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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

MAIL ABRAXftEtfEXTS AT THE POST OFFICE. ^ .. f eeptM, 9 pm. Jei-yttM, 7 pin. Tcovmku J Fn4iy.Sp.rn. day. Snjn. Uaiirral J Fria»v,Spm. ! dav.Spja. T--1_TT-_- J Mon*i»v, 12L30 fun- Thursday and Sun vuwics.. | Thursday, Spjn. I dit,5p.D. 37atju^co* (TaesJfcr, S pjn. JSaadar. S p m. The foreyfltng Mails arrive at their desti nation as follows : — Bbisease .. Daily, Snsday ercepted, 10 ajn. Toowoojuu. VTednesday. II ajn.; Satur day. 6p.m. DitiTTON.... Wednesday, noon ; Saturday, 6 p.m. ?Waettic*. .. Taes-Uy, 4 p.m£ Saturday 11 a.m. NufAXGO .. Fi-iday. noon^ ^ The following Mails am ennrinsent for time on the arrivals nf the steamers ; ana for these such arrangements are made as are most likely to meet public convenience, viz.: Maryborough, Gladstone, and Rockhamp ton, every alternate Sumlsy or Mr-n- il.\v, as notified in the l'-cal jiapnrs of th« previous Friday aad Saturday. Kew Soaili Wales and the other Austra lian colonies, as nppjrt-.inity offers, ustwlly twice a week- Honrs of clos...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

gatndah; (From Se Mhrgbormgh ChnxicU Cormpon datl.). an* tiie drougbt. WJbenr be not *speedy change, our untUoiB must sustain ruinous fosses; for ah-eady on- some stations' the lambs are- being sacrificed to save tbe ewes. Both, cattle and horses- are- dying for the wont of water. ,— At a sale of horses (be other day, the prices ranged font 30s. to £3, The animals were certainly a. scrubby lot, and in low condition, SheepareadVancing, fat wethers not being obtainable at a. less figure than Hs.«a: Mr. Abbott, of fhfr Brisbane Joint Stock Bank, is in town, but I regret to hear does not feel warranted- in- recommending the establishment of a. branch here. No doubt he is right, form anra little too precocious sometimes'. Onr town- has- rafter « Deserted appear ?ace jnst now, owing to » number of onr working hsnd»having'g»ae-to the stations to -assist in -Ismbing ami shearing'. There aref from this cause m number of empty booses'.' Trade is nrs condition of almost unparalleled dutneis. N...

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The North Australian. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

TUESDAY. SETTBSBEB 2, 1862. The re-election of the Colonial Trea surer for the Western Downs furnishes another proof of the compact which exists between the HEBBEBTezna 3Iacaliste& administration and tbe pastoral tenants of the Crown. How ever distasteful may be the acts of the Esecntire to the general public, matters bat little to the holders of office, so lone as the subdivision of the colony into electorates and tbe nature of tbe ?- - - fy^n^V.;^ give to Ctown tenants s de cided preponderance in the government of the country. It requires only under present circumstances that the interests of this class should be made paramount to every other, to ensure to the Eseca tire a continuance in office, even though the whole of the other inhabitant!} of the colony should have good reason for desiring other and better advisers for her Majestyr in the government of the colony. 'This feet of the ascendancy of pas toral interests and pastoral political power supplies tie key to the po...

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ROCKHAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

ROCKHAJnTOS' TBcroirowTng items are from the 'H'anr- bornngh Cbronrcle.'' A Ore occurred at Bockhampton on tTie ntgnt of tne If-IBth msi. Soon after mid night the BbBetfn office was observed1 to he fn names, w&ich extended' S9 rapidly tha* the building and'all its contents were utterlv destroyed'. The fire-quickly extended* to the anvtimne- bmTdTncs-. and in tfic ennrse nfan hour ana a half the Cnstnm House, Bonded Store, a tailnribg cstuWIsljiacnt, and » por tion of Mr. Rutherford's Chemists* sh'opnns Post Omee, were reduced to ashes. The heavy machinery in the Bulletin Office was bent into every conceivable shape, and tbe smaller ironware-fairly melted bv the heat. Mr. Buzacott being but partially' insured, is a huavy loser, a large printing plant, stock of stationery, and' every account hook hav ing been destroyed. Between £300 and £400 worth of property in tho bonded store beluiig iug to the local merchants, was also des troyed. The losses of Messrs. Rutherford and Pross...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

