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

FKOCLAMATION. By LM ^w^'?? ^^S1'311 Femdson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of tbe Most l),6t,»gaished Order of St. Michael «*d St&orge, CpSjenenl TN pursuance of the authority in me vested-, and in accordance with the nrori Lj?7*?* ** *$ Victoria, No. 15, respecting the AlieSn of '*CS. i t' ' ^ZGoveTBpr aforeBald. with the advice of the Executive Council do hereby notify and proclaim that the following Lote of LandwilTbe ^ffcredfor ale bypuW,c ancd0B «t the undermentioned place, arEleveTo'doA ot the day ^.fied, at tL npset price ^ed to cachet iespeSy? ^^ S 3«tf acres, £1 os, ; above 300 and not exceeding 640 acres, £1 106 ^^ SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WARWICK, Os Monday, Tin: 13th Dat op October, 1862, ? TOWN LOTS. 1 I * 5 J *~. Price _ ^ - « Ana. p^.,^ Connty. Parish. Situation. ' '^J_\ ? — ? -??? a. e. r. ~ ~~ ~~ ? 2 1 S I 0 *1 ***? Ine'ewood Town of Inglewooa 3 3 10 2-0 8 ♦ V 2 O $ ' ' ~ * 1 0 2 O 8 6 0 2 0 8 7 0 2 0 8 S 8 1 o 2 0 8 9 9 10 2 0 8 10 10 1 0 2 o g 11 1 2 0 2 O 8 ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 4 September 1862

Birth. On the 2nd September, Mrs. C. E. Walker, Nicholas-street, of a son.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the S. M. Utirdd.) The past week has, we regret to say, wit nessed another calamitous fire in the city, by which considerable loss lias been ocensioncd. It broke out on Wednesday evening shortly after .nine o'clock, in the promises occ'ijiie;! by Mr. Porster, con fectioier, of Ueorso-strcct. and cim municatitis also to Cohen's Clutblng Hall on one side, and Weekcs' ironmongery warehouse on tlie otlier, resulted iu damage to the amount of some £18.00(1. of which about £13.(X)O is covered l)y insurance. Tuat tic result was nut still more disastrous was owing to the effective services of the Fire Brigades, the members of which worked with an amount of skill and activity that com ninnded the admiration of all who were present at- the Ecene. The cssort which arrived on Thursday brought down a most convincing pmof of the increasing productiveness ofonr^old-fields, more especially the Laclilan. the amount re tB-Jjttenit --'oD*'^lnel«^prc5«r« 'ioT : ponmatjoiit pnidnc...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

BURNETT. 'CFnm the Bunutt Anna.) The Match. — Monday last being the day appointed for the private match which has S^oca^TilehratBd'VorseBiBraT-leilnan ana' Cruiser for £S0 a-side, three times the course, — «5ffetVeSt; we, although somewhat surprised, were glad to see that our men of business Should take such an interest in the affair; -we fouad them, though evidently having an «ye to business, fidgetty and uncomfortable, -wishing that their customers would call again to-morrow, when they would be to happy to accommodate them. The number of people present wen very considerable. 'Though there was numbers of townsmen yet ear country friend*, and principally our country gentlemen, mustered very strongly. Tbe weighing, which was con ducted under the cartful and anxious eye of Mr. John Edwards, of Ban Ban, who was appointed -judge, having been completed, and die usual tnss-np by Mr. Francis Glyna Connolly, the starter,' as to positions, the two horses were led, being in a frisky mood, up ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

I'HIK X-OTSW'JMTS- ? tfhm the Toomoomba ft,~.r,\ ? Spring.— Notwithstanding: the sevrrity of the drought tlus' winter, ul *be seeming reluctance of the heavens to open their flood pates and give rain, the spring season is beginning to be announced in the putting forth of early bloom, a number of the frnit trees being now in blossom : hut should no not be favored with a pluvial visitation be fore Ions. * very poor crop may l»c antici pated. Liarge blocks of land iiavc been ploughed and are ready fur planting, but in the present state of the ground are allowed to lie fallow. In some cases where oaten hay has been sown, the owners have turned their cirtlc iu t-» cat it off. The iatc effects of the dry weathsr have t-Id severely on tile horses and cattle of the district this winter ; large numbers of them have died, and are to he seen lyin~ abnut in all direc tions. Teams of working bullocks are to been passing through the town, so weak that they can move along but sIohOj-. It is stated...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

