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

SHALL CATZUS 6TATIOH *OB SALE WAVEBLEr. 1 4,64 0 AC BE 8. TT M. COCKBBBNhas received iDStruo J_X« tions to sell by private contract The above-named STATION, situated on the river Brisbane, and adjoining the well-known properties of the Messrs. North. Femielawn and Wivenhne. Its -gracing trfpiliilitiyg are estimated to carry upwards of 1000 head of cattle in all seasons. It is watered not only by the BEISBANE BITEB. but also by the following running Creeks, -ris. Cabbage Tree Greek Oakey Creek Ugly Creek and Bandy Creek, together with many tributaries, which tab their rise in the adjacent mountains, thus enabling the Cattle to remain in the high portions of the run Airing the winter stontiu^wd ^hevshr to Jceep np their con dition, which is an advantage not to be overlooked. With this snug and compact property will be sold about 800 head of MIXED CAT (TJjE, .amongst 'which -will bo found some very superior-bred Cows and Heifers, a large proportion -of which an broksn-in to THE BULLS. ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. Friday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

ADEIiATDK. Friday, S p.m. Letters bare been received her* notifying the safety of M-KInlay*« exploring party. He is expected to- arrive in Soar or five days fiom now. Sa'irday; August 30. Subscriptions: are being collected for the reat national memorial to tbe memory of H.B.H. the Prince Consort A valuable reef of mckeT has been dis covered on Inti ownei by the Crown near AdeTatde. It is- reported' t&at the A.{-.Jf. Company win obtain ffie contract for the branch, mail to King' George's Sound.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. DISASTROUS FLOODS. GREAT DESTRUCTION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. DISASTROUS FLOODS- GBEAT DES TRUCTION OF IJFE AND PBO PEBTT. (From the Perth Gazette, July 11 and 18.) The flood with which we have been visited within the last few days is, we believe, un precedented in the history of the colony. We have heard it assorted by some of the earlv settlers, that the flood which occurred lo^feJfiirJga.ivTMt»itJiifrj^BaitMJni8flaj|t. data vpon which to ground this assertion ; at least none that we are aware of. The amount of damage, however, done during the present inundation, must Car exceed any thing of the kind previously recorded, and tbe heavy losses, both on public and private account, added to the sacrifice of life and property, will, we fear, be severely and pro portionately embarassing, looking at the al tered circumstances of the colony, and the great progress made in the undertakings of individuals and die Government. Up to the present time, numerous reports of disas ters have reached us from all sides. In the immediate neigh...

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

CASTLEHAINS. Friaav. The first locomotive which has yet visited this place arrirad through from Melbourne to-day.

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

VICTORIA. Fhdm the Melbourne papers to the 16tn in stant, »?» -i'Vitc as follows : — The Herald states that senior coustablr Buck and the two Messrs. Grant h.iv= been anumitted for the mariler of I'ntrick Ons Brove, wlm, it will he remembered, was shot d?ad. under t'uc sn]. position that he was Gardiner, while attempting to escape from their pursuit The two companions of the deceased have becu committed for horse stealing. The s?.me pspsr rcirorts that, on the 15th instant, at the Mcliimime Criminal Sessions, a sirigralar case of assault by a passenger oil the captain of ths Xjthsrby, durius the voynje from England, was tried. The cap tain F^eia™ the passenjor ILaycs the -worse of driuk aTt«r th« ship'.ia.i been a loasr tinm at sen. duin^indesi of him to inform him wliurc I h« obtained tlic spirits. Hayes refused to I tell him :mil Oajttaiu 11-jlinan then attempted I with tlie assistance of two of the crew, to put i him in irons. He did n«t succeed, howt-ver, I asul shortly afterwar...

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EDUCATION IN TARTARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

EDUCATION IN TAKTAK17. Foa uiauy centuries the kniuat of ' Bookharia has been considered the centre of Mussulman s=eieuco and erudi tion in Tai-tary. This opinion is owing to the still famoui names of Orloog Besr, Abeu Siua, auJ some other great men wlia shed lustre on their birth- ? place iSunkliaria. at a- very aucient period. If we take into ncunuat the number of sc'vji-!a aul preceptors that J are to be found at.Buokiiaria, it can j not be deuied that that capital occupies ! tire first rank anung luo ie.u-iitd eities ' of central Asia;, blft «e iiiudt not aliu.v j oareelves to be imposed upun by the ; multitude of master.-* an 1 sjlwlars there At Bookharia, or in all the East, the arts and sciences aro al:uj.*t u:ii:aoirn. The most natural fa^-Ls arc explained in ; that country only by the iutoi vention j of the stars and demons, and it isnol : alone among the ignorant people that j this superstitious belief is prevalent, j Those who pass for the must learned ; individuals are n...

