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THE COOLIE AND CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

THE COOLIE AXU CllfSESE QUESTIOV A pgbmc meeting is to be held in the Schnoluf Arts. Hrislmnctlii- evening, for the purjiosfi ,.f pcfiUoiiinsr the Qiic:ii, to place her rovnl veto upon tlio proposed iutrojuc tinn of Cwlies and Chinese into this coJdbv; iittdalso, of potitii.Liias his Excellency the Governor to wit hold bis assent from the bill now ln-fure Ilia legisinture. nnti! the ?ileasure of hr-r Jtajcstv on th« subject sbaSl have hxn asctirtained. The first portion of thu nrointimmc will meet the wishes of the jHihlie. i«e iMjtjr must Iw ontinprent unou the bill l.ittfy passed by the Abscinhly being endorsiil liy the Tliiper House. It is to be Wfrrettcd that vul'Hc mectinsrs liad not been )xifort! convened throughout die lentil aud lirVMtdtiti of tiie l&nd for t-liis |iurposc. «o tiiat I fho Mil iuir;ht have ht!«u st-tjipftd ii trausitu in the lower h«ns«. The result consequent upon the -U'!')Sici.ni offered to the Militu and new Klcctoral Bills sufiicieiitly indicate v...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

SMAM. DEBTS COUU'f. WEUNEsnjiv. Jin.v 2. The jnontJily Mttin.'sJ of the Court of Re quests was fai-ld yest.;rd«y at the Tolioc Oliice. lifforL' the Polio; Jfajri»-tratc ntt.:ea c^se* oaly ware sat down for j fria!, thirteen of which were cither post I |N-oed till die 7th instant, settled out of I court, or liismissej. Tlio oalv tarn cusiss in wl.icli verdicts were recoraoA' for tlie i-Uiu- tiffs were the fullowiiiff :— John C. F.mtcv. Dennis I'reaily for £0 !*„ and.J.jliu C. Footc v. Thomas Malou.;_v fur £g.

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SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

SYDNEY. Moudav, f. p.m. (From tht Courier.) He. SiAras has l-een rctumcil for Orange by a mnj iriiv of 93 votes over Ins autagou Ut. Wr. Khi«»ijj. Sdoiv commenscd falling at Onin^u on SuiiJay, and continued fur sixteen hours ifitlioitt intermission. FiftY-tw.xmtof the twoliaadred miner* from MoJ»HHimc Lave cone to work for tlu AuHtraliin Agiic-Uural Comp&uy nt 2k«tTi-r;ist3e. Ou Saturday afteruoon ljuly Voting pre sented a silver trumpet to Uic 5.'o. 1 Uattcry of the Volunteer Artilluty. Taesday, C p.m. Sir F. Pottingcr nmlc tn-o IinnAred And sixty lailes after the Escort rubUsi's, fol lon-ing their tracks in the direction of Victoria. At the last accouats received, hi! Ii--J not succeeded in eaj-turiii^ them, bsit liad overtaken sixpf tbeir horseai, n-hicli liad in.)ck»:d up and been descxicd Lv tlicir ridei*. M^jor-tiencral l'ratt is sore ia pyduuy. ami intuads tu review die VolantC'Vrd and regular trmpps on an early day.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE BRISBANE. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

LATEST ESTTELLIGENCE BRISBANE. [FBOH OUB O«X OORBESTWSDEKT.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Tbe Clarence arrived from the North era Ports this afternoon, but brings no Dews of much importance. The diggings near Gladstone are pro gressing slon-Iy, and the number of diggers gradually increasing. The Uill is to be introduced in the Legislative Assembly to-morrow to sanetioTi the appsintment of a 'Chief Justice, {iiirsusnt to the resolutions to that effect passed by both Houses. The Minister of Lands and Works gave notice ia the Legislative Assem bly this afternoon that lie ?will move on Friday next that the House resolve it self into a committee of the whole to consider resolutions authorising the Government to carry on the Trainroad and buy out the Company's stock and interest. The Constitution Sill passed its second reading ia the Legislative Council this afternoon, by a majority of ^twelve to JEve. '-

