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

1M1VCXDIXHS. From Felton. by order of J. S. Whitchurch, Ksq_ on the l«di May. IWSi DiUnajre, ic^ 7s. 7d. Yellow spoltvJ bullock. A oil' ramp, red cow. H o.T nucp. ^ tiff ribs, two pieces .ouS pur _««-. liltju X-mmju: r*I« = nU j»al«3r liullockTSx near n:uin; red jmL-v cow. UK off rump, piece «ut 'back m-jir' tar; red heifer calf, luiliranded; white bullock, triangle over 9 iiJT run:ji, 2 uc:ir mnip ; n:d cow, white sjnits. O over CC near ribs ; red cow, a on' risniji. '^ oil' ribs, slit «d' ear ; roan bullock, BK oil nunp; yellow and whhc cow. like FK or 1'W off rihs, top off both ears ; red cow, DU ofl' loin -, blue spotted poley vs\y, GU near loin. GH unr rump; white Iiuifer calf, imhivinacd ; yellon- and white ]M-Iey cow, 1'B off rihs : wliitc heifer calf, red ueck. HH conjoined near ramp, elit near car ; red cow, like writiug 4 near rump; red bull calf, unbrauded; reil cow. CK on' rihs ; red aad white calf, HH conjoined near rump slit ncarcar; white cow, Tl) off ribs. 14: near l...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

irsuicii. rm'ssn.iy. a ay 2». ic*2. fat our issue of Saturday last we pub lished the original and altered clauses in the Bill to amend the Electoral Law, and in a previous issue we commented.. sencraUv, on the deceptive, illiberal and impracticable nature of the new features in tlie measure. -o amount of criticism, however voluminous, can be considered excessive in dealing with a production that at a bound overleaps the most liberal and successful schemes of political liberty, aud propounds, as a substitute, a number of trude acd ill dfcested theories, — leaving neither the authority of former msc, nor tlie weight jurist. These original clauses and altera tions, Oviutiiiered as a whole, present the strangest compound of iuuovatiou and obstructiveness that could well V* conceived in the shape of amended le gislation ; seemingly in the 6th, or education --ls-iss, ceding without de mand, all that the most ultra-radical could ask ; ire have said feeminply, for the 7 tli clause dissipate...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

QUEENSLAND PAELI&1EEKT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, Mat 27. Tne SPEAKEB took die chair at twenty £veuuuutes past throe. ? NEW XESBEIL Mr. J. MAC tEAK took the o»thB «nd fan seat for Eaetcrn Downs. PAPERS. &r_ The COLOKIAL SECBETABT laid upon die table of die House a specimen volume of die Colonial Acts of Parliament; also, a report of die Board of Education for 18G1. VOLUNTEER COUPS. Mr. B. CBIBC, in die absence of Dr. ChalJiBor, asked die Colonial Sacretary whetlicr he would Uave any abjection to lay upon die table of diis House a return of die various items of expenditure connected with die Queensland Volunteer Force from die year 1860 to the present date, distin guishing between the items expended for die service of die Brisbane corps and those expended for die service of the Ipswich corps? The COLONIAL SECBETABY stated diat the Government would furnish die returns asked for at an early date. LAND OBDEEiS. Mr. T. S. WABBV asked the Colonial Secretary— (1.) Why ...

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CLARENCE AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

CLAJiENCE AXD JXICHMOXB. 1-nau the Graftoc pajiors. F»EC CUDSCU OF &0TLiXI-. — ^TllC Hcv. A. M'liityre, minister oi* die free Church of .Scotland, who arrix-cd per Urara, on a visit t j the Clarence, preached oji Sunday last, at the Pi-esu\-terum Church, Villicra-street, Gmfton. A large congregation listened to tba Knglifh eunice in die morning, as well as to the Gtc'.ic in tbe afternoon. TBE bUFEEEKTEKDESI Or ?THE KeW EKG LiK» Pouce.— A\'is andecstatid that Captain ? Scott, who was receofiy appointed one «f ' tuo (superintendents of police under the new Act, and stationed in die Northern district, has. bocn called upon by die Executive to s'khv cause why he should not tic dismissed from die public service for disobedience of orders, and for absenting himself from his (iutifcs, «tnd Ins district widiout leave, in visiting Sydney, and for not having re l-oitea that be had done so during his stay in Jhe metropolis. Vlauoice Qtv£B SaCEnonsES.— For some years past the Clarence B...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRISBANE. WEDNESDAY EVENING, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

