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General Post Office. Brisbane, 31st July, 1862. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

General Post Office. Brisbane, 31st July, 1B6S. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. |~1OXVEYA5TCE being required for the \J Post Office Hails from snd to the under mentioned places, for one or two years, from the 1st January, 1663, persons disposed to contract for providing conveyance for the same are invited to transmit their offers in writing to this office before Twelve o'clock on TUESDAY, the 7fli day of October next, endorsed 'Tender for Conveyance of Mails.' 1. From and to Brisbane and Moggill Once a week. 2. From and to Ipswich and Warwick: Twice a week, via Fassifern, Maryva!e( and Glengallan. 3. From nnd to Ipswich, Toowootnbs, -icd Drayton : Twice a week. 4. 'From and to Ipswich and Snnengu Once a week. 5. From and to Drayton and Nanango : Once a week, via Gowrie, Rosalie, ana Tarong. 6. From and to Dalby and Gnndawindi : Once a week, via St. Ruth's, Cecil Plains, Dnnmorc, Junction, and lie treat. 7. From and. to Dalby and Auburn : Once a week, via Jimbour, Burrandowan, Bun dooma, and Ca...

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

NOTICE. I^OUNTKY Subscribers or Advertisers \J whose Accounts are £1 or upwards,' ? -will oblige by aa early remittance Noeth Attbtratt-x- Office * 1st July, IS62. NOTICE. PERSONS INDEBTED to Hie Worth Australian for Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the 30th June last, inclusive, arc respectfully requested to be FBOmrintue settlement of their accounts. A -rents are requested to make immediate remittances' and statements of moneys col lected on account of tills establishment, 'liurth Australian™ Office, .Ipswich, 21st Stay, IS62. NOTICE. TNTEVDINC Subscribers are reminded J_ that the present is the first issue of this Journal for the quarter. Persons calling at' the office, or sending a written order, will have the paper delivered regularly at their address. Tebms: . - Quarterly, in Advance „' 9». Ditto, credit .. .. ... lOi. Noeth Ausisauas Office, 1st JnJy, 1863. ^^ aromas SUBSCfilHEBS receiving their papers Irregularly, either through the tost Offic* v,t from Uunncre, will oblige...

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

Cjje Hforfjr JlUisttaUau, AKD QCZKKSLASS GKTERAL ABTKKTISER, IS published, on Tcesday. Toubsbat. and Satcbday mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. XEBHE OP SUBSCRIPTION. Fer Quarter, in sdrancc ? St. Per Quarter, credit ? lite. Single Number ..1 ? 6d. The Quarters terminate on the 3 1st March, ? :. g^/nrtffii^iSii^i^ii^ii?iiffii date of commencing their subscriptions. TBBUS «? ADVBETOHXB. a. «L Two lines, or under a quarter «f an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under hulf an inch .... 2 0 Six lines, or under throe-quarters of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under onu inch ? S 0 Every additional eight lines, under hh inch. ........?-..???..??.... I © TERMS OF DISCOUNT. C Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^ cent. 13 „ ? 15 „ 26 ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face «f each Advertisement, or it i will be continued until countermanded, and ' charged accordingly. Advertisements from j Non-subscribers must 1m paid for previously to publication. Ord...

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

BHIPPIN6 ARRIVAL. Septbkbeb 4. — Varra Yarra, steamer, 630 tna-s. Captain. O'Uci'Iy, fro:n_ Sydjiey, Sep., tembir 1st. Viidseuzers— -JIr. and Sirs. Kobcrt Tooth. Mr. and Jlrs. Wills and family. Mr. &ud Mrs. Bra'js.nt ar.d child, Mr. and Mrs. Landsber.?. lira. HsilitniB, . Miss Lamb, Captain L. II. Scott. ? Mr. E-- Lamb. Doctor Lj.ua.tt, Messrs. FaitEfentir, E, Vfckcrv, T. Coutts. Dacey, Ilox, W. Archer, \7: Burfeitt, and 31 in the stoerajje. IIH'OETS. Varra Yarra : 70 ba^s flour, 31 bags pota toes, 2 kegs butter, 6+ bags eujar.^Pimton and Co. ; 2 casks pitch, Ji-iics ; 64 bars iron, S bundles iron, 4 bars stce', 1 anvil, 2i as!c boxes, 1 p&raul. 2 cases galvanised inrn, Tj H. Jones and Co.; 10 chests tea. Hasscl and Ogg; S hales. IScasrs, 1 trnss, 6 hoses toa, 3 bags cnSia.S quirtir-casks wine. 14 bags sugar, 24 Ing* brau, 1 package figF. 1 package almoutls. 1 csss cabbie. 1 cask barley, Cribb aad Foote-, 13 bnudies galva nised wire, W. B. Teath : 1 quarter-cask bran...

