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THE TASMANIAN EXPLORING EXPEDITION—MR. GOULD'S SAFETY AND DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

THE TASMANIAN EXPLOEISG- 1 EXPEDITION— ME. GOULD'S j SAFETF AND DISCOVERIES. Otte last advices brought us infor mation of the safety of the ?cKplorattou party under Mr. Gould. Since then despatches nave been rsscirei from t'jat gentleman. The H. T. Meicury of tlie 14th says : — 3&. Gould., it appeals, hasexperienced no peril, arising from lack of provisions, or from the difficulty of the way over which he has journeyed, although suffering severely at times from ex haustion, S'o one, liowevor, can road his narratire Tritbont feeling what true cause there was for all the anxious fears that have prevailed as to the fate of the sarveying party. It happened with singular ill-luck that the vessel which brought us the first intelligence calcu lated to create alarm, left Macqusrie Har1)3ur a few hoars only before 31r. Gould arrived on the coast. Knot the most interastiog, decidedly the most impartaat part of Mr. Goaid's despatch, is the saaoascement of his discovering f. rich minera...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

WANTED. * HOHSK-BKEAKKK. JoL. A Mau aad Woman for the kitchen. Also. A Man io cook and milk. Apply at oiiCe. I WALTER GRAY & CO. I Ipswich. 9th June, 1SG2. ' WAXTKD. by nn cspericnccil person, a ! situation where he may bave the management of a cattle station ; lias had twenty years' experience amongst cattle, and understands spaying. Addnws. Super intendent. Sov-Tei^n Hotel. Little Ipswich. Satisfactory reference can lie given. WANTED, a GEXEltAL FEMALE S4ERVAKT. Apply. THIS MOUS ING, at tho office of WALTER GUAY and CO. Ipswich. 10th June, 1SG2. 0VEESEEE. WASTED, a SHEEP OVEBSEER for Hawkwood. Apply to KAMS.W and JOPP, Gayndah, Burnett. .. cuteenslakd lodge. * ?9: ? AX AN' ESIERGEXCV MEETING will take place on WEDNESDAY, JUKE llth,at rsharji. By order of the W. 31. A. GASKAETH. Secretary. To the Shareholders of the Ipswich Branch of the Queensland In surance company and Provident Institute. /'I ENTLEMKN'.— Having, fit your (h-t VT general lueetiosr, been nominated as Surve...

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ROCKHAMPTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

P.OCKHAJ4PTON MAHSKTS. ' the foluunn,; circulars axe taken from the £oth«ti.*pton litdietui ot Jhe Uttst date:— : M. Worraald reports :— Siacc last issue . bnt its transactions can bs qnotod in ;..c ho^e owrket, sud which may be accounted for !-r t'at regular .lay sale Seiag p-afitpoaed i-i caa^jquence ot' »he hjlidav. ami s^vcrcl havers holding i-ick for Sir.' Bator's mot to oe offered th;s i\y. A verv vccfnl !ot of horses were odTeredun MondaV, bnt buy ers ytm Kzne. sad ei3ht 'head oulv cbsn-eJ han-Js; the prica obwined wrrj h^c-er, «o«our-.5inF. A geqeral dnl'Hess n trade hu be,:,! perscptiWe during the vtxk. Qjocaticas uaaltejed. ^??-*,c:'t!?e-rThe ^rket 'bare. and stock o. this des^FU^a would intct with rouiy Wnrkin- bnUorks aro more inqu=red aftar. aLQ L-y in &z mat-^st. wen-^^11'2 ia *'**' marief- »-o«ih Bhd, T.Wd aii Co, report u fo!|OW6:_ iv set hie . r'., a;ai-*,-5a cras£aaeace oVno great r^.^t of s:r^ ^.^ ^,pn ^^ b-r 5/t''!sai!;,fer -Md rcaiitere have *»-*.»?}' dr...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