LATEST INTECLIOBNCE. BmSBAKE. (FBOM ODE SPECIAL CUEKEaPOS-DEVT.) Wednesday Evening, ti v.n. The Government have bought the Moreton Bav Tram war out of the Jjands of the Com pany, and purpose creating a Trust to carry out the work. Mr. W. Coots, the present Managing Director, is to be appointed Manager, and is likely also to be appointed Road Engineer. In the Legislative Assembly, this after noon, the Colonial Secretary moved that the Hapart of the Board of General JJdncation laid on the table on the 27th instant (the previous day), be printed. A very long debate ensued, ten members taking a part in the discussion. In reply, the Colonial Secretary promised to lay before die House the objectionable matter contained in the Baport prepared by the kite Board. He also announced the intention of the Government to give a larger measure uf support to Kon-vested Schools than had been the case of late. The motion was carried. From the Cornier. SYDNEY. ifondav. £ pjn. The Parliament of New Sout...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

TTTVTWP a tjR (rnoM ocb uwk coebestondekt.) Wednesday. As a great many people are on die look-ont for Government situations just now. perhaps die Jinnoiinceinfcnt in youriargely circulated columns of die fact that a. Government «et dement is about to be formed at Cape York may prove interesting- I» the first place such a settlement ought to open an endless supply of billets, and in die next place on incessant petitioners for situations, what better answer can die Government give tuxt die offcrof a dsrkslupat Cane York, where, if die luxuries of life are few, die induce ment to extravagance are prQuortiou&tely diminished- Sir George Bowen, the Courier says, will visit the iocelity about An~nst nest, -after which a township willbe formed. Vfai not die waves ofCarpcnUr— ria dance widijoy in honour of die visit of dieir 01ns trious patron. Yet after all, O most sapient Editor, diink not dial life at Torke (or Fork. I forget which is the most correct auAagranhyjirill be altop-4bc...

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THE LAST MOMENTS OF CAPTAIN GORDON. I [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

THE LAST JJOMEXTS OF CAPTATS GORDON. (From tie Sen, York Tima.) As our readers arc already aware. Captain Gordon was condemned to be hung for slave piracy. ? As'had been tiie practice since his con viction. Sir. fc-urtou, the warden, allowed - ioidon the privilege of walking up and down the corridor. This he availed himself of on Thursday night, and amused (or shocked) las keepers bv siugiug to tiicm Portuguese Gongs, aad talking of everything under die sun other than that which one would sup ]ios^ woul.l -K^u;iy die dioughts of a sane lain thx uiirlic before lits cxecutton. He then called tor writing materials, and sat smoking aud writing till near midnight. lie u-roic thirteen Jett.rs. several uf which were ven- bitter upou DdaOcid Smith, and one to his little Ikw. whicli is to be kept scaled until he shall li.tvc attained uiiLturcr age. Yo evidence of insanity, of fear, uf a just conception of his situation — in fact, of every thing except a great (badness for siuokiug. was given...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

NOTES -AJSTD WilWS n Hra Ekcellbkct's Lecture.— The com mittee of the School of Arts have announced that nis Excellency Sir George F. Bowen has kindly consented to deliver a loctnre in *«» iukw ti«t teamMj2d|M!J& place on DTconeBaay craning neict.'the *Ot Juno. The subject will be 'The Slontene jrrians and the Christians of European Tnrkev.' The loo? residence of Sir George Bowen as Chief Ommiseioner of the Ionian Islands, combined wits his Excellency's travels in the immediate vicinity of the people whose idiosyncrasy will be dilated upon, render his Exceilencv peculiarly adapted for the task be has undertaken. It cannot be forgotten that within the last few years the opptecsions under which the Montenegrians and Christians of European Turkey, so long laboured, have beunhrought prominently under the notice of Europe, calling forth its aid and sympathy, and consequently any information bpm an authentic source upon this BubjecBfrill be received with a doable zest. ThereVznnat...

