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ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

ADELAIDE. TuesiUv, 8f».in. Tiic fl.iur niflitirt to rtiiy h.-.s liccn very .~.c tiv.-. SiJk-ilr.-.^seii, £12 to £12 15s.; ivirc dre-swl. Ill 10s^4«vi£12. Wheat for ship ment. 4 s. 1--.'.. to -isJfld. TIi-' ili-'iatt' «a ^Jie Constitution Amend ment resolutions again adjourned to Ttiurs Sncrirs ara oiiotod nt the following rates : — HiiVn. £*S;pirowns,£29: ycllowK^iaS; '^TTtsSsf fi5flEr*B tTrini st_-Ltion. on th=- M^ir Tny.2-^'«iin:up miles. 1200 hsnd of cattle, was soM by auction to-day, for £:55O-). Tlw B.rar niaiVet is firm at £12 Nte. to £12 l-js. for lii-st brands. Wheat is active at 4s. lid.; imUers'iiriU not sr-.l! uuilBr -Us. Arriv-il. — The Koiijr!. from Hobart Town.

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LIBERTY VERSUS THE NEW ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

LIBERTY rERSUS THE NEW ARTILLERY. Tnr discussion on iron plate and rifled can non iias overspread the land. Every one has had something to say on it. That notable person, the 'die village politician.' has settled the question to die satisfaction of himself and those who believe in him ; but great statesmen and great mechanicians feel ill at case when diey come to consider tho subject. They do not see their wav verv far into it. They know that science r.nd human ingenuity have not yet come to a stand-still, and they feel rbat oiilv hy per petual thought and toil, experiment and ex pense, can a nation hope to maintain a safo position amongst the 'powers' of die world. Whether the means of attack or those of defence will ultimately become tho stronger, whether die plating will coofound the guns, or the guns destroy the plating, they cannot say; but they believe that wonderful improvements will yet be made in both ; and they are satisfied that the art of war will undergo great changes, ...

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NORTHERN EXPLORATION—SAFE RETURN OF LANDSBORUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

NOBTHEBN EXPIjOBATIOX— SAFE BETDBN OF LAKDSBOBUGH. It will be recollected by our readers tiiat, some months ago, an expedition, beaded by landsborongh, started by steamer from tiiis colony to Queensland, with die view of proceeding overland to the Gulf of Carpen taria, and, if possible, findingsome traces of Burke and bis party, whose misfortunes have recently called forth so much public sympathy. Some apprehension was enter tained that Landsborongh bad shnxed the melancholy fate of the explorer of whom he bad gone in search. Those, however, who knew bow experienced he was as A buihman titonght diese fears idle, knowing well that he wonld live wherever a btackfellow could find sufficient food to keep body and soul together, and their confidence has been Jus tified by his safe return. About the same time that his follow explorer (Walker) *r jived in Queensland, Landsbornugfa struck' the Darling some milee from Fort Burke, having crossed die continent on a track well grassed and water...

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LAMBING FLAT. Monday, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

LAMBI3JG FLAT. . Hondav.3une 29. ' I Tlie escort leaves tn-4ny with 3110 ounces I | 8 dirts. -; jrn. sxii, and £80S9 iu notes. i S«rjreaut SsnitU and troo|«rs arcniapany | the coidi on horseback, instead t»f riding in j it as bjforcv orders to that effect having been !rec«uved. ? V tli'TSSWrrH reiiffipcil consiacriiTjlj, | ^c\veral rnsbc-s'liave taken place, but the 1 fcnreity of ivatfr, even for drinking pur p-st-B, retudstiiL-ir development. I Weather fine. ! Siiadty moniing, June 22. Xotliiiig nflir in mining matters. llic tnivnsbip was i:i a state .if excitement ' yesterday lnornino-, «n thn .-irriv:il of Ser geant fisn-lon--nn ami several tr«i|K-rf=, «itli about 1400 ounces -if the gold stolen from the escort. The sergeant's party came upon a horse, man leading a pack-horse, at Wbeogn, about forty miles frnm Forces. He let it go when he saw the police, and galloped off. It was upon this pack-horse tbe gold was being eoaveycil. The robbers appear to have se parated into two part...

