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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

BESWICxlKHJOBCOOBT. . jfapsspay- Oat JSJaata 18. . 'XiicftsT *wast so- boslBast- Jbmam-aA-jQou^t' ^^ eloth, &§r**#femJB:*j£ ThimiasX--rag-o*eaodFrbaerXckBeiIiiig W 01VJ0B6U llOnilTS ^nU]SII^r^Osf'TiW*UHa,CS ness—the fttmcr with 4m altematrre of twern boors, wagmiiim&wMSSOiaitBr- Baanortwen»£».]KiQavn1be,oelIs. ihommXingnuoMM* ab»idiarged witb ^^a^a**»sMl*SaWs'Ji»ssVMafin**. fefc -lAih sCKsMIIIIIbIbK, A ^SSe^S^tho^nTT&y-.p^ Kc borne, «na .aTiiod him to go borne. IMus3an«(rfasuigtodoniiinjlbeb«d bad another glass, witness called Sergeant Car son, and on his attempting to lead prisoner : away, prisoner knocked him down and fell on hnn.; prisoner got up immediately after wards, and on his doing so witness caught boldofhim.nnu prisoner again fell, and when he was down kicked witness several times — once very severely in the ribs : witness, ?with, the assistance of Scrgcaut Carson, then handcuffed prisoner, and 'vcre obliged to tie his feet together and wheel him o...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

NOTICE. f^OUXTBV Snbscribers or Advertisers \J whose Accounts are £1 or upwards, will oblige by an early remittance, Xobto Acrtealias Office, 1st July, 1S62.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

3D[je Jjtortjr Australian, qcEEsau]n- sese&h atitesctser, IS published on Tussdat, Thursday, and SATPBCiV roomings, and forwarded tu Country Subscribers by the earliest inaiis. «ii*:»Mg op SCBSCRIPTTOX . Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. JVr Quarter, credit ? 10s. Single Number-. ? 6d Tb*Qitarters«erniinatuaii-tfee 31st March, not Ik attendee, to unless given Id writing. Subscribers Will bo charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. TTEBSs OF ADVEBTIMKa. 8. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch.:.... ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch.,.. 2 0 Six lines, or under tlirec-quarters of an inch ? ?- ? 2 6 Sight lines, nr uuder one inch ? 3 V Every additional eight lines, under anincb... ? ........... 1 Oj TEKXE OF niSCOCST. j C Consecutive Insertions ? 10 '# cent. 13 .. .. ? 15 .. j 2$ „ „ ? 25 „ j The number of insertions must be written ? on the face of each Advertisement, or it i will be continued until countermanded, and j charged accordingly. Advertisemen...

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MILITARY OPINION ON M'CLELLAN'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

MJXJTABr OPINiON OS M-CtELtAITgf POSiTiosr. Tbe Arm&anlKaBy Gazette says tfcwnole position or M-Clellan before Bichmond wms radically weak, and* that *U that .surprises one is that bis army was sot completely destroyed when right, centre, and left were broken and driven together. That circum sta-nee alone shows that tbe Federals fought well Bad the Confederates improved their advantages the army of the Potomac- wonld probably have'-bcen obliged to capitulate. This very extraordinary scries of engage ments was deprived of a decisive character by want of means, exertion, or lode of en terprise; M'CleUan was only saved fimn annihilation by tbe caution of tbe enemy. On tho 2nd and 3rd of July ms army was huddled np dose to the banks of tbe river, dose to the gunboats, in a state- of otter prostration, dejection, 'mi quite worn- out by toll, losses, and b rapid locomotion. The safety of M'CleUan now depends on the gunboats holding their own fn the river, and it must be considered...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

NOTES jSlJSTD SMEWS Tbe ' VTxawicK MiU..' — We are in receipt of tbe first number of the Iforicicl Mai/ published on tbe 17th inst, under the pro priety of Mr. R. J. Jlorrcasy. The new journal makes a very respectable appear ance, and we hail its advent with satisfac tion to filling up an hiatus which has been long felt in that part of the colony. We are not enabled from tbe first number to arrive at any conclusion as to the political leanings of tbe journal. Probably the Editor has not yet received bis cue The prosperity of the district is thus hoped for in the peroration to tbe leader; — 'It is to be hoped, the dark cloud that has hitherto hovered over tbe horizon of her (Warwick's) prosperity will quickly pass away, and that each and every one will manfully put his shoulder to the wheel, andjfwork with s- will in the good cause, abandon all party feeling and putty jealousies, bearing in mind at all limes that unity ia ttrcngth.' - ? - - Sgaofcw ^ .JL yr^n»'Trr .^^fc* . Jtt**yhorp...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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FRANCE AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

