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THE CONCERT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOSPITAL To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
THE CONCERT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Qaeeaulond Times, s5a,-As a means of complying with the request con. tained in *he accompanying letter, may I request the avour of its insertion in the net issue of yourjournal. On behalf of Mr. Haimberger and the membersof the armonice Union for their elfforts in aid of the ospitals Funds, I havre to acknowledge the gratifying iessage of the Hospital Committee, politely conveyed by their Honorary Secreatary. I am, &c., A. CAMERON, Ron. See., Harmonic Union. February 28th, 1882.. I The Parsonage, February 24th, 41862. 1 DEAR Sie,-I am instructed by' the Hospital Com mittee to do myself the honour of tendering 'to youen an Secretary of the Harmonic Union, the best thanks of thi Committee for the very kind and successful aertiomis made by that body, in giving a concert in aid of the Hospital. I am not yet able to inform yous of the exact sum ealized, but whatever that may turn out to be,' we owe you much for you...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
, sALE .,BSY A?CTION... THREE MAGNIFICENT DRAUGHT COLTS AND SEVERAL SADDLE HORSES. )T d COCKBURN has received instructios 11. to Sell by Public Auction, at Mr. Ogilvie'se, the Victoria Hotel East-street, - THIS DAY, the 4th Instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, Morse Maglfoent DRAUGHT COLTS and mseveral S SADDLE HORSE." Terms Case. - 381 VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN BRISBANE-STREET, To be Sold on very advantageous terms. M" . COCKBURN has received instructions l. to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, On FRIDAY, 14th MARCH, 1862, , at 12 o'clock precisely, The following Valuable Property, via.: ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND. situated in the County of Stanley and Parish of Ipswich, having a frontage of 50 feet to Brisbane-street by a depth of four chains, being part and parcel of all that piece or parcel ofLand containing by admeasurement 3 Roods Ad 8 Perches, being Allotment No 107, commencing in Brisbane-street at the north corner of allotment 106. and bounded on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
cft 'tuctnulantb finwt. TE.RMS . ScssernrTloN.-The amount of sublmription to the Queensiand Timei is Soren Shillinga and Sixpence per uiarter, if paid in advance; or 'Eight Shillings and Six pence credit. 'the qiatrailr terminate On tie 80111 Sep tember, 3slntDecember, Slat March and 80th June, at which periods onlvay can subscribers decline, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of fne correntquarter. Single copies, Sixpence. ADVETrS?NENTn are inserted according tothe fol lowing scale :- fs. d. Two lines.... .................... 1 0 Four lines............................... 2 0 Six lines ................ .............. 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch .1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertise. maent continued-i For 6 insertions ............... 10 per cent. 13 .............:. •.15 13 ,, .~.1 ,, All adeerlisemenn s munt speify on thie face of them the number of timed thery are lobe inserted, or nthey~wi...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
IMPORTS. Telegraph: 2 bales cabbage-tree, 2 cases oatmeal, 2 cases sperms, I case pipes, Ipackage museatels, 15 cases oil, 2 packages harness, 1 trunk boots, 6 cases, I trues chairs, Cribb & Foote; 20 bundles irun wire, P.:Oardew ; 2 casks, 2 boxes, Dalley; 8 cases, W. R. Douglihty 14 bags barley, Durham & Irwin; I cask, 2 eases 5 bags rock salt, Gray & Co., 6 bags salt, 1 box blue, 16 cases sundries, I chest tea, 4 packages, Hassell & Co.; 2 packages confectaonery, 5 cases absynt.e, L. Heitz; 4 bags augar, 9 eases groeeriee, &e., A Hickey;:,J trunk, 5 cases boots, J. Illidge; 26 packages rope, 10.druma nails, 15 bales hoop iron, 9 grind stones, 4 crates, 4 packages, T. H. Jones & Co.; 1 trunk, 3 cases boots and shoes. 1 drum honey, J. M. Illidge; 1.ougcv, 4 horses, W. F. Kennedy; 1 quarter-cask sherry, H. Kennedy; 2quarter-masks wine, 1 bale, 3 packages, H. J. Lavers & Co.; 17 kegs ?ails,. I cask -tar, crates earthenware, 3 bu...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
,1)Dpptug Inýttaltgence.: ARRIVALS. February 27.-Roderick Dbu, schooner, 76 tone, Captain Williams, from Sydney the 19th instant. March 1.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons,-.Cptain O'Reilly, from Sydney 26t. ult. Passegem .-:Dr. and Mrs. O'Doherty, snd 3 children; Rev. B. E. Shaw, Mrs. Shaw, and . eHidren and servant ; Miss Houston, Mis Dibley, Mis Organ, Ryev. J. Scully, Messrs. W. F. Kennedy, W. B. Tooth, Grogan, W. Tucker, W. D. Stewart, J. Watson, Turner, Williams, G.. B. Yeates, J. C. Ryrie, D. Ryrie, Hawthorne, Eckart; and thirty two in the steerage.r March 1-Clarence, steamer, Captain Cottier, from the Northern Ports. Passengers-The Hoen. R. G. W. Herbert (Colonial Secretary), Mr. Tiffin, Mr. A. C. Gregory (Surveyor-General), Mr. W. P Bassett, Mr. J. Alhnlgham, Mr. H. A. Innes, Mr. A. S. Seale, Mr. A. Ferg?son, Mr. J. Foran, Mr. Postlewhaite, Mr. St. George, Mr. Serecold, Mr. Emerson, and Mms. Childes.
REMARKABLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
RtMaKABnuE RAILWAY AoIDan T.-An accident hapuened on the Great Wetern line near Warwsick on Saturday, which is periaps nuprecedented ilt t, annals of railway casualties, aiM we certainl remerkable asto therenlt. Two mei nmnued Fred Alicork and Edward Clarhke .were fenpllyei Ii repairing the line near Kingswoaed, when theta ie rmnal. station, when the ' narrow. range .ood rain approached from Wolverlhampt?m ote .ýM:a line." They. at once did what, We nat?'t the circumstances, stepped on the d!!i n' They might, of course, have remained on tb? '?i to t" between the double rilis,tod they ceFtýr would hnve done sn lihad they known a trait ; wp ephroachin?g flam London. As soon as they .t i+a the down line, the ' Rover" engine, attached to th express train freom TLnrdon, which .pieaes Kingswaioq at 10-27a.m...k hocked them both down, The most cottons part of the occurrence remains to ,a tptl. The exprese passed over the baodles of both ?h e ien, yet neither-wan kIiled. Plaerke was remov?r...
Original Correspondence. KING JOHN AND THE DOCTOR'S BULL. (To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) Ipswich, Feb. 27, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
Original atorznponbetxtk. KING JOHN AND THE -DOCTOR'S BULL. (o te ldb il.f the Queensland Times.) - Ipswich, Feb. 27,18182. Stn,-In the second or third line it says that the bull escaped from the Doctors stockyard; the pqmp won broke before he went into durance vile. In thei line itj nays I had my stick upraised; I had no stick in myj hand. Again, it says that.(was drove into my strong-. hold; I did not go under the bridge, but went acrons the bridge, knoaing that the animal could not turn quick:s and then he. produced a smash in the pump, sh settled] the machine for ever. The two horsemen eondeavouredj o get him into the stockyard, but beforn e -went he charged Mrs. Skinmer ngar the back of the :English Chslc and then was drove by two horsemen ints stockyard ; an after being put into the stoekyarde with his horns took down the slip rails an cara at an other" men who'came an sat down on the stone by the pump to aest, an then be woo moeat off into the bush. This is the ficts of the c...
THE OCTOROON [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
THE, OCTOROON Mr. Dion Bolcicaullt's lIromn, the Octoroon: or. Life in Louisiana, was, after several postlp'It'Ienets, produced at the Adetihi Tlheatre, last niglt ant as mightje expecteil, tIh, house was .c.. ntined ill every n.ok. Th'oag) tile title of the Pire lit no? in the least referto Gee-n Erin. alnd thle public had been made duly acquainltent with tile fact lthlt lth word " Octboron " denotes the -hlil of a Qunaroon y a while, there was a sort of v.ron4 notion that nmther Colleen Baton would b presented, so coma pl.telv had the :iane or tie inathir been idlentified with that most famouns "r m,.lern dlramas. it my be tas well thereft.!., t st;ate that the new piee is no t a Collee Boten nor anything like a Colleen Bn?wn, Ibt that it exhibits a picture of life in tie Sntlhirn Stales not shown even during the mania fL U" Uncle Tom." The story is suppii,-se tto commence shortly after the arrival at Louiiana of George 1'eyton (Mr. Hillington). a young gentleman who thas been edl...
