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

IMPOUXDDJGS. At Ipswich, by Police. — Bay mare, small star, off hind foot white, HC near ribs. 1£ not released on or before tie loth Septem ber. 1862, will be sold.— A. Uasexkamp. Poundkecper. At Draj-tun, from Westbrook, on the 5th; ihiy of August, 1862, by order of Messrs. M'Lean aud Beit. Dm n aces and drivine ex penses Ss. C4. per head. — Strawberry cow,, like DD off rump, top off cur; red and white bullock, like '— over H off shoulder and1 tfiii^li ; strawberry, bullock, blotch brand like WR off rump, like H off ribs, slit near ear - yellow and white cow, like H off rump ;: strawberry bullock, like ~~ over H. off rhi^h - red and white Imllock, ^E near ribs, slit near ear; red sod white bullock, like GH or GB near rump, illegible, brand like MD near ribs ; white bullock, like 8 off thigh, like-. CX off ribs, top off car; red and white poicy cow, HM off ribs and shoulder. If not re leased on or bsfnre tho 30th day of August. 16o2. will be sold to pay expenses. — Abthur IjjOVD, Pb...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

BBISB A3STE. (From the Courier.) Kew Blasting 1'owdee.— Testerday af ternoon, an ex(-eriment w»s mule at Mr. Petrie's quany, Sinitii Brisbane, es to wh? tlier or not some Hasting powder — a che mical preparation of common siw-dnst, pre pared by Mr. Fnrnival. engineer, of this town— possessed the power ascrilted to it. Several gentlemen icon or less interested in the result, were in attendance, amomrst whom we noticed the Minister fi»r Lands the Colonial Architect, Mr.Pluws. Alderman Petrie, and other gentlemen. We are happv to state that fire experiment' wr.s a decided success, and Mr. Fnraival demonstrated in the most nnmistakcable manner, tiitit a pound of his blasting powder— the cost of whicb- would be nbont that of half of the same, weight yT this powder geoerallv'-Tised — was capable of producing an eqnal effect to two pounds of the ordinary powder, being a reduction of smnctiiing like sei-entv-five percent, oa-tlie present price oT Wasting — no mean consirTcration, when the q...

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SUPREME COURT—TUESDAY. IN BANCO. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

SUPBEStE COUKT.— Tcesdat. Is Basco. Before his Honor Sfr. Justice Lutwrehe. On the motion of the Attorney-Genem?. Mr. Charles Sydney Dick, an attorney of the Supreme Court of Xew South Wales, was admitted, conditionally, to practise for twelve months as an attorner, snlicitor, and proctor of tbe Supreme Court of Queens. Una. The Cortrt then adjourned me die.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

FOREIGN I-iTELLlGESCE. FRANCE. The Opinion KaltonaU publishes a curious correspondence between the French commis sioners and tlie Mexican Foreign Minister. It may be thns summed up : — ' The French commissioners state that they have heard that the Mexican Government had sold a large slice of Mexico to the United States. They protest against it. The Minister for Foreign Affairs acknowledges the receiyt of their protest against a treaty making over a slice to the United States. He begs to inform them that the Mexican Government will make what treaties it thinks fit, and adds that, in the opinion of the Mexican Government, their Excellencies are inter fering in a matter wholly beyoad their con cern.' The report on the imposition of snr-taxes and new taxes, made by II. Legres, in the name of tbe committee appointed to exa mine this question, has been read. The committee proposes the rejection of tbe ad ditional tax oa salt, and tlie adoption of that on EngarE, which will come into opera...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

the cmij war nr amebica. {From tie London Evening Sun, June 26'. The latest intelligence from tbe newly captnred city, Memphis, reports all quiet Tiie Memphis papers in general con6rm the Ffrtcrat accounts of the proceedings which' led to the surrender of that city, incladin? the destruction *f the Confederate fleet. They recommend the citizens to submit to their fate with calmness, but to keep aloof ' from the invader, and to fearlessly maintain their lovaltv to their own Government and State. ' Colonel Filch, as acting commander of the Federals at Memphis, bad issued tbe following general notice : — ' Headquarters, Indiana Brigade, Memphis, June 7 ' The nndernicned: with the troops under his command, has taken military possession of the ciry in tbe name of tha Government of the United States, for the purpose of' asserting the supremacy tif the constitution and laws of the Union, and restoring the peace and protection of public and private property, and tbe lives of its citizens. H...

