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TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

TASM.AX1AX MABKETS. We have advice from HnbsrtTown to the Kith, and IjnincesUm to the 17th mutant. The following is from die Mercury of the former date : — Wheat, *re still qnote at 4s 6d to Is M, «nd no sellers. Flonr continues in good de mand, and prices arc firm at £13 niiolusale and retail. Potatoes are in. stcadv local demand at £4 10s to £5; oats. 4s; English barley, €s; Cape barley, 4s; bran, is 3d to Is 6d ; bav, loose, in good demand at £5 10s to £6 ; pressed, £3 10s to £5. Onions, slack at £17. Tbe Cornwall Chronicle says, flonr ranges from £9 10s to £10 Ite tier ton; wheat; from 3s 6d for country parcels, to is for par cels ready for delivery on Imard ; oatK,*eed, 3a 8d toSelOd. and good soed 3s MJd to 4e per buehel.

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

MEL3OUBXE MARKETS. WcbaveMellKHimc uen'6 ny the City of Sydney to the Stltb May. The following is from die Age : — In the inijuirt market, to-day, there ban been a fair amount of business tmnsacti'd, and the market (generally js very firm. There have been active inquiries for tobaccn, and prices have Rgain advanced. We report sales of half-pound lumps at 2s. 3d. Bottled porter continues scarce. A small parcel of Byass'e was placed at lie. 6d. per dozen. Brandy and geneva have also been in moderate request, at full rates. Kew butter has been done at Is. 3d.. Cape raiding at 9d, and figs at SJ.d per lb. Oate have somewhat declined iu \aluo. and ma}' now be {midiased at from 2d to 3d per bushel under former quotations. Messrs. Frasereann1 Cohen sold by unction, ' at tlicir rooms, this day, damaged portion (if tbe tens ex Nil Ocspcrauduni trom Foo Chow Fob. The prices rcalinsd were equi valent to those fetched for the sound portion of tbe same cargo. Chests were placed at from £7 5s. to...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

ryHurmmgriT a t. . . Puodwcc ^Bcswib.— By S|ga^..-j.-iH. Wilian and Co.; 27 casks of tmHoir, T. W. and Co.; 7 bundles sheepskins, ditto; ByH. V. Hasscll: 6 bales wool. GtF; 71 bales of wool, BAB re versed conjoined; 3 hides ditto.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

NEW 1£EALANb. We have papers 60m Kelson to Knv 12th, Auckland^ May 3tb, and Wellington Ksy 7th. The Weliinglon Sprcla tor gives die &,!- lowing Bumioary : — It is almost impossible to find out what is. really, the t-tate of mind of the natives in. the Kortb from iheeontradictary statements made in the papers before us. 'Mr. fiusbv tells Mr. OUdstoiic tbat~ 'The state nf the natives in the Auckbuid fovincc is such as would seem to require the close attention of tbe Government. Those of Wnikato are in opcn.ond avowed rebellion against the Queens authority. Those of Ooromandcl areabont to fee exposed to tbe: incursions of some thousaudB at golddig gcrfc It (E not to lie existed that these men will fie rreTented from digging and taking gold jby ?fcwhnndred»ativc«, whose claim to tiie land IB unknown to *he law, and u iitUe«odtlcd to rainfiinfinirifin 4m moral .: Tjho £!najr ean -that 'oa tiio SStfa the ^in£!ofeg*as_heln^,*tyluc3iit»E»s resolved hat tfcoy urould only allow flia A...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

SVDXEV MA1I1CETS. Our dates from Sydney arc to the 26£h ultimo. We extract the following: |ianicti lars in relation to tiia markets froui the latest papers : — Ixrours. — In our market fur imported (roods generally, we have nothing to add. Business, as usual, has liccn quiet during the last too or three days, in coiise auence uf (lie de{?arture of the liomeward mail, and we sliall probably have to wait for a day or two before we can uxjtectany lnnter'uii cliauges in our luexkeu The only new feature wonli meutinn is tlic continued advance in tlie value uf t.ibat'C':, which is to-dav quoted at Us. Cd. 10 Si. 9d. tor first branch of uej^-ohcad. I'uoDLi.ii AlAECfTD. — Tbe wool market , Uas been exceedingly dull during die last | icK days, and thcie has U-en 110 ilisjxi.-ition , evinced to |-nrchasi.- at tlic into s current 1 prior to tlic arrivr.1 or the March mail. Tlie ] quantity i:f wool offered for sal-.- during ihe ! week has Uoen vcrj- liisilL-il, an-l the priuci- 1 pal lots in t!...

