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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE LATE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

SETTERS TO THEEBIT02. THE LATE CON'CERT. SlB. — Perceiving an impression prevails that the Choral Society was connected with i the Concert given last uitdit in aid of tJie j JLoacwdure-BsUaC Fund : On inqutrv I find I this to be distinctly dcuied by one* of the . leading members of that body, who informed me that no application was made to the Committee on the subject, ami, as only a fe u of the members were invited to perform, the absence of many others from the Concert is thus accounted for, who in ail probability would hare been there were it uot this un Beemiugly omission — an omission supposed t*i have originated with a gentleman wbosc i 'penchant' for solo singing has become his peculiar weakness. ! Having derived much pleasure from the luinnir in which tlieChoral Society Concerts ?were got up, I hope shortly to' have the pleasure of again enjoving one of their musical treats. I subscribe mveelf. A LOVEK OF MUSIC. Ipswich, 3rd September, 18C2.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

WEECLT CALEKDAR. „ ? ,-„ Scj ? Sos ; Moois High TViTrx ==«? ''— JlisBi. ? SCTi. j Aat ', ON sat B»K ? iT-ir~! tL-i.~ v.u. ! ll»m-|ift«ni. j£d»r- * S 36 5 43 10 7 « 50 IIS n^Sniyl.) « 0- *4S I 15 7 USD! « *4 ?or. 'Hi-^i iralerat l|-swicT» liur boms l&tcr.

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CLARENCE AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

CLAB.ENCB AND BICH3XOHD. AVchAve received the Ciarotee and Bichxtoni j^aMnwr ufThe 26th nltinicClrom wHcKwe ? * extrajStfesfoHowine^g $m i~:,l — TBe; Ksoobt. — Tiie escort wKcEr orrived: yosterjay;,; -Sdotft «he -Wrioujngifld-fieldv irongStdown 429 ozs. S dwts- goI&Sost, * - aod:£81 in cash-JTlMa iuijfco-lirgest tjoan- titv'bibaght -V»*m by jascortfiv enne time jpist ! ? ? - - ? ?- ? -- ? ? ? ' Itosr- Ofhcb-- Ay.,yHE, CtABEsac. ^fafm.--. . . ? j Heads.— We nnderstand a memorial, signed : W&nout «ejenity^ j^identef located at the lxeads^ wsSwrwanvfta hy-uw uiBtrBteam.crtoi the PostmssteMSfcnorsI; praying that a Post OjEcemightbe established diets fortt troth. ^ Hocse Eobbecv.— Yesterday, a China-, man, named Sclintc, residing ia Dolae strect, reported to tbc police that during his absence from home, between the !urar& of eight and one, some person or persons entered his dwelling-house, and extracted from a. box in his bedroom a bag containing tea sovereigns, a...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENT AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

MAtL AKlSAXiiKMl-ISTS AT THii I'O3f ? Ofi'lOfi. jiisaytos. JYiiiv. * p ««. ; rtar. R |i.m. „- , _ . ! Muudny. 12.:W n.Tn.Thttrsdav and San Wiiwira:. ThiirVUy.Sp.ia.i ilur.sVm. SAyi*Ga * Tiiwrjay, S ji.ia. jSuaitay, tj p.iu. The fore^oiu.; Mails arrive at their .ksti u&tiou as f'jliows : — U«u»m-ax» .. l-«.Uy, Sunday cxCQpted, 10 TonwoniuuL Wcd-.i.:s;iiv. 11 a-m.; Satnr .liy. .V,..:,!. Oisavtok ? tt'edueS'L-iv, uuon; Satunb-v. Wa&wick .. TiiisUy, i p.-.n.^, Silunuiy 1] A.m. Kasaxgij . . Friday, uonn. The following llaiU are contingent for time on the arrivals nf ilia :iti-i:)iers ; and for thess such arr.i?i£.;:nouts are made as are most likely tt meet public con venisu'-cvir.: Jbir^-buivugh, Gliisttnui. ami lt-iuk!i:uu;i fcro, every .ijtenaate Smjity «r ?Jhh ?lav. aK notificil iu tbis lieal j-.i[-urs u! the previous lJi-t.\.ij- ami Satiirdnv, Sew Smith Wales a:id the niher AiAtra {inn c=ilnai««, as ojiiw-tuiiity i-il',:rs-. usn:ii!v twi?e a week- Ilimrs of clos ing t...

