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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

AMERICA. Towards the end of October a severe reverse was sustained by a portion 'ofthe' Federal army neat Leesburg. General Stone, Federal, was in the first pinstance drvlyen across the Potomac, and on again advancing, after being reinforced, he was a second time obliged to retreat before the Confederate forces intq Maryland. The Federals, it seems, crosed the river in the Bhppe of surprising a Confederate camp, when they were'assailed by the Confederates-and although the fprmer were gradually, reinforced until their numberamosunted to 1800. men, they were out numbered and out-manmeuvred by their enemies. The Federals.were drawn up on an open hill-side with woods in front. . The Confederates held the woods, and could not be driven out of them. The Federals had no safe line of retreat-only three boats wherewith to cross the Potomac. . For several hours they held.their ground and fell fast under the fire. They.then relreated to the river .bank and endea roured to reach an island, wher...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

DEPAIRTURES. January 28.-Telegraph, stamer, ~0O tons, CaOsptil?i O'Reilly, or Sydney. Pesengers-Mrs. R.Jones, Mrs. P. Jones, Miss Jones andelvanut, Mr. and Mrs. 3. P. Bell, Miss E. Holdsworth, Miss A. Darnall, Mrs. Shaw, Messrs. H. Riehards, J. Murphy, W. R. Perston, W. J. lCostin, George ~C)owlishaw, . and M. Fitzsimmons, T. Gillespie, F. J. 1vory, E. Marcy, J. E. Graham, E. and W. A. Ogg, H. iones, T. Nobbs, D. McDonald, George oewels, Wm.L a Dod;s and 80 in the steerage. Jalnuary 80.-Balclutha, steamer, 600 tens, Oaptain Trouton, for Sydney.-Paesengers-Mesara. Davidson and Joyner, and O0.in the steerage.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

atottle statti ,@~'o~Zif ~btigh it tftita Ika~mrra?roo.-Ths rets, wr i~pba.1 egistrae. General has just iassued revPels anenomenon of singular importance, not only t? nlandbut to far distaht regions. The stream, of lsi?rat?on from Grest Britain and ielretaid is it present in a great m??easure stopped; but, what i lif mbre 'igisifeanee, in so far as ist 'till liowf, it ihn been diverted to fresh channels. This 'fact irepresents one more of the momentous consequences entailed by 'the great civil war in the United States. Tnyears ? go the number of persons who emlrra te during the. sum neer quarter from this boilnty tb the'Uited Stues was 68,9312 Evenas eaty 'a thi itime last year there was a large falling'off In thbese flenres, due 'in some part, no doubt, to the attrattlbu of British Columbia and Australia, as well us to thegatherings in the American sky. But now the cbntritast is quite astounding. Instead of nearly 70,000 we see less than 7000. The exect number is. 68348, so that ou...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

- ?MPO?TS. Balluths-: 18 hbornes, 1 gig, 1 waggon, 2 bales hay, Wittgenstein .? . ase maohinery, Campbell and 8oos. 1 parcel, J. M.Donnell4 1 bale entsn, 10 bags .salt, 1 ase, Strans drapery, -1 box, 5 oegs nails, I castk, I -ease, I bundle bucnketa, 2 bundles camp ovens, 4 lids, 2 bnodles poms, I bundle frying pans, 2 bur.dlesayokes, grindstone, 1 crate earthnwnare, I box, W. Gray and Co..; 2 half <hests tea, S bores sperms, 2 cases jams, 1lease drapery, .1 s'eae.books,t roll leather, S bale candle cotton, I case, 2 kegs nails, ) packages gnttering,4 package saws, 1 loose elbow, ease, 2 g hogsheads brandy, S csse eners, 4 bagssalt4 case# (urnitura, case,t bnndlebaw, 1 drum, 1 keg, 8aent galvamnied tubs, 2 -cases, 'SOtas iron, 1 ~packrge, Wilson and Co. i hogsheade rum, A. Fleming; 4 cases alov., I bale,l 1 cask ironmongery, i case tartaric acid, '1 oase -sundries, 8~aen, 2 casks, Icase lampware, 1 .cask salmon, 1 bag pepper, I cask harnea6, I package, ¶ box sadilery, .ca...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

