-nd in the asln-y of the fi...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COUKT. Satobdat. Arcrsr 23. Bepobe the Police Slairistratc. John Smith \\ Anthony Tracy. — A case under t7ie Wasters and Servants Act. Ee manded till tbe 35th in consequence of the absence uf tbe prosecutor.

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NATIONAL MEMORIAL TO THE PRINCE CON[?]. House of the Society of Arts, Adelphi, London, 13th May, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

Nauokax. Memoeiai. to tbe Pbutce Cok- -SOBT. * Honse of tbe Society of Arts, ' - ? AdeiphL Lonoon: 13th May. 1862. 1 have the honor t» transmit to y*nr Ex celleacy the proceodiugs nf a meeting held in this metnipolis to prnmotetfae National Memorial to tiie Prince Consort. The committee appointed for this object, in order to give »' truly national character totbb KerooriaJ. nave made arrangements tbe ftmd may include tiie pence of tbe arti zan aud the laborer, as well as the shillings and pounds of tiie middle and wealthy classes. The. Prince's constant aims to promote the interests tit' all were nut limited to the' United Kingdom : add the committee fee] it. n part of their dnty-to provide that the same opportunity (should be offered to Her Ha. : jesty's eubjects'ta'tbe -colonies. For this tbe committee seek your Eicellenc v's gnod offices, and tolictt you to make tbe matter known to all classes of your Government, fiirtirr at -» general meeting, or in -such other manner as you may...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Sydney, Saturday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

Svduey, Saturtlav, G p.m. TF20M iSOTHEB SOrBCE.] TJie Government have accepted the -tender of Messrs. CoWi and Co.. tin great stage coach proprietors, for tin conveyance of gold ^nd escort from tiie gold fields. The luoatiily parade of the Volunteer Corps takes place this day. , Trade is dull, very little business doinff. There is an improvement in hides, which ^are quoted at sixpence advance. - -' The Williams arrived at three o'clock to day, and die liVon^a M'onsa, '-with the supplementary m.iil. sailed atth'e same time Amongst tbe arrivals nre tn* Alston; from Aliroa Bay, aud 'the Caldutha. from Mellwurne. The escorts have bronght don-n 9019 ounces of sold. 'The Independents are about to build schools as a memorial of the bicentary of St. Batrlio?cia»:v.-*f! day Weather -6ne. : William Pfrrj-, the late Government auctioneer, has been refused his certificate in the Insolvent Court. The sale of tiie N-en:tti rams continnes, ' bitt the 'prices of tfre first lots are not main tained....

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SYDNEY. Friday, August 22. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

SYDXEY. Friday, A«snst 22. fi p.m. [Per Electric Telcerapli.l (From the Courier.) The Bill to enuoura^e cotton niltivation si.TSSi'd thmnirli a.11 ite stages in tliu Lv;ffi»la tivc Council last nifflit. Tlic third readin- of tJie Bill to proliibit grants for th« su|ii,mi uf pnl.lic worship l^s been {Mistpnned until WeJiicsd.lv next. The Escorts from tin; ^oM-fiKl,ls'have brought dowu nisiii thnnsaiid ,9/«-^ ounc-es. The Cotton-gron ing Association will com mence »[-enitiiuis iruuitjiauly. Tiie mail steamer Kortlinntnolt «--tl. t...r twenty tlinnssujd (20.m)n) ounces .rf' uoM, and sseveiity tbousaud sterling (£7i-,oiK*) in In tlio legislative Coonril, ltust mulit. tins A lous: dcliate took plane on the !li!l f.u :il ulishin^ St.itc-aid to pu'oliu worsliiji, tlic cousiJev^tiu:i of which was jidjunni.-d tuitil next Weaitesaay. It is -aid that Mr. Wentw-irth shUk& per Xi.itlsiun. Busirvsss U rery Jjaiet Tbsreaie ao alter atintiS iu prices to note. Saturday, (5 p.ta. A horrible a...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

I EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. There is a strong impression that time wiU be a general election in France before tie end of the year. Tlw Liberal journlls. | i= .nticipation of this event, urge on ti.e j mind on the subject of Some. -=*? *^j J, .

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ADELAIDE. Friday, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

r ADEI-AIDE. '?-'? Friday, Amrntrt 22. The Committee «f the fjaocasbire Selirf Fond propose seaaing a cargo vf Snnr to ' Kn-rlatid, to be distributed amongst tbe dis trcssfed «pengiTes -in order to reliert; tlieir. immediiite iprants. ' ;??? 'r':-'\ ' I4-. BcjmoHs stat*d from Mb |-Uce in Parliament that an eminent Gntdisn iionee bas offered to twrivey the -tnftils Ijerweea Knfrlsnd.and Anstralra fortnijlitly, in con-' sideratjon of a subsidy of fifty thousand ponnds (£50.000) per annom. : : .. ; ; . ..':.?. 8atnrdi«y.: *. Tbe trial of Martin for the SnKOrcok inurdHT ban been portponeil nnta the next criminal Bessions. '; - ? ?' ?'- .. * Flour is quoted at £l3~Uk.; wheat, .fe. ?*tv)..».,:-.,;,-'T'.':- . .

