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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

LESISLAT1\TB ASSEMBLY. TittrcK-M, May 22. The SPEAKEff tookthethair at a,.ojunr tcr-past three o'clock. * - JIAEIXE BOAfiO BILL, t This hill was, read a third tiniB jo»d passed. ? .'. * ' Fl^ABfjCIAt. KrATEMENT..* ? Tbc %eakerbjviiig left the chair, ano-tho House lutvliur «en--U'ad itsclX into a ccnunit tee of Ways nnd Mcanc, ? Tiic OOLO!»L«j;Xia5ABOBEB6aidtiiat the anticipations of prosperity .'which lie had expressed oathewwasiou. of hfe first budget at tuo commencement of lS60iind beeumora than reajisod. Within this '-pace of two. yo«rs, all boost nopold^eW had been disco vered, we hiid'saectoded in Attracting popn Utton to oar'Bbores. to a gt eater cxtentrXhatt any of lite Australian wilonics, and, indeed, oiitU, very /ecenflyv the bulk ojt Inunicra tion bad been mainly ;Croin:'lfcostf «ol(ftnioBc Ar6lti4^'#n«SW»**M!reaie:«iirl3r be )»nced Ui - consideration of -«r wvenuc. OufpopiiliStSiS'35tItebeiii1»r.«W9;waE 3fi,03e.t,*t Docembcr 31«t, 186% it was ^,^tr%bowiag an increase of ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

TUJ3S-isiiffl^kvis'*fjof!l!ciii. ^s (Abridged from the Courier) Trvrsiuv, Mav 22. Tljc Phe-iiiEst took the chair at ten tnin atcspast three. DESPATCH. Tl(e ATTOUVEV-UEN'EBAL laid on the table a despatch frum tlie Duke of Xcw cartlc relative to the property, &c of tlie mival service, which was ordered to be printed. RETOHT FRtlM TUli BOABD OF tiEXEKAI. EDCUATMIS. The PKESIUENT eaid the Clerk liaa Uid before hha a icrtur encJosjnj a document, ]-urnorting to lie an annual report from the Board of (ieneral ndunition, and signed bya IKu-soit representing liimseif to be the e-ecrc- tary. As this ivas a most unusual course, he tho'ugh it desirable to test tbc feelings of the Housu before tuk-jig any official cognizance of the matter. Dr. UOBBS had himself deposited with tlie Oleric the report of the General £dnc=i tior. RoarA and he was surprised to find I that tlip Clerk had net olrcadv Jaii it on I tiie table. ! The PRESIDENT explained that the Clerk had handed the letter and enc...

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BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

KBJBBA£T£. . _v - ' -''? ??y'-4.tinimi&&*iiii&f-- *'*?''?. Assbce of -S3SE-^-^,Moi»aay last, Supreme Court, ihe^Ei-iff yre*afeS to hi? onor Mr. Justice Lutwyche a pair of white kid gloves, as the customary offering to that functionary on die occurrence of a maiden assize. The fact of such a presentation being made iu the capital of die colony, and after aa interval of three months from die holding of die hist criminal sessions, is as gratifvimT as it is unusual in die annals of colonial histoiy. South Brasbisr Mec-bakics' Isetitdte. — We understand that die Letters Patent, incorporating die above-named institution under die act of last session, were yesterday received by die President, Mr. A. J. Hock ings. If xn: mistake not, tins is die first instance of an incorporation under die act which has yet token place. SroKTlXG PiozE. — A verv handsome cup is now on view at the establishment of Flavelle Brothers, «f Qnecn-«rcet, of which Mr. W. lieut, Juiu «f Boeali...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

