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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

NOTICE TO OJKUiiSrO.NDKM-e!. A I-!-vee of Thitt::. — The first paragraph, iuoiir conteiiijii-iry's l^st issaJ. is so thar.ictt.-riMic ?u'i:s writer, as ti- require nriiiisr rcfutatiou nur uuuiuieut. Tlie b.»jjject to n-hitrh your lettt-r and the ji.ira^rap!i iv:'irs «;is oue, u'lii^li, a !- | mirting of pciriicity jus a report of a j-ibJic meetia..;. iias tlicrobj1 rtci-ivcd ali tia^ mrtMaa tlwic we are disposed u- give letter. '* * *~''

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

COMMIE acIAL. TiiDuixE KErin-.EU. — By Messrs. G. II. Wilsuu and Ca. : S bales trout. Bmdeiimre ; 1 li.ile wool, AiMertuu ; 3 lul^ shuiisluus. Addertou; 7 bales wool. ET(»; 1 bale a'id 1 {nwket sUe^i^kia*, Woiii'ja ; 11 cas!.s tallow. T. \V. & C. l$v Messrs. i-nnt-in andCJ.t'lS bales «-»:-?, ilbK 1 bale skins, 3ILK ; 2 bJei skius, ii ?»: D. By Jlessrs. Waiter Gray a:ifl i'j^ fur shi^u-cnt }»er Mtiutmorouev : i bales w.k'1, AW ; 3 bales wo.jL N\.«U; 13 bilei wonL St. Olair.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

Smau. Debts Cockt. — The usual nioiithlv Conrt «if Requests was held ou Weduesdav last, before tho Pulice Magistrate and F. ! Kurtii, lisq. Twentv-two cases only were set down fur trial. seVen of which were |*-st- ! iMjned «r dismissed in coiMequci:ce of die 1 Utsiu-h having no jurisdiction. Iu die fol- ' lowing cases vei diets were e:iten-d for the plaintui : — Jlessrs. i'auton v.Joim Lambei-t ' for £7 Se. ; William Uusscr v. Iveliy M-Ki»n, Hi 7s. 6d. ; W. Bessei- v. John Dowa v, t'7 3s. ; H. M. Reeve v. Julm Wilson, £10 'is. lid. ; Mrs. '.ViJlis v. Juha Wilson. i'10 Sa - 3Irs nulSadi-r. £i 5s. ; J. and S. il-Cormaek v. ! Andrew Haliadey, £U 10s.; Alexander ISiilbi v. George JVaiw. £10 5s.; Thomas Deiihaui v. Fiittorini and Co., £1 5s.; Juhu David-inn v. Patrick Mncnamara, £7 L5s.; Owen O-iuuor v. Charles Cimeroii, £2 Ss. Hid.; Charles Hunt v. John Murphy, £1 l*s. 3d. ; Mrs. Brett v, John Macdoniild, £2 7s.

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FRIDAY, 13TH INSTANT. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

Fbidav, 13th rssTAST. BeroRE the Police Ma-jistrate. Mary Allen and Georgo Wavlett pleaded guilty to haiing been drunk aiid disurderiy, aud wns each fined 5s., with die alternative of-iMboureiu tlie ceUs. Joub Mantaellor v. Daniel Downev. ? A summnns case for the illegal detention of property, lfcniandcd till tliu Hjli intt. ?Jamca stauley. chained with tlie illegal de tention of a horse, was remanded till the IGth last. Sfarah Buck v. Eliza Thorn.— A summons case fir an assault. Postponed til! die Ifcti instant. Moses VTalmeloy ^. Jfoah Kapcr.— A sum mons case for the illegal detention of property. The defendant baring piodnced a certifi cate of the case having been dismissed bv me !lc:ieli on a previous occasion, die case was dismissed. liicliard Toll v. Juhu Murphy. — A sum mons case under the JUstcrs' and Servants' Act for a balance of wa£cs. Hicliard Toll, the plaintiff, deposed as undor:— I was die bired servant of the de fendant, under v«rbnl agreement as weekly s-'rviuit ; I...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

