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FRIDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

Friday, Juke G. Before the Police Magistrate and J. Murphy, Es'i. William Day and George Smith were charged with drunkenness. Day was fined IDs. and Smith 5s., having the' alternative of tweuty-fonr hours in the cells. James Read charged with profane swear ing forfeited his bail of £2. Alary Barnes v. Ellen Toany. — An assault case. No appearance of cither party. Natliaiiiel Sailiar, n cunstahlc in the Ips wich Police, was charged with neglect of duty, in losing arms and accoutrements, and pleaded not guilty. Sergeant 'EJiiget deposed asunder: I was on du*y in charge of tlie police on the night of the 3rd instant; I saw defendant Sadlicr on duty at tho Governor's residence with anna and appointments ; I saw him about LO oVlook at bin post with tlietn ; and also saw him after he was relieved, at about 11 o'clock without arms; I heard constable Dowling ash Sadlicr where he had left his arms, and he said he had left them outside Bowling's door ; Sergeant tJreenair.-iy and tho defendant...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

Eff THE SUPREME COUBT OP QUEENSLAND. Sheriff's Office, Brisbane, 2nd Hay, 18C2. Paatoa v. Portley. fnO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED ? J. Take Xotice diat a Writ of fieri /ado* has been issued upon a. judgment obtained by the: PlnintilFin the above action, and diat all die abwvcnamcd Defendant's right, title, and interest, of, in. and to, all diat piece or parcel of land in the colony -rf Queensland, containing by admeasurement tiiirty-two acres, be die same more or less, situated in tbe county of Churchill and parish unnamed, near die village of Laidlcy, portion si*; commencing up Laidley 'Creek fit the northern corner of a measured portion of twenty -five acres ti™ roods, being portion five, and bounded thence on die south-cast by a Jine dividing it from diat land, bearing south forty-eight degrees west twenty-five chains and sixty-five licks to a roan one chain wide ; on the south-west by that road bearing north forty-two degrees west eleven chains; on die north-west by a line bearing no...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 5TH JUNE. [?] the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TH0E6DAY. Sin JCXE. Bepoke the Police Magistrate. Michael Giil convicted of drunkenness was fined 10s., or in default to be confined for twenty -four hours in the cells.

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL MEETING. THIRD DAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 3TH 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

NORTH AUSTKAUAK ANKUAL MKETIXtr. Tuinn Day. Tiigksdav, Joss Atu, 18fi2. AuoThur glorious day, both as regarded tbe weather, tbe racing, and t'm beJiavionr of the assembled multitude. The sun played at llo-pccp throughout the day, sometimes sl.iuin.? out i« poeuliar bri{j3»-'J:uss audanwn hiding himself behind a » ?;I of vapourj cloufis ; as if determined to impress the pleasure-seekers with tl.oliiil consciousness ofliis gooduess in assisting tbem to so much I fine weather. At noon tin- vice-regal carriage made its appearance --u tho course, and was nccomptaied to its stand amid the usual formula of music and taaitita. Tlierc w£3 pn perceptible diminution in the number or spectators, and the sain: keen zest for ra tional sport, as chamctjrised thsproceed ini^s of the two preceding days appeared to bc~ hsiglitent'd ratiier than diminished oh this the last day of the meet. A short time after the arrival of his Ex cellency's carriage, the usual number of bulls having rang, and the othe...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

NOT£6 -AlOX* UiJWS A CoMniVATtos op Tjlexi. — Messrs. Parker and Houdin having joined their forces, will give tbeir conjoined entertain ment iu the Hall of the Kchool of Arts, which they have engaged for the purpose, on this and Monday evening. Mr. Parker is well known as tlie cliamjit'tn swordsman in the Austral ins, and the wearer of the eluuiipion inedal ; on the present occasion the Professor will prove to the audience by a variety of skilful Teats, that lie is perfect master of the sirord, and will be happy to cross weapons with anyone who may wish to have a taste of his quality. With ic spect to Mr. Houdin, it is only ncccssary to remark that that gentleman's poly natior.al entertainment is s» ivell knou-n add a])j)recir.ied fur its varied ..nil amusing characteristics, that comment is superfluous. ^wcrc n-ondnnif Fillj, To -eUd rrfincJ gold, or print tie lilv. There can lie no doubt tlie cntcrtainniciit will be liberally patronised. The Uazaak.— Tliis evening the Bazaar held ...