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

BS.ISBj°lI^B. I IFrom the Courier.) ? Thb VTesteen Powss Election.— Tho- ? resviit of the pnllin^ lor the Western Downs ? has licen, tint Mr. iluffatt has- got in bv ? forty-sis votes-. -The district in question --M beinjj a pastoral one, of course no otiier re- fl suit could be anticipated. We have never U objected to Mr. Mollatt personally, asa mem- B bar of the Government, for he has been tolc- 9 rably consistent in hi« politics, and would fl roike a worthy associate of Messrs. Herbert ' ^H and Priiig. We cannot, however, ren'ilzo ^H the idea of his becoming a sabordthatt; -f ^^M JIacalistcr, without presuming that tliero ^^t will be a fearful sacrifice of political princi- . ^^| pie on one-side or the other. ^^M Buildisc Societv, No 4. — The twenty- ^H first monthly meeting of the members nf ^H BuiiiUng Society Ko 4, was held iu the V. ~ ^H lice-conrt yesterday evening. About £800 ^H was paid in cash, and twenty-five shares ^H were sul3 atan average of thirteea per ceat. ^H inte...

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

NOTICE. ptOUXTRY Subscribers or Advertisers Vj whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, will obli^t: !-y au cArly rcaiittanoe. Kokth Aectiia.lia5 Office,; 1st July, Ibfii NOTICE. |-EKSOyS IXDKUTED to the Korth I. Auttralian for Subscriptions or Adver tising, ut the 30th June last, inclusive, 'arc respectfully requested to be f&omit iu the ?jcttlcmcu t »f their aceunnis. ?» Aew:irs arc requested to in.ike immediate remittances au J sLitemsnts of moneys c«-I- Icete-' on account of this ustablisiiinoafc 'X./rtJi Asstralinn ' O.iicn, '' Ipswich. 2Jst May. lSfS. NOTICE. . IXTKXI-V.X-3 Subscribers -un- mmnad tliat tUe present ia Oio first issue of tins Journal (or the quarter. Persons calling Bt the oScc ur suadiug a writtnu order, will 1i*vc tin: pajMar delivered cogolarly ?** their »A1'^:- --?;?;. ???-*****?-???? ? ???.V.--.v- Qiiitrtcrfv, ia advance . . 9s. l-itc--, eiv&t ? 10s. ? ICwnra Ar.--rc.t:.[AV Office, 1st July, IStii NOTICE O UB^ORIliERS reeeivinjr their ,)apers O irr...

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

j % gEorf! gttsttaliatt, [ AKB I CUEEKSLAKD GENERAL ABTEBHSEE, I TS published on Tuesday, Tbcbspay and I o ^^l' I?0™'1??8. Ml forwarded to ft. Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. C TKBMS OF SUUSCBICTIOS. * Per Quarter, in advance ? & S. Per Quarter, credit ? 10s* ? Single Number ? _'_J* (£_' A The Quarters terminate on tie 31st March. ? SOth June. 30fli September, and 31st Dwcm S bor, at which periods only can r—i/ntattoa- i _HL- - **jL*~*t*!!*!^ !_i_i ***2!*j_'*' ~ 3k BiTuiirV111 j ^___ubsc««-ers will be dnrmd frore' the ! ___?*« «f commencing their subscriptions, j |__| TEEMS »» ADV»BTI*tXO. 1 ,^K«b lines, or under a quarter of aa J ?__FonrKiies,or under half an inch.*' 2 of j^HEix lines, or under three-quarters of I IK an inch ? j $1 S_J Eight Unea. or nnd«r one inch ? 3 Q{ JHVErery additional eight lines, under I *|V an inch ? 1 q\ JH TKBM6 OF DUCOCST. I .|B C Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^ cent, j HI The nnmber of insertions most be written j UK on the face «f eac...

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

JB. ? : -? ? ;_=: ? -== SHIPPING DEPASTURE. September 1. — Prince 'f Wales steamer, 6$) tons, Captain Bel!, for Sydney. Passengers — ^Mr. and Mrs. Ewumk and servant. Sir. and Mrs. Bicker. Mrs. -3ortiet, Mrs. White. Jlrs. S. Barker, Miss Arabia, ilr and Mrs. W. C. Bush, -Mr. and Mrs. Balfour and child. Messrs. Morton, Views. Flood, F. .VT. Perry, John Jones. Uev. K. (JrifEth. M.e»sr?. E. H*wdon, Banrieniit. V. Wright, S. Ki cua.-Jsou, Captain Sl-Carthy, Jlussrs. Fitz Eiinmoas, E_ tfiderwuod.Ssiiithiwn. Fuwlits. J. B. GoR!jin. K. L. Barker, fi. S. JUscpber son, W. D. White, Captain Johnson. Messrs. W. D. Grimes, W.C. Oompigne. O. Graham, F. Ceimcs, Cf. Boaed, and 22 iu the steer age. DFTA11TUR13S. ' ..,,-- Septen*er'^.=QWeeas]jii]d, fa.)r' Captain ratnllo, for the Northern l'orta. Passengers — To Kucfcirampton : 'Mr. -and Jlrs. K. S. Kothcrfiird, Miss Koran, Mr. and Mrs.. H'tiaria,- 3Iixs«s Jftravin (S), Messrs. F. Bead, E. Pead, J. aiUespie. T.- Page. To Jfarvborongh : Mr. Justice Ij...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

