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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
DIARY. mAn 1 , . ... - S as I ih War. o n Eo "-( ,,".. .Se...t.. 4 9,c I m.' -, A 2T-o ,-,r ......... 96 61 9 8 ? ? 6 • i ooO ........... 9664 6 I , -I644,j?.+ 4 I DWErSDAT .,, I 9 9 6 29 9 gg g4I - Ii T ,Vs,,r ...... 6, , I , . The difernce n tim e beteen 9th ne high a Br?sbone 9.1 hour 6 minutes, and Ipswlch 9 h Iet) ttt, .--ich dlf.n.ee methbe eSdded to thi tLme orh93gh roe9th. joe. Tlie ensiy wIndl on the ..C of the BIay, .nd thhro be1 .bcreveroflen ounrce a rlatlon fro e o t tblebut 5 inrelyaccldeal, and govec~l~mrnedhyno bonn I Sihe turenalaull Ei RaiDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 82
FIBRILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
FIBItRlLA. " (From ee Cl?efssiaa Farnmer.) $ '.bre are notafew timid souls who imagine tt A?~g if pf.iqg into doey. Our cousin Joh.ade apt5to ·soplain. He has been accus toriedto enlarge opon bid debts, his church ?A~s'nd4 poor rates, his taxes on air, light, " 5I? )"e..'' e?verythhng, from the ribbons of the bridet the brass nails of the coffin," upon the wagesiOf -his ervants both on the land and the abatIrsnpon his Irish famine and exodus, and biis et expenses at home and abroad. And wJheqtre psaider how small is his homestead, a few islands in a high latitude, inferior to those of Japan in size and climate, and how many of his family haveleft himnto better their condltion, one might easily conclude: that he had passed his meridian, and that his prospects were as clopdy as his atmosphere. But our Cousin John, with a strong consti totion, is in a green old age, and still knows how to manage his property. W lthin the last two years he has qu:etly ex tingipahed sixty milliones of hi...
COMMITTAL OF PEISLEY, THE BUSHRANGER FOR WILFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
o0MiTrAL O PEISIlZ~Y THE BUSH. BANGiR FOR WII.FUl MU#RDER. (From the 8. M :eald's aorrehponrlsen.) Carcoar, Wednebday, Fel. 12.-~Tlte noted John ?eisley was brought ip for exsmination on a charge of wilfully murdering one William Benyon. There wis a large attendance 6f mlgiastrateM, ind the 06urt-house was crowded with speotaonrs. On the Bbooh were Messrs. O. O. Beardmore, P. .; N Connelly. inn.; E. T. C- North, 8. Meyer, and A. Lynch, J.I"'e: 'The prianher, upon-being placed in the dock assumed a careless altitnde, and looked wbHl about the Court hlouse: he appeared to bie about 28 yeah of age, os Uh?eahouts,, and about 5 febt 10 inches in height. At a distance he ihas a Ilnesing countenance, -but upon closer inspection his features epper anore hardened and determined. Flom the evidence of the seven witnesses that were examined, at great length, it was proved that the prisoner and a Ierson of the name of J maes Wilson, a storekeeper on the Alharcromiie, had hien drinking together a...
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. VIII. [TORRES STRAIT CRUIZE CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. VIII. (rrom fLe 8gineg Morning Herald.) [T'InES STRAlT 0 C taB CiiTINIUItD.] In order to afford an idea of the uncertalpty of the weather at this time, I give the various winds for one iperied of twenty-tour hairs, on the 20th and 21st Novemiber. At sunrise the wind was frim W. by N., at8 a.m. N.in a squall, with raib; and at 10 a.m, it lhad come back ,to W. by N.; during the afternoon we had it fTro& .N.\V., at sunset ftran W. and shbortly beforesmdnight it shifted to N.W. during a squall, not verty Theay, but bringing tor rents of rain continuing fr an hour and a half, to gether with thunder and lightning, sometimes too clide to be pleasant. To conclude-at daylight it blew a stiff breeze from the S.\V. Now,. no one could feel even a moderate degree of security stsny of the anchorages in Tornes Strait with windr like these, when at any time a weather shore of either reef or island may be converted into a lee one, when a sea heavy enough...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
VICTORIA. On the evening of the 6th, a bne feinale oetih~i brogbht from Natal in the Ann Melhuish, waq safely conveyed to the Aoclimatisation BSociety's establishment, Royal Park. Muchb interest wasee excited amongst the persons waiting .about the terminus' by the novel passenge.?( The Accli. mnstiaioenBlooiety's van wee 'in "waiting, anid the bird weeas speedily tranifemed to ts iaew quartesn l which itseemed to e.joy much, taking a good roll amorn' gt:the w?nd.' in?'aipee.ring very ple?teti at finoding itself onf·era~ifirs. A design for a monumhit td' Burke andVii Wils hase'justten completed by Mr Camroux, a young pculptor.'at'prseUten resdio? ih this city ihchli in oncetlonb end treatbment diplays " great mri. The two eziloiers iirp ripreeuitdUdih a st?~nding posture, Burke with, bisleftusrm round the neck of his lieutenant, and poinlting rith his right to the dietane.. -Theysetnd.upon a square pedestal asup ported by foair figures, emblematical opf the :four 'hief indutri?es of....