MAIL AIIHAX6EMRSTS AT THE ? PO$T QFfc'ICE. row tons. I ''?' ''s1 « i uu juoute ii ~ ? [ irsinca. | imrica. Basun 1 l-«Iy. Sundaj n- !Dailr. SondAT cx ToOTtxiMi I iTl^?w- I1-3J » m-fThntidar ami Saa fl Ft-4jt, 8 p-ia. dxy. Spja. f| Frtoj -.Sjila. |-»»y,Spjn. Wunrnn I jMMid«r. li=0 pjn-iThtinailj -se «lin (I TTjut*Jir,Sp.nu; d»T.5o.m. hj5A3ta-' tTuaayr, f pjn. rSanitr, S pm. The for«irning Hails arrivd at their desti nation us follows :— BfllfBAKE .. .Daily. Sunday esceptcd, 10 a.m. Toowoomba 'iVcdaoedar, 11 a.m. ; Satur day, 5 p.m. DatTTOS ? Wednesday, noon ; Satordsy. 6pjn. Waswick .. lutoBtiav, 4 pjn.; Saturdav, llaja. Kakasgo . . Friday, noon. Toe following Mails are contingent fir ti:ue on tin arrivals of the steamers; and for tiese such arrangements are made as ate most liktly to njeetpnbJieooarenKnee.riz ? Jttaryboroosh, Gladstone, and Bockhami) ton, every jjternat.; Sunday or Mon day, as notified in th« IncaJ paners of th«- previous Fridav and Saturday. New- S juth Wales and '...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

IJU'OL'NDISkGS. At Ipswich, from Rosewood. Driving and trespass £1 per head: — IJav horse, blaze, hind feet white. EW over nc -vr 8 near shoulder; baj- horse, small star, near fore and hind feet white, like q near shoulder and check. From liundanil^h. Driving and trespass 2s. 6d. per Kail : — Spotted steer, piece out top of car. like CHO near rump. D cheek; red and white heiier. TL off rump and ribs : strawberry steer, split up near ear. brand off rump cot legible ; spotted steer, piece offolf car, WJ off rump ; white steer, red spots, niece off off car, like brands off ribs not legible ; red stwr, tup itfbnth cars, like CC near ribs, C off ribs ; sirawberry heifer, JU off rump ; strawberry steer, like BS off ribs ; strawberry heifer, top off off car, HJI off rump. From Fassifern. Driving and trespass £1 per head .-—Brown filly, hind feet white, star, WL near shoulder; chesnut horse, streak down lace, O over Jl* {writing let ters) off shoulder; Lay pony mare, star. J near thigli, Q ...

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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

GAKUENIXG CALESDAK FOB JUXE. Fbctt isv Kitches Gaedev. — Proceed with the prnaia™ of viass, and hoe between cabba.74, canlifluwjr. &-u This should be ftequectly done to the growing crops through the winter. Sow for succession, biv^oli and canlifiower. Flo wee Gaepex Ai-r- ^sbgbbcehs. — As co^l mghu aiay now be expected, scarce pllilts. whish it may be d^iraLIc to Eectire before they are injured, should be carefully covered, when there is the least tanse to apprehend damage. Plant and remove roses, 4c Sec to securing a good stock of cuttings of petunias, geraniums, foschia, for cpriusrnse. Frein. — Sweet potatoes, yams, arrowroot, mnd ginger may now be dne np and used. Clover, lucerne, and all kinds of grass seeds for pastures may still be sown.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE GOVERNOR'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

ZJSXXEB TO TEIE EDUOK. THE GOVEHXOirS LECTURE. Siis — Nothing has more astonished me for a long time than the report of the above lecture in laEt Friday's Timrt. I nerd not repeat tits flunkey ism contained in the first part of the report, but would refer at once to the total impossibility of there having been I upwards of three hundred persons present. Why, Sir, if all the mcmlicni had been there, - they number verv cnnsiderablv below two hundred, and the money, received for ad mission at the door, souiewli&t and near about £];-, more or less, could not represent the remainder to make up three hundred : but as a member of tho coai:nirte.\ and, therefore, somewhat responsible for die arrangements, die person who I suppose re iwrted that meeting, must bai e felt under some obligation to render as good an account as possible of its resulis; bnt if I am right the gentleman in question has very foiisidcrably~ovcrdone it, indeed, so much »o. that with all bis facilities for gaini...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

