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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

KOISS ^AJSrx? jMiJ\VS. I.E'.-rcsEON Xi:w Zi:-1!.axi-.— Vfc? would cill *.'-:.: asii'iij';n n:' oi;r readers to tLe adve:t:s :!.-.!:t v.iiieh ii;i:--.::irs iii -'.ii'jther column a:i u;i;':!-.?v;4 i'ant _Slr. Dixe.je's I:i*ure on New ?lvitliir.d.' li.ii' i)«-n iwistpunrd liiom Tuesdav next tiii Thur.=3.-.j- the *-rb insiant. ? ' Ulaxe 1'i'iAUE C£!tTincAT». — As an iii^iiinee i-f ihe vaine sttscbed in Se'rtland to tli* qxjveranie'il passage certificates, and the dt^ire exsittinof tliere to emigrate to tai j colony we ^ive tiie following fact oa t!ie auiiiorfty of a weU knovr resident in Ipswich. The gentleman, v.-c refer to, had *rfu%.a.-ioii ro remit jiiaJiey to a relation n.-fiiu'njr in oiifl of tlw prinui^sl towns in Seotliiml, nn4 tiiu eo by means of bLrak pas sage ccitilkates accompanieil by an adrer tismc.a anr.ouncing that they »'ere for sale. tia i!u:ir receipt the advertisnient was inserted in the two lending joun-^Js of Uie dUlrict, and the same day the whole were disposed o...

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WARWICK. Monday. April 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

WABAV1CK. (from the GaardiatSx Correspondent.) Mondav, April 25. Mr. Meljean arrived in Warwick on Saturday, and addressffd the electors tlie *:um: evening. The meeting was held at linitewi's K-jiel. ami ia s.iite «t the vcry s'j.T.t n«tiiv jrhva. nearly all the innuential c!ei:t»:-£ uf -jvurv |Kirtv in tUe tow-'ii were prosoiit. After'- ou fiitj^e iiiecitKir Itaj Fred-:rit-k rludsojs. 'Vna s«c»nidcd ybv A Tlioraa- 3K-K\»iy, d.-dariiijT the confid-inre j «f the meeting in Mr. MeLi:3n, :ir.dwtlicir ? tlutenuiuation to support him. The rcso lation was received with enthusiasm, and car.ied 'utanitnuuslv.

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THE AUSTRALIAN" EXPLORING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

THE AUSTRALIAN* EXTLOKIKG ? EXPEDITION. Mr. Childers [Feb. IS] rose to call the attention of thu House to the sui-ccssfiil crossing «f tiie Australian continent by tbe expedition under the charge of Mr. Burke. The lion, meuilwr said that, although con siderable sums of money had at various times liten voted by that House to be expended npon esploring expeditions, and had been ! supplemented by colonial votes and sub- ] scrifrtioiis, yet the «ipeuition under the JiadiaslWIUiLSlr^Burke w»i= Mm fin* «nicn 1 colonv which was cntirciv separated fiim the rwuntrj- which was t.-'be explored. In fact, tbecxpedition had to pass through three other colonies before it reached the territory which was to lia cxpiurcd. It would not be come him to fmcak at creat length of the circumstances which attended the prosecu tion of the expedition. It -was -well-known that it ended in the lamentable deaths of uianv of the explorers, hut that the great objects which were sought by it were en tirely obtained....

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SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY. INSOLVENCY JUREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

SUPEESIE COUKT.— Mokdav. ISEOLVENCV JuRt£OICl'ION. Befoee hi* Honor Mr. Justice Lutvf yclie as Chief Conunissiiiner. In the Insolvent estate of Sidney Htitton, a third meeting was held. The insolvent was in attendance. Three debts were proved, viz.: — Thomas James Clare, for £27 15e. Sd. ; J.ihicb Collins, for £11 l&s. 2&- ; and Bobert Cribb. for £3fi7 4s. 7d.. of wlucU £Sls. was allowed as preferential claim, the remainder ad a concurrent claim. The Official Assignee then read this report. The insolvent was allowed to retain his tools, furniture, and wearing apparel. The Official Assignee was directed to realise all other assets is the estate. The meeting then closed. i In die insolvent estate of Joseph Ncmerli, a second meeting was held. Three debts were proved, viz. — Patrick Fleming, £24; Harris and Co, Warwick, £5 «s. 2d. ; Fnsdk. Ludwtg Fullknig. £10 0s. Id. The meeting then tiloscd- and the tliird meeting was uxed tor ?B3»o™4«-^Ee «r* *«!?--- ?? ~ ? ' In the i...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. THE A[?]RESS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