BILL TO AMEND THE ELECTO BAL LAW. The following are the original and altered clauses in the BUI now before the Assembly; the remainder of the 91 clauses arc extracted from the New SouUi Wales Electoral Act of 1858: — C. Every man of the age of twenty-one years being a natural bom or naturalised subject of Her Majesty who shall have ns -sidcil within die district for which he claims to vote far twelve months and who snail he able to read and write as required by this Act -and cgaintt irhom no tmtence of - ?impritoniHait shall , htwe been recorded since the rerition of tht roll latt Breading any election «r who shall 1« qualified under the nest eec&m Ehall if -duly registered be entitled to vote At the election of a member or members of die House of Assembly. 7. Every man of the full age of twenty ono years* being a natural born subject of Her Majesty or naturalized and having resided in Queensland lor one year before registration a« Mi elector under this Act wlio shall not be...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

Q1JEEHSL&HD t£fiJEO*tAK&HI. (Abridged from the Ceuritr.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. VrmxasEstux. BUT BL Tint Preddent entered the' Home mt ten minutes past three o'clock, sndread prayers. PAPEBS. The ATTOSNEY-GKNERAL laid on the table a return of all children on the books ot the Veatod Schools of tlie Board of General Education in North and South Brisbane, and Fortitude Valley, with the average attend ance, distinguishing males from females, during the month of March. 1SC2. On the motion of Mr. J. J. 13 AIJiOWAY, the return was ordered to be printed. QUESTION. ThoPKBSIDEKT statedthalWinggivcn careful consideration to tlie question stand ing in the name of Dr. Hobba. bo was of opinion that it was Against the stand ing orders of tho House, as it involved a mat ter of opinion, and might be calculated to provoke a discussion. Dr. HOBBS could not soe how a discus sion conld be avoided on almost any ques tion ; however, he merely wanted an ansn-ej to bis question, but if th'e At...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

3TBLBOUKXE. ' WcdneaUy ^rteraj-on. The I/egtsiatTFc .%ssemhly have lieen oc canyin;? their time is disenssiny 5fr. Dill's ca.se. the propriety of releasing that geurie man from custody bein^ the topic The Attorney .General fWr. Ireland) made a violent attack npon the press penerafly. ' ' Thursday Afternoon. Xbe pnblishcr- of the Atytu, Mr. Bill. w«s yesterday released frum ctutod--,onpaymuut uf tlie nsnaJ-frcs. Mr^-VVrt».-VniStc,th9jr^*npwiislMpi-lns Orcater firmness in * tiic 'flw^ mitrkct ii

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MELBOURNE. Monday, May 12th, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

SIELBOUHXE. Sfondav. Slay I2rh, 6 p.m. The following U the latest telegram pub lishwl :— ?' l'ort Jabal (Bed Pea). April 5. — London, April 2. — I^an paid yesterday, 105, exclu sive --f dividend. Consols art: depressed, ' T!ie ministerial crisiaat Turin continues. - Discounts in France three and a half. - Tim 3Iexican quarrel is settled, ??Tlia Crtiiftsderate retreat continues, lint tliL-v are expected to protect Richmond- v ?''The Fodoral artny has returned fcmi Mnn*Rs^-: disorganised. There is great iiritation against (general it'T^eUan. ?? The construction of a British iron Sect is ns'tatad.' Tiie It. H. S. Kortham sailed at S o'clock on SfLtur.i»y evening. The. markets have not been, changed materially bv tbc English nen-s. 'Wednesday, 14th May. 6 p Jn. Tlir Ijind Bill is proceeding through the Legislative doncil without amendnicat. At the wool sale tnJay 300 bales were disposed of at rates fully supporting pre vious prices. Geneva his changed hauda largely for Svdnev. Thnrsday....

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COLONIAL EMANCIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

COLONIAL EMANCIPATION'. i The following sensible article signed j ' Esmc,' which we extract from tlic s. N. Hrrald. is an honesr statement of the eon- I trovcrsy butwccn Mr. Goldw-i:i Smith and j the Time? on Colonial Emancipation : ? : j The controversy which has arisen between the Oxford Professor of Modem Historv and the Time*, on the subject of ' colonial emmi ctpatioa,' so c-.llel has clicitod nothing worthy of the leading journal, ar calculated tn enhance it? reputation, cither for political -'?insight or for arguinentativa power. But of cv:rso the leading journal is above these trivial considoratirtHS. Public opinion i* not properly led. much, less will \t seem to be led, by keeping too much iii advance ; and when so great a paper as (he Timct conde scends to answrcr a solitary ' thinker' like Mr. GoWtrin Sniitlu Professor of Historv thoii^h Ue be. it wonlil be altogether too mnch to c\pectthat the answer of 'the Timfjf ' shnuld be reasouable. Xav, how ever much Mr. Smith may...

