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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

S7OXES AND JSTEWTS. n ? Omissioxs. — The receipt of our European files, and tlie desire to supply cfull tTiiiiiuniy of tlie news, has- induced us to omit oar leading article. Benjamin Franklin V letter, a&d several articles of colonial intelligence. Burrosii Accumati5atios \ Sucietv. — We liare to ackiiOirledge. with thauks to his Excellency Sir G. F. Bowen. Ac receipt of the second muiuai raporf i-frfw i^ffffiinifttiffn- ? tiou Society of Urcat Britain, Ireland, nnd . Ipswich Mcsicitai. Oocscil.— Tbtre bpi»s -W qnornm jfreocot fit (he a-ijourntd meeting of the Ipswicli Municipal Council - on Tuesday last the meeting lapsed. Moket Osdkk*. — It eliould be borne in mind by parties who intend vuraittiug home, by the valgmag resit, tbrougitlie ?ncdziim of postjjfiice money orders, 'that sucu orders most be procured from- the Ips vridi P.istKimce not later tbao 9 p.m. this day, Thursdoy.-for if later the probabilities arc that, alUiongb die orders maj' raiudt home t-y the next ma...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. LONDON WOOL REPORT.—MAY 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

ActTSA'iis PnourcE. LOKDO:; *OOL BT^rOHT.— Kay 21, 1SC2 The second series -if s*l*s fur tbe year cu-Jimenccd on the 2ad of May. arrivals to triMt ilate omiiitiu? of At^t.-aliaii, lG,5io bi3es; Port . PbMU|t. i5.i:)7; A&iLiide, 15,119; Van Dimncn's T.ani, 4.=3l; Xtu Zealand. ITtM; S-v.i!i Hirer, 20Ja; Can-, 95S1 ; tnral. 94.»(3 biles. Slue.- thi i-K.se of the Marcb sal.-s, l.usi ns'*« t^i:erallv iu tio north i-,si njj been sutisSirtJrj-, anil the baycr.-, !i:!-ii hi':--,i- ^ua fiirfiiffn. seemed iittlo dispnsiil t;i jinr-:!mse (except for itu-iieiiiftte -wait*) fro:B lUc j)ar liis 4.jf«r.iJ. by privitv ortti-jct. soircral rat'ic^an£3 ^-IsHitj^ la -|i:il at current i%te3 raii.er *b;?i bolrt for fiiis ^irle?. Sonic fen pireils t-haiiire ' hatda, uirtisaisrlv of stout sotit;.? I'..rt r:iiilip. At iiie .-;-.6-.iiii; sJe the att«H«Acce of buy ers »?.s soarecJy equal to former -jacaslons, bit «-:-ldiiijrs were un-niatul for all goal yna'itics. Inferior and &--lty oaruels 'T...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. Tuesday, July 8, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

ADELAIDE. Tueraav, JuIt S, 8 pjn. The. Government have camcJ the fol Iowinjr resolution in the Lcjrialatirc Council : — . - 1. That in ilie opinion nf this House it is desirable that a uniform tiirilT slmtild prevail throughout the Australian colonies. '?2. That, in onlcr to the attainment of the above desirable object, three dele gates for the adj^Lruu' coloaics be ap pointed. '3. That it is desirable that such con ference should be held prior to c!Tcctiii; auy considerable alteration 111 our fiscal system.' The Hans? of Assembly is also diicussijlg these rcstilutjons. Arrived, the Three Bells from tjiindon. Thursday, Jalv 10, 8 a.m. Flour is firm at £U : wbcat} 5s. 4-i. to .5s. SI. per bushel Teas firm. The House of Assembly are stiil diseuss itrr the Goveraaicnt resolutions appertain- , in; to delegates. :

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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PERIODICAL SALE OF FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

TEEIOBICAI, SALE O? FAT STOCK. Tiiz co.-d ;ei.{,le f.f she Clarence end Eich sr.rnd districts otc be%mniag ia saehs'-ttb a';d nslies fiat thc'Mortbcro colony l:as oompk-iciy tzl.en tiie wind oat of tlie:rs--uls, by Messrs. Vattuiini utd (X of I|«viich, h r.vini 'owa la1.1 Srst £?- esta!-*i=5i a mo::t!ily R--1.: of fat entti.-. -.c. i^ftbe tif.c;.- o!'«LU:b ilios' are 'f o;ii'.5-ii will ts sron Epnarc-nt in tu:j itir.^injr ciTtiie purrucn catt.e of al? tlii Fiirrniiniiiii^ d^fiiis.' rhcrel.y carteiliug tueir selection ajd limiting their sunjilyl cs ii-- one ttii;i'.i1 ?.?are aNjut »;i rate sale w!i(.-a he ha'i a iliroct isn-d« of .3asiii-sal, aad £ r-.-adier ivsy of turning bis stock icto casb zt a niartet. If the people «f Ipsn-iuli. says ttc H-riier of the jibove jer^ioaide. manage '- :i\r lii^rkit jn-i:cioas!y (ujrer fear) tbiy ?'ill si«-a «stas-iisli s';ch a C2n±re of cattle L'niherinc as will bid defiance to r.11 eoiupc- j ii:iun n;id'wilt altiroatcly sccorc cJI tl.e | Ti;-sci;i...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Thursday, July 10.8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

