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LANDSBOROUGH'S EXPEDITION. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

UUfDSBOBOUGITS EXPEDITION. (Continued). Mabcr 16.— Camp 2S, situated near tlic left slue of a watercourse of the Flinders River, at a. point bearing 130 deg. from Frederick Walker's. Table Mountain. Tlio horses were scattered almost as much. as they were yesterday morning, and the most of the forenoon was spunt in ninstcring them. Started at 10.35. When we had gone towards Frederick Walker's Table Mountain for three inil«, Jemmy and I left our path on the high ground, and went doifn no a flat extending to the northward for about two miles, where, taking aa observation, I mads the meridian altitude of the sun 70 dug. 13 xnin.; latitude, 20 deg. 40 min. 30 sec. Started after the main party at 12.15 Having ridden seven miles, we reached Frederick Walker's TabJe Mountain, and ascended it. From its high summit I observed tUat, stretching across part of tlic horizon, there was nothing to be seen but plains. Along another part, oa the sou th- eastern side, there »vas 3-sncecssio.T of range...

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

AMEarcAN nmrouBs. The telegram by the Glasgow represents no more than the opinion which prevailed — that MClcIIan was in extreme danger, and that the Confederate commander was about to destroy bis whole army. Perhaps when die newspapers and private letters the present the siege- of Richmond is at an end. An army so beaten as that of ll'Clel- ; Ian does not again stand op readily against its enemy after having been defeated, rooted, and driven mile after mile fn fear successive battles. Tlie Federal army- must for a long- time be incapable of any forward movement. The raising of the siege of Bichmond, and the indefinite postponement of even tlie firet movements in a campaign for Hie conquest of Virginia, is an advantage to tbe South which is not easily oYerraled

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

PABAGUAT. Information has been received* by the diplomatic agunte of Paraguay at the European courts of the conclusion of a con vention by Mr. Thornton, her Majesty's MinistcrPlcntpotenttaryandtheParaguav&n Minister of Foreign Affairs, whereby alfthe difficulties so long- pending between fcngUud and Paraguay have at length received an amicable solution.

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

Birth. On the 18th August, Mrs. Richard Crack, East-street, Ipswich, of twin sons.

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

WANTED, a Thorough GROOM. Apply to Mr. HAKSOX. Goggs-terrace, Little Ipswich. WANTED a GOOD GENERAL WORK MAN. Apply to LANG, Bootmaker. Brisbane-street. WAKTBD. a FOOTH, from It to 16 years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper. WANTED two good hands to EEECT a COTTAGE for the Ipswich Cotton Company, BoevaL Apply on the Estate. CHARLES DUN. Booval, Sept. 17th 1868. TSTANTED by a respectable young man TT a situation as CLEBK or otherwise in a mercantile house in town. Writes a good hand, and u quick at accoanti. Good reference. Address to CLEBK, Office of the JVorii Jnttrotm. ANTED. YOUNG FOULTBT. all kinds. Apply to F. CAUjCOTT. Sontb-atreet. WANTED, a BLACKSMITH, must be a. good Horse-shoer. Apply to P. 6HOBT. BeU-street, Ipswich. September 1st, 1862. WANTED an EXPERIENCED MAN to take charge of a Woolshed on the Downs, this season. Apply, by Utter, to A. B., at this office. MISS S. MUBPHY, Union-street, rjswicaa....

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QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 20 September 1862

QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. We have received a copy of the Rules of this Society, lately organised, with a view to enable Queensland to participate in the ad- vantages that will result from the exchange and acclimatisation of animals and vege- tables useful to man. The Society has already enrolled about forty members, and gentlemen desiring to aid so laudable an undertaking by becoming members, may signify their desire by letter to L. A. Bernays, Esq., the Hon. Secretary. The objects of the Society are fully set forth in the following rule—     "OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY.   'The objects of the Society shall be the introduction, acclimatisation, and domestica- tion of all innoxious animals, birds, fishes, insects, and vegetables, whether useful or ornamental;—the perfection, propagation,     and hybridisation of races newly introduced or already domesticated;—the spread of in-     digenous...

