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BRISBANE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

^*-^^ T»T?lt;n-TqrF; '? (rRn» OCB OW5 COBBESFOITOEST.) WEBXESPVr. Tt id hard to say Whether die Qneen'.i hirth day will he more generally kept np in Bris bane on Friday, Saturday, or on Monday ; a most important problem no doubt yon will nay, hut in these dnll piping times of peace the merest tri6es serve to acritate the public -mind. The levee is to be 'held on Fridav. the regatta will take place on Saturday, and whilst several ' eminent firms in the cit}'' liav» through the medium of the newspaper hoisted the flag of independence in this matter of holidays, and announce positively that they intend to close their 'estahlish'- ments' (not shops. Sir.) on Monday. The result of all this division of opinion mill be that the town will generally male; a lwlidav of the three days named.' and lie partially on the loose during the whole of that period. If not actually on the spree it will be verg ing on the vortex of dissipation. £a at tendant the result of the explanation and invitation to...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

XEW ZEALAXD. Sv.lnev. Mon*iv, The r-ord Worslev arrived this afternijou froai Sew Zcalanl. Th-!_ native Kinsr question was still I a.Tifaf-fi' the public mind, and reasaiped unsettled. Auckland has been risited hy a scvere stnrin, the damage done bv ^vhich is esriiua- ! t«l a £M.-).M. ' ' I ..TJjc Governor lauded at 'WVllington on ! a tour of inspection on die 5ih May.

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ELECTRIC TEDEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

ELECTRIC TEDEGRAPH DEPART MENT. Mr. TAYLOR, pursuant to notice, moved1 for the following returns : — (1.) The amount expended in Salaries, Contingencies, and 'Working Expenses on the varions Electric Telegraph Stations throughout the Colony ii each month, up to the 30th April last, since the different lines were opened. - 2.) The monthly receipts,, at the various Sta tions, during the same period. If the price of the messages were reduced, three or four times as minv would be sent. The COLONIAL SECRETARY was prepare to produce the returns. The re turns showed the gross receipts to bo £2392. and the gross expenditure £2231 ; thus leavinc a small balance of receipts wcr expenditure. Mr. O'SULLIVAX. had the returns not already been prepared, -we would have sug gested that the receipts of income and ex penditure at each station, separately, and the number of messages transmitted throujrli eacli station, should lie also in cluded in the return. The COLONIAL SECRETARY thonght that the ret...

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

S 'E3C 1 1* 3? I N' O- - USrARTCUK. Hat 19. — Prince of \TaIes. sre»mor,750 tons. Gxnuin Bell.fjrSSv.iai.yr Passeajjers— Mr. and Mrs. BatmittL Mrs. Mcjteusctt, Mrs. Griffin, Messrs. E. Griffiths, Jamison, G. HeLashAm. ? R- KeUVtt. Sharwo..A. G. W. Thornton, A. H. Macartnnr, McCrome, A. Swanwn. A. Anderson. II. Soli til, Klrnil, and 15 iu the steerage. EXPORTS. Prince of Wales: JS bales woo!. 5 hales Bkins. AV. Gray and Co. ; 38 tales wool. 2 ?jtmaic3 skins. 50 casks tallow, G. H. Wilson and Co. : 25 bile* wool, P-tiTou and Co. ; 4 casks t\Xlnw. -J. M-ftmW: 14 casks tallgw. j llfi Mies. R. Forrest: it hides. I cask . tallow. H- M. Coekfcurn ; «S hid.*. Haiissler | anifio.; 1 mrcel.Bvi'i Australasia; 1 box. | A. Gaskarth ; i case, H. M. Weave ; 22 ] bnVickcs. 2 cases bananas, J Brown: 3 casks j rruit. J. Beatrix : 1 parcel, Kemp ; 10 cas^s fruit. T. Uiraick ; 25 cases. 1 cask fruit, D. Skyring ; 14 pai&sires sundries. E. Bennett : I n'ackage boots, J. Grn.san ; 1 package. E. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