WEEKL.T CALESDAIt. „„ sj. Sra j Era Umiy jnraH ir^n **r«Ble- bish. j Sim- i ?««». tot m so. ? n. m. i ». K. ,. a. Illorr. anrn Tuertsy-l* « » ' I J» & I 7 IS J M Wed-umiyl-l 8(9 I 1 I !13 S |sii 6 T!mr*l*j IS «M I-J ? i« i i»3)i 9K fttt*r_U ?» * ' IS S 10 20; I* 48 Gtfcndaj M «« i ; 18 t U II ? 11 40 VoD-Ur_u «»U t in j 1om| iio Ik-in- ruiue EBil.Mtting U nleo'tjc* to uu I raw. Bit*»»hT»tH-^-«fcfc»^i««rai»'ii»- - i

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

GLADSTONE. Searcoly anything worthy of being com mitted to writing has transpired since my ?last '. - ? .-.-..???' Our ?' beach preserve is now guaranteed to us,' and certain portions of the land are ordered to be mmrrayad. At this wa hfr» canse to congratulate ourselves, as it would have been a sorry affair for a few individuals to bave monopolised what certainly belongs to the public at large. King's copper mine continues to go a head. Tlie first load from die mine was brought flown here about a fortnight ago. The su;-i*rinto.ndcnt had some fine specimens with h:ni, which he has 'taken on since lor exhibition at Sydney. At Clark's station the other day the people had some rare good sport in shooting and capturing an immense alligator. It was shot whilst lying in a email fresh-water crixk, and af uurwas J* brought on there bv die aid of a team of bullocks. This place all round alioniids in shirk?, but I do uot recol lect bearing of any one of these grim mon sters being caught, thmv...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1862. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Cjje |lort|r Australian. irsmcj/. tc&sbay. jfxe io. i*r,i. LAIBSI tnttbt .T Tr^T?^TCTE J^rom fA« Courier. SYDNEY. Fridav. 6 i-.m. Tlie secouit readme nf the i:e«- «-h!irt-li and Schools I^anus' Hill tras canim! a vecoiul time last night in the Assembly. The funds I toiw derived from the talc of t!ir lands to : be devoted to ctliaastinnal pmiioscs «nlv. [ Tie bill w!|-,:biias Lc«n iutr^uced f'.r the 1 nfcolition of State -aid to Religfoii. ]irn|vs»s I to continue jsabirii:s t» prvFont r?cipitfiitp. I hct Tirchihits any further jrrant. I Maitt. allot Kegaa. v. as hangcii at Oonl hni-n on Wcdne»Jav last for murder The guardsman 'of the W&Hsend train was killed resterdav br an accident -t Ve.v castlc. - - - Saturday Eveuiac. Talleyrand. Archer, atid Exoter ltft'to d»y for ittllKisrne, to contest come of the ensuing racea jn taa^c-jloaj, . '***#t -?$** 1 The A^tricdSt-jralTJoiuraiiv's miners arc still 03 strike.

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

MAHVBOBOCGH. We clip die following items from the Motyborough Chxtmidt :?— - Mr. Sheridan returned to Maryborough tm Monday, after having spent a. fortsight in Honey's Bar. looking out for the immi grant ship. Mr. S. reports haling examined the channels leading Into 'Wide Hay from Uemey's Bay. and fouuAtbcin deep and wide enough to admit of, flbe lamest vessel mS«t comtngto an anchorage at tiic beads of the Mai}'. He also states that he found a coral bank 'near Woody Island, which will afford abundance of material for liuie burn ing- » Duanburah. — Mr. Davidson, district Sur veyor, has just returned from the Northern part of the Wide Bav district, after an absence of several weeks, where we under stand he has been engaged in laying out a township, on the Colan Eiver, about six miles from Ginriii, the station uf Messrs. A. H. and A. Itrovrn. The new township, which will probablv be Hanicd Duanburah. is reported to lie beautifully situated, and several applications havealreadv Iwcnina...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

