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THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
TUB CAMPAIGN IN VIBGIKIA. The latest uews from tbe army of the Potomac, -per Bed Sea telegraph, states that the Federal ermy retired in disorder from Manasses. The Confederates, under President Davis, have retired, felling back to cover fiichznond, the capital of tie Southern States, devastatiug the ! country, behind them, and 'halted at j Rappham Bock to await the attack of die enemy; The .Federal Army, esti mated at 150,-ODO men, iu advancing found no opposition until arriving at York Town, where they found the Confederate army pasted in an en trenched position of great strength, stretching across the entire peninsula, from Jauias River to York Biver, sup ported by 500 gans, and commanded by President Daria in per^ou. General 31-Lellau's pursuit having beeu stopped for want of means of tran sport, &«.., und his arn.y being utterly disorganised, re-colletted his troops, aud embarked them in transports, and lauded than near Fort Munroe, his ob ject being to turn the jHteitio...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
QUEENSLAND PABUAJtENT. - AlriJaeti from the Cauritr) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, . TCESUAV, JtlE 10. Tbe SPEAKER took the chair at a quarter past threo o'clock. TET1TION. Mr. AVABRV brought up a petition from certain inhabitants ojjjrisbane relative to the introduction of cHEese, and moved that it be received. Tbe motion was seconded by Mr. BLAKE NEF, and' carried. QUESTION. Mr. O'SULLIVAN asked the Honorable the Secretary for Lands and Works,—' If there is any truth in the report published in the papers to the effect that the Govern ment have bought the Horeton Bay Tram way ont of the hands of tha Company, and purpose cronting a Trust to carry out die ioir 'The MINISTER for LANDS anal WORKS, in reply, said that the Government 1 ?were ignorant of the existence of the report forming the foundation of the lion, member's question. At the same time lie might state that a communication hal been received by the Government from the Manager of the Morcton Biy Tramway Company, but no determination...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
F11AX-7E. The French (Jovernment has given pcrmissi»u for the French bishops to prnee»J t-i U »!ue, to he pre«?nt at the cautnization of the Japanese martyrs. The Eiiipsnir has ordered a ^reat redu-juoii in the French army. 51. Mires, who was sonic time aso convicted uf fraudulent transactions in the Stock Market, has been liberated, the judgment of the Court being re versed. The Paris papers have been much engaged with tho discussion of the ques iion of iron-cjscd ships, and have arrived at &2-e «oocl»aM-» ? ckwK dis navml soperioritj' of ~GrM«t Brilaan 'is at an end. ?
IPSWICH POLICE COURT TUESDAY, 10TH JUNE. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. FRANCIS FARRINGTON V. FRANCIS IRONMONGER AND WILLIAM CUMNEE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
ipswicu ruLici; col-et Ictsuir. liJru Jlse. Befoee the Police 3Ja:;ist!ate. FEjtXTilS rABIUXCTON V. FHASCJS lBO3f M0.:i;liU ASI) WILLIAM ClHXEt llus ivas a sutiii;i.i:ts ea-it fora breach of agreement on the ;«rt of the ililei-Jatjt for having nc-lecled tu fuliil his aSn;t:iiient tu saw a quantity .if timber, wberubv the plaintiff bad been put to serious expense and inconvtnieu-U'. Jlr. Micdliter, Jan., ap|wared fur the plaintiff, aad Mr. Thompson for die de fendants. - ' . . Case disJiUied. th3 Bench having no jarisclittioo. iu consequence «-f the inforuia ti.»n hiving Jiuea laid under the old Masters' and Servants' Act, instead of the Queensland Act of lS'Jl. DAVID COLUarOS V. JAMES CABDES CGLUXS. A summons case under die Masters' and Servants' Ac£, for lulsaue of wa^es. Mr. Cuilins atipear. J for the plaintiff Mr Cbnbb for (be dsfesidant. David E ji!est»a, Leia^ duly sworn, de posej as fuiloxs: I was in die eaiplovuient of the d^feadasit froai the IStb June.' lbGl, till the :15th...
