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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

SCOTLAND. The Edinburgh Courant learns that Lord Ivory luis resigned his gown as one of tho Lords Commissioners of Justiciary, to which he was appointed iu 1£19, in rooiii --f Lord Mcdwyn. who at that -late retired from the .JiisticiatT Court. Lord Ivory was tlie i-minr j'ulffe iu the Justiciarv Court, as he is still iu the Court of Session', in which lie took his seat in 18W. nine vears before lie received his commission for the high court. It is rumoured that Lord Jervisivoodc. wlio i:as j-.ul aiur.Ii experience iu criminal vases, will succed Lord Ivor}'. On the 3rd of March a public meeting was held in Frccinasuns'-ball, Edinburgh, for the jmqioie of petitioning Parliament against tlis Bill for legalising Jtarriane with a Deceased Wife's g;ster, wluch, for tho first tiiiii- for several voars, it is proposed to ex t.-nd tn ScotlaadT The chair was occupied !-v ISaillie Biackadder, acting cliicf raagis trut-j, and the meeting was addressed by the Ucv. Professor Stevenson, Bev. D. F....

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

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Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. For several weeks past, a spiritual ' me dium ' from America. Mr. Forster, has been astonishing the fashionable circles at the Westead by extraordinary manifestations developed at what are called spiritual seances. Mr. Korster is a young man of great height and weighty proportions, of gentlemanly manners, and verv frank and open address. He is to be seen at his own house, or at the houses of the curious who invite him (including most of tlie nobility, and persons of distinction in the world of literature and art) at the charge of one guinea per head. The ? Times,' after enu mcratingspveral carious details, gives the fol lowing particulars of one of those strange meet ings .-—You write the names of half-a-dozen departed friends on little morsels of paper, | double them up, fling them into an indis criminate heap, and, touching the papers one by one, seek to discover which of the spirits is desirous of holding converse. Three raps on the table signify diat you have touc...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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CALIFORNIA. DISASTROUS FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

CALIFORNIA. IMSA9TBOUS FLOODS. Uur dates are to the 15th March. The Spirit of the Times of that date says : — It seems but yesterday that the wail of desolation and despair mingled with the word of commusentioA.jp|,jmunathy, and to day we hear from «11 pomon» -*?»!» *U*te the bnay note of preparation in repairing, as far as practicable, tlie damage done hy the floods. It is true the effects of the disaster will rest with heavier weight on some than on others, but as a general thing the troubles, trials, and tribulations arising from it will ere long be banished from the mind, except as a matter of course, in those cases where loss of life occurred. Some portions of the State have in reality been enriched and im proved by reason of the flood*, particulailv Ui the south of this city. This is certainly he case is Santa Clara County, where the high lands have been overflowed and en riched to such an extent tbat for tlu«e or four years' irrigation will not be required, i As to there bein...

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COLONIAL MILITARY EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

COLOXIAL MILITARY EXPEXDITUEE. From the Tiroct. To us the arguments seem conclusive that it would be better, when the empire is at peace that there should not be a soldier in tlie iin perialanuyinanyofourgrcatcolouies. It is, we think, a powerful argument in favour of tlie great democracies we are now rearing shall break away from as it will be to tbe interest of all tbat it should go in peace, and not after a conflict. If there he English, troops and English fortresses hi the country military honour will require a struggle, and we shall part in hate and in bloodshed, as the States of America ale now parting. If there be no English army, there can 1-e no contention, except amung themselves, and the conacionsueSs of the power to effect the act of fully -win probably for a long time yet to come prevent it. It is neither just nor pleasant to us to do this unnecessary office defence.' We cannot afford cither the waste of life or the waste of money, and we should be acting quite within o...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. An important movement is now going forward in tlie cast of London, set on font by severe! of the most active clergymen of that poor locality, and influentially supported by the Society'for the Belief of Distress, King Ktre'U. St jmues's. Au association has been formed, under the title of ' The East London Weavers' Aid Association,' the object of which is the emigration of the weavers of Spitalfields and Bcthnal-green, whose con dition lias tor sunw time past become one of chronic distress. The new colony of Queens land was selected as the most suitable field for their new exertions, whither 21 of the poorest families, representing 115 persons, were despatched last autumn. To tlie credit of the Black Ball line of packets, it mav here he stated that these poor people re ceived free passages to the colon v, the ass--- ciation defraying tha expense of their outfits, at a cost of f 2bL-. The result, as reported from Australia, bas been successful bevond tlie mos...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

Birth. On the 16th instant, at her residence, George-street, North Brisbane, Mrs. George Harris, of a daughter. Marriage. On the 15th instant, at Cressbrook, by the Rev. G. M. Reed, Mr. Thomas Broadfoot, to   Mrs. Jessie Allan, both of Cressbrook.