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SOFALA. Tuesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

SOKALA. Tuesilav. June 2S. - A collision hitween rivnl trilies «-f Chi '? nanicn took place on Sunday, at ICrskine 1 Flat. Fire^'Siuione were save'rel r nona^ci. and two mnrtally. Yesterday and to-day ] there have bcea gnsit preparations nl! over tbe riv.jr among tbc Chinese, and a severe contest is every moment expected. The available- police force consists of j thr«e co!ist»bles. Sjicci.ils aru beiu^ ssoni ] in froni the l^uixipcaus.

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, June 17, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

?:-'; WELTiOVBNE. Tacsdav, Jmic 17, 8 p.m'. The Assembly met -at two this afternoon, to expedite the close of the session. The Opium l)ntv Bill was passed in the Assembly, notwitlistandin? jlnt Urse quantities lia^e been taken out of bond by speculators sinrte tbe resolution of tbe Howe to raise the dnty to &n». p, r nonnd. the Appmpihituni Act is also passon1. Mr. O'Sh viassy aimonnoed that thc-^ivem- ] ment hndnritien toKnirlnidon the snbject. of proper medtcnl officers for the Yarra Rend j Asyluai. { Wcitnesdny. June ]P. S p.m. Parliament was prorogued by bis Excel- | It-ncy tlie ISovemor with an unusually long ' sjieech. As-.-nt uaj given to all the bills j «a«si-4. The -J«vpiiior's SMlai-j- Beduction j Kill, nnfl Aliens Hill, T»sf rvpil 'for tlie Im- I iw-ri.il Ooviiriim.-nt. The Civic Scititi^. ! Crown tiands, Ooinn'qn Sclionls. Ciold Vls ort. Djty. Oniim fliitv. an-.l I-istillati'.n Bills, a-id Tra-isfer of IVoparty Act.— arerc ji;-s-c-i and aswntftd to. Tlie O;-iuni ...

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ORANGE. Monday, June 23. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

OIIAXGE. Monday, June S3, 7 pjn. The police with the lilackfclloirs:iu fulioir ing the track «f tlie Jobbers of the Escort and mail caught sight of them on aqopsn ridge on Finn's station, about thirty-four miles from Forbes, on the Lambing Flat lload. The police gave chase, and were gaining on theiq. When in tbe scrub, bushrangers left their pack -horse, with sadile-nags contain ing 1300 ounces cold, die two carbines and revolvers, taken from t!is Esexirr. Tho police ! are folltcing tlieir tracks. ' ? The escort left Orange to-dny with 1267 I ounces gold, and $1500 in cash. Mr. Furlong isuow about to address the electors. Wednesday afternoon, June 25. Tbe Domination for the rojiresent.nlioji of Oranee took place to-day, at noon. Mr. James Martin, Qfi;v w^propfeBSTtpy-Wtr^ 3. F. Lan'c, and seconfied by 'Mr. P. C*va »agb. Mr. Bnrlong was proposed by Mr. Peisley, tlie late member, and seconded by Kb-. AHlliam Craij£e. Tlie shocr of hands was in favor of Sir. Martin, and a poll was dema...

