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

IHPOCXDIXGS. From Eron Crock, by order of I». C. Cam eron. Ksq.. on 7di Way, I€i3. Damage* and driving expenses fiDs. fier head : — Chesnut filly, star in forehead., like A near shoulder, two hind feet nWte; broirn ffliv, star in forehead, A near -shoulder, P off shoulder ; lilua roan Iiorsc; near eye blind, -jil on* slioulder. iUcgibldbrand near sbonMej- ; fliM bitten. grey mare. Jikn SH «ver 2 or KH over 2 near shoulder. Y off Bhoiilder; bay horse. AC near rihs,staria forehead; brown colt, star and snip, no brand visible i brown colt, A near euoujdeiv. itripe down face, off fore and*ieaf1iiiid foot whiter bay entire colt, no bran* visible4£5 damages r tar fiHy, like A near tiionMer;. grey filly, like A. near shoulder.- cbesnuttmlt, lie — over a near Moulder. If the'lbove horses are not re leased on or before the 2nd day of June next,, they mill He sold ti pay expenses.-— A»nrrm IiLotn, Poundkstter. . - At Ipswich froi Eskdale. Drivfeg- and5 trespass £1 :-^kij horse, near kind foot...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

MELBOUBKE. ' Monday, S PJn. : At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce held to-day, Mr. James M*CaHoch r.as elccud prcsidtnt. 51«icW steady. Taesdiy, May io. y fvn. Ia the Acsetbly the Arguz privilejie caas was brought uioa a motion tbtt Mr. Dill be discharged ooa piyanent of fees. . The Attorney-GeaMi op;w*sed it. and assaulted I tiie Press violjiUy as priviieg-id peunya liacis. t Wednesday, May 21. S p.m. The Jrfrtt pi-ilege c»se was adjourned over last lilsht Jir. Dill was released to ni;At on piyint .of f«a. Mr. Duffy' epe notice tliat he intends to move for the c-sjipoiutnient of the Commit tee for the ^deration of the Australian Colonies, The Gtivenpent has announeed that the Vietoriau fialvrays would be completed in July. | Jl meeting of Jlnileige's crcditora was held to Jay, ti; balauce-shoet nvie submit ted, and tlie n sting adjourned for a wouk. Vbarsda}', May 23, S p.m. In the. LagUative Council, last qight, there was an algry debate about tho map scheduled undp the T«nd B...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

WKSTKBX AUSTRALIA. j Tbe news from Western Australia, vis : Adelaide is to the 2'-th of April. The Perth , Gazrtle 'if tliat date savs : — i ' The otfei- of £5000 reward for die dLsco- ; v.!r»- of a paying gold-field, hug attracted ' numerous iui|uiries fn-m miners in Victoria. ! and on-! treutletnnii has arrived from there : nitli the intention of making a thorough examination of the Colony. It is gcncrally cousidcred that a rich field might be found upon the Mnrchisou river, the geology of which, according to tit' testimony ot the explorers, Messrs. txregory and Austin, is highly indicative of auriferous deposits — a testimony* also greatly i*oufinn-;d hy Sir If. Muruhisou's o]-iuiou u|u-u many s]iecimeus from that locality whii-Ji were submitted to him by Mr. tJrcgory.' Again: — 'Mr. -ircg-ir\-'s expedition to the nordi-wost cations from large stoirkowucrs in Victoria for information ss to what terms pastoral lands can be obtained in the newly disco vered country, and w.: believe...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have papers to die 10th ultimo, from Adelaide. Tho AdetrtutT states tliat from a mast elaborate and voluminous report of the Com missioner of Works, just issued, for the year ending December 31, it appears that tlie total amount expended upon tiie various public works and improvements duonghout the colony during die year 1£G1 was £39,092. The report of 1S60 showed that ***°*^*f -***'?'** :?^P?nA's& 'n telegraphic ''itajTSa, to which vr»tadded '^during 1861) on new lines, £1325', and on new stations £4i5, making to die end of 1S61, die sum of £5--.53£«xpcndcd on tdegraph construction : aad stations, exdnsive (of course) of salaries and departmental working. In 1WW die working of the telegraph department showed a profit of £35* ; in I8T.1, a loss of £291. Thore are 597 miles of line. end. in round figures, die annual receipts may be said to about equal die expenditure. The number of messages transmitted in 1561 was 76,709. the highest on record; and the rec...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

