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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

EOCKHAMPTON. The following extracts are from the Bulletin to die 17th instant :— Qcaetz-Gold Xvgget?. — Duiingthe week tw« nuggets, both containing quartz, with a small quantity of sbotty gold, have been brought to our office for inspection. The nuggets are both from tbe Peak Downs, and weigh respectively about It ozs. and 1 oz. The largest is in the possessum of Mr. de Satir£, of Peak Downs, and has a beautiful appearance. The smaller one. together with the loose gold, was shown us by Mr. Wor niald. A parcel of 13 --»., procured at tbc some place, sod of wbich mention was made in a previous issue, alsu contained a small admixture of quartz. From the appearance of this gold there is evidently tt considerable quantity in die same locslitv. When Mr. de ESatgC loft Peak Downs, on' the SOtb ulL. tlio opjratloaa of act digger*, consisting nf Kelson** party of four and eiriit or nine others.. .JEijjR i^I^m ffiria^rTff'T^'fe'' tonu^efeetfrom^rnesur&ccTMrTdeeSg* states tiiat the wat...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

GLADSTONE. Onr Gladstone inh»Ji:g»^r«. ;s to the ?»?»* instant. Onr would-be diggings still remain in ctalBOvo, or nearly so. No doubt, were it not for the comparative sparseness of the population, the whole of the Calliope ranges would have been fairly tested by this time, and we should have known ere this whether or not we could boast of a payable gold field. Its present inilrifiniteness and uncertainty is rather tantalising and provoking. A digger, who came into town on Sunday last, reports that it is paying him personally pretty well, end that be -thinks it is die best thing he can do for himself just now to continue in his present employment Tbis men left King's mine on purpose -to test the matter. He farther asserts that he has also found rilver. 'H* supposes, however, that the other diggers are not doing much, as they seem to be quite inexperienced at their - work. Last Tuesday a number of Glad stonites, indudingthe ?original gold-finders, started off in quest of the precious...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

WANTED, a first-rate MAN COOK, wages mr object. Apply to Mr. MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN, Family Hotel Bast-street, jDpjATgEED. a. GO OP JBSIBSSSwK 'm ANTED a. GEKEBAL SEEVANT. Apply to Mr. GIVEN, watchmaker, &t, Brisbane-street. WANTED, as UNDEEW AFTER, at once. Apply at the Clarendon Hotel. WANTED. * NITfiSE GEBL. Apply to A. P. LOTX). NOTICE MEDICAL HALL HAVING purchased die DEBTS due to the Medical Hall from N. BarUcy, Esq, I respectfully nsqnest that all persons will at once fay the amount of their accounts to me ; and I also caution them sot to pay the said accounts to any other person, as my receipt only will lie an acquitance for the same. WM. ABBAHAM. Ipswich, May 13. 1S62. BL WOBMAm ATJCTIOKEEB AKD VALUATOR. STOCK, STATION, AKii COMMISSION AGENT. HOSEE AKD CATTLE SALESMAN, OmCD— EiBT-OTEEET. BOCEBAWIOK, {Opposite Skardon's Hotel). HOBPE and CATTLE SALES every WEDNESDAY and S ATUSDAT, at U o'clock. Good Stabling, Stockyards. Well-watered NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. ? o ? TTTAS NOW...

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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

THE BEGATTA. The attendance at the Itegatta was vrry smaFI as compared with what it has becnxin previous occasions. Tlw sport, however, was first-rate, and. with the exception of one race, every match was sharply and manfullv contested. Tlic couimittcc deserve a deal of credit for having, on so short a notice, pro vided :the pleasure-seekers of Brisbane with so palatable a bill of fan'. The schooner Alma, which was kindly lent for the occa sion by Captain Blacklock, i? admirably adapted for a flagship. She was anchored in the stream between the new ferry and Kangaroo Point, aud was dressed out in a. very tasteful niunncr by her obliging cap tain, who certainly left nothing, undone that lay in his power to entertain his visitors. There were about seventy or eighty ladies and gentlemen oa board, all of whom ap peared to enjoy tliejnselves. Professor Smith's band -was also present, and its inspiriting strains materially added to the enjoyment of the day. The weather was ail that could ...