Roster fob KEtTEMiirii- — 9th, F. A-Forbes and J. 1». Bell : 12th. F. Xortb and E. B. Drury ; 16th, C. Fsttnriui and Dr. Darscy ; 19th. Cr. Faircloth and 3. Fleming ; i'Jrd, B. Cribb and J. Panton ; 26tb, R. JS. Smith and Dr. Rowlands ; Sdtli, G. U. Wilson and F. North. Small Debts Cuuet. — Wednesday. Octo ber 1st. 3Io3srs. G. IL Wilson, B. Cribb, and C. Fattorini

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. (Before the Police Magistrate and Francis North. Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

Fbiday. Septekoee 5. {Before the Police Magistrate and Francis North. Esq.) 'William Jones, convicted of drunkenness, w»s discharged with a caution. John Burnes pleaded jruilty to an informa tion charging him with h«wking without a. license, and was ordered to pay * fin'' of £5 ; or in defauttf to be imprisoned in Brisbane Gaol for ten days. Edward Lockhart was charged with an assault on liis wife, and on her evidence and that of Mr- James Cook, was fined £10, and bound orer to keep the peace towards her for three months, himself in £20, and two sureties of £20 each. Nobth v. WrxDson Anv*is. — In this case the defendant was charged oh information with ' having repudiated his agreement to construct a portion of a stable. The plain tiff1 having invert evidence proving the non fulfilment of contract, on the suggestion of Mr. Cbubb, who appeared for the defendant, ths matter was referred to Mr. John 3IaC' donald for arbitration.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

IMPOUNDLNGS. At Ipswich, fcy Police. — Bay mare, small star, off bind foot white, HC near ribs. I not released on or before the 15th Septem ber, 186% will be sow.— A, Hasekkaw. Poundkeeper. At Ipswich, from Fernielawn. Driving anS trespass £1 per head. :— Bay mare, near hind feet white, diamoad over TB conjoined near ehouWer- bay marer blaze off Core foot, near fore leg and bind lees white, .T near thigh, GL over T over OO near sltoclder, brand off shoulder not legible; brown filly foal, bUie, hind feet 'white, brand near shoulder not legible ; brawn horse, HH near shoulder; bay mare, JFS near shoulder ; bay colt, UK off* shoulder ; bay colt, small star, UK near shoulder; grey mare, dark points C near shoulder; chesnnt hone, all four foot white, Ware, Ike IK over WB blotched near shoulder,— If not released on or before 22nd September. 1668, will be sold. A. Hasbk sukp, Ponndkeepor. At Warwick, from Korth Toolbnm. hy aruerof Messrs. Mnssie and lValkor, on the 26th August. Damages and...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

CTOIwffMrB iiOI AJL._ Peqduce KECEivcn. — Py Messrs. G. U. Wil son and Co. — 1 bundls sheepskin?, T W & Co. ; I* casks tallow, T W & Co.; 11 bun dles sheepskins, T B S. Me. Cockbcbn reports the sain or Rocklon. the resideuc; of Wm. Craies, Rsq, with 7J acres of Wai, for the sum of three thousand poanJs ; alSM. ^U acres 3 mods and IG j*erobcs of land, known as Watexlea, for the sum of £450.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

1 IPSWICH POLICE COUBT. r TauBSDJtT. SsFxncmt 4. Befobk the Rdioe Magistrate. Mary Jane Walsh, convicted of drunken neas, was fined life, with ihe «Uem»tit*-of twenty-four hour* in tbe odh.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

Sfr^CivLLAJTEOljS. A Xrw Emigeation Fielo.— A tolerably unanimous feeling has been expressed as to the International Exhibition being a mis take iu its conception and a failure iu its ! exco-ition, bnt from one point of view it must certainly be considered a success. | Thus, & day spent in the Canadian court gives the shrewd observer a more correct knowledge of that colony thau twelve ?nmitlu* 'study of books. Again. JUi hour devoted to tbo examination of the court allotted to the Republic of Uruguay will afford a trne and faithful index to tlie extra ordinary resources of the South American continent. — a quarter of tho globe offering remarkable inducements to the emigrant, but a knowledge of which has hitherto hoen I confined to a travelled few. The Republic j of Urugmay, better known by its name of Monte Video, enjoys a climate the most i siliibri'ins in the world, and a soil of tin- ! equalled fertility. Among numemus samples nf the whcM plant, exhibited on the walls «f ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. 29TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