TASMANIA. ! We have news to the 16th ultimo, from ; Hubart. Town, and the 17th from Law I ccston. Tlie JT. T. Iferwiry says:— The com parative statement of tlie revenue for tiie quarters ending 31st March, 1661 and 1868, exhibit a very nnsatifiactnrv position -nf the public finances. The Customs' Bevenne f.ir tiie first quarter of the present year falls shnrt of that received in the corresponding quarter of 1S6L, in die Items nfioibacen mod spirits, to the extent of £2bG6. The total reo-ipts under these two head6 are, for 1862. fir.} IS if. fid., and for 1SSL £30,175 17s. 31 Thu tuUl receipts under the heM of Customs are returned at £52.770 for 18«i against : £28.351, for 1BK1. The new ad valorem duties, realising no less tban.£6ttS6. have opportuui'.ty eiipplemented this branch '»f the rcTonue, which without them must ltave exhibited « marked and serious deL-line. Thn total general revenue for the quarter from all sources is set down *t £49.236. 9s. 7d. leaving * nett decrease on t...

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VICTORIA. WE have Melbourne papers to May 20th. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

^CTOKIA. Wi; hivo Melliounie pajiers to JIsv 29th. Tii: Sl'-HiiMrne Umdd says :— A strong effort is. we understand, to be made on Th intday mixtto have Jlr. Ueales's Common Scho.il Bill carried in its entirety. This waul 1 he so far .1 step in tlie right direction, ttnd u-c do nut si'e !iuu» sny nf tlftsf hktiiIkt.-; who h.iv«: plcdgral tliemiwlves to tlie aboli tion of thu tu-o existing lHiards, and the substitution of one only iu their plain, can withhold their support. A more tlwrongh ralitv-il reform than that proposed by Mr. Healcs would suit us better, but we arc in thu iiu' ultimo content with what this pro pus.-s to give us. It will lie a lover where with to work out whatever ulse we want. If a father has to pay his ehild's butcher's and lia'car's bill, we do not see why he should not also pay his schoolmaster's. The fi.llowin^ is from the Age ; — A dceply int.-rcstin£ r«eord of the melancholy fate of tin.1 fuir midshipmen of the Dover Castle. : whos-; iintimuly death hy dro...

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QUEENSLAND PA[?]MENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

QUiiiiNdLiSO BAUiAAZtH. (Abridged from the Courier) LEGLSLATIVE ASSEMifLY. (T:n Wlowia' is the portion of Thursday's pirliiiin-itarr proceelings omitted from Sstnrdav's iss'ie) : — MEDICAL BILL. The COLOVIAL SE*?RETABV said that it had besa introduced by the Oovemmpnt into the L-' rtsl -tive rtAnnr.il in consequnnoe of the Duke of Xe-rc istle's despatch with reference t-- the Medic*! Bill nxssed last Brts-'i-;i bv thi* Q'.i«^usl.i:i-1 L'^islature, and sent li.vni; for the royal assent. Certain provisiiin-! of thnt net were not in accordance wit'i th'tsn of the Imperial Htulical Act. and the oalv altc-nativu for tlie Lsgislatnre here -w«5 ti remove sueh provisions. He there fore mnviiil that the hill hn reiiil a second timi. in «r-ler t»itt the required alteration in coi'imirtw* mi-rht he eftveini. Toe COLOXIAL TiiiiASCiiStt seuuudcd the nioHi-n, Mr- FOSBES thought tliat an araismlment phmld also lw introduced into the bill, to tlie e Tout that the l.Tver branches of the pro f.-sj'on...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

laxesx nraEiia&EKrcE- SYDNEV. from the Courier. Fridav, C p.n. A Bill has fcoa carried thron^b its first staje is tlie AsKeiafaly, iiMnng fur its ul-- ject die sale, nf tlio Cliarch and School Liiijls in the Culuny, in order to the for mation of a. fund for tile support both uf edu cation and ruligioa. It lias been stated tliat tlio Uovcrnmcat A sitiu -yt £-1090 has liocn placed un tltc lUitUuiitfts by way of gratuity to ihc llor. W. B. Clarke, this eminent geologist. Fflar liunilroa govcruaient hnuiJjrAiits, arrived in jwrt yesterday, per ship Alivssi uiauctL At Efcs-.vortlf s sale to-day the wool market remuiiis luuduiUL^cd. ^Uosustini rc:Jieed extreme r-.;tcs. j S.-aurdav Kreaing. '? Mr. lfar-^raves, the first disouvcna-oCgidA I in So-: eoionirs. 1ms pn-fviitfii a a fieri- ! t:h:i to iuuliaukunt tier farther rcumncca- i tioii. Tr.i&s during flic week has Leuu vtrv active. Brandy is qr.orcd firm at 13s. I):anir!it air; iuvs ail upwiird tendeacv. Tub--icwj firmly mt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

