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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

?NOTICE. /~-OtTlJTRT SnbseribiM-s or Advertisers \J whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, ?will oblige by an early remittance. NOBTH ACSTUUAH Office,' 1st July, 1S6£ NOTICE. . T3EESOXS INDEBTED to tlie Korll JL Australian for Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the 30th June list, inclusive are respectfully requested to bo rnoMiT in the settlement of their accounts. . „ Agents are requested to make immediate remittances and statements of moneys col lecttt-t on account of this establishment. '&.irth Australian' Office, Ipswich. 21st May, ISIS. NOTICE. INTRXniXG Subscribers arc reminded tlint the present is theiirst issue ..('this Journal for'ibe quarter. Persons calling at the office, «r sending a written --ril-:r. will have the paper delivered regularly at their address. . . Teems: Qnartcrty. iu advance .. Ss. : T-itto, credit ? l-)s. NeKTH-AcsrcAi-JAS Office. 1st .Inly, iS-52. ' NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS receiving their papers irregularly, cither throngh the Post Ofiwo « from Runners, w...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

% 1M& §u$fvaliait, QUEENSLAND GEXEBAT, APVBBTISER, IS published on Tuesday, Tuuusday, and Satubdat mornings, and forwarded to Country SnbscriberS-by the earliest mails. tens or sciwcKirnos. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ? ? 10*. Single Number ;...:..,... ? 6d. The Qnartdrs terminate ok «fce 31st March, SOthJane.'SOtb ^Seirtcmbtc,«nJajKtDcceni i, ,, ? , ..^ij^feiaMp^i^gsaKa^ 'notbeattenoMrtoi unless given u «nBS^ Subscribers will he charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. TEEMS OF IDTEBTUMSa. c. a. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? .' ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch.... 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an,Inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or nndcr one inch ? S U Every additional eight lines, tinder an inch ? 1 0 rOlllS OF DI3COCKT. 6 C«nseeutiva Insertions ? 10 'p cent. 13 „ .. ..:-. is „ 26 „ ? 23 „ The number of insertions mast be written on tixe face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, aud...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SHIPPING DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

SHIPPING DEPARTURES. Skptehber -5. — Volunteer, schooner. 70 tons. Captain Howe, for the Clareace Giver.. Pas-1 scugcrs mZ. Sept.5. — Jane, schooner. 112 bins, (Japtaia Stewart, for Newcastle. Pas3cu;rursB''- . September 6. — Don 'Juan, schooner, ISO tons. Captain Arnold, for Sydney, Passen gers, nU. '* - ' * IMPORTS. SworJGsU: 1WJ torts potatoes, 40 lia^s sugar, 4 cases drapery. O. llaif and Co. . EXPORTS. Don .luan: IlU casks animal manure, 1 lwirsiioaJ glassware. R. Towns, Oamn'oell, and Co. SYDNEY SHIPPING. ? - [Ky Elwtric Telegraph.] ? ? ? AKUIVEI1. ISElTEJtUER C. City ofSs-daiy. steanuir. from Melbourne. ' ' Salamander, schooner., from Wide Hay. Creole, scuooacr, from llobart Town.' ISaglc, steamer, returned to port. * Hooinerrng, steamer, returned to port. Highlander, brig trotu Lanncestou. Policeman, schooner, from Port Dinison. H. M_ S. Fawn, ship, from Norfolk Island SEPTEMBEH f Balclntha. steamer, from Rockharaptnn. . Lord Asliley, steamer from Auckland JjCTEMOL'KUCAl. Os...

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BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

BRISBAms. (FBOU OCB OWS i;0KKEErOSDE-T.) Mondav. fv-ME stir was canscd in town by a para gvaph which nppcared in Saturday's '(?uardiau,' bringing a charge of fa-oritistn iu the ilisiributiou of rations to the immi grant-, aga'nst FulLer Dunne, It was stated tjy that journal that when the provisions were sent- over ty ihe Government to liaiigamo Polut for distribution. Father Dunne interfered, and, to use the language of the 'titiarduu,' 'drew a. distinction as to creeds, tellini the Protestants that the Catholics were first to take what tliev re quired, and that the Protestants might have what remained as a matter of charity.' The (ioverument, on hearing this, the paragraph went ou to say. at once desisted fruiu sending rations. It now appears that this state ment, as to tlie distinction of creeds, is utterly false. Bishop Quinn on Saturday procured the attendance of several gentleman, niagistrates I believe in the tuirn. and on investigation was made into the matter, and the immigr...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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GREAT DEBATE IN THE TURIN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

