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IPSWICH ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 May 1862

IPSWICH ASSIZES. THECnminal Sittings ot' the Ipswich Assizes were opened yesterday, before his Honor Mr. Justice Luttrycbc. The Barristers present were, the Attornev Ocneral. Mr. Blakcncy. and Mr. T. G. Jones. Attorney*. Messrs. Little, Ckabb, Collin* and G. W. Scott. Mr. Patrick Carroll, and Mr. John Camp bell wore each fined x%t, for nonattvadnnn as jurors. Arthur White, Sterling Minor. Bobert Clarke, and Mart- Anne Sullivan, charged with having at Buaraba, on the 23th JanD ary, stolen a quantity of jewellery and other goods, die property of Samite! Bloom. A second count also charged the prisoners with having received the same knowing them tn hare been ntulen. Mr. Blakeney instructed by Mr. Chubb, appeared for the prisoner Minor, the other prisoners were nndefcnded. Lawrence Donrling sworn : I am a con stable in die Ipswich police; I know the prisoner R«.l«rt Clarke; I apprehended Ar dinr Wliitc; I searched him and found a Crimean shirt, two saddle straps, a knife, a watch-key, an...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. WARWICK. Friday. 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 May 1862

TiATEST USTELLIQENCE i V WARWICK. From tin Ctmriir. ????- . - _ Friday. 1 tun. AT Ore sonunaQnn to-day. Mr. J. D. M'Lean was retained for the Eastern Downs wirhnut opposition, Mr. Kennedy having retiri«d from thecontect,an-lleftrjie town previously ' to the hour of nomination.

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 May 1862

Oi/jje °§Q\i§ Australian. trswrcil. TUESDAY. MAY 6. 18G2. Oua Lopes, expressed sonic short time since that the Judge, and his rights and worongs would finally rest and !« allowed to rest this session seem doomed to early disappointment. The Judge's question as it is now for brevity termed generally by the public, appears to have 'periodical bone of contention. After the debates of the last two years upon this matter, the reams of acrimonious corrcspondeuce, the appeals, the counter appeals, the mutual abuse and vilifica tion through the Press, the public meetings, the petitions, and the State Prosecution, we did not think that we were too sanguine when we anticipated that all parties would, now that there had been time for cool reflection over the 'events of last year, endeavour to allow the whole affair to siuk as quietly as possibly into ob livion. But we must confess to hav ing been egregiously mistaken in this respect. Scarcely has the session com menced when the whole quarrel i...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 May 1862

, UELBOUUKE. Fridav, 4 cm. The Bcal Property Act (Torren1) has passed through all its stages in the Legisla tive Council. The proposed tax upon liank notes was rejected by 4 bare ngority .if one. A conflagration on rather an extensive scale has occured at WiUiarngtonn. Fifteen cottages were burnt to the ground.

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SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 6 May 1862

SYDNEY. Frtdav. € o.m_ Captain Scott, Superintendent of Police in tho northern districts, has been called on to show cause why he should not be dis missed from the public service. The Southern and 'WVstera gold escorts have brought dors 10.500 ounces. At Ellsworth's sale, wool free from seed met with a ready sale at a slight advance on late rates. Tallow. -mixed melting, was quitted at from £30 to £33. Beef, for shipment at &»m £33 to £33 I&. «d. First class hides sold at 15s. 3d. ; medium from I2s.*» 13s. 3d. RAXOWICK BACKS. Secosd Tbiesxui. Stakss. — Won by Al fred. Orrv runt— Talleyrand, I ; Grasshopper. 2.; Tamurnrth. 8. - Isxkeetebs' PtATE.— Won by Erin--*o- bragh. Paturdav Eveninc BAKDWICK RACES. Bakdwice Plate. (?)— William TelL Champagkc Stakes. — Jade. Qcehn's Pi^tk. — Archer, 1 ; Moss Bnse. 2; Kyogte.3. Won easily. Pbhtce of Waus* Stakes. — Flying Doe. His Excellency the Governor, and several members of both Houses of the legislature, dined with the members...