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

sKimisra-. ? u ? -»** ~i. — i'eiejrraiph. steamer. 7O- fans, # CipuiU O'Ucilly. for Sydaey. Passengers — Rev. W. C Draiie. Commodore Seymour, C.U^JIaster Barrinjrtitu and 5ervant,3Iessrs. £ar£*ikT- Andrew. XT. Beli, H. Tracey, CroLlT. Ranni^er, T. Adams, A. Andaion, A. itriOMii. J. GiImtu 3.'~:H. Crofton, ' Veqrsoa,.anl 15 in the *te-;i*-e. 'IVvzk— U!aranc=,st.:iniL-r, Captain Cot oir. for tb? Xo^bern lVrts. r.is^en-ers— Messrs:. H. Bcyfe, Ausrbaeh. F. H. Warner, C K (J.TKi'-v, (Jortca, Fit;rni..rris. Tratt, V. thnra; B. M_ Oliyns. Pssoje, II. Ken dall, Sylvester. R. McIIeasie. Danes. Stcd m»a, Arjliijr. C. Cobban. F. r. Huxhaai, Mr. and Mrs. A. Norton. Mrs. Bimes. Jfrs. Boyle Hat infant, Mrs. DiiiIiWMi and infant, and butv.-uuii 20 ai.il SO iu tlit steerage. exi-outs. T-letr-.Tih: 22 bilu* 2 ouctcts iv-«1. Pan ton xr,*. --.; t* »ia!-s -'t bn^s w.iol. SO casks tallow, 7 bima-'s -kins. G. H. Wilson and Co.; 1 ci*fc rjliow. 1 case, W. Grav and Co. : 8 ev.k« fallow, 1 p-irti-L il V Has...

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

W§t §for% Australian, AND QUEEXSLAXD GESEKAI. ATIVERTISEB, IS published on Tcesday, TmrnsDAT, and Satihsdait nunuDgE. and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. teems or subscbiition. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ? 10a. Single Number ? Cd. - -' 1 - inn T) imipntn on flu 11 I Urmili 30th Juno. SpthSSjSCTIHft-^BdairtOcCT.m,. , itf^M^fcBhriitirtMrtirwr**JT*irftfr^iLiliiiIiiMiiiiifl Subscribers trill ' be charged.' from the] date of commencing their Eiibscriptions. IEEM5 l-r A.DVEETI5E!G. s. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 O Foot lines, or under half an inch ? . 2 0 Six lines, or under three -quarters of aminch ? 2 S Eight linos, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TEEMS OF DDOOCST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^2 cent. 13 „ ., ? 15 .. 26 „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written un the kace of each Advertisement, or it ?will be continued until countermanded, and chirked accordingly. Adv...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 29 May 1862

LOYDON' WOOL t-ALES ^A-.E Vy -Its=rs. Ja?orub an-1 Co. Friilu Feurcarr tith :— Ex Nile: AtBU ly; t£7i h at i\i. ?; :,t Hi. Kx U-ssic (lloreton liV) : K&T. 13 at 171.1. 7 «t I7d, 2 at 13M Ad..; .ivcr CokvlmJ. J at 2S.1, I at 2* id. 4at ilj-U 2 At 13 i. Ex Kiflenna: MiD, 1 a* £2Ja &i.i.i.-siuu. IS it 211 1. 4 at 2W, J *t aid? 3 «t20d_.2=t l:vW; «„..-„„-, 7 at 21J/7 at — «'i'i- i- »*- l'n -. Or.- ;.irc ;:liu Co, 2 at ?»?»,! 1 .-.- 20.1. 1 at J7J 1 2 ut i;i,3 : U.i-o.- v and t\. 1 at iitii. I a* -Z-^d ; A A. '. at i^'d, i tt ''.I -? at U-ii: C3MC. 1' -.a 2ri S at 2«:,i,*'l 'at Itid; T.t iu Jam-nul. fi at 2,il 4 ;it fj.U : X ij cJrel; .)?.-.-;? :iIu.-..tj,i B..v. Ifiat aJ- TJJ over 31. B.»v. 3 at 2jJ, 3 at'l'j.l Sal^ by'M^srs. J. T. Si.J1Os and Co, Saturday. Martli Ut :— Six HiiliiuiUla ; McU «v..t B:imett,ns at ilR 2 at l;iu ? Jl B Titi, lfi at 21d, 2 at 1?$ I, 3 at 17id. Kx XH«.- a J Filz. 2 at *Ji. S *t 2i,!, J at t=^.d ; AB ciiaj.uool. Sat 21i:i.7;-.t2:ut lrtai IS1 7 ...