GREAT DEBATE Ilf THE TURIN PAULIAMEIfT. An extraordinary scene has occurred in the Sardinian parliament, arising out of the arrests recently made at Sarnico. Toe government of King Victor Emmanuel, it would sscrn, secretly encouraged thcGari baldiaus in preparing for another piratical descent, somewhere (as Crispi says) 'beyond sea;' hut from some mysterious cause, the government felt compelled to pretend titter opposition to it, and accord ingly the Garibaldians were arrested. Ve (-Vation)Ua.vo been at pains to collate the various accounts in the papers to haud. The following we compile chiefly from the Horning Star and Tima, the former con taining by far the fullest and most precise account, the latter a graphic commentary of which we at some points avail : — Turin. 4th June. Words can hardly describe the excite ment now prevalent in Turin, owing to the stormy debate in the Chambers, anil to the scarcely less stormy trial, in the Tribunal of Correction, of the members of the Unity...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

It*-sTiiu fob SEratMBEK. — 9th; F. A.Forbes and J. P. Itell ; 12th. F. Korth and K. It. Orury ; 16th, C. Fattorini and Dr. Dorscy, mh. U. rnircloth and J. Fleming ; 23rd. B. OribL and J. Pnnb.n ; 26th, R. ,T. Smith and Dr. Bon-lands; 30th. ii. H. Wilson and F. North. Small Debts Coi-et. — ^AVediiesdav, Octo ber 1st. Messrs. G. H. Wilson, B. Cribb.and O. l'attoiini.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

- XXOTES AJST33 KtBVTTS ; Hbkos. gpo» 'TOE^floryaaJtjjty jg^glgg. iror in the isBOBjX UfiBdMs^M^a ander p* 10th ;EegnWioa «€ «ie iWbfeocuplod iCtoimXanoii Aotof 1860t. Thai itKulaticm fcasfoHows:— 'The Moense-FoeferlMiM pm^trfin the manner before,; ineationei ^nitecbnipntea«tthe1r*tepf«#n«iHllii*B Ssf sJnaro^^ai^ J^tIiir*rJ»*,4iba«5p»y facn^Feeinto' the Public Treasury -otJiie colony irithin a period not exceeding ninety days bom the 4ate of the license, 'or fiom ( its notification in the 'Gazette.'' The words quotol do not occur ill the 7th section of the Act, being that under which the above scgnlatton is framed, and most thcre f.irc be treated as void- Tlie timber regu lations of 21th December, 1S60, have been thus amended : — 'The fee chargeable on a cedar and pine license, which must be paid to the Clerk of Petty Sessions previously to the issue of the license,, will be four pounds; the fee for a hardwood license,, two pounds, to he paid in lite manner; and the fee chargeable f...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE CHATSWORTH IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

THE CKATSWOUTH IMMIGKAXTS. An article of a very extraordinary des cription, and calculated tocscitu raucoaruiis feelings relating to the nv-cj'tinn uf thu pas sengers by the above vessel, apjieared iu the ?? Guardian ™ of Satnrday l»sl. Aftor allud ing to the auspices nnilor which most of the immiimuits were brought o;:t; the refusal ? if the use of the South Brisbane Dupot by Mr, Manniug. and an oriler from thzt gentle man, that while any of the immigrants remained at at Kangaroo Puint. that one of their number should apply daily for their rations. Tuo writer procuods: — ' Ko»v we come to a still more unpleasant feature iu our narration. - When the distribution of provisions was being made, the ltov. Sir; Dnnne, so vi-c arc informed, took upon him self to say who should an J who should wit have rations. He. drew a. distinction as to creeds, telling the Protestants .that the Catholics wen: first to take what they re quired, and that die Protestants mrghthtvc what remained as a matte...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

Mondav Seitemp.ee 8. BnpQBE the Police Magistrate, and F. North, Esq., J. P. John Tomliiisim, brought before the court on snspicion of lffiing of imsuund mind, was, ou the certificates of Drs. Rowlands aud O'Uoghtity, committed to Frisbane Gaol as a dangerous lunatic.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

sIBSWICH POMOE OODBTL- ' BETOBithoPoUcaMajristrftte. ..'...? torowsrtyof Anu*Sloane. ? PaWcs^oane deposed that fte doftes referred to in the information, were the the; property of hje «Btar. Anne Sloanc. A quarrel having taken place between bis sister and defendant, bis sister left, and on his being asked for them he re fused to deliver them up. Anne Sloans the sister of tbc previous witness, deposed that she went to live at defendants some short time previously, and took with her the clothes mentioned in tlie schedule tianded into court. She stayed with her sister, who was defendant's wife, fur a short time, and «n intimating her intention of leaving, her sister struck her and refused to deliver up her clothes which were worth about £8.' Defendant having tiothiug to urge in bis defence Iwyond a. letter received from the mother of Anno Sloanc, tbe sister of plaintiff expressing a wish that the girl should not be allonod to visit her uncle with whom the plaintiff lived, the Bench ord...