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

VICTORIA Vft have papers to the 23rd instant. From the Argut we quote as follows: — The salvage case arising out of the gold taken from the Empress of the Sea was finished on Saturday, the Judge of the Ad miralty Court Ctue Chief Justice) awarding £850 to the salvors, apportioned ae follows : — £400 to the owners of the schooner Rip, £200 to the master, and £250 to the crew. His Honor said he had felt great hesitation on the subject of costs, arising out of the conduct of the promoters in detaining the ra, and in not showing promptitude in coming to the Court; bat looking to the fact that it was the first case tried in the country, he would not deprive th,: promoters of costs, Kir. -Landshorongh's despatch, notifying that he had crossed the continent from Car pentarta, and had arrived nn the Darling, was taken into consideration bv die Explol ration Committee, at a special meeting on Saturday. After a somewhat length v 'dis cussion, it was resolved that a message should be forwarded...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

ipswich pnucB cocsT.' TlIU-iDlV. JCL.Y I. Beose tha Foli=y Mn^istnvte, F. Jforth, L. K. l^slie, and «. i'airctoth. Ks.js. Tii.tuiis BjrmiuTliaiu and 3ilh'. aa ahj rigina!, pleaded guilty to ac'uarga'.if having been drunk and disurdeily in tl.e pLllic streets. Beiininirlmni was Sued /is., or in default to be iiniiriEontd fur 24 hours 111 the cells. Billy was discharged with a caution, j Daniel it'Inncnicy. — A crse vnder tbe j Vugrant Act, for nuiKg obsceuc snd1 abu sive language. Case ]-orfj-oiiifl till flje 4th instant. Daniel ,Ward v. JoJin Ai-kins.— A case under die -IM^aters and SeiranW Act, in which the dofendaat wig sued by plaintiif for balance of account alleged to be due bv the corporation. Case postitoued till tlie 4th instant. Micu^el Macanallen. — A summons case under the Cattle Stealing Prevention Ajct VTitlidnirn. Thomas Rawjeigh sra»~sp(iainta-i en ordi nary constable, in the room of Constable ?Sodlicr, resigned.

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FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE GOLD ESCORT ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

FUBTHEH PAHTICOLAKS OF THE GOLD ESCOBT ROBBEKY. (From tbe Ticslrm Examiner.) Oh Monday just as the Bathurst mail was about to leave Orange, our usually quiet town was thrown into a state of consterna tion, ia consequence of a report — which afterwards proved but too true — that the Forbes Escort had been attacked by an or ganised gang of highway robbers. As usual, in such cases, the reports were varied and contradictory. The arrival of portion of the escort at seven o'clock the same evening, placed us iu possession of authentic information, which we now place before our readers in a connected form.; Tbe Escort left Forbes on Sunday morn ing, under the immediate charge of sergeant Condell, seated on the box alongside tbe driver, Mr. Fagao ; die remainder of tbe escort, three men, were seated in tbe body of the coach ; their names were senior con stable Koran, constable Haviland. and an other constable a stranger on the escort, whose name is unknown. The treasnre consisted of 2711 oun...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

XJOT3BS j&JSTi XTS-VT-jS. Ton Seasox.— - Although ttiLsiircsciitmontii of July is the »lci-th »f wiutar, die advanced staio «f vegetation mi^Iit load new arrivals tn suppose that it was tiiecoimnenccuicut of Siaiinep;- ia many gau dens jiaaeWjid other trees are (to be Been in* full blossom, and in nmnenun cases die friiit lias sat die size of ?a larjre poa. It is aot to ha supposed diat this fruit will arrive at maturity, as die cold frosty ntgtits yet in store 'for us must assuredly cat them off. A Night vrru U.kkkv Uopws. — Tiie f Call of thj School of Arts was on Tauday evening devoted to a couipliinentarv benefit givea to Mr. H. Houdi-i tlie l'olynatioaalist, uiitU-r thu f-_ti»aage of tho Wo'isaipini the Mayor of Ipswich. The lic&oSt ira* one in a H:.;r.a se:isa tha Hall tiding filled with tho admirers of 5t. Houdiu's )-r-!l--r)uaiices. w!io wUhed to testily riiercto Cy assembling to;^eth.sr o:i this oesmion. Mr! Uondin was never in jrreater force for the various...

