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A SNAKE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
A 8NAKL ST?on? .-"During the Fl?oridia war," sii te' specidr, "[I 'W in the Amnerican army. One day I shuinlereid my gniu, and went iln pursuit of pi~e. ' 4i paseinc through a swlnip, I isaw iombthiok a Tew flet ahead ci uoe; lying upon the mronnd, which ha' every appearance ? at lr, it being.some;forty feet in length, ad nabout one foot .in diameter, ,So positive was I that it was nothing but aeiog.tht I poid no ,ttention toit; the fact is, ionulc ~swri h?rWo r beie a co 'urt of jensticee that ir. weane lg sRd notiliih else. Yin see, I never hei'rd ofppaes'igrnwihg to such huIeo dimensrions, ad the fat'ie, 1 never shnuld have believed it if I 'had.' Well, between me and the log, as I took it to be, was a nmiry!place, which it was necesnary for me .to avoid. I. therefore, placed the Ibutt of tile gun on the ground ahead of me, and splringing unpm it, liit iton tnpj of-what do yarU staipiOenr " A .b0 acoilatrietcr" said one. " *ro." "At Arineonda," raid anoher.'*" No." ' What, then, ...
FRIGHTFUL ENCOUNTER IN NORTHUM-BERLAND-STREET, STRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
FRIGETRtL 'FNCOihrN'I'lt It'M NORTHUM. BERLAND-STREET, STRAND. Abhout nonh in tdle 12th of Juily a fearful scene took place at Northumberland-chambers, North omberland-street, Strand, in the apitrtments of Mr..J. Robertsa. ,dlicitora;rd hill dlecounter, who occupied, theSfirt our ol .that hiuse.. A deadly strugele had taken place betieen Mr. Roberts and Mr. Mu;iray.. l;te a 'Rjlor in'theblOth tiHusara. At ',buit half-past I' o'clock pistol iiots had' been heard in Mr. Roberts' chambera, after whilh 'the bhack window was thrown open, and Major Murray leaped out into the back yard. :H scaled the wall,.and entered i.he.earden of the next house. He was found to he, very severely wounded in the fore head aid neck.pn he wastaken biy'n police man to Charing.crssii Hospital. In the meantime irn?irmatin w:was sent friom the hospital to the police?- 'ttion, BoMw-ateet, whereupon Supedntetn dent Darklii and Inspector Mackesuzie prcseded to the spot; :nd.'undertook the investigation. The door. ...
COTTON AND EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
COTTON AND EMIGRATION TO QUEENS. ,.LAND. , Two interesting lectures sere delivered. on Mon. lay and 'Ti'neay .last at the halt of thetYoung 1eln's 'hri'tion' Association, Aldersiate-street, by IHenry Jordan, ER?q ,nmmissionerTrbm Quseeisland, Itte member of the Legislative Assembly for the itv of Blrisbane. The attendithie was numerons; F.'Mlancles. Erl.? orcupiel the chair, and having hriefly introluced the lecturer, Mr. Jordan said he waml4 not occulny the atten. tiun of his audience at any letiili in spe:eakiiig of the importance of the great island cntinent of Anstralia. Its extentt, ifts beauty, the sileridoisr of its climate, and its rapidly increasing comnimerce, wealth, and population wereklnown toall. [Queens. land was the new Australian colony, commencing at Paint Danger, in lat. 28dee. n8m. 400 .miles above Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, ant extending thence to Clape York, tlt. 11.le. 17m., and from the eastern coast to the 138th meridian of east loinoitule. It e...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
DEPARirRES. October 1.-Clarence., ateatmer, Captain Collier. f ibeeo Ports. Ponrececetn-tttcre. It. ttct* 11 nlteteco'i, IV It Davidton, J.ttolcer. Mer. Dctldsotn and iftbeen in theatr October.t.-Wearntah. oteamer. * .tens, Capetatn tn ttydney. Panoeng rn-Mr. and tdco. . Brookt, Mr. and Ptemtntl and tno children. Mien n. Iloekineo, Mr. a neck and tnoechltdren. R-rn. J. C Wlite. It. Glisana. .Fiolerr.;.liwartt t, Wrighlt, 'sanee R. Tooth, ti i ^te filAl. AFeca BIL. narter B. T. Parkee.. H; iobnmna«e !:inni E. U.trjt ^^^daaf &n Sydney. tla~papS~tMInr . Octber 4.-G4overtr, brig, 147 ini, Chpyain M tint Octaoer8.-PrlinceAltert, brig, B2 tons,Aldroed,for New it btllast.
