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THE STOCK OF COTTON. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

XliE STOCK OF COTTOX. (Fromtki Times.) Li verpool — The movement of Cotton, since ! the cuinnienccmeut of the present year, dis- | closes very remarkable results, * as wiil | readily appear by an examination of tlie i Autiexed figures, showing the weekly tfuctu- j ation of tbc stock: — { 1S52. 1861. I STUCK. BM.CS. BALES, i Jan. 1 ? G2i2!» ? Sl-5,679 | „ Ki ? 5niW ? SIQAW ! „ 17 ? 5!',:;.33O ? 519,870 j ,.24 ? .Wi.iiS-) ? S9J,73() ..81. .. ? WWW ? fioSt.sao' Eeb. 7. ? SW.IS) ? 719.4J0 ., 1+ ? 52l.»j') ... 7iGAS*- ,,21 ? 479,250 ? 791.21M „ 2S ? 152,4(K» ? bSi.iHO 4M2,250 ff.953.IS9 The stock held at tbe close of last month amannted therefore to only about -53 per cent, of tbe quantitv an Iiuid *t tl-o cor roJpm.j/Djrr-rtorfoi'J'=Gl. Tlic -jn.intitv of American was reduced to lTo.Sso bales, ns compared with --'.l3.:-fO bales last year : and. vrUil.- 367.I.WO Uale» were last v«.-u- at tbU date on the rojui to Liverpool. thU yuartjicro arc only a few cnance warfs and stravB en rotilf. ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

THE KENNEDY. On tbe morning of the 9th instant, tbe Baa Bolt came into port from Sockhampton 'wilit three ««\ft«* accumulated European, and the other usual maUs, and to-day leaves on return. The foliceman, which arrived on the 25th clt. from Sydney,' yesterday moved ti- tbe entrance of the n-irth passage, ?insKijtfflMRy 4a nor aaputm- fct :BftMd Sonnd. In uie vvg of ^business there is f very little doing, and of news worth com municating there is quite as little to be fonnd. Since my list two drnrera of cattle for different stations have passed the Burdekin, for the eastern table lands, and other parties have arrived in different parts of the dis trict with stock. Oue Victorian exploring party bavc alsu returned, after an absence of about twp months. This party penetrated wellinto the country wcsr-iiorth-xest of this place, and express themselves much pleased with the couutry nnoo. which they bavc iitcated. They state that all tr9pic.1l vegetation which charac terise? Uie growth .on...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 12 June 1862

1MPOI;XI»1X-!S' At Ipswicb. fn-ia Boscwooa. Driving and trespass £1 per bead: — Ilay horse, blaze hind feet wliite, RW over tK or S near nUouliiitr ; Ikiv horsu. Mnall Htnr. nunr fore Bhi hind fee* wlilte, likv y± near *lsoulder From Bundambah. Driving and trespass 2s. CdL per head :— J?]witt-5d steer, piece out top of car, like CRC near rump, I) check ; red and white heifer, TL off rump and ribs ; strawberry steer, split «p near Cjir, brand off ramp not legible ; spotted steer, piece on' off car, \V3 off rc.iap ; white Rtccr. red spots, piece off off car. like brands off ribs not j legible ; red st.«r, top oft' both ears, like CO mar ribs, C off ribs ; *trawb-.-n-j- heitcr, JB off rump ; strawlierry steer, like HS till'ribs : strawberry heifer, top ofi' on' car. Hit off rump. From Fas=ifern. Driving aud trespass f I per bead :— Brown iillv. bind feet white, star, \\X near shoulder; chesnut horse, j streak down face, O over JV (writing let ! tcrs) off shoulder; bav ponv marc, star, ...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

