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RANGE OF PRICES OF COLONIAL WOOL. JULY AND AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
ki?dE 6? pinots or COLO*iAL *6GCm: . - JULY AND A suitat. SYDNEY. VICT6BMa. TsMxANH. A.LAD. S*Ai RNIVR. NEW ZEALAND. CAPE. e. dl s.d. e.d. e. ?, e.d. s . d s d. d. 6.d. s.d. a. d .d.. s.. ad. Extra locks ... . 2 8 ?o 2 11 2 2 to 2 2 4 to a , .... 2 0 2 oS6uperior ooks inbetconditiion 2 80 8 2 2 2 2 111 2 3 1 8 tol 01 8Ito 1 10i 1 9 2 0 1 8to 11 verage togood infaircondition 1 8 1 1 111 1 8 6 1 8 1 1 8 1 3 1 8 Ordinary and ill-conditonned ... 1 4 1 7 1 5 1 7 1 1 7 1 8 1 5 1 8 1 6 1 2 1 5 1 14 Seowaed . . . 0 2 2 0 3 0 10 2 4 1 10 2 04 ...1 8 1 8 ,, Lambds ... ...... ... 12 71 11 8 411I 2 8 1 8 2 ..... airad Hndwahshed kin .I 1 0 1 4 1 9 1 4 1 12 . .1 6 1 17 1 1 1 Inferior andKempy . ... 0 1 8 1 0 1 1 2 1 4 010 I .2 1 0 1 4 010 1 1 Lamba', good............ 1 8 2 11 9 2 8 i 9 221 i 1 6 1 8 1 6 i 1 5 17 Ineriortoaverag ... 1 1 1 8 1 0 1 1 81 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 5 Broken, looke, &o.......... 0 10 1 8 11 19 1 o 1 50 ? 9 1 1 0 8 1 1 0 10 10 Inrease............... 84 2 0 8 at3010 1 0 0 ...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
GAYNDAR. (Fsom the lurnett Argus.) Bmilding operations are steadily progressing in this town, and our principal thoroughfare will soon present, although, of course, on a smaller scale, a similar appear ance to that of West Maitland. Labour is in great demand; some of the parties en gaged in pastoral pursuits have been, we are informed, compelled to take to the shears themselves. Lambing is proving most satisfactory. This year's clip, we anticipate, will be much larger than that of last year. The weatherio delightful. Everybody's time and attention seems to be fully occupied. SUDDENs DaATH OF A TOUNO BLAoe'ELLow At BaS Baw.--Lst Monday week a young blackfellow named Peter, was sent into the paddock for some horoes, and in the course of.half-an-hour he was foundqerite dead; the horse that he had been riding was seen geramng not far from thie body, which lshowed no mark or bruise, only a little blood was issting from the nostrils. When the fact became known to the other blacks who were...
BRISBANE. Monday Morning, October 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
BRISBANE. [roox Or OW CORUBEoSPONDR]. Monday Morning, October 14tlh. Juo as the good folks of Brisbane were going to church Yesterdayevening the Waratah arrived, followed closely b, the Telegraph, carrying the English mail. There as nearly tsestv-four hours' difference in the departure of the two vessels, and the Telegraph was true to her long established character for speed, having made the run in forty-seven hours, being about twenty hours' less than the time taken by the Waratah. The wharres were crowded with persons waiting to witness the anival of the steamers and to hear the news from home Dr. Long arrived in Sydney on Friday, by the Jason, accompanied by his son, Mr. G.D. Lang. The latte~ gentleman may be expected here by the Yarra Yarrn; wlhich leave Sydney this atternoon. The 'ev. Dr. took his seat in the Assemblhy onthe sameday that hearrirved. [We are compelled to leave outtherest of our corres' pondent's kletter.]
Home and Foreign Extracts. QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
laomte anub itMFrtbirtttrad. QU/ENSLAND. Gi6E"NM.ENT BILL. In the Imperian l P,nlianient, on the 9tli of July, on the ntinn of Mr. C. Forre?scue, the House went into committee on this Dill. Cluse I was agreed to. On clause 2, Mr. Marsh moved, as an amendment, to in asrt after the word " alsres:id,"in line 23, the words "to erect into a separate colony or colt nies, or." The object of his anmeodindent was to give the Government the power to laher tne existing boundaries so as to fomrnahese culo fies into smaller communities. There was no such thing as local government in these ,:olo mies. At Sydney everytlhing was tnaninged by -he central government, and tile jobbing was enormous. The form of governnent wis a strict democracy, and ~the electors were nor only making war against property, but seemed an;mated by an unnatural spite against pro party. A fteeling something like Communis.n or Socialism wasextelnding, and all classes were suffering from the elibets of politicld agitation. Th...