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THE CIVIL AND MILITARY POWERS AT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

i THE CIVIL AVD MILITABV POWEKS AT WAR. A strange fracas took place tbe other day at Plymouth, on the occasion of a fire at .-i rops manufactory. Soon after the fire broke out Major Grills arrived from the Citadel. ?nitii a company of the Royal Artillery and the Citadel en-nuc, and proceeded to take up a position on the north of thn bnildins and close to it. While Stajor Grills was dircct injr his men in this position, the Mayor of Pivmonth. Win. Derrv. Esq., who arrived a Rlml* t!iiu- l»-f..m. and w«» oKsrtlni; 1.1m aclf ta the general arrangements of affairs, went up to him, «nd the following conver sation occurred. The Western Daily Mercury from which we quote the story, gives it as accurately as it could be heard by the by standers : — The Mayor — Are you in command here ? Major Grills — You stand back. Tlie Sfovor — I am die Mavnr of Plvmoiiih. Major Grills — I don't care a d ? n who you are. The Mayor — I am the person in command here. Major Grills — Yon may go to h — , if vou...

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THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND LORD WM. PAULET. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

THE OOiatAUDBB-nX-CHISF AND IX)ED WM. TAULET. A correspondent of the Fritndofhlia gives ns the following connected, account of m affair which occasioned considerable gossip some time ago : — ' As I observe some of die provincial papers have gat bold of « story aboat a recontre between tbe Dnke of Cam bridge and Lord William Paulet, there can be no harm in my alluding to the facts which I heard several weeks since, and X believe indirectly hinted at in one.of my letters to you at the time. It appears that the duke went down to Portsmouth about tbe end/)f iug die garrison, which is commanded by Maior-Gcneral.LordWilliamPaulet. 6eve tal dungs displeased bis Eoyal Highness, and he expressed his displeasure in strong Unguage, none die less so possibly because he aWLord William ate very old and most Intimate friends. He found Cult with the regiments and manoeuvres, ana 'pitched into1 all concerned not excepting tbe commanding officers, with » free use of certain expletives which gentlemen...

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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

UAKDKXXXtJ CALKXDAB FOE 3IAV. j Fbtit axd KireHES tSAttnEX. — I^mik over bananas. June apples, oraupes, anil other j fmit frcqnendy. and Arthur it as it ncc-mies : ripe. Earth npcelitn- and attend to keeping i up a suecession of 'peas, hi-uis. tnmi]ii. 1 carrots *nd a siipplv of saL-idinjr. Tntn^~ \ plant sti-an-berries. artichokes, onions. &c ] Til'-' cutting and dry-ing of herbs, as tliev ; nri: ready, should beattendi-d to. Co ovi'r th.j stocks --f trees which vrvre budded in : Jlirub. and li-t all til ?- bandages lu- loos;:nrtl. KU'ITKE IrABUKX .»XT- S«Kl:nSE;Hir_--. ? AnV ' of the shrubbery iKirders ivhieh mav reipiire a dr»'ss!ii^offrvsh stiil an.l iii-mnro sli.mld lu: attended to. Plant hyacinths and such like bnlbs. Field. — Oats and barley may Btill be soira and the gathering- of cotton rwds b-: Attended to.

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HOW TO SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

HOW TO SHOOT. The following excellent paper, which we take from an American journal, will be prized by all who take an interest in the curious And important subject of riBe firing: — Excellent as tlie French soldier hasalways been, he will be found far superior by any future antajouist. The experience of the late Italian campaign has done fiir more for France, in the military point of view, than by the annexation of the two frontier pro vinces — masterly as must be considered this last ' idea.' That campaign— so equivocal in many rejects — lias not been left umnedi t.iu-il by the military genius of France. A system of military instruction is now eu fi-rcc-l, n lii.h bids fair to make the French soldier and the Vrcuch officer tbe best in tlie ? world— thoroughly prepared in all the physi cal and mcnthl requirements of the soldier. England looks to her great rival in all her movements — ready to adopf — ea^er to imi tate all that she proves to be worth adopting and imitating. There ar...