PUBLIC MEETING AT IMiAVTU-V. A meeting of parties interested in tho welfare of die town of Drayton, was held at the Irishman's Arms on Saturday evening last. There was a. very good attendance on the occasion, aud all seemed bent on the one object — that of advancing the interest of tlie town. Ou die motion of Dr. Armstrong, which was seconded by Mr. 1). Barry. Mr. lland eoek rook the chair, aud commenced by reading the advertisement from the 'J'oo icoomba Citronidt convening the meeting. The chairman then said perhaps some amongst them, would endeavour to tiiroxv cue some suggestions with reference to die object of die meeting tiiere £k*t ^veoin^ fle {the OhoirraanJ chongfit thel meeting with reference to die Municipality business was rather premature, as they could not do anything until tiicy were 'proclaimed a municipality by the Government, which, he was happy to say, would now be shordy douc. lie woulj, however, hear anv re marks diat might be made with reference to the matter. ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEUULY. VTcnxESDAV, Jrxc 11th. Tlic SPEAKER re.i 1 prayers at 20 minntes past 3 o'clock. MILITIA BILL. Mr. BLAKEXEY presented a petition from the inhabitants uf Brisbane against the }[i!itia Jttlll. and moved its reception, which motion was seconded by Mr. O'SCLLIVAX, and carried. COURT HOCTSE. TOOWOOHBA. Mr. WATTS, pursuant to notice, asked the Hon. the Minuter for Lands jind Works tljt: folloirtug q-nvsrions :— ?? lias the con tractor of the To(nv...-iuba Court House begun his contract ; if so, what time, will he take to unith it ? \V.is the contractor bound in any penalty to complete his contract in any givc:i time? What quantity of tlie bricks cartel oji tiie around have been sold or in other ways disji.^ed of? What time have the bricks boeu jv.idy for delivery at the place they are now making tli-.:u.'and what number of men lias the contractor at ?work ? The MINISTER for LAKDS and WORKS stated iu n-ply. tliat the C mtractor for the Toowooinba Court House has begun...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

QUEENSLAND PART.7ATffy.wr (From die Courier and (7unr.finn.l legislative council.. Wednesday, Jcxe 1L Tee PRE51DEXT entered tUo House and read prayers at ten nrin:ites past threo o'clock. WITHDRAWAL OF MOTTOX. Dr. HOBBS said that he had observed on the records of tliu House fur last year a dis cussion on the subject «f which he had given notice. He would, therefore, with draw his motion. IXSOLYEXCY BILL. The ATTOBNISY-tiEXElt AL moved the second reading of this hill, aud in doings so entered into an explanation of the princi ples contained in it. The hill had been approved of at home, and had been adopted in on: of tbeso colonies, and although there was some dilTereuce between this hill and the one in fores in the old country, this wo:jW be found to answer the requirements of die colony. After a further explanation of die bill,' the Attnrney-Ueneral moved that Its committal should stand an oilier uf the day lor Thursday. Mr. 'GALLOWAY objected to this hasty inode oC procedure, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

WANTED, by an experienced person, a situation where ho may have die management of a cattle station; has had twenty years' experience amongst cattle, and understands spaying. Address, Super intendent, Mr. Hanson's London Tavern, Brisbane-street. Satisfactory references can be jriven. BDYM. '^^^^^f HOTEL, TOOWOOMBA. W. n. GKOOM HAVING obtained a licenso for these extensive and commodious brick premi ses, recently occupied by Mr. F. Mole, fcegs to inform his friends and die public gene rally, that it is now open as a First-class Hotel. The whole premises hare undergone a diorongh repair. Contracts arc taken for die erection «if LAliGE and SUBSTAN TIAL OUTHOUSES snd BtLLIAKO BOOM, and no efforts or expense have been spared to render it an efficient and con fortahle Hotel. Attached to die premises are WELL GRASSED PADDOCKS and SECURE STOCKYARDS, the latter being capable of yarding one thousand head of tattle. Parties travelling with stock, who put up at die hotel, trill be allowed die us...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

Cije |lcitlj Australian. irswwu. SArcsnAi: juxe u. is«2. HowiiV'EK small may hare been our previous estimate of the statesmanship j of the Colonial Secretary, we certainly I were not prepared for the disjilay of j ^jrc-tiniiition and ignorance that made j up his opening sjwesh on uioviug the scu-jud' reading of the Kleetoral Bill. A spaech more replete with aVurd de ductions, untenable assertions, flimsL-y sophistries and marked egotiijn, never was uttered by any one laying claim to political 'knowledge in the nineteenth century. We know some Asssinbliis where his doctrines would have been voughed -lj\vn as the ru&oscitated ruaun- ] derings of some country sfjttirc of the ' tiuieofQueen Anne, who, under club post ! /jrcnrfictiiiflucucpjjeteriaiuedtoxstouisii ! the world and the House ; and where liii unfuuaded nascrtHnii, would have not only met withsharp aud well merited re buke, but with the stigma of an attempt to deceive the Hoase uot to be readily forgotten or furgivea....