ASH qrEFjrsLASO cesktlal apvekhseb, IS published on TVesdav. Thcesday. and S.\Ti;aD*v mornings, and fonrardcd to Country Subscribers by the earliestmails. TEDMS OF SCBSCEIPTIOX. . Per Qnarter. in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter credit ? 10s. Single Xnmber ? 6J. L^^ The Quarters terminate on ths Slst March, !biiS^j=»,,_^32{b|June. 3*'1 September, end 31st Deccin- j ?late of commencing their subscriptions. TEESS OF ACVEDIlStSG. „ b. -L Tw-* lines, or under a quarter of an I inch ? 1 o] Four iines, or under half an inch ? 2 0| Sii lines, or under three-quarters of aniHeh ? ? „ ? 2 61 'Eight Iim-s, nr under one inch ? 3 o Every additional eight lines, under iininch. ? ? „ t oj TEKHS OF ItUOCKT. I C Consecutive Insertions ? 10 '» cent j ' - „ ? 15 „ 2C „ , ? «.5 ' Tlifi number of insertions muet be written I ?«m the face of etch Advertisement, or it i will lie continued until countermanded, and ch-irged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must be paid for previously to publication...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

nXEKLV CALEMUIL .,„ „, Srs ? Sns ;jloovs UukVitei sia, «._ ,IS]M_ ScJg_ ; AsL QX TUi. rit ? -i:~sr:'iT'ir', tT~s~ M-im'; Afts'. FHdmv _ 2 6 4n - 5 13 i Si 0 S n i 5 2S futurdiy f * 40 : S IS ! 25 0 .=CSO ; 6 16 Saudiv _?: 6 « ' 5 IS ? IK 0 ? «.4i T 10 ' KnniUy £d 6 41 I 5 11 ; 27 o 7 fift S .1 -ru-*-'Uv._:r t u ! m . s g ' s s ss4 i ?nVdn^.yi' G 4'i tl» '9 » !- Sp 9 46 i ThareJay i; t 43 , 5 10 j li 5 .10 W \ 10 32 The 6an*s rising nnd i*rt tini? is ralrnlmtf ri to mo&n Mm». Hish -*at-,r at ^.smich frrnr boiirs altwr.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

[?] PKonrrcE Recctyeo. — Bv Messrs. Panton and Oo_ 16 bales of wool WEST over HARAN : by Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co., 300 hides, T. W. and Co.

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

QUEENSLAND EftMJ&TgENT. (AbriJgrd from the Courier.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, May 20. The SPEAKER took die chair at a quarter past three, and read prayers. KEW MEM1IEB. Mr. ALFRED SAKDEMAX. member for Port Curtis, was introduced by the Colonial Treasurer and Mr. Boyds, and took the oaths and his seat. PAPERS. The COLONIAL SECRETARY tabled returns of cattle and sheen inspected, and the cases reported on under provisions of Pleuro-pneunionia Act, and moved that they be printed. QUESTIONS. The MISISTERfor LANDS and M'ORKS, n reply to Mr. Taylor, stated that 501 runs had been reported on in the Lciclihardt dis trict since 20th August, ]S61. Also, diat Mr. J. L. Hay was the only Commissioner who had held runs, that gcutlcmen had held eleven runs, but had disposed of them all. THE TENDERING SYSTEM. Mr. WATTS' resolutions, ou the tendering system, which we before published, were moved by diat gentleman, who is still au invalid. After some explanations from the Minister for La...