SSIALU DEBTS' COUUT. ^ Thc monthly meeting of tlie Small Debts' Oourt »-as held yesterdav before the i'olicc MagistjateJ. Xorth. and J. Mrn^.hy, Esqs_ There were twenty-seven cmes set iloivu for trial,, sixteen of tvliich were either set tled out of court, postponed till Tm-sdav next, or dismissed. Tlie following arc ih'e cases in which verdicts were given for tho plaintiffs: — William Besser v. J. Burgess £1 's. 101«l.; Stackenzie and itowUud v W. Craies, £2 ; Mackenzie an J Bor.-Ia.ud v. Craics, £5 5s. ; Mackenzie and BowJand v Sehnlrer, £7 5s.; Owen Counw r. ltcojaniia Davis, £4; W. Besscr t. 3. Hermann £2 lls. 2-Jd. ; Bodcrick JI-Doncall v. W Craies, £1 «s. Sd.; B. MacdS.niiell v. \V_ Craics, £'J 5s. «j.; Taul Lucky v. J. B Hooper, £a Ss. €d. ; Thomas Bartill v. Albert Watson, £1 1 Is. ; Thomas Deinnjr v. (luith Biise, 15s.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

Wbuvesd.vy, Skitemheb, 3nl. Before tlio I'olice SLigistratB. V. Kortlr, and J. .Mui-jiliv. Ksiji-3. Ileiieeca. Wilson, chnrfred with drunken ness, was -iiscunrge*l witli a caution, iu con sequence of tier having been oatiued in U10 C'llsf.)r4Sllunr8. Ueuis O'llrien plsstAcil pruilty fe» drunken ness and disorderly conduct, and ns fined 5s., with the alternative of twenty-four hours in the cells. John Bnttcra was finea 10s. for usin; ob scene language, with the alternative of tiveuty-fonr iio'.irs iu.tiic cells. Ellen Jolmsun pleaded imUty t» profane swearing, and in consequence of being an old offender in. this line, was fiiu-a l«s^ with the alternative of a week's imprisonment ia Brisbane -.;-ao!. Patrick Slo.ine y. William Harding.— A j summons case, fur the illegal dctuutiun of' : pr»i-crty. Cuss dianiissiMl, tJicio bcuig no appearance of citlier siart y. An auctioneer's gtueral license was 4^J granted t.. Henry Sbunn Bland, of East- * M s.reet, Ipswich. ^^H Boms ion SEi-romcLBL—...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

NOTES AMD 3NEWS COSOEBT TOE THE KlUJOX IS Alp OF THE Lascasuise OpESi-Tixes. — The managers of the late-crtnccrt in aid of the distressed ope ratives contemplate giving- a repetition of die ssaine, at reduced prices of admission, eo that all may have an opportunity of enjoying a very agreeable evening's entertainment nt an exceedingly moderate charge, and at tlic same time have the satisfaction of reflecting that In- so d»frig they are aiding to relieve the distress of their starring fellirnrcoan trytnen. Their zealous eo-openrtiou in the movement redounds Uglily to titt luwor of the amateurs and the members .if the Choral Society. Should a repeat be decided upon, -if fvhtch there appears but little -doubt, the nig)it of Tuesday next has been determined upon as that opotr which the concert will be jgiven. The Weatheb.— After a lapse of nearly three months, rain lias once more £Ulcn here. On Tuesday afternoon tlic first revi vifying drops (ell upon the parched earth, which was contin...