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

CHILL In Chili no incident has occurred diirin' the past fortnight of sufficient importance: £i demand serious attentian. VjUjuirnieo dnr tiu; the fortnigtiit ' Un* hall tliroe llns* — -m the 4th. 5th, and 7th ; tlie first consuming lialf n block in one uf the most tbicklv settled part* iifthocity. and causing a loss of nearly 339.000 dollais, twe-O/irds of which iras covere.l by insurance. The Becond fir« consumed the house of Burgorot and the one ailjoiDing, -valued ' both jit 1S,1K.K} dollars. The third consumed the house of M. &m$£ insured for 8.SW dollars. He was arrested for arson, but no evidence wes produced of the crime. The comet of Euplte was noticed «t tlie O'lscrvatorr of Santiapo on tin: ath March. This is the* thirteenth time it Uaa been obi 1 served.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

' ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 7 p.m. Opposition has been entered against Mr. Burnett iu the Court of Insolvency, on ac count of reckless trailing. Tlie case stands adjourned to the 3rd September. A large and influential meeting of the Germans has been held to adopt a petition to Parliament pray in p to be allowed to nomi nate their fi ieads .from Germany in propor tion to their numbers, tbe same as other colo nists, under the Government regulations. The Bcv. Thomas Field, a clergyman of the Church of England, has arrived in the Orient. He intends laboring in the bush in the south-eastern districts. Some of the plant of tbe new Gas Company has arrived. The works will bo pushed for ward with great vigor. Wednesday, Aug. 28, 7 p.m. Slessrs. Townsend and Co. sold by auction to-day the Kiwnuanduok run on tlie Murray. Sheep and lambs to be counted at 20s. per head. A Mr. and Mrs. Freeman have been com mitted to take tlieir trial for setting fire to property at Strathalbyn. Mr. Magarey's motion tha...

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

PERU. Pern rcmiins tr/iiiquil, tiere being no poli tical news of ii'np' 'rtancc to comrounicat.;. An extensive robhfv «f jewellery has taken place in Lim.-. :'r ;-u ilio prciabsci of Luiuie ami Brillman. It .?i-t».irs duri:i^ the Se mana Santa, and ..-S.ile the princip:ils «!' !:;?? i estiblislimeut «:s at Ciiunill-w, .a ^t-rij i named Ijtiis .Tc.hi.^.n. employed bv t!:i-:n. | taking advaniiij-e «f the time and 'of tiicir ahstincp. ahscuaded with ralna'iles And jew. ollcrv in his possession to the aniriniit of froniSiUOOto 40.0X-d.illai-3. It is presumed !ic left in the steamer Callaofur Valparaiso, on tbe SOtlt ultimo.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, August 27. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

MELBOUBSE. Wednesdav, August 27. 8 a.m. Steps are being taken to acknowledge the services performed tiv randsborongh to wards tlie exploration 'of the continent. A public meeting is called for Friday nest, for tbe purpose «f Irrtnjringr the matter forward. Great dissatisfaction is felt at the »on puhTication ot his report, after having been in the setted districts six weeks James Simpson, sub-manaser of the Vnw Chmn Mining Company, at Sandhurst, was charged with embezzlement at die Police Court, and remanded to Sandhurst. Some exposures of mining management were male at the meeting of the -l»ens Water Works Company. It was announced that after the expenditure of £50,000 die engineer reports the wstor supply as a failure, and that the only remaining chance for the shareholders is tlie auriferous natare of the cround selected. In the Insolvent Court, the Chief Com missioner refused to grant a certificate to Messrs. Hooper and Dy*r for twelve months, on tfie ground of the firm overtrad...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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RIO DE LA PLATA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