HOUSE OF COMMONS. TJIK APH1IOS. Her Majesty's speech bavinc been read from th chair |T.'h. Ci, Mr. VAi. Porttnan m-nvJ the Address in atsnvr to it. As in the H-.mse uf Ljri=, the nsiiiii course was slightly deparrcd fn«u by the introduction iut.- the Address of a cunple of paragraphs Ciiire^siii^ «»ndjlence wit!i her 3I.-ijestv on her recent bereavement. Jtotli Mr. Portman's sjxivch and that of Mr. Western Wood, who seconded thi Address, were ocenpied to a large extent with eulogistic comments on the life a^d character of the late Prince Consort. The same topic was treated with every artifice of rhetoric hy Mr. Disraeli, whose elaborate p.ine£yric«.f tbe Prince has been compared to some of the most suc cessful efforts of Burke and Sheridan. Mr. Disraoli expressed his nnslial.cn cunvirtiott that the policy of a strict neuUality ado]-ted by Government in the American dissension was., founded in wisdom, and bad been sin cerely adopted and sincerely carried out by them. In a recent affa...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

. , land -SAiaa.' ;--.?? : ' - k ? Afaij! of «ountrv lands, sitnatca in tlie county of Swifeyl in de irfcinity of Jtie Pine and SoutSi Pine Bfcrers,(iraB hddatlhe Police Conrt, Brisbane, yestoday morning. The folJon-uig wore Hie only Jots -duinosed ,-i. Nv-ue of tbu Uad-s sold reiUiscd more : ti»in the ui'-i-t piiei.. viz. — £1 p...- acre. 1«L iacc lioxto. 1'iuduuL Price. £ r. A. 5 69 0 Archibald M'Keiio 69 0 0 6 ffi O William IVUigmr- 1) O 0 a S3 3 John U-liienun ? 63 IS D U TL 0 Jm« Porpiiima ._ II O 0 St 1M 0 William Comer ? JOi O O 32 145 © 55anie -...............— 145 0 0 » »» » {'saLS^i!:} »» ? ? 35 71 0 Same ? 71 0 O 36 U O Cbarlo Uonoux ? II » Hi tot 1 was withdrawn from sale. — Cuitner.

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ENGLISH SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

ENGLISH SPOBTIKG. Jakes Mice asti TuoitAS Krsa for £200 in Surry, about 30 miles from London. It is unquestionable that tiie present straggle for tbe highest pugilistic honour created 'greater interest among tbe patrons of the ring than any similar event since tiie meet ing between Tom Savers and John Heenan, on die Hth of April, 1860. The toss for choice of corners was won by the champion, though the ground was level and 00 sun (indeed, it rained uncommonly fast) there was no point gained. Mace bad for his seconds John Hicks and Bob Trovers, Bos Tyler and Jobs H'Donald doing tbe needful for Tom, so that it would have been impos sible for him to have bad better advice in the corner. Tbe odds were still 2 to 1 on Mace, taken freely round tiie ring. The finishing touch to the men was soon given by their seconds, they were conducted to the scratch, and left to begin die contest. It was an anxious moment for their friends when, stood opposed, and there was sudd^ S? *° lifeSgmtorest hash...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