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

FOREIGN. FttAKCE. NoTWrTH-*TA;fnrsrt the orhcial announcement by the Mamtcur of the success of the French forces in Mexico, the unpalutenble tact ap pears certain that CSeneral de Loieuecz, :iftcr having attempted with his whole force to storm the fortiticutions which protected the city of PucbU. was repulsed, and com pclled to retreat to his camp at Aniozoc. I Ainozoc it= a place separated fro:n I'uebla by a chain of mountains. This defeat, coupled with tho fact admitted on all hands tlint General dc Lorunccz's comuiiiiiic:itii-ns witlt ' Vcra Cruz are cut o!f, sl.ov-.f ihnt tile small force under bis command, severely tried as it has been by a pestiferous climate, must be in a most perilous condition In confir mation of this view of a [fairs, we learn tliat onlars have been given by the government to prepare ships of tvar to convey troops to Mexico, and the Patrie st-ites these reinforce ments at 5,-J1M men. An additional article to the budget hat also beeu presumed, ujreu. inS t»...

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NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. Cv the way of Melbourne, we have six days* later from 'Dunedin. . Writing «n the 7th instant, the special correspondent oftue Argus gives the follow ing items of mining and general intelli gence :— . . _ Since my last, there have been some ar rivals from Wathonaiti, aiid' the accounts given of tiie Highlajr diggings are nioce favorable than -tiiose which have been re ceived during the- (ireyjileiKSj oT .siicb -ircs-t Iber as that »miar»bica-pritjya5 ^fljnj. that the jpiners engagisaVre ' inaEDig^olera-* lily gobaVroVk, thongti the tnAjority choose to say little aboot it. Tltere is yet,iiow ever, hr- certainty m 'to the value of the ground, coinjirtbg ft with tbst'wnlch lias iiready been pupulated, and constitutes the iealgoa-fedd^rdlkfeo; ' ??— -:?:? ^ - From Tokomairo there is a report this morning of k nl^ddvtesdxtF gM liaving recently been found at the Woolshed, and itf twoqoaitiWs ha\-ing ieea-praepoetedfor some distance ia the ittagnWhaod bf-whst' is' known ...

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

Death At George-street, Brisbane, on the 30th Ultimo, Kate May, aged 3 months 12 days, daughter of George Harris, Esq.

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SUPREME COURT.—FRIDAY. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 2 September 1862

SUPBEMK C0TJBT.— Fbtoat. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Jjutwyche.) Is Cnunnms; Milner v. BUCHANAN.— This was an ap plication by Mr. Fowles, derk toMr.Osr riek. solicitor for plaintiff, made under the 27th section of the Common l-w Procedure Act of 1857, for an attachment of tbe salary of Hie defendant, as town ?urveyor of Mary borough, and to- make tbo- eorporatian of MdrvboroHglrthegarnishBr. Tbe affidavit stated ant upon the Itth Angnirt, judgment was entered np agsf nst tbe defendant for the sun of £59 tfe., together witt #./*. for the amount of £1 Us. lOd.; is all £61 Ukw The application ws» granted, A writ of summonEin the above casts wasaJsb-granted, retarnabfe atMaryborongh on tfae fitb «T September, caHIng upon the defendant to show cause why the mvney ea «tt»rhaa. should not be paid. ' . .

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DISASTROUS FLOODS. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

DISASTROUS FLOODS (From the -Pcrtli Gazette') FliBTHJat TABTICOLAItS [?] F^m ZZ7 .'y'-ls«t «h- Peninsula iOE9«- in bto|» »na onuampi, we have as ret bnt small data npon whidi to f»nBa »i-v csumate orwl.nt di« probable total loss will I nmonnt to. Tlie river at York bad some what pone dotrn on Wcdne«djr, and it was asccrtatin-6 that both bridges f,a& comrcin tivcly M.ffercd bnt little iSL^ %Z ££e I oncmarMr. Monger's, nhich is somewhat bunt in the centre, bciug tlie most extensive. but it U sapposed it can easily be pat to right*. A fata! accident neenrn^ U.M week to a shepherd named Bubcrta. who was drowned iv.:i.e attempting U- cms* Bland's Dronfc. Thunta ofl^™** .wept a 'y in and about I ork. has been ascertained to be fourteen ; Sfr. Seabrook, who lives south of IJevericy was put to a curious incon vemencn.hu residence U BlUwtcd on one bu-1c'dT Uie «vcr. and fau Bt»W?«Tn^W oO,er mnd to f^ and water BUwSS, h« \mmm