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER AGAINST A FRENCH BARON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
EXTiRAnRlDINAlRY CHARGE OF . AT. TEMPTED MURDER AGAINST A FRENCHW -·ARON. S?omerr in England has been startled dnring the p~ast month by the publication of one of the mnst m:arveliouas stories contained :in the annals of crime. The Baron de Vidil is a French gentleman by birth, who having married an English lady .f fortune, has lon g been in the habit of visitihs London. where his position and friende gave him thie entrfe to tile most distingnished society in the metropolls. He was an honorary member of sevenl of the principal cllubs, and, in fact, a gentleman whose position in what is termed "society" was admitted everywhere. Baron Vidil is now aveosed of beving attempted to murder his son on Friday. the 28th of June. under circumstanres of pecnlier atrocity. It is stated that lately the Baron de Vid!l' has become embarrassed, and, in fact, was pressed urgently for ready money. His son is a yonc gentleman 23 years of age, who has been reared almnst entirely in England, and who has ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
EXPORTS.. Ciarenere: For M'ryborouh-tla0-bagt engt, E.. B.oFa cases, i0 iron pots, u camaanp noens, 3.. Mrkwrelt I bogshau Otboses uerndtes.J. ard G Harris t bagas sugart 9 ases cnal cuirauts..l eask ale. 2 chests tea, 1 hoCshe rum, h arandy, I quarter cask whiskey. I quarterrunk baand,, 1?. and Co.: a bundles spoutieng, I paocel. I box lnass. I piece W. and 'B:rookeaa tt0 bng maize, H. 0. GrecnfaLtt 2521 timber. W. P'etigrewa; 1 pankage broaou. i0 pae s aels I kegssntts. bngn? irie,Pelxuarter.rnnkx wine. hatf-ton buy,. 1 pur'el, E. U. Booth. casks. Gadner and Keida: I keob b .. h.'Grentlkel I par'el R.,Ktnesfoad. lorGladrtane--7 bottled beer. I0tcaks mineral waterx, . asd G. Harris: IIp N. H Booth; bhobgheadsu unnnnode. Gardner and "ed. pektshamtpton--ln eases genera. Oeases port. 4 rases brand cabsk teturade, 5 casks soda water, lo cases wine. I bo*X a .eaes eordtals, 0 boxes sperms. I hobghead. 2 casks part quxartereeank port. 2 casks ale. 2 hogaheads parter, 2 teanonadeand sods-...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
ENGLISH ESTRACES. Rome workmen engaged in reptiring the Church of St. Mary, in Whit?ehlapil, Lndon, ft, mnd unaler the flooring the dead holy of a Ibuy abnt frour year of aee, which was perfectly naked, and lyingl in a straight position. It in setpjlosed to have been there for at least a onaple of years. The French are cenlinz out a aomnlete organize tion to Cichin China. The cavalry to serve in that coluntry is.to be drawn from Africa, and to consist of Soshie. The name of Cardinal Vannecelli, of Ferrart, is mntioned aa the prbnhahle soocessor to the Papal chair. COlrdinial SilveStri, of Revilo, a decided Ultramontane, is also named, as the snceesser of Pins IX. SirC. Cresswell has ruled that Dr. Smethuret in entitled to prove the will of the late Miss Iahelle Bsanke thus setting aside the ob)ection urged by the'lavdv'e friends, that his convictinn for bigamy effettd his civil rights as legatee anld execntor. Tas EpEnRoR AND HIs OLD Frnescs.--Nn small alarm reiens here amoneot thep...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
Eomnictucial. Tihe following prodlce has been reeelved:-A ?toree of Messrs. G. H. Wilson lid Co.--12 'o01 WFK over K; 6 hole wooli, G in squ.re: 2 7 oo .caks h Illow; TW & Co.; 4 bales shve, TP At tie ?stores of 4tcssre. Walter Gray and 8 bundles .sheeppkins HP; I bhg wool, 3 hidee. 7 dies bsheepsiin, PD; casks tallow, Low; 7 sol, 1 cask tallow, 1 hle alseep'Pkins, 1 Ilncdle CE; 16 bales woul, GT. At the stores of ievo Forrest and Co.--4 ~aleawool, Gooplbarra 1 tallow, 140 hildes, Aldcrley.
