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HORRIBLE OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
I?OnBIBLE OccuBaBEcr.-On Thursday evening teinhabitsuts of Dowlais were alarmed byhearin Jond repirt, very similar in sound to the explosion ic ow wand then occurs in our coal pits. Arts ittle while it was. ascertained that an explosion t place in thexefinery at the iron Works; u the ignoaince or carelessness of a poo riit. yn. it pearsrthat it was his dutylo "place fr.uttautls'dsin order in readiness for the iru [ i n e!to themin ' a molten condition. , This l Ibt thoughtlessly plunged a bar of cold irot e 'liheated maess, soi the consequence was that plolieins?snesd, the iron .leaping in all direc as ifendoived with vitality, literally covering . ?infortu-atetosas -With :a molten smail to thie at?f th4 fe iw whwi -were near. In additiiu ,aa waseasea, b atil this was over i?h the anxiety toi rtescue the sufferer, who Phce 'peed usthlanketa, with oil handage ti,'aod, in this position he: remains. ,. rfosd'thut reoeery is hopelesshis eyes ere ° ta t eillth h'burt from his bones`! .?I...
THE BLACK PRINCE, IRON-PLATED STEAMSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 March 1862
'ItE BLACK 'RINCEfIRON-PLATED STEAM SHIP. The prellniliry trial of tic Black Prince at light draqght tiock pl?ee at Portsmouth yesterday, under clrnimstances t lhighly nnfavourablde for developing the ship's speed under steam, but attended with very esi:story results, both as regards the wosrk-. itg f =the mnachinery and the speed attained, the ,te' of khe'"rnns made at the mie being nearly S14ýý' pot ' The ship weighed her anchor at Spit bhead it ?150 'p.m., and steamed away for the trial g*grund. in Stoke's Bay in charge of Captain HI. DBroslhead, commanding the reserve at Portsmouth; Mr. A M?rray, chief engineer of her Majesty's dock yardil; and fir. G. Murdoch, inspector of machinery Saheoat, stiperintending the working of the machinery &c ; Mr. Thomas Penn representing the manufac turers of the engines, and Mr. John D. Napier the builders of the ship. One hundred men from the Trafalgair, commanded by a lientenant of that ship, formed the crew of the Prince for the day, ...
GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
GLADSTONE. (PrF? the Corr spendat of the Rackhampteo Bulletin.) A large .boiling-down establishment is now bei pened on "Baaie reek," by the Mesars. Robinson. It is a caose of regret that the stockholders should thus compelled to boil down their best and fattest catt beeausethere teno market for them in the district. It tobvious that it s as much to he interest of the quatte s of the townspeople, that the population of tho counter should increase as tepidly as possible; sno far as tt egiptsiesof this part are concerned, I know they a very desirdus that the countryahuld be occupied by as agnculti~ial and inidustrial ,people. In refereue, however, to the proposed operations on Base Creek, th, late heary winds'haresiteeme,brought a large quanti ' of sand to the mouth of the river, so that at present it Is searcely navigable. ' Thi tast prove & serious check to Mesers. R., unless the sand should again shiftitsblt A: Chinaman was brought in here the other day from Forsyth's stati...
THE KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
,r , " THE KENNEDY. aorrespondent qf the Rockhampton Bulletic.) tla. hare lalised since I Iast had an Op M nmunicating with you. In the meu? t?l 'r e had, four arrivals-The Bbon. aptea on the 3rd ultimo, the Comet from sip'- ` 4tih, ibe Policeman front Sydney on the iiudthe Coquette from Rockhampton and Belba Souati:n the same day. The Coquttt bmrhgt't the only retunlr mail that has ar ived here lsnce'thi tiekinning of December, an it appears to lie quite uncertain when we may expect another; no arnangement having been made for its regular trana misiop, and, fromn all that we can learn; no attempt II making to effect such an arrangement. What we might effect with the management of onr affairs In our own hands is a problem which will soen req'ire practical demonstration. The state of our poistal communications is only part of a whole which taken altogether make it but ton evident Iew little we have to expect from the parental care of Mother (in.law) Brisbane. Throughout the greater p...