CAPITALS AND PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
LIABILITIES, ASSET8:. C APITAL AND PROFITS. .. B . ote il Blanoe due to otes n Bills Balances due from Niotes sBd Bills diasl . Amount " .otes Bilts othdr BAenlioo'd aoded P in.i Proprty an .tter." r aita'd ; -. o jed .. n Bin . B an Depoeits, totl Coin. Bullion; Landed Property. otfe ank-. n TOtal Asseta, Capital Paid-upe oRate staum A n o d nd Liabilities and o BD : Debta'due tO at the tDvne n C-rtchtlbo CirUtultion,. to ,anehthOer Ban. irndhenL ank .. £ d. . £ d. £ . d S s;a , dd £ s.d. d . . a. ; ;; s>. , a hi a.d; d £ sd d; £a . d. I d. £ ;. lonAiotautrl.. u ...... 9,653 18 10 2,a31 8 9 ... 86,186 18 9 98,154 1 4 13,745 2 7 ... 2,403 1 6 1386 2 7,803 6 i i'47196 10 10 118,684 V t 100,000 0 0 t per entc. 60,000 0 0 15,425 1 rsalami ............. 1,80718 5 1,26818 6 .. 68,234 8 2 82,307 0 1 28,267 19 6 40 8 6 4,250 0 0 288 18 ... ,1816 13 f 344,18716 6 00,000 0 0 10 per cent. 45,000 0 0 296,20614 6 A .otraiaalJoint tool.... 21,494 4 8 471 2 10 .. . 8,864 12 S 107,29.19 11 21,4...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A special mnpeting took place at the Council Chambers on Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'loek, for the purpose of iekinginto consideration the cutting juest commenced by t:he Overseer in Mortimer-street. Preeent-Thp Mayor, Aldermen Olune, Weatkihs, Crlbb, Maenalister,' and Thorn. The Mayor, in explaining the objeet of the special meeting, said it was in consequence of his reoeiving a etter from Alderman Cribb, ceialling,his attention to the feat that the Overseer had, without any instructions from the Council, commeneed a fresh cutting in Mortimer street and lie (the speaker) thought, as there were veral works on which they had to report, they had better go into the matter at once. He visited the place the day before, and not only found that the work had been begun, but had been carried considerably through wtih. lie would read the following report for their con sldention - Tonr Improvement Commiltte's attention having ben draw?o toe new nutting in Moti,nner-treet. b...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
.Tta PosrASTEr GnrA" VIT.- V .- Wa? beg remind the gentlemen sinning the Peost-Offlee memnorial, Ihb hePo6atmaster.General will -lie in town to-day t receive a depintation on the subject of the prayer of the nemoral SProTING.-The veteraf Huntsman, the gamest horse that ever ran in the district, ihas run his lost heat on the Ipawielccourse, having been sold by Mr. J. C, Collins to Mr. Anslow, of Wilange, Rockhampton, together with a three.year old entire by Surplice. The horses have left to meet the Clarence, and will be put into train ing for the northern meets. Tap MOiTiMERa STREET Jos.--It was stated by Alderman Clune at the special meeting of the Conneil on Saturday, that it was the Town Clerk's fault that them was no minute of the order to make the eutting ad lB up thegullv in Mortimer-street: that it was agreed to at a meeting of the Council, and ought to have been recorded in the minute book. Now we have regularly attended the meetings of the Corporation, but we never recollec...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 28th February, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
SOFFICIAL NOTIFICTIONS. S (Prm? the Goernme Gazette.) Colonial Seotetary'? Ofieu SBrisbane 28th Febhrnary,.1862. In consequence of the lamented dbeasee ofhis.oyal Highness the Prince Consort, his EBaollerto7 e o waernor, with the advioebf the Kzeoutive Ceoun? diem that the.ada at the Government ofsee shall be histed hal ?fmssa high, fromnt sunrise to isnse' ftor seven dare from this date, All eivil ooiptrd of the Govemrniat mil go into mourning g Sndrty, the 2nd of Maroh and all others of the ted' eaubjects artse hereby invited to pay.s similar mns of respect to the ateieoryof the llis. triona decese?d? is token also of their lonyal?ytpathy smith her Lqjesty in ter deep asitios. y; his tmoelleaeofa onemmand, . .. • (o the Cel.oW Seomso. ,.a , . , A. W. Ma s a. - reevamst KDJa~ 28 UE , W 't ~' ýP d~.lod ap Now.. INSOLVENt.-John Gordon, of Ipsdwch,ieetate equestered on the 26th ultimo, a single meeting is apw pointed for Thursday, 20th March. David': Perrier, o Cleveland, publican, es...