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THE NORTHERN PORTS. MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

?X'JTVJ NORTHERN- FOBTS. SL4HVBOa«-UGH. We have news from Maryborough, by the Clarence, to the 22nd instant. \\'c make the foiluwing extracts from the {Jhrtmiele : — The -Cosraissioir or the Pe&ce. — Observ- ing thnt the (Jovernmvnt have called on Mr. » arry to show cause why bis name should not be erased from the Commission ?of the Peace, we may be pardoned for re questing that they will adopt a similar course tojrarfs a magistrate of this town, who a few days ago adjudicated in several vases in onr Police Court while in a. state of intoxication ! The Government have often screened tbis gentleman when informed of liis private excesses, but we can scarcely believe that even they will permit judg ments to be belched, forth bv a magistrate while 'drunk and incapable/* In the Municipal Council, Alderman Purser asked the Mayor if he had heard tbc report that he (tlie Slayer) had tampered with the town dock in tbe Court-licuse, prior to tbe meeting of electors on Monday last. The...

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RACES AT SOUTH BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

RACES AT SOtTTH BRISBANE. The races advertised to take place at Smith Brisbane on Saturday last, tbe Queen's . Birthday, came off accordingly, and proved very successful. A large number of spec tators assembled to witness the sport, and all appeared pleased and satisfied with tbe manner in which the Stewards conducted tbe whole affair. No acciilents happened to mar the day's pleasure, and the races were all well contested. Mr. W. W. Green offi ciated as Judg-% and Mr. J. O'Bourkc as starter. The stewards were — Mcpet*. A. Frazer, W, Benn, and J. Barr : Treasurer, Mr. Kiusela: Srtsretary, Mr. D. Donivan. Tbe result of the racing was as fol Maides Fi-irE. for horses, earrring 3 St. Tibs. Jlr. Grajtcr«bgnAndj-{Cm»dl- _ _ 1 1 'JttktreUV Lte Black Jack _ 2 2 . Kolan-s brerhickai _ _ _ 4 3 Page's bg Scamp _ ._ _ 3 * Tows Plato, for horns earning 10 st air. Graier'eEic Sprightly (Grenier) ' _ J I icolan b m Onnlnippcr (Grabam) - 4 S SlecilUtcr't c e Ooonlafcil _ _ 3 2 OrretsSinbad_ _ „ _ S...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 24th. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

IPSWICH POUCE COUBt. Katubdat. Mat 24tb. There was 00 business before tbe Oart tillS- WODlStltg

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MATCH BETWEEN" TELEGRAM AND THE OLD GENTLEMAN FOR £25 A SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

MATCH BETWEEN* T&LEGB.4.M AXD THE OLD GEXXLEMAS FOE £25 A-SIDE. The articles for this match, which came off yesterday, were made in February last. The distance was tvu- miles over the Ips wich course, the horses cairvine catch v.-c-iglits. The araimsUncc rf Tele-gram having beating Van Tromp a. wcci ago~ and the Old tistitlcuinn having carried trti'a race most uncxiwctedly at the last Brisbane jnort injj added additional ioterest to yesterday's race. 1'Lure was not, however, a large attendance on tlie course, but there was an audience fit, though few. xrhu fake a deep interest in racing. Telegram's first victory laid a depressing effect upnn the bctticg-, and W.3'i_-nil a few offers to tike 3 to 1 tJiat The Old Creudeoian would win, which we- did not see takea, there 'xos no business done. A little sttcr 1100a both horses were in the saddlicg paddock -undergoing the process of .saddling and the gaze of those who love a nn.-ii=iinary squint. The Old Gentlemen was ia i-riae co...