BIO DE LA PLATA. Acw difficulties bad sprung np among the Provinces of the Confederation. Sinta Fe had repudiated tiie new govvruor, Patri cia Cnllen. Santa Fe bad also demanded thnt the U-jenos Ayros troo)-s sli.MiH evacu ate its territory, and that the Ritsario ens. !o»:-hnusc should be sndcr its liian.-igcnient. In Enti-c Rios. General Urquiza di.l not ap pear to be on better terms with tlie new go. vemment of General Slitrc, nud it is thouglu he is incitinjr other provinces -to resistance. The National Congress was about to meet at the last dates. March IS, at Bucaos Ayres, to decide as to the future scat of fJovern meut. A great dijal of jealousy existed be tween Buenos A--res and Urngnav, -m the ground thatttic tormcr rejiublic was trying tocrcate a ^iificii'ty fcettvecu the latter and ths Province of Corrientes, to induce it to claim jfaom (Jnipay » [mdon uf it» Xcrxi 4&OOJDOO dMllmrw ^Mihiiww *££?£&» ylo,www j --r Hiuir sniijscts, to lie paid by the 10th ; ^l...

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

! BOLIVIA. From Bolivia we learn tliat tfic risings in favor of Ucuaral B-lzu have been stided through the prudence and energy of -ienc- rai Acha. Tlie revolutionary party through «ut tlie Republic are almost, if not totally, crashed. General Acha Ls tbo popular re- , cipientof political honors, and. i:i oonjnnc- j tion with General Porea, is received and ac J::.'on-lcfljfet} everywhere with pleasure iiv ] those who liHik forward to deliverance frmii their pi-eaent troubles.

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NEWCASTLE. Saturday, Aug, 30. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

KEWCASTLE. ' Saturday, Avs. 30. Tiie case of A. A. Company v. John Gray was tried io-dav. Present — Mr. Helcnus Scott, PJI., and'Mr. JohnBingle, J.P. John Gray appeared on bis recognisance to answer the plaint for that be, ha vinjr entered into a written contract to serve the A. \. Company, did obtain from the said company an advance in money on account of wages, arxl after obtaining them refused to perform the ivork lie contracted (o perform, to the extent of the advance of traces so made, without reasonable cause. The defendant pleaded guilty. At the instance of Mr. Winship, tlic colliery manager, the proceed incrs were allowed t»- be withdrawn, on the defendant signing an agreement to work nndcrhis agreement, and not io take ad van - rage of * clause therein to j,ut an end to it by payment of the advance of wages, till the cud of three months from this day.

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WEST MAITLAND. Wednesday, Aug 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

WEST MAnXAND. Wednesday. Aug. 29. (/row tht S. Jtf. Ihrali.) Captain Turner and Mr. G. Vindin were thrown from a buggy in High-street. Both are much hurt.

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

KrANDBA. Satm-dkv. The line was re-opened at 4.30 p.m. It has been out of repair since the 12th nstant. A good qnantity ot snow stSI remains on he ground. Wind calm, weather fine. . *

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LACHLAN. Tuesday, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

1ACHLA5T. Tnesdav. Anmrct 97 The new lead catted Conk's, after three satisfactory pn-~pects, was yesterday de clared under the if tie of Eureka Lead. Great excitement prevailed at Blackman*s lead, which was pruuoonced » duffer. On Satnr4»y forge nmnbai -vrln» were- M&atri to ttira|- «W»aon»a tbe etiuma. AMtfier «=U-m on tlie Victoria. lead strode wciplits to rlie dish, and' improving. Two feet of wasli dirt is now reaJv to wash. Weather, fine.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

LATEST IWI^IT .TJGEMC3E. (From tie Courier.) STDSEV. Wednesday, 6 p.m The first cargo of coal arrived us Monday from the mine lately discovered at take Sracquaric. The site is aimnt fifty miles from the heads of Port Jactson. The suam j of coal crops nut on tbe surface, and ivill be verv valuable as an article -if commerce. Wednesday. Ua]£past 6 p m. IXr. ISucbfUiMi bafi bMn »Erestu4 iumI laag^ in l^artmgtkaixst. Owl, ixi cmweqineuQi) of the nan payment of caals he incuvrts^ In UU late action »gi»in«t the publisher or the & ML BtraU. ^jj- :- Wednesday, C p.n». A report that got into circulation as to valuable gold-fields taring been discovered at Wellington lias turned nut to be a hoax. Tbe news from the Lachlan g»ld-uulds continues to be of a very satisfactory des cription. In the Honse of Assembly to-dny the Ckim&l Treasurer brought in a Bill to re duce the export duty on gold. The debate is at present going on on Sir, Wilson's motion to the effect that the Cvln ni...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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The North Australian. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862

SJ.TUHDAT. SEPTEMBER 6, 1662. Although pastoral pursuits have made unexampled progress in Queensland, they bare not and cannot for years to come attain the maximum of produc tiveness that maybe reasonably expected from the breadth of country under occupation. Sufficient progress has been made uotrerer, to show that with the improvements leaseholders will be justified in effecting on their stations, f jr the conservation of water, enclosure and subdivision, and the introduction of suitable grasses, that this colony cannot fail to become the largest exporter of pastoral products among the Australian colonies. The various ca'oses which have joined to add to the prosperity of Queensland, are worthy of the serious consideration of those who aro in the habit of looking beyond the surface for the genus from which the material wealth of a country spring. Few colonies have so practically tested and reaped the advantage of the adage, — ' That it is an ill wind that blows nobody good,' — as Qu...