SHIPPING DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
SHiPi'nsra DEPAUrUHSS. If USE 9. — Telegraph. fct.-uaer, 700 tons. Cap tain O'Hoillv. for Seiner. Passeuiers^ Tha Csv. \V. Slatj-i.-,' Mrs'. Ejbius#a~, Mrs. jLidger, and sii chili-en, Miss Haeg, M;*.«rs. Edwards, Hsv, 0. Dick, Pyrne, S. Tujtujisciii, S. Jljrtaa, JLiaiiin, Fiood, M. BaUer. T, Butler, 1JL TLojiusoiv E. Mills \V. B. Eobiasj:i, S. Ilavis. Cliaanci. S. Fra-iklani P. X. Huiscll, A. .Ledger, iud 15 in tha steerage. June 10.— Cl-trence, stea-aier. Captain Cottier, for the Xorthcrn Ports. Passensrsrs — Mrs. Junes and Jitter Ijiic-f, Mrs. Har tley. Messrs. BiigL, (Cunuuaiidiat of Native Police^, A. M'lieuzie, S. lii-M-go, Larasou. Sflona;in, CVitr, Lciz, Iki.-.:V, Usrar de Srtt^e. Col.jyhuuu, (Uptain M-Henciy, ami twenty in tile sUjer.ige. June 1:1 — liacL-asljui staimer, 257 tons. Cii-taia 1'ainllo. for tiio X ?irtbrru Ports. Ptti^ensjrs— JIcssis. V. L, Orr, .1. Fetrie, It Dji^w, ills. iK-acry, ami scwra! others iv Ji**ao u -niiss wcrj nai a-^^rtiLlaabic at the time of her d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
Cije fMl Australian, OlTEESELiKD GENERAL ATHTSRTIHRK, TS published on Tozsday. TncESDiV, ana X Batvupah mornings, and forwarded to (C-oautry Subscribers by the earliest nulls. Ttias or sonscBrrrios. Per Quarter, la advance .,...,-, ?«. ' ' ' : SOth June. 80& Scptcajoer, and 51st Decem ber, at which periods only can resignation be received. Notices of'reiijrnatiun will not be attended to unless given in writing. Subscribers will be cbar»ed from the lUte vif commencing their eiibscriptioni, TEKjn OJf 4.DYHRTISW6. a. A. T«ro linen, or under a quarter of «n incli., ? I 0 ?Four Hues, or under half an inch .... t 0 Six Hues, or uuder three-quarters of an inch -- ? Z 6 Eijiht lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Kvery additional eight lines, under an inch ? , ? , 1 0 TEBMB OF DISCOCST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 'S cent. 13- „ ? , 15 ., ?G „ ., ? S5 .. The number of insertions must be written on tlie face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until couutannandiil, and A-Uar^v...
The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
-L'k ,|Ijrtj) Australian. rrsn/ci:, rur&sfiA r. jcxe iz. i*s±. 5'ucn di:t-u£-ioD lias vf late taken place ua the qULitit;a of Oeucral Kdacation, and a fine atuily Lui Iten afibrJed to the nbserv^r iu reviewing tbeopmiona pit forth, datsctia/ the poiats glozed uviS', au J thu ctseutiai parts suj;pic=^ed by the various wrltei-sajad speakers wlio have entered into the arena since tlie di&niiiisal of the late Board of General Education. Cenua ot oar coittcmpor.inoa who agree to ffifer on every other suLject are in Etfict unity on the question of Etliicatljn. Z^eitlier olfieial mesmerism ou tLe oae side, nur, on the other, tho kaowleiige thiit the opinions of one-L&If the people of the colony are opjKigei to tue iujIs of carrying out the i'rimary Schu-}:s' Aci partaed by the late Board, appears sufficient to sever journalists on this subject. It may hereafter be worth the trouble t J enquire into tho cause of this unity mid examine whether the basis on which it is...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
-oi:ce; x«j co«ai-;i'oM)hX'ia. ' r*Ip.-'7iC3 atoXo .'Jijra23.'^A3tboug5; we ar:-.:.- wit'i ai i*t of yoor strictans, tbe p.-r-i:n are s- lied-^el al;;-uj )jy pro cifl -:ir. tint it not:!d [n.:.k like a breaej ff t:u ji--.pri.-rr i'-.« fac-kate t^- sjie.ii .-.r.!.c.i. S!hV.:ik-=s. Uiitr:itia-..I^«-, a:il ii-T-stUude in: qujHties ibat ^ive t!i -ir -'-les ii u;ii.-a»ial7lj untorltty; aai. iSrb. i^U m- oi^uiueut be breathed, the ink ^adtLi shmj they invariaiiy eii..-it i; th; exprcss-ya of satire silent but cutrinj. They arc jvoith uo mi-rj.