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THE IPSWICH CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

THE UVWICK CHORAL SOCIETY. Thk members of the Ipswich Choral Society having gonl reason to be satisfied with tlic indefatigable exertions of their conductor, Jlr. John Wilson, determined at the close of the season to give Jlr. Wilson a complimen tary concert, which took place on the even ing of Thursday hist in the Hall of the School of Arts. The Hall was very well filled, inure esnedallv Bo wnen tliu drain upon the pockets of the dwellers in, and visitors to, Ipswich during the past week is taken into consideration. . , The concert was under the patronage 0f Lady Bowenaadthe Stewards and Members of the North Australian Jockey Club. Every preparation had been made for the proper reception nf her ladyship, hut at a ate iiour an intimation was received that her ladyship could not attend. The absence of Lady Bowcn caused considerable regret but tlie more judicious, although re gretting it, found excuse for the seeming slight in her ladyship's fatigue. The Stewards of tlie Jockcr Club, ...

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THE RACE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

TUB BACE BALL. The ball which According to time-honored, custom, follows the North Australian meet took place last evening in the hall of the School of Arts. About one hundred and twenty persons were present. a:iio:ie;st whom were Excellency the Gover nor. Lady Bon-en, the Colonial Seorctary, the Colonial Treasurer, the AttornejMJfene raL and the Minister for Lands aud' Works. The amitiprenients for tlie reception nf the visitors was most complete, the admission bein:; through the yet unfinished Post ram Telegraph office, from which a very con venient covering hail been erected to the scene of festivity. The hall was opened by j the Hon. W, H. Yaldwyn and Lady IS.nveu, j and the Colonial Secretary and Mrs. M»ffat, 1 who were partners in a quadrille, to which, as well as to the other dances of the even ing, sweet music was discoursed by Scale's band. At the conclusion of the first part of the dances his Excellency retired b.miu, and the remainder of tlie company proceeded to the supp...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. June 4th 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

MELIMHTKNU. Wednesday, .lime -Jtli. 4 pjn. The fjud Bill has non- finally p.iscud. Viirliiimciit is ex£»jetcd to prorogue next week. (Fnm tie S. M. HcraM.) LACHLAX. SatnnUv. Mav 'l.st. Hcavir gold has boon struck i:i Xos. II ] and VI Jlaiais oa tlia faledoniMnl.-ad. Tiie miners wei« ii: d.131 ground, but In -.-.11 to ! drivo upwards when the imilcati'iiis im l.rovdi IHeh stouu is beinrr obtained out of the Britannia r;-?f. Sty's party contradict the import uf thc-ir sluilt caistixis in water; nl tliou«h it is hard tu cotiU-nd with tliev arc contidunt of success. The shaft is ~nw d.m-n to S4Q feet. Horse fodder is enormously dear. Cliaff is retailing at --lis. yter luiiidrcd jH-nnds. This morning we had a hard frost.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday June 4th. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

LATEST UNrr3Ea^31.ICKErg'C!E- From tht. CouriiT. SY»3»JJ\\ Wednesday. Jmie-ltli.G p.m. THEoJaim of Mr. Ilarrrraves, the golu ois coverer. for further n-iuuaeratioa, has been nji-'Ctwl by the AssemMy. ' The Beardjippoiutcu to inquire into the wmittng or-*; l-oat Office aupartmcitfhave *r*-u£lit'iip-lbeir ireport. Amongst otlieV things tbej} -r^comniaud that uotv»papcr» going through .the post shall have a penny stani]i affixed; that there should he an in creast of 1(J3 per cent in £tani]-£ on letters ; that a new office should be Drovided : aai that the Postmaster-General should be, in future, a political officer. Tlmreaay, June -*th, 6 p.m. Tlie Legislative AssemMy have a^ri-cd to a rtfs.ilntion ordering the recall of Messrs. l'arkus and Dallcv, the emigration lecturers for this colony in'En-iand. An objection has liwn raised to the pre sence of Captain Miuiarty, «;i tlio ground that he is a pensioner 'iiprni the public bounty. The question has twc:i ref-Tiv.d to tlie Election Commi...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

TASMANIA. Via Melbourne, we have news to the '23rd from Hobart Town, and the iith instant, from L:uincest'ia. Tbe llubart Tuicn IJercury states that his KxeeJleuey the Uovcrnor has ruceivi-d an address from the settU-rs of Tarnnaki, in which bis a-.lyice is asked as to v.Letlier tlie. v Miculd emigrate to Tasn:uni:i; and upon what conditions laud ouli be secured. ' Colonial lii;i.T. — The amount of deben tures ouiekiiidii:g on Hist December, 1:501, was £4H,-»60, and the amount outstanding ou yiot March, 16G-, had iucrciuied to £I*9.HX-. Wlien we analyse the return lately published, we find that in 1S5C the yxui 'uf fqO.i.'CHI was raised to meet arrears, of wbicb i'TSOO has been rvj-rdd. In l.SOJ, £51,H* was raised in aid of revenue, and £T5,aiO for public works In lS3t-, £3S,'JdO was raised in aid uf revenue, of which lUJ'XH,1 iias been redeemed; £fS,7O0 for publio ivorks, and £l:S,200 for geological survey, road to Huoii, and Swanip, Lauuecston. In IK-ia. £35.!jtW was raised in aid...

