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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

IMPOUNDIKQS. At Ipswich, from Bundambah. Driving and trespass 2s. 6d. per bead: — Bed and white steer, splitoff car, C off rump; straw berry- steer, brands olf rump and ribs not legible, like W off shoulder. 7 off cheek, split off ear and two notches; pnley straw berry steer, piece off off ear. E\V off rump, 5 off ribs. A over A off ehonldY-r. A off ribs; roan heifer, split off ear, Povcr -!6 off rump ; yellow and white cow, piece out off car. notch near ear, W off shoulder, -^ over VTJC off rump and ribs. TA over - near ribs ; yellow cow, top off Iwjth cars. W orer W off rump. W off shoulder. TA nvcr - off ribs; yellow cow, off ear split. JIW off loin, GW off shoulder; spotted cow, IIF over MPO off ribfi, AS off thigh; brind!e heifer, 31T, near ribs, near car split. From Boscwood. Driving and trespass. £1 : — Grey mare and foal, like L near shoulder. J near thigh. If notrsloascd oa or bsfore 7th July. 18G2, will be sold. A. Hasestujh'. Poundkceper. From Fassiferh. Driving and tresp...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

HOTICE. T-EESOXS IXDnltTED to the Xorth J. Australian for Pnl-.??riptions or Adver tising, rathe 3lst M.ireii last, inclusive, are rcsnectfnily requested to lie r-aoMPT ill the settlement of tlicir atvoaut-s. A^nts are r^nes-tid to mafot immediate n— :iittancc5 nad st.'.ti;ineats -if monnyq ool Lvt.¥.d oa account of this esMliiisliuient. '2J---rr.li An-.tnUsn ' Otto-. Ipsvrinh, 2lst '?fay, 1SS2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

% $«% gashafialt, ash QUEEKBU1ND CES£&Ui ADVEEHSEB, IS published on ToEiDAT. Tucbsdat, and SatcbdaT mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest maiU. TBEX8 OP SCBSCBIFTIO!!. The Quarters terminate on the 31st March, SOth June, *)tu September, and 31st Decem bor, at which periods only can resignation be received. Notices of resignation will not be attended to unless girea in writing, j Subscribers will be charged from tlio ] date of commencing their subscriptions. TSESS OF A»VEBTLSlSt5. a. i. Ttro lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 F»nr lines, or under half an inch ? 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of aninch ? 8 A Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, tinder aciucli ? , ? 1 O TERMS OF DISCODST. G Consecutive Insertions.. ? 30 'y cent. M ? 15 .. »6 „ „ ? 25 The number of insertions must be written on the FACE of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

COTSrrtvrFiTFiCIAJ^. Psonucr Beceiveh.— By Mr. H. V. If a-s- s 'II : 17 ittiss of wool, KJ ; 3 inlcs of woo], TU ; Bruada^hane will leave for Brisbane tiiis morning at IOJji). ?

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

SHiKPifra. T)SPA.:Ti;ur:s. Jdse 23. — Ciareaci'. stramor, Cajrfaiii Cot tier, for tfie STortficru ftirl?. l-aise=~t.-rs — Mri. tjiHidwvn, Airs. J. ixui:i:,uorougk jlre dark-. MIs-rCIarbi.Mits HcKco vn.Messrs. Xliaflini. S?'iui-iui. Ii. Smith, a A. Her. iVssi-r, J. X.ands i«jr«-iT^!i. &sd° 2i ia tiic steerage. June 2i. — GolJjn Spring. hri£. 172 ton*. Cajifcua Uazca. tor liasUImniitiii, -rrith portion uf licr ori^iail cargo, and 15 rtus scu rcrs. Ju;:e 51.— Queensland, steamer. Captain Patulio, f -r the Xurtlicrn Ports. Passengers — JF.ir Ejckhamptull) — Mrs. St. iiaorga. Mis* L-Jir, Sirs. Stewart, child, .ind servant, 3Ies?rs. If-auct, Jf'CsHi^oir, Lanoa, G. F. Vr'vx. H. Stewart. (Por It ickhauiptun) — Mr. M-Culhiui. auj H 5a t'ie siserage. EaiUEiTiov to Q-jszsiLXSD. JVcsntAr.i.v. — The iicbt Clyde-built siip Ilel^iislcc, Captain Brown, tb z first vc&s -1 from Scot Jaai direst to thi rising colon? of Queens lisa A, was d2-p~.tehcl yesterday fr.ini U!a*. gow.bv. Messr...