SYDNEY 1IAUK.KTS. 2:TU At'GUiT. Flour steady, aai p;-iec» unaltered. Lj qnids in mo-ierate -ler-iand. at last quota tion*. Teas are firm; coagous are worth £7 10s. to £3 lii. 6d- per ch-st. isn^.irs are siijvring a Slight iinproveinent ; tlie carcjo per Ehiimore was disposed of fro-n £2u to to £36 per ton. Coffee is iu better request, from 3d. to 1 1-1 per lb. Eice not so ni'icJi in demand ; Patna qnoted at £25 per ton. Salt dud of sale ; Livurp--ol. £4 per ton. Oilmen's stores in moderate request; stock heavy. No alter^ituMi iiK tobacco, nor any transactions of importance'.

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(from the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

{From the Courier.) Tins VicTDEiAif Cokpast's Plastaitok.— r Mr. Ham. accompanied by Mr. Warren, *llio overseer of the Yictoriau Company's Plant; - tioo, proceeded in the- Hotham yesterday, in charge of a party of men, in order to com mence- operations. The Hotham also took down a quantity of rations and stores. A competent Government surveying staff pro ceeded by the same opportunity to survey the Company's grant, and also blocks for Messrs. Scott and Campbell, near the Logaa Biver. and for tbe Manchester Company's Plantation on the Narrang Creak, winch is to be under the charge of Mr. Price. The Ipswich Volekteeb Bipi.es.— A cor respondent, writing from Ipswich, asks when Captain -Pitt will proceed to the sister town for the purpose of resuscitating the 'First Queensland Bifles?' Tbewiginal members of the corps, and many persons who have lately arrived in the town, we aro told, would willingly unite to form a com pany ' if the slightest encouragement and fair play were vouchsafed ...

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EXTRAORDINARY DOINGS IN A CEMETERY AT SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

EXTE.V.ORDINART DOINOS IN A CESTETEBV AT SHEFFIELD. j Soue days since a laborer named Dixon in ! fiir'nicd the police that, at the Wardsend Cemetery. Sheffield, bodies; were taken np immediately aftar interment, and: sold for dissection. This statement was strength ened by the production of a number of coffin plates; and it was further stated that a body which had been dissected was waiting at the time for re-intcrment. The explanation grren by the Her. Mr. liresay, and bv Howard, the sexton, was, that graves which have not been pnrchnsed by friends of tbe deceased arc liable, after the lapse of a cer tain time, to be re-opened for tlie reception of other bodies, the privilege being reserved to tbe friends of deceased persons to pay for the grave within 3 limited period. TVTien a grave is re-opened, it is often found thnt Ste plates of previous coffins bare become loose, and are thrown oat in the course of the new interment The rale was to replace- the plates carefully on tbe coffin...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. September 4th ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

SYDXI'r SHIPPING. September 4th. JLEBIVED. Tnrcnts, Itsr^aci; &*Mir Manila Jane Ij.icWHaxt, scAkonev. Cn-m T*ar&na3u_ \Joclo Tom, scUiKMMsr, from. Sciebano. M.3I.S.J5. MiraEJa. i'..r Belambi. MHTEi-I10l.'-»l»:AI. Ob^EKVATIONS. »V1-SEV OESiEEViTOEY. Barometer. .'fO-O-.Jl. Thermometer, 53'i VTind S.Wr.. Force I. -.-Ioud I. Weather cloady aud dull. Wight rain.

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BRISBANE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

:BB.xssBAJsns. (wstnc otm omr onmwimBT.1 Friday. « urn' Inenbratinns m yonrcoliiimis nave t-ecn RO'iictrliat rare of*I&te. owinir to c&us-^ over wiiicll 1 Ittxve had n-- control. Al though, no doubt, tire deprivation of that nrofnnnd philosophy usually contained in ray epistles must have been a great loss to your readers, yet I can assure yon that as far as the matter of mere news goes, you have not suffered by my silence-. Pot the last fortnight or so there has been literally 'nothing stirring- bnt stagnation '? The principal streets look d»H and quiet anS it is evident that all the recent arrivals in the shape of immigrants have become 'ab- sorbed.' except a few who are remaining about town 'absorbing' in the calm and retired shades of tbe public houses. There are. however, fortunately very few. It would be no good for me to tell yon that bis Excellency is on his way to the top of the Australian continent, and the Colonial Secretary steaming towards Point de Galle....

