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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

AVeiwESDAr. Setteviieb lo. Usq. , O«-eo DiW'i-I-aaM boHw to bmring ooninnttcd mn. mssrnvatod «a«iilt upon bin wiFc. Siuu Daly., -and was fined £30. in cluding emu, or m ddiinit ordered to be imprisoned for three months in Brisbane iiuol r. and nt Uie ci-iic3usiAii of the settteuee to find sureties — himself in £40 and two in £*1 each — to be of good belmviuur for six months. Sophia StcinairJc. certified to by Drs. Rowlands and Chsllinor to be a dangernnt lunatic, was cotnmittod to- Brisbane Gaol for protection.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

Il'SU'lt:!! POLICE COPI1T TtreSDAT-, SKT-riniBKR '9' IsnpiiKE Hie i'olicc ifagistrate and r t D Fsittorini. Esq. - - . Onrcn Daly, bmuplit up charged with Iirv in? committed jiii a^jravated assault on his wife, Siisin Dalv, vasrumanded till the fi.l loniiifT day. (Mr. Fattorini hi-n- left tlie Bench J PATrOBISI V. IIAMiAX. In tills aisi! tin; defendant amisurfi? in answer f. .an information charging him with illegally il.-itainin!; ji act -if liarncss, the iiio p.-rty of complainant. Mr. Tlmmpson ajipeared for tbe cum I-!aiimnt. and Mr. Macaiistcr. inn for tbe defeodaut. ci - ; Charles Tjnmonlcre I»e Fattorini deposed that about a f irtniql.t preriou-lv. .!.ft;u,lant obtained from him n uog -cart.' for tlie yur p-ffi-o .if tiyinp to Scll it; after keepmg it »? v,i ;,l ^ays without beini: aide to effect a «aV, d--i«ndant ngreed to purchase it bini «cirr»rtwi:Bri--firc ponndR. in be paid by a promissory u.ite of four m.inths. No men tion was marts -tf the harness lent beiijf sold with...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

TUATTESn INXELLIGEKTCE. By Electric ?'Er.KGBArH. TO0W0OMUA. [raoM oub owx co&besi'andkkt.I Weducsdav. 6 p.m. Tire personation cases, arising out of the Western Downs election, which were so much gloated over by certain ! parties, were brought on to-day, and ] came to grief. Tiie Polioe Magistrate rfesided. and upon the cases being called on, it ap peared that Mr. Wliite bad no evidence to offar, and he thcreap,n withdrew ? tbe information, amidst shouts of ! laughter. - ? * '? i Ouc of the defendants, named Gibson, requested that bis case miijlit be pi\v ceeded with, bat Mr. White declined i to go on with it. | . Several fine showers 'of rain have ' fallen !

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LATEST VIA JUBAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

LATEST VIA J'oBAL. Tlie position of tl;e F«denil army is | considered extremely critical. j I European intervention in considered I now to be more likely than ever. I A crisis in Italian attains appears to be iniminont. Garibaldi openly j-roposes as a toast, 'Rome, or death; but Riniic, with Viotor Euimanncl at its head.' The Queen has {riven two thousand pounds sterling as a contribution to the Lancashire Distress Fund. The Goveroment have been beaten on a Bill introduced by them, enabling the Poor Law Guardians to meet the cxtra ordiuary demands upon their resources. . The ^uc«p*B Pijjxe at the mcetinc of the ^National Rifle Association »t Wim bledon was won by Mr. Preilev' Tlie Unirni Bank of Anstmiia has de clared a dividend of 14 percent.

