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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
Relinquishing the Fancy Drapery Trade. ETAVE resolved on giving up the FANCY DRAPJ5BY PORTIOJf of tJieir iX Business, and for that purpo.se they intend AT A GEEriT SACRIFICE, THE WHOLE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT, CONSISTING OF Ladies' Muslins, Barege, Delaine, Silk, aud other Dresses „ Silk, Tweed, 3Ioire Antique, Barege, and Lace Mantles and Paletots „ Bonnets and Hats of all kinds „ Feathers, Flowers, Bonnet Fronts, Ribbons „ Fancy and Plain Delaines by tlic yard „ Norwich Crossovers, Plain aud Fancy Damoske ' „ Coloured Crapes, Fancy Muslins „ Gossamers, Lace Falls, Belts, Bracelets „ Brooches, Tortoiseshell Side and Back Combs „ Fancy Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Buttons „ Shawls, Panu»ll;blov», Boots, %ttoea „ Fancy and Plain Dimities and Crinolines „ Stsel Hoop Skirts, Petticoats, Stays ., Velvets, Lace Goods, Worked Muslins Children's Tartan, Coburg, and Holland Dresses, Together with a groat quantity of Fancy Goods too numerous io particularise. The whole of this Stock is in exc...
GARDENING CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
CSARHnXIXU CAI.EXDAP. IO1J \1\V FnriT Axn iviT.-Hi-s li.iKnr.N. — Lo^k over luuiaas, juth; apples, oranges, and other frn:t frcqn.-nttv. anil gather it as it iwconics rii-e. Kartli np e-^L-rj- and nTtM.! to ker-ping ciirrots anl a snpply of saladin?. Trans plant strawberries, artichokes, onions, &c The ccttin' KDd drying of herbs, as they ans rciady. slionii! be attended to. Go over tb-s stocks of trees which were budded in March, am! l«t all the bandages be loosened. Fluitku d shoes and SHiinBsesies. — Auy of the shrubbery borders which Tnav require a dn-ssi!is -if fresh soil and niMiiiro should lw aitrrded to. Plant hyacinths and sack lite bulbs. Field. — Oats and barley may still be sown and the gathering ofcutton pods be attended to.
COXES AND ANOTHER V. GILIES [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
COSES AXD iXOTUEJI V, GILI.E8. Befor.: the following jury :— H. SI. Cock buro. tt. 31. C'hallinor, Charles Watkins, aud C. L. D. FattorinL The Attorney General and Mr. Loller. in structed by Mr. Macalister, a]i»rared tor liie jilaiatitt. iberc was no appearance on be half of die defendant. Ira- ft n'Hi-perfonunnce of ouCract, and lor goods sold and delivered. The damasres were laid at £2000. Mr. Arthur Mieulister deposed that riift agreement j.rodnced was a cupr, examined by himself of the originJ agreement en tered into between the plaintiff aud defen dant, ivbifch he tad lisst since it came iuto hU itosscssion. i The agreement was then put it and read. ; It was fei the effect that liie defendant agreed to purchase tiiree tiwusaiid five hun dred head uf civc wcauers, mure or less, the . whole c£ the one weavers on die Murillo station, to be delivered on the Bendeniere station by the cud of Septembor, at 13s. !-d_ each. I Mr. Henry AV. Coxca demised tliat at the commencement of Scpt...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
WEEKLT CAl-ENPAC. Iusie. I Sets, i Act. timBu. ? -? ? \ ? t ? ; ? b. M- ? n. -C~] n. n. iUi*n Adn. SMm-Iay li 6 =3 I S 19 ' 11 0 1 « 31 0 4S Snn'Lij _i: 6 3t I S 19 i 12 0 ' J IS T SO »f-m-Uy_Ii « Si S IS j IS O \ S IS *- S 44 tuc»l»y_l: 6 35 , S 1b Iu O 915; S 35 v.VduAlatl4 « S5 5 17 ? li 0 10 ft1 10 0 Tfcur»d«rl.=; 8 16 | 5 17 ! 16 to |1O 4i 11 C Tridnj-It;! 6 36 . SIC j IT 0 II join 56 Tlie SHn'e rising and settinx is ratentntm] to mean time. Uii'li M-iler at Ipswicb fijor Iioms later.
