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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

AMERIGCA. The lime. of the 20tih March says:-The iitelli tge?e from America, Which we publish to-day, is ;the most importiSt Lwoichl has reached this country .since the United ta.ee' e]ilit' into two lepueblic. Tih flesatidtf. list.b hhe nadi.by the North. Pro. sident Lintollt proposes to abolish slavery in the South by gradually buying up the slaves with the Federal reveues, heavng, however, to each State is present right to continue or to.discard.the " in aeittion"ieelf.. Thei?ieat is"ivowed to be that of recqpyering to the,Unio. the Bogrder States. The 'means of purchase are ilot set forth. Ithis onlysug gested that a ciaifuanane 'of' the expenditure now applied to the war would. soon suffice to purchase this ezpedient towards. peace. bhis.proposition is importent, not for it intrinsic likelihood of accept. inh,' bust slimplybeautse it iea proposition, and is the first bid towards putting an' end to the war. We may hopecthat othere may follow, and that the North may gradually ris...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

SCOTTON. TheTollowing report, from the Liverpool d?bion of the 24th March, will fully show the great change that has taken place in the pnce and supply of cotton, since the broking out of the war in America: The Sales of cotton for the week. as made up on Thurs-. 4ay eseinlg, amount to 29,350 bales, of which speculat ors have taken 4320, exportera 980, and spinners 24,140 batles, ,These figures show a very fair demand under pre i rpt .eemstaneces, but it has not led to any advance in - e· ept for those desocriptions of American the O which are gradually becoming scarcer without te prospect of their renewal; in these there Tir4avne of Utper lb. Surata and Egyptianss are - titthenge in their quotations, but Brait are rather toiofbuyers. : :7s? progress of the oderal i Tei~easee has natur - olopened out the question as to whether it will re te the cotton from that State through the river bear 'it name, which also runs through a portionof Upper Aibaiesa; but the state of the New York ma...

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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

:.'PSWICK. The followiog produce has been receied d fgr .rarded:--From tile stores of Messrs. G. H. Wl?sdnnd Co.--15 bales wool, I bag ditto, FPWD; 15 bahswool., Rose; 10 ditto, Sandeman; I pocket wool, Z3.buoida wkins, 6 caskstallow, TW& Co.; 6 eaks tallow, '. H. Bowland reports having sold on Saturday, atl'lb Mart, 6 head of broken-in saddlehors~es, at an avergof £8 per head; also, ale at 6s. 9d. per dozen, and20 0age one dour at £16 per ton.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

IMPORTS. Prince of Wales: 2 bundles spades, 2 dinms irpen tine, 2 drums oil, 6 packages, I. Aland; I?ba, Burke; . cases, 4 kegs, W. Besser; I case, C. BurdolF a eases winoe, M. Byrne; 1 parcel, Mrs. Bell; 1 'giut-wgal, orith shsh.o, &c., 1 wrench, I package; T7,'Bell;' 1 wageon, with shafts, &e., E. T. Brisendon. 1: bot. G. F. Bennett: 1 parcel, A. Cameron; 3 coa?rs lampfan, 0.boxes, 1 keg, raisins, 9 eases nails, 25 boles esasdl. I case confectiedonery, 5 boxes pipes, 9 cases oil, 2 "gs carbonate soda, II dozen buckets, 1 case slops, 8 les tish, 37 kegs nails, 1 case drapery, 2 cases saucss,,1 naddlery, 5 casks tumblers, 2 boxes boots, 13 pekages, Cribb sand Foote; 2 packages, W. Clouggl 2S ies colonial wine, 3 bales bags, 2 eases, C. Clark i 1 ib, W•. Craies; 1 parcel, 3. B. Dixon; 88 ba? mras, Duthie; I ease plants, 1 eoucl, EUlliott; 1 "k Pleshman; 1 quarter cask wine, 1 package iron we, 1 parcel, W. Gray and Co.; 1 eorn-aheller, 1 cornemdrker, W. H. Groom ;1 cas...

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London, March 20, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

London, March 20, 1812. PUBLIC SALES OP COLDONIAL AD POREION WOOL. The public sales of colonial and foreign wool, which commenced on the 27th ultimo, terminated thlis evening. 'The various eatalogues comprised 58,000 bales, being about'10,000 balesas compared with the Spring Sales of last year.. The quantities from the respective colonies and countria were as under: Bales. Bale. Austrllan wool . e. ,82 .Stawsh aool ... nec Port Philip 10,5 no Odessa ... tt Adratdte e,19e teoaec. ... 3 Von Direno's Land ... 1,$494 3.w Zealand... ... eP 1t819 ove ofoeod lope ... S,134 Coloniatl ... 50,t02 Yeatlolad Istoods ... 352 0,2023 Total ... ... ... 53,01 The first series of this year oommeneed under more foavourable auspices than any of the Sales of 1861, the bontinuous depreciation in value having been arrested, ard the dawn of better times both to growers and im porters having begun, though as yet only faintly and gradually. The report of the market, as evidenced by the first night's catalogu...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ENGLAND. London, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