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

WKEKLT CVUESnAB, XI ir iu- Sd^ Scar 1 Moox's Ificn Vl'int ? lasts. ; Sns. , Am. ox tee ins. 5T w i ii. n. ;nrin~ ,iuH r Aftn. I Thurwl.y ; « ri ? Jr Jl- I O 'I*)! 4» I'ridar _ ?. « S3 p 5 20 ? 10 0 5 22 j 5 50 ! Saturday 1- « 3 5 19 i 11 0 , 6 SI fi IS Siuulaj- _1I « .It : S IS i K 0 T IS t Su , -i-,Bdnv._l: B3J : sis ; is 0 -S1« S« Ttleilaj _1: 6 S ! 3 IS : 14 (I . 9 In 9 35 ; TTvdilsd.ylJ 6 S5 : 5 IT j IS 0 10 I) 10 0 The fiBn'*1 rising and netting is ralralal-d to mean time. Hf£fa vater at fiisTidi four hoan£ later. \

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ANOTHER DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT—[?] LIVES SACRIFICED. Merthyr, Thursday, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

AXOTHEH DBEADFUL OOIXIERV AOCIDEXT— s» LIVES SAGlilflGEU. ( From the Ixmdon Daily Telegraph.} Merdiyr, Thursday, Fcbruarv 20. Ak explosion of a terrible nature, andfear fuily destructive to human life, --ccurred v- stt'ivlav in the Cethin. or (jethin, coal pit. «h« 'propertj- of Mr. Crawshay. The nejiR'St town t'j the scene of the accident is Marthyr TydviL and when tlie intelli gence first reached this phice the greatest excitement prevailed, the earliest rumours bein:; that the Vx--_ hundred men geuerally einplnyed in the pit uai nil fallen victims to that terrible miners' scourge, fire-damp. Such, however, was not the case, as, al though the entire complement employed at the colliery reaches two hundred^ only fifty of that number were ia She pit at the time of the accident, smd all of whom, 1 repret to say, have perished. from what I can learn — and amid the alarm uiiieh pruvail». it j. jiiBe«d*»»» «»«««. ttrcen «ie hvars of one «nd ttiro o'clock vesterday (Wednesday) afternoon a...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

ITSWTCn. THURSDAY. MATS. 1662. The noble horror of repudiation which Las so long characterised the dealings of the British Empire, has in an emi nent degree achieved the reward it so well merited. A credit unequalled, mid a moral jwvrcr unsurpassed, hy ? anv other nation, either ancient or j m -dern, arc the gratifying resnlte of a strict adherence t-- rcctitmle in fin.-tn- , cial ennccrnf, and proraptitodo and ! fpithfninrrM m fnlfflimslprvwtoM. 6o ^ powerful for good Uas'been tlxis example of our fatherland, that the nations of Karope hare acknowledged its advan tages by striving in a greater or lesser degree according to their civilisation, tcTfoster a principle that lies lit the s-ery root of commercial greatness and social prosperity. If reason h»E thus convinced the 'alien to Great Britain of the soundness of a policy that has gained her high distinction ; how mnch more impressive should the lesson be to the British colonies, — ?Trbieh are in tegral parts of the Empire, permit...