IPSWICH ASSIZES. THURSDAY, MAY 8. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
IPSWICH ASSBSES. Thbbsdat, SFav 8. ant, srrnsos. Tns civil sittings ' were commenced this iuorniug, before his Honor Mr. Justice fjituyijic. The Iwrristers prcsant were the Attorney GrncraL Mr. I.illcT. nnd Mr. Hirst. Attor nevs. S'iwsi-6. Mac^listcr, Thompson, Chubb, ami Collins. BOUSE V. TAI.MCR ASD ERNTOS. This was an action to recover tho sum of £500 on a pmnii*imrv nnt^ and £1 4s. costs. Mr. l,il!«y. instmctiyl by air. J. M. Thomp son, n|-!-CRreil ft-r the plaintiff; and the Attnrnjy-^rfin-ntl and Mr, Jliifit, instnirted liv Mr. Hacaliirter, appeared for the defen dant. Th': declaration wtis as follows : — i '? The plaintiff claims £500 for debt, and \ £4 4«. for cist?, and if the amount thereof bnsides mileage br paid to the plaintiff or ; to her uttnmcy within die time limited for vnur appearance, further proceedings will be stayed. 'Tlic following are particular* of pUin tiff's claim : — ?* T« am-Hint cf defendants' orerdHe pn» mif-»ry note in favour of plaintiff, dated 10tU...
The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1862. ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 26th MARCH. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM. CONTINUED GOOD HEALTH OF THE QUEEN. ILLNESS OF THE KING OF THE BELGIANS. DEBATE IN THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT ON THE BLOCKADING OF AMERICAN PORTS. VISIT OF CHARLES DICKENS TO AUSTRALIA. CAPTURE OF FORT DONALDSON AND CONTINUED SUCCESS OF THE FEDERALS TROOPS. INAUGURATION OF JEFFERSON DAVIS AS GOVERNOR OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY. EVACUATION OF MANNASSAS. CONTIUNED ILLNESS OF THE POPE. Sydney, Friday Evening, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
&§c ^otfy Australian. TO THE 26th MARCH. ARRIVAL of the NORTH AM. CONTINUED GOOD HEA1TH OF THE QUEEN. ILI^TESSOF TUE KING OF THE BELGIANS. REBATE IN THE EXGLISH PARLIAMENT ON THE BLOCK ADING OF A3IEKICAN PORTS. VISIT OF CHARLES DICKEXS TO AUSTBAXIA CAPTURE OF FOBT DONALD SON AS1- COXTIXUSD SrCCESS OF THE FEDERALS TROOPS. INAUGURATION OF JEFFEB SOX DAVTS IS GOVERNOR OF THE SOUTHERN COXFEDEB ACr. EVACUATION OF MANNASSAS. COXTIUXED D.LNESS OF THE POPE. (FEOM OXSB. OUTS COBttESPONDEST.) Sydney, Friday EveBinjr, 6 p.m. The Balclutha arrived at Glendg pU- '-- ? —'--£ nt half-seven, after a splendid passage of 91 hours from King Geonre's Sound, where she meet the P. and O. Co's. st«amer Northam. The Northam left Galle on the 20th ApriL' Cspt. Ellis, die Admiralty agent, having the charge of the mails, and arrived at King George's Sound on the 5th inst. The Australian mail via Marseilles were delivered in London en the 17th, and via Southampton on the 20th Marcii.
MOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
NOXES A3STX3 Mi!WS. ? 1) ? Irswica Building Som:rv. Nn. 2. — The first annnai meeting of the fp?wich Mutual Investment and Bnildiu;r Society No. 2 was held in the Hall of the 8 -hool of Arts, on Tuesday evening last The first business was the presentation of the following report n'f»i*»li vac nt-t«f \w f-l,n enAvAt-AM. ifk. directors have much pleasure in layinjrJw forethc shareholders the first annnal report and financial statement of the transactions of the society, and beg- to congratulate them on the eminent success which has attended its operations. The society was commenced on the 2nd April. JP61, with SS members, representing 239 shares, 8 of which were subsequently forfeited, the entrance fees only having Twen paid. Dunne the year. 15G new shares were issued, making a total j of 398 shares on the books of the society at the end of the vear. The ripht to advances lias been purchased on 77 shares, one of which is still imadvancod; being rather more than CJ shares per month, at...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
s 'h: i :e- i' 1 3-r a- _ ABRIVAL. ilvr s. — TolcfrnpU, stcamtr, TOO tons, Cap tuin O'Eeilly. from Sydney* the 5th instant. P^senijdrs — Jbv G. 'P. Heath, child, and servant. Hrs. HoSatt. Mrs. Heily. Mrs. BjiE-'Mtti. Biethsm. Mis* Rogsrs, Misij ljureaes. Mr. H. T. PU«vs. Captain T. J. S»:U'c&3K-soi.«;an»yn. Blyth. Looker. A. ?.Ii.;I*--.i--, Jfjitei-J. Soott. Arthur J. Scott, Vise, A. Xi-jatisgale, IlasstJI, E. Taylor, T-iswul-e, 5L Hughes, A. Cameron, J. It. Br-uldnck, Eummoud, HHBing, Little, Tay lor, anl 30 iu t'io steerage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