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FATTORINI AND CO.'S STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

FATTOHHJI AND OO.'S Stock xkd Station Circtxab fob na iloxTH of SIav, 1862. STinoxn. — ^Enquiries are still made for really iirnt-class runs, which can readily be disposed of. We have no sales to report, but have heard of several large transactions. In Cattle Stations the market is dull. Ko demand. &UEKF. — There lias been an unusual de mand for young breeding sheep, principally by Melbourne bi:v--n-~iHid jiarties with count iy who arc obliged to stock forthwith to secure their tenures. We cocld have Bold any nuniiver diu-ing the past month, but the dcinouil U far al:oi e the su]:j»iy. Our sales have been 30ut- ronidrii ewes, at lCs. ; r.ntl :j(WO brecdius fheq-. i;r;.i)cij-;illy 2 to 4, with « few aged, at lis. We hi-ar of a sale to Mr. A. K. Collins of Stf.'O tnc wcttuers, at 19s. Sn-KE Sheet. — ^Tlieri! hes been vcrj- little improvement since --ur last unjulur. The demand for -T.-.tii«R, lion ever, still conti nues, and there are scvrral puixliasere in the inrj-ket. We -j...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 31st. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

IPSWICH POLICE. COOB3C ? a ? '? SiTOBOAr, SUi- 31st. Befdbe tiie Police Maristratc. Murtoneh OXoagfalm, Tbnmas O'Connor, andlfary Allen vrvrfs cluirged wit& dmnken ncss. O'Jj-ngliliii anfl O'Oonn.jr ,»-ere each finedSs. wHhtho.alteraativatif ^ Iuhus^b rue cells, and SEary ^ttehV £t or in liujbult to be sentenced to48honm imprjsftnn)i*nt VmngbaaV. 4T«rphy. J|. -atso imHar d^

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

KOCXGE OF MOTMK. By AMcrman AVATKiiCfc—' Tlir.t in conse quence oCso ninny mcinbers of thU Council being unable to attend regulariy, I propose ?that the meetings be-, held ones a. fortnight, in futnrc, so as to ensuce sqaornmof the members being present to transact'the busi ness of tliis Council in B roguUrantl business like nMmiw

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

BItlSEAisT33. _ (From tit Ccurur anj 6V:r/.7«.. ^ tJfcECiW^if, IVRUKASCK COMIAST— Wo l»vK been givcll to nndcrstjnil rimt in ac curuano: wit& a re*dut«n |aswd'at the meeting of shareholders on W^diitsJav eveuius last, tbe .lerd «f settleinent is btinV p«panM for airtritaidmi. and that c.»,,il tiieroul will ue oLtamuble on ildu.lai-ct.-it ^t tho offices «f ,hc C«i..p.-uiy ia Ucorpe strcet in nccnrdaiux wirli reti.intious p:;ssedctthe s.mie r...trlne. addii ion»l ap plicatto^M,: wvited botl.f,.r the ..ffioe of. iiireetor Hiiii that ofs^ceretsrv A A*h£ow tscAi-E.— ll:c new preiaises oT J&v T. Dowse, at - Milton. Valr ' iS nnrly c«apc4 destruction bv fire at n,id day ou Ihtusday l^st. TUc orijtii, of the Ere child^ y.-r. «f .... «&*& '^^n' of soaiclrttfcr matches Jeft l-v Ux workr-i-n ? iu the 'juHdinj on going 'a*»v (o' ll eir dinner;, aud having msc^I.^ in lightii,.' one of the uatuia-s, the child ,.n;sf !«« airown it aiaongst a quanritv of rfiavinirs l...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

