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MR. GEORG PEABODY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

mk. -vr»R-rK-\?or)y-. . _ . {Fro* ihc AW™W *'-» *««? «» -V™ --I Tins pcutleman. vi^^T CCIM fc *'S5'C native of Danvcrs^f01™^18-,?11!'';6 sixth iu descent y* *-«oi« IVaWy, wlw. at the a'c of H^'r-nne. a««l «« the year 1&15. Tcfnt t« ^ EnprtandfromSt- Alhans. Herts. He **? «? 1«8..*e father of four jteeD «.i4iidn**fTvuomElxTrcrcsons- ,Hls name £r nc ?* coiumon on' '» Massadins «rrs. 'rnrj*3'-''** 'f tHe suhjii-t of this brief mw«1»ir w'e not blessed with any supcrflniT --f mea'is. *»d the future mer chant jrtnec of butk worlds gained all the scholastfo education he ever jWMjuircd at the district rnmtnwi school of Ms native town. At t»e carty age of eleven lie was placed in a pr»ccr's store in T-aiivi-rs. where he re mained four yciins. At the. «ge «f sixteen tbe vMrtb was invited tnlielp an elder bro ther' in a dry-goods horfness in Xcwbury* port. then, as now. .«ie of-tfco principal i ssanort towns of Massachussets. HU tirurhor w«s :wn 'fturot «nt' in tlws ejBf^' pruti.ui stB...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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NEWCASTLE. Thursday, June 26th. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

?KRWrASTI.E. . ll,nnul»v. Jnno26t3i. Gpm. Mad, interest l.ns (.«a ev,,i«,! thr^ ..^ out tiio day to know tlu- result of the i* Co-uiany v. Won.lers. :. case .»f ojwtiyent Mr W B'*crls. tmrn Svdnty, apjie.irrf lllr tho'PUii.tiit»nd Mr. Siel'^a fur d,*n.«ant. Verdict whs taken by cnnwiit: wairanl n BKsession, t.. be iniidd: tlw dofcud'it s ! in* defendant* are ?'''^^'jT - , ^0^^^^-O.cer,,, -,,„, ;*U1.V S n.m.. JnD« 27th. r-mrnV '.'?''% °f ''''^ ™s '«« this l-lriw '.'? 'r ?''' ?Y?n^o 'I''-*', for til. ,?:?', v '-v n:itt rs *..„„; hot-rcsn tin I.*' ;.'?'?'{';''-'' ii' ! t^-iisjv..,. TIll. „„„. V''i-» ? :'' ''??**'!-1- ffrv *.i.l sixtv %..,. '' A ''''.'tr.-n ! .,|. ?,r. Almriet „,:. ?? ^,;l ..v ai,ss1,. i.VtAe. Curlts3. an.l ' -n*. ,.?:--????;? ??- .-? :-i.--^-fl w «lv - it %. .' ''/' '?'?;?? -vl,,, ,v:m« ,,,,t' work T ?»?!*;.'; ' ? ?'??'? fl' :y 'n-ii'!.' » re.1iirtion 1. ? - ' Vlit'' _;??; _;?'?»: '* .^!d th:« thej-lia.1 ; t^i- - i-iifel1';1: Vi,. !!i,m 1|s.,si-iifltr(l. wit:. ?'--.», ...

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JEWELS OF [?] EGYPTIAN OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

JEWKLS OP - EUYl'TlAjr \ Amoxu rf.e most tc««rt}iT j|TF^-^is -. of the internal' Kslu^'o', ^i i proteMv be the *uti^' ^wff* by M. ^Hfc* in gl,ld^ I was cuvcrd WtU ^«laH of U1:!£s;ve j silver; ^ f.vfS1 'm'Viou!! stones, ' ffold c»«stea *«**.^ »,.h the ileads ; of sr*-.'axcs'T5^9c ' UI-on t1u' f're- the trows, -*^'SF^;t- -*1 fartuuehc ?heaofcf each wJF'-'Jviiig Amusis The H^cb M-ried io -].vu!e the Lair of S^^wear^, wLiol,, attt,r inir |^^^J '- '?''^'?'. fell asaiu ^^^?K^:- -)1'' a collar of gold ^^K-1'1'1''' tl,rct- flic of ^^^^^^?^.'f ]-tt'o doubt that '^'^'^'^'^'^?rati'1' of the anc-ient '^j^j^j^j^l^Hr the ' ly, whose origin '^j^j^j^j^HH. Jit'aosof Lious aud *|!MHIjj^Blrticle, uuirjue iu its j ^pH^r^^^tfsc a fniat, luuuuted upon j ftrtaHftTFSB c.mt.iiuing nvt-irc ufar j tfi'iir.-s of the Rowers in Silver. The! Ichautcr who directed tlii'ir efforts by J tlu' time of hi* *--».-'- «-»tl the steersman j hrho uses a silver pa.ldlf, arc of gold. ] Wliis is tiio Koat of l-oalh ; on the ce...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 July 1862