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POSSIBILITY OF INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

POSSIBILITY OF INVASION'. Tbe Ofntiione Nalionale. in an article on the iron ships, considers now the ]-ossii-ility of an invasion of England trill be effected by the new invention. The following is from that journal: — ' In England public attention is cx clnsivcly directed to the transformations of the navy: The government and the nation desires at any price to maintain their mari time snphrmacy; but they will endeavour in vain. It willberjo longer possible for them to secure their coast against invasion. A squadron of iron-plated ships, armed with cannon sufficeutly powerful to sweep the shore to a distance of several kilometres, particularly if the hostile Power be near enough to be able to choose its time, and if the atmospheric conditions leave s smooth sea for thirty or forty hours. This is the principal cause of our neighbour's anxiety. TBev know that the part of their territory situated opposite France presents in general a safe landing place, that it is of easy access, and ...

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DINNER TO CAPTAIN PATULLO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

DISXEK TO CAPTAIN PATCLTjO. Tree arrival of the first steamer built fur tho Queensland Steam Navigation Company, was celebrated last evening by a dinner given to CanUin Patullo. the commander, vrttn lias recently superintended the building of the vesso*. and brought her out to the eolonv. After the cloth was removed, the Chairman proposed 'the Queen' fin silence), 'tbe Royal Family' and' H.BJT. Prince Alfred.' In speaking to the litttcr toast, Mr. Warry expressed a hope that the Prince would shortly visit the colony. The toast of ''His Excellency and the Executive Council.' was proposed from the Chair in a complimentary speech, and was heartily received by the company. The Chairman then proposed 'the health of Captain Patullo, and success to the Com pany.' Captain Patullo responded, and warmly expressed bis thanks for the cordial feeling shown in receiving the toast. He trusted that the directors and shareholders would pull well together, and success would he certain. He hoped that ...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

QUEENSLAND FABUAKSNT. LEGISLATnrE COUNCIL. Tuesday. Jdxe 21. The PBKSIDEXT took the chair at 10 minutes past three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with praver. PAPERS. The ATTORNKV-GENERAJ, Uid on the t-iW-T a -l-;«p-toh fram the l-uk« of Ncw casrlc, a supplementary commission issued tu Sir G. Bowen under the Great Seal for altering the boundary of Queensland, and a second signifying the Boyal Assent to the Plcuro-Pnenmonia Act. PASTOKAL OCCDPATION BILL. On the motion of the ATTOBITEy41E XF.R.VL this bill was read a second time, and its committal fixed for Tuesday next. MAKIKE BOARD »ILL. A message was rccciK^y'rom the Ic pi'il.itive Assembly inridiieng' that the amen lmoiits made by tlie Legislative Council in tiie above* bill had been as sented in. COOLIE LABOR BILL. The ATTORXEr-ttEXSBAL, witli one or two rumirks. moved the second reading of this bill, which was agreed to without opi-nsition. The committal of tiic bill was fixed for Thursdav n-.^xt. ' 1XSOLVEVCY BILL. tin rti...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

SftrSB^JNTEL [VE'.-'a OI'H (imi OlKOEtTOSDEKT.] Thk imd of the Session is approaching ; tiie seVistoi-B are beginning to sit until late hours of tiie niglit, and to look not quit* ski frcMi ns nt the Cflmmuneement nftha Parlia nii;:iraryscas.in. The ' yonng men from the country '' especially are grumbling at any fresh business placed before them, and de clare that they mnst return to tiieir stations before a intntli lias passed ivrav. I do not know whether they act upon the principle fiat ?' -a-he;i viee prevails and impious ni'jn bear Kw.iy the post of honour is a private station.'' but they certainly seem to prefer tiieir ririvr.tc stations tn the pulitica] ones. Indeed this is rather a re-nark able trait in --nr A«s-i:aMy, composed as it principally is of s-inatte'ra. They seern, to consider po litics a pltasant relaxation for about a couple of months in the year, but after July our btteolic frieqds mnst go. Neither Elec toral Bills nor any other Bills will keep them in town. Min...