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

NOTICE. PERSONS INDEBTED to the North Australian for Subscriptions or Adver tising-, to'the 30& June last, inclusive, are respectfully requested to bcPBOjur in the settlement of their accounts. : -'Agents are requested to make immediate remittances and statements of moneys col nctc^oiz account of tbis establishment. 'S.Mtb.'±astaiaa ' Office' -: - '?' Tp9wich,21stM»y,18«a.~ '- .t ??'*??'? ?-?'-? .'HOinsE.'.- ??-. ' ;,. IiJTKNDIHG Sobscribers ''are Temmaed feat the present is the first issue of this Journal for ihe.qaarter. Persons calling at the office? 'or sending_a written order, will have tiiepapetidelrre*ed -regnlariy it their address. ? ? ? Tjebmec'' . : i - 3qia»ifejjfe, j^adTamas ..' -9b. . ? * Hssra Atrsnuxur Office,- - .' - ' ?- ? ::- .:,''- : '' ?:-_ HOltCE- : r~ '':' ' SUBSCEEBEBS Tecferring- their papers irregaUrly. either through the Post Office or from Banners, will oblige by oom SBiuiicaiiAff at 0DCfi with, fits Poblisber.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

IMPOUNDINGsT At Ipswich, from Mount Brisbane. Driv ing and trespass. £2 per head.— Bay horse. HH near shoulder, hole in neck on nearside, near hind foot white; bay mare, fistula mark, SB off shoulder, like B over 6 near shoulder; hay mare, star, IC near shoulder, S off shoulder; bay mare, Q near thigh, like 91 off side neck ; bay yearling colt, no visible brand; bay filly, star, no risible brand ; bay mare, near hind foot white, branded W near side neck, JM conjoined near shoulder; hay mare, star, off hind foot white, bo visible brand; chesnot fillr^lito ^. ^^-.^vj-'J' MTtnwVs»»Mfa»»M»»»s»»»^a*BtBIHIlll''Hitrj^^^ PHS?o?nWeiT^ynt^.LTi«wJfcS»Jfc h»yye»HioF JSWy. no yi»iMnhr»H-?- IniiM^ ? ., mare and foaj, blotch near shoulder, and off neck: brown 00b, at*r. like S aeardumldnv ? SS under saddle ;' hay yearling colt, no risi blehrana; bay mare and foal, no visible brand; bay mare, star, WW. over G near shoulder, DM off shoulder; chesnnt filly, silver mane and tail, no visible brand; che...

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LANDSBOROUGH'S EXPEDITION. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

LAXDSBOKOUGH'S EXPEDITION. (Continued). ? ArsiL 1. — We started this morning at right. i Wheu w« had come dowu along the left bank | of the river about eight miles, Jemmy and j I left our party, and \v«nt back «-n tlie us ! wooded downs. These downs extend as far j us the eye can reach to the eastward. Before ( we had gone far we found the recent tracks of ao exploring party, and, instead of rejoin ing our party, we followed the tracks we had found, to see tbe wav led. which annean-il t» be in tt-c direction of some untimbcred Iiills on the left bank of tbe Aiamak Creek. After leaving the tracks we made for the river, A»d reached it at a point a short dis tance above an old camp of mine, where there ia a tree marked £ LXIX At tbe river we found we bad overshot onr STcTr^sScajnpTncntr ^SiFpaSh' €53ay*'went fifteen miies over unwooded, undulating rich ground, hearing abundance of glass ; then cle\-cn and a half miles over a country with higher undulations, and good grass, with myall, ...

