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PLURALITY OF OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

PIXUAJJTV OV OFFICES. Sin, — Can you inform me wbvtiieHon. A. Macalifctcr lias never resigned bis seat as Alderniiii since accepting the position «f responsible minister of tbe Crown ? Suml v, his ambition is not of the order that he must monopolise all stations of honour, whether the tiiu-: can be spared or the ability to do justice to tho public. I should say to tlie Minister ' Resign jit once tlie Alderni.iusbip, ho matter Whether yoh give up die £1000 juyear or not.' D. C.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. POWERS TO SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

ISIXEBSXO TECE HDIIOB POWEBS TO SEA11CH. Sib. — May I trespass upon your tune to ask the following question— namely, can coustahlsc search persons* houses legally without a written order from a' magistrate? I have been subjected to the process ray sclf. but cr.nnot lutlp thinking tliev took too nJiu'b liberty with the subject. Trusting you will excuse my troubling you, I am vour-s, Ac. COKNSTALK. Ipswich, June 30, 18C2.

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NEW ZEALAND. THE OUTBREAK OF NATIVE HOSTILITIES AT KAIPARA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

WEW ZEALAND. THE OUTBREAK OF SJASWE HOSTI LITIES AT KAIPAfiA. Bs the Airedale, o-hich brings as the (8. if. Herald) Auckland papers to the itth iustant, we liavc another instalment of uevv* con cerning the progress cf die feud among certain natives iu die North — the first rensuntre uetweon nhum. took place, if may be rcmeinliercd. on the 18th of May, there being 3200 men engaged under Tiraran, and 160 under Matin. The skirmish terminated in the loss of five men killed and a number of Matins peojun wounded — the. onlv casualty to Tirarau's followere being three wounded. From that time up to tlie 3Stli, there bad been no actual fighting, nldiougb the natives nuiintaiiicd hostile attitudes, and scanned each odicr's movements with die utmost vigilance, dieirnuinucrsalmsat dall v gaining strength by arrivals from die Bay and Hokiauga. On the 29th, however (as we learn from the Daily Southern Crott of die 7th instant), hostilities were renowed. That journal says:— 'Yesterday morning the ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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DEFALCATION AT THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

DEFALCATION AT THE TELEGBAPH DEPARTMENT, We regret to have- to report that an extcn. sive defalcation has been discovered in die Sydney OEea of the Electric Telegraph De partment: die accountant, Mr. Daniel Dun stan, haling absconded with moneys belong* ing to die Government to the extent of nearly £1000. On Thursday morning last. Dunetanlcft the office informing Mr, Crack nel! that he would be hack in aiew minutes. An hoar having elapsed without any signs oC bis return, Mr. Cracknell went to Dun stan's table and examined some of the papers lying there. Suspecting from die appear ance of these that there was something wrong, Mr. Cracknel! immediately proccedet to the Minister for Works, who returned with him to the TelcgnphOHicc. Upon a farther examination of the accountant's papers by Mr. Arnold and Mr. Cracknell, and on an inspection of die cash safe, which they found to be empty, it was evident that a large sum of money had boon embeiried, the amount of which was subsequently asc...

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MAIL, ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

atilL AREAN;iKMKN'TS AT XI1E iMST OFF1CB. llvintw i -TnEsUior^H.^ aja.lTbuii-layandSon- J-Mlxra. } twaay.-SpmL- ?! dav,*p.m. ' - j Tbumlay, fc n.ra-j -liv, = p. in. ^tA^A\cu ,TaES«liy, S tvio. ISoiiJij, S )i m. llie ftiretfoia^ Mails arrii-j* at their desti nati jii as Cjtior.R : — ' BbUSBi-E .. l-aily. handily, cxiepted, 10 a jjt. To.-wo:)jiba VTediitfsiUy, 11 ajn.; Sator »la*-, 5 p.m. DiiiiTOX ? Wudnesrliy, noun; Satnr.lpy, € p.m. VTaewick „ Tuts-lav. 4 pjn.; Satardav, 11 a.ai. Kas-axco . . Friday, nocm. The fjllcmring JZntU are caiitingcnt for tiaic ou tiie ai-riTals i,f the steamers; and for t.:i;so s-icii arrao^ements are made as are juost lively H ia«et public convenience, viz.: JtLuytKtrbu jh, -Jia '.stone, and Eoektiarip toii, even' aUiM-yite S'mday or Mon day, as notified In the local papers of tile pcevioos Fridav aad Satnrday. Kc»- iMHttli Wales and 'the other Anstra iioji cu!:iuies, as opporttmity o!Ter«, 'usually twice a week- Hours of clos ing exiilbitcl ^EostOffim; £o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

K0HCE QUBSOUnsEUS receiving their papers O irro^fuJarlr, either duoa^h the I'osl PJi:e or from itnnrters. will oulijrs by com jaiauca'-ing at once with the PobUslier. I