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THE IONIAN ISLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

THE IONIAN ISLES. (From the Homing Star.) VThis Lord Palmcrston declared the other uight that thx presence of French troops in Rome is a violation of the doctrine of non intervention, ho added an intimation that it world be a breach of the common law of nations as well, iut tlmt it had, at all events, the consent of the recognised ruler of the city. Now, it occurs to us that there is at present in Europe an instance of foreign occupation against which the formally choicn representatives of the people enter year after year a solemn but ineffectual protest. Ar2 we to draw a distiuction be tneeti one case and another, simply because in the instance to which we now refer the occupying power happens to he Great Bri tain ? We have bean! over and over again all tliat can be said in favor of the protecto rate which we force upon the people of tlie Ionian Islands. The protect -rate. we are reminded, was not QodertakeB* by Great Britain upon her own responsibility. That is to say. Great Brita...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have Adelaide papers to the U'tb inBt. The Urgukr&LyB: — The vital statistics of South Australia for ISCI contain interesting decennial retnrns of births, marriages, and deaths registered in the province from 1852 to 1861 inclusive. The statement of births is as follows : — Year. Males. Females Total. 1852 .. 1431 1296 2727 1853 .. 1*01 337.1 2774 1851 .. 1728 1723 S151 1855 .. 8054 1S90 SM4 1856 .. 2336 2153 44SS 1857 .. 26*0 2543 5183 1858 .. 2935 2737 6672 1659 .. 2976 2762 6738 1860 .. 2S1S 2749 S5W 1861 .. 1868 2633 5551 From these returns it would appear that the natural increase of the' population is betwefen 60O0 and 6000 » year. We«aanet, however, help coming to the conclusion that the registration is defective, as the number of birtns registered is 1861, i* smaller than in any of Hie proceeding years, although the population has been steadily, though slowly increasing by excess of immigration over emigration. It is true that tbe num ber of marri...

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LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF MAY. General Post-Office, Brisbane. 22nd June. 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTEBS FOB THE MONTH OF MAY. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 22nd Jnne. 1862. 1 ABIGAIL. J., Wooffaroo (3); 2 Abbot E. J, Gayndah : 3 Abbott E. J, Warwick - 4 Allwood, Mrs. Ellen, Bockhampton; 5 Aitken. John. Toowoomha (S) ; 6 Anderson William. B»cklunipton; 7 Anderson, Georgcj RocVhampton : 8 Andrews. Henrr. Hoek hampton ; 9 Armstrong. William, 'Ipswich, (2); 10 Arnold, Karl, Coonambnlah - 11 Aspinall, Albert W, Bowen; 13 Atberton. James. Warwick : IS Auld. Miss Mes-rfc. Ipswich; 14 Austen. W. W, Rockhamp ton. 1 Bailey, Mrs. Thomas. Ipswich: 2 Baker, Edward H, Raymond Terrace. N.S.W, re addrea-;ed Chinchilla (2) ; 3 Baler, Edward, Raymond Terrace, N.S.W, re-addressed Chinchilla; 4 Bassett, J. B, Maryborough; ?5 Beliairs, E. B., Tarawmalla ; 6 Bennett ? . Canal Cieek; 7 Bctham. M.. Rock h&mpton: 8 Biggins, Tbos.. Toovoomba: 9 Binnny. B. N_ BocfcbMnrrton; IO fimstead. John. Tocwoomba; II Birkett, Thomas. Rawbell; 12 Black. J. R., Rockhampton; 13 Bode, Henry....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

Birth. At Forbes's Buildings, Ipswich, on the 30th June instant, the lady of Dr. O'Doherty, of a son.    

