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

Death. On the 6th instant, after a short but severe illness, Mrs. Charlotte Davies, of East-street, Ipswich, formerly of Salford, Lancashire, England.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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JAPAN AT EPSOM. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

JAPAN AT EPSOM. (From Punch.) (Frou Tak-Xo-Ouchi -Skiinod ZukeNo Kaini, tec, Japanese Envoy Extramdi nary. to the head Daimfo of* the Depart ment for Correspondence touching the Barbariaus, Nagasaki) 'Truly these English Barbarians are a wonderfnl people. We have already seen the bouses and feasts uf their Dannies, their Parliament, or national talking bouses, their great Exhibition, their Woolwich, their waxwnrksv-ilnir garden of wild animals, their coalpits, and their, nnmrfactoriest «od we are indeed very weary, and long mneb for the time when'we shall return to our be |HRV9B||^9paV88a^SB^9Bai0aMB^BawBF*lHEv goUnglortn ©T the people of London— the feast of the Darbee. Dar-beets the name of one of tbe Great Daimios, tbe chief of the party opposed to the present Tyceon Fkr mcr-etoon. But how this {cast cones to be called not after tlie name of the refgning Tycoon, bat of htm who . is now plotting to get his place and his power from him, we, your bumble slaves, cannot explain. But i...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COTTON CULTURE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

COTTON CULTURE IS INDIA. Kx-tmct from the Edinburgh Rrricm of April. IStS, nn Cott.in Culture in India. Asbnrt description or the mode nf culture mnv n.it Ite^mt^C iO«a- ben. nnd npn. In tli. -firtt olaoe ft mav be mWfarstoofl thmt mil Xnaian nraen. ant tli, we oTWatern MnutnVMlMa^vVeaniprDbend prmctSemUy the use anil nKCrtwfty nf rotation of crops ; and as n general rule the lanxt is never sown for two successive seasons with the same txr-y\^ except in the case iif Bnme cereals. Citton. whicli. from tbe strenyrli of the plant and the d-pth and lateral extent of tbe root, is an exhaustive crop, requires care in its cultivation, and is generally sown after j-waree fltnlens Eorghum) or pulse, which, from their decayed Teaves, stamps of stalks and the like refuse ploughed into the sfrouiid. sufiieiently cnrii-bes it for cotton. Lands in which cotton is ordinarily sown, the deep black soil or regar of India, will not bear manure; it decomposes the soil, and is too exciting r and tbe sli...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NEW TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

NEW TBIALS. {From the S. M. VcroM.) No lawyer id tlie universe would deny too right of the Jnd.?cs to grant a new trial upon sufficient evidence shown. Tliisfiowerseenis to be essential to correct the inevitable mistakes into wbich men fall when a case is presented to them fur the first time, and they are called instantaneously to form their conclusion. Upon a simple question of fact where jurors arc conscientious, tbey are commonly deemed the most safe and certain judges. But even here their verdict most be liable to bo called in question. There are cases where tbe evidence docs not in any way prove the fret, and when from some caprice or influence or impressions derived outside the court, they Jump to a conclusion which is nasustained by any statement given upon oath, or submitted to doe cross examination. If there were no power to inspect and take .cognisance of these pro ceedings, gross injustice wonld often be done. Cases in voiving large property — the ruin of families— the sa...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE HOME OF A NATURALIST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

THE HOME OF A NATURALIST. (From the Cornhill Magazine.) The discoveries of Mr. Waterton in Guiana are too well known to need even a passing reference; bat thong 1 better known to fame^ arc quite cq uallcd in importance by the perpetual labours of h.tlf a century employed in observing the habits of living beings of oar own land, and restoriug to the dead skin the energetic contours of the living form. Tiicre is perhaps no place in England where the greatest natural advantages have been so promptly seized and so largely improved as at Walton Hal), and it really seems almost impossible for such a combination of favourable conditions to be elsewhere aohicvod There are many devotsd naturalists who would exult in laying oat their little domains in a manner calculated to attract the creatures which they love, but it can hardly be uxpecte 1 that another naturalist would pa&css the enormous natural Mvantagjs to be found at Walton Hall, and lie Missed ?with health to mmage iiis hubby ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