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the S. ST. Berald.) The Hon the l'rcsident of the Upper I House will shortly resign office, preparatory to visiting ti«c mother country on P^H I business. Various rumours have obtained currency with, respect to Mr. Wcntworth s successor, but the idea most generally en tertaUea is that the Hon. the Speaker of tl.VAssen.blv will be elevated to the vacant presidency. . I In compliance with a requisition ? which j b«s been addressed to him by a highly in fluential body of citizens, Mr. E. Torrens I (so well known as the author of the houth Australian Heal Property Transfer and lt.-'istration Act) delivered a lecture oil MJimlay evening, in the Temperance Hall, j for the purpose of explaining in all ite de tails the principle of his measure, and the result --r its operation in the sister colonies. A bill, framed on Mr. Torrens' plan, is at present before the Assembly and the pro iowd lecture will enable both hon. members 1 . .... _..i.i:» ♦„ in.ttWiuid how far tlie...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

MKLB0CBKB. Friday. AnjW 22. The Onvernment of Victoria have sus IKMided Drs. Bowen and Cailan. A .public banqnet ims b«en given to Wilson Gray, prior to bis leaving for Dun edin. ? Miller's scheme for the. formation of a settlement on the Gvil of Carpentaria bus Ttni*te-«*T£r wu- poiina. arid fifeen Bliif-* Hn^s depf-sit. The sales of the Nepretti rams realized « ?very lanre amounts One ram brought two hundred and eighty-tiro pounds. Grvnt fepecularions are going on in Mel bourne in the tobacco market. Tbe Escorts have- brought down rvrenty six thousand seven huBdred and ninety-one ounces. . : ' ' ?

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

PRUSSIA. Beklis, Jose 33bd. — The semi-official journal, Algrr.nne Zeitung of this morning, savs. in conscqncncc of the commimication | of'tltc prorogatiou of the new Ministry of | Cassel, which promises tht re-establishment 1 of the Constitution of 1831, aud of the Elec toral Law of 1S4S, tlie Government has civeu orders to stop the concentration of troops for the present ; however, action is rejvorted, should the new Ministry not realise their promises.

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

ITALY. Tceis. Jose 23bd.— It is nsscrted that a company lias been formed consisting of Kng- I lish aud Italian capitalists for tbe cultiva- | tion of cotton, on a large scale, in the ' Southern provinces. Tgdik. Joke 23bi) (Evening).— The Diritto of to-day, publishes a letecr from Sig Crispi, denying that Garibaldi has resigned the presidency of the National Emancipation Society, and stating that domestic affairs have ouligeo iiarihaldi to delegate him as representative. A royal decree has been issued closing the University of Pavia. The Italia asserts that the French are evacuating Vitcrbo.

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

TURKEY. 1 Belgrade, Jose 23bd.— The armisties be- j tween the Servians and Turks has been j prolonged until to-morrow, when the Com- , missioner of the Porte is expected to arrive. Hopes ore entertained of tue peaceful set tlement of the conflict. CosSTAXTC-orLE, Win Juke.— The Pacha of Belgrade has been dismissed from his 1»o** fiMr tfriof npon dio taira.' TE3mo Com. mlntMm, «i^S«,«~op Jo.p.Tr.hr^ tn Hnlg»-J. Beixibade, June 23si-.— The inaTSerer ni' the Austrian mail earner has been shot, in execution of the sentence of the court martial. Two of liis accomplices have been condemned to 20 years hard labour. A pro clamation has been issued stating that all persons guilty of acts of violence towards foreigners will be tried before a court martial.

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

RUSSIA. Some or the clandestine proclamations fir the moineut for a general revolutionary actittn on the 2nd of August, the Milieuiary j Anniversary of the foundation of the Bus- i siau Empire — already the Government warned by this threat, has adjourned the inauguration of it till the 8th of September. Private letters state that tue Government is surrounded by alarming symptoms.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 August 1862

Married. On the 21st instant, at East-street, Ips- wich, by the Rev. G. M. Reed, Mr. George C. Ross, to Miss Catherine McLean, both of Ipswich.

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ENGLISH MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

ENGLISH MISCELLANEOUS. Malta paptrs of tbe 5th contain long accounts of the enthusiastic reception given to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales by the inhabitants of that island. The qniet ship's barge in which the Prince landed was made to pass through two long lines of native gondolas, whose 'tray flags and awnings and bright colours nndur nur sourjiera snnshine looked novel and trapos inE. and reminded one stronjrlv of those bright and fairy scenes from the history of ?fair Veuico* so spiritedly illustrated tiy the gifted pencils of Canaaietti and Turner.' When the Prince landed, die governorintru dnced to him Canon Amata (as locum taunt of the Roman Catholic Bishop;, who was at the right band side oa Die jetty ; and then the elected members of the Council of Government, who were on tho left. A hand some bonguet of artificial flowers, made hy thentmsof St. Ursula, was then presented to the Prince by the children of several . respectable inhabitants, fie here catered one of the...

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A WARNING TO CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

A WABNDJG TO CANADA. The Tima. adverting to die rejection of the militia bill by the Canadian Parliament and the consequent ministerial crisis, «ayc: 'If Canada will not fight to protect its in dependence from invasion neither will Eng land. To ns thu exposure of Canada to foreign invasion is a secondary matter. To Canada herself it b life and death. Let her arai by all means, but let ber nut arm for our sake, bat for her own. Tbe question is nut one of dissolving or maintaining its con nection with Great Britain— that it may dis solve almost at pleasure. The question is of destroying or maintaining its own liberty and independence, of being a self-governed commonwealth, or a member, or, perhaps, as is talked of for the South, a subjugated ter ritory of the United States.

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