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NEW ZEALAND. DISCOVERY OF A NEW GOLD-FIELD AT OTAGO. Dunedin, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

NEW ZEALAND. DISCOVEEY OF A NEW GOLD-FIELD AT OTAGO. {From Hie Arguf oven correspondent) Dunedin. August 33. Had the Gothenburg been half an bnur later in her departure from Dnnedin, on Monday last, you would by this time have been in receipt of news of a more exciting character than any I hare been able to fornish sines tbu discoveries which first incited tbe exten sive emigration of Victorian miners to Otego. Sancdin has at any rate chosen to consider the news of prime importance, and its population have within the past six days exhibited more of a mercurial temncnunent tlisn rainy n-lio hare an inferior reputation for 6tolidity. From freezing point, tic ther mometer of public feeling has suddenly been elevated to fever heat. Dnlness and depres sion, which almost threatened to become chronic, are thinge of the past; tbe present is a moment of excitement, acute and gene ral : and all hope, if they do not agree, that Qtttgpis to b*rfrA.yjrf||WBffffi*ifitf4UfcBM*BMfll ponnSi weight o...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

WEEKXY CAtEKDAIL «e«. Be. *' I s' I Mmxs Hi«h irimi B«sss. j Sna. ! Aot -,» Bvu^ ^^Sj II Iss vil 1 l'l 111 WOTdfr1* '^v' '^^? V'? S 1 3 ^ 0 16.' 0-40 pn Bnrss. ^M1* «'»« ?« 1 «aos asutx ai . ? PS'™. I IPSWICH. ' BamiBs ? ..i D*aT, SoiuUj ex. llhulj-. Snnaiy ei * 1 ecptod, 9 jun. cepted, 7 p-tn Twntoatal 1 ™fiHSI »Jn- Thursdnjaod Snn 1 Fndxf, 6 p.m. j -tay, 8 jua. Dxixxoir I Tuewl^1, lxiio ajiLTTbiiisdAread San- ' Waxwux' I 'OMV. 1^30 P-m.'Tharaiay mil Snn- ^nanfe.3^nSiUriTi!atthefrdC6ti Beisbaw .,. DMy, Sunday eicepted, 10 _, ajn. Toowoomba. Wednesday, 11 ajn.; Satur Bbaitoh..'.. \Tedn«day^n; Saturday, Wabwkk .I Tuesday?*4 j.m.'; Saturday «- 11 ajn. HASASGO .. Friday, noon.' The foDoning MaOs are confingentfor tone on tiie arrivals of die steamers ; and for es8i^ arrangements are made as are most Wtely to-meet public convenience. viz.; ?Maryborough, Gladstone,' and Rockhamp ton, every alternate Sunday or MoS day, as notified in the local papers of *-tte previous Friday and Saturday,...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

AMERICA. (From tht S. a. Herat*.) It tlie civil war in America sliould re sult in the permanent establishment of two independent Confederations, the dismemberment of the Republic will be curiously out of harmony with its own previous history, and with the contem poraneous tendency of other great Powers. This has been called the age of great cities. It may also, with equal truth, be called the age of great em pires. Small nationalities seem to find it increasingly difficult to maintain their independent existence. They arc al ways in dread, always in danger of be ing absorbed by some more powerful neighbour. They exist only by suffer ance, or under the shelter of treaties, the efficacy of which is often and with reason distrusted. The art of war has reached such a development, and the armies and navies maintained even in times of pease are eo vast that it is a physical impossibility for small nations tii defend their nationality by force. 1 The great Potrers have gone on annex ing th...

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The North Australian. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

[?] fipjjtosEii&ice^ a|tetn6s^sn J6*ok place* «i me Brisbane j6arnals%;pon the im propriety of a Minister of the Crown practising as an Attorney while holding a seat ia the Esecntire Council, and controlling a laiie aad importint 'de- partment of the public serrice.; The discussion to \rhich we refer was opened 'By'* letter' signeel XHstttia' Trfiicn' charged the present Minister for Lands] and tVorfes with questionable conduct' -in-«etiag - as -the -Attorney of «niirdivi dual charged -with murder-, phile hold ing die office of an - Executive Bonncil lor, ani-ionsequentljr a reviewer if any sentence that might be passed npou his client. On two occasions immediately before the appearance of the latter of Jos TIXIA in our Brisbane contemporary, letters similarly signed were received by ourselves; but as they were not cer tified bj the Dame of their author, and commenced the examination of a very grave question of official decornm in connexion with a special and most'in , appro...