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A CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

A CONTRAST. Rib. — Can yon inform me what is die difference between seducing population from a colony, and conniving at its bring robbed of a legal tax amounting to £3000? Sometime since our legislators refused to give inducements in Land Orders to immi grants from tlie neingbourinccolonies. on die ground that the course would be inneigh bourlv. The same gentlemen, however. have within die week given lodging, and puards. uud connived at 2GG Chinamen «n dcavonring to evade the poll tax of New South Wales, by allowing Queensland to lie made aback door to die sister colony. Con sistent, verv! ? KEW SOUTH WELSHMAN.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday, June 11th. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

i . a TP.gr UMT.I2IjLK3E.MGE iProm the Guardian.} SYDNEY. W&iudsdav, June 11th. The BouiKiy left Melbourne tljis morning at davbreaU for SvAncy. Tiic Telejrrapli win leave for Brisbane with die Ei:disli itails on Saturday at noon. You will 1» able to reply to corres pondence. ?' m Mr. Martin lias been addressing tbe Le pislativc Council, at tbe bar, against the BInnicipalitlcs Act Amendment Act. Sir. James Vtckery, the well known ina nnCictnrer of bouts and shoes, has suspended payment A gold rush lias bacn inmdc to a spot near Gundagai, tils prosrteots of which are cousU dercd excellent. (From the Courier.) TUarsdRV. June 12, 6 pjn Tbe Queensland Debt A-ij;isttae,ai BtH. ana the BUI to AMisii State Aid, have both 1 been read a first time. ', The Southern and Western gold escorts have brought down over 15,0t-3 ounces. At Ebsvrorth's sale or produce to-day, an English telegram received liy tliat finu. reporting a decline in the rates 'of wool and taUnw, caused Imycrs to deter...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR STRANGERS IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

T iETrRT'° T^~» T--M-C-. TmnvTB. STHAKGEBS IN THE HOUSE. Snt. — Would it not be triBe for die Assembly to take die opinion of tbe Law Officers of die Crown on the question, how the presence of Messrs. Sand.Mimu and Fleming in the House will effect the Acts of tbe present Session? Had the Bill to remove Doubts, Arc, passed the Council, and received the Governor's Assent, the affair would liavo been settled, no matter how questionably ; hut die Bill having been shelved in die Council, there remains only die negative of the Assembly to Mr. Jones' motion ajrainst die clear reading of die Act of the British I'arliamcnr. The legal point appears to be a knottv one : and as it iv.nild not look well to call on die British Parliament for another Act to cure Queensland Legislation, die matter should be looked to at once. LEX

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Reuter's Latest English Telegram. (VIA SUIZ AND JURAI.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

Beater's Latest English, 'f eleeram. (VIA bfUZ ASH JUBAI_) (Fra?a Veitereay't Courier. ) Renter s gupji.enientarv telegram, bv way of Suez and JuInu, in the lied Sea, fur nishes tho following additions! items of GKEAT BRITAIN. The opening of the Urwat Exhibition was a complete success. The concourse ofsnuc tators vths immense. Miitimi ta.Uow was quoted at £io, and bei-fat£M. [The frtresoing should, we presiuue, be dated fro;n Loadoii, May 4, but our fcluTAin does not give the date.J

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, TllCBSDAY. JrXE 12. The PRESIDENT took die chair at twenty five minutes past 3 o'clock, and opened die proceedings with prayer. MESSAGE FBOM THE ASSEMBLY. A message was received from die Legis lative Assembly, intimating that, in accord ance widi a request of die Legislative Coun cil, leave had been granted to C. W. Blake ney Esq., member of die Asscniblv. for the turposc of being examined before the Privi lege Committee of die Legislative Couueil BOARD OF EDUCATION. Dr. HOBUS, pursuant to notice, asked the llonorablo the Attorney-General, ? ?? If die Government had any objection to lav upon die table of this House, die correspon dence diat has recently taken place between them aad die Board vf Education The ATTOESEV-GKXEltAL replied that die Government had no objection what ever to lay tbe correspondence referred to on tlie table, although he believed at the sauic time diat the whole of die corres pondence was already ou the records of the 1 House. . J Dr. HOBB...

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

PRUSSIA. Tlie elections throughout I'nissia have terminated in a decided victory fur tile libe ral party.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

Thursday, Junk 12. The SPEAKER took (he chair at twenty five minutes past thrue. BBIDGE AT GATTON. In reply to Dr. CHAIXIXOB. the SE CRETARY for LANDS stated that the work in the Bridge at ttatton bad not yet been finally passed or taken out of die hands of tlie contractors. Mr. Kochericht (Chief Draftsman), who, under tho di rection of the late Engineer o Boads, made plans of the bridge, and framed the specifications in the first instance, bad, from time to time, during the progress of the work, inspected the bridge On die 13th March he inspected it, aud found the 'curbing' had not been done according to specification; be ordered it to be altered, and did not finally pass it. Oa the 2?th May a telegram was received from the Contractor, stating that the bridge would be completed on the 3lst May. Mr. Jtnehricht inspected it on tliat day, and found 'one brace rotten and plugged.' He ordered a new one ia Sis place. Thesealter ations are both, done (according to terms of contract) at th...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