€%e |toiijj gustraliaii, AST- Q17EEXSLA-T- GEXERit AnVERTTSEK, IS published on Tcesdat, Thcesday. ana Satcrdat mornings, and forwarded to Oouutry Subscribers by the earliest mails. TEBH3 OP SUBSCBIITION. Per Quarter, in adrance .... ? 9s. -. Per Quarter, credit ? Ills. Single Number. ? -6d. J The Quarters terminate on the 31st Hatch, not Ik attended to -unless given in writing. J Subscribers Trill be charged from the ( date of commencing their subscriptions. TEBMS OF ABVEEnsTSG. ( Two lines, or under a quarter of an 4 inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch ? 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of aninch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under aninch ? 1 0 TESSS OF TOSCOCXT. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 'Scent. 13 „ „ ? 15 „ 26 „ „ ? 35 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and -:hur2cA accordingly. Advertisements from Xon-snbscnbcrs must be paid for p...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
SYDXEY MARKETS. V.'a haw « .1 vices frjin Sydney to the Sth instant. TSie markets have an* upward fn cienrv. hut buyers operate with caution ntvairiag advices by the March mail. The station produce and stock markets present few noteworthy chnn'^cs; jjootl wools move off at full rates, wiii'e inferior turn «la position' oT7«st ircet irttt ' DiSrS* readiness -on tna part of buyers. Tallow firm, with the prospect of an advance, shoalil til? advices by the leall prove favourable. Mr. Brew-star sold by auction the stations Cuniliooglccntnbong and 'Wrlandni. ill the WelUnjrton district; togtstber with 1200 hiMd of mixf-d cattle, 'at 30s. ^ head ; stores. &c, at a valuation. At Messrs. W. Dean and Oo's sale on We'V-iesday, the hiiMi-ag!. for teas were good, »aili.w an advance of fully 20s. per chest. Ht whieli ianjK parcels changed hands; coTjj was placed at rates showing an ad vance of Hi. per lb_ and heavy Iwrccls sold. Sugars were withdrawn for an advance of £2 per ton on late s...
GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
GEUMAXT. TbcTe Se inst novr groat 4eitati--n and occasion,, auid excuse for^istinribiag tlie usiuil. «j ven KsniMir of d^JOQMn life^'ic ? 'Bid-lfl history of tbe rivalry of Austria and PruEsin, T^lacii eeemslatoly to have tnken a fresb dose of by wliich Teutonic ' questions,'' _ 'diffi- culties,' and 'complications,' and distinspa- isheJ fr»m all tbeir brethren of every other rac«. that they are first vcnr.ii.ited .in«) clis tnsssil. tlien permitted to slnmbt-r forado7XMi years or more, then afr.iin rf siuoitates, to l-e again lulled to rest. Eash tiaic they appear in rninlic, they give occasion to an enormous Emonat of correspandenec, protocols, mem oranda, and all those other contrivances of paj-cr wjirfare. in ?n-hich the hearts of diplo matists reveL Bulky camrs are not unrre tjncntlv written on linth sides, to prove that all the' parties in turn are wrong. And, ?n-Iieu tae cor.trorcrsy seems to hare reaciied the r»'int vrliorc an appral to arms must \», «nav..id.il»le, suddenly...
NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
NAPLES. FEBiurAUV 7th. — The news fivmi Capitamta show that the reaction is far from buiii£ repressed. The brigands occmiv a great part oi the Oarguno, two of their strongest bands inako tliM-ein terrible incursions. One of tht?!? is under the command of a cer tain Sambro, and is composed of 400 j cavalry men ; the other COO strong, | is eosuuauded by a wealthy landlord ttillcl Rago. Tronps have jnst been concentrated between Capua, Noccra, and Naples ; the cause of this manoeuvre is unknown. The desertions continues as well in the army as in the navy. The Lombards, Pannssciaus, and Modenists are tbe most opposed to military service under the Piedmontese flag. Sicily is yet in insurrection, and little news is received from the interior of the island. At- Barrafranca, the insurgents have cried : ' Death to the Sardinians! Long life to Francis II !' Eighty Piednionrese were killed in the fi«iit ; the others have retreated to the chicftown. At Vittoria, the peasants have cried : ' Down...