NOTSS J5JST13 XJJBIVS The Ekcush Mail.— 1*he P. and O. Company's steamer having left Melbourne on Wednesday last, the English mails are in all probability arrived in Sydney yeater Jav. £huuld such be the Case the Queens land mails n-iH be despatched by tlie Tele graph. vrhicU kaves Sydney for Brisbane at 1^ &oo&.to-d«y andi&expeetedto arrive aboat two p.m. on Monday next. Tlie return mails will be despatced by the Telegr=p!i, which is exacted to leave Brisbane on the lyrh. English letters already posted will be forwarded by die Balclutha on the IGth instant. The S vdhet Mail,— The mails for Sydney bv the Baiclutlia will close at the Ipswich Post-office this day as under, for registered letters, at six p.m^ bjdA for ordinary letters and neirspaperE, at eight pjn. ? Bourse or ike Moos. — On Thsfsoay evenini;, about five o'clock, the moon rose very nearly total! v eclijised; from this time tlie shadow of the fearth upon tbe moon's disc gradoalljr grew leas, and ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. Thursday, June 5, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

ADELAIDE. Thursday, June 5, S run. The ship Scliah Jehan is scuttled at Port WoUaroo, and tiia captain has abandoned her. Tlie flour market is somewhat firmer, at busheL -? ?-???? -'r?*r»SS:.v. Sitordny, June 7, T p jn. The flour market is ranch firmer, at £10 15s. to £11 10s. Wheat in demand at 4s. 5d. Arrangements arc being made for further shipments to England. The Government propose to cast upon the citizens of Adelaide tlio maiuteunuce of the police force in town. This measure has j caiin.-d much tlissirisfsctiou.

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

IPSWICH POLICE UOUUT. Tni3iiiDA.Y, 12m JtSE. Tharc was no business before die Court thin morning.

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, 16TH JUNE, 1823. (In Chambers, before his Honor Mr Justice LUTWICHE.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

SUPREME COURT. TutSDiY, 16th Jcke, 1823. (In Chambers, before bis Honor Mr Justice UunrecnE.J Ie ee Moeiti ZiUN.^In this matter Mir. Blakency. instructed by Jlr. Gamck, applied for aud obtained a writ of iabau corpui, to bring- Mortiz Zabu before, the Judge, to re ceive bis discharge, and to day in pursuance of die writ, Sloriti Zahn was brought before bis Honor, in custody of the .Governor .of Her SLijesty's Gaol at Brisbane, ?when his Honor immedlatuly -ordored bis discharge, upon die ground tbatthe warrant (of c»ia minacnt issoedby DKiytonBeiicIj.didiiot tiati Uiat 2iUc wa* da2y convicted of any offence, and that it did not authorise the Governor of the Gaol to retain Zahn in his custody. ' Exparte W. G. Carter, re William Carter. — This was an application made by Mr. Bl&keney, instructed by Mr. Cooke, solici tor for applicant W. G, Carter, to make William Carter, his father. Insolvent. Mr. Biakeney re;ul au affidavit by \V. G. Carter, and die Judge upon hearing the same ...

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NEWCASTLE. Thursday morning, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

NEWCASTLE. Thursday moniin?, June 5. (From the S. It. Htrald.) John Wilson, the jruard of the Wallsuud coal train, was killed this morniii? l-v une or two of the coal trucks and guard van passing over Ids legs. He was placing a piece of timber between tlie v/heels to pre vent the train going down the hill too last. The timber stmck Ji:m on the loft eve throu-ing him bctu-een the raiis. Jle was brjught into Xcivcastle, and died short! v axtL-rwanU. ! Friday, J,,ne C, ii p.m. i Two men engaged iu getting crave! f..r j the streets, in the Barraek-syuajv, ivliilc rauimuis dawn the iwader, preiiniis to j blasting:, tlie charge expLJed. severe! i- in- \ juring botU the men ia the face ani neck, j Their features are scarcely recosiiisuM,;. They ha\c both been convcVcd to Ihu hos pital.

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

MEXICO. Ihc trench and Spanish troops were advancing upon the city of Mexico.