VICTORIA.. The Vietoris ockey Club Autumn Raoes are Swed eortthe 20th, 21st, and 22nd Febnruary. The stewards are Messrs. Goldsbrough H. N. Bimpson, P. J. Keigh Tn, J. Onrr, W. 0. Yille, J. W.Croibie and P. Doweliug.. 10; .n . On the Plelro-peumnoia we have lttle to reort. The atcry across the border in the Murray directiosh i subsiding. Among the ugnattesn themselves, there i a dif'erese of opinion, as to whether there: hould be ary further aughtr. of. c?ttle. And both:leprties have petitioned the LegIt aonthe subject?. - Thetrhanta all :there is to be asol about it. On the 10th ,instnet eleven farmer t Tgrreain?~e (Beechworth Distiet), were burnt out by fire. The greatest oonsternation on this snbject exists. Al the wheat crops in the neIgbourhood 'are totally dest~rog~l. veal.s farmsers are ruined by the calam i . OuBaturday loat, the trial of a steam paoogh, recntly imporated by one ,of the most spirited practical aglic turists in the colony, Mr. te Graham, of Wahgunyb took plae...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

EXPORTS. Tdlerapbl blm wool;. 5 bu8dles akina Panton and a. ;;1. ~sale wool, 8 bsaesas akin, o ttornis 22.lba wool, i. bale loek, Gray and (o.; 59 balmweool, Buck land,.4' bal, wool, Hasoll and (o.; '4 bale wool, MarobaU aad Deuoher; 168bane wool, Wiltons 2 co-ea bosi,, . and G. Harris ph;,no 8. Davis; I con W.Th:Tootlo i cac, J. Haiimbworgr ie·~ass pens~aul, HL. V, Haaell,1t~rnasAk.S.Co. s auc,~~fHnd an. I cuj, Wilson and (o. ?t .in box, 1 trunk, B. Forreast. Blouhtbah P balm wool, J. W. Buokland; 2 bal~e,. 359 ~:·~~_8e balm,, 14 cash., qoartor-nook, ~~li C~~i16 balci, bundle akin., 06 bldc, Pant bc l "?a 1?arcel, W. Gray: SO hablea W. B. soos.iie KB. !its 2 6 bales J.3C. Wnit i 18 eaks iow?): - ; 1 case ruit, A Sinolair; 1 s n; 2 ce maudriem, T. 8. i jaea. cx Balclutba; 1 cam, 2 moire fruit, L.a'lt Hopkins and rwtOdrd; 1 ma, W. aodB. B fokel uas frit, A. J. Hooking s I box W. iR tisw 42 oasks, 11 oaers frilt, D. Blog. f lectp tion--8si bales wool, 13 asks 1 ·*.e k ' laels, 1bundle...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the S. A. Regi?ter.) MRn.ST nrT's Par.--Letters have been received from members of Ilr. Stuart's party, dated Cham hbers Creek, December 20. The following extract has been obligingly handed to us:--' We reached this on Monday, the 16th, after a long and tedious journey from Moolooloo. The horses all look well, considering the journey. We have now six.bullocks killed tid cured, and think we will require eight or nine more. We have just heard that Stuart left Moolooloo last Monday. If that be the case, he will be here in a day or two." We gather from the let ters that the party was likely to be two or three weeks longer at Chambers Creek The whole of them were well, and some of them are expressly mentioned as having grown "quite fat." The na tires were also rhriving upon scraps of beef. USEFUn SEEDn.-?Mr. Randall, of the Darling, has left with us some seed which he brought down on his last trip, and which appears to be possessed of several valuable qualities. It...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

Qoammrntercial. The following produce has been rnceived and for waded :--From the stores of Messrs. G. i. Wilson and Co.-20 bales wool, WFK; 86 bales wool, 4 bales sheepkins, Alderton; 17 bales wool, "T; 20 tasak tallow, TW & Co. From the storoe of Mr. B. Forrest 104 bales wool, TT over T. From the stores of Mr. 3. Murphy-20 bales wool, MSH. From the stores of Mr. H. V. Hassell--2 lales wool, Blythdale. CuvsTorxs' narEMo FOR THE PORT OF IPWfRCeL 'Therevenue ollected atIpswich from the let to the 29th sansary amounts to the sam of £1616. ''