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BRISBANE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

BBISBANE. frBfJK oce avrs cOBSEsroyDEvr.) Mokdav. I suppose by this time you arc mvare oi'tbo iniuortant facts that, on Thursday the Colo njalTreasurcr treated the House tithisaiuuial budget, that on Friday the levee held at (wvernir-cut Housa was well attended, th,it we luid a regatta hero on S.itunlir, that there has been a row between the Board of Kt'.iication and the Government, and tbat the Lords have kicked out the Ijill to remove doubts, nith regard to the budget, as I thoroughly dislike figures, my remarks will be brief. Perhaps the best criticism upon it is that pronounced by Mr. Taylor who said that he had not been' able to hear Macken zie's statement very plainly, butthat 'he had heard enough to 'convince liini that the country was on the hi^fo road to ruin.' A lot o' Supplementary Estimates for 1862 has l«n sent doivn tn die House. These Sup plementary Estimates are pervaded with increase of salaries of £25, £50. £100. and £*K) per annum. It is really an uncom monly cool...

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MONDAY, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

Mosdiy. Mix 2G. Bc&re the Police Jlasistrate. and T. How lanJs, Ksquira, Joseph Spooncr -pieaSed guHty to havTOg been drunk and disorderly, aid was fined 5s. or in default ordered to be imprisoned for Si hours in the cells. *Wjr CLDKE V. EEGIN5I3! BaWOBD.. TIlU was case uuder the- Masters and Servants Act. ia wMch the defendant 'was cbornd with unlawfiiUy absenting bunself Jromliis hired service aud disobeying ? the Jawful orAers of Uis ooiployer. John Cluno deposed as follows: [ am a publican, residing ia Ipswich; Reginald Ramford is a waiter of mine under the vrriten agreement now produced ; be left my service lost Monday and told me be did nut mean to serve me any longer : on Tuesday I asked him why he stayed out all night and lie replied it did not matter, as lie would not serve me any longer. By the defendant: when you came up from Brisbane von asked me if you could have a bed andbreakfist, and I 'said Tcs; you paid m« four shillings for your bed aaa breakfast; I asked ...

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HOW I LOST MY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

HOW I LOST MV TEAIX. I am l«-uud for a j jur:iey due wi-ht. IVj tisular business of a rather (uruiuptury kind sum:': -::s me to thp bank* nf the ~ r.-..-.ky ; Avon.' and 1 coiisiderotl myself muU-r an oaiiiilioato sanUi- ail awwaivuieu there witb wit-lies, to shlk^ t!ii dust out of my travel ling-cap to loolc up my .1veKi.1t, aiid, t« uc h«r ovvu exprusbivc piimse. to 'aeoi me cviiis' in proper trim. It wants more tiiaa hour, livthe tirou-bill, ? to the precise miuutu wbeii ;l:c train which ! will «:srry m-: iloun wi!I stirl Iron tiie tcr. ?!iinc« ; and. k* I sally fortii iiajj ir. iiaijd, 1 I li't'l tb^it tueri; is uo occasion lor auv K}H-«.*iul I hurry, iiat 1 hail the first omniW riiat coaius by, a;id cram myself ir.to it, without 1 a single inUgivingas to my delivery at the t-titinn. I a;.i raili-'r sur-U'i&cJ, on arriving ! .'.t Kind's 1J.-O.-.J, to iiud that cii tilt-, passen gers, except .uie vcrj- heavy guiitlomau iu grey snipe. ali.At lijcrc, and tlio omnibus, witho...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

1J-.f.^-._Ji~-ii.»n-»J .uUN^FiO ,.\Ci (From die Timn, March 2C.) The following correspondence has been for ?vardel to O3 for p.il-'ic»tion : — ' Loadou, Slarsli 12. 1SS2. ' Gentlemen, — In reference to the inten tion which it is tha object of this letter to communicate. I am desirous to explain that fr.iin a (hjaapirariveh- early. --i-rijd of my corameroial life I harl r isolvei in my own mind that shoald mv labours be lil-.-sv.-l with sunceas, I would devote a pwio,i nf t!i« property thiis acquired to promote thf intellectual, moral, tmi physical welfare aod comfort of my feirow-meu, wacrtivcr, t'r-m cin-;im«tanrcs!»rl:-earian. their t)ai:nv myi me would be the strongest. ' A fcind Providence has cxritmwil me in prosn?'ty, aid conssquiarfy. i' f:trthe'na2-: of my resolution. I, intUe year l?.-)2. f -uadod an institute and library, for til;; ucneiit of the 'jeoplc of the pl:icv uf my iiirtli, i:i the town of Danvers, iu the Srato of STassn cliusetts. the resell of whidi h^s proved i...