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ADELAIDE. Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

ADELAIDE. Monday. 8 p.m. ! The Lady Bird (s.J arrived at Gleuelg at ! three o'clock on Saturday afteruoen. 1 The Jet is wrecked at'M-DonaU Bay. Messrs. Poussard and- Douay, after having been most successful in Adelaide and other provinces, hare quarrelled witti their agent. Sir. Smith. The gentlemen of the lone robe seem likely to obtain the result of their earnings. The Thebarton races are fixed for the 4th September. A telegram has been received from the late Governor Sir Richard M-Dunnell. announcing bis safe arrival' in die Suffolk A meeting is to be held in the Chamber of Commerce to raise subscriptions on behalf of the Lancashire operatives. Great satisfaction is expressed at -the ex ertions of Mr. Cnmmusunar Duttun at tbe Great Exhibition. A man named John CnHenhas commited suicide at North Adelaide. An accident has happened to Mr. Justice Bootliby. On oitmng into bwn to attona Honor, who was- attended by Sir. Corse, was much hurt. M'Kinlay's party, new twelve months away, ar...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, August 15, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

HELBOUBNE. Friday. Atiinist T5. S P.m. (From the S. M. Hrral£\ The rnles nisi to sequestrate tiie estates of Enoch Chambers and Father Barry were discharged. Landsboronrrh has arrived in Melbourne, after crossing the continent, having left Brisbane in August 1861. Not one single trace of Burke was fonnd dating the jour nev. The exnlorinffBartv suffered consider ably for the want of fot-d. bat not from water. Landsborongb'e track is altogether eastward of Burfecrs comiti v. No traces of Soames Davis' body hare yet been found in Gippdand. Another jury has fonnd a verdict, on the death of a patient named Good, in the Yarra Bend Asylum, adverse to the management. The coroner having asked the opinion of the Judge relative-to tiie inquest open Turner's death, and enquiry into the state of the ¥arxa Bend Asylum, his Honor stated that the jury were entirely under -be control of the coroner, who, if. he found confinement injur ious to their health, might discharge them. After this decision t...

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

THE E03IAX QUESTION. (From the Times Paris Correspondent.) The dissolution of the Legislative Body j immediately after the present Session is decided upon. The Emperor, it is true, declared not very long ago that ho woald allow the Ciaiubar to complete ite legal terra, but for various satisfac tory reaains he lias thought fit to change his mind. I tl - not alTirm that he may not again changa it; bat at the moment I write these lines the resolution to j release the Deputies and send them to ! their constituouts is adapted. The j Emperor, and siinc, if not all, of his ! confidential advisers arc clearly of | opinion that it would be imprudent to ; allow the return of tb.2 bish-ps and priests from Home to precede, tiie elec tions. Those ecclesiastics will, no doubt relate in all the pulpits of the large towns, and from the altars of every village of the empire, the impres sion they reseived from what they wit nessed in the Eternal City, aad this in the mo3t gloTinq liogaagj. The effect...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. BEFORE E. R. Dr[?]ry, Esq. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

IPSWfCH POLICE COURT. Bepoee E. It. Drnry, Esq. Tcesdav. Acoost 2(s. Begina v. W. Be«er.— In this case tbc defendant was charged witUsVv-irrog selling. Information withdrawn, in comcqnencn of its havmg been bud under a misapprehen sion. ?Xe&n Cblemnt y.Ahn.nirimni ir muiil., the evidence civen on both sides, the defen dant was ordered to deliver possession of the mare, together with her increase, to plaintiff. Wedsetoav. August 27. There was no business before ihe Court this morning. B'STEB FOB THE WojTPH. — August 29. .T. Fleming and J. Mtvrjihv. September 2, F. Korth and J. Panton.

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

«|T ANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to tT Mrs. BROUSHTON. Mortimer-street 'YVTAMTED. a YOUTH, from 14 to 16 TT years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing; business. Apply office of this paper. TJ/' ANTED, by a Respectable Person, a f f Situation as HOUSEKEEPER to a Widower or Single' Gentleman; -bush pre ferred. Address F.M.. Mrs. Dcris*s Board ing House, East-street. Ipswich. TTTAKTBD. a Steady MAS. to proceed to T T the Lower Condamine with a bullock dray. Wages no object. Apply ,to W. J. BELFQBD.rNorthAiistrjilian' office. . A GBAXD VOCAL AND USSTEUMENTAI. Wl f'L BE G X V E N in the ? ?1IALL OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. by«he A3L%.TEIJBS OF IPSWICH, OB Tcs£dat Bvemsa Next, ? - ' . ?' ???.*!»?? iso SEPTEMBEJ, 1862. ? io«ia«J*he ' '? '??-' OISTfiESSSD OPEBAimS OF LAN CASHIBE, ; .' ? - jnn HilucliMMScaaiaii MAOJEMdlSEtiljB MART *'***™f ??;. :--.i ??-., --ikMianffly '. -. : '' ? ' ? qonsentaa to 'tab part in a»Perfotni*nce Wl -paitiettUn w a ftttnrt is*a«. To Sb...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

