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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
'ITALY. The Parliament ef Turin is animated by an excellent sirit. The discussion on the affairs of Rome and Naples had been closed, and the chamber, by a large majority, had passed a vote of confidence in the existing Cabinet. It had renewed its vote of 17th March last, which declared that Rome was the capital of Italy. By March next, Italy u;ill have 800,000 comlbatants under arms. People still sigh for a solution of the Papal and Roman question. The onsatitutionnel calculatee that the maintenance of the army of occupation at Rome has, during the last seven years, cost France 1281 l0,000 francs. Naples, January 21. The band of brigands which infested the envi rons of Gargano has been dispersed; 24 of the brigands were killed. Rome, January 24. The Pope has been suffering from fever during the nlast two days. To-day, however, his Holiness was able to leave his bed, and resumed his ordinary avocations.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
Ta ArMIErCA.N ·AvONLt remembered, perhaps, -that some " Yankee Duodle." ' Hail, Colmsmbkginl t'; a Star Spangled Banner, "-ff44 for a new national hymn. ebw of verses" were forwarded to the -cpmmo e pointed for selection and judginent, whoo; hei1w of some sense and taste, came to the dpeojiq6 which might have been anticipated-thaianots-agj out of the 1200 was worthy the ¶rize of £A . The labour of the committee, however,did.notj here. 'hey resolved to make a dollar-.aolpmronmk of the rejected hymns, and cmsimitteditsarraogg ment to Mr. Richard Grant White, whose aameoss known on this side of the Atlantic a4s~sainstikiwg editor and commentator on hsbakppeasr, .Ti oobdk~ of hymns has just been publishedi 'in NeWYoXork printed on tinted poper, withane yeayab yLCh?ire on "National lyomns; how they arewe g how they are not written," .illustratd 1the and music of tife most popular pbinticEprpisi hymns. Then follows a selection of steetapd the worst of the rejected twelrs .unond; : worst, ...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
CLEARANCES. Maroh 1A.-Wansfell, ship, 777 tons, Cabtain Jones, for London. Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt, Mrs. Hinekley, Mrs. Wolker, Master Walker, Messr. George COstanee, George Weeks, and Robert Bailey. March ]9.-Kembla, steamer, Canpt. Bell1 for Sydney. Pnassengers-Mr. and Mra. Grant, Mrs. Connelly, Mae. Rogers, Memsr. Zilman, Beanett, and twenty in the steerage.
DR. LIVINGSTONE'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
DR. LIVINGSTONE'S EXPEDITION. The fo'lowing are extriets from a letter from Pr, Livingrtone, dated Mohilla Island, near Com.O -, Apiil 4. 1861:-We went to RIvenma in February, and mude an attonept to ascend that river in Marc.h Our progress was arrested whe) only some 30 mil'-. from the month, by observing that the water wu.o faling at thei rate of seven iio.es a day-we had come over some parts not more than five or six feet deep ami our vessel wea diawiug lour and aba? feet-so we had to make up our minds whether 0t proceed further and rminln asiong a people whom we did not know till the next flood, or come baed, ald work on our old 'spoor' up the Shire..,,..,F the general good we seturned, and werefavo reJ i a rise in the river of three or four feet. Thi f#l 1 said to be the last flood ot iithe year, aud. madie, fully alive to the fact that, from one eiaufe'.'r another, we werp qlite two nooaths tool*atei 'fs successful exploration. From the little thatýwa.sea we are disposed to th...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
a 4 PORTS. Samson: 40 bars iron, 12 cart boxel, 9 kegs nails, 12 bundles iron, R. Aland; I case, Mrs. Bell1; 1 case, Cribb and Foote; 9 casks Thorle'ys food, 8 half-ohests tea, I0 bags floor, 1 case glass, R. Forrest; 26 bags oats, Hassell; 84 bars iron, J. H. Jonies; 8 bags hair, Kennedy; 2 rolls leather, 2 packages, W. Koch 1 wool waggon, Wilson and Co.; 1 case, Whitclhead, 2 oases sachinery, 2 pianos, 1 ciculasr saw, G. H. ilson and Co. , .
FRANCE. Paris, Monday, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
FRANCE. Paris, Monday, 27th January. The Emperor's speech delivered this evening, contained the fllowina passages:-" My relations, with Flreign Powers give me the most entire satis faction, and the visit of several Sovereigns costributed to strengthen the ties of friendship. The KinP of Prtus.ia, hy coming to France, hes been enabled to julie for himself of our desire to unite still further with thea Government and the people, who march towards progress- with sunre and calm steps. 1 have recognised the Kingdom of Italy from sgympathetie altl disinterested mctics'. To reconcile two causes the antigonsm of which is disturbinog everywhere men's minds and concerns-the tival war which is desolating Amarica-and which has come to compromise seriosaly -our commercial isterests, still as long as the rights of neutrality shall be preserved we should coLnfine ourselves to offering up wishes that these diesensions may soon come to an end " h. Fould had proluced his budget. It afforded a prospec...