LATEST XT3 'X' HTiTJQBWOB. [Per Electric Telegraph.} STDHBY. '?? ?' ? ???--??? Ffboh otjb own correspondent.! Monday Evening. The shin Constance arrived off the Heads tiiis morning, with the foremast gone; the bowsprit smashed and the vessel otherwise much damaged. The Captain reports that on tbe 23rd nlt^ When about two hundred miles west of Cape Otn-ay, and going at the rate of about eight knots an honr, big ship {the Constance) came into conlsion with the ship Tabalcata from Newcastle via Melbourne bound to \vatmro-rr iritli snclr force, that the Tubal cain sank almcrat instantaneonslv. and in less than five minutes not a vestige of her was to be saen. The Captain, who was ill is bed at the tints, and the whole crew, irith only one exception were drowned. Both vessels were coal laden. The Constance is now being- towed through tin Sonth Channel by the steam tag Black Eagle. Wea&er fine.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE NORTHERN PORTS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

-X'Jij_tJ HOBTSBRU POSTS Bv tJio Tole^rnpli wo am in possession of papers tn the 2sth Aujmst. MAKVHOROUOH. The Hon. K. S. B. Forties, late of South Pnongal. died on Thursday morning last from an armmtctic fit. Tlie deceased had lately sold bi» station, witli tlie intention nf returning tnKn&lanu. but nnbiipnilvlinsered til! dcaUi closed his ctrcer. We believe tlie h»u. pntlemau was but 27 yeilrs of ape. and the son of the Right Hon. 'Lord Forbes, of Regent's I'ark, London. Mr. Abbott manager of the Brisbane Joint Stock Kink is now in town, anil bis been waited on by several parties in tradfi with the view to jret a hmnrJi established here. We are informed that from the statistical information fiimishod tn 3fr. Abb-ift, Jie wHI jirobahly report in favtmr of Muyhoron--ii as a sphere of operations for the bank which lie represents. New Saw Mill.— Mr. Pettigrew, or Kris bane, has been for mnw weeks past enpa^ed in search of timber on tbe bants of our river and its tributaries, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

NOTICE. /^OTTSTKT Subscribers or Advertisers \J whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, ?will oblige by an early remittance. Kosth ArsrR*.LTAV Office,! 1st .Inly, 1SS2. NOTICE. T-EESONTS INDEBTED to the Xorti _L Australian fi-r Subscription* or Adver tising, to the Srtth June l3St, inclusive, are resfHWtftillv requested to be r-BOinr in the Agents are requested to make immediate remittances and statements of moneys col lectc-' on account of this establishment. 'X .-rth Australian ' Office, Ipswich, 21st 3tay, ISG2. KOTICE. IKTTCCDI'SG Subscribers are reminnen thai the present is the first issue of this Journal for the. quarter. Persona calling at the office, or sending a written order, will ?bare tUe palter delivered regularly at their address. Teems: Quarterly, in advance .. 9s. Ditto, credit ? 10s. Koetii Austbiliaj.- Office, 1st July. 1S62. .NOTICE QUBSCRIBER3 receivm? their papers O irregularly, either tliroogrb: the Post Ofice or from iiuaners, will oulisu by com jn«nicatiag at once ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

Qe |fctf| gusivaliair, ASS QCEKXSLAJCB 6ESERM. ARVEMISBK, TB published on Toesday, Thtbsbat. and JL Satubday mornings, nnd forwarded to Country (Subscribers by the earliest mails. TERMS Or SCBSCBMTIOK. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ? 1Q«. Single Number ? Sd. TUe Quarters terminate on tks 31st March, SOth June, 30th September, and 31st Decen ber at \rhlch periods oalv can resignation be received. Notices of resignation will not be attended to unless given in writing. — *' ^^^?nmeuc\a|^lKKlc4BVt-.-] TER11S W ajJVKETIaCKO. * - 8. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of KB inch .....--??--. ? ......... 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch ? 4 O Jaix lines, or under three-quarters of Sight linen, or under one ipch ? 3 0 Krcry additional eight lines, nnder an inch ? * * TKKilS OF MtCOCST. C Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^S cent. ,- .. ? 36 „ « ? ?? ;; ? ?-» .. Th« number of insertion* must Iw written «n the PACK of each AdvertisssnciH or it | will be continued until couttte...

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

SHIPPING A«3IYAi-S AocCfT 29. — Queensland (s.), Captain Fatullo. from the Northern Ports. Passen gers — From liockhnuipton to Brisbane: Sirs. E. S. Rutherford, Miss Foran, Messrs. Davis, ?Warner. Bulger. Noble, Page. and Bather ford. From Gladstone to Brisbane : Messrs. Boureicaultand Martin. From Maryborough tu Brisbane : Mr. aod Mrs. Barker, Messrs. Spons, W. Pottigrew, J. Davis, and 20 iu the steerage, exclusive of 3 prisoners and - constables. August 29.— Swnrdfisli, brigantine, 150 tons. Captain Rnbertson, from the Chatham Islands. Agents. Messrs. G. Riff and Co.

