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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862
CAMFOUNTA. We have advices tu tlie 2.7th of Way from California. Tlie fnlIoTcint; items are from tbo Son Pran-i.ro lltraM of tll.1t date :— IVii'nte advices received from Victoria stats that flour is worth only t! dollars- per nound in the Cariboo minus, and s--mc of tlie miners are making enough to pay t'.int price, tii-nigh they would nitli.;r return to i\i!i(V-niia,'and niakc less traces if tbcv I Imil the moans to get back. lt~is repr.rt.-d ! that there arc pli-ntv of provisions at Victn I rii, bat Victoria is a Jon™ «r.iy from the ? mines, and it is a hard road to trAvi-1, auj j imilcs are scarce. For a long distance on the way to the mines provisions are strewn along tlie road awaiting tlio means uf transportation. tt is presumed that tlie ship Hartley, which sailed from Liverpool in April last for this port, consigned to Dnpuy. Foulkcs. and | Co., is lost, nothing having been heard from I lier since hoi' deiwu-turo. jSlie waa laden ? principally with.coals. i Xo Jess tliJUj o...
THE STEPPES OF THE KIRGHIZ KASSAKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862
THE STEPPES OF THE KIRGHIZ KASSAKS. The vast and well nigh unknown region, enclosed on ilie'siortb-ivest and west by j the^rer Ural, on the. north-east by a | line of Russian forts which enrer t!ic southern -frontiers of the province of Omka in Siberia, on the soutii by the northern shores of the Caspian ami Aral Seas nnd the river Syr-Darya, on the cast ?jy rcmificatiivjs of the;' Altai anj M-jas-ag inouutains, is the wild in hospitable honie of iKimai tribes of Tartar race, etliao^raphicaljy denomi nated the Kirghiz Kass&ks. These tribes are divided into thr^e Yoozes or Hordes. The grand Yooz encamps'castward in the neigbbouriiooil of the Boor.iot Tartars, occupying the oouutries of IVjorfcistan, beyond the river Sara-soo, the environs «f Tash kent!, and the Jands irrigated by ilm Talas, the Chooey, the Ciierelilci, and the Xariiu. This Horde is tho least important of the three. The Chinese ] all it the Eastern Horde. The Middle Yooz is the most con- ! siderable and the ri...
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862
CEXTBA.L AND SOUTH AMERICA. Br way of California, we have files of Pa nama pipers to the 9th of Slay, from which we make the following quotations : — XEW GKAXADA. Pasama. — The second, third, and fourth days of the month have been very fruitful in crimes. On the night of the 3rd. Mr. Wil liam Uhnad. A watchman in the employ of tlie Panama Railroad Company, came near losing his life by the hand of a stealthy native assassin. The weapon .used was a machete. A native of Cartbagcna was killed about the same time by a woman named Francisca Bocanegra, in tha CaUe de Mslainuo, and a stabbing affray took place bstween Esteban LliccUUi and Terezn Elcguie. CACTHAGESi.— Tbe B. W. L M. Bteamer Solent, Captain Lewis, arriyed,«t Aspinwall on the 4th, bringing fijly-siac passeofersaad. late dates from Carthagena and BoEota. The ^Provisional President, Oeaeral Mos qnera, has issued a liccreo convokiog the National Assembly to meet on the fith Angnst-ncsU at CarfbagonR, «K*bemgeon» sidcred a morecon...
BRITISH COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 September 1862
BRITISH COLUMBIA. We have files of tire British Colmut fa- tfee 22nd of May. Matters, were dull at Victoria and l-'raser Biver. The steamer Enterprise arrived at the former place on the 21st from- New West minster, vr-.th half a dozen passengers and 10,000 doHsrs in treasure. Freight from ![»r-c ti Vale is 2 ! dollars a ton. and a pas soTsrer informs us tlwit from Douglass to l/i'.low.t packers arc asking *ud rcoeiviug from 11s. to 19a. per ponn3. The new fur naces for melting ore at ilie silrer mines on Hamso'.i Lake arc completed, and the msnagsr expects to commence operations in a few 'days. * The waters of the Frascr had fallen Earwn-lt-At, bat tlia steamers were unable to get above Union Bar, at which point two large cargoes were lying awaiting the arrival of canoes to freight it on to Yale. Four French Canadian? have returned to Sew Westminster from tlie Forks oE the Qncsnclle. They represent provisions as animals Here and pack them to the diggings wifli a smnroer's snpply. Fr...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
VICTORIA. - ' 1 Anew description of photos! aph orstm picture. lias been introduced by Mr. Fnth, *-f Collins-street, within the last -5ay or two. It is called tlif '? Sjnmitypc,' aud is, we be- | licv.- a Saw Orlaitts «li«ovcry. The secret | was brought iroai that city by Mr. Wilson; j under whose oare tlie portraits executed by Mr. tVifj liavo been finished. Tbe peeu li-irity of Sic new process is, that after tbc i-li..t iziapU has been taken, in tlie usual invi'icr the piper undergoes a process which 'ires it all t!w soft lwa«ty of a miniature «n ivnrv -in.l liriir-sont the likeness vritU at uWt'sUrcoswipical effect. These pictures have t\e ndrautyc of not fading, anil peculiar softness as well as relief. Tin; ^ivat picture case (Jenkins v.Keclcy) 1 wis ti-itfl «-n Wednesday, in tiie Uounu Court :md raiiilSi-d in a verdict lor the pliiiil'iT Tl:s iiae of cross-esainination. atid t!i t Iriuioruus addresses of the lcarnott cmsnscl, Ui-.pt tlie court ill continued roars of U:i-htL-! ...