WANTED, a JFDBSE GIBI.. Apply to the CLABEKDON HOTEL. TJTAXTEO. a YOUTH, from U to 16 TT years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper. ANTED, a BLACKSMITH, must be a good Horse -suoer- Apply to P. SHORT. BelUtecet, Ipswich. September 1st, lfiCi r*-i f?(\(\ TO LEND, on good freehold X-lx}\J\J security. Apply to A. HACAUSTEB, Ipswich. AFOOE-WHEELED SOCIABLE, with first-rate double harness complete. TO BE SOLD CHEAP. Apply to FBANCIS KOBTH, North Ipswich. Thomas Henry Utidkiii, (Formerly of Leicester, England), pOMAIUNICATE with M. GOGGS, \J tVolston, Brisbane, Queensland, and yon will bear of an advaotage. Yourfothcr is dead. C.W. HTTS, YAAMCA, fttxmy Bivcr, win aider take the Sale of STOCK, and is in frequent' communication With Southern buyers. Every accommodation at- his establishment for the ?delivery of Sheep and Cattle. ? | ? ? ? _ ' ?wffa-i-K.n. and C0^ YAAMBA, Sttsroy Elver, will receive Bnpplioi eoDsiipiei t...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

WEEELT C4LESDAU. Satcra»rl3 C s 5« 18 i ; i5l «S. »Tob4.T. 15 6 1 I 5 » «o 7 3 S 5 5o Iii«la}_lS 60 5 50 a 7 tMiSai wmasuvir « o sa s; e^ti *'- H-Ch '»»'a- M Ipsnch f--Dr boure later.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

IMVOUNDIKGS. \ At Ipswich, from Slouiit Brisbane. Driv injr and ti-eBpass, £2 per head.— Bay horse, Hll near shoulder, hole iu neck on near side, near hind foot white; bay marc, fistula mark, SB «ff shoulder, like B over C near shoulder; hay marc, star, IC near shoulder. S off shoulder; hay mare, /} near thigh, like 91 off side neck; bay yearling colt, no visihle brand; bay filly, star, no visible brand ; bay marc, near hind foot white, branded ViXf near side neck, JM conjoined near shoulder ; bay mare, star, off hind foot white, no visible brand ; cliesnut fillv. like MX conjoined near shoulder and oif'thigb, star; bay marc, fistula marks, star. JL over 2 near shoulder ; grey filly, no visible brand ; bay yearling filly, no visible brand ; tirown mare, CU near shoulder, I' off shoulder; bay mare and foal, blotch near shoulder, and --:f neck ; brown cob. star, like S near shoulder, ' SS under saddle; bay ysariingcnlc, tio vi»i- t blc brand ; bay mai o and foal, no visible braud; l-a...

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 — 11 September 1862

MAIL AKEAXGK1IEXTS AT THE POST OFFICE. Rai iowsb. mn* cmseAT. umitimu ? pagica. j ireincs. f! tcpt«J,Bpira. I «pt«d, Jpi. fforooOMBA T^'S?VJ«OaJn.rharad»T.ndSoii- 1 Frulir, 8 p.m. 'day, 8 ojn., . .BmArnB . T^l.y,nj»un. HintsamjWBlSan1 / .rFl5Jar- 6 Wn. dmj, 6 pja. ''?TCTXfl-L-illtoESljffijl J^f-I8 l§IHL!ll!f :i': *' '? 'H»roi^omg llailg arrive at thsir desti nation as folio its: — :- ... ? , ? BrasBAOT „ Daily, f?nnday exccivted, 10 _ aja. Toowoojiba Wednesday; 11 jub.; Sator . day, 5 p.in. Dbaitox ? rTeanesday^noon; Sotpriay, fipju. ' ? Wabwick .. Tpesday, 4.'pjn.; Saturday : 11 ajoi. Kakasgo .. Friday, noon. Tlie following Mails' are' contingent for time on the arrivals, of the steunera ; and for tliese such1 arnuigements are. made as are most likoly to meet public convenience, viz. Maryboroagh, Gladstoue. aod BockhampI ton, every alternate Sunday or Mon day, as notified lathe Ideal papers of the previous ErWay *a3 Saturday. New South Wales' and the other Austra lian colonies, as ...

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THE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

THE TRAMWAY. The following letter from the Manager and Engineer to the Moreton Bay Tnuimay Company will be read with iutr-rcst by atl who bare watched (he proceedings con nected with the proposed purchase, by the Government. The letter throws light ou the canse of delay and the efficiency of the works department :— iTotht Editor of the Ouerittlosi Guardian A Sir, — la your journal of the «itk instant, yon copy a leader from the ' Queensland Times,' whieh contains some statements respecting the company for whiun I act as engineer, llad they not obtained tbo wide cun-aacT 'f t]ns ?' Gtuirduui n *J-o.iia.«-i« fturcTtnrablea royaciP K. noUoe tbem. although olivionsly derived from that high official wlo condescends ta vary the mono tony of his ministerial duties by supplying ' pabulum for the editorial individual ulio U to bask in liU patronage because he circu lates his untruths. Nor do I uon- contradict tlicm on behalf of the Tramway Company. It is simply in defence oC my professional ...