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DISTRESS IN THE WEST OF IRELAND. MEETING HELD IN THE MANSION. HOUSE DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

DISTRESS 1NT THE WEST Of IRELAND. MEETIXfi HELD IX THTC MANSION HOUSE. DVSLIS. A vT.v.v liHNierous and influential meeting was hold .'.u Monday, the 17th Felirunry, at tlie Mansion House. It was convened l-y 1lic Lnrfl Mayor, in pursuance of a re^slti tinn uf th.: Jliiniuipal Coimei!, and was for the jHirpoSJ of taking steps for the forma tion of the *? Slansiou Hnusc Committee,' to assist in tlie relief of the distress existing in Inland. The li:-nl Mavor occupied the chair, and informed the muvtins lie had availed of the earliest opportunity in liis power in now eallinir them together, to concert hohm , to earn' -»«fc «ms«5*«AiMv» vynuttn «r roIfeTTO the suifering- poor, an' cHurr to woich lie would lend his greatest exertions. A i?.seretarv hiring been appointed, Mr. STSwinev came forward and said it would be his endeavour, bv a short st.itenient of facts and figures, to show plainly to the meetin', that notwithstanding the con clusions luwtly arrived at by tlie Chief Seereiarv. ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

LAXESa 33SJ ?^?J^mG^JEOSrCE- From thr Courier. 8YDXET. Mondnv, Gp.m. The Australian Agricultural Companv have made anotbj; offer to the men on strike, and the iatteriiave lwen allowed a week to consider the overtures thus made. In the nx-amvliile, the workmen are not to be evicted, as was at first intended. The Aicretory for Lands and Works per formed, this afternoon, the' ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the wall which is to enclose W yny.ird Square. Tiie weather is cscccdiuglv close and op pressive, Tnesdav, € p.m. It is iu contemplation to entertain the members of the Ministry at a public dinner, previous to the assemblage of Parliament. The two convicted murderers who wen; lyintf in -«iulliurn gao] under sentence op death were hangodyesterdav at that place. The tachlan gold'escort has only brought down 2bU0 ounces this week.

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NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

NAPLES. The committee of action is now very busy in again arming the part of the populace which is devoted to them, that is, the camarriste, vagrants, con victs, as when Garibaldi was first before Saples. Bat now the arms are no lon-»er lances and pikes, but guns and revolvers. Tie cause of this armament is unknown ; but it is said that it is in preparation for lie germ of a revola tionary army in the event of the re action, which is said to be overwhelmed, taking more formidable developments next spring, and seriously threatening the capital. It probably arises from the same anticipation, and perhaps also for realising some exterior revolutionary project that it has been projected to form a battalion of twelve hundred stu dents, which would be connected with the battalion of the National Guard of the quarter San Lorenzo, where the University is. Very numerous enlistments are made Just now amongst the Albanian colonies of Oaiabria. It is intended to form, by means of these enlistmen...

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MELBOURNE. Monday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

MELUOUBSE. Mondav, 4 p.m. The Secretary of Railways has been sus pciided, pending an enquiry into the ac counts of his department. Tuesdav Afternoon. Kai»h, the Secretary of the Victorian rail ways, lias resigned. Tlie new Discount Bank opens to morrow.

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THE TWO SICILIES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

THE TWO SICILIES. The following items arc published by the Gazette du Midi ; — Naples, January 21. The most important news being from Sicily, it must Lave to-day the first place. A letter ivrittcu by a man completely devoted to the Piedmontese, and many others received by several persons in this tiaru, agree is saying that Palermo is in an excessive excitement, and as. if oa the eve of a movement. There arc seditious placards in every corner of tlie streets. It is said that several emigrants who were at Malta, taking a irantage ef the tone of m jnd in Sicily, hive landed on . this island, led by a BiiJitary chief. A letter from Palermo, dated the 14th of January, which, .-igreciJig with others received by several persons, au noaaae tbat the reaction grows, ami that it has taken possession yf Alcamo and almost all its district. The im pression prodnecl by the events of Castellainare is far from being for gotten, so many atrocities pcrjictrated by the soldiers on the inhabitants and i...