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

? ADELAIDE. ...... ' Hohdw. Mackinlny b return to tlie settled districts is expected this day. Tocsiar afternoon. Mr. Tivrens, the Registrar-General, was -welcomed on Ms return to the colony l»y a deputation of citizens. The A. S. ST. Company have entered into a contract with our Government to convey the mails from and to Adelaide and lung George's Sound, for oue rear, at tbe rate of I thirteen hundred ponnds '(£ J300} per month. A public dinner is to be gircn to those members of the Assembly who voted for the resumption of the branch mail service to liiag George's Sound.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. ! ??? ?--. Toksday. September 2. Bepoue «ie l'olice Magistrate, C. t. O Fatturini, 3. E'leming, Bso.s^ and the Ulaypr, Jolin Avest convictdd of drunkenness, was fined fiws nhilliugiS, or in default uf payment was ofdejvd to »e jmj»risoncd for twenty four hours ia the cells. . The same defenaaut was nlm fined ten shilliuss fof profane nwcarinc. with the alternative of tweiity-four hours imprison; ment. Daaiel Lyons was fined 10s.. with the alternatire «f twenty-f-mr hours in the cells, for Bsi«s insultiiis l.iCi'iw;''. _ . . Thomas Lee alias Thmn« Wlntc and Thomas Jones were fined.five slrillinss . om-U Tor 'anuikenness and disorderly c-iud«ct; , with the alternative of twenty-four Jmurs acdita.ry confinement. JAKES WOOD V. SAMUEL JfOKT CEEW. In tltia case the defendant aptrearcd tu.' I answer to an information cliarginj; him with i Umria-» ille^.illy iinjMiundcd eight head -if I horseiTthc pr.ijicity orthc C3m|-lninant. j Sir Thorn [-son jippeared for the com- ...

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GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT IN AID OF THE DISTRESSED LANCASHIRE OPERATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

Gb.vvd Vocal asd Is.iTiiriiESTiL X^oscbbt IS AUJ.OF.TaE Q».?T.IE;3EO-L.\SC..VS111U£ OrEBATtvia. ' Co' tou help us a bit.' the ery uf the dis tressed operative of Lancashire, was well responded to on T.msdiy eveuing last, by An anditary riarubcrinj between tlnee and fnnrliTiiidrcd. -vhi- assembled in the linll of tlie Sch-iol of Arts, to enjoy n grand vocal and instrumental concert, wliich was kindly given by the Choral Society, and numerous amateurri. iu aid of the relief fund for t!ie distressed operatives. Aithoiigh, as a general rale, concerts given for cliarit-ilrie porp -ses and got up on the spur ofthe jii 1:11 jut. are not nunoxious to ficverv criticism, it is gratifying tti hAvc it to record, tlmt up-u tlie present occasion, every pieca. whetiur vocal or instrumental, presented for t!ie ili--l-ct ition of tbe audience, ' went off 1:1 til,; m -st satisfiictorj- mtnner. I We oljjoct, Iiamiver. to tlie reiterated calls j for an encore beint? in every case responded to, becauw i...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

-|Tf rf\TI-**-4'l* *T*iyrrT-T=**r'.T'.'|4 -t-'g!T-3*-'*S-gi T00WO0MBA. [FROM ODB OWN CORRESPONDENT.} Wednesday afternoon. The official declaration of the votes polled at the -recent election, for the Western Downs, took place yesterday at the Court-house, Drayton, sod tUe Town Hall, Toowoomba, when the final state of the poll was declared to be aa follows: — ' ? - . '? Moffiitt- .;„..:..„ — w-V-W:-...- ? Hirst «~.~. ? 45 Majority for Moftatt .46 Mr. Mofiatt was^therefore, declared to be duly elected as re^reseatatire for thcr Western Downs, bat jras not present. Mr. JVC. White J^jtake»»ttt_£um jnonses agaittfit Tiiom3& - 'Gilson and, CharJm.Erbag|ii»&rpefa^^jJaters. Mr. HamUtmiiae been' rpteio^ed. for the - prosecution, and Mr. . Occ«k .for the .defence. ,-^:'i'n/.;-- u ?? .-*--r- y ;: ,. Deplorable accounts continue to come in from the Coudamine districtjof the losses being occasioacd by the -Bant of : *ain. ' j At onestation sheep are dying at tbe rate of fire hund...

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

THURSDAY. SElTEilDEa i. 1862. The complications arising out of the retirement of Mr. Mackenzie from tiie Cabinet aad the absence of Mr. ilEii BEKr having m-vr beca tided over, — if not in the most satisfactory manner, still in sucli a way as gives to each de partment in the public service a respon sible head. Ministers, if so inclined, will find plenty of work daring the Par- J liaincntary recess. 'Work, too, of sack a natnre as reijiurts early attention. : Uy the way in wliick tboir several tasks I are catered on aud prosccoted, will tlic j public be Ale to judge of -tlie executive I ability of a ministry that is. virtually | new in everything but name. That a j degree of laxity has hitherto obtained ' ia most of tbe departments, is a fact put beyond dispute l-y the proceedings of the last session of Parliament. To alter this state of things for the Letter, to clear off the shameful arrears of work which hare been allowed to accumulate, to initiate and carry on sued works as the re...