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. (Frown the 8s. HaerM.) We are informed that by last mail letters have b een received at the Dutch Consulate announcing the intention of the Netherlands Government to despatch sbortly, on a friendly visit to Australia, the war steamer Djambi, which vessel may therefore be rspeeted to arrive in a couple of months in the waters of Port Jackson. Vnrros To anH oauEcETE r a.- In conse quence ofthe dura'tionof the session of Parliament beyondthe time anticipated, the proposed visit of Mr. Clark Irving's friends to the Clarence and Bichmond districts is forthe present postponed. In addition to the inviiations to the members of both Houses of Parliamentand other influentislcolonists, the company of the Governor and Lady Young was expected; but this was rendered impracticable owing to his Excellency's arrangements on receiving instructions from the nimperial Government to visit NTorfolk Island, and to inspect and report on the operation of the system initiated therem by SirWi...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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PRODUCE REPORTS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

PRODUCE REPORTS. LiOnT Amu CO.] Woot-We had a large attendance of buyers at our auction this day, and the prices obtained for the few lots sold indicate a disposition to purchase at rates that will aford a reasonable margin to theashipper. The principal parcels were fleece IN, 9 bales at 195d; B over I, 17 bales at 158d; G, 28 bales at 17id; RN, 53 at 16j oflTred: EG, 37 bales at 19d EJRB, 10 bales at 19Jd; PMEY, scoured at283d. Sheepskina.--About 8000 <eight ~thonsanud) skins were quitted at from Bjd to ltd, one parcel of washed skins sold atsd per lb. Tallow in small supply--prices about tha sme as last week, 80 craks in good shipping order, sold at £385 per tool. Hiden.-About 400 sold at l8s. 8d. to 18. 9d. PscIEs CeURRENT. Wloo. s. d. s.d & Superior celips ........................ ... to 1 9 Far togood ... ............ 1 s tol . Lowto middling .............. 1 0 to 1 Grease .......... ........ 0 8 t 0 10 Loekh, pieces, brokenwools, &e...... O 6 to 1 0 ...

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WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. III. [FIRST NORTHERN CRUISE CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

S1WVANDERINGS IN TROPIOAL AUSTRALIA. (From Ite S. M. Herald.) r, iramsy ioRf s gapyfsls corTm5OD.J During onr astaytY tlst bland, beche.de-mering on a small scale h6af'ao been going on, but not veryeSeocesalii .' £o bh 2ard Abgust we ran down ten l t ? the two Sherrard Isles, and, after~iighibouriug reefs for becbh. de it in paying quaidtity, on the foll] with two boats to the main lasdsn0e neighbourhoodin an unsuo "ee iJ dal-wood; there being there. esit to remain here longer, next day .wio beat back against the trade to feat took us twentyafour days to per-, nie daily progress having been only ,-a« half! But we often lost partof s +ivlst?de-dihring the ebb 'or eatlir -itide, a I Seou tlon gnoderweigh with the flod."- A reord of w ind&.$cti'tber need not be given dc"h' beHng of li" .tt opeaie nce at this seeason of t' jear, 'w'hile thaiaeBprej; iiris. So, merely toentiong that we hlt4Wiidi N. and B.E.(generaUy bout E.S.E. frmnwhi. jpoiptp blewfor ffteen siobessive days), I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