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

NOTES AND TsTJEWS t-AScAsitmc Reuse Firxp. — A meeting of the committee acting on behalf of tbe above fund will be held to-in»m-w evening, at Mr. Georgi-. Thorn's, At half-past tevea o'clock, for the purpose of remitting and addressing the Emigration Agent as to tlie disposal of tlic collections^ upou ivliich uccusioii alt parties, holding subscription lists are re quested to send them iu with tlie amounts contributed, by that evening if passible. It is to be hoped that tbe amount collected, trliicb.-n-Hl be remitted hmnelw tJwoutgeiug . EurJpeJUl mail, will -To something towards relicvins tbe distress:. -if tbe toncasliire Operatives. . '. . ' TaB_Tiu3rtrAT eoBFASv.— Tlic Directors of tlm Company have postponed the pay ment of the next calU from, the llih to the lStfaJastant. Jlr.GoBi-osS*KDEir«s.— Thisgenaeman. ^G*8.Wobkb.— The Brisbow Corpocaljion are anxious that tbe Government should de termine npon a suitable site Gar the erection of gas worts, as it is tiie intention of the C...

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SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 11 September 1862

STDSEV. I MoncUir. Cnjn- ! (_Frem the Courier.) Tbe .steftmer.rasfe, bonnil f.w liocUaunp. ton, returned to jwrt vesterdav with her machinery disaMea, 'flie- shaft bavins licun brnken whUo she was off the Kuith Solitaries. Mr. Black, of tlw firm of Anslnw and Black, of Rockhauipton, had been missing five days n-hcu the i&st Ktanmnr li-fr nnd t-l. » Native Police luid bc«u 6tsnt out in search. He is reported to have been nut slto-'ether ri^lit in his mind. Zoe lias gt»ac-lame. . AJJUioa»I wn reooiTcft bjr tlm S^otA Asnlov- ortnGrms tlie recent £ntolliKenc« JxtHih Jjtunedin {H- ZL- Tritb re£u-il t» recent gold dtsearorieB. and a. eonsidcnlrie amount of excitement bus boon Granted u niiinlnrs of Tlic Jfiimtrj- rara-e-] by Mr. Domct (?) is said to be very stmng. It includes a majority of the members of the latu cabinet. The iladgoe mall ba& been, again rtuck up. Two men. susjiectcd of having been concerned in the affair, liavc-bcun arrested. Business is very dull pending...

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

AMERICA. The- Confederate position at Point Darling, which commands the obstruc tion in the James' Hirer, was attacked by tbe iron-clad fleet of the Federals, which was repulsed. The position Las been strengthened by some iron-dad batteries. The Confederates arc making the most vigorous preparations for a pro longed struggle at or before Richmond, which they are prepared to hold to the last extremity. It is believed that McCieDaa finds the task before him so serious that he will not be able to act on the offen sive for some months, and then there is a rumour that he is. to be superseded by General HalWk. Additional levies are required to strengthen the army, but recruiting at New York, for the new levy, is pro gressing slowly. in the south west the Confederates have also achieved1 some success. The town of Marfrcesborough, near Nashville has been recaptured front the Federals, and KasJiville itself, the Capital of Teneesee, is. threatened by the Confederates. The Confiscation ' Bill...

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

C03IMEECIAL. The wool market is dull, and a slight redaction has taken place in prices. An active demand exists for hides at an advance of one halfpenny.

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

ITALY. Tbe political atmosphere of Italy is apparently still charged with' dangerous materials. Turin journals mention tbe departure of bodies of young men from different places to Genoa, whose intention is .said to be to set out for Palermo. It is asserted that Garibaldi, with sis thousand men, is about to land on the lloraan Coast, and six French war vessels have received orders in conse quence, to cruise betvrsen Civita Vecchia and Tcrracina. The Count De Montcbello is also re ported to have despatched troops to pro tect tbe Roman frontier. This import ant news, however, seems to rest entirely on the authority of the Puttie, j The maventents of Garibaldi arc i watched with intense anxiety from various quarters. PRUSSIA AKD GERMANY. The recognition of tbe Kingdom of Italy by Prussia is now complete. Signior De Launay on Monday last presented his. credentials as Italian Am bassador to the Prussian Court, an ex ample which will shortly be followed at St. Petersburgh by General Sonan...