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

We«kia* TitADi: Rki-iii:t. Trade bes been ilitjl -lui-in^ ths xieci in j coas-tjnenca( of the incloiiieiscv of tlie «?!?:»? ii«r, rainimving fallen c-tatin*.ions1y. S-igar lias dwliiu'd from iwcntv to thirtv sliillin-s. Adelni.le fi.mr sills readily at £H 10s., and still has an ujinarj teaAeucy. Satardav evenine. The AssemWy, last nisiit, -ia tiie uuition of Mr. Fnnertr.' rescinded tha motion wliicb had hpen an-irptl at for oneuing the pro ceedings of the House wit' prayer. Tbe division lisi showed a majnrity of 20 to 9. It is announced that ths ninnej- order system will conic into operatioji at a;i carlv Mr. Hay has introduced a bill to uncourege

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

LATEST nraEUJQEKTCE. (From (iu Courier.} SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. TaE Weta on Crops Bill ha-- been read a second time, as also the bill to regulate Collieries. The Western anl Southern gold escorts have brought iowa over seven thousand ounces. Tint bail-liBR of the new Prince of Wales theatre oominences to-morrow. Mr. Clarke, the la! ? in.inagi:r ot tlie Srv. Kmland Stcsm C-ompany.. has b-on =;?- pointed successor to tlic late Mr. l*atcrsiin, i as imi'ia;rer of the Australasinu Steam Xa vigation Coin;-any.

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

TBEASUHy OEFALCAT1OXS. StE. — Can you inform me whether there be any rrntii in the report, that one great reason for the anxiety displayed by die Go vernment to get the paruaincntary session concluded eo quicklv, is that the' Govern ment are unwilling at die present time to face the ugly disclosures which are likclv to be made l.v the Committee now sitting on the Treasury defalcations. DIOGENES.

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MORPETH. Wednesday, June 18, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

5TOKPKTH. Wdliusdnv. Jniic IS. 5 run. The first turf of tlic Morp.-rh Gail-vnyn-as turiUMl to-iiay. .lipvarJs of tun thousand persons were jHiesem. After the ceremony, iipv.-aras .if ttv-o hundred f^ntlcmcn rat down t» 4 eunrntwnns luncheon. The whole proceedings passed off with great cdat. £nthusiasm and got-4 order pre vailcd.

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THE QUEEN'S PARK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

TIIE QUEENS PAHK. Sm,- As I believe I was the only member conuectcd with the Ipswich district, except Sir. O'Sullivan and Mr. Maealistcr. who spoke on die subject of the Queen's Part Ipswich, when an item of expenditure con nected tiiercwith was under the considera tion of the Iloasc, I necessarilr inf--r tliat the writer of the Litter which appeared in your issue of the 21th inEtnnt. s5.jn.-d ' Another Hatcpaycr,' impute to me the authorship of the letter signed ?? Bati paycr,' which was published in ths columns of the Queensland Times of tiie 17di instant. Now, I beg to assure that anonymous correspondent, and nil others whom it mav cauccru, that when I Icck the moral courage to append my name to a communication containing a personal attack upon any indi vidual, I always refrain from making such an attack ; and from my own experience, I can confidently recommend tills practice for die adoption of all ratepayers, as being well calculated to keep a roan on good terms witli himself, ...

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NEWCASTLE. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

NEWCASTMS. ' M onnav, 6 p.m. * A miner aamc4 Bcnjnmin Hopton, while |Htteccdin-r to bis work tliis iaorniii$, at the C. and C. ConjnjmyV rinnols, fell', don n dean. Tlie cause of bis death was disease of the heart. IVcdnesday, June 3-ij, ^ pjn. . Trie'Mary B. Rev. bif([«e, Ims jnst arrived from Mclboninc, nith two hundred men for t!i« A. A. Company. A lur^e number of miners and others arc coni^rognted on the wharf to witness the vessel's arrival. S n.m. The nrrivnl of the miners from Melbourne lias cauE2:l some excitement. The dele}jit-,s went alongside tbe ves.se! and held a conversation . with the men. : Tlieyare to meet the delegates to-morrow, at ttic Company's Operative Store. The general impression is that the newly arrived miners will not go to vnrk.