SALES BY ABOUION. A Y ED HERD OF CATTLE of about 60 Head, For Sale by PSiblio Auction. HM. C00KBUMba has received instructionsl . from Pollett Cardew. Esq., to Sell by.Publie Auction, st hisesdenoe, Rhossilla, THI? DAY, the Slat JANUARY, At II o'clock precisely, -,. fOUT 0 READ OF CA2TLN, jjbeioh am good quiet Milkers, and about 20 L04'UtW ieaow In full milk. ALso, Ab?? iout 120 EWES AND LAMBS. The whole of the above will be sold in lole to suit r poiac~sers. Terms, Cash. 152 HOUSEHOLD FUBNITURE. ]Mx. COCKBURN' has received instructions .from Mr. . Ferriss to Sell by 'Ptibli Auction, at hbisresidence, Briabane-street, opposite Me~ssrs.e.-Speigel and Beed'sStores, . - On' MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, at II o'lok precisely, 1 Pine Table and Cover 1 Cedar Sofa : -leratr Meat Safe ..Cedar Washatand-and Set -sCpetsested Chairs . Bocking Chair 1 Pine Bedstead, togetherwit?ha qnantity of other go6ds, including CGrokery, Glass, Boilers, Saucepans, Water-Cask, &&c, AcE.·. A ;' .LSO,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

tt Suttenuabt timws. S,. .---@- S TERMSB: SusecnPtrioi.-The amount of smbsmiption to the Queenstand Tlas is Seven Shib ling and ixpence pe quarter if paid In adrvance, or Eig ht Shillings and i. pence creit. Tahe qrtters temninate n the 80th Sep tember, 81st Decmber, Slat Marh, sad 80th Jaune, a which periodi inly can eauberibeie decline, by giving notice, uand jayg the iatmont du oe tho end of the current queter . Single eopieq, Sixpence. AdvETnimMnE T are inserted according o the fo!. lowing m?le- 0. d. Two line ................................ o linr s............................... a a Sirtine . ............................... 2 6 3ightloss-.................... ....... 0 Eey.addtion eight line ......... 1 o The following Dioooat ih allowed on al drertise ment contnlued- For 6 eti ............... 10 per cent. *'t , , 16 . ,; . ASll advertisements mnust spoify on the face of them the number of times they are to be inerted, or they will tecontin~edtill'cantam mandd andeharged accor...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

I &Diipptfg Inttselligence.s~~ AEBIVAL. January 26.-DBalentha, esteamer, Captain Tronton, from Sydnoe. Passengers-Mrs. W'ilson and 4 children, Messrs. J Blackburn,.. Henidk, J? C. Mayne, B. Bul. cock, W. D)orsey, A. . egorry, and 11 in the steerage. January 29.-Samson, Steamer, l110 tons, aptain iBrown, from Sydney the £-th instant. January 0BO.-Saldanha, fsom London. Clsar Godeffroy, from HJamburgh, with .immigranta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

S TATEMENT of Receipts and Disbursements of the IPSWICI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL k from slet July to 81st December, 1861. DB. OB. S s. d. To Government endowment on so. d. count of ratee received during the half-year ending 80th June ...... 498 4 8 To Total amount of rates received ... 712 2 5 ,, Wharf rents and rent of paddock... 19 16 0 ,, Fees on stock sold in sale-yards ... 24 14 0 ,, Unpaid cheques ... £51 2 6 ,, Balance due Joint Stock Bank ... 1723 12 6 1774 15 O S Total........... ... 8029 11 11 £ e. d. Bgy Amount due Bank of Aunstralasefas, 80th June ...... 1070 13 10 ,, Raising stone and metal ... 82 17 O ,, Timber and slabs ....... ..... 118 16 9 ,, Stumping etreets .......... .. 46 7 0 ,, Fencing eale-yards...... ...... 137 5 0 ,, Cutting wates-table, Estrn. Suburbs 33 17 0 ,, Brisbane-street contract......... 86 5 0 ,, Thorm-street do....... ... 53 14 3 ,, Brick.s 1......... . 10 0 ,, Wages and cartage ...... . 1103 8 Corporation seal ... ... 36 10 0 Prlunting and advertisemen...