ENGLISH MISCELLANEOUS. IFrnm th? £Wt.-i P,inrr* 1 A KCiiocB. it is asserted, was in circulation, TOtli*Vft,?aite-a8PM««ifc('aiJ-ni*6B6iii56tt- tcmplatfjl no less serious a step than tbe aMication of the throne of the L'uitaa Kingdom, to winch it was anticipated that the l*rinL'e of Wales would succeed, iu the course of another year. The journals have Utc.lv published the ! text of the treaty concluded between the j Queen and the Uran.1 Duke of Hesse for the 1 marriasn of the Princess Alice with the . Princ -^Frederick William Louis Charles of Hesse.. By this treaty the appanage t»f the pri'ie'! is fi'xeil at *-.'.'?*? florins per annum, and her Majestv engages to give her royal daust'.er a marriage portion of £-f.).OOl-, and to secure tn her tfie annual sum of £6uG0. which is to iw appropriated to her ssparate me. Tiie Grand Duke of Hesse engages to j secure, to her royal highness in tbe event of I the death of Iti.* son. a jointure, together with a residence at l»arnistadt, and the...

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NETHERLANDS INDIA. VOLCANIC ER[?] ON THE ISLAND OF MAKIAS: 320 LIVES LOST : 15 VILLAGES BUSIED. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

NETHERLANDS ISDIA. Voijcaxic Ehcm-ios ok tbb Island of Marias : S2o Lives ltist : 15 Viij_ages Busied. Bv way of Singapore ire have Eatavian papers to the 1st of March. The journals continue to be died -with ac counts of the heavy fall of rain, which imd been very general in Java and the neigh bouring islands, and which, besides injuring the crops, bad done much damage to roads, bridges, embankments, &c At Banyumaas the river began to rise rapidly, and it was feared that there would be a repetition of the disasters caused bvtlie inundations last year. Many of the natives have left their houses and Bed to the bichcr grounds. The rain, however, fortunately ceased, and the floods soon subsided. The following additional particulars re garding the volcanic eruption on tbe island of Makian, arc taken from the Java Covrant : — ' Two days prevjons to the eruption -the inhabitants* of Makian noticed that the mountain was, apparently, in motion, while they heard a frightful subterrane...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

IRELAND. (From the Home Sacs.} The Irish Court of Chancery was occupied on the 7th and 8th of February with the question which we lately said was pending relative to Mr. Smith O'Brien's estate. Tbe Lord Chancellor dismissed the petition of the trustees, set aside the trust deeds of 1848, and confirmed the deed of 1SCL by which the eldest son becomes possessed of the property, paying his father £2000 a year during his life, as well as charges for the support of tlie vounir rJrilrirpn Mr Smith O'Brien was cheered -jb leaving the court by a crowd assembled in the hall. The Lord Mayor of Dublin has been en tertaining the Lord-Lieutenant and other nobles in the King's Boom, at the Mansion house. In answer to the usual toast. Lord Carlisle, after referring with real pathos to the nation's and the Queen's loss, sad ex pressing his joy at the pacific solution of our American difficulty, went on to express eloquently Ids anxietv that ' in the shifting «A cb*nsta|r relmttrth* iriiSch muK al««...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

? ABD QtJEBSBLtKD nENBRAtr ASTZBHSEB, 18 published ^ TcassAT. Thcbsday, ana Hiranttt mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. TEEMB OP SCBFCBQTIOS. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Far Quarter, credit ? Ids. Single Number ? 64. The Quarters terminate on the Slst March. ..-. SOHi June, SOHi September, and 81st Deeem- Imz^ at jCFsicai xjetiods only feafi xsstgnatf on . WncdnL . SUrtbrnJaC ndipidl^ «m not lie attended to unless given in writing. Subscribers will be charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. TEB5CS OF ADVEBTISOiG. s. d, Tiro lines, or under a quarter of an ? inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch ? 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TEEMS OF PISCOGKT. C Consecntive Insertions ? 10 M cent, 18 „ ? 15 „ 26 .. ? 25 „ The number of insertions must bo written »n the face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until c...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Sir— Having noticed a rigmarole in the Queensland Times on sheep and stations, No. VI., signed Combo, I hope you will allow me to make a few remarks on this celebrated model of a sheep station manager or owner, but I rather doubt the latter, as there is too much of our late Masters' and Servants' Act mixed up throughout Combo's general ob- servations for him to be an extensive sheep proprietor, otherwise he would not write in that crawling strain. He speaks of the ob- jection professional men have in Sydney to making squatters of their sons; but when we take into consideration the difficulties and uncertainties some of the colonists have had to encounter, surely the occupation of a squatter would not be too unintellectual for their "sons". Combo K'what wo capital , what would he do if not for "Supers," "overseers" &c. As regards the management of sheep I will not take the trouble to write on the present occasion ; but his very remarks on this subject pro...