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

SPAIS. The following 0iHci.1l statement lias been 1 pnblished: — -The government being desi rons to strengthen tlic ties which connect the colonies with the mother countrv, has detcriuiiu'd on projn'ssively granting' pru dent reforms, until all inconveniences liave been removed, and both the mother couutry and tiie colonies are governed by similar laws.'

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

T*fci'^i-' atj-et (From tie Countr.y TmtmtucsTs to BocKKAjnroir. — A private letter from Rocfehampton states that the in-- mijrrants who arrived there per Queensland smJ Telejrrsph, eighty-tores in nnmfier, were- received with much satiGfacrron. Tho Mayor of the- town offered to provide em ploymcnt for sny wfao nnght require it on the CbrporatTon worts until they couTd meet with something- better, but such « step proved' to be- unnecessary, as tfiey ail met with immediate encasements at fair rates nf wagesv and1 there is still a large demand for servants of all descriptions. Affeabakcb or a Comet.— A gentleman resident in Brisbane who' takes great interest . in astronomical science, informs OB fb*a iuiiiiu wwwjfr^^'WgnC'irCTlBiCTCwBji Hwuul* fifteen degrees above Ok horizon. an2 had the appearance of a dull star. ImtrosxKTS vae Gbatewobth. — We find upon inquiry that .Dr. Hobbs, the Health Officer, received' on- Skinday night per Hot ham s report from. Die surgeon-super intendenton ...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

BCSSrA. Full accounts of tbvj terrible off.cts of the contli^ratioils in St. Petersburg have been j received. Several graat publiu buiUlhiss have bcMjn destroyed, among the resl the offices -if the minister of the interior and the , minister of public instruction. One. of tlie ! the canalB is almost choked with the car- j riages and furniture which were (lung into i it, to save them from tlie flames. Thou- { sands of people now deprived of home or | food Hre liivouaekinp in the prdilie streets. ; io a-SU to the olamitv there wore gani^s of 1 thieves at work, who took advautajrc of tbe ! confusion to plunder houses. Most of tliem ivere' detected and captured. Tiie emperor ' is said to have boen dimply affected bv tbe ! disaster, and oveu to have shed tears. ' The ! destruction is supposed to have been the ' work of nn incendiary conspiracy, for tbe 1 pnqnse of inducing the emperor to grant ' reforms ; and this is somewhat borne out by ' tho fact that the AorfAcrii Bet says :— ' Two S...

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TOOWOOMBA. Saturday afternoon, Aug. 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

TOOWOOMBA- ?'-? fKBOlf *GVS- OWS 4R3BBEE^0BX93TK- Eatnrday afternoon, *-ujr. SOL Ths Western Do wns eleoKon wilt resnlt in. the election it Mr; IT. SToflatt, by tww t& one over his opponent, Th« -country dis tricts have polled to «mso fcr Moflitt, althougb, I belie ve if a mmr more geaendly known than Bust, and whose, principtes iren not quite sw tsdicsl, bad attend the field, the result would Ji.ive been different, although the present position of Moffatt, as * Minister of the Crotvu, would have had its effect, as iu this election. The friends of Mr. Moffatt exerted themselves to the ut most, and snccnssfnlly. as we now find. In Toowoomba. Hirst polled a majority of the I town residents. Eight came from tho i country and two from Ipswich to poll for ! Mnffatt. About forty -ui^lit town residents ! voted. Of these, twrntv-twu vot&l for ! Moffatt, and twenty-six for Hirst. The poll at present stands thus : — i Moffatt. Hirst. Toowooniba ? 32 .... 29 Dravton ? 8 .... 7 ...

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STATE OF NEW ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

STATE OF KEW OBLEAN'S. Tax great dsstit ition aw prevalent thnmslioiit the States vhi?h :i ive lieenilcso lateiby tlic fires of 5jco-!s:oa is b.-.cnmiu£ more aud more apparent. In \e«- Orleau'4 there is imminent d iiie;er of a famine ; and even ia Richmond, ths capital of tbe Confe deracy, the necessaries of lif.. alx. almost be yond the reach of tbe limn!iler classes. For tbe relief of the noof in K^n- n^i ? - . e ? luarket has lon^ been lualutaine,! - luit. with tlie capture of tho city, tliia .ip.wlars t=- have heen closcil. O ir Cioveriimeiit, with true paternal regard f.ir its crrisi,' children no sooner hears the cry of distress tiian it promptly steps forward 10 tbnir relief. Tiie United States Commissary at this port was yesterday ordered by ts.e-raph to luad up the steamship Ocean Qn.-cn wit!, supplies fortue starving people of Xew Orleans and despatch her immediatelj-. Fnnn present indications, as soou as tlie i-ebel ports are opened, there will be a lii-avy draught upon t...