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

SRXSBAJSTE (From the Cornier and Guardian.) We perceive that a theatre, nnder the namo «f the *? Olympic,' is about to bo opened ia Brisbane by Mr. Cameron, formerly of the Victoria, at Sydney, The season will last for thiee months, to commence on Tuesday next, on which occasion portions, of 'Otliello'and 'The Stranger' will be ren dered by the new company, together with a farce, 'followed by Greek and Roman statues. The election of Directors for tbe Qncens land Insurance Company is fixed to take place at the' City Council Obambcra on Tuesday next A meeting of the Provisional Committee was expected to lie held yester day afternoon, to receive a deputation from the shareholders* meeting, and other mat ters, tiut. in consequence of the presence of several gentlemen who had not signed the deed of settle ment, no business was done. In addition to this, on opinion from tbe law advisers of the Company has been received to the effect thst members of the Pro visions! Committee, sot having s...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

WEEKLY CAIJSN11A.lt. JlT.T,5i_ RlsEt , j.^^ | Aat lOXTIttBilL u.n. ' ~n.i7'j ». u. 'M^rnTitlnT. Tne*y_ 1 G-4 5 14 I .t S I I IS 1J0 W.-ansJn* S' &i{ SM ! 4 s j a SB I i 3e . rhursdiy 51 6 S3 i 15 j s g jiS; 3 1j F.'»liy._- *? C 53 S Is 6 S :1:«, 3 51 ?Salnrdiv Sj ' S3 \ 5 15 1 T « ? 4 li 4 SO Sunday _. 61 6 M ' t 19 I S S ' 4 52 . S I j iioaJly_ 7j HSl ,? S J6 | 9 8 ^i-3, ill Tta kuu'f ri^in^ and setting is nalmlab'd to mran time llifffa n&UT at Ii^wich four bours later.

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A Meetixo of the Insm-icli Municipal C:mn. -*,il was held yestcrdav afteriioun, present the Mayor. Aldermen CJune, fitaclcy. O'Mallcy. Watkin?. and Thompson. The minutes of the previons meeting were road and confirmed. The Town Clerk also read tl|cT.«vn Sur VByur*s weekly rcfuri. iaj2Kr.si-osf»i:KCE. Tlie M won read Ihe f.ilidirinjr letter from tint Under Colonial Seoretrary, iwpr.rting the pruposcil bridgi* acro.i? die* Bji:nicr : — ?' Colonial Secrctarj-'s Office, Hi isbani-. June 21, 160*.' ' Sib. — I am directed t-i ackuon l^lse the receipt of your litter of the 5th instant, aiicninpAtiied by i-lans of the proposed briJgu for the lircmcr Riv.-r. at Ipswich, sitiuuillcd for ap-iroval of his Escolloiiiiy ihe (io.er nor in Coaii.-il, ami in reply, I am to iniuna you. that in the opinion of the Council, tho cost of erecting » bridge upon either of the places subiuitted. would lie greater than cirniun-itances w mid warrant, and. ks the fioverninent have no ...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

pc |]ioi-% gustvaliam irSWlGi:. TUESDAY. JCLl-L. ISB2. Tire arrival of one of the hvelre vfelsc!s arbieh we have been advised were cd ?JBgei to carry immigrants to ?this ofomy, from Gigft lirit^n, and other parts -jf Europe'; the endeavors at present being made in Victoria, to i'ruuie a com pan v to locate tbe additional j territory granted to Oueeji^land i|£ ilic J North ; and the intention of the British j Govcrninent, as conveyed by the Duke , of Newcastle, tojissist in the sopport, ! and formation of' a settlemeatin the j vicinity of the Gulf of -Carpentaria, haHTaH questions ecf intimately related : to our land laws and our scheme of ? ^luiipntion., th^t the consideration of , 'any of them leads to the discussion of I the rest. The vast territory committed ' to the care of our Government, aijd the 1 small resources in labor and capital wliich we possess for its profitable occu pation, develiipinentjsmd protection, lend to our prcseat position an extraordinary! interest, aud req...

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MONDAY, JUNE 30. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

Hokd&t, Jcke30. Before tlie Police ^Lacistcatc ? Matthew Burns, .convicted of furious rid -ing, was fined £3,~with the alternative of li days in Brisbane Gaol. - . . The same defendant was also fined £5 for assaulting Constable Dowliug in the execu tion of liis duty * or in defanlt of payment was ordered to lie imprisoned for. one month in Brisbane Gaol. He vts also fined £3 for tan ?assault committed on Constable Ssuleir, and in dalanlt of payment was ordered to be impris-MrSidforlt diys in.Brubane Gaol, to commonce from the exp&atidn of the previ ous sentence. Bosisb fob Jclt. 1862.— let, G.Fairdoth and F. Korth.E*5S.; 4th. J. Murphy «naj. FieTiiing, Esqs.; 6th, J. Pauton and II. M. i^ockburn, Esqs. : II tTi, U. Challiaor and U_ J. Smith, F-sqs.; 15th. T. De L. Moffatt nnd Thomas Gowlauds, Esqs.; 18th, ? Omrv .-md -?coriii Tliam. E»qs. : 22nd, C. L. D. I 'Mt.iriiii and G. II. Wilson. Esqs. ; 2-5tb. F. A. Forlws and J. P. Dell, Esqs.: 29th, B. Cribb and G. Thorn. F....

