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The North Australian. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

,.€5^ |fert| Australian. SiTCTWE SEPTEMBER 13, 18C2. TiAjCEST TjjTi^r.T.Tr^givrr'ia V _' . (Aom Me Cbarier.l? Jfe ^! WednesMy.Sijn. .. ^pra^endausejiaitlieiporddrationiiin, it^p^fViaed that the Maybrfe -'to'dectcd1 by ^he citircos, instead of by the aldermun. Govenunent proposes tliat Parliament should sit on Mouday, and finish the session about the end of October. . „ , The Speaker of thcllegislhtir/j Assomlily has written to -.the Sydyrrp ilornmij Herald couceratn^ the imputations on the cliarac ter of «!ie. members of tbst House, contaiimd in a' leading article of the journal in ques tion,, published oa the 30th August. He. sajvs Uiat his confidence iu the truthfulness of the Dcmli is impaired, and he has directed ETs name to be withdrawn as a subscriber. Afthe Lachlah gjilA-field, tliQ question of establLshing a Vigilance -Gomjnittee has been seriously entertained^ n order to sup press the daily outrages which thcj£xccu tive appear inokpablc of qdelliTi^: '- Stessiv. Deau aud Co...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

AKTED. a YOUTH, from H to 1G years of age, with a good plain «dn cation, ma'. mi Appnsnticx Ttu the Printim* business. Apply office uf this paper*. P. SHOUT, % Bel! -street, Ipswich. September lat, 1861 ANTED, S TEAMS for tbc M.-Hiie, to return with «ool. Aiiplv *» PANTOSJ & CO. - 11th September. 1«B. ??..-.. WANTED, * Ui.irou-di OiliOOM. Apply to Mr. HANSOX, Uoggs' Terrace. I/ittle Ipswich. Tir ANTED, agoodBULLOCK-DBIVEB XT and 5 or 6 good Bush Hands, for forming a station to the North. Address B, K. and Co, «fiee--«f this Paper- ? Unfurnished Booing TIp'ANTED, by a. Single Gentleman, one TT large mom, or two small ones, onfur 3)ia!ied : some little accommodation preferred,' and must be within an easy distance vi the Post-office. Address, with particulars. G. Y. P. » North Australian ** Office: TO SUTCKEfiS* 'TWELVE UUKDBEO prime fet WE ± THER8 for 'SALE. Apply to GKO. HOLMES. Auctioneer. Dalby. -PI ASflfYTO litSD.on good freehold ?efcXt/UU eecjirity. Apply to A. MACAIJSTKK...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

ILEiJiOUBJSE. , ? - ? . Wednesfev. ?ATangget weighing three hundred ounces has been found at Maryborough. A rumour is prevalent, which however needs Cuufirniation that Sir H Barklcy's successor will be the present Governor of Jamaica. Twelve vessels, including the largest Black Ball liners in port, are an the berth fur Otago.'and arc filling fast. There is nothing to- note in commercial matters. Markets quiet. MELBODENE. .; ^ Thursday 4 pjn. The ProrHent Institute-bas stopped pay meat, but it is not anticipated that the defi ciency will amotmt to a heavy sum. The Steam. Navigation Board met to in vestigate the circumstances relative to the collision between tie Tuba! Cain and die Constance, but suhscqacntjy abandoned tho proceedings, finding tbatthey had no power to enquire into the matter.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

IMPOUNDING^. ~~ AtLaidlei-, Com Franklyn Vile, A-utrust 29thv 1SS2, by ordfer of H. M. Pearse. Esq Driving aud trespass 2s. 6d- ger head. ? White bullock, like BS off rump and- ribs, off ear marked; yellow and white bullock,, like BS off rump and, ribs-; white bullock, like- SC off ribs, 140 off shoulder* t near side, near earmarked ; black.cow.GOL oft ribs, off ear marked; yellow and- white oow,. like P off rump, Ht off ribs,, near ear marked ; red steer, MD off ribs; yellow and' white cow. Uke E with T over conjoined offT ribs, blotch brand off thigh, hole in off ear; red poky bei&r, JST -off ribs and thigh, off ear marked ;. yellow cow, like BE off: ramp,. O near rump, off ear marked; yellow coir, Uke M off shoulder;: white cow, CLP off' ribs, W vff romp,, thigh; and' shoulder; both ears marked; yellow and white cow, Uko S near ribs,. IB near rump, BSt off. ribs, JM off 'rump, off ear mnrked; red' and white spotted steer, blotch- near rump- and off' shoulder, tno notches ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Friday. 5th Sept 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