(From the Courier.) Sydney, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
* (swu4 th2earoier.) Syotney. Sotarday ~jglet. We are'ena-ded to send a few additional items intelligauce: - A MERICA. .Advice hform Americato the 14th Decembar4ase ,evl ri ee ,-. Thie forces of the, he' igerents were still lacing -ach other ii a state of imactivit, on the liune of die The Norther, States are beginning to feel the "i. we ght of the inr"en of war The budget j.us resented to Congress exhibiita a laege deficit,a?nd iev bKes were to be imps.eed d aet 1'edia irdinary expenditure cansed by r. tjmniimndere Wilkes, of the Sanr acinto-wIa ash act has argped 'te dipe be?w -.thero Stu es t Hie felicitationseftne aRU*WoI. UOJJ nit aclhieveent, -eit.d e rort ailise ibeo Ittare on the estbetn ctually commends tie --n in ns ?capt?ing jthe T?cat fThe suspension of specie payments ithroeghot tie States was thounght to be inevitable.
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY. Friday, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
[Er EetcTauc TnaEGRAP.] (PFram the Guardian.) SYDNEY. i Friday, February 27. His Raval Highness the Prince Consort died at Windsor Castle on the l1th of Decosmber. of typhus fever, and was .uried on the 23rd. The effect of this sudden bereovement has been very serious on Her Majesty. Universal sympathy is expressed for the loss nsustained hby our beloved Sovereign and the country, and it le'trnsted that the death of Prince Albert will not longinterfere with the performance by the Queen of the duties which her position, demands . It is noticed, as a remarkable coincidence, that the same disease of which the Prince Consort died wias also fatal to his brother, the Prince of Saxe Leiningen, and to his cousin the King of Portugal. The funeral of the Prince was as quietly conducted as was possible He was buried in the vaults of St. Georges Chapel, Windsor. which are set apart for Royal personages. The Prime Minister, Lord Palmerston, and the Duke of Cambridge. Com. munder in-Chief and cou...
(From the Guardian) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
(From the Guardissn.) An accident occurred last evening to Mr. Hopkins (of Hopkins and Crawford), in crossing the bridge at the back of Adelaide-street. It appears that Mr. Hopkins was driving his four wheeled dogeart, when it came into collision with the framework ofthe bridge, upsetting the carriage, and pitching himseif, together with three ladies who were'min the vehicle, into the lagoon. We are happy to state that.none were seriously injured. We regret hering to record an untoward accident which eccurred to oar fellow townsman, Mr. Alexander aafl on Tuesdavlaost. Whileoverlookingtheoperations of machinery belonging to the wool press, his left hanl by some teans became entangled with one of the eog-wheels, which. was the means of Jlacerating his the'n' verv severely. We are glad to learn that since the occurrence theav.mptoms exhibited hare been of a favorable nature, and Mr. Baffis not likely to have his thumb amputated. - -A AtSon -TE fisrt Land Sale for this new township took...
Commercial. IPSWICH. STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
.Co immectial. IPSWICH. STOCK AND STATION OnOSroLAR FOB THKI MOaS, or FIIIasaAR°. • Since our last circular we have nothing of conseqejnee to report, the non-arrival of the mail causing a gdtieial otagnation of business. in stations purchasers will not deal until thevheaer the state of the wool market, except at very low pie . Fat stock of all descriptions is dull of sale, aIM we Ipswiob, Queensland., FATTORINI March 3rd, 1883. Received by Messrs. W. Gray & Co. for bsipmoatpee George Kid4-22 bales wool, At. Clair; 21 ditto; ; 2 ditto, Turner j 44 ditto, loyds. The following produce bhas been received auodfor. warded :-From the sthres of Messrs. G. H. Wilson end Co.-10 bales wool, G in square; 28 ditto, ?JC&; . ditto, RHB; ?0 ditto, OHO; o pockets ditto, 14t dil. tallow, 1 case eundries, TW&Co. From the stos Of Messrs. Gray and Co.-16 bales wool, Chinebilli1 12 ditto, 1 [he altspsklns, RP&SYM ; 7 bales woo1 sheepskins, HE; 8 bales wool, Mt & Ly...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
BRISBANE. (From the Courier). The selection of an extreme case for the purpose of illustratine the lengths to which men will go in firming hasty and foolish judol nu.ts, while it serves to convey new instrue tion to a thoughtful reader, may sometines happily induce a thtoghtless one to be a little more careful. Such an extreme case lies before us in a letter addressed to ani Ipswich ecmtem porary, which is dated from Wivenhoe, and has annexed to it the very immoral, heeausej grossly ntisuappropriatgd, lignaturie of "Ju-tice." The trial of Billy Horton and Kipper Billy,. ahoriginals, and its reahlt, Ilevo been regarlrd 'by the public witlh milsgiving-Anot .as to tihe honesty of the jury, nor as to the propriety of the punishment-hut as to the identity oif the offender. This misgiving arises mainly from the essential weakness of the evidence for the Crown. Had Mrs. Rae's son or M'Fadden ieen the hlackfellows escaping, and recognised Billy Horton or Kipper Billy, there would have been ...