NAPLES. ALARMING ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
NA Ph(,ES. ALARMING ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS8 Most disastrous iotelligence has been received from Naples. Mount Vesuvius has again been the scene of a violent eruption, the results of which have spread terror and consternation over a wide estent of ountry - The stream of molten lava poured forth by the nountain had destroyed the greater part of the town of Torte de Grigo (?) The subterranean convulsions were terriflo resembling an esrthqaake in their force and violence, and being aecompanied by similar results T'he shocks had caused the weters of the Bay oj Naples to recede a distance of Afifty metres :from their usual tide mark.
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
DIARY. MEMOLANDA FOR THE eraE. ARCH. Bun lghWa'r. on B. Ia c Ris. I Sets. I Morn. I Atru. 4 I TcessA ...... 1 6 59 ( 6 26 0 20 1 6 45 S I WauOEDEAT ... 6 0 1 6 24 1 1 511 26 6 I TeoasBDT ....- I 6 1 1 6 23 150 1 215 7 I Fat .. ..... 1 6 2 1 6 2 I' 35 I 2 5o 8 SATouDAY ...... $6 S 6 21 I 3 20 3 40 9 J. Su?nA?t ...........I 6 3 I 6 0 I 4 0 . 424 I oI- oRuy ....... ( 6 4 6 19 1 4 50.I- 10 The difference In time between high water at the Bar and 0nttlamr is 1 hour,45 minutes. and Ipswich S hours 25 minutes, which difference mu be adlded to the time of high.water on tbh far. The easterly winds on the cotst of the Bay, and the freshes In he river, often cause a rnslatbn from our table, but tmires. e merely accidental, asd governe by no known law. CoESDt icciwanb f, 186. TUESDAY, MARCII 4, 1862.
JACTA ALEA ESTI [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
IACTA -An ES .tit .factks alea cat-the die Is cast, Ontl ari friends has done it attest. esteday veing, the La flats arrived and hit at the iuigec hatthe ,American Commssioners, Mealss4 and M?ison, were forcibly taken oat eT A' Il" aell steamer Trent, while on Ler i, Iavaunath to St. Thomas, by theAm ,'; steamer San Jacinto This.brings ms us and the Nor'hbern States to an in impossible thit this daring outrage Bag can be quietly submittea d to. a Clsndon evening papers of y fe m hunting nup and arguing out the . f question; but itis ??ieless tt wi -' such grounds. It is a i country, and oy ? .'s ba l a raucour and abuse that 'ha nor po on us by the Northern Preso_ W t?ake the mnthingso '4 w 4 for so Tech rape yas:p n to uppese i wedio the h metn h which the Ame aabreu lbring ab eent. he ve weh st ,arrelupot ause Like the ' v ,f his powers were teatedes a petty a~nnoyer with contempt;? "imi p the face must be€resented. I is thi has mae the country, fro ne end to ` iml"ssinuesswftoias...
TASMANIA. THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
TASMIANIA. THE -CRICKET MATCOH. The match between the Tasmanian players and fhe All-England Eleven, has terminated in arictory for the latter, with four wickets to spare. Via Melbourne we have, per suffolk, two days later English papers than previously to hand,from which we quote as follows i FEDERAL ATTACK ON THE ENGLISH, MAIL STEAMER TEENT. Carras or THe TWO C?ocraNsaDras Coxcrssro??as TO ENsorLan anD FasesAC. Southamtpon Wednesday: The La Plati has arrived. She brings news tlihat Mesare Sliddelland Meson, the Confederate' dinr nissioners, were forcijgy taken out of the Rni Mail Comieiny's steamer Trent, whilst on her pap sage fromn liavanah to St. Thomas, by the American wiAr ship San Jacint. . The steamer Thendora, with the Comniissioinna on board, ran the lnekade of Charlestou on thel1th o, October laet. Mr Sliddell was acesnpaniedlcbf his wife and tlhree daughters. hey left faVeinai onboard the Trent, on the 7th instant, and oni ? 8th ?"as she was ap'roaching a narrow" between...