FRASCE AKD AMERICA. The Herald'* Paris correspondent says' the drift of public opinion in France is in favor of government offering its mediation to tha American belligerents. Tbe ihnitatr publishes an interesting ac count of tho battle before Bichmond. One thing, it is said, is certain, die army of the North was crashed on the field by wver wbelming nnmbers; that it had to give up foot by foot several miles of ground; that it has lost -guns, provisions, and stores, and, tax thfi present, Sicbsnond S&cfiacnjnged*

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday, Sep. 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

ADELAIDE. Wednesday, Step. TO. Tbe rumour which prevailed relative to I H'Kinlay's part? does sot appear to lie cor- j net. Tbe Government bare- not received I jju^^intelltgepce. 'V'.'.*fi;g /*'*' Mr- 1 *'S'nrtseen aay^ei^em!111!!^ bis belief that H'Kfiilay is on the Itestem shores. The Advcrtuerhaa wntten a severe article I reflecting' «n tbe members of tbe Boose of j Assembly, for tbe notice against the Han. j sard. I In the Assembly ? Wn b*s been passeS to. give sqnatten the right of appeal against tbe assessmenton stock- ? Thnrsday, Sep. H, 7 pjn. Bis Sicelleney bas sent a, message *- thtt House of Assembly recommending file bor rowing ot tiOO/XO far a tramway totbo ICuiray. - - A Urge- and ntSoeoluI meeting ttas-been held at KfPW'''* »» &'« of the northern Mr. Alsop. the secretary of the Dnrbea Uine, has been arrested for defalcations. A number of Chinese landed at Goichen Bay, and have enrne here overland: A diffi culty ante jbstweea #«» amd flje earner conveying fliet...

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THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ALICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

THE MARRIAGE OP THE PBrjTCES*! ALICE. The marriage of her Roval Highness Princess Alice with -Prince Louis «r Hesse took place on tbe 1st Jnlv private}* 'at Oslwrue. the ceremony being' ]terfurmca by the Archbishop or York, in the unavoidable absence of the Archbishop ofOaatcrbury Her Mniestv the Oiirn-n cuff...:.. * j .._ her recent severe affliction, attended in a most private manner in deep moqrjiin'- sur-' ronnded by her four sons— tlwir 'Royal' Highness tbe Prince of Wales, Prince Alfred! Prince Arthur, and Prince LsopaM The ceremonial of the naniajj of Her Koral Highness the Princess Alice Maud Mary, second daughter of lur Majesty Queen Victoria, and of his IWa! Highness Albert, the Prince Consort, Duke of Saxony and Prince of Sa-se Cuburg and tiutha with liis Grand Ducal Highness tuc Prince Frederick William Louis, cidestsnn of his Grand Ducal Highness the Prince Charles AVilliam I^ouis, brother of tha Grand Duke of Hesse, was as follows : — Tlie royal personages and others i...

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THE SYDNEY BRANCH MINT. REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

: WH6 BTD3JBY BBAXCH MINT. BEFOBT OF TUE 3EU97T CnMMFTTlTV Tbe select comtnittce .appointed to con sider and report on the expediency of lega lising the circulation in tbe United Kingdom of die sovereigns coined at the branch of the Royal Hint at Sydney, have just agreed to tbo following recommendations: — ' ' 1. That gold coin be issued from the branch Mint at Sydney baring curraucy in all .parts or the British dominions where gold coin. minted iu London is current 2. Tlu-t the coin . strnck at the Sydney Mint should have, as nearly as possible, the same alloy, aud tlie same quality of execution and durability as that struck at the Royal Mint in London. ' 3. That the coin should also have a mint mark sufficient to indicate, it least to bankers and others, the mint whence it. issued. 4. Tlut an adequate mint charge or soignoragc should continue to be levied, and that thu Imperial Govern ment should, stipulate for iu being kept at such an amount as to prevent any undue inducement to ...

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WELLINGTON. Friday, Sept, 12.7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

WELLINGTON. Fridav, Sept. 12, 7 p.m. The telegraph was opened to-day, and lias been in fall work since 3 p.m. Good prospects have been obtained on tbe Wellington diggings, and the number of digger* is increasing.