MELBOURNE. Messrs, Dalmshoy Campbell & Co, report [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
MELBOURNE. Meaea r,,almaho1 Campbell & Co. report,- . Fat CJttlM--We have to notioe a better deman4 soime aligh"'f improv?et in Lst rate quality 14 I f which fair average has been ofered. Some sa r?1 e eretold*a,?? dgbaso.?£5 kB to d6 for bulka, and £4 4q. For eo00,. The tollowinzg quotations are about the average'of die axles :-Primequality bullbekst, from £4 10s. iq £1; ditto cows, from I.8 10s. to £4; aefond quality bullocks, from £2 15,. to £38 30s; ditto qows, from £? to £2 10s5 Infprior cows and bullocks, from 32 upwards. We sold a smeil Jot, of middling qu1ity, at £8 fir lal'leks, and- £2 its., for coW The e tal •app1y smyusd to -,417 ba.d. pitm 5h47- A ktratip4%l' Lit Psfalnnot t.4oe The market openredu o rly .t folly ebre s antd a large amount of bus?ness was done on Monday. During Tuesday and Wednesday the demand was not so good, and prices s?iled a shade lower. We quote prim quality wether, at from 1i8. to 14s; second quality ditto, at fronf 9s. to list inferior d...
IMPOUNDED AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
IKPOUZDED AT WA5LWICE from Marywvale, by order of A. Wienholt, Esq.; en the 20th February, 1862, damages ans divinig expenoe, 5s. 6d. per head: One red cow, MlT off ribs, WJ off rump, ock horns One red cow, W R off ramp, like WJ off ribs One yellow and white cow, illegible brand off ribs One strawberry poley cow, WE off rump, blpteh of rites One yellow and white now, WI off rump, blotch ribs and rump One red and whiteheifer calf, unbranled One brindlebullock, g overT nearashoulder, f ne ibs" One red and +wlite'lbollook, WE off ramp, blotch on ribs One red and white. bulleek, like WI off thigh and ribs SOne blue bull eal unbranded One treuwberny cow, diamond offebouldeer, -a out One brindle aid whitesullock, DUBY off ibs, W oo oins, 7 offthigh One strawbersy.seifer, like WJ off thigh and ribs One ktriwbesy bullock, like WJ off ribs andthigh One red and white eow, like L offroheek One strikwlreiy heifer, like W near ribt and raomp One red and *hite bullock, D?BC offribs, like W on loi...
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. By Mfessrs. MACKEN?Iz & BOWLAID, at the Sovereign Hotel, Little Ipswich, athalf-past 10 o'olock, all the household fr niture, stoek-in-trade, barf6ttings, &c. hose Subseribers to the Queensland Times who do not reocive thei papers regulsarly, would confer a favour on the Proprietors by immediately inform-. ing them of the same.
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IP8WIOL - Foox esos Laws?. Chesnut mare, near-hind foot white, blaze, JB o f ur bhonlder, K off-shoulder aed meek Her brown horse foal, star, near-hind foot white, e., over JB iear-shoalder Cheenut mae, TW near-shoulder, star SBay mare, off-bind foot white, PB over T. near shoulder, 96 near-ribs "B dei slt, star,; bind feet white, like C over near shoulder Bho rn, sear-fore and near-bind foot wi star, WC.near-ib ": Grey hore, like OE. near-hboulder - Bay mare and filly foal, TA conjoined near-aeh lder oan oiare and filly foal, off-hind foot whiteo ar-i3ik C over o ? near-a?bsolder Bay mae,. star sndonlip, MK near ahoulder,. 3o= ribs Bay mare ud. Rly~ai,perid sh ,? .... ._. .: hootd~ex,# 'ayTmoae ;iippe8a IOver "605 asiea-ish ou or P off-shoulder - Bay colt, near-biod foot white, star, C ore[ of shoulder Brown mare, A over e- near-shoulder,? f white, tsear Chesnut .fily, star, like M over SC dfe4honldid. Brown more, hipped, TE conjoined under &tmond near-s...