'notice. 'PERSONS INDEBTED to the Forth 1_ Australian for Subscriptions vr Advcr ! tising, to the 31st Hareh last, inclusive, am respectfally requested to bo i-Bosirr ia the setdemeat of their accunnts. j Agents are r.:X|iiested to nuke immediate remittances aud statements of moneys col lected on account of this establishment. . ' North Australian ' Office, 1 Initriah. ilst May. IS62.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

iSD QUEBHSL&SD GK5EKAX APVBBUBKH, IS published on Tuesday. Thubsdax, and j Satobda.! morning*, aad forwarded to 1 Country Subscribers by the earliestmails. I TEBH3 OF SUBSCBOTIOS. j Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. I Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. J tingle Number ? 60. I .- ?-?-? .The Quarters terminate on tho 31st March, j VvhhShhhBHhmSEmSHHHhI date of commencing their ButacnpboM. 1 - tbski or ADnrenmto. - I ». a. Two line*, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Foot lines, or under half an inch. ... SO Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? «» 8 6 Eight lines, or nnder one inch ? . . 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TEEMS OF DUCOUHT. C Consecutive Insertions ? 10 5g cent. 13 .. ? ' „ 26 .. ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be -written on the face of «ach Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must be paid for previously to publication. Orders countermanding Advertiseme...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

lYIIUrVTRBf-T A, T. Pboduof Eeceii-so.— By Moasrs. G. H. W8san and Co, ?', hogsheads tailnw, fi hides. 4 bundles shecpsljiiit, T. W. & Co. ; 7 bales of wool. G ia oblrag, &?u hid. s. Bv 2Ir. IT. T. Has«lL 10 Isles uf wuol, SS. * Mr. Cockbnrn rfcjsorts the «eU of the stud of thoroughbred bnrses Mongfai to the late Mr. Bridges, for -the total sum of £13 £3 13s. Cd. The entire horse ?? CoiMter ftift,' for flia sum of £300, a.id tho greater ? y grr-5^ofcah»a«fflltoBfc*runIl8eir f &m fjG to '?????F^^^pTr'Tieaa', while the 'average r,f the whole including yearlings and1 other voang stock was £15 l£ -kl. per head. One' year liiurcoltby 'Sir UerraJes.' wa^scMforthe arou of £53 30s. Mr. Cnckburn also reports the sale of 57 head of other horses princi pally draught colts, st an *Terace oJ' £9 *«. fri. aul of the entire dranghtborse 'Mnjor' tor £30. also the thoroughbred entire ''Whalebose' lg months oii, for £40.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

S IS I5» ^I^TiCJ,. AEHrrAL Jcse r.. — Perseverance, schooner, 74 tons. Caji'a''* Sykcs, from Newcastle ind instant. Passengers — 2 ia the steerage. G. 'Haff and Co, agents. Jme o. — Clan^ee, stuamer, Captain Cot tier, final t!.e Northern Forts. l'B-*tnsm —Captain 31-IIenrr, Mr. and 3Irf. Lvids uorou^h, JLassrs. Collins. Kerr, lfligh (Coni m mdaat of Sative Tol:**), Bishop, iky'iier. Jf re. Harley, Mrs. dickies, and 10 ia'the Horace. Jnne {-.— I-rd r^-n-lhcrst, ~!iif- 550 tons, Cipiaia K^Uard.-liilwte, friira lions Knag .3rd April last. . l'sissngers— 3Ir. bardie, and 253 Chinese 'finmi^rentj. Jdne 5? — Cyclone, schooner. 97 tons. Cap tain Hftm&'Xhna Xewcast!-; ?nt! insrant. June S. — Prairie, brig, from llchait Town. bSPAMTEE. J -lne & — Tiue. schouner. 112 tons. Captdu Stewart, for Bichinond Elver, in bslla.t. IMPORTS. Perseverance ; L3,C0C feet hardwood. 100 tags TiiBirc. 50 bci.es soap, 20 1-osru candirF. S0O Braves. 500 sawn paling*. J. and O\ Harris.