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THE SUBJECTS OF THE TSAR. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

^HE SUBJECTS OF THE TSAR. (Continued.) J&E Bhoor-yate of Irkootsh profess jCaamanism, while the Khal-jnooks for the most jjart are wprshippeig of the. wantfEama ~ of Thibiict, who can' Iraastof ,no more zealous votaries than *hey.. Some of the Kliai-mooks of the; Steppes of the Volsa andOoral rivers? .-are Christians of the Rosso-Greek rite ; - and concerning the mode of ' evangel -.isbg' them adopted by the Russians, a ? traveller of that nation gives the foliow :ing singular aceoant: — 'A yoort or ' ; horde of Khal-mooks being encamped ?on- the banks of a river, a troop of Cos ? saeks one day galloped into their ring, escorting a venerable Archimandrite, :vtlio forthwith began to exhort the iiKolators to abandon their false gods and receive Christian baptism. Bnt, after vainly exhausting all his elo quence without producing any saving seffeot, he at length had recourse to the Attaman, who commanded the Cossacks, a-id begged of him to use his influence -with the benighted K...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

LATEST INTELLKSEh-qb. ' : ? ? ?'*'?? , ..(from the Qovjitr and GuarHanS '. ? . . JBYBSEY. ' ! ' : ' . :. Friday. G n-wi. strews fiF it'Baaciacjrs JsxrMmtifo:. ' ? Tax Fortune imroafrom Brand Sound r^l ports .that SfKinlay, the South Australian - explorer, together with his party, had arrived there all well in. the Ben Bolt. The,party were on their voyage to Evick hajtupton, .bat were . compelled to pnt into Broad £oand for provisions, of jrliich ihev were short. 31'Kinlay had succeeded in crossing the -continent and reaching the Gulf of Carpen taria, which locality he left for Port Dcnison in the -latter end of June. . ? . 1 He intends coming down to 'Sydney 1-y steamer. ; . [ . . * The report as to the 6tictmg-np of 4hc Lachlan coach is aonurmed. * Two houses -were destroyed by fira in AYoolloomonloo to-day. ; The Lancashire fimd nnn- amounts to the magnificent sura of £20,000 (twent\- thousand pounds). Three thousand six' hnndrcd (£-'W00) will he sent home bv this raail. , Mr. \Vc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

. CONCLUSION OF SALE OF Household Furniture, &&- At the CLARENDON HOTEL, East-streefc HM. COCKBTJRN has ™*«je» »'. 4 strnetions from Mr. D. Mitchell, proprietor of the 'Clarendon Hotel, East street, to seW by public auction, at the above-named hotel, THIS DAY, the 29rd instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, THE REMAINING PORTION OF HIS FURXtfURE AND STOCK IN-TRADE. Consisting ot— Single aud double iron' besteads, horsehair and coir mattresses, wasustands. toilet sets | and glasses, dressing tables, ebairs, dish covers, crockery, saucepans, etowpans, boilers, and other kitchen utensils. Ala), single and donnle reined bridles, Iio^SKId saddle;, tsudciu harness, whips, 1 gig, 1 ' sociable, steelyard, weighing machine, and the remainder of wiues, spirits, glasses, measures, funnels, &c, &a, in the Bar. Terms, cash. No reserve. HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND EX TENSIVE UNRESEGVED SALE. To Merchants. Storekeepers, Heads of Families, Publicans, and Others On THURSDAY, ...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