SYDXEV. WVdniwdiiv, C p.m. ( rv__ «i. ru*M*ifx ) T»r fiovernment are aljrnit to take rt«psfor ? i ti;..iiM.,.l i.iim-«. on tiie l^UUn awaiting i t«n.mi^i«n. ..1l!irsdilv. C p.™. Tun L.-.rf*l«ive Assembly have refn*»l to fiw tli« i«irn-.s« of expungiug tba word ?«- ''''M^'Oowiw. *« Colonial Secretary, was an^noJ n.cmher «f ibc- fraternity of » frT ana «cept«i masons on Tuesday CV?)'!n«tao. t\* i4.uk in fUc TeK-Krapl. d.-'f ,-Btment. »l,o recently ma.ie hn..«l i,.-,r.w iust prcTua* to the discover} «r ocrt.i.1 ief.lcrfo^. «»s Lmusrhtupto-fl-iv »t the Folii-'J COiiit and reui^niltd. Kail ?n-as refused.

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

'^^^^^r^- i pon. n.c»iM« u ' '- mil'-;.' '???'-'-' longest stretefi 5lh-L- Jt „,„,-' RI'' ?'- IwartiigeouiitrvvaCi'!''11'''* i i !-,'./- fl'' It has been t;^.!i1ise.-'.I..,j ; .'?'.'?' i'-.I.'. and coarse gold has KT4'' mil..''' ','vM- on the western slm»'?fi f'.'in,! ,.,. ?1''1 fin,.. ycry rich disrri,-, J2%^h,- ,,,.„, \ -» in the range. \y»?i-s ,!.''?»? -. b,,, .. ? 7-- labonrirs 'get f a»''-in ''- l,;.,i '''' I'1 -;i-r Jnccbanrcs.£i a-dAv'- Tl,.an.?' ,''M,.: f:'n- rxqnirvi arc o.-infr*1*'* «„,, ?v,tv'...' ''':' ?' ^ classes sJiould/*'-- «it t!,^-.iii-t tI:''» ^^*H 'r5rJ3c'rnaXn. c»«*e*.*anfl pe-pl;-'- 'T^^^^^M ,-nCthc tw«Sd privilege of ''?':'^ 'rtjj^^^^^H mid manae*- tlionis.-lve-. » --- An^^^^^^^^M , we n aiong i-:)i-r i!an..ii- u- v,,p,.^|^|^|^|^|^|^l ! AiKtii*tns: whai Siwin «?»* -^,,,;,iU:*l!'^j^j^j^jH mm up--» the vri'i.*! *»»«*?. as t);e srrr.wrh -f ^*^H . -;-?* 'v n-pTiI-i''1 l-y ratch pas-sins h»l- --r^^H ' wtiflift. rfJlmote. or J,,,lliatl caprii-o. T-^|^|H I nrficli *l...

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

KK6BO EJLVNCir.VTlOX. tFr»m tkt Kittim.) _ ? What of thc slaves? How will their des tinv he afiectcd by the war ? These arc questions that have surged through cycry mind since- the commencement of hostilities in America. Rvcrv one saw that the slave system was the dark kernel of the entire trouble; but it soon became equally evident that the Government of the United Slates had. not decided on how they would deal with it. For Una purpose- of taking away a iustificatorv plea from the Southern 're- bels.' they declared that they contemplated no interference with the institution of slavery, as established by the Constitution. But the South had formed a different opinion «f their-intcntions, and. instead of relying on those unstable promises, thej- rcso^ «d to found for themselves a GoverJims*tnrwbich -as Hie Viee-Presiacnt o£j£-'Confca«™c.v has expressed it — -k(£** coi'n°r-stwie ^sy-*jgPPI^P^ thrice over, and held in militarJnccanation by the Northern fo!-ccs. stili bStlwiwBKa sures th...