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

AliGEfiXA-. Ir&as become a habit with SmjCsTrmen. especially in the colonies, to take for granted the incapacfrr of the Ifreoeh, people for r^lnnJBatiecuTj-ij»SBppo6itiyn is entertained by many , who freely ' give (Credit to that higiimindednatibn'forenterpribe.skjll. and -couraSe. Jtn oninion was latelv exnressen %y*£stEngBisb.ed member, of tbe tegisl«;. ti™ Aoe^bly 'W ? tiS.' eoloDT, *2TS Lapsed natwos tfEnr^B were n^ only aj^ S-rr^ff^Wth »aow^»tr co)^inBfe,:bot «f Por^ieseaBd Spanisb^colonissteon m the Fnitairil the West, that. W°™P J^88^ justice to the French nation to take note of te ascerta'ned success of their great experi ment in the colonisation of Algeria.' Though commenced with a display nf physical force not in keeping with the bnmnnisinc tenden cies of modern international morality, nnd marked by occasional deeds of the St. Arnauds and lYlissiera, m-ire relentless than the reedgnised laws of war sanction, tlie rule of the French in Algeria I'as been attended by ...

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

FRANCE. The Princess Matilda, wife of Prince Napoleon, gave birth to a sson on tbe ISlli July. The young Prince has re ceived the names of Xapuleon Victoria ' Jerome Frederick. The Emperor is at Vcicbv. i A letter, data! lGth July, says : — j -Tap;ileou the Third is going through - the same rcinmcn as ordinary bathers and wator-jsrinders t ixeneral Gorays will sail from Cher burg on Wednesday for Mexico. Sis reinforcements, according to the- Prtvse, :b»v«9 been increased 3to SO^OOO men vrbo ?will fiiltetr imitieiliately. The Frcucb treaty with Cocni« China is the cession to France of three provinces, together with an indemnity of twenty millions of 'francs, and tbe liberty of Worsiup for Christians.

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THe NEW ZEALAND GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

THE KEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. Ota-*-— The news of extensive diggings having been discovered on tbe UpperClutlut had reached Auckland, and created great excitement. The discoverers, Messrs. Hart ley and Kloy (oneofwhom is to oldCali fornian miner), report tiiat 'tho whole course of the river is gold-bearing, that the flats and rooks in the viainitv are- verv rich, and that any minor may make an ounce a day with nothing but a knife aud tin plate.' From the statement of tho disco verers of this new & Dorado we , glean the fallowing :-—' They never worked, under the most unfavourable otronmstances, without getting two or three ounces a day, bat the steady average of their returns . was about ldoas. Mr. Hartley says that the approach ing season will probably be unfavourable ftir die riohegt irorkiaes ia the river, as the melting of the snow will flood the river, bat the flats, and the Jugh bars will still be avail able.' ' The W4Wmste» AdvaHur't oorres poudent says.^ — ' As a mn**...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

NEW' ZEALAND. Tlie I. B. M. Co.'a steamer Lord Ashley brings Auckland papers to the 1st instant At length, after a tiumber a£ iterplerin^ delays, the AVtp ZtalamltT --f 30fh ultimo an nounces that a new Ministry lias boon formed. It is composed of the following gentlemen : — The Hon. A. Domett, Colonial Sscretary; Beador Wood, Colonial Trea surer; H. Seweli. Attorney-General; F. D. Bell. Native Minister; CrosbieWard, Vaat master-GeneraL The Wellington Adccrtitrrofthe 21st says : — The motion of Mr. Dick, 'That it is the opinion «f the House that the interests of the oolony require the removal of the Seat of Government to Wellington,' was not made last night as announced. He bas siven no. tioo to move hU resolution to-night, in tho foUowiug altered shape: — 'That it Is the opinion of this House that the interests of the colony require tho removal of tho Seat of Government to ami jplaoe in Cook's StnUt*;- Xtifa motion waslwrtby « nujorlty of one. and Auckland is, therefore, to remain ...