IMTOCXDIXGS. From Fclton, by order of J. S. Whitchurrh, Esq_ on the lOdi' May. 1S62. Dnmaje. 4c, 7s. 7d. Veiiow Kimtted bullock. A oil rump, red cow, 11 off rump, S off rilis. two pictns nut near car, like T near ribs ;' red poky bnllock. S 3» mutr rump ; red poley cow, UK. off rump, piece out back near ear; red heifer calf, unbnmdcd; white bnllock. triangle over 9 off rump, 2 near rump; red cow, wliite ^pots, O over CG nuai* ribs ; red cow, 9 off rump, ?£? off ribs, slit «ff ear ; roan bullock. Bit off rump; yellow and white cow. like FK or l'W off ribs, top off both ears; red cow, DU ..iff loiu; blue £|K-tteJ p.iU-y cm', Irli near loin, UU near rump; white heifer calf, unbrauded; yellow aud white jKiley cow, FB off ribs : white heifer calf, red neck, HH conyiined near rump, slit near ear; red cow. like writing 4 near rump; red bull calf, uuhranded; red cow. OK utf ribs; red nnd white calf. HH conjoined near rump slit near ear; white cow. TD off rilis. l-O near loin ; red jHiIey st...

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MONDAY, JUNE 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

Mowiai-, Jn« Sad. . . . .. ' Prwent fts toHse M»5iBtr»tita Dinieil Callaghaa cbar|ed wift laving ti« liR-fa! nar viaibl,-. mean.- «f sur.port, wai tUbchar^d and wdeicd to leavo tiic tovra i. A,^'''1?'1^'5^ Wit!l ^isordcriv con duet was fined 10^ «r in de&ait of pay. meat. t» be confined 21 honrs i,, t!ltt ceils H ithewa Guggs y. Kj-^o.-ick .Vsvens Yo apiwanum of cither ,.artv ' SlarrPonrorv. Kiljn Burii. Xoappc3r. mice «t either pail v. ' i-ndT™!* fKiE JTC!Ct-J''1» Snl. J. P. Bell and L. Cnbb; June ah. F. X,,ith aud J Psuton; Ju,)e loth. y. h. vTiUou and g' tan-cloth; June 13th. C. L. l-. ¥Mu,JM and F. A 1't.rhes; ,Tuat. ir. J. FKiain-* uiJT Rowlands: W A\ 11. M.C^bu™ andU lliom; June SI. J. Murphy *ud \ J bun, ; .hdy 1, ft. T«,rn «,d i. .Murpi, v.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 3 June 1862

Births. At her residence, East-street, Ipswich, on the 1st June, Mrs. Charles Dunn, of a son. At Iffley, on the 29th May, Mrs. Edward William Lamb, of a daughter. Died. At the residence of Mr. Donaldson, of the Seven-mile Creek, Mrs. Joseph Curr, the daughter of Mr. John Chambers, after a short and painful illness of 18 hours, aged 20 years and two months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

FAT STOCK MABgET BIQtrlSrnON. TO MESSES. FATXO&INI & CO. Ipswich, Queensland. 19th May. 1862. Z^IENTLEMEM. — We, the undersigned] \JT butchers of Ipswich and Brisbane, beg to draw your attention to the desirability of I endeavouring to establish a regular Market j for Fat Cnttle. We have repeatedly suffered ! great inconvenience aad loss from the pro- j sent irregular mode of supplv; and we be lieve that tbe consumption of fat stock has ' arrived at such a stage as will justify the establishment of regular Monthly Sales of Fat Cattle and Sheep. If you are of opinion that our representa tions are correct, and will undertake to establish Montblv Bales, t-- commence In about three mouths from this date (as by tbe expiration of that time most of us will nave fulfillci«ur preseutengagements). we pledge ourselves to give you our most cordial sup port iu carrying out the arrangement. In order that j-ou may bu able to have sumc data to work upon in advising with your constit...