ROCKHAMPTON. OPENING OF THE NEW COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
ROCKHAMPTON. (From the Rolrhompton Bulletin.) OPENING OF THIE NEW COIJENTY, ON Monday last, a small exploring partyarrived in town, who have travelled from Fort Bourke, on the River Darling-a party of four, consistine of Mr. A. Keeth Collins, two friends (o1 whom ono was a lad of eighteen), and a young Morrumbidgee black boy. ' Mr. Collins left the Began River Company's Station at Fort Bourke on the 5th of July with seven horseo.and has ancomplished the journey in safety-the men in good hbalth,and tile horses in excellent condition, m:king thirty-thr'e miles the last day. Their stock of provisio!; was as slight, perhaps, as was ever laid in for such n journey, consisting only of 100 Ibs. of flour, and a small quantity of tea and sugar; for the rest they depended ,o. their dogs and guns, and their knowledge of tie ellhi' roots and vegetables of the bush. The distance travellod over they estimate to be more than 8 0 miles, over a country geoleral'y good in character but badly watered,...
LAND SALE AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
LAND SALE AT IPSWICH THE Land Sale took place at the Police Office yester- day, and attracted a large number of buyers, who entered into a brisk competition for most of the lots offered for sale. The whole of the allotments advertised were dis- posed of, with the exception of 4 near Mr. Fleming's Mill, and 5 near the Six-Mile Creek bridge. The whole of the lots on the Drayton-road, beyond Little Ipswich, fetched a great advance on the Upset Price, some of them realising as high as £18 per acrre. Two of the lots on tile Bundamba Creek, near Mr. Fleming's Mill, fetched £7 and £8 per acre respectively. The total amount of the Sale is £37551 s. 9d. Price S Area. PerAcre. Purchaser. Abunsot. L.. P. La . L td a. 1 1 0 0 10 5 Pollet Cardew 164 0 0 2 17 3 0 10 0 Ditto 170 0 0 8 114 90 Ditto 75 O 9 45 0 0 10 2 M'Grath, O'Brien 50 10 0 5 5 0 0 10 2 ManCarmody 150 10 0 S20 3 0 3 15 ML'Grath, O'Brien 77 16 8 57 0 0 100 Wm. Vowles 50 0 0 4 0 0 11 4 Patrick Caffery 4* 16 0 117 3 0 4 5 Chas. F. Ch...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
VARIETIES. DR. LcvsIN~STo?E.-Mr. Wm. Logan, of Glasgow, has received a letter from Dr. Livingstone, dated "uff Jolhanna (Comnoro Islands), April 22," in which he de sribea the ascent of the river Roruma. Hostilities with the natives had bean imminent. "We nearly got into a Srdw with a large body of tlheanl, armed with muskets and rs. I wenton shore with the Makololo tocut wood. T eraals sMeing us unarmed, berncae rather trouble. same, and although we did our best to maintain good humour. began to lninder the work, someeven attemtting to take pieces of wood from our uren. Seeing that rmat tarc were drawing to a crisis, I told thie engineer to go on board For our revolvers and the muskets of the Ma kololo; When the boat returned the nlakololo caught up their arms and rammed down a full cartridge each. While seeingthempiletheirarms in order to proceed with their wort, I heard a sudden rush, and looking round, saw a confused masn of turbans, wootlylheads, barearms, 8e., dashing through ...
THE POPE AND FATHER GIACOMO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
THE POPE AND FATHER GIACOMO. Our renders are aware that the temlporal power of the Pope was never Asinllled by a more eousetent or resolute enemy than the late Ount Cavoar.. Fr the suke of Italy, that statesmen d.red to inflict the Illnat terrible mhortifictions on the Holy See. Will it be believed thut some weeks aego the en?urtof Rome actually formed the design of representing UCrolar s haviha died ill deepi and overtwhellnidg repentance for ie j~llcy ej habd pursnled This ,?'laln was anit onrly ehttlnaeid, but .tst'd tken t'cRr J il'nfu.oedutisil Uidvotdr ihl l~st·" monients had been 4thnd4d t a cofarC?sot, imd had rlacelva' tIIot :~s~r~Mi.4t~ W4 fe.,ad ..... w -ji ,. caparcitita Imtald tn enantoiral obeAiena. e wfes, nccnrnslaly, summoned,, to Rome nlid' tlhere dellit with. In whelttmanner lie wis dealt with ia reltred bhy the Times of Autsat 28, which d.raws the intolrmiition 'from an attthentio aoitrc: " Shortly after the minister's death Fatler Giaeomo, thie pries'in question...