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LACHLAN. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

LACHtAX, ? ' PnndaV. (From tie Sgiiiip;ibruuig IjcraltJ The IfonoraUe Mr. . Coirpor arrived here late last night. '? ? A Tuoetin^ Tra» Su'ld here yeaterday to ask . f»r tbe estabiisUment Df a' lossi Court of IVtty ScseionSi - - - ?? ' - ? ?

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WEST MAITLAND. Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

WEST HAITLAXIX Alonday, S p.m. Mr. Ijoder s race hurse Taiaivorth brote his leg to-4'y while (rulJujiitig. ;

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ARREST OF TWO AMERICAN: GENERALS FOR TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

ARREST OF TWO AMEEICAN i GENERALS P0R TREACHERY. The defeat and heavy loss of the Fede rals at Bali's Biuff was strongly sus pected at the time to be owing to the treachery of an oSeer high in command. We learn, by late American papers, that the suspected officer, General Stone, has been arrested. We copy the following particulars from the A'cw York Tri bune: — Washington, February 10, 1862. The following statement of tbe charges against General Stone ema nates from the War Department, copies of it having been famished to the dif ferent repnsentarires of the New York press. General Stone was arrested while in bed at 2 o'clock in the morn ing. Parties already form in the hotels and other places of military and civic resort. *' The Union-restoring. Sl3rerv-rsspsatinsr, Secession-exciisins class denounce the arrest as an outrage and a mistake. The earnest friends of the war and upholders of Secretary Stauton's new policy of action hail it as the date of an era of responsibility that ma...

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LAMBING FLAT. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

LAMUIXG -FIAT. Hondav. Tlie Honourable Mr. .CnirperIirrlro-l tiare ?oh IMday evening abont 7 o'clock. A djputation from a public mcetinir of tjic inhabitants waited upon IjBn wirli Tcfcrencc t» tUcwauteof-thi9.s«^-field, &c They had a jBflst pr»oioos, reception, and were, io evcrv particular, ssui^ed' widiH^e pro ^Btses wadaby the ll--a. Premier. Oh Saturday marniug, atdnyliffht. Jwleft thU place for the Lvhlan. and would pro bably reach Fortes that njglit. tjome annoy - axtoe is fclt at the shoi-tnass of his stay hftre. ^^ ' Tuesday, May 13^ -?J3«e BsrrmgoagCourux haviag con»i-lai nod of tt»e jxiuauet of the-magistrates, in os-dnd- »»'? -fl» J^mbs fran- tfk ,exajBii|ajti--n;in the Pulioc Court JoaJPriday l»st,.tl»p- Bmsistrate on tfcs Bench to-day ordered fl»c reporter not or.,«^^ijwnooiirk,i*cnii»g Ijim that nnta a 'puMie-»i».-Jojy ia offered liy.'.the rrea:, Iks wqqZ^J nut ^ji) g3''jtfff*l ^A T^p*11^ ^ST^11- 'Tiiis and al5£^«p^pt\b,ine^n'3'.*n tliis^iil'ioct h^s ieco-»nno...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