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QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

QUEENSLAND INSUHANCE COM PAXY. A VEETIXG of the shareholders of this Com pany was held in tbe School of Arts, Bris -ane, on Monday evening. Mr. J. Bnunston in the chair. The first rcsolntion was moved by Mr. Giu-rick, who, in doing so, entered into an account of tbe Provisional Committee, and the action taken by the shareholders on account of such proceedings. He then moved the first resolution, which was as follows:—' That all resolutions passed by the Provisional Committee, making addi tions to, or alterations or amendments in ihe Deed of Settlement passed bvUieSuarc bolders at their meeting held on die 13th instant, are of no force. Mr. Skyring said lie was sorry to see that obstacles had been thrown in the way of the progress of the Society. He had been furnished with a copy of the Deed of Settle ment, and the meeting h*d lasted till a very late hour of the night when the deed wag passed. How was it, then, that the Provi sional Committee bad set the result of that meeting aside?...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ?TcissnAY, June 24. The SPR.VKER took the chair at twenty minutes past three. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Mr. WATTS moved 'That the Board of Edflbation hiving ignored the right of all Xon-Tcstcd Schmristo participation in any of the funds, which, by the Act passed in the first Session of Parliament they were autho rised to do. Resolved — That it if: the opinion of this House, that all Xnn-Vestcd Schools, especially those in existence at the time of Separation, should receive such aid. and that tt should be at once granted.' The question which was involved in the resolution was one that had CTised inucli agitation not only in Brisbane but throughout the whole of the colony; and he would, therefore, impress upon every hnn. member wbo intended to oppose tiie resolution the necessity of giving it his most grave conside ration, so that he might be able to show the House why tiic Board had not com plied with tiie spirit of the Act hy refusing to grant aid to' non-vested scho...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

3XTO1ES -A3STXJ HEWS j FinE Bkicade. — The time has now arrived for tiic formatioa of a fire brigade in Ijjswich. to !« in readiness to receive and work the cn-rine which mav be shortly expected tierc. It~api-.«rs tJwt 'Mr. Board lias applied for -the ?refusal of two «p»U iBgtuBS in tlatnrt-i Town, for tlie Ipswich aiia Bockliampton ' branches. The Company's ijaJge bas been ordered from Melbonrne. The engine whicli has already arrived for Brisbane, cast about £200 on board shin: there will licofconrso. some subsidiary expense*, A fire brigade lias become an institution in tiic Snatbem Colonies, and wiil doubtless shortly become r. fuil accompli here. TEsnEnsvon Awboaches. — The Sluniclpal Council wiil receive tenders until noon of Monday nest, 30th instant, forthe formation cf approaches to bridges ill limestone mid ilortirocr-rtireets. FiceVolicies. — TheQnecnslsnd Insurance Co'iinany do not appear iaclined to lie upon their «ars. having already given public notice that they are pr...

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SYDNEY. Monday. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

SVDSEV. Mondav. -; p.m. The statue of ?William Charles Wcntn-ortb was inau-rurated in the University tins Jay. His Kxcollcncy the Governor was present, and several other distinguished visitor?. 51r. Martin made a mast eloquent oration, which ncenpied twenty-five misctcs is its delivery. Mr. Alexander Keith Collins, a Queens land squatter, not unknown to fame in the law courts of Sydney, was fined twenty shil ling ukUc. fur assaulting Ensign Oudbitt, of U.1L Xlltli Begiment. -»ardiucr and his gang, wliuse rolibeiy nf the 5r-»ld escort was mentioned in a pre vious telegram, has lieen tracked in the j direction of Lambing Flat, and we are in hourly expectation of hearing of their cap ture. It has lieen raining all day, and there is heavy weather at sea. Tuesday, 6 p.m. Sergeant .Sanderson, together with a small body of police, lias succeeded in track ing four --f the escort rohbers into the AVcd din Slonntains, and, after a chase of twenty milcs, they succeeded in capturing a pack hors...