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

FOREIGN. Bakk Robskbt is Genoa, from' Times' Cobeespokdekt.— The telegraph informed von of a famous robbery perpetrated in full daylight at the bank of I'.^i ^ -£no«, ;f«Hn wl.id, . „„„, or eoo.ooo !-»«.„ rjrricd »waj- by might of arms. One of the persons arrested, as supposed to bo implica ted in that danng- deed, is Colonel Catta benc. Ane nf the* hmvA^ nAt«.u ?„ n . baldi's staff. Cattabenc, a native ofPesaro. belongine to a decent Eunilv. is covered with iionnnnible wounds received in battle at Melcwo ana Cal.«o. There is no man more impohioualy and heroically dorinir in tl,e field. Bat he is said to be alwav' Tard up for money, b«ing desperately addicted to gunbline— a habit he had in common with Null., and other GaribaMians. Tliat hi'™ duccd fortunes may.liavc driven him to so criminal an attempt is what tnanv are elill loth to believe, and there are also^m™ £l' surmise that ifhe really had ft hand in thai aflair his object was not to fill hj9 „„?„ pocket, but to procure means...

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

MEI.BOURXT: At the SanaUarst eleetion Sir. Strickland,' th-- opjwnaon catrfMate. was returned bv « xn ijonty «f r,M votes o»---r S^wrc, tie minis tcri.il candidate. The testimonial in rect--r,,iKon nf t!)c w. vices i-f Mr. Landsborongh liaa Iteen teiten \m witu jireat entlnisinim. and contributiuns to a. haiduma .mount «ro~*»minK in .TUEre U notUing .t.. note ia.raar^aatHo matters, snatrafe .rf evwnr AiJZuZjlSrS. ^. - — ? ^ — ^rvrw» ?? jBtf*«».^»»M jf.H^.- «, vbi«- o»™?5i ir Torsery. but tine sentence of the eunrt fs ro sorved. Bishop Perrj- has Feft tlie colony on- a visit to Knirfand. wCtU the intention of Iiriiisjinj out « number of clergymen. Tlic Exploration Ooititaittee are now in receipt of Tj&odsWons-irs journal, which will be published immediately.

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

NEW CAJ.EDOSflA. i [?] mm H lbo oana lieutenant Chamfc.^— __ [?] sSfgssp wmsm i-^fi\ ^T smx- Keoinio, the CMrf rf | the .chief pe^no-f &^3£~£ of fcouufay to fe cnWS d vflSafi^ 1 Tho little detachment of Sub-Iieuten«iit Merchant, wliicli left Kanala at S a.m. on tbe Stli of Joly. arrived at the Port «f Franco on tlie 11th of the same month, at half-past eight p.tn_ baring marched for thirty -three hours in order to arrive nit the Port. Lieu tenant Cbunbeyron arrived on die 12th. after having happily accomplished his inland journey. Official Notice. — Tire Administration of the colony .,{ New Caledonia informs tlie trade that they intend to hold two public auctions, at one o'clock in tlie afternoon of the 3rd «r November next, at the office of the tntendent (Ordonnatctir) of tbe colony for the supply of the provisions necessary for the sustcntatinn service during the vcars 1SG3 and 1864 : tint is to «ajr-3n the' first lot at least 150,000 kilogrammes -of flour, 40.000 kilogram...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

SYUNKY. i - Mirtidav. C n.m. ( From Pie Courier.} . ; . The escorts have arrii-cd front Onuigc, an* l»ioiiglit down three tiioiisnnd--3oi)0) 1 ounces «if gold. . j I^iitii ipexjxitcli from Forlts of i-esficr- '? dtvtdAto. we Jean) H)P P-:imvjng .^— Pro- ! HiitcU liavc p-eatij- briglitencd, »mJ opera tions aiiiboiujj can-iud out in a most spirited manner. Tlic boring apparatus lias. turned oh* a crfrii'pletc success. ^ * . : - ^ XA p--rtiori --rt!its p»rr of-onr telegram ts iiuiutclli^ribli.% but whether on-ing; to our Ciirrcispondents or the tijjcffrai)!j!c Gnemtnrs is iu«re tliaii we can -Mr. j ' * ? A man was shot liy one of several armed marauders three miles fr.nn ti«rn [Forbes?] hilt nut tiitilly. TJie market is overstocked ivith flmir, the juice of which is frt»n tsre:iiy-eig!it to tliirt»'-s5x iliilliujs per Imn dicilweifflit. Mr. Alcsauder Campbell is n}«jtit to o=t ibVisli a braucli of tlic U.nnk of Agra at Sydney. 'Tlic Feejeean Coimnissioscrs presented a report to the Gov...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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