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

»w OGI\I3ktEJSCx-«Ji_,. ^«i, - «'T' t»a.«-. VBS; 21 bii«: Mr. Oskhnrn reports the sale of 2-- head of .iri-kcd-in horsus, at an avenge of £5 per

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

£$W ^OIIXH ^fAX-ES, . . , i A meeting in reference to the proposed Railway from Newtovvn to Botany, was held ' ?-n Triday evening, at Messrs. Uiclurdsou j and Wrench's Rooms, Titt-strcet. Adej-i'- '. tatiui: was appointed to wnit upon the Go- | vernnient, to ask th«ir co-operation. 1 The first meeting for the present year of j tUe riiilosophical Socii-ty of New South ! Wales, was held iu the Australian Librarj- ] on Fridav night, tue lloiiornljk- K. Oeas ! Tluiiin-son was ia tho chair. Several in- I j turcs-tiiiir papers were read. j ! His Excellency 31. Guiliian, -he Governor j of New Caledonia, shifted his flag on Fri- ! I day. from the Freneh war schooner | I Cilcilouicnnc. to Il.l.M. war steamer j Oouilogou, Captiin ILithieu. which vessel 1 will convey his Excellency to the, scat of I his Government. The _i.:aledo:iicnn« left j Kvjner for Xcw Caiedonia etrtv on twiim- j duv. ' ' ? ] : iit-lters received liy tlie Nra-t'iam, st.-.tc : l)-3t t)i« order* for Jt-spatchinjj the Orj-ht...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wet'NEspay. XIav 3S T:rE ?rE.VKt-:U t.wk the cluir at tweatv minu:t%: past t?ir™.^ il'SWiCH SAVISOS1 BAXK. Mr. O'SI'LLIVAX, puriuniit t.- notice. ask.'-l tb« lion, the Colojual Secretary- ' if it v.-:i- the iatcutinn of the Government to pro vi;l- .1 ronm i:) the tic»v I'wt-oSice. Ipswich. 10.-.1 !»mngs Jt-ink; and if there was any objection t,-- -i!Jo«rin^ the Postntzster th?re to act as manner under proper restrictions, a:id at a small sal.irv.' T!i« COLOXIAL'SHCRETABY said that tTi~ (nivuruiaeat contHcr&l that the !jxv i:i,-s- Bjnk shoiiM bo in a c-ntral situation, arxlarnnqi .-itlur in tiw P.-toffio: «r 0» Ti-!,-^3-!j)ii-oac- s!io;i!d be -lcr,,teil tn the nuqiose. The appnintiacnt -if nn ac--onnt- ant would, he nrcsnnieil, rest with the trus tees of the bani. Mtr.ITIA BILL Mr. LILLEV, i,y t!ie la;lvc ..f tlifl H™sc pwrpone.1 the uiotioa for the second reading of this hi.'J nntil tu-ra.irr.jir EDUCATIOXAL HEPOET. The COLONIAL SECKETAUY movad t u: the...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

SIT -£asTS3ifT?43,L7 AUCTT? {Ab-idgrcljnm the Courier) LSCISLATR'E COUNCIL. - Wr.!-xrs»jLT, 3I,v\' 25. The ?B3iitWsT took t\«s chair at flvc minutos pist three o'clock, and u^icucd- the ?pr.iceeiin^s'irita ptavor. : PAPEBS. Th? VTTOESEV C;V:NTliR.VMai:l on ihe ta'-!e thrt fi'it rriiit ,-S parti.™ ?.-!' the Queens- j l:ind Act of Parlianijnt. andnlfo tiie Annual Export of the Giiipml I3,limti»n lJ.iaid as drawn up bv tlie mjuibers constiruticg the n.-tv H'Linf.' lio.vao of Gr.\*F,n.vr, education Pr. H^OTITJS to-M-fJ— ''i'list tlie on anal reports, as farwarfcl hi- tliu Itnard of JMu citi-TC f.ir Itfil. be r^siived,' and iu d.iins s 1 he -x jnU claim the :itt=ntion of tiui House fir a f -iv minutes n-hitst lie g«v-- some ptr ticnl-ir.- as tj tlie lit-iiorr of rUe case. In the fir^t jilarc tne B;-ari had to contend against a vi'ry strong op-).^-i:io!i on tin- part t-i' the G')Terar.i.-nt — aa opposition whieli h::d n; saltsl na that occasion in the .production of a spnrious report — in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

