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THE COTTON QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

THE COTTON QUESTION. Tlie Tima says, tha weekly consumption of cotton for the United Kiugdoui. at the re duced rate of working, is believed to be 30.0(10 bales, and ive have been exporting weekly at the rate of 14,003. France U rela tively worse oJF for cnttnn than this country, as her stock this time last yaar was 332,000. and her present stock amounts only to 44.000. The present stock at L.iverpoo' is 260,900 hales. The interest in the question of tjie fatare supply is daily becoaiing more intense. The Ifonitmr rrahliatiei the convention de finitely settling the debt of Spain to France relative to Mexico. The Moaittur says, we are authorised to declare that the report of General Ixtrenccz has not reached the government. Tbe ex pected despatches wUl probably arrive by the end of the month.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. AMERICAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

EUBOPSAS INrELLIGESCE. AMERICAN AFFAIRS. The New York correspoadent of die Timer anticipates that the battle of Rich mond, happen when it may. will be tie real Waterloo of the war, and as obstinate and bloody a contest as desperation can make it. The Timtt. in a leader, observes that the war has now reached a point at which it is a scandal to humanity. It has become a war of extermination. Utter destruction may be possible or even imminent, but sub mission is as far off as ever. Both parties must, by this time, bs in their hearts tired of this strife. There has been blood enough shed, fortunes enough made, losses cnongfa suffered, and wrongs enough inflicted and endnred. The op;-ortu:iity must be either present or at hand when some potent American voice prudently calling peace may awaken an nnivenal echo. The New York correspondent of the Timtt nays unless Beauregard and the other Con federate leaders sneneed in retrentinc into Texas there is not the slightest hope for the canxe. Th...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

WZEKLT CiLEMJAU. A«CC5T I56_ j^^ . SDi ASI TOf TEE tut I n.at : Ulii. ' ) b. «. Mem .Attrn, ThnrrtUiy ss: « C3 : 5 41 ; 7 JO 24 0 50 rrid»T... z? 6:2 -; 5« je am 112 EttnrJuy M -i U , 5 41 I 4 7 \ 2 6 1 2 3i ??on.Ir.r .. II 6 29 ? i « { 5 7 i 2 M i 3 IS Hcildaj— Ij 6 15' 5 43 j ( 7 'sit! 4 II Tn«m.y_ 2| 6 IT ' 5« \ T T !«~| 4 48 ««ln.«duT:;- 6 16 : 4 44 , STiSSlSa) The ran-E risin? snd wrft-nj- i, oJcaUtrS to n«n ?if. HiEhvatrrat Ipnr:ch fonr bout* Uler.

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

GREECE. General Causal lias been called ou to form a Ministry. The new cabinet is composed as follows : — President of the Council and Minister of the Interior, Gen. Causei ; Minis ter of War. 3L Spirojnil,,; Minister «f Ma rine, M. Mexis ; Minister of Public Worship. M_ Hatkiokas; Minister of Finance. JL In villas ; Minister of Justice, M. Kliopulas Minister of Foreign AfiVurs, M. Thocsaris.

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

HAIL AKHANGKMESTS AT THE POST OFFICE. ^_ ? j lTSTTICH. I ifteirTr-a BusiAtn i13*3^- Sund»y er- p^n.v, Snadav «x M?tcl.3pm- I «pt«J, Tp.i. TooifMBM JToe«l»j-, 11.30 ?.m.TTniTslav and STm .fcii.lM.-o; ITu-ilar, bfua. jSanday, S pja. The foregoing Mails arrive at their desti nation as Pjllows ; — Bbi«b^V .. Daily. Sunday excepted, 10 n.TO. Toowoombx 'WerJn.'sdty. II a.m.; Sator -lav, n p.in. i Dbattos. . . . Weduesday, noon ; Satardsy, Gpoiu IVabwicx .. Ta»9liy, 4 p.m.'; Saturday llajn. Kavakco . . Friday, noon.' The following Mails are contingent for time on the arrivals of the steamers; anJfor these snch Rrrangcments arc made as are »iost likely. to jneet public convenience, viz.: Maryborough, Gladstone, and Bockhamp ton. every alternate Sunday or Mon - day,~asT!otIfied in the local papers of the previous Friday and Satuidav. Ken- South Wales and the other Austra lian colonies, as opportunitv ofiers, usually twice a week- Hours of clos ing exhibited at Pest Onica. Europe, on some day...