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"PARSON BROWNLOW." [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

'PARSON BROWNLOW' One of the largest, most respectable' and most enthusiastic aodienees that ever assembled in New Tork gathered j together last night at the Academy of Music Cor Opera House), with the hope of drawing both amusement and ex citement from a speech about the war | -™ iiia own persona! experience in captmty wild! he was announced to deliver. Nor was the audience in any way disappointed, either by iispatrio- j fasm or his buffoonery, or by the re cital of his sufferings. He declared the I late President, Mr. Buchanan, to be ' a miserable mockery of a man -' that j ''''*? President as Andrew Jackson ..uuiu u-ve ornsnea tbe rebellion out as ? mm *s God made Bldsesr' that 'Pres? j j^,*0 S'?™* strength, would lick Frmn^ '£ England too, both on at which, I regret to say, is very popular just now-was received with reiterated rounds of applause. He further stated that tb.e leaders of Secession ' had I bought up the Southern editor to the fastd^l of them;' that every out £Sfi?S£...

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A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

A ROMANCE LV REAL LIFE. The restoration to the stage of the old play of ' Valerie,' in which Mdlle Mars obtained such success as the blind Jierome has been occasioned by the im mense interest thrown around the mar riage which took place, a short time ago. at the new Oh:m»] ;.. *un tj..., j.. laCroix (says the Paris correspondent of the Court Journal). Strange is every incident connected with this union, and strangest of all that each one should be almost identical with those of the play The young Princess ? , who had be come suddenly blind from the effect of exposure to the sunlight upon the snow, Lad been sent to Dusseldorf to consult the great oculist of that place, and after having followed his fceatment for some time, and been pronounced curable, with great care and patience, and a warm climate, had been conveyed to Palermo, where she was deriring benefit from_ the doctor's prescriptions, and re garding nerselt as in a fair way for re covery, when a cold caught by im prudently s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

WANTED, a. MAX COOK. Apply to Queensland Hoarding House, East street. WASTED, a YOUTH, from U to tf- years of age, with a good plaiD edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper. TST ANTED, a BLACKSMITH, must be a .11 good Horee-slioer. Apply to P. SHORT, Bell-street, Ipswich. September 1st, 1862. r?'l JZfkfl TO fcEND, on good freeoold dbXxJXJKJ security. Apply to A. MACALISTEK, Ipswich. A PUBLIC HOUSE 70 LEX. rpO LET, for any term that may be agreed .J_ on, a well-sitimtod and most commo dious PUBLIC HOUSE, at the comer of Mortimer and Brisbane streets, Ipstvicli. Immediate possession sod reasnpable terms will be given to a smart business man. Chere is in {his Hoaso a. fine opening for a flourishing trade. Apply to P. O'StTGMVAN. Mortimer-street, Ipswich. SOAP SIDE IMH TO I3CT TO BE W5T, aa INN on the principal leading road through the Colony, about 40 mues from Ipewich. The House and Property contain every convenience and accominota&an ...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

UNOLAIMEn LETTJCRS? FOtt THE MONTH OF JULY. 1 Alfnrd, Gcorifc Ipswich : 2 Allen, airs., Cnwsbroot; 3 Ambrose, Patrick, OaUau doon; 4 Andrews. -Je«r;»e. Jpsoich; 5 Anuing, Hunrv, Toawoomba (2) ; 6 Atkiu son, WM'ilton. 1 Barker, Wm, Beau Desert; 2 Barnes, Kduard, P«rt Cooper; :j !}avh:v, Lieutenant Native Police, Mackenzie itivcr; 4 Seals. Hubert. Ipswich; S Bcil, H., Ipswich; 0 Best. William, Eton Vale ; 7 Bell, Dimald, SpsnrMt: S Blake. Heurv, Itanncs; 9 Bond. Henry. Ipswich; IOiioran,Edward.t]iewich II Dotiinick, John, Ipswich; 12 Bradv. James, Ipswich ; 13 Bradley, J., Callandwn; 14 Braas, Henry, Tonwomnha; 15 Brewer flcorgr, Clifton; J6 Brett, J., Dalrymplc Creek ; 17 Broadwick. Hnnrv. tiladctnni- - IS Brown, George, lV-rt Curtis; 19 Brown William. Ipswich : 20 Brownjohn. Ocorjre Ipswich; 31 Bnickmann, U. J^ Clifton -22 Bryant, .Joseph Clifton. I Campbell. ,T. C^ Fraoklyn %'alc^2); 2 Chapittan, John, Marlboroupii ; 3 Cheiiny, James, Hacintyre Hirer; 4Chcsmau. ti If Gladstone: 5 C...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