t At BTCCKMABKEJ- j BE4C1S1TIOF. TO MESSRS. FATTOKIXI & CO. Ipswich. Queensland, 19th May. 1R62. ! aKNTLEMEM. — We, the undersigned ( butchers -rf Ipswich and Brisbane, beg I to draw your atteutinu to the desirability of , endrtavonrin^ t' establish a regular Market i for Fat Cattle. We have repeatedly suffered ; great inconvenience and loss from the pre- ; sent irregnlar mode of snpply ; and we be- j lirvc tliat the consumption of fat stuck has [ arrived at such a stage ns will justify tlie establishment of regular Monthly Sales of Fat Oatde and Sheep. If you are uf opinion that our representa tions are c-»rr-:cf. and will undertake to establish Monthly Sales, to commence in about three months from this date -*s by the expiration of tlmt timem.istof us will have fulfilled our present engagement*), we pledge ourselves to give you uur most cordial sup-., port iu carryin;; out the arrangement. In order that you may be able to have some data to ivJ.rU upon in advising with vour...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

osro^ss jftjsrr- news , Ttn: ?VVEiiUEE. — ^During Saturday nigbt, j and rarly on Sunday uioruia;;. a lu-ivy j thunderstorm pn&scd over I[)swii;b. aceani ; panisd by a ci-;non£ down-poiir of rain. On . Sunday aft^muon, cuother sLc»tct foil, from j whifth time the clouds disjitrsoi, and. there ! is cusry cppciinuiCu uf ftiic mxuher for tiio | ra,ces. Tts rain will jirovc a Jwiulit ratlicr tlian a ilraw-back to the racoe-»i.-sc ; nut li.HviUfT fallun in too larj;e ^uaatitius, it wii! ruudirr the tiaf aiore «iriiurr. in.-sid.-s lav ing tlii; dust. AsBirju. of Hts ExcciiEscr is Ii-swich. -^Yesterday luurning His lixcellency Sir G. F. Bawen left Brisbine for Ips-.vicii, IlisJis celleney tra.vcll«d on Imrsc hack, and arrived accmi^iouieJ by thc.Att.iruey-Gciieral, tho Coliwial Sourotiii-y, and Captain Ui-iaiitoa, and escorted hv suu£-e mounted milice. VZhca. tviihin a' short disfciuue of the taivu. tltc cav;v'.adc was met by a imty of Cis I}iauioh rulutttoor cavalry, smd £oulc iiii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

Liverpool and London Eire and life Insurance Company. Capital, £3000,000— £250.000 invested in the Australian Colonies. MB. A. MACALISTEB, as Agent for this Company, is authorised to receive applications for insurance in both the Fire and Life Departments, which will be dealt with by the Directors in (Sydney, upon terms as liberal as those of any other office. Medical Eefcree for Ipswich. Dr. Chal ' IHftor. All claims are settled in the colony. Tables of Bates for Life Insurance, in all its branches and cVery information, can be obtained from tlie agent, as above. A-STUANGKBLEATHBS, Bestdent Secretary, Sydney. . FAPEKHASGOJOR— GOLD. FLOCK. SATIK, and OQMMOSf. very cheap M ATTOASSBS. best hair, fibre, and flwt FE3KSTE8, |»*perb»nger, Brisbans

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THE FORTHCOMING MEET. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

THE FORTHCOMING 3IEET. (J-i:oh litre i?H)ijwsc Cosa::si-ox«WT.) AL.THOCGU I prnmised vou in tax- last to takcuji in tliis article the m-cnad anj Jiiird days' raeo,s, I have determined np»n sjoind cniisiduration to confine my remarks to the secind day's racus oaly^ rcsicriiag tlia tii-rd day's projnunnie until I have seen the per ior-.nance ot tue Siorscs catered for Hie first two days. The first race wiU be tlie Hunlie raci! — a race on wliielt is eomawliat.diiSculL and dangerous to U.izard any upinioa as to tin; prohsML! irinasr, ia conssiij^icace of tlsu clispter of accidents of ona kind or another, which almost invariably bappea wiicn Vm nsld is iu any way numerous. The field is a capital one. consisting of £ood t-id s£st£j.-r.i who have dano their irwrk befo.v ; and we have seen th*s bur-lL:s, and, to t&ke our choice, we would miier go through tlie mazes of a walk, however difficult, than ride in that race. To' commence at once with tlie lot, the first aunoiiuccd is Whis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