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THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. The British rod Irish Companv exhibit an ingenious and novel system of controlling turret and other clocks, patented by Mr. L. Jones, of Chester, unlike any previously in use ; the clocks being controlled only, and not moved either in whole or part, bv clec tricttr. . Zbe tiinee doebdmniue -in all respects, excepting the pentMcm of ordinary construction, and will go without tiic electric current, keeping tiicir own time. The pen dulum is a hollowelectric magnet, oscillating over or around permanent magnets. When a current is sent, second by second, from a. controlling clock, the temporary attraction between the electro-magnet and tbe per manent magnet compels the controlled pen dnlnm to copy the vibrations of tbe con troller, even though there may be a discrepancy of several minutes in their daily independent rates. The above company also send the acoustic telegraph, a clever and estensivelv used instrument, invented by Sir Charles and Mr. E. Bright. Bv...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. 24TH JUNE. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COmtT. TmssuAY, 24th Juke. Befobk th? Police Magistrate, Edward Fleming. Joseph Greer. Patrick Ijont. and Francis Ritev were charged with dmakAnn--3s. aa.J etA' fin'd 5s.. with the aUornatiw of 24 hours in ths cells. r.itrick Lnnrr pli:.iiled sniltv to an infor mation chaning him with Uiint; uhsccne lnn^na)re. nntl wps fineil £2. and 7s. costs, with the alternative of I( days in Brisbane Gaol. S.\3-IH liltKER V. ELIZA THOXW An nssinlt OS3 rc-aanlad from Srtnrdsiv last. Settled ont of court, the defendant nuT-wins to pav nlamtiff the sum of £3 7s. CiL costs.

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LOSS OF THE MARS—THE SUFFERERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

I-OSS OF THE MASS— THE SUF KEKEHgl. There are few localities in Ireland to which tlie telegraph has not bv this time con. veyed the tidings of the loss of the splendid screw steamer Mars, the property of Mai coinson Brothers, of the Waterford Steam Ship Company. She sailed from this port on Tuesday at eleven a.m., for Bristol, hav ing on board thirtv nassontrcrs and k valu able cargo of live stock. Amongst the cabin j passengers were— Samuel Blest, Jlr. Bel cher, Captain Sussell and family, who re sided for some time in the eirv^ and Miss Coombe, the daughter of our respected fel iow-citizen, John Coombe, Esq., of Harbour View. The steerage passengers were of the nsti.il class—mostly emigrants. It appears that when the Mars arrived off the Welsh coast a dense fog prevailed and a strong gale was blowing, it being then eight pjn Tho steamer was going at a rapid rate, with all sails set, when she struck on Crow's Hock, at Linocy Head, near the entrance of the Bristol Channel. It is sai...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 26 June 1862

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUI'BEME CoCBT. — Is CHAMREC». In' the matter of application of 3Toritz Zalin. In 'this case, a mle nun' had 1-ecn oli'biined for* writ of prtiliiVition to restrain the cun victini; magistrates .jfrom enforcing tiieir judcrment. The Attorney-tiencmi showed c^usq a^ninst the rule on the lOtli iust-, wberonpon His Honor, reserved judgment. Subsequently, Mr. Blakeney jijiplicd for and ?ihtained a writ of habeas anptn that Zahn mi-^lit be brought up and diMcharfced. on the ?pwirt! nf iiisafficiency iii the 'warrant of commitment. - His Honor n-nr delfvorefl judgment upon both writs as follows: — -*tt is enough to say that, in the present cacc, the grounds upon wljeli the rule for a writ of prohibi tion was obtained, are not sufficient in my 'opinion, to invalidate the- conviction, and the rule for a prohibition is aacordjngly diRcb»reed. Mr. Blakcney applied, after the argu ments relating to the writ of piohibltion had bvtm Jicard, for a writ nf huhrnr corpus, ia order...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862