IMPOUNDINGS. FROM FASSIFERN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
S ',:I.POU )Ns. • . - . - ieo F,?Si.rN. ' It not claimed a Q r before the28thistantln, ellIs .: sold. °Dr'iving sndr-espass, 'i ver head. ' :,. Grtey horse, H~iiosjuzsed offshoulder and asoek,3 13$ near ribas; . Bay horse, strqakcdow face,- er JE wgith 13 sunder near shoulder. Brown horse star, like JP orer Tunetr qh~puldre Bay horse, star, like JV coojoh?ed siearu?~ohuldei~. Oiresnut horse, silver mop pnd:tail, JN~.1uer ulder. Bay horse, like I over h?r alaue. ,,. Irongrey horse, blone, ner h aostui logibhe brand. Roan horse, blaze, eon" t ,..lt ?biCt' ?T noear shoulder. . : Irmonagrey mare, lkWeerbloto nesarshoulder. Boon entire, beid feet white, like 3i heer T near shoulder e Bsrown more, staro, EM sear 4hflder, W orer. C off shoulder. - . ." Black iore, of?hind foist " wh stiearahuulder, rib a bonSye a dondu it Gbrey bore, .Jfeeo absial W ear dbaiould& ret IIay r comarsre a white, b irclie near oholdr, HLa cohjoudedeffsoul der b G~uyiitrs A-Hovee W near shoulder, JP oeor...
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULARS. [FATTORINI AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
tPRODUCE AND STOOK CIRCULARS. tnPTTORna AsD co.) SIn is?aning our Circular for the presenlt quarter, the opportunity, firat, of retilrning thanks to our ous friends and constituents who have hitherto, contiue to extend to us their patronsage and assuring lhem that the same course of liberuli governed the lae t firm of Biroul:ton and Futt be rigidly adhered to by us. Silce the esie of Circular, miny anid important. changes l:a'e I olltateiding to direct the public attintion of. h Coloniea, and the English commeradal worlld, t land New exports are arisint, and a'ready one with a paid-up capital oF 115,00., haos f Ily tile culi ation of cotton, a cmcinlodity wt i:h a to crearte, by its cuhivatio, a widely epr.ead ex from the various ports of the coast and the eap the Co'ony. The exertions being made by the Comns. Queensland for tile i?iternmtionsl Exh)ihition a I'iglund, to have the varivd pirodants of the 0L rmittied to thle teat •b" public o i.?ion il . Cia lur, cannot Ihil to' have ...
(From the Courier, October 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
(Frm tIhe Colrier, October.) BECENT events have shown that it is desirable that the Roman Catholics of Queensland should have at least one journal in the colony, conducted 'by one of thenmsel.s. For want ofasuca medium for the erpresiWon'doTtl~d peculiar views-if it be that, as'a agerl rulethe Bo~ur Oatholics of Queenaland do hold ptailiir 'sita'ians lba - subject of education:--for want 1ofa ournal 'by'lhibh their religious opinions asidfeelinga migbt be. icorreor y and wisely ezplained, when tile events ofpnbiclife hare • brought these rudely into collsioi'na.l ghath testants,-they have beenpaited at ar-io "Rt that the columns of the Pres bhave ever " 6eto them-quite thecontrary. ,Butjt has been a ,onmipsa tirely easy matter for men rbhose tmsperi j$tst-run . their'disretion, haeinitemporary, '5s05onnl, i einl parpoles to rire,kto'pinead etlae'D6naaOiitl .lies biat the intelligice of the 'ountry was In. lhagie'with Uhe civil power to curtail tleir livfl and religious rights. We ne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