COMMERCIAL. Tisoricci: Received. — By Mr. K. Forrest — 11 bides, 3 biles wool.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

IMPOITND1NGS. At Ipswich, by Police.— Bay mare, emal} .star, off bind fitnt -n-bite, HC near ribs. If not released nn or before tbe 15th Septem ber. 5SC2, trill bo sold.— A. Uasekkahp, Ponndkcepcr. ? At 'Ipswich, from TcmiclawB. Driving and trespass £1 per head. : — Bay marc, near bind feet white, diamond over Tit conjoined near shoulder; bay mare, blaze off fore foot, near fore lejj and hind legs white, 3 near thigh. Gt «ver T over OO near shoulder, 1/mnd off ihniiiaer not legible; brown 611 v foal, blaze, hind feet white, brand near shoulder not legible ; brown horse. Hit near shoulder, bay ware. JFS sear shonlder-; b«y colt, UK off shoulder; bay colt, small star, OK near shoulder ; grey mare, dark points C near shoulder; chcsnnt Jioi-s?,rII four feet white blaiM. like IM ovet WB blotched near slioiilder. — If not released on or before 22n» Septemhcr, 18S2, will be sold. A. HiSEX KAMf. I-oundkccper. At Drai-tun, from Eton Vale, bv order of Messrs. HoUgson and Watts, llth August, 1...

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FATTORINI AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

FATTOBIXI AXD CO.'S EEPOIIT. Sheep Stations. — Xo change. Cattle Stations. — Several cuqttiries, Wore espcciaUy f»r ruos in the Northern districts, l-nt ni- sales to report. Uustockcil Country. — No sales to report. Many jurtius are now travidlinj iritli. or cndoavourijig to jfni'ehase st'ick, to secure their tenures under the l'astoral Occnpitiuii Act pas-«ft lust session. Sliutp. — rieuty of enquiries, but no dispo sition to sell. Ko sales to report Store Slicep B»;ty J-e qutiteil at Rts. We have'saiW !r5-.n)T dujirerablc oa the iJdivus after shearing, at Ks. Fat Sbeop. — Li demand- STo sales siuce mr last. CJattle. — Bnqnirics for mixed lots, delivcr alile at Rockhaiui'toa, and Uic outlying dis tricts of the North, still continue, and iu consequence of an increasing demand, tin's descriiition of stock is improving in .value. Wo way quote prices at from 3i)s. to 57sn according to place of delivery. - Fat Cattle we quote at £1 to £4 10s. - Horses.— Nothing doing. Working BnUouks.- ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. The Digcisgb is Nova Scotia. — An En ?plisii gentleman, -who has been a short time in Nova Scotia, in a private letter, dated the ISth nit, gives an accoiuit of a visit -which ho had just paid to the gold-diggings , near Dartmouth. The journey- was made from Halifax by the writer and a friend in one of the light foor wheeled conveyances, i with one seat for tiro, known in the colony i as waggons. ' As they approached the gold ] district the scensrv became verv bleak. I Low hills appeared and spread on all sides, covered with loose rocks and the blackened ? stumps, from four feet to thirty feet Iiiph, of j large forest trees whicli had been burnt j dawn. A new fnrcat was springing up, but I the trees were young and scattered sparsef v over the surface. Here and there the tra vellers passed the house of a colonist, with two or three acres near it, cleared at im mense labour from the -atones and trees, i More rarely they passed the conical wigweta j of a Micmash, from wh...

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MACKENZIE'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

MACKENZIE'S WEEKLY BEP0BT., B. C Mackenzie reports pri rate sale of two superb cobs for £-50. tot of ft ve head horses elnrop, £63. For loading there Is con siderable demands far all quarters, and many axe the merchants disappointanted in meetinj drays on the road, opon their sayittg,{like Qie Ii3ndou-3abmen,} 'engaged for a return.' For bollock teams there is a. ready sale ; prices good, bat offerers bold bard in bargain. Tha present state of the weather shows a law state of cvea Al class cattle, and pre-reutia-r the usual return teams showing themselTes. The great- surfeit of horse stock offered for auction; has how ceased- . JuA&oa Oabket.— Quite a chxagc. Jjots of female domestics in the market. Piongli jnen, goad hardy roadmen, and capital workmen that like to work are in request. A few married couples, new to the -colony, remain on the list An order for 30 men to dear country at a medium rate lias been re ceived, 'J-utj(|ue labourers arc few.' . , -, Land Oracra.-VOrfe...

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