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HARTLEY. Thursday, Sept, 11th. 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

HABTLEY. (From the S. U. Herald.) Tliuredav. Sent. 11th. 9 ajn. Two parties were stock up on Mount Victoria^ and robbed liy four armed men, twonruicil with rcvulrcrs. The police arc ont in pursuit ct'tiic robbers. The Itowenfels toll-bar was sold to-day for £390. Weather Sue. Rain mnch wanted.

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MELBOURNE. Thursday, Sept. 11th. 8p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

JTELBOUBXE. Thorsdav, Sept. lltli, 8p.ni. The Provident Institute has stopped pay ment. Liabilities over a quarter of a million sterling. Assets large, but not considered likely to yield mnch. Several other failures follow as* a matter of coarse, vis., Enoch Chambers. Hanc.-ckr Foxton and Sawell; none of the cerates are likely to realise mnch. A msh on the Economic and other similar institutions bas already set in to some extent. It is said tuat the directors have speculated in flonr, sugar, and other merchandise, and lost largely. The Escorts have brought 35,039 ounce* gold1 Sugar maiHcst duU. ?TfcSSS' - ? -tr- ,Tfj|^!ff*^*'jiM''*fc'?*ff^:'--' banks, but conducted with'Igreat judgment. At tlie Supreme Court, in the matter of Bowie against Wilson, the costs taxed were altogether unfavourable to the latter. The Judges refused to interfere with the taking master. At a meeting of the Council of tbe Vic torian Bi6e Association, held to Jay. it was resolved to decline the -proposal of tl...

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GOULBURN. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

GOUHBURN, Friday, € J-Jn. An attempt bus been made to rob the mail from Lambing Flat ty- Cowra, by an armed bushranger. Tlie driver whipped tlie hones, and escaped, though followed throe miles. The bns!intnger snapped bis revolver three times at the mail driver. The murderers of Crotty. tlie Harengo mailman, are known to the police. They are two Frenchmen ; one is supposed to be en route to Sydney, by way of liurraagong.

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Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

Wednesday, 6 OJn. (From tike Courier.) OJh?-SlH!!!^.t!rn.fe1.imfePe ..? i S-ow chanan. Tan-ens' Bea] Property Bill lias safely passed through its seceal reading in tlie Legislative Comicit. On the motion for the second reading of the Abolition of State Aid Bill being broqght forward ut the Council, a resolution was mured with the^object of shelving it. This, however, was negatived, and the debate on the measure was adjoarnea tin TDnrsday next (to-morrow.) The Council are in disensston now on the Lefrislntive Council Bill. Ei-Commission«r Baciiaoan, formerly of the northern gold-fields, lias been committed on a second charge of forgery. \ ' '. The 'Williams {s.} bas arrived fromUPH* Bay. ' ' ? - : Thursday, ,8 pint Ano&eTKg&wsyiDotery has taken place. The coach from Lachlan tojCarcoar has been Btucfc op, ana aS the passengers pJonderea. Infonnatioa has just been received of the discovery of a new gold-field an tbe Clyde The* captain of tte ship Hum hold*, which bas ar...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TOOWOOMBA. Wednesday, 17th September. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

LATEST HMU.trr!T.T.T-33BETOE. TOOTTOOMBA. firaoM oca own correspondent.} Wednesday. 17th September. The nomination of six Aldermen to serre in the first Municipal Coancilof Drayton. took place at tbe Court Honse vesterdav. There was a fair attendance of electors, and jndgin-r from tbe number of candidates proposed, they sis determined to nave a guodlv number te select from. Mr. W. H. Groom. JIJJL acte2 as Returning Officer, Mr. Taylor, MX_A. having- declined' to act. Tbe following is a list of the candidates : — Messrs. W. Horton, Peter FarqaUarson, W. Handcochv C PottiDger, J. Webb, J. Houston* J). Barry. Thomas Allen. A. Macnherson* A. Brace. A. Contfs. J. Rup, R. Hamilton. J. Kelly. P. Tighe, John Ryan. W. Ham-word..!. Forquharson, \V. J. Peak. Tbe Snow of band's was in favour of Messrs. V. Farqnharson, J. Houston. D. Barry. 3. Kelly, 'J. Farqutarson, and W. Kdndcock. Mr. Pottinger demanded a pot which will take place on Tuesday next. The weather - is fine, and the country is las...