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AN ADVENTURE IN AUSTRALIA. (FROM THIRTY THREE YEARS IN TASMANIA AND VICTORIA.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

Aa j\-O v JiA I'D iiE 1A ALriiMiAUA. (Fkom TaxErr Theee Years in Tas mania and Victoria.) At tvro o'clock ou a fine star-lit morning of tlie autumn month of April, a furious barking of our household pack an nounced the approach of a. horseman at full speed and leading a spare horse. Perceiving a white -capped head peering out of a small square window, tbe rider hastily exclaimed, ' A friend : silence. Jeffreys, it's Charles Rovvcroft; come nlnujr, my boy, quick, quick as liffht niusr; get up, mount this horse, and ride for yi^r life to the Bengal Hills Station with me ; Risely ivi21 meet us there. Put a brace of pistols aud a few spare charges of powder and ball into your pocket. 31akc haste, mv Jaar fellow, or the -pnuc wi!l )-s lost. ? That's right, jmap mto the Kiddle;'! au-1 away they rode at a rockier paws j ths-ougii the dark-shaded pathle.-s lmsli. j Fviar viUes at such a s;iocdsoun bought ; the Sriends together at the ajipointed I rendezvous. uSo\7, Captain Jeffreys,' said M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

PRACTICAL PHRENOLOGY. W JIR. A. S. HAMILTON ILL deliver his First grand domonstra- tivc IiECTUBE. widi illustrations ujh.u living beads of noted men of Ipswich, and by a Urge cottection of SkuIIs, Castf, and Diagrams of great men ; bushrangers, aWi-iuc-s. and murderers ia ihr- SCHOOL of AKTW, this (TUESDIY) EVENING. Admission: Rescned seats, 2s back seats. Is. Doors open at half-past 7, to commence at S o clock precisely. Mr. Hamilton rives private delineations of cnaracter at hn lodgings. BOOKBIXDIN«. BOOKBINDING. JOHN WATT, Bookbinder, Bookseller, Stationer and Accoant-book Maker. BELL-STREET. H'SWICH. £»EGS respectfully to inform die inhahit » ants or Ipswich and surrounding dis trict rbat he intends commencing business in tbe above line in the course of a few days Being a Practical Bookbinder, every de scnpboii of work he can confidently state will be done in the best manner. TATTERSALL'S HOTEL ?» riCHAEL FORD begs to announce to ill. the inhabitants of Ipswich, ami tbe public o...

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MINISTERIAL FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

MIXTSTEErAL FAILURES. MB, — tjau you inform me whether there be any truth in die report now current, diat die large carpet-bag the Hon. Minister for Lands carried uphill from die steamer a few days since really did contain the ministerial failures, which die hon. gendemau was ne^s!ss'T to get up ready for trying on ? DIOGENES. Fatal Accident pboji tub Explosios ofKhm3ix-Oh Wednesday afternoon, a sad accident occurred at die Black Hill, whereby tbe lives of two masons named Elizabeth Davidson aud William DaviaW her son. were sacrificed. On Thursday die coroner held an inquest on the bodies. *John Davidson deposed that Jtc was a miner, and Ok ! deceased. Elizabeth Davidson, was his wife; «nd WHItam Davidson, now deceased, was his son Witness was a shareholder in the Crocodile Qoarte-mihing Company and «s on tte watch at the cngine-hous/ when *he accident occurred. His wife, hU son, *nd another peieoa brought him his supper at half-past six o'clock iu the evening. He was about to give ...

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MUNICIPAL WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

MUNICIPAL WISDOM. &IE,— I was present during dieproceodings of the 3fuiucipal Council yesterday after noon, and was much amusedatthe foflowinir display of wisdom displayed bv diat august bidy :— Shortly after die opening of the Council, it was stated that a number of tenders had been received for formin-- the approaches to the bridsa in Brcmer-stro.r but since they had been called for, it had occurred that it would perhaps be better to raise die bridge ten feet or more before die approaches wfcre made. It would therefore be desirable that instructions be given to die Town Surveyor to prepare specifications as to die probable cost, which would not be much, and if they resolved upon die work it would be as well to hold the tenders over for die next week. This course was resol red upon unanimously. Now, mark the wisdom of diis decision. Tiie tenders were for the formation of approaches to die brilee at its present level, vet the aldermen think diat die elevation of its level by...

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ARTHUR, THE ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

ARTHUR, THE ALDERVIAX. ?r « .' lile ''''Jsomc mariner in which Mr. Macalistcr. the Member for Lands ami Works, met the proposition of Mr. O'SulIi van to grant a sum of money to put a bridge over the Bonier, between North and *-oudi Ipswich, it would ill become the rate-payers or Ipswich if the v did not press upou him the necessity «f continuinir \). dcrman for the next diree vearsan^ ,..t:.... him annually a dinner for' niis.-eprcer.t-'n' their best and truest interests. Arthur SUcafotdr, y«n have sold the ratepayers as well as the electors of IpswicI,; and should you favor thsm with an opportunity of ex pressing an opinion, forcibly and distinctlv they will tell you so. Wforsook the on position and fled to the embrace of the Go vernment; and without aiming at the pro. poetical you will within two years sell /our colleagues, and before three you will fill to the insignificant position of a country at torney, without gaining the esteem o'r re spect of any portion «fthe community AH ...