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NEWCASTLE. Saturday, May 31st, noon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

NEWCASTLE. t-.itin-lav, llav ;51st, no.-n. The ship Qii«en of England has just sailed for Sydney, with the stcani-ttig Tawai- iu comj.any

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THE ACCIDENT ON THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

TI!E ACCIDENT OX THE BKIfiHTOX EAUAVAi'. The MMuvnte Utrald says :— The 12.45 j p.m. train from B.-ighlon, consisting of an i canine, three caniagi-s, and a break van, | g-it ori' the Kni: cli:se to the beach. IuibruiH- I tiou of this circumstance was sent down to the Cuapcl-street station in order to obtain sonu assistance. Jn the nie-'iiiiimc tiie 12.4.5 tram troni Jleib-jnrne U- Urigiiton, also consisting of an engine, 'three carriages, and a break van, left tUn tertiiiius in Flinders-street. On arriving at Chapel-street they were made aware of the mishap which had be£Jlen the Brighton ?-?^-tiuiu. Sir. Sacre, the traffic miKer, at once resol\ td to proceed on to render the assistance rciiuired, us at this time no intelligence had been received that the ciigin.; of l!ie uj--train had been asr-in placed on the rails. Ketwcen the Balaclava and Elsiemwieli stations tiiere is a curve which precludes the possibility of seeing a train iiiivdiicing at any distamje, and 'all cloag ti.'.s ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. May 31st. 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

MELHOUKXE. Saturdav. SLiv 31st. 4 p.m. Tlie As-=ombiy has passid the i-stimates for salaries in one item. The Speaker's salary is to be raised to ill.^X!. The case of llowic v. A rew still «n. Tlic jnsti)ii'atiou in making o:-.i;-iiry into the management of the Yarra ii^-nd Asylum for the hist cijjht y«.irs. Weather continues wet and cold.

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OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

OTaC'O. Via Melbourne, we are in receipt of news to tbe ATth instant. The intelligence from the gold-fields it- for die inosi yiirt of an un interesting .character, i. new gold-field, pained d^e Highley Diggings, is said to have been joiseovered.' The following is die ujncial report concerning it : — '- Mounted-eonstabje Stratford j-ejiorte, f,.r die information of die C»niuiiEsioner of Police, baj iu' on the Sth instant proceeded from Waikouaiti to tbe ^old-Selds recently reported to have hscn discovered by Mr. ICailcy, arrived there on Friday evening; distance Jxom Wikouaiti about forty-six miles. On Saturday morning visited the miners in Timbrel] s Gullv\ twuuty^ine in number; two parties only sluicing, viz., O'Brieu's party of six, and Kelson's party of five; the ..then, were prospecting Ui diffcrcntdircctious, not having tlie necctsari, articles required for sluicing. O'ltrieu's party had about three quarters of an ounce in a pannikin of coarse rough gold, which they stated to ...

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NEW ZEALAND. THE COROMANDEL GOLD DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

KEW ZEALAND. THE COEOMAXDEL GOLD DIGGrXGS. Bt the Agnes Jessie we have three days later from Auckland, her dates being to the lUdi instant. In noticing the Coronuuidcl district, die A'eir Zralanda- states that recent advices confirm the n-.ports of the productiveness of the diggings there, and material proofs of the results of labor are to be seen. Uf this much there is no doubt, that some of die parties employed at die Coromandel have done exceedingly well. Unfortunately, die \-iece of land on which die richest deposits of gold have been ascertained to exist, is dial which is known as Paul's hind, and it is die only portion of the peninsula north of tbe liarbour which die natives have re served from being explored or worked by Europeaus. Nothing, we believe, has been left undone on die part of die Go vcinmeut and its officers, from Sir George Grey downwards, to induce the natives to sell ibis land, or to throw it open to he worked. A price, which some years ago would have appeared ...