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TUESDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

Tuesday. Hay 20. (Am the Courier.) Arthur MacaliEter was dicn recalled in repry. and examined by die Attomey General. His evidence was eutirely at variance with that part of Mr. Johnston's and Mr. Liddv'g which referred to the last conversation in his office. With the examination of this witness tho evidence dosed. Hr. Jones addressed the jury in the de fence, and die Attorney-General replied at length. Bis Honor then summed up, and left five questions of fact to the jurv: ? (1) Was there an agreement mail.;? * (2) If made, was die agreement, as proved, thu same as the agreement declared on ? (S) Was the value of the property £1100? (4) Was the representation untrue with Fergu son's knowledge ? (5) Was Ferguson in a. position to contradict the representation as to the value of die property, if falsely made by Liddy? „_ _* ? _ ifcXiUey objected, fo ~k~~^~S~~~~BH~~a~~~~~~~H on the five points. - i^^^^^e££^ His Honor then read over die evidence. The jury retired, and after a short abse...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 20. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COUKT. Tuesday, May 20. Bsfore the Police Magistrate. William GIce*on and William O'Xcil, pleaded guilty to having been drunk in the public streets, on the 18th; Glecson was fined 10s.. and O'Xcil 5s., each having the alternative of 24 hours in the cells. William tileesun was also found guilty of using obscene language in tlie public streets, and was fined os.; in 'default was sentenced to seven days' imprisonment iu Brisbane uail. Thomas Moroney v. Michael Coonev, Michael Cooney v. Thomas Maroney, Sli chael Cooncy v, Matthew Marouey, and Thomas Maroney v. Mary Jane Hockings, positioned till Tuesday next. Wei-s©«pa.y, May 21. Before the Police Magistrate. Onncan M*Loiighlin charged with having no lawful or visible means of sujijxirt, was discharged with a caution to leave the town in twenty-four hours. Mary Allen was fined five shillings for drunkenness, with the alternative of 2i hours in the cells. Boateek fob May. — May 23 — F. North and It. J. Smith. Mav 27— G. H....

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

Notices of Motion. Alderman Watkins — 'That this Council will cause a. culvert or bridge to be placed in Ellcnborough-strect, over tlie gidly near the Water Ueserve.' By Alderman Watkins — ' That this Council will cause steps to be taken re- ' ??peering the leasing of the Water Ee serve.' By the Mayor — -That the portion of Gordon-street* which has been formed be metalled and gravelled.'

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MONDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

Monday, May 19. The Attornev-GenenLlcross-cxaminecdthe defendant. Witness persisted in his statement made on die direct examination, and also stated that except the first interview with Fergu son, he had no other save in Mr. Macalistcr's office; the goods were to be particularised (Mr. Ferguson said) in die new bill of sale. Was not aware that the proposed bill of sale was only, between Liddy and witness. l^ughtiliatA jjew^jLjcument should be mode out giving^olu^n'tnfpotter-triilcai Ferguson had. It was to lie in place of Towns' hill which could not be transferred to defendant. Went to Canal Creek not only for inventor}', but also for purpose of ascer taining value of stock. Both Mr. Macalis ter and; Mr. Ferguson knew what witness went for. By the Court : How did the know it ? Witness : They must have known it, as they knew it was necessary to have an in ventory, and inj addition I told them I was going to Leyburn for the purpose ; looked over the stjck-iu-trade at Canal Creek ; saw...

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SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. SATURDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

SUPREME COUBT, BRISBANE. Saturday, May 17. Betook his Houor Mr. Justice Lutwyche, and a jury of four. TOWNS V. JOUKSOK*. In this case the plaiutiff was Robert Towns, of the firm of Towns and Co., and 3. Johnston, Mayor of Ipswich, defendant. Damages were laid at £2000. It appeared from the statement of plaintiff's counsel and evidence adduced subsequently, that au agreement in writing was entered into between the plaintiff, die defendant, and one Patrick Liddy. to the effect that plain tiff would hand over to the defendant cer tain securities held by him (the inaintin') ? ? - ?? ? T' ? I. nil. ? mf,f-~JJ*., Liddy, on condition that plaintiff would hand over certain promissory notes signed bv Liddy and endorsed by defendant, in all amounting to £1700. The 'defendant went to Leyburn to value the stock, aud a. day was fixed when the parties were to meet in Mr, MiLCalister's office and cam' out the ar rangement. When it came to the point, the defendant refused to jam form his part of th...