MELBOUBJTE. ' ; :_ . . . - Friday, 4 n.ra. UospatcUes have been received from Mr ' Howitt, the explorer, stating that he intends returning in October, after having re-visited Cooper's ;Creek. Saturday. A ship jnst arrived in Port Phillip reports having spoken with the Ariadne on the 18th: All well y-p board. .: 'A discovery has been made of frauds to a considerable extent having been committed under the new Land Act The affairs of the Provident Institute have been under, examination, but nothing has yet been made public as to the result of the inqurry. t'

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General Post Office, Brisbane, 31st July, 1862. Conveyance of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

' General Post Office, Brisbane, Slat July, 1863. Conveyance of Mails. fiONVEYANCE being required for the KJ Post-office Mails from and to the abder mentiouci places, for one or two years, from the 1st January, 1883, persons disposed to contract for providing conveyance for the same arc invited to transmit their offers in writing to this nfticc before Twelve o'clock on TUESDAY, the 7th day of October iicst; endorsed 'Tender for Conveyance of Mails.' 1. 1'rom and to Brisbane and Moggill ; once a week. 2. From aud to Ipswich and Warwick; twice a week, via Fassifern, Maryvale, and Glcngallan. 3. From and to Ipswich, Toowoomba, and Drayton ; three times a week. i. °l''rom and to Ipswich and Kannn^o : once a week. 5. From and to Drayton and Nanango; once 3 week, via Gowrie, Bosalie, aud Tarong. 6. From aud to Dalby aud Gundawindi: once a week, -via St. BiithV, Cecil Plains, Dunmore, Junction) and Re treat. 7. From and to Ddlby and Auburn : once a week, via Jimbour, Buirandowau, Bun dooin...

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ADELAIDE. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

? . ? ? . ADELAIDE. : ; ? ' ? Friday afternoon. . Jnst as the Princess Louise wjs on the point of sailing, the captain discovered tiiat a qaaritityiif arms and ammunition was col lected' on- board in possession of, the -a»w ; who hare' been arrested on suspicion of bxvfng-fnratical intentions. .. '? ' ' The incomo-under Torrens* Act, aceordinir. ^r5*??A3^IJ£§8^BaJiillillMilM .'HWf '' is .^.'---3 -?--; : '.''? ? ' 'Veittraajv The motion expressing want -tf confidence in the^Iinietry-hasbeenTinBoccessfiii; Tlie seW «f 'the arrival of SIcEinlay lias created considerable excitement. The Government ^tate that he esceeued Ms in structions' 'in crossing, the continent to the Gulf of Carpentaria. - - ? 1 1 la ~thc Assembly a motion iras passed sanctioning tiic pnnciple.flf. giving grants of land to capitalists, -or joompanies con itrncting a tramway to the Far Wdrtb

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 23 September 1862

WASTED, YtfCOTG POBLTBY. «U iiods. Apply to F. CALkCOTT. South-street. W' ANTED, aTh.wough GBOOM. Apply . to Mr. HAXSON. Goggs-terrace, Little Ipswich. WANTED a GOOD GEKEUAL WOBK MAX. Apply to LANG. Bootmaker, Brisbane-street. XTT ANTED, two DRAUGHT HORSES ?T and a SPRIXti CAST. Apply to GEO. H. WILSON & CO. Ipswich, 22nd Sept_ 1&62. Y|T ANTED, a steady single MAN to Y drive a team of Houses. Apply to H. HOOPEE. Brisbane-street. September 23, 166i 'ITSTASTED, & Hiorougb GENERA^ IV SEUYAKT; noue but firet-clas' Ser\*ants need apply. Enqniie at the office of this paper. T\r ANTED, two BO VS not nndcr 14 years TT of age. Apply to GIVEN AND HADLEV, Painters, &c^ Darling-street. WANTED, a BLACKSMITH, jnust be a good Horse-shoer. Apply to P. SHOBT. Bell -street, Ipswicii. September 1st, ISG2. ANTED, a YOUTH, from 14 to 16 years of age, with a good plain edu cation, as an Apprentice to the Printing business. Apply office of this paper, WANTED by a respectabl...

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