3SHSLBOUK5.*E. i Friday. 5th Sept. 8 p.m. fFroia the 8. M. Herald.) Business ia imported' goods generally quiet ; prices firm. , The Otago news has'spread like wH3-fire, and has caused great excitement. A new exodus is expected,. The City of Hobart -war fitted Dp with passengers 'before the news was confirmed. The Lightning, Sea Shell; and' Boinerges were also' foil this aftcraoon^ before tae-inteffigence was fairly circulated. Various=wtHTUiirorirB' nrcvniT rmmiMr»rn-» the gold--fio!ds«r!«o«r Zealand. ' Tbo Volunteer Artillery have been sup pUed with Wesfley JBichards' a&^Jattiy ?' VIA MELIJOUBNE. ; The City of HoWt, from ptago. Brings news to August 2T&. Tho gold^eld» from :which tbea'ipo^t^^.aJtowas made on Oe 15th insUnt have- been jraade, imbtic.hy tbe -Government, wholiavc agreed to -give the discoverer* £2*S-provided,I£,a»ro«uicea of gold be Sent abfrii ih tfef bmS|E£ ' '' ' Uie deposits are alopgtUp -3qtliaatiie 'Junction of the Maitetlierfkm aim luejuncfion ...

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THE CHATSWORTH'S IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

THE CHATSWOBTffS IMJulGBANTS. Ax nnpeomptu insrestigation was held on Saturday last, a* the Queensland Immigra tion Society's depot (Petrie's Store), Kan garoo 1'uini, with* view to ascertain wbat foundation existed fcna. statement which appeared In tlie ' Guardian ' of that day. respecting tbe manner in which tlie Govern ment rations had been distributed amonirst the immigrants by the Cuat«wotth» and tlie nature of the accommodatioa afforded to those immigrants woo had not eonie out under the auspices of 4h*r society. Tlie Biglit Bev. Dr. QuTan. Boman Catholic Bishop jif Queensland t Hi. A. W. Manning. Under Secretary;, tbe Bev. J. B. Moffiatt; tlicttc*.p;Dunne;Mr.T. R Wany.JM.LJl. ; and sBveraf other gentlemen, took part iu the enquiry, which; was conducted iu the open air. in presen'eeof about two hundred: of the immigrants. His Worship the Mayor arrived before the termination of the proceedings. The Bisbop opened the investigation by enquiring 'frqm -oJie -of *he -passengers, wh...

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

. ??'HtiSnUE.n':!.;V.'' ''. COUNTRY 'Subscribers 'or- Advertisers whose Accounts are_£l ..or upwards, willobligp by ( an cartjr repu#«uic^»:- r ' NOKTH AtrSTEiLIAS Office^ tet.JulyvJSGS ? — ? .^Ofct'CEv '.;::.;.f ': ' T-ERSpIfS ^tSpBBTfUO; to tita; ? ifcrft. JT -AiufroltBa' For Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the 30th Jane last, inclusive, arc respectfully 'requeues to be peoxpt in the settlement of their accounts. ' ? - ??-:?- Agents are requested, to make unmedistte remittances and statements -of moneys col lected on account t-f ttisiettalAishment. ; 'StoeUi Australian 'Office, ; Ipswich, 31st May. .1868,., ,. ? , . - notice. i :i ;.i . TNTENDJJffi'33ubSii3&!e*Via«'.*emu«i«4 1 thafcflie'pr^^feK^^^^^, the officc,r^4W«Hg^«-»Bai!i oWSH&P havo tbs^itper delivered regularly at tbeir ?dd«si,...! ..? ,.,'o-ji.ui.- -:L- ???' ' ': * '»!-.;? ' ' TeikE; s..: .;? - ? ' ' ' Quartedy, infutrancet .. i 9sJ '-» Ditto, credit .... ...-...-..JUte,- .:? Noeth Ausraiuiui Office, / '...