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

TURKET. Tb9 Servian Gorernmcat has protested to the caarauteeingpatrsrsagaUigtbr Turkish military demonstration, and has declined all responsibilities eventualities. In the Herzegovina, Dcrvisch Pasha has entered Xikaicli «itii provisions. On the 5th instant, he took the Ostrog entrenchments by assault, afttir a combat lasting five hours.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

C^c Ijfcvtjj Australian. TPS WICB. TIWRSDA Y.AlWUS TZS. I S&l. We scarcely kmow -whether to consider the HebbEst Mmistry as defenct or not. Even assuming that Mr. Hot fatt trill be retamed foe some consti- ! tuency, it seems to be more than doaut- , fal whether the nominal head of tiie j Ministry \rill ever retnrn to the colony. Bat should the Colonial Secretary be unsuccessful in his ambitious aspira tions, and kindly again bestow on this colony his presence, he will meet the Parliament next session irith a Minis try totally different from his ?fin:strv of 1860. Mr. Pring, it is true, re mains Sedct ccicniKiaque sedebil. Under these circumstances can it \ritli truth be 'boasted, as it frequently has been, that Queensland bas carried on Respon sible Government for three sessions withont a change of .Ministry. The present Hebbebt Ministry remind one of the boots belonging to a gentleman who boasted that they had lasted him i for more than a year. He forgot, how ever, to tell ...

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

RUSSIA. The Northern Rut publishes a circular of General Palanieff, ordering all governors of citie* to convene tha assemblies of the citi zens for tb« examination of the new plan of administration for the communes. It de clares that the Government can no longer continue to hear the whole weight of public affairs, and concludes by ordering tbe govcr

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

ULTEST DMTEIXIGEKTCE. {From tit Courier.) SYDSEY. Mondav. 6 p.m. By tlic last mail was received a despatch | from the Duke of Keweastle, acknowled I gingtbe receipt of the address of condolence | adopted by the Sydney Corporation on the receipt of the intelligence of PrihcerAlbcrt's decease. [ An extensive conflagration ocenrnia at j Gondapti. yesterday, which resulted hi the j total destruction of Mr. Bessim's store. j The damage is estimated xt £40(10, hut BIr. ! Biissen was liapnilv insured in the Victoria Office. Three bnshramrers Lave stuck np seven Chinese at Cresirick, robbing them of all the valuable property ther pos sessed- Tlie Lancashire Belief Fund now amounts to nearly £S00O. H.M.S. Orpbeas has returned to port, the doty of conveying the Governor of Queens land to C.in? York having been assigned to B.M.S. Finueer. The most strcnaons efforts are bein«p made ; to--£e£ea£ Use St*£«.«Id AbuUtimi Sill. 1.- - nxy.~ ftrinflf *f— n ?tniin ? *-l' ^l»w lilrwil— mi ? ] memorial. ...

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

PRUSSIA. Tbe address proposed by Boon Ton Tincke. and the Conservative amendment of Berr Ceichsnsperger, have been rejected by a Ur.-e majority. Hcrr Bnsgen's amend- ment asking for a development of the con stitution, so as to establish the independence of the communes and district administra tiaua, an I for tlie reduction uf the taxation to a decree correspondincr with the resources of the nation, was agreed to. The amend ment of Ilerr von Vybels was agreed to by 253 against 55 votes. The address proposed by the commission, modified liy the above mentioned amendments, was then agreed to hy 219 against 101. The King if said tn have returned the fnl loning answer to a deputation from West plulia. who waited upon him at Potsdam on the2tlth : — ?? The persens who have accepted tlie elections say 'Parliament and Royalty.' but I say ' Bovalty and Parliament.' Nothing else is pussilifc inPrnsria. They who seduce the tuition are my enemies, it mast now be seen whether it is possible to go ...

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MELBOURNE. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

MELBOPBNBT. Mondav. * D.m. Tvro dead bodies were fonnd in the Yarra this morning, one of which is supjiosed to be that of Mr. SempHIl, the merchant Tnesday. The Bev. Mr. Crouch, late chaplain of the ! emigrant ship Boanerges, whose eccentrici I ties have afforded matter for comment bv the Press, has been arrested on a charge of forgery, and has been remanded far the pro duction of further evidence. A serious riot took place at Castlemaine between a. nnmucr of Irishmen and Italians. - ? nki r ? ii ?? .i m.ifj hi nil iti. a stab front a knife. A new qnartz reef has been discovered at Back Creek, most extraordinarily rich in its auriferous nature. One hundred ounces of gold were the yield from crashing sixty pounds of qnartz. All the available «»lnTi«*g were immediately allotted.