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(To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

(To the .Eatorf the Qeealisad ) -mes) Sra?,--Smine mnonths ago seeing.a letter it ?he~uli n m of your jnornml signel lpha, .did:. hin, at ts dme, as without a doub?bt Aphs?.thopgh!t, hat, lt were plenty of those mn thetowln.ef [ps~i~;ho l wo" j follow his example, and who b:iid engagee wit? wln hearts in teateihsoontinbiiag'~ felettersonfnavoop" movement so desirable"?s' that? f Lity eoljg, hutn no? one has since thought it roith th?i trouile t ' begyou to receive thee feasi'lnei frm oine w~iesnm to do full juntiee to a subjet whihbeih' ,o. rts It may appmar. to some that awrlyoelobiajlo: ?it ery musoh wanted at the present tienthti cenutflb fewneoss of the houses of honlneasin tohi.a towhj i ':h: don't think I am wrong- when LasI·s thfYttreierel fifty of the young of both:sexes whoviarg edpiloyael the same, and you know that- ispo, asmnll tninbh ob' bestow a general benefit upona and, agai ld movement be set a-going at onoe, wi? e l he' layan the foundation stone of an eiroellent s...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

IPSWICH MUINIOIPABL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting took place on Wednes day afternoon. Present- Aldermen J'ohnston (chairmin), Stanley, Cluoe, Gorry, Pettigrew, Thompson, Watkins, and O'Malley. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Overseers report was also read. The Finance Committee's report was as folb lcwsf-- A s. d. W.ages and cartage ... ... ... 97 4 0 Cannon, for slabs ., .. .. 10 0 9 Dollard ... ... ... ... 58 14 9 P.Costello .. ..... . g 9 j 10 L O'Loughlin ....... . .. ... . s 0 mR. BEsonoD "wom a e?As e YaRDs. Tielbisaaouio? - tlik idte following letktri from Mr. Cockburn. with respect to the sale yards adver tisement: S[Ipswich, lanuary g~4th, 1862. 8u,--! have to acknowledge the receipt of your 'favour of ycaterday'es date, informing me that Mn BelFord, the editor of the North austraola newspaper, had brought under the notice of the Councl my not having given to lis paper the advertisement of the sale of the Market and Stock Yards till afte...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

ilcal a[ dy un iitrict .WNtea. aarPOR.TnE BouTHEBN C0 oroLE.-Tha mal per bSmson for Sydney and the southern colonies will.be made up at the Ipswich Post-ofB~ee this day, for regis: tered letters and niewspapers at halfyast one, and for all other letteas at two o'clook p.m. " 'i; . SERIOUS Accwtbwt-O--n Tuesd evenind;' a man named John Hiudman .was proeeding out of tow"d with his bulloek-dray, on whloi be was ttiiij whilst liila son was driving, one of the wheels ortthsdy &aniedi'.idon tact with a large stone or stump as they~were desoessiln the hill to dross the Three-mile Bridge : The shoe caused the man to fall of the dray, and one of the wheels passed over his thigh, causeing a compoutid fractpre. He was immediately conveyed to the Hospital, where the limb was set by Dr. Ohallinor, ad:the asseeis now pro gressiug fhvourably. SrExa .Dsrf G c?ClNaERY.-The steam-engine and hydraulis presse ately imported by Mensas. Walter Gacray and go, was set to werk for the first time yes...

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BARTLEY V. ROW. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862

To BATLY V. ROW.; " ' ' i R To diuor of it ? Qeo?e"entanf Tisa;l BsB,-' Hellispaved with good intention ,"i~ ay the :. p?overb, but, unfortunately, men will not let-well daloueo. ::t? Let the pot boil over ever wo nicely, they willtir it, o-&''. Sr. S ;etful of thepayipg of the Spanish Knight to Bisrs 8que, that the more they stir it, .the more it will stink .' Vi," . last case of stirring that has taken place ha been 'Mr. Nehemiah Bartley and .his friend "' Anti-an whc, having with more valour than prndenee l. n print to answer my letter in your issne ofrai lao have proved themselveei what tie public: loJincejgrt i ..nunced them to be. However, these two leitierMf .-41 together, alford apretty good else to theiiejn ' the plaintiff-Brtley-i soiting no he aid aWt iiiy^1 = Mr. Bartley says,--' My objectiawritiag tlieltteroto ' from my knowledge that a small atiesianch (0f :kgnf · diminishbe thechanoe of an mpmrtialji"ry 1g .elled in.a amall country to' knti yas,--" Bartl6 summ...

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