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VICTORIA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

: YH5TOBIA., JOCKEY J3GDBL -: Thejfonowing Sate Ife iec^tijicesftr Ibe Victoria Jockey Club fireat Handicap;— .Mr..J. Handenonrns. bii Mormon, agad, VlOj-alb,.,., ,;....,,. -, ??. ? -.i..^-.-:-. J.i Tait's cikg. Xatteyrand, 6 yean. Oat. ' 11 lbs. ..'?*-.'. ?! ?'? . ...!'? ?'? -? H.fhaUp'sbcO)ivc,aged,B«t. Gtta. - Inax7@L WaKam Tefi.6yeaTB.e*. itibn H.& JefeyVs ohA. Cofaoel fi yoare, Oat. T. Bavin'e ^g. Hyii^,£nak-;6 vnvii; «rf y.^naeraonmiVchig. Falcon, 8 yeaw, 8A W. I*i^ala-^^aanaere.lJycac»,6at.^Bbi. 6. M-Connick** gr^. Tory -Boy, S.Tsan, 6st. 5lbs. ' J. Tait'e b.h. Alfr*i.*year», Sdt flEc. W. Klgate'p brjn.SaB*n».5 year*. Bet. 41bs. J. Wilson's b.c.-Efmr, 4 years, 6st. 41hs. J. Lamb's b.e. AudlW. 4 years. Set. Slbs. W. C. Yuille's brX C&risbrook, 4 years, 8st J. Harper's brX Iiady Constance, 6 years, 7st. lilbs. ' W. Waj-ren's brX- Shadow, 4 years, 7st. I21bs. E- Harvcy'a br. c Young Sheriff, 4 years, 7st. lOlbs. J. Huuderson -us. ch.f. Victoria, 1 years, Tst. 61b...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

VICTORIA. We have Melbourne papers to. the 4th in stant. The following extracts are from the Ar gvs : — That journal states that, at the Boorkc General Sessions for September (which con cluded on the 3rd}, Duncan Cotartis Pater son, the young man who had been arrested ?in England by Inspector Eynlt, on oharges cioty of Victoria, oa Wednesday last, Dr. Mueller stated that, after a long absence, the blackbirds had returned to the Botani cal Gardens; that the thrushes wora build ing there : and that Mr. Bowie had already informed him that one brood of thrushes had already heca let off at the Yarra Bend, The number of letters atid newspapers re ccived-at and despatched from Victoria per Royal JLiil Company's steamships, during the mouth of August was 105,742 hitters; KS7.S22 newspapers. Tlie annuitl show of entire horses took place on the 3rd, at the sale yards of Messrs. M'Caw and Co, and as usual, attracted a large attendance both of spectators and par ties more immediately interested...

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WRECK OF THE MARION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

WRECK OF THE MABIOS. Yesteeday the disastrous inteiligenoa tras received in Brisbaue that the American ship Marion, 900 tons, Captain Williams (owner), from Jfew Bedford, Uuited States, had been totally wracked on Stewart's Island on the 1st of September instant. The news was brought by the steward of the vessel who, with two colored men, succeeded io reaching Sandgatc in an open boat, on Tuesday even ing last, from whence they were brought op yesterday in a dog-cart by Mr. Snow. Hav ing had an interview with the steward (Mr. tl. lijldry), wo are enabled to furnish the following particulars, but owing to the cir cumstances of his not having a log, or being acquainted with navigation, it is pro table only the main facts of the narrative can be depended upon. The Marion left' New Bedford 00 a whal ing voyage early in May last. She pro ceeded direct to the Grampten shores on the coast of New Caledonia, -where it was On- , derstood some good -business could be dono ' in the hnmp-haek wh...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

VZBCLT CATJE3rbAK. ilOBdujr. 15, s 1 S W .S -4 ' i « S « iTfcarKf.jls; tB ; Sa.. 5-i l-|dJ *.J' Inday.ia 656. *«-.; » i .; ' « Si T M