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IPSWICH POLICE-COURT. SATURDAY, 17TH MAX. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

IPfiWTtCH POLICE -COURT. Satcgoat, I7xn Ma-e. Before the Police Magistrate. . T. Bradshaw aud John Black wew chsrecdwith drankenness; Brai'.sli.ur -was finad 5s. and Black 10i^ or in default of pay ment each were ordered to be cosfincd for Si hours in the ceils.

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN VICTORIA. THURSDAY, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

RAILWAY' ACCIDENT IX VICTOUIA. (Frina th'. Mclhtmrnt Correspondent of tkt Zylney Mornina UerM.) 1 KUUMJAT. Jlil' 8. Scaixki.v linve the new propm-larv 01 the Suburban Kail tray Company «nanii;nf-fd tacir manageiaeiit of tii-it line when the most terrible accident which has ever taken place on any railway iu Victoria has oc curred, and product:)! a state of prnfound ??xciteinent ttiroughout the city. On the 1st of the present moutii, an amwgcuient was made by wbi'Ji the Bri^htoii' traffic ceased U- bo carried, as heretofore., in con nection with the Jldln.i.nie an.i hubsoa's Hay IZailway Conijianv, and is now worked by the Suburban JJompajir. the junction of tfic two lines bjiiij; at Cliapel-strcet, the Hawtliorne brancJi' jmaing tlie suburban line at Swan-strcirt. The nin^ o'clock ec pniss train from 13riglitcn left this luoraing as nsual, --arn-ing a large number uf biisi ue.ss men fraui tixaX. locality. Ou reaching the level crossing at Joliaiont, about half a-iuilc from die Melbo...

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SPIRIT-RAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

ppiurr-BAPPiSG. ?' A Dcswes of this World,' writing to the 7'»'m», of March 22, fiays :— Von have, expressed a wish tn examine witnosstf who have hsd '* expthcriec' in moaem -nttgic. Allow me to offer you some of ntrnc. Some vcars ago a medical friend gave me Reichciibach's book, which I read cire'fully, enticed l«y the author's scientific treatment of mysterious subjects. About the same time a near relation took, up mesmerism, and we tried to form an opinion. Slosmc rism. clairvoyance. dectro4)iology, and taMe-tuniinir had their torn, and now I have survived to meet a medium. I set out with the conviction that truth is -liscursred1 by investigation and experiment; tliat untrue witnesses arc found out by tik ill£ tli^m off their gnard ; and that p. detected shunt is a liad witness. If a man snys tliat | he. does not sec, or near, or feel, and shows I tint lie docs, no li.-i.rd swearing and iu- autho- ! ritycjin convince me that his senses are j absent; aad uothin-r short of demonstr...

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SHEEP BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

SHHEP BKKKDIXtJ.' ?7-Vo.ii lit f!. .V. nrraU.) T:-rr.r. ar.- iti trnti- P;-\- tn]«-:« tliat nnnnrc justly oiujsi1 th» sttci-.riim nf IIm** irho aro '? pr::-:ric*i!ij- i.'.n:;.':LC.;d ill pastoral pursuits. In : «;iik- of tV f c JM-io:w: &{*? ov^rv --fs £'hl- ; Sii! of ii;iti*.:a! 3:c!jno«:, am! .-? Jhc .ijmit- ] t?A i:nnnrtir?e of our other mincril ! r,-s-.:!n-..-s. V.....I. after nU. i^ til-.- ^-r.-:ir st.iiilo i of imr co:itinsri:s. It is wool to wliL'ii we ' nrr maiiiiv ind(»btC43 for the n?mi?a] in^ix-ssp to our wiwltli : it is wool tlist chiefly pays ti^e pneo tyx tnc cimwcsoi— ics 'w»! xizifiorL. i Tins trnAa. great as it in, is still rapiiMc ? of jiniimit.Ml -Icvelnjimciit. It is i!npo-s:l.!-. ; tn s:irt'.iil «-ut a map of tlie colony .--.?-(! stmiv i it mitti «av iiit.-Jlisront ki»m-linp- -.t -I - '? plivsirai ~-v~r.ip!iy « it'iont iwiu-r imjin-f sed ? wiili itsoiLinniu-icaiMl-iKly fir -miuiKi:!^ i wunl. There is an iiiiinens*; arta of tc.rri- I ti.rv yet t;i be oecc...