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

@ \t ^xi\ Australian. TllE late misandenstanding concerniug the rations for the Chatsworth's immi grants, and the refusal of the Under Se cretary tr» grant them temporary accom modation in the South Brisoanedepot, are likely to become yrodnetive of future ?rood to tlie cause of emigration. Public attention has now been directed to the absence both of necessary Iod-rins and such arrangements for the supply and serving out of rations, as have always been considered requisite provisions for the reception of large bodies of immi grants ; and doit that these deficiencies have been laid bare, we trust that pub lic attention and interest will not' be withdrawn from the proceedings of .the Kxceative, until such accommodation is provided as trill save the colony from the discredit that is certain to arise if the present inhumane and inefficient, practice be persisted in. The importance of emigration to the best interests of the colony is a subject on winch there is no difference of opi nion....

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

BBISBATJE. {From the Courier.) TJsros Bank — We Seam that Mr. John Sargent Turner will shortly arrive in Bris bane to assume his former position as local manajrer of the above-named bank. Derating Cla^s. — An- adjourned debate ou the subject — 'Are the intellectual facul ties of woman equal to those of man?' — luted about two hours, at the School of' Arts, on Kriitar evening; last, and issued in the question being decided in the affirmative by a large majority.. Numerous examples lvere adduced at- different periods of the world's history to illustrate the right ofthe women to claim equality with men.. 1— as; warriors ~2 — as politicians and diplomatists;: 3 — as philosophers; 4 — as linguists ; 5 — as. authoresses ; C — in the department of- art and science, in which several capacities they have so frequently displayed sncli & courage, a patriotism, a heroism, a sagacity., a wisdom, and a firmness, as may. well be placed on a par with the loftiest monument which tlie self-de...

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ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY. ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 5TH AUGUST. LATER EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE VIA JUBAL. Sydney, Tuesday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

ARRIVAL QF THE EKCMSH N£V¥S TO THE 5th AUGUST. LATER EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE VIA JCBAL. Sydney', Tuesday 6 p.m. [Feom oue own Correspondent.! Tbe following are the passengers by tbe Bombay for Sydney: — Captain Bradford, Mr. Courtney, Mr. P. Cecil, child, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Gor don S&ndemaB and serraftt, Mr. and Miss Cooke, Mr. Greaves, Mr. and Mrs. Trowell, child, and servant, and Miss Graham.

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NOTIONS OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

j- XfoxxDaEs or AToxiov.. By. Aldcmuui O'Mirixr: — Xb'st .thi* OounciT deem it «xt-edieut tit juiial^juuMto Hie offices oC Town Sui-rcvnr «nd Town Cb-rk, tlisrcbr t-jrtailins nniiceewarj- ??-;- |pctisc on tlie corjioratiou, wliicli is ut pre sent- so -!«]?!-- in dtibr. By Aldern-au V»' atf ixs -. — That this Coun cil xril] cause the Water Reserve to be ini proved, so as to retain water in case of fire, and to water the streets during the summer season.

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

EVGLAN1-. Tbe distress in Lancashire cozefnnes unabated, and die people still bear u with exemplary patience. Subscriptions for the- relief of tlie distressed operatives arc pouring in from all quarters. Her Majesty the Qupea, accompanied bv His Eiiva! Highness tlie Prince of Wales, had icftOsborne for Balmoral. Tlie Marriage of tbe Princess Alice ?with Prince Louis of Hesse was- cele brated at OsW-ne House on. tlie 1st of Jnly- ' -vv ??; ;?'- ? . ? H. R.H. Prince Alfred, after returo Ing i&s-«k AiB «nusc in *Yb'e ISaltiCj intends paying a visit to the Australian colonies.

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

IPSWICtt MUNICH'AJ, COLTfCIL Tub weekly meeting of the Ipswich Muni cipal Council was held yesterday afternoon. Tlic aldermen present were B. Cribb in the chiir. TuiMnpsan.Watkins.O'HoMey. Cluiuv and Tlmrn. Tlie minntes of ituc previous meeting havini been read-. Alderman O'Jujilley took exception t* an entry made by lie Clerk, stating- that tbe merlins of that dav £-rt- ni^lit, together with tlie motion under discussion, bad' lapsed, there being no quorum, inconsequence of the retirement bf Aldermen Thorn and Thompson, whereas the Mayor adjourned the business till the next day of meeting. A short discussion ensued, after which It was resolved, on tiie motion of Alderman O'llallcy, ? That the minutes be amended by expunging the ol-jectinnalile clauses, and the insertion, in their place, of the words that the meeting be adjourned till the following Wednesday. The minutes were tben confirmed The Town Clerk read the Town Sur veyor's report for tbe last two -weeks. FTXASCE EEl-OBT. Week...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