THE STEPPES OF THE KIRGHIZ KASSAKS.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
TilK STEl'l'BS OK THE KHWUIZ KASi-.VKS.— (CONTINUED.) In the vicinity of the mountains tlicro arc numerous herds -sf wild J.uffalofis. These animals are covered with a thick and matted coat of liair, almost always of a light or tawny color. Tlie Kirg hizes catch aud tame tlie-.n, and employ them in different s»rts of work along xvit.1i ilm osen and cows vrliieh tlicy possess. The fles'u of the buffalo is snid to be very s.ivoury ; the milk of the female is heavy and umvkisu. On the banks of the rivers and lake?, colonies of beavers erect their little huts ; tha kirjjhizes assert that white beavers sometimes make thsir appearance in the midst of th^Ir saWe brethren. The hunters entrap and kill then for ibeir skin?, wbicli lattor'.j begin to be exported isi cottsidarabk' wu.nbers to Russia. The skius of wolves als-i form an important r.nicic of commerce with the Kirehiiss. ''hesc animals wUu-h infest the Steppes, arc generally gray ; lmt sjuietiiues white ami black wolves arc also to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
W' ANTED, a First-class CABIKKT SrAKEE. Apply to C DAVIS Bnsbane-street, TTrj-AKTED, a YOUTH, from 14 to 16 ft yoars of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of tins uapcr. ANTED, a BLACKSMITH, must be a, good Horsc-shoor. Applv to P. SHORT, Bell -street, Inswich. September 1st, 1S62. -. ?PI ^kAfi TO tE!fD. «'- S»»« freehold *1UVU seenrity. Apply to A. MACALISTER, Ipsivich. ' FOE SALE BV THE USDEBSIGXED. THE ENGLISH AND COLONIAL COMPANY'S ALE. in wood, cele brated for its flavour, body and lightness j. aiuarar. Sept. 8, 1S62. & TEN SHILLINGS EEWAED. T OST, from Little Ipswich, a LAEGE JLJ WHITE SOW PIG. Anyone giving information of the said pig trill receive the above reward. SEALY & HAMPSTEAD. ME- FOAMS HAS the Inaor to annonnce that he will give his ? FIRST GRAKD ETmOPIAX DRAWING BOOM BNTEfiTAINMEKT, assisted by Messrs. SMITH, BEOTHEES. At the School of Arts, Ipswich, On THUBSD AT EVENING, September U. . pw- v--*...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
IMPOtTXDiyGS. At Tpswich. from Mahajri, by order of Sir. 1L S. Crew. Driving and trespass £1 per liead. — Bay mare, off hind heel white, TF conjoined near shoulder; hroirn horse foal, hind feet white, nnbranded; br.v colt, star] .TOr over JI near shoulder: bav 'burse, star' JW near shonMcr. ^ near rump. cB off shoulder: iron-^rcy colt. offhinS foot white .TW near shoulder; iron-^rcy filly, hlar.e near forefoot, hind feet white, A ncarshoiil der. JW tiS shoulder; iron-grcv cult, J\V near shoulder: bron-n fillv ct.V T\v ,.„-_ shoulder; chesnnt filly. JW near shoulder ; cliesnut horss, blaze. Ill near shoulder; bay marc, star, B2 off shonlner; bay mare, star, JCover BA near shoulder, 20 near ribs, H near rump ; bay mare. JC over 7 near shoul der; bay horse, near fore and hind foot white. HC near ribs, -! over A off shoulder chesnut mnre. like C over ,TC n-ith HB un der off shoulder, SW near shoulder; bav colt, star. 7 over T near shoulder, blotch near thigh ; brown colt, blaze, like En...
WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
. . ? WEEKLY OJlUE.VnAtt. c™. 1ST- ' !-O!i ! *** L U«'S=- iHW» ««?=*. SIPX. IS6_ I I;iia:=i_ Srw_ t Ac£ ; ox TH£ BiK ', j 'n7»\~r r.k. j n.n. ! ^^uTj^.Tn'. Tuesday _ i] 6 HI 5 47 13 J j jo £: ?-) -H VTe&nfixrW 6 » j * *S 14 7 U ZO 11 il Thursdivllr « » i 4S U ; it c II-.-) Friday ..'. li « S | S 49 m 7,0a 0 Si- Katnrjij 13| 6 5 f a ?!!? IS 7 1 3« 2 ?» Sunday _ i4'| 6 :: I i a-- 19 7 2 ai] S W Honda;. 15 0 1 \ i SO 3- 7 3 1'- = =4 I i I The FHn'f rising and settnifr ta ralruiatcJ to mean jne. High watrr at ri**wich four hours later.
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
SOUTH AFBICA. By way of Melbourne, we have papers to the 15tb of July, from the Cape of Good Hope.' The Eastern Province Herald of that date supplies us with the following summary of news: — I The Capo Parliament has now been sitting eiplitytwo days, and has really accomplished little. The most important debate of the session has been that on die Annexation of British KaflxariG, BjD. The debate extend ed orer three days, and was at last made a regular contest between tho East and -West. The Midland members were put forward as the leaders of the Opposition, Hr.Zienrocel, of GraaftVBeinet, moflnjr that the MB .be read that day six months. In introducing the till, the Colonial Secretary made an 'excellent jspeech, ani Mr. Solomon, In sup port of S^r. VinrvOKol, .was *be chief speaker X^&^I^^^P^iligis^vern*- ment measure not so much that they all of them approved of the whole --f the proposed alterations, hut they saw in it a step to wards separation— towards their obtaining loc...
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THIS POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
MAIL ABEANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. T»mAni]c J rn«»^ia.y,ll^Oa.m.jTIiaTBjUyanJSun WAKITICe I M™ daJ-, '? ^?'-'Tfcanrtjjr ',ni gj^,. [ Tliuisasy, !- p.m-! aij.5p.ii. J-A.\ixco STuisdij, 6 pjn. -|Sa-i-Uj-, S |.jn. Tlje foregoing Mails arrive at their destj liation as folloirs : — BaisBAN-E .. Daily, Sunday cxccptcd, 10 Toowoohba AVetlnesiiy, 11 a.ni.; Sator Sav, S p.m. Deattos ? Wednesday, noon; Satnxday. Cp.nu Warwick .. TuesUv, 4 p.Tn.; Satard.iy 11 a.m. Nasasgo .. Ridsy, D'ton. Tlie following Hail* are contingent for time on the arrivals 'f the staraers ; and for these such arranrjsm'jnts are male as arc I most Cikel3' to mai-tpriWiir convenience, viz.; Maryborough, Ulalstone, and l^ickhainp ton, every alternate Sunday ur Mon tiay, as ii'itiSol in the l.jcal jiapers of thu prcritniM Friday and (vituiaav. Ifew South Wains and rite otlit-r Anstr» Han colonies, as opportunity offers, usually twice a week- Hours of dos^ . ing exhibitoilmt Post Office. Eorov«i. * oei 'some *Lvy varyin...
CORONER'S INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
COItONEB-S INQ17ESTS. A Coroner's inqnest war held at Bnuiscll, on Saturdav last, before X)r. Bowlands. Coroner, touching the death of Thomas Giwrje. wlto was killed suddenly on the preceding da.y, under tho circumstances de tailed in the following evidence; — Ilciirr Lapp deposed as follows : I am a laborer residing at Brasscll; about eight o'c!iick jTestcrd*y morning the deceased, my brother, nnil I tuft Brassell to ln--k for cattle; the deceased whs on horseback, and mv brother and myself on foot ; we travelled together nntil eleven o'clock, when we parted at the Sandy Creek, beyond tlie Iron bark Ranges; my brother and I vent further into the bash to look for the cattle, and die deceased fstMTtai Woo: ineriotw to *hsx, a. young back with (Srowlc, and they bad some con versation tojetlier concerning the purchase vt a stnek-whip belonging to t.'ronJc, which Gmwlc said he was willing tn sell. saying that lie bad three at home ; when we parted (irowlo had the stock-whip aronnd his n...