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MELBOURNE. Thursday, June 5. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

1IELBOUH^^3. Thursiav, June S, S p.m. The escorts have brought down 23,oG0 The case of Bonie v. AVibson still attracts much public attention. Mr. Xlichie's icply to the rcbuting of evidence has produced a great sensation. The case will go to the jury to-morrow, the Chief Justice having announced that bis summing up will be short. Arrived. — The Rubicon, from Mauritius. . Friday, June C, 8 p.m. Iu the case of Bowie v. Wilson, nftcr a powerful sj*edi by 3Ir. SOchie, Mr. Ireland spoke for three hours, ana! vsiug the evidence creditably and well, 'flic Chief Justice summed up very successfully, and the j:iry having retired for two hours, returned a verdict for plaintiff on oue pica, that relative to the birth of a child in the Asylum. Damages one hundred pounds; and i'or defendant on ten other pleas. In tlie Assembly. Mr. O'Shanassy an nouneed that the Parliamentary Session would close next week ; he also announced that immigration warrants for the year, had baen taken up by Messrs. Bri...

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LACHLAN. Friday, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 14 June 1862

LACHI-VS. Fridav, June 6. There is a new rush twcntv-Svu miles i from here towards the Bogan. Ifepons sav tiiat iu siirfjice digging three peanvwvi^titB to the dish hiiv.- lieaa obtaiued, but I do nit voueli for the fact. Great numbers have -t'TTie*H-o'^^S^WSBBSi ctJms; Stottrn-lS^ ^ commenced washing yesterday, Fifrv loads of dirt produced 45 ibs. of gold. Horse fodder is acaree and ;is dearasever. The retail price of hay is 5Jd. per lb^ and ch:iir«d. Wcathsr fair.

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

Marriages. On the 12th instant, at Ipswich, by the Rev. W. S. Roberts, Mr. W. C. Welsh, Builder, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, to Jane Porter, daughter of C. Porter, Esq., Archi- tect and Surveyor, Brisbane. On the 12th inst., at Ipswich, by the Rev. W. S. Roberts, Mr. J. D. Phillips, Queen-street, Brisbane, to Emma Ann Porter, daughter of C. Porter, Esq., Archi- tect and Surveyor, Brisbane.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 13. PASTORAL OCCUPATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

Friday. Juke 13. PASTORAL OCCUPATION BILL. The order of the day for the third reading of this bill, was, on the inotiou of the MI NISTER for LANDS and WORKSs dis charged. The MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS moved that the bill should be recommitted for consideration of clause 3, aud of new clauses 3 aud 10. On the motion of Mr. JONES, the bill was recommitted generally. Clauses it. 4, 5, C, and 7, were passed. The MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS moved the adoption of clauses, anew clause, which was to the effect that lessees or licen sees should pay for survey of runs if made by the Government before issue of (he lease or license. Mr. HALY thought that a compulsory survey would be a hardship to young squatters. The MINISTER for LANDS andAVORKS considered that it would be a great benefit. Sir. TAYLOK was of opinion that £8 per block was rather expensive. Mr. HALY said that some, even bona fide sijnattcrs. might not have tlic money The MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS remarked that the sooner s...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 12TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tbuesdav, 12tu June. \Ve furnish the following additional reports ] of tho Parliamentary proceedings contaiusd j in our last : — CONSTITUTION BILL. On tlic motion of tho MINISTER for L.VXltS, thu House went into committee ou this bill. I Sir. LILLIiY nr~cd tbat it would be ad visable to postpone the consideration of this bill, as it was one In a grtsat measure -Je- p.'.udcnt up--u two others, viz., the Electoral Jiill. and the Elective IJ|-j-er Ilonse Bill, lu'ivcil that the Chninnr.il leave tin*, chair, nml ask leavs to sit ngain on Tiussiav uvxl. The MINISTER for LANDS objected to ! the postponement, and urged tint this bill ii:id no connection with the hill referred to bv the lion, member, I The COLOXIAL SECKETABY said that ) the bill was so prepared that it would apply I to either an elective Council ur a nominee j Council. The was only one clause, viz: — I the thirteenth, which al all assumed that tuj Council would Ijo elective, and this clause might easil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

TASM&NIAN JAMS, GARDEN SEEDS, ftc. THE Undersigned has just received, ex Prairicfrom HobartTowiidirect,aLargc CONSIGNMENT of the aliove. The Fruit consists chiefly of Baspl-erry and Black Currants ; is in first-rate condition, nnd, as is well known, is vastly superior to British jams. The consignment will he sold wholesale only. The Seeds are of last season's growth, and may be implicidy relied upon. ? IL KILKEB. A GRAND TBEAT. at die IPSWICH SCHOOL of ARTS.— Magic Lantern, widi beautiful life-size Views of Negro Slave Life in America (or Uncle Tom's Cabin) will be exhibited on THURSDAY NIGHT, June 19th; and beautiful Views of Buuyan-8 Pilgrims on FBIDAY IFHJHT. June 20th : and Descriptive Lectures will be given by Mr. JACKSON, who lias lately re turned from England. A splendid view of Garibaldi will be exhibited, and movcable comic views, chromn tropes of the Queen and Prince Albert, with general views. &c. Also, many laughable experiments with the galvanic battery ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