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MATCH BETWEEN TELEGRAM AND VAN TROMP FOR £100 A-SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

MATCH BETWEEN' TELEGRAM AXD VAX TROMP FOE £100 A-SIDE. This march which was arraufftid some tiro mouths siuce, took place oji the Ipswich race-course on Tuesday last and excited a greaxjunoiint of interest amonp the sporting p^rFormanw*s'ol T[ an 'iToiupt andllie'Sn'oiv^ led^cthat his preparation was bein^ made under experienced guidance, tojrutUer with tliu absence of field repute an the part of Telegram, gave the old horse first place. and induced Us irieadi to give lrccly the lonj odds. At the Tattersall's meeting held at the Clarendon hotel on Monday night, the old horse wes all the rage, indued, so general was the feeling of liis success, that very little burincss was done; the extent being 3 or 4 bets of 30 to 5. and the novel wager of' a Bullock to a Sheep.' But although little was done in the room, a good few transactions had taken place out of doors, and a handsome sum (if the ready was de pendent on the victory of Van Troiup. Tuesday was a lovely May day, quite as warm and...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

NOTES A3Sm! MtlWE Cosoxeds' Iscce»t.— An inquest was held on Tuesday, VfwT. H.vrlands. &q_ the coronar, on the b--Jy of Thomas Vfard. A'J^istus Psiti-ell deposed ns fol'oirs: T a*n a lalx-iirer, resitting on th« Breiner, above the Tiires Mile Cic^k ; on Saiai-day last, a!msit eleven in the forjuoon, 1 was at wnrfcin the bush, near my own residence, when I saw deceised riding after horses ; he was riding very fast for a part of the trnc : onCJ tU= jnare nui'le a sudden £top, and I saw the deceased nc.xrly thrown ; de ceased then jrot oiTand trind to catch one of th-' hT«e3 neir hiin : he did not succeed in catehinT the horse, as it got mvav with the rest ; I iost si^bt of deceased. :md saw no more nfliiiD nutil mj- sister called me, and wpnn my ^??ing ti- her I found the deceased Iviti^ ou the ground his wlmlc len^tli, an parentlv very ranch hurt, anil quite insen Bible; IJifted him up and ctrrieil him into +-h- ]i--.i!S3 ; I cime to Ips-vich and in formed his stepmother of t...

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OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

OTAGO. Hv way of Melbourne, websvo news from Diiiiediii'to the 20th ultimo. AVe tak-; the folluxving from the Ol.-g-i Daily Times of the *-th. under the he:J of | ' Narrative of Current Events': — i From tlie g.ilA-iields. the most important intelligence is that which has ref-rtne.: to the new rash at the Tuaneka ltivcr. From tins place we Iiavi* news of die prospect of a p&i-i&nisnt winter diggings, there being a silentifiil supply of timl-cr within easy reiieh. Tin*, fears entertained respecting the presumed severity of the winter, are. we ntav mention, now tn a great extent clissi pntcd. Tise weather litely has been biaati :'.:L warm davs :md ci-ol evenings, but r.n ' frost, and fi:ie se.ttled weather without | violent nind«. The escort, which aiTivi;-; iu Dundciu on Thursday, brought down in r.W ~,'Mr, ozs. 4 dwts.. of which 4-*I2 oz*. -5 dvvts. : from Tuani-ka, 3±»x ozs. o-lwts. frjin WaiJa- j h:iha. an.l from AVaipori, C95 ozs. M dwts. 1 T5v way of Southland, w...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