WASTED, a situation as Sheep Ovtr sc:r. by a steady, respectable Man who lias liecn engaged in that capacify on large stations for eighteen years. The ad vertiser has two Sons, who arc good Stuck men, and well acquaiuU-d witli the manage ment of sheep and cattle, wiluse sfriices will also bo given, if required. Address — t;. -L, ofliue of this paper. \X''AXTED. » Kirsti-Jaas MAX O»K. ! 11 Wages no object. Aj^ily iaimmU- j atelyto - 1 MIC11AKL FOKD. I liret-slrcct. Ip3tii-di. 1 A-'TED to purchase, 4000 vr SoOO ; EWES, four to six tooth. Apply A Jl, Oflice uf this na]-er. j WANTEO. k GOOD HOUSKilAIFt; j alao. MAX COOK. A^ply to Mr. t «HMrj»m.-v«ctsyrliiTO-tSI. r ? j -1TT-ASTED. a XUBSE UIUL. Applv to ? U A. P. LtKDO. i Department 0!' Lands and Works, ! Brisbane. 2---th April, Ibtii. 10 B0ILBEES AND OTHEBS. l'OWDEU MAOAZIXE, U'SWICIC rpENDKUS will bs received at this ofScu i L until Twelve .??clock. «u SATU1UJAV, j the 7th June next, from pers-.ius williiii: to j contract for the erect...

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BAZAAR IN AID OF RETIRING THE DEBT UPON ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

BAZA AB }S' AID OF BiTiiBOfG THE I-E»T DTO3J 1ST. PAUt:e:«CIMrBGH. Tae first BMoar^wluch has been held in Ipswioo, commenced yesterday ia tbe Hall of the School of AHs. The object was to raise $und$ to aid in retiring the debt imon SlPmiI's,. TheUdies of Ipswich and diuiur roundtng .coanby took- up ' the* matter am luuort, utdttfiilieir exertions bmnghttoge tiier » variety of articles R-itb. which tbe 1 stalls were profusely covered. There were' five stalls:— No. 1.— Mrs. WBlis and Mrs.' Ceorie Thorn. Ujio were exhibited a choice col lectimioi faitty qoods, aul some verr supe rior busts nod vsses, i&c^ in aUbasUr. ' ' No. 2.— 5Ijs. 1'auton. A fine large wax doll mi.ijht be here afcn. dressed* ia modo, and tick.-tt.-d .-n L*Ay Jtovrsn. the likeness was .-f coiir*! li-ft : to imt ji.-wtioti. S.jine v«y_ele;ait fxney gioAs and eml-r-sscd cnsliioiia wm a!so in t!iis -M-mpxrtn]e»t. Xo. 3.— Mrs. UcKaran and Miss T-«er. Three Rroups .if wax flnwers under shades, tha work of Mrs. Mc...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

ii-swii;ii jiuxfcii-.u. ctniiscn.. ?Iii2 .'.I -::!!»;»! CHiimil li^a tlu-ir usual n;?.ean^ yestcjiday. At tlie hour of opening tin- ;-r s cdn _s. twcnt-.--Svc minutes to four -iVir,-.!i. iTistjad ..r »!iree. t?iosu pn-sem were t:w Mayor, Aldi-nnsn Watkins. Cribb. fttaitl.-y. :iiiil iluiiiip-so::. Tin; reiiiti-s of tLeprcvitius meeting were n-.i'i ,\:iS .-oifiiT.n.-u. TJir. i'owv Ousai: also read tba Overseer'* i-c:v)rt fiir tiu; last twn weeks. -X}HBI2SPOXt-BSCB. Thfl Mavou rend a lerh-r from Sir. OarWirtli. dniia; atirjitian to the r.-norts app--jrinj ;n the Ipswich p-.p;r« of Hie pro cc-Jinjs ,.f t!;eOoiii-uil on the 0:h Janiian rosjK-etia^ m application made by liiai for t!ie leasing ot a wharf frontaec TIip MJrr.u ol-M-rvnl thr..t air. «.irk»rtn luul paid lib rout, and tile resolution icsMjd by tbe Goiinai on the StJi Januarj-, liavin~ bet-u withdn. a-u. Mr G.iskwrli s' ol.j.-ct. was to clear himself from Iiavin* acted in any whieli tiinc J&t.' MoraJi had applied for 30 ...