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SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

SYDNEY. Friday, € run. tFriwn the Courier.) .The debate in the Council has beenad joornetl until next Wednesday, . The salary of tho -President of tlie legis lative Conncfl is to bemused to £1300. Tlie Assembly refused to vote an increase to the ClertoftbeCwmciL - Sergcaut .Eager, -die Volunteer driH in-r Btrnctor. dint himself itead yesterday. ' The ireathor-eontinaas dry. In die Cla rence district1 the want r-f rina is ssrioaidy aflTecting thfljiffe sboclc'iLiid.:cx^s. ' . - : The nomination for Itorpetn inJ robm of Bachauan win take place on tie 16th. »od the polling on Ite 18th instarit. ?' ! ?; - News has been received that theBamtn gonggoldield is yielding well. Anew lead has been opened, and there art fifteen' but-' drod diggers ai work: '? '-? :.-'- ' '' The .nsual weekly '4-rodm» sales 'la»e shown Tdry Bttle'aaimati*tt. ? - A sroall ^nan tity of fleeces changed hands ?fled. 'Best bides.- 13s. 9d!;«um»w,85i;K-«8«;'!1K«1 ..J .. . . ? Satnrday, 6{-jm. '. ? Bpcbwcah lias filed ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

AMERICA. Fortune, that fickle goddess, Las at last smiled on the Confederate cause. Great success attended their arms in an attack upon M'Qcllan and his army before Richmond. Toe Federal general was driven back with frightful loss; most of his sieee artillery guss were captured, and 12,000 confederate prisoners re captured. So great was the loss in mttterid that from the defeated Federals, supplies were captured sufficient to last the (Jonfededeeato army three months. Another victory has-been, vouchsafed the Confederate armSj in the 'capture of. Batonrogue, near New Orleans, together with 15,000 prisoners. Another suicidal act has been per petrated by &e Federal, jjfoyarnment, , which , m its operation absolateiy closes the American Markets agiinst the com merce of Europe. ' ' ' . .

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

NEW ZEALAND. We have papers from Auckland to tlie 13th instant. From Taranaki we have news to the 2nd. Tlie Auckland journals arc principally taken up with discussions on the cirenm stances that led to tbe resignation of die Fox Ministry, concerning which event tbc Nun ZralanJcr remarks: — The party, trimnpli which lias just been accomplished appears to be nther cmUarassmg to toe victors, who have not in their ranks any teen able to form a Ministry which could oomntana' tbe confi dence of tbe House, or maintain themselves inl»fficefcirasin«le4ay: Mr. Stafford being -'.sent for.' declared thxt any attempt on liis part to form a Ministry must be hopeless ; neither llr. 'Curtis nor Mr. Mason, the mover and seconder of the amendment, -bad ham applied to by her. Majesty's Representative in bis difficulty. : Mr. Fitzgerald, who goes with the Fox : Ministry -in their Sative poHcf,' but who appears disposed to press thejuinciplesof that policy -to results which, legitimate enough, are-certa...

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ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

ADELAIDE. Friday. Springs, datoitlie ISth nltnno, in n--ucu no mention is made of M'KinUy. It ts feared that tlie report of his arrival ou the Clayton is not true. ? ? ' The Barton Steeple Chase was van by Bon; Bon-r. Masrarey's flour has been sold for £12 7s. 6i . Wheat 5s. - Parnrday. - The Parliament has deeidrd in favor of a bill authorising the contracting of a hum of £i()0,000 far forming a railway .from Kapnn da to the Murray. The river steamer Settler ; is again itfloat.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have papers to the 2Srd ultimo, from AdelaidF. The A'irmisfr. in its summery of that date supples us with the following items of An abori.iiml has lieon sentenced to -Jeat!i for tin: murder of a shepherd at one of the ant-Atn-tiona. IMie winter niot. vp» wfeteh. w« mmy UAve Gallon JQ«ntinu«Mly »ad co|*iou«ly. for socno Aim; uid-iar nnwlieflts far «Ue n«xt liarvcrt hro cxcccflinjlly go-»l. Although the ajcirejj.ite rainfall Ills m-t boen .;n-ater thaii in -ovunil previous ytais, tile flooils have Ixstin very severe, tho creeks having run down with jiivat velocity, swocpinj; away bridges washing away surface soil, and d'istrovin^ a considerable .iiununt of prop orty . * VW regret to siate that several persons havo lieca washed away and drowni'd, botli in the iiumndtate vicinity of Adelaide and in tho country districts. Parliament continues sitting, and the basinets of the session is being rapidly ad vanced. Amongst the measures recently introduced we may specially ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Friday. 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