_ JHDXKSS- ? -_ --. ? QUBSCErijEESJ^iVing: ih^ ,wj»ers' ? JJ irregnbujy; .cither jtbrongb:. Ob JPosa: Office ©r jjnfr&i 'Rdmers, wjH'ooprap by com municating at oucc-witli the Pubfisher. r - - T NOTICE. /COUNTRY Subscribers or Advertisers \J whosi Accounts arc' £1 or upwards, trill oblige by an early remittance Kobtu Ar/sTKAniix Office,* 1st July, 1S03. ; NOTICE. ?pEBSbNS UfDEBTED to the Perth JL . Australian fnr. Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the 30th Jnnr last, inclusive, arc respectfully requested to be rnoapr in the settlement' of their accounts. Agents are requested to make immediate remittances and statements of iuonevs cnl leete-' on account of this establishment. ' X ..rtli Australian ' Office, ' Ipswich, 21st May. 1SB2. '.. , . .HQTICJT '' ' TXTENTHXG Subscribers are reminded A. - that the present is the first issue of thi-= Journal for tic quaKer. : Persons calliiijr. it the office, or scnahig n irrirtcn order, will have the papor delivered regularly at tltcir ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

®%e Jjfortjj gustralum, QCECKSUKP OBXEttAt. ADTEBXISER, IB published on Tcesdmt, Thursday, ana SiTCKDii morning*, ami f«rwarded_to Country Subscribers by the earl test mail*. tebms or svBfoamas. PerQnartcr, in advance .„ ? 9s. PerQnarter^Bredit; ............. M*. be received. Notices of resignation w«B, , not be attended to unless given in writing. Subscribers will Iks charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. TEEMS OF AOVEETMSa. B. d. Two lines, or under a onarter of an inch ? 1 0 Fonr lines, or under half nn inch ? 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Kvery additional eight lines, under oninch.. ...»-??-* ? ......... 1 0 TKBM? OF niSCOUST. 6 CtfnsecutiTO Insertions ? 10 ~§ cent. 13 ~ ? J» » ' * The number of insertions must be written i «.n the face of each AJrertisemcut. «r it j will be continued until countermanded, and i charged accordingly. Advertisements from | Non-subscribers must lw pai J for previously ...

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COMMERCIAL. MCKENZIE'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

C3O3sgn\arF.Tgj-n- a v : *ti.cicEsaiErs vtebklt bepiJ^t B. r. .Vact«izie reports sals hv auction of Mrs. Carters foraiturc. at good rates; hIso Biae-saddle. 6-Js. ; water trucks, S3s. ; and again, at the yards. a lot of cattle, viz.. good mHkers, at an average nf £-J. calves in - leifers, 20s. Tbere is a ~ready sale for bnl' lock teams and pood rnsdstere. The deter mined state of ^tbe weather still contiones. Catile of aU classes suffer from privation. A telegram from Toowooaiba, Testerdav annonnecs a sad loss of sheep, and forwarfs accounts of not less than six hrinored bead Laving died from tick. ,Xhe partKB in pos session are gentlemen well versed in sheep fanning, one cspeeiallr bavin? been lone connected with the Adelaide side- and it is to be regretted that the first adventure from Ja-mtUera strangers should terminate tlms Labor Market.— There is a. readv 3tm«nd for wilhaff hands. Female domestics are now plentiful. Saesu-ers in request, and for rej harvest men there is plentv...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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SHIPPING DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

SKIDPIFIIsIOi DEPARTUEES. SETTOIBER 8.— Yarra Tarra, (s.). 600 tons. Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Tassen^crs. — Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sontherfen, Sirs. 3Iirgan, Jtiss Tosvnsown, Slessis. John (J. Grenrdl, Thos. Coutts, T. H. Holman, L. H. Scott, and about 10 in tlic steerage. . EXPORTS. ':' : Yarra Yarra: 4 bales w.,-,1. 2 baffles skins, 9 hogsheads ale, I truck. XF.Griyarin1 Co.: 10 bales ttodI, H-issell ,nio3 ,, drv -hides, B. Forrest; 24 bides, 1 TnnnTe calf skins. 3 boxes boots, 2. packasc. Cribh andF-wte; 12 hams, 3 paekages 'bacoa. 2 casks. 2 packages panips. R. J. Smith- 31 calfskins, D. O'lJricn- ?» cj,scs '-* ,' ? . S. Davis: 11 ca^fr.u't. D.^^rinff ^S' Icask fruit. J. Ba1Isrf; T ^^ &C arley^Coofcr,*^ Co.; Trifle. 1 p£v ag?. U Green an* Co. ; fi parcels. I--vu Ut.ve Oaomalflawj,; l^stL SU^&t J. Rogers; 1 box fn;it, \ J Hoc* in™ r Qrrxnaior; 1 TS.X,' Quinlsn -. 11 fceRS ™s' Grenfell; S cases pines 2 ---;« fr^;t j- i cases fruit. Captain Francis; 1 1™*. 1 Wle V ...

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