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

GAEDENING CAIJEKDAE FOB JVNE, Fbctt ass Kitches Gabdek.— Vroceed with the pruning of vines, and hoe between cabbage, cauliflower, &c This should lie fiequently done to the graving crops through tbo winter. Sow for succession, brocoli ? Fixms Gaeddi ako Suiaiuumus.— As cold .-oi£lds may now lie expected, scarce plantB, which it may i» oesvrable to secure before they ere injured, ebonia becarefuUy covwed, when time is tbo least cause to apprebend damage. Plant and remove roses, fto. See to securing a good stock Of edttingBof petunias, geraniums, fusehia, for spiin^^iiBQf ' ' ' '- :' . 'i: ' : '' Wtccp. 'CmffMil yolaloefly yams, tanowrooli,^ and ginger irayntrtr, fee flag np and tised. Clmir, lucerne, and all kinds ot jgiass eeedf for r a^uies &«;- still be sown.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

S EIII-I-I2Sr-3-. ARBIVAU3. May 31.— Don Juan, schwner, 130 tons. CapUiu Arnold, from Sydney 22nd instant, B. Towns aud Co., agents. ''-' ',-, MayS9.— Jane.schoouer,142toniCiiptMa Stewart, from iUa Riokmonl Biviar,' : H. S. GreuCsii, ascot. - : ? ? ; ? i ?'?' ,? M DEPAUTCRES. -.- - ~~ Wiiy 29.— Samson, steamer, -3apt Knigfat, for Sydney. ^ Hay 3.).— Alma. fiiree-Tnasted st-booMM 163 tons. Csptaiu BUckluck. forLauneesSP via Xiffcistlo. June 1. — 3uonaparts, 120 tons, Captain Bubb, for Sydney. Passengers — Mrs. llobb aaiMr. Wilson. - June L— Vaiiiv,'8ch8Buer.93tons, Captain 1 Smith, for the Tweed Hirer in ballast. Pis sun^er — Mr. Bullock. ? - ? ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

&§t Ufortjj gustraUan, QUEKXSLAXD GKXEttAI. AnVEBTISER, IS published on Tuesday. TirousDit, and SvrcMuiiT morning*, and tfirward«l t« ? Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. ? TERM* OF SBWCIHITIO5. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9*. Per Quarter, credit ? 10k. Single Number ? fid. The (J juton t -nmnatt; on tha 3Ut March, Stlli June *»th September, and 31 st Decem ber, at which period* «aly «»» resignation d*te of commencing iheir subscriptions. TKBX3 or *.»TEcnaise. a. d. T«o line«, or under * quarter of an inch ? 1 « Konr line*, or under half an inch .... 2 ©. Six line*, or under three-quarters of Ml inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one ine-li ? , 3 0 Kvery additional eight lines, under aniitch ? 1 O TEE3IS OF plSCOL-ST. ?5 Consecutive Insertions ? 10(1 cent. IS .. ? -» - 2S ., ,. ? 2* .. The namocr of insertions nm«t lie written on the face of each Advertisement, or it ?will be continued until countermanded, and c'ttr^ed a-w»rdin?lv. Adrertimnients from Non-subscribers mus...

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BANKING. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

BAXKOfG. I (Co.vraiBUTED.) i It was the practice of a certain writer | to test, not the knowledge and acquire j meats of those with whom he had to do, I but tije- extent and meascre- of their ! ijmorance. Acting apoa this principle i if he had attempted to take the measure of the Editor of tfce Queensland Times on the subject of Banking lie would have found himself completely- non plnssod-— nis heaviest plummet and longest line wonld have failed to sound tlie profaundit3' of die ignorance cxlii bited in bis treatment of this most im i portant qnestion. j In considarinj the establishment of. j a bant: in Queensland, the 'Editor of the , Times nas falk-n into die ctjnimon error ; of canfonndin? two subjects essentially ! different, and having no necessary oosr ; ncction with each other, viz. — Backing ] i and Currency. Currency is the cir I cnhirlng medium by which exchanges ! are eSfeiitad. -Banking consists in cij i lectio^ the- scattered resources of indi I viduals into channels wh...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

Cjfc' -Datfjj' ^strata. irsmcu, TUESDAr. jcxb a. uses. TflE present session of -the Legislative Assembly of Queensland Will assuredly become famous in tUs future history of the colony, as well as for the unmasking of sham patriots' as. for tho tyrannical axuLjcetrograde character of the measures, iafflfiliieed Iiy a. Gurenmieiit bat par tially responsible, and by iniriiuns who, for a consideration ire. .willing to do its %,* ^JMSing. Thfi Parliamentary Reform Bib,- ^b Bilrao -lleaioye Donlaits, &c, * 63rve to be engrossed oa vellum and bo presirvej fei iaj cml uf time, as samples oFthe hanili^wk «f Kaibs of thdajvjvbo have gained their present positions l-v professing ultra--lom.K;ratic principles. We tin not eij that those men sire iu every case tbe original framcrs of tbe wovst clauses in tlie measures they in troduce, but by becoming sponsors to ] bilJs based on doctrines opposed to the professions that gained for them their scats in tho Legislature, they are as far as j ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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