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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

WZEKLT CALEVD.VIl. s_ ,,..., I fics ; Sex ; Uocxs ilic:: Wat. k Bepi- ISu~ I Kises. ( sns. I Acs. ; os tue EAa '~~ | h.jl | n.jT~| n.,^ ' ; M^n-lATfam. EitwJtj - Mi I iM in ; ;« s V. Ku«rt»y_ t! 6 12 S« -i! '- g #*| 9 j6 M..»4»j_ 8| 611 SK 12 7 D 4; 10 So Tturslav U 6 9 n% K i I i 6 11 % rrid»r-:i4 * S t« 18 7 0«i ».0S» 1 I'' Tbe m'! rifin; mni setting is e&lnibitcd to m«ao se. Hifi^j wnler al l}«swich four boars liter.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

~ 3STOXBS A3ST3P 3M Jbi W fc- A Step Is the Right Direction. — It ap pears by the Western Downs papers that the Government have taken a very judietous step in giving directions to Mr. Commis sioner Haage, in that district, t» report upon all lands taken up in the agricultural re serves that have not bad the necessary im- . increments made upon them. In order that Jtheytnay be forfeited to the Crown. The jp^»4* ^mAer 'which men 'ymril* .am 'taken u , provides that the lands most be improved within six months. Many valuable blocks of land -will be thus thrown into the market, as it is stated that very few of tho pur chasers have complied with the provisions of the Act. ' From all lots so forfeited, she Government will deduct 10 per cent of the pnrcbase-money, returning the balance to the purchaser. This, without doubt, is ax «aeoWyj--a-ci»ns.foritis«oobaathatdie best land* in die colony should be locked np» to satisfy the greed of speculators, -when nnmeroas uidividuals are ready to p...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

MAIL AHRAVGRIIKXTS AT THE POST OFFICE. HETHnrSS. I XJIMtlUSBiT iWffilfflinil ^ ? ^* ? j IPSWICH. J IPSWICH. Bmsiusi V DialT. Sttiidxy ts- JDmIj, Sunday ci f -xrtai,9p.m. j crpt«l,7pi. ''' f ftidjr.Spjn. I day. Spjn. jj^^j.,,-, 1 TnusdajvILSOuii.'TbiirciUjsndStin ™L*rr-al t Pr=-J»3-,Sj-nt. .i itoT.Spjn. TTiiwiCK I 1I£J'iaf,li3aniii./Tliaradv«-'tlSnn-- / T0ims4*y,Spjn.l J»y,5p.m. -x.iAxca TmsLij, Sjun. JSuaday.s pjn. The forojoin^ Mails arrive at their desti nation as follon-s: — Bekbax* .. Oaily, Sanday excepted, 10 a.m. Tookoomba Wednesday, 11 ajn.; Satur day. 5 p.m. Ubattojt..,. Wednesday, noon; Saturday, 6 pan. Waewick .. Tuesday,- 4 p.m/; Saturday 11 « '' Kasajtgo „ Friday, noon. The folloTvins MaiLs are contingent for time on the arrivals of the steamers; and for these such arrangcnieats are made as are most likely to meet public convenience, viz.: Maryborough, (JlaJstoce, and Sockhamp ton, every alternate Sunday or Mon day, as notified in the local papers of the previous Friday...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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OTAGO. VIA MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

OTAGO. Via MfXBOonsE. The Gottonbnrg has arrived from Dune din with papers to the 18th. Large num bers of miners were leaving for Cwomandei until it became known that two miners had deposited at tbe Treasury a bsg containing 87 Ibs. of gold. The spot from which this qnantity was obtained is kept a secret, but it is believed to be Mount Walker, near Waikonaital. The depositors areCalifor nians; the total amount lodged by them is made np in a number of different baes evi dently made in the bnsb. They claim a reward from tbe Government for pointing out the place where they found tbe gold. The telegraph h«s been opened from Port Chalmers to Dunedin. A three mile match, between Mr. Towns end's Falcon and Mr. Julias Elaine's Gem. was won by the latter. - Three honses in George-street, Dunedin, were destroyed by fire. Steps have been taken to organise a fire brigade. At Hanukirikia, new auriferous ground has been discovered. About one hundred and fifty men are doing well there, and tlie we...

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