LATEST INTELLINGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
LATEST INTF.T.T,IQE3iTCE Ftom tht Courier. SYDXKV. AVcdnesiiv, 7 p.m. It is rumoured that tiie Australian Azri cnltnral Company's miners, after having had a disturbance with their employers, are now quarn'Siaj; aaion;rst themselves. It has l-ccn'deciilfd tint the dinner to lie srivo:i in honor of the ministry, rtrevi uiia lu uiv u:i:i:u:i^ 111 p.^mauat:n[, snail ta£C place on thtf 2n!h in*t4ut. Thursday, 6 p.m. The A.S.V. Onmnany's steamer, Dia mantina. hound for 'Wide Bay. in command of Captain Knight, pnt into Newcastle ves terdar, liavin.cr esperiena-d such had wea ther as to lose her floats and feathering gear from lier paddles. The Queensland, the new steamer be longing to the Queensland Steam Naviga tion Company, arrived here yesterday, liav in ^ put int.} tbis port to jo 'on flie slip, for the purpose of (retting her bottom cleaned. At Ellsworth's sale to-day, the receutlv quoted prices of wool were maintained. Sheepskins «lSsU«y Jctlinei. - T-nllow -was qiiutcd firm -t I—* -...
THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
T3HCE IJOV^JSTS. (From tht Tootcotoota JoumaU.) A NritEKous meeting of die members of the Unirerxid German Church was held at the Boyal Hotel, Toowoomba, on Monday evening last, for die purpose of enquiring iuto matters nflccting the church, llr. Mul ler in the chair. After a somewhat lengthy the ciursc of which considerable dissatisfac tion was expressed at bis conduct It was then proposed to dismiss the old church wardens aa:l elect new ones. The following were elected : — Messrs. H. Flori, F. Bauer, 1'. Fass. ti. Kohnle, F. Seift'urth. 3Ies*rs. Flori and Bn-jer were the ouiy two of the old churchwardens who were re-elected. iI'iT v. Zaiinv. — This case 'will rome on again to-Tiinrrow at die Police Ofiiee, Dray ton. It is staled that the Ge.-jiaris, as well as others, have sub££rilu:d a. Cfjusideraltle sn:a of money to pay lawyers' fees for the defendant. Dilby HiCEs. — Onr Special CorreEpon dent hastens to place us ia possession of die following results (up to the time of the mai...
FRIGHTFUL VOLCANIC ERUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
FHIGHTFUL VOLCAXIC EHCPTIOX. (From the Singoport Fret Prat, Feb. JS.) Ax appnline volcanic ernption has taken place in the Moluccas, or Spice Islands. It is thus described in communications from Ternate :— .In the afternoon of the 2Sth De cember the sky to die soudi of Temate gave signs of R conflagration, and continued to do so until rhc following day. About rpid-da y nf the 39th the sky in* that direction was verv much overcast, and it blew a strong ?jr.-.fe _from tbe -east. It was tlious^it that mere v^oiua tw b|iccu« «^iitui^-; «?« wit m mu, sudtliat a heavy squall of wind and rain would take place ; but soon nfterwards bath on Temate and die neighbouring islands, shoncrs of aslies, and towards livening, of isani foa. wl.Ho^eha nijrlit w -is w, .Urk tl-nt lieia ajr«SSi«'wB^m.- tl*c shoacrs of itshes wid sand continued to &I1 Uiroughoirt the wh'ile night, and at drajbreafc jUiejtops o'Hionecs and branches of trees, as well -ns the ground, n-ere £i-nnd to be covered vith a...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
FRANCE. The Emperor of the French has withdrawn General Montauban'sPension MIL Political interviews are now rife in Paris, Attended by riotous demonstra tions.' Severe measures have been taken against partisan students, and many arrests made. ? The amendment on the address in the Corps Lcgisiatif, condemning the occu pation of Rome, was supported by seven votes only An Imperial decree has appeared in the Mmittvr prolonging for another year the free admission of corn into France.
GREAT NAVAL EXPLIOT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
GREAT NAVAL EXPLIOT, Two Federal frigates the Cumberland apd Congress, hare been sunk at Nor folk, Virginia, by the Confederate iron plated steamer Merrimac. The Merri mac ran into the Cumberland with her iron prow, literally opening -her sides lues answ vut juui 3- ivuslubiui;, iuiu again dashed at her and fairly knocked in her sides. She was afterwards en gaged by the Ironclad battery, Monitor, for five hours, broadside for broadside, when the Merrimac retired. TREATY FOR PEACE. President Lincoln has submitted to congress certain proposals, having for their object the settlement of the differences betureen the Northern and Southern States. Election of President, for the Southern Confederacy, Jefferson Davies has been inaugurated President of the Southern Presidency for six years. la his message be admitted the reverses lately suffered by both the Federaland Confederate armies, but Epeaks confi dently of the Southern Confederacy being ultimately successful.
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 10 May 1862
PRUSSIA. The Liberals in the Prussian Cabinet have withdrawn from it, and a reac tionary ministry has been formed. The King has issued a manifesto, declar ing the power of the crown essential to the welfare of Prussia. From the manner in which this tele gram stops short, and its not containing ! the number of words announced at the heading, we imagine that it was not received in its entirety at the Ipswich station.