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
-vOTBS /iTfJD JN1EW& Mode Kiveb Steam-Boats. — It is cur r-:ntly reported that Captain Towns iuter.ds putting upon the line two new swift steauiers, tu ply between Brisbane aad Ips iricli, t-i replace tho boat belnuging to \\\.n at pru-stnt running fn-m and to tbose places, if this be so. it is to be Imped that it reduction will take place in thz fires, which at present are estravacautlv bisHi. Tlie same distance and something over is ran by steamboats between Melbourne and --relong for four shillings, return tickets six shilliugs : this is iu the cabin ; wl.ilkt here goin; to and returning from Brisbane, yon are mulcted in die very modest sum of 16s. Siippnsing all tilings tu be JJjna], irhicb th--y An-. not, the latter charge would he consider ably too hi^h. The (rjehms lutats have to use coal brought fn'!i) \. ?. Wales, at a lar.^e cast. h*-re they are on the spot, aad the wear aad tear of tli s fnnui:r must hi much luore considerable when the rt»U£h weather thtfy liave s...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
COMMKBOIAL. Consols, 93$ to 94. Xo alteration in bauk shares. Wool, ^The recent rates can scarcely he looked for, particularly for Port Paill'p, on which ft decline of three half pence ta twopence may be anticipated. Other deacriptiorw are expected to mniu tain tbe prices of the lad wries of sales. Hides ace in limited demand, one farthing lower. Australian ekins in request, at an advance. Tallow firm.
SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
syosev. Slondav. 6 p.m. ifnm tbr Coutut.) It is reported that the tranmwd to Ifotanv. long since l»rojcct«d. will shortly lie emi ra^qced, thu directors of.thj coiupany bar- ? ing been appuinted this afternoon. The SuprumeCoart has this day suspended an attorney far two months, forrcmisin^si in money matters connected with tlie inte rests of his clients. Tnesday, 6 p.m. Another gold rush has taken place near (xuni.i^ai. and tbe progpects of the diggers are good.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRISBANE. Wednesday, 6 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
XmAZCEST HSrTELXiIOElN'CE RR1SBANK. (fioM OCB OWS COBBESPOSDEST.) Wednesday. 6 a.m. TnsColonl*! Beeretwy stated in tbe Legis lative Assembly this afternoon, with refar enco to Mr. Warry's matton. for|»riiiting»iie petitioppreccnted oy him yesterday, relative to the introduction ofChiuejeilrtnthecolony that the three bundroa who «rrivcd.*fow (lavs since by die I^ord Lynihnrst. hai all |ni4 tbeir .'i»n rxt£Si^-'», and bad made Brisbane tbeir part of rt.ib«rkatioii, en route overland, through Queensland, to New Sooth Wake, for tin poxpomot ?nSng the ?mil tit. niiicli they wonld Iw B.;hjii-tcJ to if tbey lauded at any of die ports if teat eol'jny. Sitoations ha* bueo offered sereral and been refused, thfl whole of them having Kf'. their conntry for the pnr;-usc of gotag t... the di^inngs -if Van- Soutli Wales. They J»ml :d this innrninj; and Jinve since ba?'.» ln^-.tei in t!ir Iinmi rnrion Dujiot, jiut will cons neqcc tiiiir oyarlaud journey liiis Bi'cniug. Tiia' travcryment hare iiitm....