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 July 1862

A New Rah.— A letter from New York, received in Liverpool, reports that the Go vernment has purchased the wooden steamer Vanderbilt, and are fitting her with an iron prow, and instead of iron protecting plates purposes using cotton bales. As the Van. d«rbilt possesses great eneine power, it is anticipated that she may be able to punch a hole in the Merrimao when that redoubtable vessel again takes tho offensive. It would, however, appear to have been forgotten Ait cotton when ignited emits a. suffocating smoke, and that consequently, in tbeivent of a shell exploding among the bales, ths crew would hare to abandon the vessel. IPSWICH, QUEENSLAND:— EDITED PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY RICHARD BELFORD, OF IPSWICH, FOR THE PRO- PRIETOR, AT THE "NORTH AUSTRALIAN" OFFICE, EAST-STREET.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

SEW SOUTH WALESA i uhimo Win!ams 'e^vojwjwrsto theSotb i In the political world very little ,.f fm , jwrtancc has transpired. Talk, incessant j talk, is the order of the dnv in th.- V scmbly, mtemiptcd only «vasi«,,anv 'l,v , Ok uuspatcli of a little bustm-sH II.*.. -? : I venime-nt hava curried their Chureh ant! | Seh,-.l La,Hls Bill bv a majoritv «'^*,T-5 I in committee, hut «» mcasiuV l,.,s ?-? hi I recommitted on a very knottv point— viz whetlwr th.: word 'religion' shall he struck fr.o» Hi« seeond clause, which eives the pnWsof rtic lands for the ^.motion of «J..cition and public worship. If the state. aid .ihontionfofs fail to effect this, tlu-v pur pos« joining with the supporters of I)r'. Wil s.uisbiU to thnw tt out on the third ' ruading. W e should mention that 3Ir. Holt earned .am Tuesday, his motion that the ; proceeding** be oonjiueiiced cadi rfav with i | prayer, ajo. accordingly, a form of praver is j now rerflABly l,y the S,«ak.*, tr-in.^ibed . (rom ihc : Concluding ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

f ? LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. W*eokiwd*v. Jci.r 2. i Tnc Sl'EAKEB read prayers, and took the chair at twentv liiinut.-s'p.ist three. * l'ETITIOX. Mr.HALY.'maei-iiinit of the session being ; is;- nuarti a close, witlinr.-w the following ; notion : ? ' That the. petition from Edward -Ni.ipm.-tn. presented hy him un the 1st iufttant, bo printed.' AITOI r*-:;-t;KXEltAl_ Mr WATTS sum. -.1— 'That tl.e Auditor-* «.-« Til be heard a; tin; li.ir of this honorable II., use on Tlturs \*y next, at the meeting uf t'i« House.' : Mr. BLAKENEY s-ovided the motion, which was put and parsed. EXTENSION Oi-' Tl-XEISBAVIT VROM T.YTTON' TO CAPE MOBETOX. Mr. EDJIOXDjsT'JXK moved— 'That this House will, t.--inorrow, resolve itself into a Committee of t!io whole, to consider ; of :vi iddross to the. - inventor, pray insr that l»is Ewlleney will be pleased t-v.ynsi- to be | --l.iced ih- tbs supplementary estimates for 1PG3 n BU-.n imt oxeieding £.2-~M\ to extend the teUp^iie fiB?^M8aPb!$£V& '-^mriSon »n ...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

ftUiJENSLAiSD PARLIAMENT. (Abridged jroa tlie Lvuntr.) LEGISLATIVE COUXUIL. Tur. PRESIDENT tout the chair at a 4ju--'ier past three o'clock, mid opened the -— ^m^'Shhay. In reply to :-lr. «?..-:.. t^ .VTTORXF.V CSKXEBAL «« undot.io.l t' siv r»t.-.t .-!: ? i matters alluded t.i hy the li-n. member h:ul been eiianir.-d into by the «So-.vr.im.:I|t. :i:»d thst tlu Hovininiontknewo! 110 reason why thev shnnM withhiiW. their troiiiideuee iro-jj Mr.' I.cith Hay. .IV RY 1UT.1 . The ATTOItXKY-J-i:.\J:;:.\I. ::iov,-,1 tin. second reidiujr of tliU bill, which was i«:t and passed. CO\STIl'lTtOV UH.I.. The \TrOK.\'EY-i;K.\'EKAl. moved the r-euml reailinj 'f this bill, which. aft.T con silornble discussion, was carried '-y a '''i-ysVouaJV boriTATiox bii,l, O i tiu- or.ler i.f fji il --y li.in .r ivji.1 1W the (bird rcadi:.!* of this bill, it nils ap»! ro V SUSl'iiSSlOX '«M' DISEASES IN CATTLE JS1I.L. This bill was read a »-*-.vid time, cun »H.-rM in committ.v. anit ji.iss-'d. ttVCttlMOXIAi'. rAl'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