WANTED .1 nULrXJCK-DRlVER. Apply to FATTOBIXI & CO. WA5TTED. a SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. IIItOUGHTOK, Ipswich. ANTED a goo.1 Taiwr Hanger, also a good Paddock. Apply at the Mel bourne Hotel, Eaat-strcet. PARTIES Jia-.-inS teams of BoUocks to l*li-ug)i by die acMyalso, Vartii-3 to Contract fofVbnciag about four miles of three rail fencing, to l-e lot in such sections as may be agreed upon. Apji'.y t-- 'Six'. JOLLY on the ground, orto JOHN CAMPBELL, SO.V. & AXu. £1 EEWAKD. LOST, fro-.n the Oue Mi!e Bridge, a BLACK FILLY, branded E on near shoulder. Any person delivering tiie said Mare to Messrs. W. GRAY and CO., Ipswicu. wii! receive the abovu RnwaitJ. HKNfiy BAILLIE. C'oudaniinc. T TO LEND. -j? 1 AjjA w one or more sums, and A/lUWj several email amounts, on good freehold scenritv in Ipswich or Bris u»ac. J. MATRON THOMPSON. IJrishmic-Etreet, Ipgnjch. VrriiEREAS i hnve in inv possession n » RED and WHITE HEIFER whim back, J=M oir AAb, and tons off !»th ears Any one having...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862

1 IMPOONDINGS. Oraytm. from' Eton Vale, on the 2nd Jiuiij, ISCi by order of Messrs. Hodgson aud Watts. Damages, &c 10«. : — Roan horse. Lrandjcl like 6S off shoulder. If not re Ic-K-jlon or before flic 27tli day or Juns, ISSi, win be sold to p»y expenses' — Aetuuii LiiQxu. I'oundkecper. At Oraytoa, from Eton Vale. 16th June. 1SC2. Drirtng expense. Is. per head. One dark ro&n horse, shorttniJ.likuIJ over M near sboul.ler ; black Glly, lite B near shoulder, £= near tits ; grey msre, A near shoulder, A neir thiih; bav horse, shod, illegible brand near shoujaeri like RS «ff shoulder ; bay horse, star and snip, like W near shoul der, Jiilid fetlocks white; iron grey colt, stripe down face, no brand visible; brown filly, like FB, like spur brand under near shoulder: cli'ismit fillv, illegililc lirand near s!inn]i!«r. 3ike 1SJ1 near ribs. If not released on .»r before the Cth day of July. 1SGS, will Jw sold to pay expends. — ABracE LMrn. I'oimdkecpcr.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TnrnsDAv. JpyE 26. The SPEAKER took the chair at twentv i five uiin:ifes past rliree. BEAL PROPERTY ACT. TaeCOIiONUL SECRETARY laid on j the table of the House the returns (moved for by the lion, memlwr for Dravton and Tooiroomba) of the amount received bv tho Registrar-Genaral from the first .Tanuary to 1st June. 18fi2, in connection with the trans fer of real property. On tlic motion of the same hon. gentleman, it was ordered that these returns should l-e printed. WAYS AND MEAXS. The COLONIAL TBEASUREK moved, that tlie order of the d.iv for the resnmption of Committee of Wars' and Means bo poFt poned nnrii Tuesday iwxt DISEASES IN CATTLE ACT OF 1SC2 SU«*EXSIOX BILL. On tho motion of Mr. MOST ATT, this | hill was read a. third tin:--. and passed. | SUIT1,Y. On rtie motion of the COLOSSAL TBEA- ; 1 SCEER, the House then resolvad itself into ': a Committee of Supply. i The COLONIAL TKEASUPiEU moved Hie item of £-14o for the Customs Establish ment at Ipswich. Thi...

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