DARING ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE FROM GAOL, AND DEATH OF "KIPPER BILLY." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
P&NUG ATTEIKPT TO ESCAPE PERM:.AO AND )DEATH OF "RIPPER BI (From the Carier, farch 6.) -" . Yesterday afternoon, the aboriginal natire,"fl Billy, who was condemned to death at the last Ik1 oasizes, together with Billy Horton, for ithe crime ofg made a most daring attempt to escape from lhe,.g and was shot dead byone of th' wardeeuain thie attempt It appears that, when the other prisoners ,orere ` ok@r up for the night, at 5 o'clock, it is custom . -to_ alow the condemned criminals to take a turn or two in nisa yard for exercise, a proper guard being kept- oer? them When Kipper BIlr'scell was opened yeterds?a?jt j. in order thathe might take his usual eeie eL-;he? sitting on the alone floor, with hienilgs nJPdg blanket, and when.ae was asked by thecpri icip why he did not come out, he said he wa s and did not wish to. Soon after Mr.G lla'lef thbdi however, Kipper made a rulsh acros' t'he' ard l~its part of the fence which divides the B ward yardfeomdo hinatic anylum yard, and...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
IPS\i CHO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The sual weekly meeting took place an Wednesday, at'four o'eloek. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Cribh, O'Malley, Watkins, Thorn, Clune, Murphy, and Mac alister. The minutes of the previous weekly meeting, and of the special meeting held on Saturday last, were read; also, the Overseer's -weekly report. Alderman Macalister thought the letter or the heads o the letter written by Alderman Oribb to the Mayor,.snd read at the special meeting, shoald be inserted in the mi inute, sothat it might be identifed, which was agreed to. orwaa oROWNTAO G A letter was. read from the Manager of the A:S.N. Co., Ipswieh, asking for a cohtinuation of the leas~ ex piring on the 28th instant, for a period of five yearsr A letter was also read from Mr. Gaakarth, applying fora frontage on the river. A letter was read from Mr. John Pettigrew, applying fr a lease of the wharf known as Boyland' TnORN-e8aRET A tender was read from M. O'Sullivan, oferi.g to etal a portion of Thorn?atree...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
Febeary 4.--Clarene, steamer, 400 tons, Oaptain otier, ?for the Northern Port. Pasaenger?-fr. ustiee Lutwyce,.Mr. Pring (Attorney.-Gneral), 'Mr W. A Brown (Slei'ff), r. R. Little (crown Solicitor), Mears. W. C. .lakeney and Carey (barristers), Colpnet O'Oonnell,'Messr. J. K. Hawthorne, G. Williams, obh Khull, W. Tuoker,;A. Ferguson, P. McIntosh, W.i DI Stewart, Foran, G.B. Yeate, D; R. Clarke, R. Wright, W. C. Turner, J. Kent,'snd 0t in the steeraoe. February 4.-Telegraph, steamer, 7I00 tone, Captain O'Reilly, or Sydney. Passengers--Maers W. Burt, . Wort, G. 13. Molle, J. Jones, D. Roberta, H. Viner, L. D. Younger, H. Thompson, Hopkins, H. 8 Grenifell, J. Allingham, W. T. Bassett, Hont. . It. M'acktef6izi Mrs. Mackenzie and three children, Miss Mackenzie, Mrs. H 8. Roberts, the Rev. Mr. Gore and son, the Rev. Mr. R. V. eAley, and 10 in 'the'teerage.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Wednesday, March 5. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
SMALL DEBTB COURT. Wednesday, March 5. Before the Police Magistrate. . Panton and Co. . Win. Stapleton.-£?8 16.9d fod goods sold and delivered. For plaiutiff less C6 received. Same e. Plate.-£10 for balance of overdue prom' sory note. For plaintiffwith costs, John Johnston e. Donald Cameron,--t10, amount a dishonoured cheque. No appeatance of defendantj verdict for plaintiff'with coats. . - John Johnston a. Donald Cameron.--£fl, amount diohonoured cheque. No appearance of defendalnt verdict for plaintiff with costs. =' John Johnston a. Donald Cameron.-£7 10s, amoup of two dishonoured cheques. Verdict for plaintiff wi costs. . . . Frederick Francis v. Jane Hardgrave.-This wao action brought against defendant for putting in a dist rarranr on plaintiff's goods. Mr..Chubb appeared f the defendant1 plaintiff did not apear. Case dismissed E. J. and A. C. Bays e. Donald Cameron.-?lO foa printing and advertising. Ito appearance of defendanl' verdiet for plaintiff Wm. Hesidren T John McDonal...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