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

AXB QutaassiAXB gexbuai. ahvektiseb, TS published on Tcesdat. Tiiohsoay, and A. Satordav morning*, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest moils. - ._. TEBK3 OF SOBSCEITTIUi-. IterQnarter, in advance ? 9s. Pter Quarter, credit ? ? 10s. , Single WamW;,... ? ? fid. 30th June. 30tU September, and ?Ist Decem ber, «t which periods only can resignation be received. Notices of resignation will not^attodcdjbojuileMairnujg.yxitii^. TESIS OP ADYBJCtldCfa. s. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? ; ? 1 0 Four lines, or finder half an inch.... 2 0 £ix lines, or under three-quarters of aninch ? 2 C Eight lines, or undar one inch ? 3 V Every additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TKBVC OP DUOOCST. fi CunsecutivB Insertions ? 10 '53 cent. 13 „ ., ? 15 „ 26 ' .„ ? ., ? 25 The number of insertions most be written «n the face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must ba paid for previ...

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

SHIPPING AKfilVAL. pErTEMTTEC 11. — Prince of Wales, steamer, 65t- tons, Captain Betl, from Sydney the 8th instant, Passcasers— Mr. \\\ J. .Munoe, Captain M-Cartljy, 3Trs. Croker atfiTchOd; Mrs. Forrest, Sir. aud Mrs. Ogg find five children, Messrs. Joan XuMn, A. Wt Cmb pignc, C. S. Graham, John Bier, Jafin Mt3 Ion, A. Alexander, Win. Uuifc X HI itart ' W. B. Tooth, B- Uniacke, jSLs ^POin^ j-m., Henry Hill, Alexander Cameron. Don ald Cameron, ffm. Fcltoa, D. Mitchell, Her. 1-. Forrest, oad 33 in the steerage. September II. — Queensland, mailsteamer. Captain Patullo, from the Northern Forts. Passengers— {Frtrai Gladstone to Brisbane) : Mrs. Davis. (From Maryborough to Uock hatnpton) : Mussrs. SM)ounld and Jardino. (From Ifeciktwnptou. to .Gfedsttme); Mr. M'Dooald. (From R.iekunmpton to Bris bane) : Mr. Spencer,. Jlr- Beer, Mr. Btaivn, Mr. Bramstout and the Hon. D. F. Roberts. (From Jriryb^roa-h toJ3cis!iaa»)*Mrr*os t:cu Latwyche, Sir.^Sheriff Bruivn, Sir J Gore Jones. M.L.A., Mr.' -S...

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

GLADSTONE: : : : The diggers at the Calliope diggincsbavc becasuceisfoj ; sevBralbowtr'anbleBamples »r goJd hare been bnuogfit info town but much further progress cannot be made at present, from the coutajun« dry w«S^«»5 scarrfty of water. The gold has been lith :rto sold to tius storekeepers here at £3 Si., bnt upon assay in Sydney it proves to be worth £3 1 Is. per ounce. SBbssriptions are fceing raised to relieve the Lancashire operatives. A petition hw ifcari seat to the Go vernment .to erect this township into a mnnicipalitr.

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

BEABTBOnOO&IT- . Tlie- Criminal SitSngfr of the CTrcuit Court,. closed on die -Uh- instant;, there were cigTut cases for taint one- o£ which only was of importance,. William Johns for stabbing Louis Straus- at Gayndah, wlip i*a» con victed bf'the ofixmce^ ana sentenced' to .twelve- months imprisonment with hard labour. There were tiro eases on the civil side of the court, Rutherford v_ Bntherford f.ir £81 ; & verdict was found fo«- plaintiff, on ' one issue for £10, on another for £2t 5s..Ud. and on a tlard, a. verdict was-taken by con sent for defendant. Several Steam- Saw Hills are in course of erection,- so that the timber trade, it is ex pected, will be trebled in a short time. ' CjpirHis sltoivers have- &llen in tiie Bnr'- nett district, bnt Qt£ Vride Baj- district stiU ^LuSbre- fntwn. deougbt.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