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GARDENER'S CALENDAR FOR [?]. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

-;Ai:i)i;:.iius cALKNDAii i . a j^t, tT.i«aiM Kitclien Gir.lau.— Tlu goneral tmiiBiii- a,jj prm.-io- of ti,c ,K.aeh, nee- ' Wft^ a.,.1 SirnW«ria*._Xow is I.«^.,h ,. r;il,o .,f UilHU garbing. ^ ! 'r 4 1 ' 'lr:IlV- '' l' ' '.';«lt-'- -'' ! take itens they aro t.tBne.i, rJf Cj ntiq:,,^ of o,a- j i.7.''-1!--'' 't'l-''-'-'J':-'',l!=s'l'f*:»ius- Tjwis- ; i'1-;:;' »;??'*- ai'icjK-Viibi andotl,7A™'1;l? th° ?rutl'A f'r potatoes 1

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MINISTERIAL SALARIES V. PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

MINISTERIAL SALARIES V. l'LBUC MB.— Can you fnmish me with the clae t» the elucidation of the following mystery? —At the commencement of the present Par liamentary session, a bill was introduced bv one of the Ministry, askinjr far a lar-e in crease to uach .if the minister's salaries die nefanniiiiniit in Ue ikvonr Iip.'n-r »s,n. »!.„ revenue conld afford it. In this belief die l«l! passed both Houses, and. in the esti mates submitted soon afterwards, increases were prop.«ed to official salaries, which in creases amounted in all to several thousand pounds. Th« i majority or these, however, were not passed, but immediately after their beintr refused, despite the s.ivin-r thus effected, the plea urged by the Ministry whenever anv item is a*ked for public works (for instance £1000 for the bridge across the Brcnvr) is' that the estimates are alreadv overbur dened. Hojt is it that for one purpose there is a plethora of inuacr, and for another a pau city . ? DIOGEXES.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

WKEITW C : LE3CUAE.- j Jci.-, S«i j ,;s™ I Sra il*iS-o .|fwil ?o-ilm ] ? j f^_! te;i- , Alt. :-K tUE WL I «'SS&'ii' SS-'!i?'r S|:I»- ;si ^lurJaj. tj .: SI , $ j, - j, j . .?' .: T, i

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR PUBLIC HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

LBiTjiHS TO THE EDITOR 1'OBI.IC HEALTH Sib — IbeliercthcUorporation has appointed an Inspector of nuisances, at a salary of £_ per annum. If it would not be toll much trouble tor that individual, 1 should ru.i^st us immediate attention to die duck ixii.diu ' t mun-strect, tiicre is a toiik some tweln- 1 leet deep aud eighteen wide, iiuite opra fir i to receive ?uo£s, c::ts, docks. «lii!aren or I whatever may come iu the wav Tin- ! summer will shortiy Jje on, aud. s'uivjy it caunnt be said that a stajrmint' imm.1 'i-i n I»ipiUoas locality can he conducive u, health — Inspector do your dutv. Youi-s. ? SCOT.

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

MAUjA1^?S.iT^ liaun '. '^'iT. »-bii J»r t;- iihii~ sanliTTT J, -r '*''?' :- fl '?=»? ! «il«l. ' p in . n^u ^;^^^^actl,eirdcSti B^L«3A« .. Djily. Su!lilv exo-Jpte4 J0 Tvy,Wo.-.»BA Wed^fiav, „ w.; gatm.r l^iAYTji. . . . AVeinciiiy. nooa ; Satiirdov, '* ''?;u- .\A=.r,cc .. T..-fciay, 1 p.m.-; Saf.*d»y KASisno . . Pii:Uy. um The foUn-via- -.IhKb arJ coatia-ent f.w t :ue uu t.ia arnvaUrfEl.e^caawre'aadf.a flie« suc-i -irran-'aeats aro uiade a; are iu.^t Itk:Iy t* m.^t piT,l,c osarenience v.^ ilziryooroj-u, Uiad-: .ile. Ki..i H,)rkn3n , ' toa. uvi-ry a!:,,w.. S,m-L;y or 3Ioa. th« prowa* Fri-lnj- au 1 Satir Hr AeH-c.atU A'afesanJ rho oth-r Aiistrg Uau coloaiei. ^ opportunity offers, iisaa»ly tivia, a Wi:ok- Hoars uftslusl i'ij eshi)jf«.l ,-it To=t OS£« ! E'-n-lK- 0.1 so ue diy v^rj-in^ flwa ,)??? ! lot 1 to f.e l:-;h oj' t,-cr%. mi,llti, . , r.-.ti.« hein; alnuvs given of tUe ' |*3rt*t:.ilar dar. ' |