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THIS IRISH SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

THE IRISH SECRETARY, TffE Hdly Neirs, commenting on the late challenge sent to Sir E. Peel by tbc O'Danaliue for untrue and libellous iaogaage used in the House of Coin :.-. mons,£ay$: — . ? ' For the last sis months .Sir Robert, .irith a suillslngh over his shoulder, has fesaa trailing iiis coat for Fomc one to stand flfl. It Kjcmed on Szturrlay as if be were at last about to' be gratified, ; when Lord Palmerston intervened, and i robbed him of bis joy. But then, who would have thought that the Premier's | yoke would have been borne so meekly ? Sot a word of impatience escapes him ; and in the House his self-control is most exemplary — Cruiser is tamed. ' ?'Alihcush it is doubtful whether any- j body will 'derive much lustre from the ; affair, it will not have happened iu ? vain if it should load the Leads of the ; Government to review their recent Irish : administration from a jwiut of view ; Iiislwr ilian tliat of jtcr«-iis aud party. . Wo invite them to consider what is the : na...

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INSTANCE OF LANDLORD RULE IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

INSTANCE 'OF LASDLOED RULE INr IREL.VND. The foiloTring fiisls would he lianlly I crcdiblo, were they otlierwke related th;iTi on oath, nnil Id a conrt of ju-TifC Tke case, tri-hl at Cork by Jadac Kogii. was ttiat of '?.-aiue« O^tiagriy v. A. ii. Orpen,'' tbe former l-cing ten ant to the latter, far a ^mall holding wlucli In*, held oa leasa, and for wliich he pail his rent rejiularlv. Three daj-s after the Mar eh reat fell duo, a seisure was t:iaji, liut Deaaeliy trs.'i a^Ie in par. The next gale, in Sop tcni''.*r. fill -luo on Sunday, and at (i o'clork oa ilomViy morniug, l-e;iaaay's ci-jht cows -srpre in the possession of keepers. Tho ha5i-j-i£.r's rent iras only i'2.T yet. a lew days after, a further ?H-!:uri' ?vras made. Denaphy's horse was tskc-n fram uuJcr the plough ; bis i-^rn. his hiv, his househuld furniture was seized. The second seizure however, prorc-i t* i be ilics^l, the Erst liaving been :i!*i])]y guftvicnt. and tlis jury, «n^er Jcd-ro KtK)gIi's ilircotioa, oppressed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

NOTICE, j ?pERSOyS INDEBTED to the Xorih L Australian for SiliseriiitioTis or Adver tising, to thi 3Ut March last, inclusive, nre i respectfully requested to be ieomit ia the settlement of iln.;r accounts. Azcats sre re^nreti'd to make ' immediate remittances and statements »f moneys col lected on account of this esrat.lishment. 'North Australian ' Office. Ipsarieh, 21st May, l?6i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

EASE AND TTF.ftT.Tff TO THE SICK EOLLOWATS OINTMENT. Diseases of the Skua 's' TVrVEIISAI, approbation has been U awarded to this famous Ointment for its efficiency in removing diseases of the skin. For scrofula, scurvy, scald heads, and nil eruptions of the skin, both in infancy and maturer years, no rcmed v can he applied i which so quickly cures a Holtoways Oint ment. In the nursery it should always be j at hand to cane the many skin affections to \ which tUc majority of children are liable, i lu all Iteat and tooth rashes the Ointment is ! wonderfully cooling and curative. To sol- ! dlers, sailors, miners, and travellers in j foreign landa it is invaluable. ! Sores, Wounds, Bad Breasts, Bad Legs. In this class of maladies, an improvement in the appearance of the disease of the patient, follow:) the first dressing witii (he Ointment. It niust not only be smeared on tlie wound, or sore, but be briskly rubbed fur some inches rouud aliout tuc diseased, swollen, or painful parts. It w...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1862. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