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CASTLEMAINE: LATE EMBEZZLEMENT BY THE SUB-TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

CASTLEHAINK : LATE EMBEZZLE ME.VT BY THE SLB-TREASIKEE. (From the il,.unt Alexander ihil. Hat/ 19.) A vekv painful sensation was created on Thursdnv by rumours that Mr. T. B. Kaylor. the local treasurer and paymaster, a terri torial niseiiitnite. and one of tbe oldest Go vernment officers in this district, had been detected in appropriating gold confided to his care. We refrained from making re ference to it in Friday's issue, for we in dulged iu the hope that Mr. Xaylor's con duet was capable of explanation; that the crime of which it was alleged be was guuty might turn out to be an error of judgment or the result of carelessness only ; but we arc nnfeignedly sorry to say tbat what has been disclosed leaves no room for doubt as to tbe character of this offence. He is for inallv charged with stealing 110 ozs. 10 dwts. of gold, and tlie unhappy man is now in custody, - on remand' for eight days from the Castlemaine polio; court. There are several versions of the circumstances ol this...

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PRESIDENT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

PRESIDENT ISSCOVS. The following not very flattering portrait of tlie President of the United State* is a pen and-ink sketeh in the Ucau deiDcuxSimda, by one of Prince Napoleon's suite. It pre sents another example of obstinacy with which, in recent times, the American rfoiioi excludes from the highest office in the Con federacy all the ablest, most distinguished, tutd best-HCikieate-i men in the Republic. The French limner gives us j::st the sketch of a semi-civilisod baxuiuiau, in the person of the President of the United States:— - Our first ret-cption at the White Houpe was by Jlr. Seward, Secretary of State, who dressed iu a yellow drill paletot, and broad brimmed straw hat, resembled, but naly on the. first impression, some well-to-do landed proprietor. After waiting a few minutes, a email door opens admit a vciy tall man. six tcct hi;;!i. thin, dressed in a complete, s;iite of black, and hulling in his large hairy bauds a pair of whit-: glove*, which he has never pur on, and ...

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THE ATLANTIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

THE ATLANTIC COMFAXY Tbc position of the Atlantic Company and their prospect of success are most promising. The letter addressed to Lord I'ahncrston. tbe production of nhich ir»« moved for bv jordDuakcllin, badimtyat been published. We shall probably Ik able tu give it in our next publication. Rut as the public are naturally anxious to know limr the matter stands, we will give n concise statement of the present affairs of the Company. It was admitted that three ships would be quite sufficient to carry out the contract, but tbe company have now four : — Tonnage Horse power. * Adriatic ? 3.«70 ? 1.300 Hibernia, ? 2.959 ? tiOO Columbia,..,... 2.87S ? 1.000 Anglia, ...... 2,SSt ? 1,000 [n jnpund nnmhgjg. tliet isliire »rc jaoro than entering into the contract. Tlie Adriatic is universally acknowledged to be one of the finest ocean steamst* :o the world, and has lately performed good service for tlie Government in the despatch of troops to Canada. The other -hips will, we have no doubt, ...

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SIR R. PEEL AND LONGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

Silt K. PKEL AX1- LOXGFOED. \isions of this portentous proviso, hnf flinjr, at the last minute, a dcsipi inteuscly desired, appeared to fill with jii^lirnmic per turbations the remaining shnnln-rs of the YistMUut: for lie slept, or .*.i-iacd to sleep, the whole evening, aJtliongh the irritation at the outset was enough to jv.it a thorn in the pillow of an actrel, or even of a Man of (iodl and member for Tivcrton. What irri tation ! Why IVnTs preposterous provoca I ticin of every seft*e of propriety in the ? whole house, the S;«ak«r's included ; for, : servant of Paiiucrston thongii Denis.in is, ! as in duty bound U: shouM 'be, and therc . fore ]irc -disposed to protect every prr.t.ye of | his own master, the acrid stillness of Sir ; Roli«rt exiled forth .1 setting down from the ? c'mir tti.it w.-is hailed lij- tho entire audi ! ence as a S'.i;nrr-S:]ttou stntko of satirical 1 severity, and raised the chastiscr to a down 1 rifiit Dismcliaii nttiti.de of causticity. : How was it? I :....