ENGLABND. London, March 15. The fear of war with America, which, at the date of our last Cireular, 16th December, was disturbing all our markets, very speedily passed off, but the contest e tween the Northern and Southern States themselves oo aioues to rage as fiercely as ever ; and although the opinion appears to make progress in some quarters that the struggle will be at an end within a few months, the vrounds upon which that opinion is based are by no means evident to us, nor is it so generally aeeptea as to benefit our markete, which still continue depressed, not withstandng the iucreasing abundance of money. A e duction of the Bank rate of discount was made on the gth Jannuary, when it was fixed at 2* per cent, at whioh point it now atands. Tallow.--The market is dull. Quotationsfor Aastra. lian-MUtton, 47s; beef, 44o. to 45s. Present stock of Australion, about 18,000. Hides.-At public sale, on the 13th instant, the mar ket proved verydull. The highest o8ffer for let heavy Sydn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MEOHAlDIZEE FUBENITURE, S~., &o. H 3. COOgBURn bas received instructions to sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street. On FRIDAY, the 23rd nstanot, at 11 o'elock precisely, 5 casks Bottled Ale - eses do. SO bags flue Flour, 100 Ih. each 20 do. do. 2001bs. eahob S •o Pollard Jo do Liverpool Salt 6 Basks salmon 10 balf-chests Tea 1 set Scales and Weights 1 Cheffuier I Cheffnoier Safe O saddles, &o., he., &. Terms, Cash. 352 10 bOGSHEADS ENGLISH ALE. H M. OCKBURN has received instructions 11 .to Sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nicholas~stereet, Ohn FRIDAY, the 23rd Instant, ' at I1 o'clock precisely, 10 BOGOHEADS ENGLISH ALE. Terms, Cash. 380 20 READ OF HOBSES, To be Sold by Public:Auction. l x. COCKBURN has received instructions ,J. to Sell by Publio Anction, at the Corpo ration Sale Yarls, On TUESDAY. the 27th Instant, S at II o'clock precisely, 20 HEAD OF HORSES. from the McIntyre. These horses are all a superior In...

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(From the North Australian, Ipswich, March 16, 1862) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

(Prom the Nprt p I , March 16, MdrsMaglR Fojiwowu~ien i~iA ~ in ~Pitt~strdet cl.ose to thbe cobrnei of lMar~etr~,it JdnW., tbere statid a 'long w,..toried buSiing deirahly hack from the fotwalk, aiil h?inits·einowri fTrnt Inmbered?'itA uiiecnt mianaies; wobrn out water butts, and decrepid tabsle.' The RaiOtbb'eeinta its front in four foet letters, that it is the ??shounr Bifgoir" iet&' sba at r theisng abissates use and'to ihst.1ptO-iof labour it os "ididled. Uriiooitv ijtin ? ed?n ian rec~it risit to asks hi&ad with WI 6irbo winre viI?plig. for some inlofiiiaton asoiiht trbop~ lace. *hse& as the shboteseidd( of atyeifyhig ~s, hae introduced us to tiie prOpiienors [essrs. Alexander Moore and Co., whs, athe 6dir-tic tviliities,nomrnitted oilo the a acee of one of their numerous assistants .dul".etiis ?im Io show us over th??stabllahment. When we beard this order we thoribt that 'se ahould have to go ia" a couple of worklahops and adapith tie3 proi eiency of co...

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IMPOUNDED AT DRAYTON [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

II[POUTPED AT D~a WN. From Helidon, 6th May, 1862, olj?i?Tder ~ mpWe TarnerEsq. Damages d sinvng6 x~ee . 9 per. head. ' .::'?"X+?. Black mnr s, pe ton faa? C dh, over P' ' ilbonl. a over T near shoulder. " Bay hone, N in cirle over DP conjoined LDyroeed) near ahoalder, sear near thigh, snip ontosea,near hind foot white, short teail. Black mare, R near shoulder, like A. mnder S:0 . shoulder, like 25 or55 tnder near sddle. ..: , . . Bay mare, BR wth like 291 under pear abaodepr. collar marked, near hip down. If the above hoises arnot released on or'n for' the 3oth Msy, 1862, they will be sold to pay expensea. : From Felto?, by ordor of 5.. Whitchaurdh, Eaq., ort ie 10th, Sav, 1862; Damage, 4w..'. 7d. Yellow apotted bulloclk, off rump : ":.. Bed eow, H off rump, off iba, two pieces putuese ear, like T nearn-ibs Bed poley bullock, o near ramp Bed poley cow, BK ai?bump, piece out bacEk mear aIt Bed heifer oealf, unbra?anded White bulloc, tristgle over 5 of mmp, S mearmraum Bed cowi whita...