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DISTRESS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

DISTRESS IN' IRELAND. Sic, — Allow me through the medium of your spirited journal to make an appeal to humanity in general, and to Irishmen in particular, at this present period, when »nr ' country is again devastated by a periodical famine, which is causing an infinite amount of loss of human life in the land of our birth. Ireland, although separated from some of her children by thousands' of miles, will find that they are not forgetful of her miseries and wants, and are ever ready to assist her with the means which Providence has been pleased to bestow on them. Not only will Irishmen be ready to answer to the appeal of the poor old land, bnt every man of feel ing wherever BUch an appeal may have been made. -.Queensland can reckon amongst her inost respectable colonists Irishmen who reflect honour on their motherland, and who will now answer to the appeal which their suf fering brethren ore making to them. It is not necessary to say more on the sub ject to induce any one' having a ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

. .^j^^^^^^^^^g^jg^ SlE. — Some time since the Members of the Mechanics School of Arts were very much gratified bv an announcement that His Excellency !?irCF. Bowen. Imd offered to deliver a lecture to the Members of the insti tution. This offer was made, if I am rightly informed, soniC«rh«re about die time the hall was opened. There were several rea sons why this offer was peculiarly gratify ing, and to those who sympathise with any rivalry that mav exist 'between the capital and this town, the circumstances of Hie two i institutions must have &pi-eared to be very I niudi in our fovour. and the credit has been irenerouslv awarded to us by many of our Brisbane friends. Under these circumstances it is verv humiliating to reflect that the con- ?? duct of 'the committee in making arrange ments for the lecture, appears to he snch as verv likely to mar the affair altogether. They have entirely altered the recognised arrangements for ordinary lectures, and done the best, or the wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

DOCTOR O'OOttKaifc F.B.CJS, *c one of the. Sorgeope to ti» Ipswich Hospita!,forEacriySnrgeon-to Saint Vincenl'« Hospital, Dublin, maybfjconmilted at his residence, FORBES' UfclLDIKGS, Thom stmeL : Athomcfrom Stor0a.m.t|tndfrom2to4r-~B. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. ? o tTAS NOW READY FOE INSPECTION Purchased during Iiis recent visit to tbe Sydney Markets. AN EARLY CALL IS SOLICITED. ? o ? WINSEr'S in every variety of colour and price.] f H. M. KEEVE. FRENCH MERINOS, a clioice selectiou ' II. M. REEVE. FASCr WIKSEYS, various H. M. KEEVE. TARTAN HEPS, very select H. ML EEEVE. GALA PLAIDS, a good assortment H. M. REEVE. RICH FANCY SILKS, very choice * II. M. REEVE. FABS1CS FOR DRESSES, in every new material H. M. REEVE. SPECIAL BARGAINS Df BLACK GLACIS H. M. REEVE. FANCY WINSKY SKIRTS, tlie best patterns H- M. BKEVE. CLOTH MAJST1XES, very cheap H. M. KEEVE. NEW DIAGONAL PLUSH MANTLES H. M. REEVE. GLACI MANTLES, very rich H. M. REEVE. CROCHET COLLARS, from 6d. each H. M. REEVE. MUSLIN COLLARS, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

T|T ANTED, a situation as Sheep Over if seer, by a steady, respectable Stan who has been engaged in Oat capacity on large stations for eighteen yean. The ad vertiser has two Sons, who are good Stock men, anil -well acquainted with the manage ment of sheep ul cattle, wboro service! will also be given, if required. Address — -J. ML, office of this paper. WANTED, a First-class MAS COOK. Wages no object. Apply itnmefli atelyto HICHAEL FOBD, East-street, Ipswich. WAKTED, a GOOD HOUSEMAID; also. HAN COOK. Apply to Mr. OGILYIE. Victoria HoteL WANTED, a NUBSE GIRL. Apply to A. P. U5DO. NOTICE If US Excellency the GOVEBNOB trill Jl deliver A LECTURE in the Ipswich Mechanics' School of Arts On WEDNESDAY, 4th JOKE. Subject— 'Montenegro and the Christiana of European Turkey,' A subject possessing tiie charm of novelty, and respecting which His Excellency's tra vels throughout the East of Europe, and bis long residence in tiie Mediterranean, nave given him peculiar oppjrtnnitiei of aCflUir lIlff...

