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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
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TO REV. DOUGAL DALGETTY BOZZY, PARISH OF CROSSWAY[?] OF FOUR HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
TO EEV.D0DGA1. I-ALGETTV BOZZT, Paiusb of CbosssaxUecf, Cbiutebx of Fora Hutobed. (Per favour of the KoHh Australian.) Rev. aso Piocis Fbiesd. — I see you have been trying to come the facetious in the Eatatimili Gazelle under the signature of B-n~, by poking fan at (he Electoral meeting and the speakers. Now, my Rev. friend, it aint in your line exactly to be gadding about elections and meetings of this charac ter, seeinc tout narisboners nay you to attend to soul'd mending and not to lie tinkering up their political constitution, or trumpeting forth die praise of one of your holy elders. Praise like censure faUs very ungraciously on an undeserving individual. Bev. Sir, you know very well that Mac the holy elder, as a politician lias long forfeited the just weed of approbation which is freely offered by every Englishman totfcc patriotic sons of tluiu-.conunoa mother. Besides, sir, you. jtnuat fee wsll inn, thai the fiositian was not tenable a* taken op by you; the Electoral BiU asfl...
GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
OA^DFA-IXG C.M^XBAIl FOB JUNE, F'jirrr *sn l^irrr.n:; Oa!it-ks. — l'rocced with the pnnir;s of vin-«=. anil hoc between ciir.nijje. cailiuo-.vfr. i-c Tiiis slin-i'.d 1* f.-jj-je jtlrUoiio ta rue ;jr.ist-;iip emps thro-iarh t'u tri-ilV. Siw f.ir sic-ccsfion, brocoli cnl canliCower. F'-*.v Lf; O.vTt^rv aot Snscs-inniEs. — As roW iTrhr= tnsv ni- 1« ??xp'^trS. scarce TiNats, which it rafl.r hs i!-«r:Mc insecure Lcl^^re they ar.: inj.iresl, ?'m-j1.1 be carefully coven»d. wiieti th?:-o i.-i t!i? 'east canse to ay-pirV:n-l daisaii. t'ii:it and remove r»K'W. -tc ?:c t:» ?«:::$:?.?: a jri-o.l stock of «'ittin£T' of peiiuisas, qzra:iiams. fuscliia. fur sprinz -isc. i'tELi. — Swcot potatoes, yapjs. rjroxn-oot, s.ni rii^iv mny now Ji-- d:i^ up ar.-? nftrfl. Clowr. lac ;'»?'. a;id all kinds of grass sseds for jiaFtnrcs -n»j- still 1-c sown.
THE TOWN RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
TIIE TOWN RESERVE. Sib — In the Queensland Tima, of Tnesdny last. I noticed a letter signed Ratepayer, which assumes that Mr. O'SullivanV re marks in the Assembly on tlic Ipswich Recreation Ground, arc correct as reported in the newspapers; and, under this more than doubtful assumption, charges him with gross misstatesicnU as to the general opinion entertained uy tlic inhabitants of tiro desirability of selling a large portion of the ground fur building purposes. This is the real question at issue, but 'Ratepayer' turns from tlic Recreation Ground into Mortimer-street, and charges Mr. O'SttUi van with tlie mismanagement of the Corpo ration in that street, as if that Bnbjio'.had any connection whatever with the matter before tin: public ; or. as if Mr. O'Sullivan had anything to do directly or indirectly with the Town Conncll. Sow, in the first place. Mr. O'Snllivan did not state, in his place in the Assembly, that 'a more ap propriate piece of ground could be found furfheroutof the ...