MELBOUBXE. Friflav. 2 p.m. . Tub eity-wf -Hohart has just arrived from Dnncdin. and hriuK| with her thirteen thou sand ounces of gold. The mail and passengers of the Aldinga were ashore at Bluff Harbor. ' Some very valuable discoveries of gold have been made at a place called Dunston, in the Waikonaitu district, ft hundred and ten miles from DuuiwJiu. A man named Hartley di»Ti!ced the spot where lie found eighty-seven pounds weight of tlie jiiwcMtts metaL A tremendous rush has taken place, to the locality, and much excitement lias, been caused. Mr. Pond, of the firm of Spiers and Pond, met with a serious accident yesterday. In stepping into a cab his foot slipped, and he sustained a compound fracture of the thigh. ' Saturday. The f«voral)le accounts of the new gnld fiuld at Otago has caused the wildest cscite lnont here. Evory availaulo vessel has been laid on far'Siuiedin. '?

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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WAIPA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

WAI PA. Writing muter date of 4th instant, the correspondent of tbe DaSg Southern Crotx says - — Sing Potabui II., is now making a tour through his dominions — going south, for what purpose, I know not. Thcru is a rumour that he has been advised to leave Kgaruairahaia, and that he would be more safe in Rangiaphia district. I hear also that certain Europeans are - still correspond ing with the chiefs up here. Tlie question is, what is tbe nature of this correspondence? I fear it is not very favourable to SirGeorge Grey's policy, otherwise, why should it be carried on in such -a secret manner. It is reported up hero bv natives (but it requires Sir George Grey had left be went to General Cameron, who politely dodineJ rendering any assistance, \t 'being disputed property, over which it was proposed to make it.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NEW PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

VEW PLYMOUTH. The Taranaki correspondent of the Km ZaOmitr, writing on Die 10th ultimo, says: — From the natives both north and south, a ] buzzin' sound o£ discontent is constantly j beia'' Iward; what it forebodes I do not pre- 1 snme for one moment to give an opinion on, this is not the time to criticise, but it is the time to truthfully record the passing events of the day— to watch with au unprejudiced mind the changes that are occurring »u the social government ot a most interesting people. For my owu piut I cannot yet soc thu way through Uio dark cloud before as. On the 19th the TiranaU Ucnld writes: —The great meeting at KapoaUia of the | disaffected natives to tlie south lias taken 1 place. It uegan «» *e «*? °J-£r!£5u£f; I liad w to » dosultory way ttntol W,roan»d»y Ihst whTiiit biotcup. the diflereat tribes and haput returning to their respective I homes. The muabets prcseutarc estimated A about 600. and were of the Taranaki, I V~.itiruanui, Xgaraarn. and Wangamu tribes. A...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

MAUBmUS. Bv the Amelia we have papers to the 9th of 3 nly from Port Itoni*.. From theOverlaiid summary of the Ssrfi ikJ -fejfaur»«. of that date, we o^uote as fol lows. Ti»BtjonrnaJ*»ys-r- . i Our tenacious enemy, rfwlera, ceeBanat last to be on '&e more out. The number of ?rictims within the limits of our town, was fiftv-eigbtfor tiic month of June; and we I have onlv beard of one death since th« com- I roenccment of the present month. The I bulletins from the district are also satisfac* J Iu a material iidtnt of view; the colony I may Be described us iirosperous. A ne* firdn U Close at hand, which is expected 1 amplv to compensate tlie deficiency iu the 1 one just terminated. Shipments to different parts of the world amounted on June 30th to 108.2GO tons, aeainst 134,450 tons at the corresponding period last yeaT. There are j certain estates already at work, with canes originally intended for the past season : and jsei-eral smalllots of new sugars have been ! brought to ma...

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COROMANDEL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 9 September 1862

COBOMAK»EJ-. Tfae Southern Craw of the 12ta instant states that the intelligence from Oaroatandel points unmistakably to the richness of Co romandel as * gold producing country. Yesterday morning, Mr. Ehrrt and two of his partners came, to town in the cutter Mary Alison, bringing with them the largest specimen of gold that has ever come from Caromandcl. It was dug ont of claim No. 15, in which a few days since. Mr. Uwrt struck a. reef yielding, by assay, at tbe rate of 199 ozs. 2 dwts. % grs. per ton of quartz. The find was made on Thursday lost. Tbe specimen weighs 11 lbs. 2 ors. Toe lucky findere have named it the ' Victoria nugget,' in honour of her Majesty tbe Queen. The stone has nei-cr travelled. It .is ibli of fissures, and the sharp edges have not been rubbed off proving that it is part of the reef, the leader of which -ras struck, as we have stated, a Jew days ago. The gold H deep coloorea. aha of greater value thmi tint, of the leader tested by Mr. Dwrt. To all ap gcarance...

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