NOTES .flJXnD JMJtJWS 111 ' U The Westers Downs Elechos.— At the time of closing the. Telegraphic Office last evening no telegnun bad been received by us as to the final state of the poll for the Western Downs. The feet of onr not having done so, is doubtless owing to many of the polling places being situated so tar from Drayton, Goondiwindi, for instance, being 180 or more miles distant. We learn, how ever, that at Clifton die votes recorded were &r Moffiitt 9, Hirst 1. Tbe chances, as at present known, an decidedly in. Mofiatt's &Tor. Mb. Joed*h.— The *? Conner ' remtrlM as under on the on dit mentioned in a late issue of ours as current in- Brisbane relative to an alleged preference shewn by Mr. Jordan for the ships of the Messrs. Baines and Co.. and by which preference rumour stated Mr. Jordan became a bcneStted party. 'We feel bound to state that we had also heard the report alluded to in the foregoing ex tract, but as it iuvoWed a very serious charge against a ...

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

AMERICA. (From thcTimei.) It is plain that the time is approaching when Europe will have to think seri ously of its relations to the two belli gerents in the American war. A con test is raging of which we can predict nothing but that every week wiil add to the hatred of the two communities. and will spread wider and wider. The state of affairs disclosed to us by the last advices deserves anxious considera tion. Along an immense frontier, from the ocean to the Mississippi, armies amounting at the lowest estimate to nearly a quarter of a million on each side- ucre opposed, in. military operations must be slow, toilsome, ana uncertain: Both in Virginia and Tennessee the North had beea checked in ite advance i-y want of men, or by the difficulties of transport and commissariat, and most of all by the determined attitude of the Confederate armies. Although success ful iu tho spring campaign, and favored with a mast important and unlooked-for victory in the capture of New Orleans, yet, at...

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

KOME. ' Thursday was, however, the* day rf days, and In the evening I witnessed 8'ichascene, so pictaresquB,6o mediaeval, bo astonishing in every point of view, that the picture clings to my brain with a tenaditv that I cannot overcome. * The Bishop of Lille, is to preach in the Coliseum' said a friend; s- down I drove as rapidly as I could. Outside the colossal ruin there were carriages by the hundred, and, entering under neath one of the lofty arches, I saw a vast crowd assembled round an . altar, close to which was a platform, on which stood the Bishop in full canonicals. Seated on the arches right -and left -of him were his own assistant-priests, and many others, French by their- white bands' tipped with black, .and soldiers and ladies. Behind him also were a number of soldiers on the upper line of arches; many of the regular infantry, and the Papal Zouaves in their blue uniforms, and wita their caps off. Here, there, and everywhere were grouped as spectators; rather than audito...

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QUEENSLAND IN THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

QUEENSLAND IK THE EXHIBITION. (From the lima.) Qcteehsland. tbe latest-born of out Austra lian colonies, makes an excellent show in the Exhibition, and to judge from .the great variety of the products exhibited, theru arc few countries blessed with a more produc tive soil or a greater variety of resources. As tbe colony is but yet in 'its third year, the articles in most cases must be regarded as specimen? rather of the canabilitics of tho colony than of actual results achieved. Tlte fait object which attracts attention is the cotton, of whicli tltcre are numerous specimens. Tbe quality of the Sea Island cotton is remarkably fine, and has been priced by such authorities as .Mr. Bailey and Mr. Ashwnrth at 3s. 3d. to 3b. 6vl. per pound. Iu the recent discussion in die Honso of Commons on tbe cotton supply, Mr. Barley expressed his bolief that from the great valley of the Murray we might in a year or two obtain all the cott.m we needed, if the requisite labor could be ob tained; and as...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. REPLY TO MR. REED'S SECOND [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 August 1862

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. REPLY; TO MB. RESETS SECOSP Sib, — As regards slavery.' althougb the- lee- tnrer pooh-poohed it, arid endeavoured, in his uncaadid way. to prove the wholesale conversion of his- opponents by his irresis tible arguments, vat be unwittingly proves .that the whole tendency of the system of Indian importation is to slavery. Let as quote, from Mr. Baud's second lecture, ' Well then, my dear Smith,' say* SirGeerge, ?? von sea Kir William's Terv careful of his children; be let some of them away from home, and as they're not 6d wide awake as tbe people they fell among, and were actu ally made slaves of, he cot horribly angry, and swore mightily by his beard thatbe'd never let one of them away again.' 'But, the haytben, sure he doesn't think that I'd make slaves of them?' And farther on, ' Well, yon see. Sir George, the fact of the: matter is that my youngsters have been kicked and cuffed about in such s way from home, that rm determined in future toknow very well what...