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CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

CORONER'S INQUEST . A CORONER'S inquest was held on tbe after noon of Tuesdav Last. at the Cottage of Content Inn, East-street, before Dr. Rowiands,     coroner, on the body of James Bowland. a lad of about ten years of age who had died somewhat suddenly that morning. Michael Grogan deposed as follows : — I am a carrier; the deceased. James Bowland, was my     ward : I had entered into an engagement with his father to clothe him and look after him for seven years ; he was in good health until Thursday, when be complained a little ; on Friday afternoon he was a little hoarse ; the hoarseness continued up till yesterday morning, when he began to cough ; last night his breathing became noisy. he having got worse during my absence through the day ; through the night   and especially towards morning his breathing became very difficult ; as soon as I got   my bullocks yoked up I brought him into town ; I arrived...

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EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. Yesterday about four hundred emigrants —   men. women, and children — embarked on board the Erin Go Bragh one of the Black Ball Line of Australian packets for Queensland, Australia. They were principally   from Tullamore and its vicinitv, in the King's (County ?) , and were accompanied by the Rev P D Dunn , a Catholic clergyman who has already resided seven or eight years in the Australian colonies, two or three of which he spent in Queensland. This gentleman is going out expressly with the   emigrants in order to look after them on the way, and to assist them in getting employment as soon after their arrival as possible.     The party, in fact, was made up by his exertions     altogether. On visiting his native   place , after his return from Australia . he could not help contrasting the wretched and   almost hopeless condition of the poor s...

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

SHIPPING     ------------     DEPARTURE. April 28. — Don Juan, schooner. 130 tons, Captain Arnold, for Sydney — passengers nil CLEARANCES April 2S.— Teleigraph. steamer. 700 tons. Captain O'Reilly for Sydney ---Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mr-. Jt.nes Hook   Mrs. E. M Geary, Captain Sadlier, Messrs. Cowper , F W Platt, Lenehan, Lawson and   15 in steerage.   April 2-.— Clarence, steamer, 300 tons,   Captain Co??ier. for the Northern ports.   Passengers--- (Fo Rockhampton) Miss   Bryant, Mrs Robinson, Messrs Byerley, Westley, Clockerell , McKelliget, Robinson. J. Murphy, Macartney. (For Maryborough) ---- Mr. Southerden and Master Walsh. EXPORTS. Don Jaan: C bales wovl, 401 hides. 91 ; Logheads talW. R- Town* »n:l Co. ; 10 j t-iia'ss tallow, 118 hidjs, T. B. Stephens. Telegraph Htrim ;r : til baiis ivonl, 1 ban- ] dls skills. G. H- AVife.ni; 30 b.-i!«:s ...

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BRISBANE. Friday Morning [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

~i=rea.TisttTa a -yjTP. fpEOM OL'C OiTST CO3BESTOXDEST.) Friojiv Jlomins PAEU.MiESTAr.v bufiiisss this wteU is na turally not very overwhelming. The Lords yesterday very wisely adjourned for a fort c;L:lit and. I should thiak. to Print's relief, who really looks as miserable as a bandi coot iu his-uew qtiarters. Certainly there is something; very depressing and chilling in that dreadful Legislative Council. A dim sepulchural light pervades the chamber, and the small number of starched and de corous nominees present just serve to make the vacancy and emptiness of the House visible. Tiie members when they rise to address the House speak in subdued voices, and are listened to with becomiug solem nity. Such a thins as au attempt at the faintest semblance of a joke has, 1 believe, never Iwen known within the nieinury of the oldest sitter within die walls of tlie cham ber, ami I verily believe that if any member tried r-- p*:r]ietnttc anything of tlie kind in a form sufficiently obvious f...