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COLLISION AT SEA.—LOSS OF THE SHIP TUBAL CAIN AND CREW. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

coctisrox at 'seaT— loss of 'tub SHIP TUBAJ^ CAIS AND.CaEW. (Froxl the Arojfs^JSeptemlier 2nd.) v.a wff.v yesterday morning, iutelliirencii i^as r.-cjired at WLIUarastowu, of a collision -which toik place on Uie iltli August, be tsrecu the ship Coust-uiisc, of SwaMSea, buuud for this nuct .vvitlia cargo of oual for thu Groat Uritain. steauis'aip, and the T ubal Oain, wliicli put ia at 3I^lbi-arne so:ne weeks a.£u, on Ucr lussage to WalUwo. TI10 tol-i- gnuu merely coataiaed *' the inuliucholy jieyrs that niieiiabj^t 2)jmi!oi uostofCapu Otway, the tw.j vessels idct; auA that the Tuba! Coin bad gone' dniru with all hand-s s-ava oa& As chii O--astauce arrTvud in Hub sou's Bay last crcuiu£. at about 7 o'clock, \vj ure notv iu a jmsitiun to relate the cir cuuiscaaces attiudias £''- -i'jUi*-i''t, as vjircn by.CkpUin H-nitt, of that vussol. and con firmed by the sjle survivor of the Tubal Cain. Tin: event his cast a^looji not oulv over tUosj »ho Imd tlie pleasure of knowing Captain ...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

BLUIrAI^XXGEjrEVrS AT THE POST OFFICE, roETTinrsB. ''ttsaosfcii riusurnin ? . iromcH. j , . jpbwjcb. I «PJM,9pm. «pted,7^ I 1 FnjTjr, Sam. ' -Ur, Spjit The foregtfng KIa3s arrive at theirdesti uation ae *jHotts^— „ r - ' ? t Busbaxe .. naay.%maay ciceptod.10 ?- j- *,Tyy . Toowoojisa ' Wednesday^ II »jiv; 6«tnr .- ?: , (iiy»5p.in.. iJEirros.... Wednesday, noon; Soturt»T . ' ' ' ' *^-Jtti ? . Wabwick ... TaesJajr, 4 PJtu- Satorfiy hASASGo .. ? BVJday.uooo,' The foHefctinJj''3Ians* ace. contingent for tinie on the arrivals of taft steamers; and for these snch arrangemeiitsTare laadaassLie most likiif trrtrnxSt public eebvenie'ace. viz -' Marjboroush, GiuistDlie, ihu tt-cKhami)- ton. fr^cjualtuniate -Snnday or 'JTot' day, as notified iuiliitfioteiliiiapcrs of the previuos Friday AtfLSdtarday. New Sou'lj Wales and the other .Austra lian colonies, as opportunity offijis, osttJly twice a w»5k- Jlouis of clos ing exhibited ait Post Office.1 ' Europe, ou some dav varrina; fi»m tte ISO, to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

Water- Water- Watar TO SQUATTEUS AND OTHERS. riAHE present dry season must convince 1 holders of runs of the necessity of pro viding against such a recurrent*. Tbe un dersigned bavins lately completed the fyr uiation of several dams at Jimbour, arc open to conttuct fur tlic making of Iteser-voirs, Dams, or Water Baces in any part or the country, upon the must reasonable terms and with despatch. \VM. STYLES ana SON'. We have much pleasure in referring to Joshua P. Bell, Esq.. Jiinbuur. Dolby, as to our capability. Address— WILLIAM STYLES and SON. South Brisbane, or Jimbour. FIBST-BATE HOTEL IN WABWICK, ASD ALLOTMENT OF GBOUXD IN WHABF STKBET, IPSWICH. TO tEX ON LEASE, ^ Tl11^*^^1™^**^** very lie»t and most profitable hotels in Queensland. Also, bq ALLOTMENT of LAND in Wharf street. Ipsffiich. not to Breiner street, — a suitable site on which to erect a rcceiviug store, in connection with the busi ness or n wharfinger. Terms and [mrticulais can be obtained on application to the propri...

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