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THE NORTHERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

XB3B KtOKTHEBUPOEOS. ? a ? We have papers bj the Clarence from Bockfaampton to the 31st ultimo, and from Blarybonmgh to tbe 5th instant BOCKHAHFTOK. We take the following items from die BmJthotaplm HuUctm :-~ Boat Race. — A two-wired boat race came on' here on Monday last, BIcKaskel and another in one tm.it, and Murphy and Finn in the other. The boats started from the Queen's Wharf, and rounded a boat moored off Crocodile Creek. Tho pulling was good on each side, but Murphy and Finn, baring tiie licbest and the best boat, came in con siderably ahead. Cixs. — By an advertisement in another column it will be seen that it is proposed to form a club in Bockhampton. Those gentle men interested in its formation nre requested to meet .at the Boyal Fitzroy Hotel, on Holiday evening, at nine o'clock. Deato- — Mr. Harm, who arrived in town a few days since, informs ns that Mr. Lang Ehaw. of the firm of Langshaw and Black, died on tbe 21th lost,, on the river Houghton, about siztr miles from t...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

WARTO-ICK. (From Our men Correspondent.) A oojrxiUEBABtx amount of excitement was occasioned here on receipt of the telegram that Playboy, the Canning Downs horse. had won the Maiden Plate, a gratifying piece of intelligence alike to the public* and tbe owner. Wo await the arrival of another telegram to bring us the nciformance of our other Canning Downs horse Strop in the Ledger, whose success we anticipate. We are tutting forward with pleasurable feel incs to our forthcoming races in Julv which it is expected will come off with consider able trtot. We have had fine weather lately, alter mating between warm days and sharp frosty nights ; judging from the tbe thickness of tuc ice which now forma, I may venture an opinion that skates will be in request during mid-winter. Our steam 6otirmill the property of Mr. Clarke, being the first in the district and the second in the colony, id dow in full opera tion. I am of opinion that it will be pro ductive of benefit alike to the inhabitants...

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MONDAY, 9TH JUNE. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Monday. 9tuJcke. Betobc the Police Magistrate. A warrant was ordered to issue for the apprehension of Daniel Downey fur disobey ing the -order of the bench, to' deliver np a horse, the property of William Marstraeller, illegally in his possession. Patrick Connor, charged with drunken ness, was fined 5a. with the usual alternative. Henry Cain, charged with having no law ful nor visible means of support, was dis charged, ou condition of his leaving die town iu twenty-four hours. John Carter, charged with drunkenness, was fined 5s., with the alternative of twenty four hours in the cells. Anuic Carter, charged with drunkenness, forfeited her bail of liw. Stephen Walker, charged with hawking without a license, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced tu pay a fine of £1 aud £s. 2d, curts. to be levied by di stress, or in default to lw imprisoned for fourteen davs in Urisbauc Gaol. James Stanley was charged with having, at Casino, feloniously possessed himself of a horse, the property of Joseph ...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. 7TH JUNE. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and F. North [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

IPSWICH POLICE OOVBX. \ ?', SaKudTv. 7th Joke.. f Boon die I-oliuo M«B«iitr. w. »od 7. K««U -EM,. James Stanley, charged widi being ille» gaily in possession of ahorse, was remanded till the 9th inst. Stephen Walker, charged with hawking without a license, was .remanded U- the 9tb instant. Daniel Callagban, charged rwith havinc no lawful means of support, was sentenced to tine month's imprisonment in Brisbane gaol.

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PUBLIC MEETING TO PROTEST AGAINST THE MILITIA BILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

rCBLIC MEETING TO PBOTEST AGAINST THE MILITIA BILL. The meeting of tho citizens of Brisbane, convened by the Mayor in pursuance of a requisition from several householders aDlI residents nf Brisbane to consider the Militia BilL was held last evening in die School of Arts, when a very large number were assembled ; in fact it was die most densely crowded meeting ever held in Brisbane, there being not fewer than seven to eight hundred persons inside and outside tl.n building. After die commencement of the proceedings there was no liberty of ingress or egress into or from the hall. Tlic Mayor, at a few minutes after seven o'clock, took die chair, and read die ad vertisement convening the meeting. The Bev. B. G. Wilson was called upon to move the first resolution, as follows: — ** That this kiceting, which fair] v represents tlto ^tw**-r* or -tibra -clt^r trf 3srtAb£n«. 4cafras to1 record its ntter disapprobation of tho Militia Bill, now before the Assembly, as being a serious and nnnecss...

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