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

legislath't; assembly. Fbidav. July 4. The SPEAKEH took the chair at a quarter p.tst ten. LANDS ASD WORKS. In ntplv to Sir. Kerrctt, the MPflSTEB for LAMPS stated that the horses, drays, an! implements in q»vzti-m irero not pur thtised for any particular work, and that they n-era transferred from one place to another as the requirements of the public service demanded. GOLD-FIELD AT GLADSTONE In reply to .Wr. Otley, tlie COLOXI \L SECRETARY stated that the Government was not in posussion of anv authentic or o hciil information respecting the discovery of any gold field in the neighbourhood of Gladstone. PUBLICANS' BHX. On the motion «f tlje MIVISTEB for LANDS this biU was postponed till the re niaiBdor of the basinen on the papor was KOBETOVBAY TBAHnrATCOStPAKr On the motion of the MIXISTER for £-AYD- the Hmise resnlrcd itself into a c.immiice on the resolutions respectintr the Moraton Bay Tramway of which Ue had given notice on the previous eveiiiac Mr. BLAKEKE V. as ha would be deb...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

nvmen. rci:si-j.v. jur.r*. inn* The practice of lenniimting tbe scssious of our lycgislaturo jvitL undue precipi tancy, and hurrying important measures through aii their stages in a few Lours, at the coat of tlie ordinary ruife of Parlianieutary procedure,, lias become } S'J common, that it uow fails to attract I the attention and reprehension with [ which it should be met by the public. ! Like a!l evil practices, our hasty lejjis ! lation t-iias bolder flights eaeh session, ! and unless a determined stand be uiadi? ; acaiust so unseemly and pernicious a jTosesding, tbere is no guaraut«c where the Executive aad 3,-e^iisia.ture may draw the liue, as to which measures should be passed hastily, aud which with due deliberation. ' The dread of conscijuenccf:, uo doubt, is looked wpou by many as an -sjaiva]-»nt to restraint upon the enactment of measures preju ditid to the people's rights ; but it Ls wrong, in the face of certain combina tions, aad with certain undisguised illiberal tende...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (from the Coi/nVr.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FHI3-AY, JVLY 4. The PRESIDENT took tho chair at 25 mi-lutes past 1-) o'clock. MESSAGES FROM LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Messages were received from the Legis lative Assembly returning the Pastoral Occupation Bill, with an intimation that the Assembly concurred in die amendments proposed by the CiaaKl, also the Appro uriation Dill. ''? ASSENT TO BILLS. A message was received from his ExcA Iency die Governor, signifying his assent on behalf of her Majesty to the following bills - —The iUmlic l,ibor Bill, Hospital Bill, Marine Board BilL and Kara] Service Bill appropriation bill On the inotiun of the ATTOBVFY GENERAL, this hill was read a first time: bat npja his muving that it he read a second' time. Dr. HOBBS objected, on the ground that the bill was of far too important^ character to Ii? disposed of in five wi:intcs. He would therefore move, by way of amendment, that the second reading of the bill be deferred until Tuesday n...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

LATEST mmRT iT .IQEKTCqEr ? u {From He Courier.) SYDNEY. Friday. 6 1) Jn. A special escort from the Lacblan Arrived at Orange last night, with eleven thousand ounces. A new discovery uf a gold deposit is re ported to hare been nude within ten miles of the Range. Tut- Legislative Assembly pused* tcsoln, tion last night determining that boys under. thirteen years of age shnuldnot bo employed underground in the collieries of tbe colon y. Air. Ebsworth reports that sheepskins *re beioc quitted at extreme rates. Tallow has advanced uv« shtUinss per ton, e *— .: Tfude generally is dull. Floor fa quoted at £ 15. Brandy is fir u at thirteen shillinzs. *?U£ar lias declined twenty shillings ]icr ton. Bice has advanced twenty shillings. Saturday evening. Tlie revenue returns of tbis colony for the past quarter show a satisfactory increase on die corresponding quarter -nf isst year of sixteen percent. The Assembly agreed last night to a clause in the Mattiuwtaial Cataes Bill, pro virliap; that ...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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