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COMMUNICATION WITH SYDNEY BY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

COM3IUXICATIOX WITH SYDNEY BY WATEE. ' The time has arrived iruen some ships should lie taken to afford greater facilities of communication between Brislianc ami Sydney at a reduced rate of charge. At present ivo arc totally dependent on the A.S.X. Company, save tlic occasional ar rival of a few coasters, winch are beside the question. Tbc Company profess to despatcb a stnamcr from Sydiicy to Brisbane every week, but the time advertised for sailing is too frequently broken through upon tue most frivolous pretexts. Such is die im portance to thonsands of regular aiul speedy communication to and from the ports indi cated, that a. Li-weckly communication should be kept up from both ends of tbc line. It may be all very well far the Com pany to break through the advertised time to oblige exalted personages, or upon any other like pretext, but tbc inconvenience to the pnlilic is very serious. Tbc only way of putting an end to tbis monopoly and keeping up reffiilar communication nitU our p...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 28TH JUNE. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

IPSWICH POLICE CODItT. Satphday, zSthJcse. Befobe the Police Magistrate. . Charles Barker, cliarged -with JrnnleB ncss, was fined Ss^ with tbe alternntivc of 34 horns in *l»e ?colls. ? Pierce Goold Copley appeared in answer to ad information chirping him with allow ing music in his licensed home, without per mission. Information withdrawn. Louis Wittgunstcin, charged with obtain ing by false pretences the sum of one hun dred pounds from John Dean Nicholls, of Sydney, was ordered to be forwarded to Sydney, whence a warrant bad issued for his apprehension. ' ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

NOTICE. 1 « KIM'S for tliis JunmrJ are informed j L that the Accounts liv tlieir District* tee l'tirwiudcj |-\- the present mail. Early attention isruuLestud. Lists of uew Sub scribers shoulj 1m ibrvrarik-d immediately. NOJICE.' COCXTKY Subscribers or Advertisers nimse Accounts arc £1 or uiuvards. will 01 Lge by an early remittance. Xor.Tj ArsTKALiAx'Oflice, j l^t July. 1*«2. ~ NOTICE. TSTEVDnre S-.ilrseriucrs are reminded i tUat tiic littsent is die first issue of this Jviimnl for the «;Tarter. Persons'cailiug at tho' oSfcc, or sending a written order, will uavo tlie paper ftilivcred regularly at their address. i ' . ?V ?? ' rtniL. -. ? *?** . 'Qaajxedy.'inaAi-anjM .; 9s. Pitt'-, credit .. ' ..' ., lib. Noeth ArsraiUAX OSice, . ' 1st July. 1S62.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

AKD , QUEKKSLAXS OBKKBAX. AVTZKTISUt, IS published on Tossdat, Thcesdat, and I Satubdai mornings, and forwarded tu Country Subscribers by the earliest mails, J tesus or sunscEimos, j Per Quarter, in advance ? St. Per Quarter, credit ? 10s, I Single Number ? 6d. j The Quarters tannimtn on lite 31st March, j SOth June. S0&. September, and SIstDoeera- j for at which period* only cau resignation j be_n«»lT«tf ; Settee* of TorigJuittoij mil j |vJ9|HHBR(mlB a «ronrter of an ? ?HB^I* ^^?tb^.rMiS^^^wtisc^ert. «r it £? -7 will be costinaed until countermanded, and -,- charged ^SaE&diagly. Advertisements &oia '?'?? Notf-snb*ei$l-4rrtnust be pudfiir .previously j' ?;. to ptt&licafioh. 4 ..* : ?»* .. '' *ffii»rt «»«mntmymnT|^ Xdvcrtisanents - VUEn-rt.bjratteudediib- unless received by ' Taf o'clock on Kosbmt, WsgKESDAY. -or * '. FsopXY M orafi&gs : and Advertisements can 1 the cv eauig finjiaiias S-**jSSSfi!»ffoii; to eh i,fmn intrjftirrn i» the folloirin...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

PS^O€5HCIA1. Pr --j»rcE EECEITE3. — By Jlr. H. V. IlasseA, 2)1 bales of wool AB conjoined.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