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A TRAGICAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

A TCAGICAL STOEY. A letter from St. Petersburg, in the Pro great of Lyons, gives die following details of die death of General Gerstenswcig, military commandant of Warsaw, which, it maybe remembered took place some months since : — ? Three of die aides-de-camp of General Count Lambert, die Emperor's lieutenant in Poland, hearing a loud altercation in die i cabuietof the iattcrbetweeniiunaudticrstcn swcig.enteredfor the purpose of respectfuUy iutcrposuur, but die count, widiout giving them die time to speak, said — 'Gentlemen, I have just been grossly insulted,' and then ' turning to the general added — 'After the ! won! you have just uttered, one of U6 must he dead to-morrow.' * That should lie so,' I replied General Gerstenswcig widi die ] greatest coolness, and the direc officers, who I had entered on a friendly mission, I witnessed the most singular conditions. The laws in .Russia interdict and severely punish duelling, aud, moreover, in die present state of affairs in Poland, di...

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"NON INTERVENTION." [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

?? XON-INTEUVENTIOX.' (From the London Standard.) The letters which Count Cavour »vn-tc from Paris in tbe April of ISW throw a singular light upon the foreign policv of tbe English Liberal party. The policy lias alwavsWn distinguished by its intermeddling charac ter. During tbe period in which Lord Pal incrcton directed it England was constant] v involvcd in paltry and irritating squabble's with her neiirbboirs. She kiilli.ul ^,.,-,11 powers, gave larger ones advice which was not asked, und therefore uidigimntlv re sented, and wasted men and luouey in dis graceful litdc wars in Asia and Africa. His lordship had always a difficulty ou his hands, and the larger part of the commenda tion which his admirers lavished on him was evoked by die dexterity with which he was supposed to get out of bis scrapes. The traditions of die party were faitbfullv fol lowed by Lord John Iiussellaud by Lori Cla rendon. A ' vigorous foreign policv,' which meant constant interference in die concerns of othe...

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THE CANADIAN OIL-WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

THE CANADIAN OIL-WELTJ&. The London Fret Pren (Canada West) of the 19th February reports the discovery of soother great oil-spring. It says: — ' The somewhat celebrated Kr. Shaw, -if Oil-springs village, is not destined to share alone tbe boa -jur and proSts of that remark able locality. Yesterday, Tuesday, the 16th instant, another person, Mr. Bradley bv name, having been boring at a, spot situated abont two hundred varils distant from Mr. Shaw's spring, and having reached to about an equal depth in the rock as he attained, was rewarded for bis exertions by an Tip flow of oil to as extent of 100 gallons per minute. There being no means of saving it, it has overflowed the land, as was the case with Shaw's spriig when it first flew up ; and a pitiable waste is going on. Black Creek has become literally a sewer for oil, and its waters are covered over to a depth of folly three inches with tbe dark green fluid, tbe waste from tbe surrounding wells and springs. The last success ...

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TROUBLE IN PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

TROUBLE IN PRUSSIA. {From the Sation.') Tbeee weeks ago ire Lad occasion to call the attention of our readers to t'ne condition of Germany, and especially to the relations subsisting between Prussia and Austria. Belying on die teachings of former prwe dents, we ventured to believe tbat no dsuiircr til the peace of Eim-i-e could arise out of these rival ambitions. It is very diificalt to move Austrian statesman to adopt -vdia.4 is called in France 'a policy in action;' li'it once they do adopt it, tiit-y adhere to it *? through thick and thin,' and Prussia al ways gives way before a demonstration of force. In this way, however douchty mit^ljt be the diplomatic war najjed farn-ivn the pretenders to German supremacy, owryoue felt satisfied that it could not proceed fur ther. And this general conviction s-«meJ to receive a singular conlirmation by the sudden announcement that the disputants : had come to a perfect accord on the -;onir--- versy abaut Electoral Hesse. Tbeo. and in - deed ...

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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH BETWEEN EUROPE AND AMERICA BY BEHRING STRAIT. SUBSTANCE OF A MEMORIAL TO THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS. Washington, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH BE TWEEN' EUROPE AND AME BICA Br BEHRING STBAIT. SreSTAXCE OF A 3IEM0EIA1 TO THE Uxiteb States Congress. (From the Kaulical Magazine.) Washiugton, 1862. Ik vigtt of the development of Ameri can commerce in ?i.E. Asia, and the idea of overland telegraphic communi cation between Europe and America, I visited Russia twice eince my first voyage to the Arooor, and have pre sented to the Imperial Government the plan t/f the Uusso-Ainerican overland telegraph from Moscow to St. Louis. The Russian Government has re sponded in part to the plan proposed, and authorised your petitioner to sur vey and explore such portions of the proposed route as lie between the mouth of the Amoor River in Asia and the confines of Russian territory in Ame rica. The North Pacific Ocean presents a vast field for our commercial expansion, and though to some parts of it our flag j is no stranger, yet much of it is com paratively iittie known, and but par tially surveyed or sounded. To this ocean...

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