Ojt ftovtlj JsUstraUnn. rsurc/J. rarssDA r. ma r 22. 1*62. LATEST INTELLIGENCE from thf Courier. SYDNEY. Mondav. ii p.m. Tee annual coramemoDirinn oeremnny of tb.e T^niversity. for w-nferrin5 -lefrrot*s. -to.^ tout piacs an Saturday l.u»t. Tie Gover nor and the usual vicc-rcgal party v.erc jirc eent. Mr. OiTp^r, the Premier, returned to Sydney yesterday from his conatr\* tao7\ and v.-as well received b y his friends. Instructiuas have be^n issnod to'' the vessels of war on the Australian station. ? teC— ? ^-^^.1 f... ....rmnr- ^f . . Tncsday, 6 p.m. Twenty-nrae prtfeoners were. Yesterday, releised from rarramatta and* Dsrlin^ hnrst piols. b.canse of their good eon dnct while jkassinsr trro-thirds of their sentence. The Chinese residents at SoEJa prremntcd an address to Sir. Cowjvr on his w.iy through that plaec, during his recent to'ir. The ship Qneen of E-ifrland. now Ivinjr ttnuisA it Sovcastle. h-s boon s.jld' for

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

W 'ANTED, a number of BOYS as COT TON PICKERS. Apply at the Ips with Cotton Company. Booval. ? CHAitLEs Dtnrar. TffANTED. a KURSE GIRL. Apply to VI A. P. UPDO. ? WANTED. YOUNG FOWLS, in small or large quantities. Apply at the Clarendon Hotel. 'AKTED, a GOOD HOUSEMAID; also, MAS COOK. Apply to Mr. OfllLTIE. Victoria Hotel. ? NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! SEASONABLE DBABEBY TT M. REEVE has now ready for in JLLk spection HIS NEW GOODS. purchased during his recent visit to the Sydney markets. AN EARLY CALL IB SOLICITED. INSETS, in every variety of colour and price, at ? H. M. BEEVES. TCRENCH MERINOS, a choice selection. JC at ? H. M. REEVE'S. II ANCY WINSEYS, various, at ? H. M. BEEVE'S mAETAK BEPS, very select at J. ? H. M. BEEVES. ^ ALA PLAIDS, a good assortment at XK ? H. M. BEEVE'S. 'pICHrASfCr SUSS, very choice, at it ' ' ? H. M. BEEVES. TjiABRICS FOR DRESSES, in every new JC materials, at H. M. EEEVE'A SPECIAL BARGAINS IN BLACK* GLACIS, at 11. M. BEEVE'S FAKCY WTXCEY SKIRTS, the best pat...

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MELBOURNE. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

HEI.3(HI2XE. Mondav. 4 ti.td. Thare eppears to be a probability- that the pailiiinTtery session v. ill have a speedy t»i-p?n:iri,--a' afre'r tha Ijind BUI and the E-ti--iifs have l-ee:: passed. The Judges of the Sapremc Court have delivered an adverse judgment in the case of r»iiU of the Argot, and has* decided that hi mast remain Li custody during the ter-ji of iaiprisoiunent ordered liv iUe UOU£C. * ' . . ? ' Tues:Uy afternoon. it is reported tuat Gonld, the Tasainnian explorer, obont whose safety so much anxiety has lately been nianifi-stei lias rnide a discovery of goli en the Frauklyn TUe editor of ths Argus his obtained lexye of at^.-nce. the proprietors fearing an action for Iih~J. [We must confess ourselves anaUe to understand riieforesoinr sentence. I — Ea.j

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

LBTIEB TO THE jBDrXOK,. UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE. Sir, — Now that this important topic is being discussed by every class of society, it may not be ont of place to add a few re marks on a question of such vital import ance to the young, but at the same time, flourishing colony of Queensland. The wish of introducing universal suffrage emenating from the quarter where is represented the person of tbc Sovereign 'on whose empire the sun never nets' can not fail to manifest a desire of forming a government based on liberal principles, j which necessarily is the desire of every one who likes to see his fellow beings enjov that liberty which is innate in man. When ] colonists have the making of their own | laws, by electing persons fit to frame sta tutes by which a free people would wish to be governed, the success of such a govern ment would be a national pride, its failure a national disgrace, because, by the honest system of universal suffrage, each individual who has arrived at the age of man...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

ADELAIDE. Tticsd.iv. A Int of Heones'sv's brandy (hnttleaxc bi-and) has been sold bv auction for 16s. per gallon, ia bond.

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