. J3 £i 1 1- IP I J-X Or . * AlUUVAU Jvse C7.— T.-U rnji'i. (s.) 7(X- tons. Con tain O'licilly. from s-,-.!ik-v the ±5t'i insta it. Vttsin-scrs — M.-s. fr.'?!I-enaott sui! child, Mr«. lurstn, MU- licit. Mr. W. D. T-..rh, Slater William Tooth, Mistrr ' Jam.-* On -it!*. Jt-sti-r S-.-du.-- T.,utli. 51 :;«rs. W. B.iit, !-. fioss. ir.Sc:.ti.'W. Woo-t. M-ir.i'iy. F. W. Piati. I'.. IW-e. Tjllumiaiu Scli-rirn. it-^.-v.-\.IIins. Fsiniloth. C. Wal ker. I. «i! *i-.i. Jlacijiicsa, A. W. i'isk, an.l 8-» ?ti iuj stunrazvi. j Jims 2t. — Sam Kin. sfear.i_-r. Captain Br.wru. frmi Sir lu-y «Jio*3fitIi in»tft»i. P.*s S'.-n;irs— tu-o ia tin sr.vracrt. .Imi_- £8. — City of UrUlur'i!. shin. 910 I to-i*. Cinra.ii '.lisrris. fr-i;i riytiioutb oa tile j ?25th of J?vbruarv. l\i-sea*;ers — satocn — } Mr. ati'l M -s. ft. K. I.-.t!iain fiii.l fsmilv (2). j Mr. a:id Mis. Mir-i-tt«. -lr*. Wi;it,-r a;:d fsraily -''.). Mr. a:»l »[;-s. Wpt. M^s-s. 0;or0-; II. Urij'ii T. C. Carr. !.'. W. -!.Kiil- a-nv. O. A. Hall, .I...

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WALKERS DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

WALKEES DIAKY. '? The uight altar my arrival, it was blow iutc very hard from XJ!., aud a great rman- - tity of rain fell. Thi wind abated the next day, aud the rain cleared off through the ' dav. I now accompanied Captain Konna n in his boat to the Victoria, and that vessel upon our arrival moved over to the anchor age at Sirccr's Island. Here, as it was smooth water. I wss enabled to make a tracing of my map, which Captain Norman take j chares* o£ together with my journal. which he had copied by his clerk, and both will be given to the Bayal Society of Vic toria. Having CMnpIeted all the supplies thdt Captain Norman could muster, hi order to fit me out . for ray search »u tho traces of Burke, we re^urnea to the depot. ' On Mondiyf' December 16, ire crossed over the ' horses to the right bank of tlie river, having had the assistance of two of Captan Norman's boats. Several of bis men now worked at making me some new saddle lui^r^ my former ones jbfing must 6f thotn useless. ' Ou We...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

K1OT3SS jft-TTD SsTEWTS. j PnEEvowiiJV. — Mx. Il.-T!liiton tlw Professor : of Plncwlo;!}- ha« anuouncrd his intention of c3:liviri,ij his first jrrand demonstrative ! lecture ;i;i.i:: tliis s?ic:ise in the Hall of the Si-.hool of Arts. o:i Mundav evening nrst, 7t'.i iaatant The bsads of noted men in Ipswich, will be manipulate! by the lec turer in support of his dogma, and further ilhirtiitlioiis uil! be .uiveu upon tli; skull- of i murdei-ers, atorisrinals, &c_ &c. J Di:5F,BTioxs, — The last number of the Gocrrnmrnt GaztVt contains the names and descriptions of no less than eleven deserters from IOi. 12th Begimsnt of Foot, stationed in Brisbane Tbc time lias snrely arrived v.hcn a Wnd of rnquin1 should be held to ppilie this matter to tbe quick, and to affirm or contradict the current reports as to tJiecan^e which has led to this wholesale dessrtion on the part of the troops. Cab«. — From the increased and increasing population of Ipswich the time is fast ap proac!i...

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No. 3. "Strathlbyn, 29th April 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

No. 3. , ?' Stntbalbyn. 23tli April. 1862. ' Sir, — I do not know wiieUn-.r tho Royal Society havu entertained any wish to hav« tlie Barkly Hirer trae-«l to the * Carvsance' of the bltcks. Tlie Burke River I believe to be the StaweU. ' Shjald, however, sucli an oxjwdition be rcsjlved on. I think I have the first claim to command it, and I woi.ild willingly give i my S3r\iaao gratis, V roquirel. In fcet, so j auxious am 1 about it, that, independent of ! the use -.f six of my or.i hors-rs. I will sub- ; scribo all I can eparc to-.varls the oiuiit. I I know not how much that may be until I see i my agent in Itockhampton. '?? 1 remain, Sir, your obedient servant, *? VeunEBirK Walkee. ' The Secretary, lloyal Society.'

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