IPSWICH POLICE OOUET. Thcbsdav, Hay 22:.- ? Thkbe -was no business before £he Court thismaming. . Feiday. Mat S3. Pefore F. North and H. JL Cockburn, Esqs. Jkagjuagc *«* fined 6. toqi me, aJt^Foaaic orffTUoursin thocells. ? . ?? ;? : A^iri parkc* and John ^irken pleaded oot guilty to an indictment chir^tng them ?wifli 'hating on the morning of tbc 22nd inst. stolen frdm Patrick Bowling a number of henf and ducks. . ' Sir. Cplliss appeared for Aitkens. Sergeant Carson eworn. I ara a. membor of the Palice force ; on |the 22ad instant I received a gearch warrant, and. by virtue of it I searched Ann l-arker^ house, and found some feathers and in a pot near the lire a jjortof «4me-lbnrls: I took her into OTStody .-.nd explained dio charge; In reply slits stated, die prisoner Aitken brought diem to her the night beEaro, and Add her to cool them nest day jib .'-lie 4Uid his wife were coming to dinner with her.. She further staled that she asked him where he got the fowls from, and be re pl...

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ORANGE. Monday, 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

'''?? OBAXUE. ?-'-?' :?:.-' '': Mona»v,3;S0p.m.y The ^oaoraWe Mr. Coivper arrirtd here this mom in y. He».x5-ccts~tobcinJ3atUunit ta-ni^ht^andUudgceto-aiorron-. ?'-''? v

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

KOIE8 AND XiTJ^WS . Cakxes ok Vkite.— In a paper in 'Once a Week' on the subject of 'Cartes dc Ylsitr.' we read: — 'Some special circumstance or action raises tlie value of these jiorrraits; for iutjance, the )i]uek displayed by the Queen, of Naples icsidted in a sale of 20,000 of heriHtrtraits; and Miss Jolly was only a month ago the rage in Ireland. The sud den dcntli of a great man, as vc have before said, is immediately made known to the tvh--le*alc carte dt tinU liouses by an Influx of orders, by telegraph. There was a report the other nay that Lord Palmerston was dead, and bis earie dt vuiU was immediately incnuroious request; and Ix-rd Hcrl-ertto this day sells as well as any living «v?eVUy. Literary men tiavesc-mstaat sole; D'.-tcn-;. Thackeray, and Trollope are lion, ai fur aTcrv rfbunw r.ftaojitific infa, a£ain, seU well-. Jrnt the»trl(aa «r operatic .cdtJvlfci« have a iTOlTTor » shwt time. tuvhigTto soio' successful' Iperfbrniaoce. ajd ibea ore n-it sought for- iaorc.. : ...

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NEWCASTLE. Wednesday, 14th May, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

KEWCASTTE. AVednesday, 14tli M*v, -'- PJn. Tlie case of the Australian Agricultural Comjiany v. W. Wond.-rsaad W. Eic!ia.-dsi-n was tri-«l to-day. ttichardson's was tried firet- Tlie counsel for the .-defendants con tended r!«t the plaintiff, Mr. TJ2re pettier, had not s!i'»vn Ijis authority as ngctit f.-r the 'd*!Bi«ny, ' The «bjcrtinn Vas Itdd f;ital, and die case was dismissud with costs. The cue against \V\ Wonders «yas also dis aiissed with costs, there n J* being tiifdciect evidence as to the time of taking {tossessioi* of tiifi,jiroai}ses.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

SHIPPING. ABKIVALS. Mat 52.— Toli-gr^b, (s.}, 7»- tori*; Cat-tain* O'Euiily, iriun Sydney thB 19ta- -'»st«HV Passengers — Sir. aai Sirs. l». EwUink, cbiiu ana ftsraaL Mr. and Mr*. A. Xo.-ton, 3lr. anil M.-s. WiUiswisoa, Mrs. ^cs.'iSSs. 3. O'Biilly, Miw .Miles, Sfws AVSEIes, Miss-. - Peate, 3lU= Job.-won. Miss RoViatAv Miss l'oliard. Miss Sheitta, O-imuiodarc Seymour. C-B, C*i-ctin Siie»6e. jl ister ilil«, Jicjs.s. B. V. IVirisi, KA\, A. Tooth, C. Porb*=, W. KteteTiio. Ilaaks. A. H. Shea3e, W. Archer. BI.MmfieM. Kinrsmili, Hopkins, L. 3Iort, W.MHcaf-e. E. It Poflwd. J. LItdj, Let'icn. anil lb in the steerage. - , May-1&-^Pianyl Schooner, 9? tons, Cajw | tain &nith £o«i iv.Muev. Pas-seniiers — 5Ie*ws. BaEuek anJ TnUy\ J. and G. liurts, ag- nts. ' DErARXUBE. iliy 21. — Sumi.in, sijimcr, Crntjlu Kti^afc. for Mwylmo-igh and ( }« v:iUh. X*y 2!.-rft'oaeer. s?h;-!-ii-:r, -** tois. CnJ^siu-Brifrtfs. for tlw Uich:uoud Eive;-. — Pa-M-;u:jei-s — nil. ' | :*Iay 22.— Australia, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