r- SALES Bi~AUCTION. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 7 M. COCKBURN has received instnrctions , from Henry Scott, Esq., to sell by Public Auction, at his Residence, Roderick street, On SATURDAY, tile 12th instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, The following ARTICLES OF FURNITURE, vi. : . icedr table o cedar chairs iocking chair 1 folding chair Scedlar cheffonier, with glass bookosea single iron bedstead 2 mattresses 2 cedar washstands 1 do. dressing table 1 looking glass 1 sponge bath Together with a quantity of other Goods, including books, pictreas, decanters, ae and 'wise glasses, lamps, crockery, and kitchen utensils, &c., &c. Terms, cash. 105 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Large and Important .'Sale of GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, in .tbp Insolvent Estate of Mr. Samuel Paris, by hrder of the~Oficial issignee, being the whole of the-attensive and well-salebted STOCK-IN TRADE of the -said Insolvent. S To asE OLD WOTOUT0 RESEvae L Mt COCKBURN has received instructions A. from the Offlcial Ass...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
Irht O.utltrdnlrr?I ~ nd. TER f8: Ier e·nrson,.--The amount of slubucrlplIn. to the Outsse. lund Tmuitin eight hlUhinlgs and Senpene per quarter. The jt:,.n,.rserrimnnteo on th1e fnth? Sepember, alat December. •int larrh, nd ,Itth Jane, at heich perids o?.tglcan eublcriberO dnliner, by lvlnng notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current quarter. Binglecopies, Silpence. Ann nntsuapcas are Inserted accordiag to the followlnv eolef:- a. d. Tmulineu .......... ......t0 Pnrllnees...... ' .... . ...... 0 lrlttinrn ...... .... . ..... Yacht i.'n...· . ··. . 0··· Every d.ltlonleight lnei ...... 'he following Dsracouvunr s allowed on all advertisements con tinutd- For ir eer?...... 2tditto. All adnertineuenis muet epenly on.the Is31 of them the )Itmberottimet they. areto be innerted, or they will he eon. enuea till coUntermanded, und churged aeuordlug)y. Orders for awthdrawal or alteration cannot be received later than Twrele, noon, on the day previous topublication. The Queen...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
jibpping *ittlligcec. October6 -Ysrra Ynarr rcater. tflr. Ceptalr Dell Dryney. Parrergem-Mrs.1l'rb red !amily, Ille Deri, Rimidmore. Idler Hodgern. Very Re. D.'s Rigrey, lIodlaon. i. IlMeort. Iuntley. Teurrue. .. C. Sander6, it. SWarbee. T. G. Owen, C. J. Jnrdlne, Kenneer. W. .5oigan, I. Donoere. C. Correor. R. Bailey. G. Beer. ,. erawreard, 7. Jonears. Med'ey, W. RLtechie,M. Prior, Merritt, and thirty sev the steerage.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
.. ARRTAGE. On the 5th Insttnt. at Wioenhoe. by the Rev. . Sit. S Mr. John Meurphy. aon of the lote Coptaein loiphytoEtlza only daugthter of Jolm Soith, E.q., tiveohoe. S DEATHS. A teralberin tllnessat. his father's resideoeS, ,Bu Cresent. Dr. Sotoloon Ansetl. aged l' years, brother to David Ansetll, lpswirh, .ueensland. Afer a short Itllneas. tt herree.idenee, Montague Square. W Prod. Lyndon. Sitolda Joteph, wife of Mr. A. Joseph, and a to tr. 0. Anoell, tpowleh, Queensand.
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861
To the Eaditor of tlhe Queensland Timse. Sm,-I see by your last issue that some writer, under the signature of "J. Cooper," labours much in a rather "'lengthy epistle" to place the systemn of National Edu cation in what lhe calls a " practical and striking light" before the public. To this end he gives us long quota tions from a Dr. Campbell, setting forth the "opinions ora Mr. Baxter and many others as to the especial efI ency of those schools "-the common National schools in America. Indeed, Mr. Baxter is quite enthusiastic itn. his admiration of almost everything appertaining to thesie schools. In fact, "every man he met, ecept the Romane Catholics--no matter of what creed, calling, or position-all pointed to the common (National) school as the foundation of the nation's existence-as the one isowerful iafluence which preserved the territorial inte grity of the greatest federal republie tihe world has ever seen." Now, Mr. Editor, I trarst you will allow me, too, as well as Mr. Coo...