IMPOITNDINGS. At Ipswich, from Bundambah. Driving and trespass 2s. Cd. per head : — Red and white steer, split off ear, C off rump; straw berry steer, brands off rump and ribs not legible, like W off shoulder, 7 off cheek. split off car and two notches ; poley straw berry steer, piece off off car, IHV oiT rump. a off ribs. A over A off shoulder. A off ribs ; roan heifer, split off ear, I* o rcr -H5 off rump ; ellow and white cow. piece out off ear. notch near ear, W off shoinVer, »~- over WJC off rump and ribs. TA over - near ribs : yellow cow, top off both cars. W over W off rump, W off shoulder, TA over r* ?-£' ribs : yellow cow, off car split. M W off loin, GWoffshoulder; spotted cow. HI' ovcrMPO off ribs. AB off thigh; briudle heifer, ML near ribs, near ear split. From Ifrscwood. Driving and trespass, £1 : — Grey marc and foal, like L near shoulder, .1 near thigh. If not released on or before 7th July, IS62, will be sold. A. Hasexk»Jip, Poundkeeper. Dravton. on »9th May, 1SC2. b...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

LKi'i'iBS TO THE TFi'UCTOB. n ? Sib — As you admitted into your columns on Saturday an advertisemet reflecting on me as guilty of die performance of an illegal act. I am sure that in justice you will permit me to set myself right before die public The advertisement to which I refer bun the signature of Hugh Maxwell, and states that bis mn, being u minor, was Bimjoi by me without liis (tlie parenfa) kuowi'^aga m written consent. Mr. Maxwell knows, as well as I do. that a document was submitted to me purporting, and solemnly declared, to be his unquililT^d assent ; and that, in the full and unsuspect ing belief in its authenticity and genuine ness, I solemnized the marriage. Whether tliat document irerc genuine) or a forgery. Sir. Hugh Maxwell will very soon have an opportunity of establishing 'to the satisfaction of the Attorney-General — for I may inform him that the whole matter has been for some days since placed by me iu the hands of the authorities. Though I sincerely sympathise...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

MKKKl.V -ALK.\l)Aa. J» .1. 5J_ ^^ ^^ Ji;t us tbe ^^ 1 n.i^ : n.s. i\ v. Mum !Attra. -ii»nJ-iT _liij k r,| * 7 ; IS 5 «M| I 20 lii.-=.Uy._I7 -S 21 ' 5 S ' 1-) S . 1 ai ' '15 T »!ii.i,vl*l ?? 41 5 S j 31 S -J-. 3 IS J tiirr ... a-' « ^ 5 s , i; 5 j ±; la fc-iu.-dv Li fi .'.; f 0 I a 5 « JS 7 I(i buciy_.:.]j -1 id . 4 1) ' 10 S T ;* ' S In ?'il- -it'i'.- r;a; -in.! vllirr T« m???^!^t???' to Hum itr: Il'sfc »~'l' ^t ?:.-«:??* lour t:.inrs ,ttt-r. |

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SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

SOUTH AFRICA. By the schooner yacht Chance, Captain Cildcr, we hare papers bom the Cape of Good Hope to the 2nd of April, being a mouth later than previous advices. Tlie Anglo-African of diat date states that orders have been received from England by the last mail to withdraw the troops at present stationed on the frontier and to make Cape Town the bead quarters. Xbe plan to be adopted now seems to be the fol lowing: — The occupation of the frontier line, extending from East London to Fort Beaufort, and to make die former die place of embarkation and debarkation for all men, stores, &c^ required bv the service. The line will be East Lonaon, Fort Jackson, King William's Town. Middle Drift. Fort Beaufort. And the disposition of the forces at present here will be as follows: — King William's Town, the head-quarters of the 13th Begiment; Keiskama Hock, head qnarters of tho 10th Begiment; and Fort Beaufort, head-qnarters of the C. XL Bifles. The latter regiment is to be reduced a...

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