NEWtSOODS. NEW GOODS. ? o ? ? D JTAS NOW SEADY FOB INSPECTION Purchased during his recent visit to the Sydney Markets. AN EARLY GALL IS SOLICITED, ? 0 WDfSEF'S in every variety of colour and price. H. M. BEEVE. FBEXCH MERINOS, a choice selection H. SL REEVE. FANCY WIKSEVS, various H. M. EKEVE. TARTAN HEPS, very select H. M. REEVE. ti-\LA PLAIDS, a good assortment H. M. BREVE. KICH FANCY SILKS, very choice H. M. REEVE. FABRICS FOR DRESSES, in every new material H. M. REEVE. SPECIAL BARGAINS IS BLACK GLACIS H. M. REEVE. FANCY VIXSE* SKIRTS, the best patterns H- BL REEVE. CLOTH MANTLES, very cheap - H. M. REEVE. NEW DIAGONAL PLUSH MANTLES H. M. REEVE. GLACI MANTLES, very rich H. M. REEVE. CROCHET COLLARS, from 6-L each H. M. REEVE. MUSLIN COLLARS, at 5$d. and upwards H. M. REEVE. WORKED FLOUNCIXGS,T«ygood H. M. REEVE. HEAD DRESSES, the best assortment ever shown D. M. REEVE. PLUSH AND VELVET NECKTIES, a very large and beautiful selection H. M. REEVE. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS, in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

WAiTTED. » *TUBSE CIEIi. Apply to A. P. UKPO. ? ' WAVTED, a GOOD HOUSEHAID; also. MAN' COOK. Apply to Mr. OGILVIE. Victoria Hotel. WANTED, a First-das MAK COOK. Wages no object. Apply immedi ately to MICHAEL FORD. East-street, Ipswich. T|T-AVrED two MABRIED COUPLES TT without innuinbrancss, die men to act as Orderlies and to make themselves generslly nseful, tlieir wives to do genera] house work. Also a GOOD SEEVAXT GIRL for a Public house. Apply to WILLIAM BES SEB, Brisbane-street. WANTED, a situation as Sheep Over seer, by a steady, respectable Man who has been engaged in that capacity on large stations for eighteen years. The ad vertiser lias two Sons, who are good Stock men, and well acquainted with the manage ment of sheen and cattle, whose services will also be given, if required. Address — G. M, office of tins paper. TO0WOOMBA. W. H. GROOM HAVING obtained a license for theso extensive and commodious brick premi ses, recently occupied by Mr. F. Mole, begs to inform bis friends...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

IATEST 33Sra?EIJLa:-333)BrOE- From thr. Courier. j SYDNEY. * TrasDiV, Crjn. I Paklu,jh2i.t *-»s opened to-dvy liy Jfis ' Excclkncy tlie Governor ia person, the usual teremenv being observed ujwn the j occasion. TU= vicerejal speech contoined nn oxpres sion of sympolliy with Her Majesty tl»c Quemi iu her recent bereavement,— congra. tulatiuos vpoa the ftnumliln^ condition of tiie oniony, — a reconuncudnaon that the crecrjiju of the new parliamentary bcildings sltou] J i-e forth vriili oomnieaced, — and a pro niLsc tlu-t bills tUould lie introduced for naderiuj: the Fppcr IF«mse elective, for tiie AtioSttoa «i Stato Aid, wr tit Transfer «-f l^sd. fortbe re^ulstioo of Dividing PdnCcf, , fLir regnlatui£ ths Imjioundiag of Cattle for j the Registration of Cattle BraaBs, fur the I amendment of the Municipalities' Act, for mriiariainj; Loans on AgricuUnral Crops ani 1'rotliice, *ud jjnallr, a bill far t jc ad justment of outstanding acsouuts T»utwecn the colonies of Queensland and Kcvr Suu...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

LET3TER. TO THE FD1TOB. Sib. — Could yon inform me where the editor of the Qtumxtand Times studied music ? and if lie received any prizes for his profiriency inthat art? as 'be is lamentably at fiuilt in stating that Mr. Gaskarrli took the liberty of playing Russell's ' Ship on Fire.' at the Choral Society 's concert. Every one could dearlv understand it to be tiiat pretty ballad 'The old arm-chair.' From my knowledge of Mr. Gssbarth, I believe he has too much respect for his Angen to meddle with a ship on fin. I am, voure &c H. L. Ipnwich.Mar30.lS62. ,- ?

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MELBOURNE. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

MELBOUHNE. Thursday. 4 p.m. Sir. Ireland lias been instructed Ijv the Assrmljlv to defend tbu action brought sirainst the officers of that House by Mr. IJi!I. tiie publisher of the Argus. The vote proposed by the Ministry for the appointment of Emigration Lecturers iu ' England has been rejected. I The Land Bill lias passed through com- I lnittee in tlie Legislative Council. ;

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