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

IMPOUNDING*?. At Drayton. from Eton Vale, 16th June, 1863. Driving expenses, Is. per head. One darkroan horse, short teil.lihelj over M near shoulder: black filly, like B near shoulder, a near ribs-; grey mare, A near shoulder, A near -thigh; bay lioreo, shod, illegible {brand near shoulder, like EE off shoulder ; bay -horse, star and snip, like W scar shoul der, hind fetlocks white; iron grey colt, Etripcdowc faes, no bntnd visible; brown filly, like FB, like spur band under near shoulder; chesnnt filly, illegible brand near shoulder. like BB mar ribs. If not released ,©n or before the 6& day of July. 1662, trm be sold to par expanses.— AsxstJB Jjlotd, Poandkeepcr. At Ipswich, fi-om Rosewood. Driving :md trespass £1 per head: — Bav hors«, blaze, bi:nl feet nliitp, HIV avof 02 or S uear shuuldnr; bay horse, s:nall Etar, near f,)rc and binA feet white, like ^ near shoulder and check.

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THE WHET PRODUCTION OF THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. (From the Melbourne Economist) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

TIIE WHEAT PRODUCTION OF TIIE AUSTKAL1AN COLONIES. (Front the Melbourne Economist} New South Wales is generally, to a tri fling extent, deficient in meeting her internal demand for flour, but this will be fully met by the snrplus of Tasmania. Practically, therefore, the flour question for the colonies rests upon the produce of South Australia and Victoria. The full returns for South Australia have net vet been published; but sufhcient facts for our purpose are quoted in the late financial statement of the Treasurer of that colon}-, and we are enabled to make die following comparative statement of die wheat statistics of the two colonies : — Sooni Acsrnuu. BnaMa Ion SSarVrit. per me, 1S61 ? K3.467 _ 3J)73»a _ H* IS62 ? 210,539 _ 3-KTJ,UJ9 _. 10.57 Victoeil Acres. Biuhds per acre. JBS1 ? VH251 _ 3.4*.V.'IS — a.* VBBi ? I9J.533 _ 3&£«o& _ t&£ Torus. Acres. BonIwU. 1SSI ? 4S!,T3S _ ifrZfil J«e ? 505,132 _. 6,W4^S5 From a statement in die South Anstra lian Treasur...

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WALKERS' EXPLORING EXPEDITION. "Strathalbyn, Burdekin River, "April 29th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862

WALKERS' EXPLORING EXPE DITION*. (From the Argus. June 6th) ' Stratkalbvn. Bordekin Itivcr. * ' April 29tb, 1S6A 'Sib, — I da myself the honour to inform you that the party under my command reached this place, distant about seventy miles from Port DenUon. ou the 5th instant. ?? I enclose so mnch of my journal as will explain the reason of ruy having ci-:nc in this way, and also a portion if my map showing the Flindei-'s Eivcr and liurku's track to his CXIX tree, , Y..u wijl observe that I have liccn mueli misled bv Burkc's having lu irk™ a tree {5J-:.E. over 14. lias the IJjyal So cietv any information us to the mcuiing of . dsis'raark? I ' Wo hare had a tedious and unpleasant j journey since icarlug tlio Noruiau fiiver. ] Tho want of slides sjon lamed the h-jree6 ; when we had t.- cross the jiorpuyry and 1 slate of the Gilbert Kivor : and when we j had crossed tfce great granite range I found j myself coap-illedto leive thirteen horses ou j a 'river I havu italled tbu Ooppjrfield. ...

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

Comlimentaiy Benefit to Mr- H. M. Hondin, under the patronage of the 'WorsMpM Ths Mayor. Admission: BACK SEATS, Is. ; FHOXT DO^ 2s. 4 T THE SCHOOL OF ABTS. THIS J\. EVEXIXU TITEPDAV, JULY 1st, For the last Time! On which occasion he will appear in bis Grand Budget of National Cliaractcristics, embracing Esclasi). Switzerland, China, Ikjxasd. Fuiscic, AMinuci, and Italy, And introduce 'That Young Man front the Country,' ' The Banks of the Shannon,' ' Sally Come lTp.' and ?? Hoot. Hoc, ur die.' 3Ir. IIOUDIN rill be a.ssis'tcd by fix, -ieuticinen Amateurs who ii:i\e kiliftiy volunteered their services. ANTED, a SEBVAST. Apply to Mrs. BBOUGHTOS. Ipswich. MOIICE. IJHE undorsiitneds' veqnost^ that all ac JL -»:mts against him say l-c rendered for lit|iiidatiun. At die same time requests that aii accounts due to him mav be settled with out delay. ALEXANDER BALIU. Bush Inn, Fassifcrn. February 27, 1SG2. Qaeensland Insurance Company and Provident institute. IPSWICH BEANCH. TNTENDIVG Policy H...