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THE SUBJECTS OF THE TSAR. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

TfflE SUBJECTS OF THE TSAR! (Contiuusd.} -. The Tartars or Tatars, descendants of tnc ancient* Scythians, have extended their numerous subdivisons over Kuro paou and Asiatic Russia ; they are especially' designated by the names of j the priDuipal districts and cities which ' they inhabit. ' Butfirst as regards their general denomination^ tha word Tartar eeeais'ba beta con-option of Tatar, the name of a particular tribe of ?Central Asia, which having become Very power ful imposed its own appellation upon the other tribes that were reduced under its sway. It was in the twelfth century, when all the tribes of Central Asia, rallying round the banner of the celebrated l'shing]iiz-&han, menaced Europe with a universal conquest, that the name of Tartars began to', be known and employed by Occi dental writers. About two centuries Liter, or precisely bstween the years J 1336 and 1405, the dread name of! ' Timoor the Tartar' was uttered with horror in every homestead of western Eorbpe...

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

ADELAIDE. Wednesday afternoon. Sir. Torronplias received a vote of thanks from the Legislature of Tasmania for the services rendered by him towards the pass iof: of tlie Boa) Property Act in that colony. The South Australian Government have ruceircd from Sir. Gisborne a sample of die submarine cable which it U proposed t-- lav down between Java and Australia, and the terminus of which will either be at Moreton Bay or at Cambriago Gulf. Tbe floor market is still firm. Thursday. The Taliska mines are producing very rush ytq|4av '***'* MMr*'''1'' 7O P'1 oent of lead, with a largTfionortion W ailva'r?' ' Flour is firm at previous quotations. Wheat sells at five shillings nod four pence & bushel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

TO COVER THIS SEASON, AT CANNING DOWNS. TBE CELEBRATED ra^OBTED STALLION FEEETEADER, WINNER of the Liverpool Grand Na tional Steeple Chase 18-56, and being second for it the previous year. lie is by the Sea out of Miss Cobdea by S- .ckport, dam by Blacktop out of Jerry s dam. The Sea by Wbalcoae out of Mer maid by Orville, her dam by Sir Solomon, out of Miss Brim, by Higbflyer, &c. ; Stock Part, own brother to Elis and Epirns by Langar. out of Olympia. by Sir Oliver, her dam Scotiila by Anvii out of Scotia by Eclipse, and of Harmony by Herod, &c. Stands 15 hands 2 inches high, colour a ouautiral rich bay without white; is good, tempered, and has a wonderful constitution. The public are invited to send marcs, as this will be positively bis but season in this district. Terms — £8 Se. per mare. Also. THE BAY ENTIBE. NAMED EXHIBITION, Bred by Charles Boberts, Esq., New South Wales. He is by Cossack out of Jesses by Sir Charles. Cossack by Sir Hercules, out of Flora Mclvo...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

: KELBtrtJBNB. ? ;; - '- ?' ?- ? -: WednesoiT, ?«*»-' A. aUtement of tt» iiabBbes and*SBet- of a» Victorian Provident InstRnt* bas been presented by fl» mMffa*. J-^»*J not eoMidered teuahk. The Uttonnanf, shows « deficieu'ey-of £30,000, but it is an ticipattd that the assets will realise (10) shillings in the £. Thursday. The Great Britain sailed yesterday, taking with her 103,0pQ trances of gold, and £50,!XO iii sovereigns! Tlie amount subscribed to tho Jjands boroneh testimonial flrnd already amounts to nearlv £4uO. and it is expected that it will reach to at leas: £CuO. Business is doll. By late advices we learn that heavy shipmeuts of rice have been made from Calcutta. The escnrts have brought down 24,000 ounces of gold. At the nomination for the Southern Province the bliow of hands was in favour qf Clarke. A poll was demanded.

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

EUROPEAN INTEtUGESCE. DEKMABK. The fete given to the Kings of Sweden and Denmark 19th Ja!y ia Copenhagen, was of a very brilliant character, heightened bv favorable weather. Their Majesties entered at two o'clock, and traversed tlie lar«*er por tion of the city, and all the houses were decorated, and flowers wore thown from the windows. At four o'clock their Majesties, accompanied by the Princes and a numerous suite, repaired on foot from the Castle to the banquet prepared by the Corporation. At the Exchange, tho entire Xational Guard paraded at eight in tho evening. The various guilds, the students, and different associa tions went in procession, carrying banners, to tlie Castle. Immense crowds thronged tbe streets, and' the enthusiasm pf the people was indescribable Upon tlie arrival of the procession at the Castle, the two Kings appeared, hand in hand, on the Castle balcony. Tbe King- of Sweden wilt leave Klsiiuirc for his country at noon to-day.

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