EXPORTS. Clarenees (For Maryboough)-- cases drapery, I uarter-cask vinegar, Newton and Co.; 19 casks bottled beer, 8 ases rum, I hogshead brandy, 1 hogshead earth aware, 1 trunk boots, 2 cases, 2 quarter.caskas heow, 8 ea port pine,,2 quarter-easos aberrv, fts bags flur. 8 bags oats, 2 pcksages, 1. and G. Hlarriso 2 keg;, red lead, 2 kegs paint, 1 anchor, 80 fathemns chain. I keg undries, 40 bundles iron, W. and B. Brookes- 10 bag sugar, 1 quarter-ohest tea, 1 case ale, I cask souar, ' ackages groceries, 2. 8. Warry; 1 hogehead, ale, easier and Cao. S csks lemonade, Cohkerill I bl books, 1. Miller; I bundle eager eane, W. Hill 20 pakages, Board of Edauation; I tin honey, I bost, Phillips. (For Gladstone)--1 package cigars, 2 hall m Genemra, 2 bags four, I cask ale, 2 Iall.obe',s tea, I cask sodawater, I quarter-asak shern7, 10 packaga, Sand G. ?arris; 780 feet timber, 6 package, 9 piece tarned st?ff, drae pales, 2 naves, J. Petigrew; I ihalf. aehst-ta, G. H. Wilson and Co.; q paekag...
Tuesday, March 4. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
Tuesday, March 4. Before the Police-Magistrate. Michael McMahlon and -- Hanford were Sfined Set eaoh for drunkenness, in default 24 hours in the cells. Thomas Martin Lang was dond £L for using obseens language to Elizabeth Frapoia, in default 7 days' im presonment, Eliz beth Francis was fined £1 for wuing obscene lan guage to Thomas Martin Lang. Ann McDonald e. Charles Hanson.-This was a sumn mons case for breach of agreement. Plaintiff deposed t having been engaged by defeindait's agent at the rate - £26 a year, and that on h'er arrival in Ipswich defendant refused to keep her, or gire more than £20 a year. T?)e defendant aw6re that he authorised his agent to hire fo £20 only. Agreement -oidered to be, cancelled, and defendant to pay-£2 le. 6d., being one,mooth'a wages,
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
___ Oiuintl'lial. The following produce has been received and for. waded :-From the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.--8 bales wool, CDW; 10 ditto, Hickkey; t1 ditto, G. Sandeman? 83 ditto, MIpS; :t8 ditto, H&C over T; 673 hides, 9 calfakins,. TW. From the stores of Mr. H. V. Hassell, 16 bales wool, g81; 1; ditto, St. Clair. From the stores of Mr. R. Forrest-16 bales wool, TT over T; 6 bales sheepskine. Mackenoie and Bowland report a largo attendance at the sale at the Sorereign Iotl , of furnitur.-, live stock, &c. Furniture realised good prices; milch cows and calves, £ to£6 VIis.; draught horses, C8 to £22.
Friday, February 28. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
Friday, February 28. Before the Police igistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. Henry Beebee, charged with murder, was remandtc for seven days. James lforrinon, charged rith having no lawful ,,? visible means of support, was discharged. Schidt V. Webb.-Obscene langugfi: .flned 10s., is. default seven days' in Brisbane Gaol. Palmer e. Kenvo.-Riot and assiult. Mr. Thomp. son for plsintiff; and Mr. Macalister for tie defence. The Bench dismissed the cue, the charge not having been proved. John Blaine a. Florence O'Sullivan.'-Remanded from the '6th, and now withdrawn. Sarah Francis s. Bella Wilson.-The parties .o thir case being of tender years, the Bench dismissed it. Scott o. Creedy. -Obscene langurge: dismissed.