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
ITAfcV. Garabaldi is uursuing i»u triumiihal inarcb thron^u NortJicrn Italy, organ ising associations jn all ]the principal towns. He is even'where receivc4 with immense enthusiasin. Thirty thousand Italians have peti tiiiued the British Goyernment to em iilov its influence in obtainine the with drawal of the French troops from Rome. Brigands arc again assembled in great force on the Neapolitan frontier, where they have been reviewed by the ei kiug of Naples. Lord Palmerston's speech on Italian affairs has caused a profound sensation in Italy. King Viet jr Eiiuijtiucl has gone to Naples. ?
REPORT FROM LIEUT, HEATH MARINE SURVEYOR, OF A VISIT OF EXPLORATION TO THE MOUTH OF THE BURNETT RIVER. Brisbane, May 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
DEPORT FUOM J.IECT. nE\TH ! MAKINE SURVEYOR. OF A VISIT OV EXPLORATION TO THE 31OUT1I 01? THE BURKETT1 (fIVEE. ? Urisbane. JI.iv 2. 1862. =»«R. — l have tlie honour to report for the information of the Government. tl*«t on tlie. ? l-)th ultimo I left TyrnMim. at the mouth of the Mary Uivcr. ior tl»e entrance of the Buruutt, in the email' decked boat belong ing t.) tlie Jiiirliour dciiartmcut at Wide Bav. ? The weather was then fine but squnjlv. and tbu wiudfnim tbe si»«b -cast ward. As flic night drew on the wind and sea hoth iu crcasud to such an client as to render 5l ml. visabk torunfuitiiertoJeen-ardtiiao f then was alhiut 30 miles, and just ixtitrc dirk I ' lmu!«l up for Hie lee of -Jre,a Saudv Island i I there found good shelter and giwd ! anchorage for ships o.f anv dimensions dm-- '? iug 5out*i-eastcri.v or easterlv »»b4j l\ bave also reason to bope that a semccible ' channel wiU be found aljng the .V. V. 8hore j of this .slan.1. round Sandy Puint. which wUpjo™ ofpsat benefi...
OCEAN THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
GCKAXJxisrj&iaHfcH Y. -^OS'fa'SWaP'WiWIBr*™' «., i yacht F..x. in 1BW. to aseartMKIfl^ pTictit ability -if tlie nortlicrn ^oute. .-.5 luarine surveyor, delivered an interesting lecture oa i 'Oecan Tcicsrapby' nt Plymouth, a few ' days ago. Si«akiag -.f Wegr-iph cables j he said : — ** They have been e«»nsin:cred a* i if tljt'V «crc meant to be nii.l n,,t ,-r . I drawing-j-oum wicdow. There is not a sailor's cable amongst tbem. These cables arc beautifully constrt;cti!a. and ci-t a fault can be foundln the regularity with which tlie component parts arc put together. Their specific gravity is well Ascertained; tliBV weigit so much in air and so niucb in water. But the question is. ate they prac tical botb \rit!i regard tu stowage- on board ship, and paying out, also regulating that paying oat in a heavy sea ; iu fact, getting the caW.v t.) the ground witUo:it injurv? I say 1 believe they are not; aud I also be Jiei-c that the iron wiru whieb is meant to give such enormous stre...
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862
PRUSSIA. The goveraaieat have reduced the army. A hard struggle is anticipated at the approaching elections. Tim Universities of Berlin wsd 13ahm have protested against a ruin- ' isterial attempt- to influence their votes, j Great excitement prevailed at Berlin, ! owing to the surreptitious publication ? of a confidential letter from the Minis- -. ter of Finance to the War Minister, j The letter contained an exposition of the difpculties of the Government.