MEI.BOCRVE. Thursday. July 10. S p.m. Business quiet. Konimg but tits mail at tended to. Tobao&- is withheld from ssle. I Tlie case of Lsraach asraiust Aljeyne. in Eluitv. to set aside fbe sale «f Uro!v- ^t-ition, affBetinit the proscediivps in tUc Jlastcr's OSics nader Milf'iri has been three d:iys lu-roro tbe coirt, nthli every prosp.set of i Instill? six more. AasivED. — ^Tlic Honivian. (Vwa f^jniVjn : Electric Spari. from Pnget Sound; Loron^i Sabinn, from Soi:»bi-va. Vridavl July 11. 6 p.-m. Ta the ea«i «f Tjarn:.'ch v. Ai!«}-i»!. Sfr. j Jiicbie, fi-r the respondent, concluded his arsiitiient ; anil Mr. Buasy, for {jiraicli, j o[-sns to-morrrovi' Vbers w^s a very stormy meeting of Enoch Chambers' creditors. ' The ^neral creditors are inclined to test t?« valnn of the sccmities held by tlje banks, in tbe lu- ? solvent Conrt. j Tlie tobacco marfeot is npiin afiStated l-y j heavv advances being asked, but there are no buyers. ' Flour aud wheat very firm, in consequence of o...

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GARDENER'S CALENDER FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

GAUDENEH'S CALESDAfi FOB JULY, Frait and Kitdtien Garden. — Tiie ^onerai thinning and. prnnins Hit tU^j peacli. nee terine. apnle. pear, fij[.'or»Ji!ge, and other trees sbould ibo naistiei Clean asparains jmd. rhubarb _ beds, and plant hardy fruit Ireus, as peach, jisrry» apricot. -|iiinw. «-pla. pear. End almond.' Manitre deeidaous unittroes. . .-. . Flower Gsmfenapd HiniMfKrie^.T— iSowiis :ths period for lajlnar the fonhdnhon of a fine Jaiira^-the ptidc .«f Briti^i gas&xung. Jjct all fnsh turSbir bi co-niilefct.aDd take Bteps to BOmb fljsWfV ^'. ^f*=r* g»rf«» »B they are -clcaneS, for-the- nnrpfisn of enn trttntiuie to tha enjoyment of spring. Traufc plant lillies and Cape bu'.bs. Field. — ^1'rijiare tiie ground for potatoes and other summer -non hi' crops.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

NOTICE. TJEKSOXS INDEBTED to tJie Xbrti I Australian f»r Subscriptions or Advcr ;U:u?. n- ilia 32tfe Jrnie last, inclusive, are respectfully requested to be PilOHiT in the syttleiuontof then- accounts. Ac-Mis arc r^qunsied to make imraeliitre remittances ani statements of moneys uol leirM .in aeonnnt .if tVis edtablUhniem. 'Xo;-th Australian ' Office, l,.swieh, 21-st Mij-, 1S62.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

Oje Dfottjj gustrata, A5D QUEEXELAXD GEKE3AL AnVXHTISER, IS published on Tuesday, Tihteedat. and biTuaDA\ mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. teoms of scuscBirnox. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9«. Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. Single Number ? 64. Ss&ti^mSZS^Qaaxters terminate on die 31 st Much, ''*'' cUie of coiameflKng their suuu9-lrtions. TECHS Or AJJYEETISEXG. «. A Two lines, or tinder a quarter of an inch ? I 0 Four Hues, or under half an inch ? 2 0 Si: tinea, or under three -quarter* of an inch ? 2 6 EigUt lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TEUME OF DISCOUNT. C Consecutive Insertions ? 10*^1 cent. 13 „ ? 15 _ 2G .. ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face of each Advertisement, or it will be coutinuetl until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from I Non'subseribers must be paid for previously i :-- publication. ( Orders countermanding Advertisements will not ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