IPSWICH. POLICfE CO0KT. \ Tbobedas', Sefix»beb 11. - BfeFoBE the Police Magistrate ana Georga Thorn, Esq. . . - - -i£nsan Daly- v. Owen DaTf.— This was a summons case under tbo third and sixth sec tions of tlie Deserted Wives Act, in which plniutilf prayed that in consoquencc of being compelle4-'tt-leKV#.'R«r hosBaniowing to T*5 J ft t-iTn^Hn^^^wr^fffrT^hTitTniinilBniapi1! ba a»o»xded Jier. . . .-?'--... ' ? ; . . .rared to the care of the mother;, the pensu ordered that defendant should ?pay to the .jffliief rConstoble thirtyishqiings a wpek far the period of six moD'ffli.' ' ' : FBn-ATrSEPSEBBZBl2. ' ??' ; ?'' ' -Piieieat— Colonel Gray, PJM, C Fair doa,iauaj. Flnwiwg^Frt.p. ? ' Janfes Partridge arrested on warrant for deserting from hiitjhirwl secriaK was f/k maododtill the foBowinfe drt. -I g | tion laid under lie *6tfe SednBn orthe Pub licans-1 Act, in whicli the defendant nas, charged with TiiepWTop& felicanS hm£ after 4heS*SF-fc5a«efc ^*^ Mr.jObnHi appeared JBytt^ dflf...

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THE NORTHERN PORTS ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

3-'-t=«-t! ITOItTBaEIlET PQBTS N ( From the Bockhampton Bulletin.) nOCEIIAMPTOX. K ^^BE Bm'Jvnr-— Immcoiatelyafier«i«j-late'' nrftsii - jnay-Rtrect, measure* m»fc initiated ?forflje or-anisoUou of »:. fireirisaie in «.*kh:unpton. It appsars that Messrs. li'itcliiiisnn. Hunter .in.1 Co, aa the Agents ol~.t!ie Liverpool and f^udon Iiisurance Cvnpany. aldr.:S3fid a letter to tlieCo-i-ora- 1 .tmnnntlic snbj -ct which resulted -In the C'lnvcnin; nf a p-.iblic m-etiaS by tlie Mayor. A s'i.Kcri|ttio'u list was then opened, and a cwuniittec »pp.»intyl to frame rulus and re uulati..os tf..r the. proposed die brigade. probable cost of a suitable fire engine, with ?UwiiMMHiy smr and otlier et coioros, and it was resolvd to cituiiiinnicite with Mr. «.-wii, and Mussrs. P. N. Biisscll and Co- of ^.y.Iney, bcfoi-c taking further Action in the ?natter.. ? ? . . 3ru. Bt-icK.— Tuis gcnfleman.of the firm of Auslow jmd BluSk.-Ofcarriew Station. Brosd Sound. sucHonly disappeared on Wed nesday week, from...

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TOOWOOMBA. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

TOOWOOMBA. (FB0U OUB OWN COBBEfFOKDESiA, '''' i * ' Wednesday afteraonn. . O^fMonday last, before the PolicjaiagiB. : tratts. Tbomas Gibson, oU-alby, anACliavVeB 3Sitmcker,-of.^aowso«H^mre cfitrgoajby Mr.. I. C White withiiavJRg. atSQic recent election, Msely ansirjsred certain questions, ; and.' frith unlawfully,- -tond kuoningly mr sonatius other persons. , *- 1 Mr. Hamilton. jtppicrecl to pMseente -ui tbo part of Mr. White. Ocock ww retained for t!ic defence, but was too ill to attend. ? . All witnesses were ordered- to leave the ' Court, upon which the Mayor/who was uii the Ittneli, nbscrved that he was at a loss to conceive why he bad been sdmmoneft in the case. ' Hc'conM onlj- attribute it to a vindic tive fie', ing on tliv part of tlie complainaut. MxHWitTorthen'lcreHiifCdurt: ? ? ? , Thomas Gibson was .called iiipt, and ap- pliefl -fbr a- remind oil accoont oi Sir. Ocock's illuess. The application was frranted, .with th« -proviso -tjttt -Mr. Beit's (the Beturning Officer) ev...