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THURSDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

TncKSDAT, May 1. The SPEAKER took the chair at twenty minutes past three, and read prayers. QUESTION. Mr. O'SCLLIYAN asked— The hon. die Colonial Treasurer if the sum of £3^0, which was placed on the addi tional estimates for 1861, for the 'compila- tion of Colonial Acts.' lias been paid out of the Treasure ? If so. to whom, and if the work has been performed for which the inonev was granted. The COLONIAL TBEASUBEB said that the money had been paid out of the Trea sury to the Attorney -General, who had per formed the work. MINISTERIAL EXPLAN ATION. The COLONIAL SECRETARY ex plained the cause of the absence of the bon. the Attornev-GeneraL PORTS AND HARBORS REGULATION BILL. The COLONIAL TREASURER moved for leave to introduce a bill for die better management of the ports and harbors of Queensland, and for the better regulation of shipping, and to constitute a board, to be called the Marine Board of Queensland. Leave was granted, and die bill was read a first' time. RETUBN OF RUXS. Mr....

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY APRIL 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

QUEENSLAND PAELIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. V EDKESDAY, ArBU. 30TU. Tlie SPF-AKES took the chair at twenty minutes past two. PHESEVTATIOK OF THE ADDBESS. Tlie COIjONIAI. SECKETAKV moved that the Speaker, with tlie members present, proceed to ( Jovernuieiit House, to present the ?Un« *-. lilit Biccllcncv oduptcd jrestcniay. «hc raodon having l^un sseonded. was -carried, and tlie members then proceeded to (?ovcniuieut House to present Che address. The house, 'having met again, at uall-past three, Tiie SPEAKER reported Hot the address bad been presented, and graciously received bv his Excellency. 'DUEDUB FOB BBIPBANE RIVER. Mr. BLAIOSXEY asked tho Minister for Jjands and Winrks — ' Whether the contract entered intn for a dredge, for the Brisbane river, specified (he period at which same was to be completed ; if so, when did it expire ; andwasthcre any and what penalty inserted in the contract in case of itenon-completinnatthe specified time; aUo if there has been any and what sum of m...

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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

ttAStOESlSG CAIJESfDAE FOB MAY. Fb«t aki- Kitches (tahbek.— lAok over bananas^ pine apples, orangtss, and other fruit frequently, tad gather it as it Decorous rife. liirth up celery aud attend to keeping np a succession ft j-e.w, l-iaas. tiimijjs. ! carrots and a sujriTy of sr.L-ulinj;. Traus plant stra.ThefT'e».* iirtiflii-kps, onions, &c. The cuttinp and drving «-f harts, as thisy are ready. sUn:ild !-?- jittenfVv. to. --u over the stocks of trees which were budded iu M»rc!», and \cx all til's liav-dssres be lo'-son. d. ! FliOWEB tJiSOES a;-'O l*Fe-rBBEKIE-. — Anj' of the shr.ibb.:rj- horde: s which mr.y rsqaire adrassbig r.ff.-csh soil ami inmur.1. should be attend ;.i to. Plant lyacinths and sueJi like buite;. . Field. — Ont? mi barley mny still bi- sov-n and ths gith.iKng of cott 'm jiodsj^e attended to.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 May 1862

MELBOUHKE. 'cdnesdav. 4 p.m. The printer and publisher of the Art/vt, Mr. Dill, was yesterday brought up to tun liar of the House, and, on his refilling tn apologise, lie was ordered to be kept in die custody of the sergeant-at-anns for one jnonthT Mr. DUL we understand, intends to move for a writ eSlmbeot corpu*. Thursday. 4 p.m. The application of Kr. Dili s counsel for a -nrrit tttlnbean cerpta has been granted iiy the Supreme Court, and it is returnahle on Saturday next. It seems inevitable that a collision between the Supreme! Court and the tiegislative Asuemhly will arise out of this attack upon the Aogm.

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