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

AUSTBIA. Tbe prolonged debate on the Budget question has been brought to a very sud den and unexpected close. Tbe Lower Chamber refuses either to impose new taxes or to augment those which already .exist until (he sum required bv Government hats been definitively fixed. * The Minister of finances was directly charged with * short-. aightedaess, inconsistency, and rashness.** So it seems be is as bad as Mr, Gladstone. M. too Planer spoke at length in bis own defence, and M. Ton Scbmerling followed on the same aide ; bnt as M. von Hopfen, the Beporter of the Committee of Finances, had ^previously informed the lionse that die JCiuster.of Finances had made a great juis ttkein bis calculations, aa the deficit for 1862 was 74.000.0008, and not 60.000.0009 (£7.400,000). it showed its want of confi dence in M. too Piener. by expressing its resolve 'not to take in hand the question relative to the augmentation of tbe taxes, 'until it had been made evident what Burn of money would effect the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

stotice. COUNTRY Subscribers or Advertisers whose Aceonnts are £1 or npwards, vill oblige by an early remittance. Nobth Atj-tkatjas Office, - 1st July, 1552. NOTICE. '|-EBS6-TS INDEBTED to the Forth .1 Australian for Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the 30th June last, inclusive, are respectfully 'requested to be feobpt in the settlement' of their accounts. Agents arc requested to make immediate remittances and statements of moneys col late'* on account of this establishment. ' X.jrth Australian ' OGce, Ipswich, 21st May, 1S62. '~~ . K0T3CE. ''' TNTEXDING- Subscribers are reminded _1 that the present is thenrstissneof this Journal for the quarter. Persons coiling at tiiri office, or sending a written order, will lsarc the paper delivered regularly at their address. ? ' Terms : Quarterly, in advance ..' 9s. Ditto, credit „_.,_... 10*. Xok-ra Austbahut Office,- ' ? 1st July, 1862.. ? ' .:. .^ - ; JTOTKife QtfBSCBroEBS. 'receiving their papers O jirregiBsxlyi5 either tlirourfi tins Po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

? AX» (KMSSUSB CENRXA1. ADVBETI5BR, IB published on Tcesdat, Tawreojiv. and Satcbdat morning*, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. k TEKMI OF.«TB*CBlmoX. Pet-Qaarter, inadvimcs . Sg j Per Quarter, credit ? '' ]^'-] Single Number ? .'' g^' TheQnarters terminate on thaSUt March. 30th Jane, 30& September, and 31st Decent- 1 * - £*' ** *lucIl£Br».'rf»-'«ly can resignation I ???HH Tiro tine*, or under a quarter «f aa 1 inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch ? I 0 j Bix lines, or under tbroe-quutan of I an inch ? * * Eight lines, nr under on« inch ? S 0 ] Kvary additional cigfct lina*. uder j anincb. ? I 0| TBSKS OF PISCOCST. S Consecutive Insertions ? 10 Tl cent. It ? W „ 28 .. - ? » „ 'The number of insertion! must b» written on the face «f each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must bt paid for previously , to publication. Orders countermanding Advertisements ?wi...

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

COMMERCIAL. Pbodcce Hecetvtd. — By Tifrssr- G H Wilson and Co. : 470 hides. TViCn.: l.y Messrs. 'Walter Gray end On. : 8 casUs tal low. GREiCo.; bv R. Forrest: 3 casks tallnw, 2 bales wool SO hides, and 10 bales sheepskins. Mackenzie's Weekly Ketoet.— B. C. Mackenzie reports auction aale on the 23rd instant, of three sewing machines, for £102 €s. The demand for draught horses still continues. Worthy. roadsters maeh in re quest; paused three this week, 1 at £22. 1 at £IS, and 1 at £17. The continued drought has made a vast difference In the stylo— tow in condition and truly abject. la lvorkin' bullocks noil-ing done, tiioss offered sbou? ing no equivalent to the money asked ; there is, however, very urgent enqui'rv being made a by Northerners for purchasing.' In loading for the roads there is a great advance ; iu fact, it is impossible to obtain drays fur the interior at any price : as much is 20s. per cwt has been offered for Callandooc ? no takers. Labor Market — All our newcomers ...