IPSWICH JI0X1CIPAL COUNCIL. AVedxesuay, M^y 21. The weekly, meeting of the Ipswich Muni cipal Council was held vestcrday afternoon. Presentr^Ab 'Savqtr; Aldermen HKfatkins. dune. Olfaney, -Stanley, and Thompson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Town Clerk also read the overseer's weekly report, LKTTEBS. The May/ob read the following lcttor from Mr. Lockhart resiwcting the metalling of Brisbane-street. ' Ipswich. '? To the Eight Worshipful the Mayor and Aldermen. ' In answer to au advertisement, dated the 31st OctoW, ISM. calling fur tenders for the metalling and gravelling of Brisbane street, I put in an offer for the perfurniauc«; of tlie work, which was accepted ; cud as I had performed same of the woik before signing the contract, and no mention having been made of the breadth of tlie road in the advertisciuont, I gave in my offer on (he understanding that I was to metal and gravel the road as it was tabled out. I am quite surprised at the attempt ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

NEW ZEALAND. We have Auckland papers to the 3rd in stant. The Aftp Zealawitr of that date says :— | We have been favoured with the following j extract of a letter from a gentleman who waft present at Kanhia the other day. wh-:n | the king nag was hauled down. *\Ve arc assured that the imitation of funeral olisr- i quies which accompanied the event is the. most satisfactory evidence tiiat the natives were sincere, and that the act was final : ? *? A procession of about fifty males (ehicflv bovs and young men) and fifty womsn and girls of die Fatupo and king people of Aotva marched across rhc Jbav JiaiLjBSfcJ eeedea to aoop^tt-1i^; wklSl'f^un^ ' tlie king's flag, which was tiien lowered to half-mast high, and they then returned. Xgatibikairo then assembled on tbc same hill. Their women, after Tittering their usual lamentations over a dead bodv, at the fuotof the king's flag, suddenly started up, as in a fright, and ran away' to some dis tance from the flag. The males of this tribe, ab...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN RACES. ENTRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 22 May 1862

THE XORTH AUSTRALIAN RACES. EXTBASCES. Is pursuance of advertisement, tlio eni trances for the North Australian Races, were declared at the Criterion Hotel last evening. In consequence of the large number of en tries the declaration was not made until fully aa hour after the time announced, and on the room being opened it was soon densely crowded. Tlie hon. Secretary then read the following entries : — First Day, June 3. First Race.— Maiden Plate.-^Mr. W. Kent's jnu/.bj Jibboom, 5 years, black; Mr. H. M*Dennntt's b h Eucalyptus. 4 years, gr-:eii and blue cap ; Mr. VT.' Davidson's c g Play Boy, 3 years, pink and white ; Mr. j. Haiirau's b g Talisman ; Mr. H. Ford's b g Jaspar. 4 years, black jacket and white cap ; Mr. T. D. Seymour's b g Manfred, 4 rmrs, white jacket white hoops, and red cap ; Mr. J. Clime's b g Jim Crack, 4 years, grueu jacket and cap; Mr. H. M. Geary's b g (ramester. A y«jrs. blue and black ; Mr. A. Wienholt's b h Telegram, 4 years, black and white stripe and black...

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THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

THEDOWKTS. CFrom the Toottoomla Chronicle.) OuB Kaces. — At a meeting of the stewards of the Darling Downs lUces. held at Sir. Hole's, Hoyal Exchange Hotel, «n Tliurs dav evening last, it was decided to allow Messrs, Shipman and Beit th-i use ofthe course for a period -f five years, provided tbcv enclose it tntk a substantial lence. w -????-. ??.. i -i ii —i. 1 1 .. 1 1 i ill I...- i i.i work energetically to make die course in racing order by the time specified for die races. Mr. Lloyd made applieation, by petition, to the Bench on Monday last, seeking a re mission of the wutciK-c lately passed on Mr. Witham for an assank. The Aweals. — A Court of lU'vision was held before the Police Magistrate uu SIou dar hist, for the piapose of revising the municipal assessment for die coining year. There were not more than 30 appeals sent in out of about 550 notices, the most of which amounts were confirmed. The fol lowing alterations, however, were made : —Joseph Eilev, from £40 to £30 ; Matth...

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