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THE GREAT FIRE AT ST. PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

THE GliEAT FIBE AT ST. PETlilfc? uuim. Tetegrama announce a terrible fire at St. 1-MerannrK. Imrgfl wsrcnoTisrar-nna Eilnps, covering several acres, have been destroyed, including Apraxino. and Steiitkine markets, and the Minister of the Interior's mansion. The direction of the wind protected the Bank. The loss, according to some accounts, is little less than a million sterling, but it is to be hoped that this trill prove to be over-estimated. The disaster is susnenteii to be tlie work of incendiaries, as tbo ?? Police Gazette ' of the 12th publishes an imperial ordinance, of which the following are the principal provisions : — 'All persons found in possession of incendiary substances shall be tried within 2* hours by the mili tary tribunals. Examining commissions have been appointed ad hoc. Each quarter of the city receives a military governor.' Spacious buildings have been placed at the disposal of tbe persons whose bouses have bacn burned down. Numerous arrests have been made. Su...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COITBT. SATOEDATf, ADGCET 30. There- ws» no business fcefbm tb» court tiiiis day»

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

NOTES -AJSTI- NBWS Pbobochtios or Fabushskt. — T&e Queensland PaHament, which stood' pro rogued until the Uth November, stands farther prorogued' until Tuesday toe 16th day of December. YolTOTeeb ABTtttEBT.— Captain Henry Dodswell Pitt, of the Boyal Artillery, has been appointed Captain-Commandant 'of the Queensland Volunteer Artillery. Tbe 'Gazette' of Saturday last, contains the rales- «nT regofetioiw of the Queensland Volunteer ArtilTerv Tbs S-BBrff Eatjrsrox. — The vernal or mi- '*& wmi'. -liiiiii r. n»in.r.iij i—.iiinii by eslea «nd rains w31 occur on tbe 23rd inst. when tbe suit enters the first point of Libra, there being equal day and night at that date. It is to be hoped thatthe parched earth will be visited' by ? heavy dbwnpour trpon the occasion, or the losses, already sustained fcy the stockholder wilt continue to increase; whilst those who cultivate ifie fleld and market garden^. w3I hra their crops utterly oestroyeaL The Counrau. Tsexstjbkb tr tbe Stdnk...

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MONDAY, [?] Before the Police Magistrate and E. R. Drury, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

[?] Before tbe Police Magistrate ?nd* E K. Drnry, Esq. eSopbi* Sleinw^c-owas brought nponsus picion *f being a. dangerous fonatic. Drs. Challinor and OT-oughorty havfng nsnd'ed: in medlcsl certiGcates *» Cbe effect tint, although the defendant wss labouring under mental . abenstion. srisinir from jealousy of her, husband, she exhibited* no .symptoms of violence, sbe w«s SiadmnyA.

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MELBOURNE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

MELBOURNE. Friday, 4 p.ro. The Goflienbnrgh has jnst arrived, after a passage of nine days from OtApo, from which place she brings three hundred' and sixty-nine ounces nf gold. Two men had* arrived in Dnnedtn mth eighty-seven pounds weight of jrold, and offered to give the Government information relative to the new Rold-neld, provided they were adequately rewarded. The fact of their appearance has camed great excite ment. The locality where the discovery is allowed* to Iixve been made is Waikoniutk. The escorts had brought down tnDunedin six thousand six hundred1 ounces of gold. Governor Grey-'8 Secretary had succcudeit m forming a Ministry, which promises to be successful, being very popular. The weather was charming, and the dig gers were everywhere resuming work. A fire at Dunedin had destroyed thren houses, and the inhabitants at once bestirred themselves for the formation of a fire bri gade. A new rash has also tnkSn place at Ha nrberiki. where one hundred and fifty per sons ha...

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SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

SYDNEY. Friday. Cdju. (From tht Courier.) A X33T disgrxotfnl scene occurred in the Assembly list night. While the members of tbe Hoose bad adjourned for refreshments it was reported to Mr. Bnebanan, the eccentric member for Morpeth, that Mr. Terry, mother member hsf called him a blackguard. Buchanan then went op to Terry, *nd struck him, wirerenpon the latter returned the Wow, and the little 'mill' was ended by tbe bystanders. It was nnmnma afterwards, however, tbat Bochamn deli-: vered a challenge to Terry, which that gentleman Tory wisely tors ap wiftoot reading ft. When the House nsomed, the euccanstances were reported la tin Speaker but be ruled that he could not interfere, as the fracas alluded to did not take place within the precincts of the House. Buchanan rar.de «n explanation, and, in the course of his remarks called Terry a coward, but his words were at once taken dntva, and he retracted. Subsequently, while the Honsa was in committee, Buchanan, who was in toxicated, seve...

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