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

WA.STED, a K'UBSESIAID. Apply to UASSELL & OGii, East-street, Ipswich. WANTKD, a YOb*TH, from 14 to 16 years of age, with a good plain cdn cation, as an Apprentice to tlie Printiug business. Apply office of this j»aper. WASTED, a BLACKSMITH, must be a good llorse-shoer. Apply to **?' ''' ? ^'jJcuStawKtpswicii. * September 1st, IS62. H. S. B L AND, Auctioneer, Broker, sad General GonunifisioB Agent, Easr Stceet, Iit-wicH. f?1 frrkfl TO LE-«rD.-m good freehold 3t-lClVjU security. Apply to A. MACALISTF.lt, Ipswich. Triccpherons 1 TricopixerouB ! ! Tricopherons ! ! ! THE GEXCINE AW.EBICAN, at E. TAYLOll'S, Chemist, Bell - street, Ijiswich. Thomas Henry Bodkin, (Formerly of Leicester, England), /'lOMMCNICATE with M. GOGGS, \J Wolstou. Brisbane. Queensland, and yon will hear of an advantage. Your father is dead. DAMS AND SESERYOmi! TC. LOW. C.E, wHlbe DISENGAGED _ ? early in October. Address — J. C. LOW, C.E, Jiinbour, MOHCE T HAVE a Large BAT MABE, star in X forehead, (4) four wh...

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

??« V ADELAIDE. ' ' ?' '?? Wednesday. 2tcirs has been received «f the arrival «f irlvinlay and party on the Clayton. Many persons say that this must be a mistake, and that it must be Hoiritt who has arrived, as that was the route by which be might be expected to come. According to reliable calculations, there are now thirteen thousand tons of nour in this colony (South Australia) available for exportation.

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

VICTORIA. We have Melbourne papers to the 28th ultimo. The following quotations are from the Argut: — On Tuesday, at the weekly meeting of the council of the Acclimatisation Society, Mr. Edgar L. Layard, late private secretary to Sir George Grey, had an interview with tlie council. Mr. Cayard is a thorough natural ist, and perfectly conversant with the zoo logy and ornithologY «f South Africa . mnd the object the council had in view in invit ing Mr. Layard to meet them was, to learn from him what probability there existed as to their procuring el&ndB from Africa. Mr. TjAytacA stated tbat unless tiie council -were prepared to St out an expedition eapecitlir 'or this purpose, at a oast of £3000 or £tO0O. tnese animals oonld bo procured from Iton don more economically, and with far less risk. Mr. Layard mentioned several varie ties of birds, which, in bis opinion, it would be very desirable to introduce here — among others, the ** secretary bird,' so valuable on account of its ...

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

mrt.toJSJKNE. : Wednesday. Mr. tVdtoWe* has retired by n.taaon from thel*«sktt™ Council, but offisrt himself &rABoari'ofEi«»tio» ??« bee* «PP°intei under the Public ScL''™ *«? A comet has been visu'to for tbe last two EITh^'Beverend' Mr. Cronch has been convicted of fonrery.md eenisneed-to two A public meeting has been heiafor «« purpose «f instituting an ijbert Memorial Fund. «t wVii* his Excellency tfce G*!6'10' presided. A -jMnm!t*ee was appoint?'., ft* steps will lie taken to oarrr out the oi.,-cct in a manner that will be creditable to thv colony. At the Criminal Sessions, Patterson. late «ie clerk of the gaoL MelboiT^e, received » sentence of five years' imprisoninC*'* 'or (°r~ «ery. Another forger nauedBobinson a' received tbe same sentence. Syfces was fonnd guilty, and sentenced to time years' imprisonment, . . ' Then) Is not much to wppitin eommer The Customs Revenue Returns bave'juet been published, and exhibit » total of £S9.000. Mr. Hayes has discovered a remedy ...

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