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SHIPPING DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

SHIPPING DEPARTURES. Acoust 2T. — Yarra Yarra, steamer,' BOO tons. Captain Knight, for Sydney. Passengers — Miss Cudinore, Mrs. Ogilvie and two chil dren. Miss Beit. Mr. and Mrs. Swinbourn. Mrs. Firman. Messrs. J. jRiissell, W. J. Munee, G. Swinson, T. G. Robinson. J. Hunt. C. Antard, and betwceivv&3 and 30 in the steerace. August 23.— Theresa, ship. 70t tons. Cap tain Kenncdv, for Madras, in ballast. EXPOETS. Tana Yarra: 1 box, A. Gaskarth ; 3 cases - ? fruit. T. Clarke; 36 cases frait. D. SIcyring ; S cases fruit, 10 benches bnnanas. J. Brown - 1 parcel, G. D. Webb ; 4 esses fruit. J. P. Meitle; 1 ba^sTeet potatoes, XV. Mason; 1 casefroit, S. Davis; t linnch bananas, W. Haynes: 2* esses trcit, RCnlcock; 2 boxes lo~gageF Davis. . By an advertisement is another eolemn it will be seen that the foiloirinc clirrM jeS^'^aSpi^ *' thT »S«KT of Messrs. tons; Wansfcll. 777 tans; and Mbntmo rency. 751 tons register. The enterprise, tor this young coloay. is a verv bold one and we sin...

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THE PRIVATE OF THE BUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

THE PBIVATE OF THE BUFF& BT EIB F. H. OOYIX. 'Sore Sciks. and a private of the Ban's, having remained behind with the grog carts, fell into Hie bands of the Chinese. On tbe next morning, they were brouerht * before the authorities, and commanded to perform the £ok-». The Seiks ooeveJr but Moyso. the English soldier. eVela'ring that ho would not prostrate himself before any Chinaman alive, was immediately knocr.eoT upon the head, and bis Tindv thrown on a thinfrhnl.- — Set China Cam'tpmdatt ef the Time*. Last nipht among bis fellow ronghs. He jested, quaffed, and swore;. A drunken private of the Buffs, Who never looked before. To-day, beneath tbe foeman's frown. He stands in Elgin's place. Ambassador fram 'Britain's crown. And type of all her race. Poor, reckless, rude, low-born, untaught. Bewildered and alone, A heart, with English hisfihet ftwight He yet can calThis own. Ay, tear bis body limb fmm limb, Bring cord, or axe, or flame : H« °'fy knows, that cot through ;.,« ona...

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

,',T jOTTWIf-* *Jir TJie. principal members of the Prussian, Bavarian, Hessian, Baden, Wortemburg, Nassau, Thnringcn, Becklenburg, and Frankford Diets have held a meeting to deliberate oa the early convocation of as assembly of representatives, for the disens eion of the leading German political questions. Austrian deputies are to be in vited. A committee of four members, two of whom are Anstrians, has been elected by \ tbe assembly to carry out these resolutions.

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

MISCELLANEOUS. GoRTLtas in Ltve&poou — Within tbe last few days an importation has becn made to Liverpool likely to prove of very consider able interest, not only to men of science, but to the public generally. Mr. B. B. Wal ker, a gentleman Tor several years resident at the flaboon, has brought with him to this country very valuable remains of seve ral specimens -if gorillas, partly preserved ia spirit aud partly in a dry state, lor ske letons. Among tbc former is a perfect spe cimen «if a youug animal which lived in Mr. Walker's p*-scssii-n for stnic time at the Galloon, and which he had hoped to hring alivo to England, but in which he was dis appuiuted, as the animal succumbed at last to die effects of a wound in tbe waist re ceived during captnre. In strong contrast to the above, which presents a mild inoffen sive appearance, isthuhead of an adult male animal. This measures fully 14 inches from the driu- to the nape, and is bulky in pro portioa. Tlie hands aud feet of ti...

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

ITALY. The Minister of Finance has made his financial statement. The year I860 doted with a deficit of 23J miiiions lire, 1861 with 28 millions in hand, and in I&52, tbere would be m. deficit of 600 millions. The Minister proposed the sale of the public demesnes by auction, and estimates the proceeds by their net revenue; the Bale of certain church property, whose value greatly exceeds the entire deficit: and the increase of the Treasury bonds by 100 millions. Tbe Bud get is stated to have produced a favonrable ropreaainn. aud caused a rise in the last Italian loan. The Cabinet of Vienna prohibits tbe in troduction of Italian newspapers into the in teirior. The felt celebrating tbe canonisation of the Japanese Martyrs has been solemised. The ceremony lasted six hours, and was attended by 44 cardinals and 24S bishops, as well as by the diplomatic corps. The Basilica of tbe aticalf was magnificently decorated, and lighted by .10,000 wax tapers. The Marquis de Lavalette contrib...

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