-H7EEKSIAXD GSKEKii ABTSBXI8ER, IS published1 on ToEsoir, Thcbsbat. «ud Sitccdit mornings, aad forwarded to Country Subscriber* by the earliest mails. TEEHS OF SGaG&XXrTfXES - Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. 3Per Quarter, credit ? ? . 10s. Single Number .. ? «d. Tho Quarters terminate -m flie Slst March. 38th June, 36th September, and 31st Decem ber, at which periods onlr out resignation „ . be received. Notices of' resignation will ?;, iiiintiBlSi^BSffittSl ^^?ss^sss^^sss^MNgggMBf^MHi******^**^^' a. a. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch ? 3 0 Six lines, «r under three-quartere of ssineh ? 2 6 'Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under anineb. ? - ? I 0 TEEMS OF piSCOCST. « Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^ cent. 13 „ ? 15 „ 26 .. , ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written un the FiCE of each Advertisement, or it nil bo continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Noa...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

3f^a.XJ33T IMTEIilQEN'CE Ftom tie. Courier. SYPXEV. Wednesdav, 5 p.m. Xirws his arrived of tlie discovery at Braid ... .J.-tf aatisrtjct. weighing one liandrcdand iS.-y oynCi.-s. p. ?.[-?- of :!-e men attached to Gardner's gang -tf highwaymen Uivft been captured. TUnrsday. S p.m. Arrangements havo been effected for Riv ing a lnncbcon to the various corps of Vo lunteers on the Queen' s birtfadav. Ths Qac^n of En^Iaad, the vessel stranded at Xcvcastle, wa3 yestenlay raised three fcet aft. and was expected to float off to-day. Mr. Eisiroi-tft reports that at Ill's sale to day, purchasers were unwilling to operate in tv on}; that sheepskins were decidediy lo-vrcr in price; and that the supply t-f tallou was limited. Messrs. W-Dciu and Co. sold, toJay, tlie fivv yt^trs' leasL^s of a nnmber of Treated aind forfeited runs ia diHV.rcnt districts. Forty, sis of them were' sold atsn average of £133 jscr annsui, the average upset being 147.

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 May 1862

tht ,.|jfort(j ?' Australian. rsiricii. ssTfiahA \: ha v a. ih. Sjme .jreara ago a sniall bout, entitled, ! ' Hob- to lire wjthin your Means, How j cal sagga^tl.ms on ifiiMiey and its uses,'* w:l3 'in' great' '' repute iu Great Britain and -Vnicrita. Steady fathers w*io had fast sons, an-j thrifty masters who had linjvtivideut clerks or appren tices, sji-ka loud in its praise, declaring it- y-agiis to be worthy of tli2 constant st^idy of those who were imbued witd esiruvagaul rmtiqns, as well of ill those wli) deaireJ to become prosperous and i roS;-eeleiJ. ' j . Late procuring:, anil stilluiore recent ! diselosaros aueat tne manner in which j }i.iblic aL-eounts have been kept, and j e»tinis*?s of cTp^nditTire a-l!iered to, j h iive tHssJiuiuated grave doubts among j the public, as to vhttiier the practice o' t'js 'nugiaaar ii estimating s. bridge atiiss tiisn s. lUinl of its cot-t is not an averaije suaplc of departmental fore t!i«Agiit iu dealing \ritli public expendi ture. AVe ar...

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