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. DEFEAT OF THE FEDERAL TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
- THE CIVIL WANx-nfltl!B A I . vnsror OP TE TEDEBAT. 'cOOPus. Sah imostt: porthnt evit' oif the mnhthh has been the defeat of the .toith, in its first pitched battle withthe Southern fores. The great advance from Washington to the South, so long demanded by Northern 0pinion, was made on the 21st of July, against the advice of General Scott, and was, ap ptrently, miemanaged thmronhout. The Federal army, under General M'Dawell, attacked the Clloelederates entrenched near Manaesan Gap, nt a place called Bull's Run, after a long hlarch and a line fast,'and under etficers who nnderstend little or nothitig of their bnsiness. They were driven hick, a panic spread fast thrmnugh the ranks, and the whole army, abandoning the bulk of its guns, i's bagge, and its accartrements, fled hack in discraceful rout toWagshihgton. CGeneral M'D.well endeavoured to rally his men at Centreville. If Rentregard, the leader of the Southern iforces, had been aware of the cnmpletness of his victory (which he do...
PROSPECTS OF COTTON SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
PROSPECTS OF COTION SUPPLY. We extract the following remarks on the eipply of American cotton ferm tile circular of Messrs. Niell, Brothers, of Manchester: Strange and almost incredible as it may appear;, it is nevertlle!ess the fact that it is the deliberate intention of the American government--both North and South-to seal up the new cotton :rop, so that not a bale of it (which they can prevent) shall lesre the plantations during the continuance of tile war. The North belie'es that tle need of money will bring the South to terms ; the South is just as Sren in tlae faith that want of cotton will bring the North to terms, or lead the European gevernments to interfere. How long these efforts will be anecessfulit in impossible to say. lao doubt some cotton will reach the itorts, creeks, and bays along tile coast-lnotwith standing all tile recommendations of patriotic facters and escape the blockade, in spite of the vigilance of the whole United States Beet. But it is clear that any su...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
ITPORTS. Rhoderick Dhu: 400 bags flour, 25 bags sugsar, 40 packages, Hassell & Co.; 52 bags salt, Panton & Co., 10 casks beer, balesaorks, N. Bartley; 10 hogsheads rum, 8 hogsheads brandy, 10 quarter-casks, 40 cases, 10 barrels, 150 bags flour, J. & G. Harris: 3 packages, Davia & Co.; 20 bags maize, Barrington & Wtbb; 51 bap sugar, H. S. Warry, 1S packages, Colonial Secretary; 86 packages, Newton Brothers. Telegraph: 126 bars 6 bundles iron, T. H. Jones; 55 .bags salt, J. Watt; 6 bags saJ, 48 packages sundries, 4 ehests tea, 85 bags flour, W. Gray & Co.; 7 drums oil, Spackages suandries, Haasell & Taylor; I logslhead oil, 3 bags sugar, 2 half.chests tea, 4 hogsheads rum, S0 cases Old Tom, 1 case tobacco, I cask coffee, 0 coses Geners , 0 bags flour, and upwards of 50 packages sundries, 2 traunks boots, 25 packages sundries, Cribb and Foote; 10 boxes tin, 12 packages, Heirs; 82 bars 5 bundles iron, B. Aland; 4 east-iron pipes, &...
THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO IIELAND. TheQueesit and the Prince Consort, accompanied by the Princess Alice, the Prince Alfred, and the Princess Helena, left Osborne at a quarter before 9 o'clock on the morning of WVednesday, the 21st of Augaust, and, embarking on board the royal steam. :,anht Fairy, cronssed to the Clarence Victualling yard, where the special train for the conveyance of the royal party to Holvhead was in waitig, under the charge of the ofirers of the London :tna South Western Railway Company. Punctually at a qiurter to 10 o'clock, the time appointid for its departare, the train set out on its journey. At a qruarter before 7, 5 minutes before the appointed time, the train arrived at BHolyhead, when the royal party at once walked from the railway ?nrrinie across the pier, alongside of which the Victoria and Albert was moored. In half-an-hour the royal yacht, attended by the Osborne, was steaming ne?t of harbour, under a salute from the flagshlip Revenge and other vessels of w...
EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
EXPORTS Clarence, forMaryborough: 2 casks beer, 100 saeks four, I cask salt, 2 casks whiting, 9 kegs nails, . packages raisins, 8 boxes glass, 2 casks, 6 eases champagne, 18 eases brandy, 2 eases gin, 2 kegs apples, 1 ease arrowroot, 3 eases fruit, 1 case sauses, 2 cks drugs, 18 drums oil, 2eases starch, 1 case paper, 3 cases jams, 1 bale, 4 cases currents, 10 jars limejuie, 15 eses drapery, 45 iron potas, 18 ovens and covers, 1 chest tea, 3 boxes tobacco, 2 cases ironmongery, 1 case, '1 truss, 1 ease stationery, J. & G. Harris; 6 casks lemonade, Oardner & Keld; 10 bags flour, N. Birtle; 1 hore; 1 spring cart, Ohilds ; 1 cask weights, 5'packages, W. & B. Brookes 2 goats, e obertson ; 1 bo books, Church 1 case oil, O. Newton Brothers and Co.; 800 feest timber, W. Pettigrew; 1 .parcel, Southebrden; c1ase cigars, ez Telegraph. For Gladstone,-2 hogbhead lemonade, Gardner & Keid; 1 parcel, Police; 1 ease drapery, 1 package, I jar limi jiuiee, 6 cases wine,...
Home and Foreign Extracts. PROROGATION OF PARAIAMENT. THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
jnIomr anti J0foetin xtratte4 PROROGATION OF pARAIAUENT. hBe QUtpE's BSEgaC. AT two o'clock, on 6th August, the members of the House of Commons were summoned into the Upper Ilouse to hear her Majesty's speech, which teas delivered by the Lord Chancellor, as follows: Mr LoBus aND OG LEMcEN, We are commanded by her Majestyto release you from further attendlance.in Parliament, and at the samne time to convey to yoa her Majesty's aeknow ledgment for the zeal and assaiduiy with which you have applied yourselves to the performance of your duities during the session of Parliament now brought to a close. Her Majesty commands ns to inform you that her relations with foreign powers are friendly and satisfalctory, and her Majesty trusts that there is no danger of any disturbance of the peace of Europe. The progress of events in Italy has led to the union of the greater p?art of that peninsula in one mnarchy, under KIing Victor Emmanuel. Her Majesty has thro.lghout abstained frsm any active int...
IMPOUNDED AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
IMPOUNDED AT IPEWICH. Fnox FERNIE LAWN. ? are, near hind foot white, blaze, P near ribs, ba, MK near-shoulder, and bay horse foal, arands near-shoulder. mre, MK aover 0 over M And 0 under near d bay horse foal, blaze, MK near-shoulder. Sstar, RH near shoulder. re, fore feet and off-hind toot whLite, star, er A near-shoulder. t lly, near-hind "oot white, blaze, like 3 near. ly, streak, hind feet white, like eear-shoalder claimed on or before the 8th November, they ld. A. HASENXKAMP, Poundkeeper.
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
To the Edito of the Q?ee?mtand Tine. Sa, - I was somewhat astonished to find that, although Mr. M'Ginty commences his epistle, which appears in your last issue, with the high sounding words of asking to be allowed to "givena public and unqualified denial to a most unfounded cEhargo made against him by me, he ytconocludes his letter wilh an admission of the only charge which my letter contailned.. That charge was, that Mr. M'Ginuty had been guilty of dis-courtesy towards the Grammar Srholt Commstteun indueiog the members to esgard him as poe of the osommitoel while he bad taken a public opportunity and an bjection able form, of declaring, that he never had st any time bhewa memiber of that committeeb;-i ther wod, the comuiitte eohalge-hlm` th llyingfask·id lose with them, Belore p iroeig, however, to deal -will, r. MiGinty's admission, Ip refer-ge~ting rid of one of bis - pMaragraphs. .He is pleased to say:,-" I-might.hm" tempted td prbtramet tb a much greaterlengb mv remark1 on Mr. ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
STRAT OF'SALES Bf ACTIPON. , iTuenaY, OoroBER 19. SH. M. CoCKI3tRN, at his aele.rooms, at I ock, househola furniture. MosNDAY, OCTOBR 21. H. M. COCasURai, at the Corporation Sale d, at 11 o'dclock, 60 head ·of sup erior Honrs.
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 October 1861
IPSWIcIi MUN[CIPAL COUNCt . . The usual weekly meeting was held at the Corn. cil Chambers on Wednesday afternoon. Present- the Mayor, Aldermen Thompson, WVatkins, Gorry, Ciune, O'halley, Johnston, and Pettigrew. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Overseer's report was read. The Finance Committee's report was brought up and passed as follows: a Aland . ... ... . L£1 1 6 Wages and eartage....... ... 28 16 0 . Macalister ......... 2 19 2 Tas LoAN Oc £4000. & special report on the subject of a loan was also read, as follows: INANCEB COEIYTfEE8 BuRPOaT. ' Yeurommittee, in accordance with a resolution pass. ed at the last meeting of the council, waited upon the manager of the other two banks, and now submit for your consideration theterms offered by the manager of the Bank ot Austrnalasie. They also had an interview with the manager of the Bank of New South Wales; hb gave as to understand that it being a special matter, it was not within his province to g...