^^ TO BPTCgEBS. mP*I^ 'l^'OKED prime fat WE ^THEKS for SAIj:. ApplvtoGU). HOLMES. Auctioneer, Ilalhy. * Ipswich Cotton Company. '\TOTICE is herebv Riven that a II 41 1.' J\ YEARLY GlribaUL MEl'reo of the SHAREnOLDEES in the IPSWICH COTTON COMPAXY will be held at the Company « Office*. Xic.'.olas-strect Insu-i.-h on TfESUAY, the 15th insUut7Bt 12 o clock, in terras of the Deed of Settlement. IIEXRY M. COCKBURX, Secretary. DALBT MR. T. C. MORISOX, XLRCS and L.A.C.. Member of the Xcw Soutli Wale». Victorian, and Queensland Medical Hoards, late Surseon-Mnjor in the Crimea ic^ &c may be CONSULTED dailv at l.is residence, Dalby. ifoncE A LL ACCOUNTS contrs.-tea with the J4_ MEDICAL HALL. Ipswich since the 226h of August, 1SG1. while tbctyisim-ss thereof was managod bv RlCHABDiMARlv BARNES, as agent for'N. BABLTEJT, iiavo been purchased hy me. I therefurofamtion all persons so indebted atrainst t»JSne the accounts to any one . not furnisfiipg my receipt, which is tbe oo!v valid dis...

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THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

THE X-O-WixrS^i^r 7rom the Tcowoowba Palters t- £ At^Kr.. .. \ CoSBAMISE. ? ^Tlie C'^ S[.-itidll.?/^B-. J) D. Vazau M.y»:-O.ir Jiitr. J ^Sffo; soine time past appears -ftU-pvJb^tt3fc t^. f.ige «T»D the lniscrcoiSrwlio fromjgj^. to time escape from the i.ands of justij jj.. coming over the- b«r£ac fro:n Scir m..A. Wales, is bcins rapiulv eleared of tlii*K™i ? It is n»t Ln; aiu-» our pulice, assisfiL[JJij( one of Mr. dinner's force, captim-d 'flandy ' Audy'1 at Wallan, who, as yon liavel&rned elsewhere, made pood his cseape on the Baionnc, in consequenco of some stupid blunder of his esc. -rt. This wuck. 1 a m clad to be able to report the cajitiire of ?? Wild Harry,' by the same men. As the name is t» be brought before our Bench for exami nation, I shall def.T partic.ilais till then, and merely mention here, that i:.ust In of so»o note, for rumour asserts that there is no less than £MXi ..3ere-l f,,r hi« capture Local iHPaojrptENTs — Tin- T.wwoomba Town Hall..thipB«t crectea ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

? . COIkl^iEEIlCIAJL.. Bufc^- -Pbiduce Receive:i.— Rv jreasrs. G. H. fcHC£Wi]5on aii.l Co_ 17 ca^s'fciHow. T.W.& Co^ j^^^Miales skius, diet.., = iiides. XW.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

(PBOX OCB OWN OUBRESFOSHEST.) Boccht iVD Solo. — By tlie last Brisbane steamer information was received that a verv considerable rise, had taken place in tobacco. and a certain individual hearing of this made ?11 haste to Gayndah. aud pnrchased imme diately on arrival the whole of the toljaccn that was to be procured in the towuship. at a cost that was ceneral nnvions to the arrival of the information concerning the rise that had Ukcn placa. As a matter of course, the business men of the town who had been tempted to dispose of the article named, were rather sore alx.ut the matt-.-r. but were with out any means of redress, the sale that liad been made was « Lona jiJc ouc in overv sense -jf the word. AfCintNTi— Mr. John Ross of Cracow Lsichlwrdt. has br.,kcu l.is leg. I have b«cu unahle to ascertain the particulars of the H.'^i.l'-.ut. Sir. Juinw. Ensinccr of Boads. was thrown fn.in his horse » f.-w days a-u. and sot rather sevcrelv shaken.

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