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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

GARUKKDCG CALENUAE FOB MAY. Fbvit asp KiTeaes U4Bde--. — l^ook over liansuas. piuu ap[ilti, oranges, and other fruit iVeijueiiuv, and gather it as it nvcames Hiit:. ejliuj lit oclerj- and attend to keeping up « sucunbuin of peas, bcaas. turnips, carries amii a supply ikf salading. TnuL$ rilant BtiiLWU^nict, aitichokoB, oai.ms, &c. ttxe cutting auJ. drying of herbs, as they *m rendy, uhould be'atteodcd to. lio over tut ot.»t'ks vi trees which were budded iu Man-it. »Jid l«t all tile b*adages be Irrascncd. t'L..-»Elt tiilUJES AKJ- SuKirBCEKIES. ? Any ol' t jo shrubbery nonkn wiiicli may require a-li-^-iui(joriiefiu *«» '^l manure should ix arlea.led to. Plant hyacinths and isnch IUcebttiilS. iiixu.— Oats aai barley may still be sown anfl the gathering of coccon pods be attuaded to ? Pxmaa or Irswics. — Mr. A~. M. Hntcbin e-'n. lat« chuidwranLai for die parish ol' Ipi.ritiu liavin^ resigned that pos^ioa, a meutiu^r of the fuxisiuiuusrs Trill take place in the schoolroom, to-tao...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

Wednesday. May 2S. Before the Police Magistrate. Daniel Gallaghan was fined -5s. for drunk enness, or in default of payment, ordered to be imprisoned for 24 hours in the cells. William Evans, charged with &eing;lbnnd illegally on die premises of David Mitchell, was discharged, the prosecutor not appear ing.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

WEEKXT CAUQTDAK. ' iuv -tr-' *?'''?' ' ilrs low's nm TTjtsb ***» '^ ttmis. I Sets. A»k. jos tbi .B*e. ' H~»; n. w. n- R 'M»™ lAflrn. V-id»v _ 30 6 44 5 « 1 S 15 SO 11 51 Sajuni.v 31 6 U 6 9 I 5 ,11 io 11 56 Snrdw _ I 6 « S « 3 5 J 0 IS 0% UcnJiT_ = 6 45 5S I S i 1 « ' 1 £ Tu.»l«V_ 3 6 46 5 S S 5.;l«l ! 6 W«dusd»y 4 6 Jli 5 S i 6 5 2 30 ' 2 Si Ilmcilii 5 O 47 6 S ; 7 5 1 3 12 j J M Tlie *an- rising nn4 iwtLiii? is cmlinl&tcd to liltsn time. ICigU rot :r at l|.i»iib Finr hoar' silti-r.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 27. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

IPSWICH l'OLlOlJ OOUttT. TursiiAT. Mav £7. Before the Police Magistrate. Timothy Haj;crty charged with drunk enness, was fined of_ «iii the usual alter native of twenty -four hour* in the ceils. Henry Grccnha!i:ii i-le.i4i-l guilcy to a charge of osiiijrobscunc lan,^uajre. and was nr.of £1, or in dcfanlt. to 1m- imprisoned for fourteen iUvs in Brisbane gaol. Henry OPorter. — A case under the Mas ters and Servants Ait. William Hcnrv the nlnSiittiT. dcitosal as follows: I went out to tin' bri.k field* ou tJie 'Jth April and saw tli*- rtef Mitlant Porter, and tendered him my survives; ho vrmtnl jue to stay with hi:u fur six months at tlie rate of £50 per annum : I refused ti do so, but said I would stay with him at that raw until I found better work, and »int- t work ins; without milting any nclitr azro-mciir ; on the lGtb instant at breakfast. I objected to drinking coffee us I hid uev.-i b«en accr.sbiined to it, saying that I onjHit to have te^- qiuufep, of a ESdTf ri3iSnotWe'coK; 'i...

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