S ?£! T I- r» I TST -3-_ ' ARBIVAXS. ' ?Kjtv 13.— The Rsinb-iw --.), 71 tons. Cap tain S-.^riitur. fni.-n Si-Jeer, on -Tuesday n' ;M 1-,-t. to.; Sth iasUni.— Passenger— Mr. .Iniv It — Print? of WaW. *t--«raer. Can. tiin ifcil, i'mu Sy.lnev the IWi instant. Pwi-jere— Mr. anti Srs. Murphy. 3fr. Col lias, :t- Si-I^Lt, aa.! '2 -.. ifce siieraj^ HRPAHTDBE. Ju!v 14.— Samwn (s.). Captain Brovm. for Han-borou^h. Passeu^trs, nil July 14.— TVlijjrsi*, steaoier, 700 tons. Cinfurt m-niy. Sir SMa-y. I'i«s«r.jrers — '\tpMit \7-.1k»r. «««'??». C-irn. G. Pen-.-, 6diu.uus.-c Game*:. HiU. Vntts. lfc«^-, LaiasJalse, T. a. Dsrcv. It Morrison. A. li. ^:i«r.«j. T. Siisk. \V J. I.b.-i--oii T^ V Mmnerit. T. O.-nS, r. Hir-itt. VT. JTJ-eoil. Ksudwmth. Coi-n-1 HraiStm. Mrs. Lm raiie-s, Jlrs. Con*, and six in the steerage, I5IIvoaTS. K-lWxiw: 161 )H-:ee« ti nber, and 31 cases w-Vnary. Q't^ensl:mil rSwrniieif PriacJof Wales- 1 binill- sieves. 1 ras^ oi!, 1 fce;r sbot, 2 kr-.r-i n.iils, fi ii.ic!:itcs ea-lries. ...

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LONG SEA TELEGRAPHS. IN TWO CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

LONG SEA TELEGRAPHS. ?'? ? '- ft- Xctr. Mounds . p.- TWO OOiPTEBfi. Is the present condition of public opinion, as to the sebmarina cables, there is not the slightest chance of inducing either a com pany or the govororaeut to risk a million or even half a million of money on long-sea cables. Unreasoning distrust; private en terprise and tho public purse have both been so severely taxed by the failures of rash ig norance and unscrapuloiss jobbery, that sub marine-cable communications have fallen iiitri undeserved disrepute. Yet it will not be difficult to show that, with existing ma terials and existing experience, properly employed, the most distant civilised, regions may be brought into telegraphic communi cation with this country. It is self-evident that telegraphic commu nication with onr colonists and customers in Asia, Africa, and America is one of die most pressing wants of the age — a want which follows naturally the perfection of railroads and steam-boats. The value of speed...

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LACHLAN. Tuesday, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

IACIII^K. Tues&av, Jalv S. Notbintr important to report. The rlor:n.'smr.l Bound cl»im is cleared out, and the party of sis men are returning home, hiving netted JH3C0 cart. ] Oror eirfit thousand tmtuxs of 50H was , left in tbe ca;rji on Snuday last. B-isincss dull. Weather mild, with occasional lain.

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DARING ESCAPE AND RE CAPTURE OF THREE CONVICTS AT CHAT [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

DAttlXG ESCAPE AM) RE CAPTURE OF THREE COXVICTS AT (J1AT Chatham. Saturday. — An ai.-nint «~as made to-day by three convirfs, -vho are undergoing imprisonment at' *-t. Mary's prison, Chatham, to regain t'-ieir liberty, which, for barefaced impud'nci and reck lessness, perhaps is unprecedented. The names of the men were John Keen, alias Keenan. Joseph Jones, alias Rothwcll. and Robert Harboard. alias William Burns. Tt appears that thtr were working at the lower extremity ol this dockyard in a gang of convicts who an employed in breaking up the old sailing slof.-of-war CV.r.ms. 14. and at about a quarter-past two o'clock this after noon they managed to elude the vigilaucc of the warder, and to possess themselves of a boat belonging to a barge that lay close at hand, in which thev directly made for the opposite shore. They were' of course, per ceived immediately, but it was some time before boats could be procured to convey the pursuers to the other side of the water. Information of th...

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WEST MATTLAND. Thursday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

-b^-~* wf^SSSllAtTpEvNO.' ? Thursaav, July 10. A tnsrtmj in fjivour of fis abolition of Stnte-ftid to fijli'-iun was held last llislil. and altlioujb only twenty six hours' tintiee was given, nearly 3** persons were present. A petition was adopted siiunoiting the bill, Ko oipasition »t^s offered.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE COTTON SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

THE COTTON SUPPLY. The Kaei says the heavy amount of specie to be taken ont by the present Jfldia. mail. £4.7,055. consists almost entirely oT hirers have altogether abandoned the ex pectation of an early supply from America, and arc now acting with a degree of vigour likely to create the confidence that is essen tial to India to stimulate the produce of the staple, and. the adoption, of all the best methods of bringing it to market.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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THE OCEAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