AME11ICA. .New Ioee, AibiL 17.— General Giants report of tlie battle at Corinth is unsatis factory. He cmntvjtes his loss at fifteen hiuidrcd (lii'M). al'-l three thousand rive huu dren (3-'RiO) vouudud, atui t^o luia Uso uf sevi'ral'guns. * ' Bcaun^ard, the Confederate Genera!, clsimc to have won a great victory . He .umimuees the capture of ten th--;;s&»2d prisoners, together irirh thirty-six iriitis. -3encoil al'Cielian was stul nrcnoiine to attack VorkTotvn. Fort Tillan u:is beintr bombarded by -^.):n- mander Dupont's squadron. Missi jsipjii, April 21. — The Federals liav.; occupied Newinarket, and attacked Forts J:ick.sun and l'iiiilip, which guard this ai» linstrhvs to Kew Orleans. Mfleilan had shelled York Town, but without producing any effect.; The federals wure'raiiidh-'advancing in the direction of Uidunoud. the capita! .if the Confederate States, and had occupied Frc dsrickslmrg iu their progress. The Confederates liavc retired from tbe Shenaudoah Valley to Uoldo...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, 13TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE. FtlUAT. 13TM JCEX. {From Our own Carres pandad.) The SPEAKEB took the chair at tmtntv minutes past teu. MEDrCAL ACT AMENTJMENT BILL. On die motion oftbeCOLOXIAL SECUE TAEYtlic House went into Committee ou this Bill. TbeCOLOXIAL SECBETARYexplaiued as he hud before dime, on die second reading of the bill, that the reason the bill was sent back from the Home Government was, because iu its original shape it in fringed upon *he Privileges conferred upon medical men by die Imperial Act. Tlie proviso introduced into die bill before the House by tbe Ci-uneil, also bethought would infringe ou those privileges, but the sugges tion iiind-j on the second rending of die bill by the bosi. member for Warnick would meet the case, :md if that lion, member wtiuld now bring fonvcrd that suggestion iu die »Uij!e «f amendment the Government would support it. Dr. CKA1XIXOR read certain amend ments, aud spoke at some length iu favour of diem. Sir. JOXES then moved his amendments, wii...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

SHIPPING. ABBIVAL. Jcse 12.— Bdclutiia (s.). Wi tons. Captain Trnuton, from Sydney 9tk instant. Passen gers — Dr. aud jlrs. Jenkins, sis. children, a ;i.l tw.» servants. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kafl; Miss Holdsaorth, Miss Hunter, Mr. »nd Mrs. MDousall aad servant. Mr. aud Sirs. M-Iatyre. Captain ilaeliosk, M sow. Colics. B. L. B.irfc:r, Dijkeus. A. Cjaipi^ue, J. Foote. Brookes, Sirs, ii.-eaf;!!. Missus G.eu foll (2), ilaswr *«.-jnfoli. aad 4 euillrett. Mr. W. Perry, and 33 in ths st-^a-age. DEPABTCEES. Jcsc 12. — Lord Lyndharst, shin. 510 tons, Captiin Abbott, tbr McllKiurnc. Psssen jors 17 ia the sUira;^ (Odintsj immigrants.} TOPOKTS. BalclutUa: 2 cases sardines. 1 case jiTekles - 1 casejaiu, 1 ca« salmon, 44 cases fruit, 5 bags onions. H. 3a!c jek ; 1 ca=- chi.-ary, 11 ba^s potatoes, 3 bags onions. 20 lia^s liran, 20 cases oil, S packages, Cribb and 1'ootL- ; 1 trunk. It, Miugh*n; 6 bags salt, 4 boxes soap, Z casks currants, 4 cas?s whiting, 2 kess apples, 2 cases lobsters, 2 cases sardin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

QUEEXSULNT) GENERAL ADVERTISER, IS published on Tuesday. Tbceedav, and Saturday mornings, and forwarded to ? Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. u-* * tebms op BOBscstrrios. If- Per Quarter, in advanc* ? 9s. fc' JVrQnarter, credit ? 10s. ?t Single Xuinbter ? 6d_ BHk, - Tn* Quarters terminate on tlio 31st March, KSBKQth June, 30tB September, and 31st Deeein Bfc'lWalflBc_BL-'W^','*^*':f'rft»J' only «u resignation ? not be attended to -unless given in writing. Subscribers will be charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. Ttaas or ADTKtnsrsc. s. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch.... I 0 Sir lines, or under three-quartets of an inch ? ? 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 8 0 Every additional eight lines, under au inch. ............. .....-..-? 1 0 TEBMS OF DISCOCST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 'g cent. 13 , „ ? Iff „ 26 ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written wn the tack of each Advertisement, or it Trill b...

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