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

VICTORIA. We quote as follows from the Argus: — TUat journal of die 15th says:—^-A pleasing and well-merited acknowledgement of the cervices rendered by Captain Norman and thi officers aud men' of H.5L o.s.s. Victoria, j i:i the latj naval expedition to the Gulf or j Carpentaria, despatched for the purpose of emivevinir riliei to tiie missing portion of the exploration party undsr the leadership of Sir. Buruc, was made yiatcrd.iv. A depu tition from the Exploration Cduunittw, tou sistingf of Vr. Macadam, t!ic honorary secre tary, and several other gentlemen went on board the Victoria, and presetted Captain Norman with an address, expressive of the oinimittee's appreciation of the value of the services p.;rforint-l br tlie expedition, the zeal and skill displayed by its com mander, and the exemplary conduct of all tinder his direction, both ofliecrs and men. The address was read and presented to Cap tain Xorinin In- Dr. Macadam, in tho pre sence of the whole of tbo oi*.i«rs and ship'...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. An attempt is being made to revive an .iirit-it:on in favour of ' Protection to colo nial m.inufactKres and industry.' On the 16th June, a pnblic Tueetinj; was held in support of t'le Protection doctrine, in the T«Tiperanco Hnil, at which Mr. Martin. 0 tJ.. was the c'lief speaker. The learned prprlcnan handled the subject with masii &l«Utv. but fte arc;iunonts put forth were not o: a very convincing kind, except, iu dced. tAtbosj wiio embrace the protective ! ths-ry. R.folu'ions were carried, however, I reqaoitin^ tht Legislature to revise the tarif an-1 institute new datiei that shall { t-jri 1 to foster colonial manufactures and in I d-istry. I Oa the fi-liwin? evening, in the same I buil linr. a. nuMic meeting iru held to prn test a;Htn*t the Charcli and School Lands Bill intvonuccd by Mr. Secretary Bobertsun ; I the slid measure being denoiuiccd in thn placa-ls an lairartiaumsats as a 'swindle' I and ai ?? ini^nitousproposaL' Thebi!l wag i great:y cin.li...

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Manassas Junction, Virginia. March 21, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

Manassis JuaetioD, Virjinia, March 21, 1862. Deae Sib. — I received your letter, and I thank you for not having doubted or the Interest 1 should taic iiTthc sufferings of »lie pnor nciehbours of Gon-Ia. After hav j'jg witiessad aiOTetiMn o^Oithem'ia'ortunee of ths Irish race on its ov. u soil. I edinirc duly here on the continent of America, its energies and devotion to the country of its ^'.ontion. I hare sent an order to Messrs. C -utt9 anil Co. in London, to hold at your disposal, tbe snm of £30, which yon may £ct throaph their enrrespandent ia Dublin. tunards tuc s:ibscriptiou list of the Goarla Ciub. Believe me. Sir. yom-s truly, LOUIS PHILLIP D'OKLEANS. To Boeeet M-CEEDr. Esquire. At a. meeting of Uis ilausioa Hoose Com mitted for the Belief of the distress in Ire land, held in Diiblin.asubscription, amongst others, of £100 was handed in from His Holiness Pius the IX. The Irish in Canada are maki&sr active exertions to lessen the weight of distress trhich effects their...

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