The North Australian. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
??'?- -^^*i-^i'f-''^T^i^^.:ffl^!!^*'i3Hl!l^^ty^'^'*^S^ ' TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1SS2. ' It \rere a heedless .t^sk to ocenpy time and space to urge on the public tke in aptitude for the- position -which . they hold, of those men to whom the helm of onr little commonwealth is entrusted, or perhaps more properly, vmltrastei. That die country is heartily tired of their administrative acts, that every confidence in them is gone, is abun dantly confirmed; if indeed- such con firmation were needed — by the Etate of public opinion as expressed through the press of the colony. ; The one.jor two instances .^ith ' regard ' to - nrhich this is not the case, can scarcely admit of be injr looked 'upon as exceptions. ' The weight of sospieione as to' the action of ulterior motives on the' condactoreof these jourbals . makes lie balance of their influence very' light, and the bad grace with' ?wbjchj they , prop' up an 3n coinpetent Ministry in its reprehenable act, places, if possible, an a clearer ...
A MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
A MAGISTRATE. ! ? Sw,-— In the Qneensland 'Guardian' of the 3rd instant, appears a letter copied frum your journal of the 23rd ultimo, signed 'A Magistatc.' the autiiorship of which we know, lias J*en bj- some persons attributed tome. This I have found necessary to deny in that journal, and I nnw further state, that I never saw the Drodnction nnri! 1 mitt it in the 'Buardian,' and that connected, as I was, with the contingent circumstances. I deprecate the style of 'a Magistrate's' letter, sod consider that any man who so writes should attach bis name to it, . W. J. KEJTNEDY. Ipswich, September 8th, IS62.
ALLEGED SLY-GROG. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
ALLEGED SLY-GKOG. Sin,— The publicans of Warwick arc Again dissatisfied with a recent decision of the bench of magistrates, and as we hare no newspaper in which to -assert' our. local grievances. I am sure you will favor -me bv inserting the following statement: — Some fortnight ago, Mr. Kingston! was for. the second time 'within o short period, broogut before, the bench -4iArmw1 iejri, bI^^hw. aAn ine and the case was again dismissed, in order, however, that your readers and the public generally may unaerstandthe merits of Hie case, I send yon an epitome at the evidence as taken at the trial. The infor * xna.titan * tuough nominally 1ai4. J»y *h» db**r *»»M»br«. m ia eiroot m. xtMrge preferred1 by a former shopman of Sir. Kingsforil's named Clements, who stated that on or about the 16th May last he was serving in defendant's shop when a female came is and made some purchases, after which shero Tcquired to know whether she could be 'supplied with a bottle of nun. Clements 'told her ...
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
ENGLAND. Nothing had occurred in the Parlia ment of Great Britain of. interest to the Australian colonies since the departure of the last mail. . . Intelligence bad reached England that' ah attempt had been made upon the life of tlie Emperor of Russia. Rumor was current that Garibaldi intended to land with an armed .force on the Roman Coast, but as a counter poise to this expedition, the Emperor of the French had declared it to be his intention to defend the frontiers of die Roman States by sea and land. .The Bank of England was discount ing at 2 ^ cent. - Consols were 93J-. Exchange on New York, '131. Gold, 20 premium. '
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ALTERATIONS IN THE IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862
IETIEEST0 tHESDIXOE. AiaEBATKHTB Bf THEJMMIGBA TIQN EBGDLATIONS. D*ut Sir,— As the Government of -taeem- land' lately 'roade some alterations in the Inim'teratiiiin *epartnient,ybich I iconsider to be likely to affect Ihe'inttnx of 'popula- tion to the disadviBBtage of this Colony, I .^.titoihe, liberty,^ ^^an^fyV valuable .colnjnnB, to place the matter hefore lie pub^SoMrlnStiniiioBel *&*&**: ^ln£- ^^irnr^S-ihe «Hnsnosuenc« which lately toA-fe.»g*^^.i'HoBburaBhT the ArfingCofcoiafSecnpBiryana myself on that point. 'r7.-'j*['.'Ji.!-LJSr(i 1 WftMinfteri*e»aia9^_l^ra»gfctain1sea tobrinr ' tbo TOattm1 feetbre ^-die^BrpAse. .5 iconsider ft my «nty*- Enable- atlTU^^ itoilhe iotoadnotion of^rin^ttJ^ttn^ Ipnrich, September SO. IBffl. Ipswich, August 13th, 18G2. A. C. Kemball, Esq., M.D. Sib, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of Passage Certificate for Jane Stewart, and also of Deposit Certificate, No. 121 for £1R, for which I am obliged. I now take the liberty of enquiring...