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES BYI AUCTION. THIS DAY. By Mr. H. M. COCEsUNS, at his rooms, Nicholas street, at 11 o'clock, .drapery, general mercllsadize, oaren bay, wool, tallow, &e.
SATURDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
SATURDAY, MARCH 8. By Messrs. FATroaRNI & )G., in the yard adjoining their oflice, at 12 o'clock, 15 head of horses, sead. diery. ByM?serse. MaCEnczr and BOWLAND, at theNew Aur. tion sMarty at 12 and again at 4 o'clock, horses, sad. dles, &c. Those Subscribers to the Queensland Times who do not receive their papers regularly, would confer a favour on the Proprietors by immediately inform ing them of the same.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
taral anb Distrirt Nrtms. PosT.OrPPIC NonacE The Kembla isto leave the wharf at Brisbane at noon on Saturday. Tle mnils for Sydney and the Southern Colonies will closeat tle Ies- wich post-ofilce, on Friday, (thlis day) as follows.:-Ftu registered letters, at 6 p.m.. for ordinary letters and newspapers, at 10 p.m. THE DuaruaB M EoraE.-We understooud that most of the witnesses in this .case are now in Ipswich, and that Henry Beebee will be broglht up at thepolice court this morning, charged with the murder of his wife. .SI AT *SODBASs,. PLtAIs.-On Wednesday last a fire occurred at Bedbani Plaini, by which a stack of oaten hay -was destryed, the property of Mr. King. From whatrwe have heard -of-thecae it is to be feared that this has b-en thbe.workof an incendiary, sea pereon with whom Mr. King had had a dispnte was heard to Seelare that "he would do for him." Fortunately some corn which was 'growing sear to 'the stack destroyed uffered no injury. SCf ooL. of AenT' Blscujsatow CLA~a.-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. TO DRAPERS AND OTHERS. To be sol by Publioc Auction, on Account of, whom it may concern. U M.I COCKBURN has received instroctions to 3 4. sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, .Nibolsa.street, THIS DAY, the 7th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, SIXTY PIECES PRINTS, damaged. No.reserve. Terms, Cash. 899 GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, MAIZE AND SEED POTATOES, &c. . rM. COCKBURN has received istructions , to Sell by Public Auction, at bis Booms, Nicholasatreet, THIS DAY, the Tth Instant, at II1 o'clock precisely, 20 bags Flour S60bags Maize 30 bagis eed Potatoes 2 cases Herrings (3 dozen tins) 2 cases-Vinegar 1 casl Miniature Ink (6 gross) I dozen Bridles Si 1 Cheifonler, tgether with a quantity of other goods. Terms, Cash. 198 .20 TRUSSES FIRST-RATE OATEN HAY. a M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sto sell by Public Auctibn, at his Rooms, INflcolasistreet, 'Pf T S DAY, the 7th MARCH, . at II o'clob precisely, oTRnsse~ s MSET-RA.TE OATEN HAY. Terms, Cash. 897 SREEPSKI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
f:bt 0t naulatumb atme. TERMS: Surscannrton,-The annnount of subsaription t lt Queu?strd 'Tinies is Seren Shlilings and Sixpence per quarter; if paid In adrance, or Eight Shillings and Six pence credit: T.he qutarter terminate on the 80tlb 8e tember, Slut December, 81at March, and tbih June, at which periods only can subscribers decline,; by iving natier, and paying the amount dua to the end of the current quartet. Bingle copies, Sixpence. AovptnreSEanNrs are insertd according to the fal. lowing scale : e. i. Two lines................................. 1 0 Four linme ................................ 0 Six lines ... ............................ 2 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 - Every edditional eight lines, or inch I 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertise ments continued For 6 insertions ............... 10 per ent. 13 ,, ............... 1 ,, 20 ,. ............... 5 , All advertisements must specify on the face of them the nuntier of times they are to be inser...