THE OCEAN MAIL SERVICE. The Times city article says the Govern ment contract with the royal mail steam companies is terminable for 'the commence ment of next year at twelve months' notice, and the Government have already inti mated that this notice will be given. The royal mail snbsidv for the whole service. West India and Brazil, is equal to 9s. lOd, par mile only. The French mail steamers on the Brazil service are engaged at 12s 3d -per mile for 20 years; and the new French line to Mexico and the West Indies is sub sidised at the rate of 21s lid per mile. Ibish Abt ABBOAD,-^Irish textile fabrics -x*nnder the name of ' English' laces — are now quite tb,e rage in France, Alenoon and Valenciennes have been obliged to make way for them, ao much so that fashionable nodule* scorn to trim ladies' dresses with anything but pou-t SAngUiem — thegeneric term for Honi ton. Limerick, Carrickniacross, and other kinds of lace made in the south of Ireland. The Irish poplin has also obtained in Fr...

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QUEENSLAND. QUEENSLAND IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

QUEENSLAND, QUEENSLAND IX THE INTER NATIONAL EXHIBITION. Among tbe varied objects of interest in I the International Exhibition, the Queens- I land Court has attracted considerable notice ' from its being looked on as the type of the 'Land of Promise 'for the successful culti vation of cotton by European labour. Tho di-nata uf this colon v. forming the X.E. pcjrtion of Australia, (of which a very brimful map by Mr. Pugh, of Brisbane, and attachodto his Almanaok. is exhibited.) i resembles that of Madeirr, and the temper- ! ature is more constant than usually to be ] found within Hie s-.:ne isothermal lines. It j arises partly from the sea breezes temper ing the heat of summer, and also from the copious rains which fail during tbe hottest it so bealthy and tolerable to English con stitutions are supposed to arise from the great and active evaporation which takes piece in this portion of Australia. A range of mountains, at distances of 50 to 100wi)e-, ran parallel to the sea for many ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Monday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

T.AT-pgT xj&cyvrxj.ixsEiJsiczE. (Frvm Ac Cornier.} STONET. Monday. 6 pjn. An tlic-Sch instant. Sir H. Pottinger and parf-y were set upon by eight mouiited bnsb mn^ers. wbo xescaed. two jnison^rs that lie ba& wiA torn. Ityoun' fc&ree'w*?i^iioik^ltt*er- bim. Tvto of the attacking' larty -were ^rounded. Captain Bitrye, iri-li * yarty of ti'ooncrs, bad gone to Pottinper's asfitstonce. The sbip ThcreFH sailed fton) En£l*r,d on the 26tb April, irfth three Iinndrnd and sis Bin:'rr*nts for voar port. Tito sittp UtopU «gta Quartered bytho Emigration Commissioners to convey ieau jrantB to Keppel Bay. . Tnesdny. Sjimr. ? A report lias readied ns by the mail that Sir Daniel Cooper is to ba created a baronet. Tbe saioplcd of cotton tbrtrardedby this colony tu iiis Great Eslubiticm have bsen pronounced bv the jurors to be tbe finest ever seen, ani were valued at Cuur shilliajs (Is.) perpuund. Mr. Dalley bad s-iiledfor Sydney irUca tbe uiiil left, nnl Mr. Parkes was only aw...

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EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

EMIGIUTIOX TO QUEENSLAND. Os Thursday, the 6th, tho fine Clipper Ship Young Australia, Black Ball Line, sailed frum tiravesend with 2-~»i) adults. Fifty more are to join the ship at Plymontli. This is the seventh ship which his sailed i.uderthe direction of MV. Jordan foi Queens land since the 2uth uf July.

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MR. BAZLEY ON THE COTTON FROM QUEENSLAND AT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

Mil. BAZLEY ON THE COTTON FHOM QUEENSLAND AT TUE EXHIBI TION. 'That very day lie baa beeu examining some uf the raw material sent frum Australia to the International Exhibition, mid be Lad great satisfaction in staling that more beau tiful and excellent cottou he had never s«n than that contributed by Queensland mod New South Wales (hear, bear). If a su&i- i-ient population could only be poured lulu these dependencies they would supply all the wants of England in a couple of years.' —rTimei. Saturday. May JO, ISC2. About three thousand people have gone [ out to Queensland duriug the last year, and | the emigration to the colony promises to be vuormous. Colonial companies me now carrying on their ojieratiuiis iu the colony witli Euiop.an labuur, and I y Ihc last mail ! i( is stilted tl.;u each ofthe plantations m.is ! ia flower, and shuwinj; well tor a fine har ! vest, and the cotiou-gruwing was likely to 1 prove a itfrfect success. The Queensland ?? Guardi.m, Feb. lo, -s»ys....

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

ADELAIDE. Monday. Tlie Government of tJouth Australia have resigned, tlie Ministry b;;inpt defeated on tbo -jac*tion of an inter-colonial isnofercnee fnr the purpose of adjitstiag an Australian tariff.

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