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ADDITIONAL ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

ADDITIONAL ENGLISH NEWS. AVe Uke the following additional items Of English intelligence from yesterday's Conner. ^ Renter's latest telegram states. that a pit» ? pcctiis lias been issued in London for the establishment of a new ' Bank of Queens land,' with a capital of one million (1,000,000.) A deputation had waited upon the Secre tary of State for India, for the' purpose of enlisting -the support if the {jovcrnment to wards carrying out a system of telegraphic communication between England and Australia, via Queensland. A promise was made to the deputation to the etfect that the effect that .the Government would give tbe subject their consideration, if there was auy probability of die project beiug at once - carried out. Tim awards made to the Queensland Con tributors in tike Great Exhibition have been handed over to 3Ir. ST. Ji. 3Iarsu, JLP, one of tbe commissioners for your colony. The Post Office order system bos been formally extended by the Imperial Go-' YurnmeBt to Brisbane ...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday, Sept, 4, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

r~r : .^abe&ube. :'-.-???- ?--:. '?'? ????.??;? Wumaay.enMr:-*.**.!!!,' ' , TteThebarft*tfs*8^eelasete-*pTaee49S 4ay'^ mwfe0owmfi0H*s*slift1leiT^IiW^J bow, -fccBtlnny, UDfeDOwB,' PWrntei Sffan ;gjav Young 'SupItBr.' tMB&&jrt' I ; 0n-. A .splendid -hack race over the * same ground, finished one of the best meeting* ever he$d in the colouy. i' At tlift AVestbury liifle Association mat ches beHyestcr.Uy. W. Henry Elliott w£fr pprings,-. dated 3o4l Aujrust, -*-r whicli; no mention beingawiU)«f WlSiJay, it is feared tbe report of hu arrival u witbout foutids ,aion_ .'? ' . ?;?-.. '- '.' ', ._? ,.-^- , Tue^ortteultural shriw weH attended^ No business transiu.-tcd in the Assembly, the House harinj; Insah counted out. Lancashire relief fiiud lunnuiits to £412. Fat sheep irortb 17s. to STis., lambs. Us. ?? ' 'L; Fridav, Sep. 5, 7 p.m. Mr. Tbobias Gilbert, solicitor, has died in the lunatic asylum. . Tbe Northern 'Agricultural Soojctj- jiShow.. was held on Thursday. It...

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

: ENGLISH SHITPISG. : The George- ' Kidd, from Brisbane, bad arrived in London. The Eajastban sailed fur Brisbane on the 23td June, «Htt*261 go vermnent immigrants., and the poean Empress Iiad also left iwitt Sii, making SOS by the xwo ships. The Conway bad also been chartered to convey government immigrants to Brisbane. The undermentioned vessels were also loading- for Queensland;— Utopia. Ocean Chief, Prince Consort, Sulfana, and Wausfell.

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EXPLORATION OF THE INTERIOR LANDSBOROUGH'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

EXPLORATION OP THE INTBBI0B. LAHDSBOfiOOGrTS IHAKY. , Os thoafterBoooflf MondayTthe 1st instant, a meeting of the Kujal Sociaty of Victoria took pWw'at SeSocte^r'6 biiadinge. -^ftor some desnUoty conrersatianv lir. idtftis b.)ion^—comoumder«i: the party or^niaed at Brisbane (Queensland), to seareh. Sum tbe Albeit Kiver, Golf Jof Carpeptuia. £br Burke'«pa»ty,-^feadbe«brethe Exptocattua (-m«mttee the foD-HFing diary ofbtt journey, hfiinff a coniinnatSoci oftiie tiv*'w^tt^p |hl Sibedadiorttimeagp^ Feb.-*, 1862,-Sinoe the t9th nltimo, Oe date of my arrival at Oe depot from the expe dition to the S.W., I hsvebewi in constant expeotatitn of ? boat from. &M.CXIJ& Victoria. Late tbis evening I was glad to welcome the arrival of Lieutenant Gasooigne. The mews bs gave, us of tho TTPe1t''6!^5r^^^fe*Tee5rrea waTSaSSSSon from lldeotenant Gascomne to aeoomnany him to the Victoria, I Ava3ea mysdf of it. and Bad a pleasant sail 'down the nver and a short distance oot,. to sea to ^he...

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THE JULY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 13 September 1862

THE JULY WOOL SALES, The wool sales commenced ou die 31st of Joly. There was a fullottemlanceor buyers, and the prices realized at last sales for all des criptions were maintained.

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