SHEEP AND STATIONS. III.—CLIMATE AND SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
SHEEP AND STATIONS. (From the. Sydney Morning Herald.) - III.-CLIATR AND SolL. Although I have estimated altlhush country as being now superior ioabnyother for the dapastuming of sheep, there are of course many varieties of and even degrees of excellence in, inferior country. Some few stations are so good that with very first rate management they can be made to pay (chiefly from their proximity to a market, or from shortness of carriage), as well as an irdinarily managed first class salthush run. There are others which pay pretty well, but not much more than interet on the capital invested; but which perhaps the prnprietors do not like to leave, because they have them for their homes and have sunk money in the purchase of land, which they conld not easily realise. And are other places which it is always a wonder to me people can be itndl ed to accept as a gilt, if thereto in attached the obligation of beeping sheep on them. I could instance several runs at this moment, whose owners ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
tXPORTS. Wansfell: 238 balek wool, 678 'hide, 8 bundlescalf. skins, 1 bundlepatterns,G. H. Wilson and Co.; 97 easks tallow, 452 hide,, 162 bales wool, G. *ff?a?nd Co.s 14 bales wool, J. ?nd G. Harris; 215 bales wool, J.D. M'Le?n; 104 tonsbones, 68 bilestool, T. 1. Stepbens; 64 bale wool, Panton and od . 60 asnks tallow, 89 bales wool, W. B. Tooth; 17 bales wool, Walter Gray ana Co.,l 44 ditto, D) and J M'Connell; 165 ditto, Gore and Co.; 38 ditto, II. and O. Tom; 6 ditto, .V. Rawson; 20 ditto, Boulto, and Taylor; 95 ditto, Rassell and Taylor ; 86 logs ironbsrk, F. B. Bige; 80 loags oedr,,.W.Petti. grew; 72 bales wool, F. A. Forbes. S cases, Board. Recapitulationl-1310 bales rool, 144 casks tallow, 1125 hides, 8 bundles calfakine, 10 tons bones, 6i logs timber, and 8 eases. - ' "" _ Clarence: 2 eoasee gin, 1 ase, 1qister-oaWt, W;Gay and Co.; 1 case, Campbell and Son; l~sab, Oribb and oote; 1i box; Raymond and o,;.. - Kemblo: 16 bales wool, H. V. Hssell; f ibaleswool, iYi4wn ?" rm nd ...
AMERICA. Queenstown, Jan. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
AMERICA. (From thi Second Edition of the Times, January 27.) Queenstown, Jan. 20. The Royal Mail steamship Asia, from New York on ~the 15th inst., arivnd here at 12 20 p.m. to-day, with 46 -passengers and 203.903 dollars in specie. She landed two pasesengers and 65 sacks of mails, and proceeded at 1245 p.m.; all well. New York, Jan. 14, evening. Mr. Cameron, Secretary for War, has resigned, and will be replaced by Mr. A. -M. Stcunton. Mr. Cameron oas been appointed Milnister to Russia. Mr. Casins 3f. Clay, the present Minister to thie Russian Court, will aetunl to America and take a command in the Federal army. General Burnsides' expedition has sailed from Hampton REads. AL impression prevails in the South that it is destined for iorfolk. A motion to take up the Bill for the relief of the owners of the British elip Perthshire has been brought forward in thle Senate. The New York journals express doubts concerning the safety of the British ahip Rihaldo, which was bound to Halifax but...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
VICTORIL A .orrespo?men t of fl , Ar en who Is teS.slIy supposed to be a .wellknown politician at bnesnt out oi harnms;s ridtes in Thursday'. paptr cohetyn. Ing th ",e"te 'th Mgihtlve Assembl artthe close of la'st week:-t " A Mlnister of Stath, a Premier, a lctoietiai stattesmian, a gentleinan (as he pmetitmes delights to call himself, says I. the .Legislative Assembly ,of. a supposed civliliged country, that had pother member/said eloewbere what ho had said there, he should lihave felt the toe' ofthat;ioisteror of State' boot. Now, this, Sir, may be accepted by you as the act orfn'Ministry putting its best foot foremost,:but.people who feel under no necessity to regard the -expression but 6n its merits, denounce it as a piece of unImltlgated ruffianism. Ngay, you yonmaelf caot away with it nor until the departure of the mall euwl, yoe entre t. uncov?ir tlesuame oflar (I eanot a our) O'?BaMaaesv.' M r? Doi gkse otaes t , o' an ar. . .. *otl! loue arsesoluflion oteatesitabtiberv thiu...