The North Australian. IPSWICH. TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
TPSWTCn. TUESDAY. JTTXB 21. iftSZ. Lv tbe latter part of the last centarr there existed two classes of men who exercise! no small influence in gniding tlie conduct of political affairs. One of tUese classes Las been described at great length, and with singular ability, in Bokkje's celebrated pamphlet entitled, ' Xuonghts on tbeCansc of the Present DiH»pteuL0 :' the other ha« been im jjju^Jilited in the no lew well-tuown spcocli of the same great statesman on ; Araericaa taxation. The first were i fihat were at that day knovra by the j name of ' Kings' friends,' with wuom i the wishes, or presumed wishes, of the | reigning sovereign supplied the plaee of prinJiplo?, aa-J furuisbcil indJEputable staudsrds of duty : the ssiond ' were a race of men. who, when they ross iu their place, no man living coul-l divine from anj known adherence tit parties, to opinions, or to principles, from any | order, or system in their politics, or 1 from any sequel or connexion in their ideas, what part t...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR MILITIA V. VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
T.^-yi'! *|-^1ff^^ TY*1 'J '4—1 IS* *-n «|'l y^f^ MILITIA V. VOLCNTEEBS. Srn.— Mr. Ijilley. of tlie Valley, is reported in the Courier of the 19th inst. to liave said, addnssitig the Speaker of the legislative Assembly — ' It uas bnen acknowledged that the Volunteers were nothing bnt a solemn farce, and he therefore thought that a Militia Bill was the most desirable form of military discipline that could be adopted.' Now, I deny this statement in toto, or that Mr. I-illoy knows anything at all about the subject, he must remember that Bris bane is not Queensland, and that there arc other companies than those at Brisbane ; bnt, supposing, for the sake of argument, that the movement has been a failure, on wfibse shoulders does the blame rest ? Most unmistakably on the Government, to which he lias lately been toadying ; they have shamefnliy misappropriated the nioncy that was entrusted to them for the volunteers by tho Assembly, and hare plainly shown their utter imfitncss to deal with ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
AXD QUEEXSLAKD GENEEAL APVEHWSBK, IS publishof) on Tcbsdat, Thobsdat, and Satctkday mornings, and forwarded to Single Number ? .' 6d.' Tlis Quarters terminate on the 81st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st Decem ber, at which, pariods only cau resignation be received. Notices of resignation will not be attended to unless given in writing. Subscribers Trill be charged from tbc ? date of commencing their subscriptions. techs or Amixnsrxo. I ? s. a. I Tim ILics, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 © Four lines, or under half an inch . . . , 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of ! an inch ? , 2 6j Eight lines, or under one inch ? 8 o | Every Additional eight lines, under j an inch ? ; ? 1 o! TEEMS OP DISCOUNT. j 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 U cent I 13 „ ? 15 „ 26 „ ? 25 „. The number of insertions must be mitten I on the face of each Advertisement, or it J will be continued until countermanded, and chirged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must be paid for pre...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
s^ii-i»r3srcj. AKS1VAL. Jcjte 21. — QnKasIaid. (s.). 2'-T tons. Captain i'atallo. fro:n the Noirheja .P.irts. Pa«sen perj (frum IJ likJisinpton to iJrisbsne) — 3I--«5r3. J»tin P.^trie, H. DjusrUs. -V. IMtel li^tf. T. T. tl^taam, \V. H. Moire. I-. Lacey. J, Jfcnnett; (from KockUivmpton to G!ad Btjae:) Mrv Moreton : (from K-icWrtmpttm fcj airiiwroi;1.!:) Messrs. V. R'tcUunn am! Bi^Jaa; (fmni Maryborough ti JJ.-*sl--me:) Til '*=i-s. A. H. IJpiin^S. X. i-;-.s-:ig. John 1*. HoLbs. mill J 1 in tho steeaagt:. MPOfiTS. Q-wensland: 12 tiile-i cortv. (from 'Wide «iy). «J. Sir and O.; 2 eisks tal'.w. 7 hM-s. C- Sjn-tnn Brothers; G camp rtvciii=. 12 iids. J. an* -l. Harris. \
GAYNDAH (From the Burnett Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
GA.TNDAJ3L (From the Burnett Arpi$.) Tnr following arc the entrances for the Burnett Races, which commence this morn ing (Tuesday). M aides rxATE Mr. W. J. Williams' g. g.. Ilisk. aged; Mr. T. Skclton's b. g.. iJomjleirs. S yeans : Mr. K. F. AHw»i6d's b. g^ Conservative, 5 years; Mr. C. Clancy's g. g.. White Squall, aged ; Sir. G. Ilobiiison's cli. g^ Koigh-a ballagh. aged ; Mr. J. tHU's 1-.'b, 1^' »''t 5 years; Hon. B. B. Moreton s 1). g.. Sultan, aged. THE WEl/TEC HACE. Mr. C. Doirhertv's b. g« Coronet, nged; Mr. J. GillVc g^Crniscr. aged; Hon. B. B. SlorotonVi h p™ Banco, C years. THE 15&YSIIAH J1ATE. Mr. AV. J. Williams' g. -& Risk, aged ; 3Ir. KoJjcrt WTidl»r*s g. g.. Unknown, aged ; Mr. R. C. Haly-K b. fa., Miimiiii i ^S—; Mr. T. Skclton's 1). g., UazeWan, 4 years; Hon. B. B. Mt)reton*fi b. gJSfton. age^ ; «pJ ; Mr. C. l^mwdV £ g.. Bob EoV. 4 years; Mr. R.I'crkiu'ecb. p^PJl.am, a^od : Hon. B. B. Moreton 's b. g., Bs.icn, 6 tvars - Mr. 4. Gills b. g , Radical, 5...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