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 May 1862

s^n-i-r-N--3-. DEPABl'UBE. Ms-y 5. — The Prince of Wales, steamer, 620 tins. Captain Bell, for Sydney. Passen pers — Sirs. J. Moure, Miss Wilton. Messrs. J. Moore. 15. Muhan, A. P*rbury, O.- Clark, T. H. Jones, Vlr. O. Bu*h, Orr, Scale, Wilton. J. Stt-phens. li. E. lister. O. J. Koyds, JIdfit, J. Cranfori and 15 in die steerage. CkEAHANCE. May 6.— -Rebecca, liarquc, 180 tons. Cap tain Marsh, for Adelaide, via Xencastle. Pusseugens — ntZ. EXPOttTS. Prince of Wales : 4i- bales ttooL 1 cist tallow. 13 hides, H. V. Hasscll; 30 Laics woal. 2 hales skins. 29 casks talloir, -J. H. ? Wilson and Co. ; 7 bales skins. V. iiray anil IV; 3 curies tilla*. B. J. Smith ; 3(- cases. ID casts salmon. J. and -J- Harris; 4 pack ages ironmongery. Perry Hmtlters ; 2 cases, 11 bundles fruit, 3. Biwvn; 1 case fancy paotls. A. KA'«itz- 15 btrachos bdnanxs. T. Clarke: 1 ease fruit, J. IUU:inl ; 10 cases fruit, T. I'nmack; 1 cask bullock bows, W. and B. Brookes ; I log pine. Xorman ; 19 bunches baiuuutg. A. ....

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

ASt- QCESSSLAKP OEKEIUJ. APYEBTISEB, IS published on Tcesdat, Thcsstiav. and I Sajtbday mornings, and forwarded *o 1 Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. j TERMS Or SOBSCCIPTIOK. j Per Quaxtor, in advance ? 9s. j Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. Single dumber ? fid. j iiiiiiiiiiiiii5i^»aS^Si Subscribers will be charged from the I date of commencing flicir subscriptioua. tesxs or AorBBrtusn. s.d.1 Two lines, or nnilcr ft quarter of an I inch ? I 0 Four lines, or under half an inch .... 2 0 Six Kites, or tinder three-quarters of an incl) ? S 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight Hues, under an inch ? 1 0 TEBMS OP DlsCOCIfT. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^1 cent. IS „ . ? Iff „ »G „ „ ? 25 -, The nnmber of inserti«»ns nvnst be written «jn the face of each Advertisement, or it trill be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Non-snbscribers must be {raid for previously to pnbfteation. Orders conntemnDdisg Advertisements trill n...

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

MAIL AKRAXUEJIENTS AT THE ! POST OFFICE. tost mm itstob. trev-itu. »,...„ _ 1 nailr. Sand«y ?»ilr. Sundnv ei »«*?«* f ar^fl.9j,m. -w£t«!. 7Vm. ^ , , , . - Tncvdmr.lljlUalii rhturfrlax anil Sun To('ro-OTX f PrM.j-.Hp.rn. daf.sVm. IHUTTOX J . ?prta^ysj.n,. day.sV.in. WjLRvmc ^.STrtodaj-. 12.3* p.m. Tbur«l)iv anfl Sua J[ Thurs&if, 6 p.m. diT.Ap.tn. y«nym- 'Tuesday. S p-Tn. ?Snnday. s p m. The foregoing Mails arrive at their desti nation as £-IIon s= : — Bbisbaxe .. Daily. Sunday cxceptisd, 10 . 'a.m. Toowoosba AVednewlav. 11 ajn. ; Satnr 4u\ 5 Ii.m. Deaytox ? Wednesilay, uoon ; Satnrilar, 6 p.m. VTakwick .. Tncsdav. 4 p.m.; Saturdav, lUm. 2f AX.VNCO . . Friday, -n«-n. The fnUotrinir Mails are contin-rent for time on t!io arrivals of the stcamfrs .- and for these such arrati-^mc nts are made as arc most tfkcly- 1-- meet fiaMie O(-nr-'ni--!ic-k. »iz.; Mxryboron^U. -il.nli;.im!. and Kuckhamp t«»n. evert- alrernare Simrlfty or 3fon -ln.y. as nntISi_-d in tb« loe.il i-a]iers of the ...

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