SYDNEY. PRODUCE REPORT. [G. B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
SYDNEY. PRODUCE REPORT. [o. a. enswozvff. Wool.-Although the telegraphic news reports that a better Tfeling exists in the homne market since the close of the November sales, purehlssers were not inclined to operate to-day, except at former prices, preferring to be in possession of their letters before entering into large purchlsses either as remittances or speeulatios " Amongst the wools sold to.day were RP&STM at is. Gd., and JT at Is. 6td., from the nbrth, bolth clips being touched with seed. For the scoured, handwasheld, and western wools, no offers equal to tlheexpeetations of thie owners welre moade, and the lots were withldrasn fromo sale. Offers have been made since, which will probably isduce sales. Sheepekins were more in demand, and prices in fa. .our of tile seller. Tsllow.OOwing to tie reported deeline in the Eng lish market, shlippers'declincl bidding toeday, and that sold was taken entirely by the trade at prices varying from 2se to 3s. per cwt, nnder tlhe quot...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
TEST INTELLIGENCE. tBY ELECOTItC TELEORAPIZ. SYDNEY. (From the Guordian.) Tuesday, March 18. - atehrs have been received by Government from ;r parkes and ¶)ulley, the Emigration Commis. e.rs in England tor thia Colony. They are of a ch more encouraging nature than those which were led by the November manil. More attention is being edtowards New Bouth Wales, and we may expect rtly to receive large accessions' to our population of a .oble class of mminigranls. few items of English news received by telegraph at exandria are published. A prize fight took place owen the champion pugilist Mace, and one Tom King. ;e former keeps the belt, having defeated his antagonist forty rounds. The Montmlorency, for Moreton Bay, with 281 nigrants, left England on the 31st December, and was be followOd by the City of Brisbane. The Government of New South Wales have resolved no susprnd for the present tile pleuro-peumonia regoulations. A ship containing 227 Chinese has arrived, but the poll-tax and pena...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES.; (From the Jydeney Mioing Herald.) SUICIDE: Tax death of Mr. Henry. (mett,. who shot hblmielf with a plstol at hil neidepoe, Hereford. street,.Gleberoad, on Sunday last, as noticed in.ourw iaue of yiaterday, forimed the subject of. aoroner'e inquest at the Sir Maondrice O'Connell Hotel, Gleobe Road, yesterday. We append n abstract of the evidence taken at lU IZWQUflT. John Taylor, senior sergeabJ in the charge of the B division of Metropolitao police, was the 'flrkt witness called He dep6ed as lollows:--About two o'cinck on Sunday (yesterda). fromi infomatlion received, I went to a house dctnpled bl a Mr.Heiry Garnett. in Herefonl.rdstet ?oe on eterng a small bedroom poilted out to mse, sw the body f the deceased lyin o a b, d hli clothe 0on; there was a hole as irfeed al ganshpt in his body, near.his heart, from whbiqblood was flowing; there were spots of blood on tshe bedoiothes and iaor; the pistol produced was lying on a.table .dn the room ; it smelt of powder, ...
THE EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS. MR. LANDSBOROUGH'S REPORT OF HIS JOURNEY S.W. FROM THE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
Wal~fErLORING EXPEDITIONS. " (Fmw. the (aduer.) ME. LAbNDSBOROUGLS REPORT OF Hms JOVTUNEY aw. FROM TE ALBEsT. .The following doctutents have been courteously supplied to us for publication from the Colounial Ieccetartea ofloec- t. a . s . Victoria, March 14th, 1862. Brm,-I do myself the honor to inform youea, for tue inforhation of his Excellecuy the Governor and government of Queensland, that Mr. Landabor?o?eb was t~leave the Albert River on or about the 13th oF,:bruary, for the purpose of taking up and fol lowRng out Buzrke's tracks, which had been found bt Walker on the banks of the Flinder's River, and snubseqnently seen by myself while endeauvouring to End the camp, to obtain any documents he may have left. That his party consists of six in number, withf 21 horses, and are provided for four months at fell rations (tea and sugar excepted). Of the former he has none, and the latter only about 80 lbs., and lo conseq-eace of the losses by the wreck of the Firefly, I was unable to g...
GOOD MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
With igbt.eianish sorrow; , Soeetvir iilow soft, mount lark aloft, To gove my lo?e good morrow. - , : - Wing from the wind to pleasp.~esros- l 'n . . otesolrom the lark ?Il borrow " Bird, ]'prano ty wing, o ihtingalei, ~ To. give my love good morrow-. Notes from them all P11 borrow " Wake from thy nest, robin redbreast : S, Sing, birds, in every funrot " "a:'": A "nd from each bill let mssieb&,hill ?:' ·'" ? GOie sony:tal.loe goodonoro .?''? ' .? ', Bleckbird andithrush ioeverjsi??i i? Stare, linoet, .and coclk.-seatrogrly : r' st SYou pretty elves, amongst yourselvpl, 4~ t .i-aggmy fair love good morrowr ? t 5l4, . . Bang, horde, in every ~arroWr.