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

Birth. At her residence, Ellenborough-street, on the 26th instant, Mrs. Daniel Collins of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

TKTAXTELVa YOUTH, from 14 to 16 IT years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to tbe Printing business. Apply office of this paper. \\l ANTED, by a Besniectable Person, a YV Situation as HOUSEKEEPER to a Widower or Single Gentleman; bosh pre ferred. Address F.M., Mrs, Dans'a Board ing House. East-street. Ipswich. E^ T A T L 0 B iLateC&WanyJ, FAMELT & DISPENSIKG CHEMIST, B&UrATBEBT, IPSWICH. Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Beceipts accurately compounded. B0ASD AMD EESIDEHCE T-fEB. AXPHEN, Brisbane Street, TirONE^.JO iEM-, ontjood freeboH '''^XKAtBON THOMPSON. : „('-'.; fiolicitor, ??,?;_; \ ^v,.,.- , ? apraieh.-' '': ?-??;;' , JB3BEWABP, .~ ~; CfTEATETO frnmipewiob in Jane last; O one Jarge BAT .HOBSE, accustomed to harDess,jtraiu^PI ootheneatahoulder, * *9tc mbtiMj icy juA ^nSL p-p jpy* iMnwit^Bty ' bfUieharseto JOHN WATTS, Esq., Eton Vale,l-»y&n: wto :? .. ' ? ? ? ' «**?,-, 'rwmmssDsm &m^- _ j In aid of the Distressed O...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

NEW SOUTH WAJ.ES. (From tht S. S. Herald.} Quite a commotion lias beea caused in the Assembly by »he course *r!i:c!i the Govern ment have taken in respect to the bill for prohibiting future grants in aid of religion. It will be remembered that Mr. W. Forstcr's amendments for repealing lbc Church Act and .Schedule C of the Constitution Act (a« tlie most effectual and proper way of aboli shing tbe existing system uf apTlowuicutJ were opposcdjjy jg&£g*SZ£&£SSFSSSSS:' and-^iiyth.ItjfWIr-'^fcdugsdav evening, fiowiver. tlie Culouial Secretary him«vlf carried tbe recommittal uf the bill, and by tbe aid of his usual supporters introduced amendments precisely similar to those which he bad previously opposed when moved bv Mr. Forster. Tile third reading of the bill, as thus amended, was set down fur last Thursday evening, but the Catholic clerijy having presented a petition to be heard by counsel at the bar, the order of the day stands postponed until after the House s':all ha...

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

THE BUBNETT. » (Fnw the Burnett Armx.) . :? On Thursday last. Mr. Hairy Hondin gave hi* second entertainment. )tb .a jrell-fiUed. ' boose. He appeared in various characters, tad afforded hw audience an inunens* deal of amuMment. On Saturday last he-gave mother wtertaimncnt. The house on Hue occasion was crowded, and from the peals «T laughter beard frr.meveiyouarterof.it, it waa clear that his audience waa* well * fleasad. Before h» leaves Gayndah, we he ?feve only temporarily, he intends lgiving ? \ iiaother entertainment, when we tout ho. i I Wnbe abletosecnreaibumperiiouse. -We I 1 Save heanl it stated that Mr. Houdin is to .' I aecome a permauent residpnt of Gayndsh; I —that he intends to open' r»on»- for ,4m I *^rii^j; of o-meinpanii,«acal and instrt: t- - Lfiental music, -to:. We congratulate tiia f »«nbers of out cbmmniiUy at'fheirancoess' i I ta aecurinc the aerrices of snoh an aecom .' I ffi»liedarfist,*ad w^eanStfUrtlp tfainkCne' bat that our dramatic society will beneSt c...

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THE NORTHERN PORTS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 30 August 1862

TJS2E NVOKXBCBEtlXr POSTS By the Queensland we are in receipt of journals to the 21st instant. MARYBOROUGH. Cttows ZiiXDS Sale. — From die 'Govern- ment Gazette' we learn that there -will be a sale of Crown Lands at Maryborough on Monday, 15th September, consisting of 12 town lots, in the town of Maryborough, from 1 .acre to 1 acre 4J perches each, npset price £13 per acre; 13 suburban lots, town oi nuiryoorougn, from Z to 10 acres eacb, upset price from £3 tn £5 per acre : and 32 country lots, county March, parishes Mary borough sod Tiaaaa, vpaat price £i per acre. Asototeb DisArronfTMEsr. — On reference to our shipping column it will be seen that the ' Ariadne ' sailed for Brisbane on the 1 5th June. W ACCIDEST AT THB UnTOS SAW HlIXA. ? I ; Our readers will remember that about three : months ago, as&wvcroatned Biack, cmploj-ed !at the Union Mills, was frightfully injured about the face and head. ' He lingered for a considerable time, but has, during the last week or two, b...

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