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Shipping Intelligence. CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

gfipping flntditgnract. CLEARMANCE. y It.-Prince A?lbrt, stenmer, 125 teaa Captiain 8mith, for Hong Kong.

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Monday, May 19. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

Monday,;May-9, Before the Police.M[agitrate. One Small, an aboriginal, was Uned 6E. for drnanken. ness; in default, 24 hours in the cells. Defendant ac. cepted the latter alternatie. . '. ':' . -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

£6 REWARD. UNNiN'G on Btackfellkw's Creek, near Laidley, a BAY MARE, branded HM conjoined on the near-shioulder, star in forehead, and off hind foot whiite. Any person will receive the above reward on delivery to Mr. RICHARD WRIGHT, Nicholas-street. Ipswich, 16th May, 1862. 352 BOARD AND RESIDENCE, W ANTED, by a Single Gentlemen, in a quiet family, where no other lodgers are kept. Terms muost be moderate. Address A, Queensland Times Office. 371 TO QUARRYMEN. W ANTED TWO good hands. Apply to W. TROTTER. 898 W ANTED, a steedy, sober MAN, aecustomet to drive horses in town. H. V. HASSELL 380 Ipswd1 W ANTED, a Strong, Active MAN, to m? ea himself generally useful. Apply to I. and H. LEVY, Bee-pive Stores. - 839 SMATHEWSON has been appointed 1 I&rVELLING AGENT for the Queensland I CRe Country Distriots, and is authorised /o ? vertisements and receive Subscriptions I p f the paper. Ti muoiices , Jan. 2, 1862. o ewe to the Qu?ees?ulsld Timen who do adt reer shivse eaal, ol~ onferao...

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Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

l(imae aib fiorigt Extracts. (From tfi Home PFpers, to Marsh 27.) * Lord Westbury,' Lord Derby, and Lord Chelme. ford are Fcontending together for the Senior Wran glership of the House of Lords. An influential meeting was held in London last. week, at:whichi it'was resolvod to erect a statue of the late Mr. Joseph Locke, of engineeringe celebrity. SThe following curious notice, for the benefit of Er?ii~h:tratelltbrs, is exhibited in the caerriagel of a foreign railway:-" You are requeseted not to put no heads nor arms oat of te windows. Lortd Clyde kept his hat on during a recent-visit to the House of Commons, and, as thbo Speaker noild not fail to observe the "breach of.pirivilege" committed by the military hero, he sent a message to Major Gavin to beg that he would inform Lord Clyde that Peers most not assume their bats in the Chamber. A fall ef the cliff near Hastings has brought to light an interesting slab of stone, bearing on it sur face the clear impression of the foot of a g...

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THE REV. WM. CURNOW IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

TtEIBEV. WM. CIRNOW IN TROUBLE. The !following very characteristic leading urtielb alpiirs ini the Sydney Freeman's Journal ofthe.74g:ip8stnt. Our readers will be at no loss to understana the spiritin which it.is writ ten ,ltas a little further, even, than some of she k acbyo disry productions which have ap pea IpBisch : " Many of our resder? must often hare laugh ed? -li2kte4hte done, at a sight which may be. -eei n r dbiost any part of the world, except perhapsin. China. It no doubt. may sometimes be seen even there. But we have been told that the little animals to which we are about to allude, are thought far ~oo much of to be al lowed to roam through the celestial steeets at will. &ere, however, in this. land of liberty,.in the glorious offshoot of that mighty tree in whith birds of all sorts nestle unmolested, even the very dbis go about the strebts in uch num bers, and so jauntily, that one would almost that- every little cur that has a tail of its own, and' strength e...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

-* Garibaldi's reception ,at Milan the other day uen eiently indicates hew far the Italians ofi Lomhardy are from being apathetic about Borme ana Venicee. He. arired at that .city late on the evening of the 21st of March, and wai welcomed, s1 the telegraph informs us, " with indeesribable' ep thnuslasm" The whole city wase:illuminated. The people shouted "Rome and .Venicelt"oiGarifaldi sddre~sedihem from the balcony 6T the :Hott Be I Ville" Be said---. I salute the 'people whobfoioht, so gloriously agaiust tyranny ftorfle days." Gati baldiproinised also that Rome anld Venice should be delivered,and irecommended the people to prtac tise thepselves in rms as a noe3ssry preparation 1 for thedelive?nce of theremain'der ' ft'aly,, nd noftheir sl~tery still n8slaveri.-y, Aat qraifl ?anqiiei Siven'pesrt ay, »thte. Ifolitie ) r^yl,.Giha~ldij spoke of~tie power of ideas snd.of qis futrw of Italy, Beetldpi d 4dlsoto ien nyflrny preiginywapr for Italian freedom, and said that itwas the.,?pi y ...