qijRRiTST,ftiap yftHT-TAHnTgwr . LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Feidat, Joke 20. (Fbom Saturday's Courier, additional to the report from our own correspondent given in our Saturday's issne.) ELECTOBAL BOX. Mr. CBfnJtSYXS moved thai the peti tion relative to the Electoral Bill, presented bv him on the l«h instant, be printed. *Tho COUONIAL SBCEETABy had no objection ta the printing -ol mis peaaon, and drew a distinction between this and the previous petition. This petition roferredto a bill before the House, with the provisions of which of course the petitioners were ac quainted. The other referred to the action to 1m taken by the Executive in s particular matter, ana of this action die petitioners could not be woB informed. He believed thattte tamers of the petition before the House were under a misapprehensiou with regard to one elaose of the Electoral Act Tiere was no clause in that act distrari chuungpereons at present entitled to be on the roll. ?-?'?'*? , ' ' Mr. WATTS expressed Iue bel...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL A meeting of the Ipswich Slnnicipal Council was held yesterday afternoon. Present— Th» Mayor. ' Aldermen Clone, Watfcins. G'HaHcy.YMbb and Thorn. T4-! minutes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed. Tlie Tows Clhbk also read the Town Surveyor's report for the past two weeks. COBliESPONT-EA'CE. The Matob resd a letter from the local patrons of the Ipswich Primary Sshool, thanking them for the courtesy of the Cor poration in allowing the Town Snrveyor to superintend the erection of the new school house. iocKniirr'6 contract. The 3I.«.roB «lso read the following letter from Edward I.o=khardt:— 'Jnne23rd.l«S. ??To the Hisrlit VTorshipfiil the Mayor and ' Aldermen --f Ipswicli. 'Gentlemen. — As I have been at a good deal of outlav in getting metal for Brisbane street, as well as bring kept idle. I hope von will come to some owclosion, and allow :^vM^^to^kt^ro^e3in*^to¥^Tcar^ time and ontJav. 'I «un.&c, 'Edwab» Lockhabdt.' - After a. fe.tr remark...
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
MABYBOEOUGH. Onr intelligence is- to the 19th instant :— I'niMiiiT Scnoou— It will be gratifying to persons interested in our Primary School tn learn that there are nair upwards of 100 ckildcro in attendance, nnd that under the teaching of Mr. aad Mrs. Robertson satis factory progress is being made. It has been suggested that an occasional- visit made by tiie parents of die children, snd especially by the ladies, would be productive of good results. A visitor's book is kept in which persons may write their names, and by this simple means manifest their interest in the school. By the Clarenceon Tuesday the celebrated horse, Hnntsman, arrived, and starts in charge of Mr. Martyn for Gayndah this morning. Huntsman is a grey gelding, aged, pedigree unknown, but was tlic win ner of several races at Ipswich. He is at present the property of Messrs. Anslow and Co_ of Clairview station. Broad Sound. The Mayor of Maryborough was in re ceipt of the following letter: — Colonial Sccrctarv's Offi...
THE NORTHERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
T3S3E 3STOE.XI3:ES.Kr POE3S. Bv the Queensland we uxts rCTpersfroni the XoiTUeni Ports tu the liith instaut. from 'which we make tlic follnwinjr extracts ? ? KOCSiH-VMlTOX. A pstition was bum;; numerously signed at Rockliaranbw to lie fiim-anlcd to His 'Excellency Sir George Bowcn. setting forth the evils which, must accrne. in the event of the Pastoral Occupation Bill jiow under discussion obtaining the forcn of lair, in consequence of tlio stringent regulations nor in ciistonoe. having reference to tUo j»s~ --Importation of sheep Soistwiae. It iis'evi -lent that sheep cannot be lind In sufttct ent numbers, of grnod'quality. and at a moderate price, to stock the coantry hot held, in j accordance with the provisions of the con- ; tc-uplnted Act. unless they can lie imported j coistwCsc from the sistercolonfcs. We are \ fallr w«K of the immense importance of : keeping these districts free from the ravages of the scab disease; the present law. how ever, was never intended to apply to ...
NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
fcuoiss a.t*ti- sijkiiMa of one nnoa » more enlarged seals of tlie j previons day. was to l-e seen Mazing away in a vard nscd as a p!ace for tireinsr wheels in aiid open to Brislianc^trcet. Xow this wss very dangerous neglect, for »e sur- 1 ronnilinslinildinjrs r.rc of wood, and n spark I would qnickly kindle them into flam.-s. when tlicy wo;ild be -Iestrir«d witJt tbe facility of matcu-boxes. Fortunately the moralns was calm, or a catastrophe might have ensued. Piscatokv. — Within the last few aays. so^e remarkably fine eels have been cangrht with hook and fine, at the wharf in the vi cinitv of the pontoon bridge over the Srraiir; tbese eels were between three and , foTrr feet in Ic4igtl-, and weighed from six to fijven pounds each. It is supposed that tlie late rise in tlie river brought down the eels to the spot where tiiey were caught, far none of a similar calibre have been landed at the place indicated, for some time past. Ficn Esgise.— 3fr. Board, tlic im^iaator of t'ac Queen...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
LATEST XNTTEJ^OIGJSrsTOE (Fnm thr Carter.) SVIJXET. Fridav. Juno 2'. Apthi! n ncliato in the Asscmlilv. vhicJj occupied tvro iiiirhts, Jc was determined that the Chnrcfi and ScJiool Lands shonM -.«t he subject to ths operation «f frc.p s.*Wtion: lmt t!mt all S'!rfi Imils as were alienated FlKvild l.p sold l-y anrtim. The Kstimatcs will lie Jirmi™lit forwnril in t!ic first irw!; in .Tnli-. anS jt is believed tl:at many of tiic ?trlns ot expenditure will hr stronjtly opjKKrttl. TUa irwehly tra-ie ivrmrfs arfpear to place Tinsin^s v.|-o:i a immil fn-itiri:r — -nore cspecl ailv .is n-enrds t*i'. transactions m connec tion ivitli t!i« colt'.-fwliV. Flour is fivrn, at n.lr.-vnced rat-«!: anS. al fio'iirli ennsiiVraMf s3!«'}hivi- fctken plane, thn highest quotation :-^cording to our last roTorts liav.i linen malntaine.1. I Oat= are in de-manil. at a-Ivanood rates. TiranSy is st.itionarv at 13*. Tolacco is firm. t» it!i a prospwt of a rise in tin; nuaricct. Ija^jr^ orders liave also been re...
THE REVOLT IN GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
THE REVOLT IK GEEECE. K o Email trouble seems tn be in store for the German Vrince who roles the destinies of tbe countrymen of AriEtjoeB an& Pericles. With tbe usual, or rather unusual, small amount of brains Providence generally allots to the Teutonicaristocraey. he has managed to make himself thoroughly odious to these modern Achaans. In this be has been ably seconded, or, to tell the real truth, com manded, by his Queen, Amalie, who, by gaining a great ascendency over the weak minded King, has been able to establish and npset successive Ministers as her Majesty willed. Indeed, against her, in an especial degree, (he popular odium seems to bear. The insurrection et Naoplia, though tuchlen and, perhaps, unexpected just at pre sent, can he easily traced to its primitive sources. It is the hearty uprising of a peo ple desiring and anxious for liberal progress, against the heavy, oppressive incubus of a stolid, stupid foreigner, who sees an attack ou his prerogative and digni...
MONDAY, 23RD JUNE Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
Mosbay. 23bi» -TrxK. Bsforc the Police Sinirjstrate. Thomas Oarmin.cliam. ciiiirpoa witu as s^nltiui Constable Sadlier in tlic execution of his duty, was fined £1. or in default of payment was ordered to be imprisoned for seven days in Brisbane Gaol. JAMES COOKE V. THOMAS HEBMIXGHASI AXI- TnOMAS TOOL. An assault case. Persreant Greenwav, lieinR drily sworn, deposed as fallows: On Satmvlay nijrlit, abont half-past 12, 1 was on duty in Bris bane-street, and saw the prisoners there; thev were crcatiiis a preat row; I saw T«»Je strike Cook with his fists, and Bermingham throw bis hand forcibly towards Cookc : Im mediately atterwards«8tono struck Cookc on the forehead, and caused'- tbe Wood to flow ; I apprehended the prisoners, and con fined them ia the watch-house. James Conk, the prosecutor, being duly i sworn, said ; I was near my own place on Saturdav night: I saw Toolennl Birming ham on 'the road ; I was hit by some one on the forehead ; by whom I can't say. ?flirminchiim 'was disc...
[?] PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 24 June 1862
™r-~ rweEa^SrPfiOSPECTS. TnEBE cannot be a question Hat the affairs of Italy are in a most alarming condition ; and the most dangerous tiling aboat them is that it is next to impossible to ascertain the real value to be attached to the appearances which they present. On the one band, there is an administration equally incompent with its predecessor, and universally distrusted and despised. On the other, we have that important section of tbe revolutionary party which wishes tn go straight on to the attain ment of the objects originally proposed, displaying the greatest energy and confi dence. Indeed, these demonstrations of the ' party of action' have assumed such pro portions, and have been carried on under such circumstances, as to convict the M inis- try, not of incapacity only, V-nt also of col lusion. The whole country is in » state of the deepest misery, owing to the utter absence of government and the pitiless oppressions of local tyrants. As for Naples, the term ?* Civil War'...