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

MAIL ASKASrsiTWENTS AT T1J£ PO^f C'i-'I'ICE. Tumnu. IT'-'-'''- 'JM * at |.*bu'fKiar in.1 tiin fl Fridi.--.-p.jn. j JW. f urn. Hums I jT'.-?'-''- '-0 « r;'2f'i ?? »'??» K»^ f- tr.ja.-, - ptn. -1ti- *; ji m Tlif fiir,- roin^ TiLt.U a--rire at tUdir i!os:i Uuhea.v;: .. Coity. Snalar csoeptsd. 10 ll3.v.5p.,o. Ds.'.ttox ? We3 -j -s J j,-, a-raa ; Sati:.-3jr. -; p.ml WiBwiCK .. Tin «;?.-.-. 4 p.:n.: Patnrday. II n.m. Si«'«.. F.'i-'.sy, nnoa. The fail.iwinc 'Tills are rontinflvnt f-r ti-»i-j 03 she lrri-.-.-.h nf ^iasteai.i-ji¥: .inri iur ft-.-3« sac't arra-, j-aeru are tnvi- ?.s are nir^t .i!. :Ir ti a: ?.?cf.-jl»liti-jjiiTem_-n.;c.v-a.: Slirrbcion^-h. :lla^'nae. and Bwkbiinp t;ii.ercr: : I13ra.1t.-! Sas'Uy or M..n -My. a« n-':!3-:i It. th:- l.w,il' raptrs of th-f pr,-W--1e Fridav aad S.itnrdiv A:ivJ,:t',F,.l«atlfc otb.^r Ansira IttT ?»i.p.-.3?ej, ,-s; up;; ji-t:-:iirs- -i-ri-rs. n«m]Jy riri.« i i-¥,;;. H.^rl of clos H: i'x'nil.i:-l a- P.-jt ()!n,-,,. EiL-oj»», ,»i sni.T- .hv --a.-ria.t f...

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THE LONGFORD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

THE LOXtiFOBD EJECTION. (raoM tub xaiunsn stat.) An attempt is to be made tn set aside the election of Major Myics O'llfilly on t'nc ground flf intimidation : and Sir Hubert l'ccl in his place in 1'suimin^it, and in the exercise of that 'discretion' to which tlie Speaker referred with a quint irony of whirli one would nut have deein-d ' him cnpabk-.hu stipnatiscd tbu clcctiiiti en 'a mockery.' Whether it was that or a n-alit v it is verv difficult to mv at the present state of the evidence : but tlie value of ^ir ItoVrt Peel's ' belief' in l|!g allocation can uu'.y ! be rightly appreciated wben considered in connection with the deep char^in he must have felt at the defeat of his fellow-official Colonel White. The oiise is & peculiarly Irish one, and abounds in conflicting state ments. This Government, which tras really on its own trinl in Ixingfort, appears to have had a foregone conclusion about iutiraidation and rioting. In this part of the United Kingdom, the seclusion «f...

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[?] FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

cAtDKnxn fwtKxrw.E ron .hwe, 1 wi'h Hie Tin'-in; of vi:i ?£. ar.d htx- lietavea 1 ca'.biTe. oialia^T r. .',-;?. Thisshi-a!d ho | treiaemly ioj^tn t':,o ;.-ov. in- cwpi i!iro'.:j:h the mnt'r. S -!v for sHccefsioo, Lrocoli nn-t cr-liJt) ver. rLo-xr--. '..'tcnex ant* firrx£,-E:EiE-. — As \ Oil lights nnv noa- 1» fxi^ct«L scarce : pl-nts. -,-)icli ?! i^iir ii^ .l-.Mrahif to ^ornre I leiire liiey ar.; i-.ijirc-J. shr:ii-l i-.c- cnrefiilly ! cover*.'!, when tiiere is th-' :-u:r-t canst- to ; appr='i..3J tiaranzf. pii^t .::.! r.-iaove ' n«f_=. J;. Rvtu ri.-ei7rinjr « gon.! stiifc .-,f CLTttDL'sof pctualar, enraaiaras, S;scu;.i, fur ' sr''-'? c*-, 'i£i.r.. — S^eet potato;, yams, arroxroot. an 1 jci' i^er may «-.ar !-- .Ji'i j up W. «s.-.I. : liifver. iu.?er i-, » i.l vl ki:id= uf grass seeds f.l»- pc^tili-36 rjjy stl!! t« f ^vcn.

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