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BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

BANf* OF AtSTRALAStA. The 2wenty-eig&.h Annual Report of the Directors * to the ProprietprW,.Monday, 24th Mrch,,I 841. 1. The Direetor present the esubjoined abstracts, of the accountp of;the Bank, for the year euding the 14th Optcber, S6pi,' '. , ' SOWZ)I A/eD, ose ACOOtlllr. Balance at the credit of Profii ad toes . B e. d. Account, 15th o(tober, 1860, as per last Report .A. , ... ... 96,206 14 6 Netilkoft.in thetyear to 14th October, *861,aftrfduolipna(rin4ntptipn de ouita, . incomne-tea, to.; provion hiaving been made for bad and doubt fil debts ... ... ... 190,618 18. 5 .. . , £216,825 , 11I Divided among the proprietors: At. April,.6181, aDividend at the rate of 6 per cent. prannuim, and a Bonus at the rate of 4 per cent. per annm; matikmg together 10 per 'cent. per annum, or £2 per share for the half year .. ... £4,000. At October, 1861, the sane 45,000 ---- -0,000 0 0. Balance at the credit of Profit and hos Account, 14th October, 13561 ... 126,825, 4 11 ASSETS. Spec...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862

MARRIAGE. On the 15th instant, at Cressbrook, by the Rev. G.M. Reed, Mr. Thomas Broadfoot to Mrs. Jeane Allan, both of Cressbrook. 372 The Queensland Times   IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1862.

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN VICTORIA. Thursday, May 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862

RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN VIOTORIA. (Pran the S. M. Heralsa Jlelbourae Cerreaposdest.) Thursday, May 8th. Scarcely have the new proprietary of the Subur ban Railway Companycommenced their management of that line when the most terrible accident which has ever taken place on any railway in Victoria has occurred, and produced a stite of profound excite meot thronughout the city. On the 1st of the present manth, an arrangement .was made by which the Brighton traffic ceased to be carried, as heretofore. in connection with the Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway Company, and is now worked by the Suburban Company, the junction of the two lines being at Obapel-atreet. the Hawthorne branch join ing the suburban line at Swan?t?eet. The nine o'clock express train from Brighton left this morning as usual, carrying a ainrgehnCilme of business men from that locality. On reaching #lie leirel crossing at Joliment, bshout half a mile from the Melbourne terminus, and at the point where the single line diver...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. (-enm tre Bydnep Morning eraodf.) A Generallevee will be held at Government House on the Path instant, in honour of her Majesty's birthday. stcle-ntesinghesbeen proceeding on an exten eive scale at Liverpool Plans. Three men are now in cnstedy, charged with stealing 130 head thatl were brought in by them and sold at Nundle. A hall was given on Thursday night, at Green oaks, the seat of Mr. T. 8. Mort The company numbered about four hundred, and included hif I Excellency and Lady Young, with many influential citizene. Lieutelnant-olonel Hamilton arrived in Sydney 1 on the 7th instant, to assume command of the troops in New South Wales. Mr. Vindin, late of the Maitland Company of i Volunteers, has been presented with a sword and I1 accontrements as a tribute of respect, on the oes- I sion of his resigning the captaincy of his company. I The annual meeting of the Hunter River Vine yard Association was held on Wednesday afternoon, I when some very superior specimens of ...

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TUESDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862

TU?aosi, Ma 20. Arthu Macaaister was then recalled in reply, and examined by the Attorney.General. His evidence was entirely at varisance with that part of Mr. Johnstone's and Mr. Liddy's which referred to the last conversation in his ofce: With the examination of this witness the evidence Iclosed. Mr. Jones addressed the jury in the defenee, and the Attorney-General replied at length. His Honor then summed up, and left fire questions of fact to the jury:--(1) Was there an agreement made f 12) If made, was the agreement, as proved, the same as the agreement declared on ? (3) Was the value oftheproperty (£1100? (4) Was the representation untrue with Fergnson'a knowledge? (5) Was Ferguson in a position to contradict the represents. tion as to the value of theproperty, if falsely made by Liddy Mr. Lilley objected to his Honor's raulag onthe five points. Eis Honor then read over the evidence. The jury retired, and alftera short absence, returned into court with a verdiet for the defenda...

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