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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
IMPORTS. Volunteer; 80 bundles buckets, 80 case ues easaT; Pettigrew; 75 cases oil, J.and C. Phlllips; d hogsheadL bottles, R. Coates: 2800 slates, R. Towne and Co. ; 17I bags maize, J. Burn ; 2.1 bags flour, R. Forrest; 16S-ol blocks, 100 bags four, t t barsiron, 6·'bagC sugar, 12 nails, I keg horsew oes, 8 Eses lemonade, 12 boxes uandles, 5 chests, 10 half-cheats tea, G:. R. Wilson '.18 bags Sour, Panton and Co.; 601 bags flour, 21 bags nlt, s quartercasks wine, 1 case biscults, W. HasselL
FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE EDINBURGH CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
FURTIER PARTICO LARS OF Tnlt E6 N.. .BURtlH CATASTROP'IE. The Senotamat uf tihe S;tuI cuutaltla ample details oftlht .0 discoery of six nmore bodies in the rtins ot the falleri building, of pulling down of tie ruins, and of mnarvell1tIa Se. The Lord Provost and tie munitcipal sutlluinoes w rain on the spt at t ai early heir, and tiolusanda of peotators preealed against the barriere on eelh side to obtain a glirmpse of the ruins. Against tile walls were still to be observed hanging various arllcles of Ibuseoelild furniture whose appearance in tlleir iacc.tomed and familiar placesadded greatly ti the ditesolte asptct of the Bseen. Ariong these articles may be itnntiioned two Dutch clocks, one of tihem ttanditg at halfl.ast ine o'olooek' JWo birdeages, a coloured Irint of the Prince of Wales. china and crockery in the presses, walkinglotictt nd artibles of dress hanging on nails, pts and kettles standing in the fireplaces, &c., &c. Operations were resumed at ten o'clock...
THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATORY EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
frHE VICTORIAN EXPI.ORA lOftY EXPEDI TION. (From the Melbourne Herald, Februty 22nd) When our last sumcmary leSt. a Royal Comnti Sin was sittitng ti enqilre into the caelle of the di.aetitis lite of Burke and Wills, the Ist leadert ofthe Exploratory Expedition amroas the Ait-tralialh coutirent. The report of the commission now ha b en Itrought up. andi was issted last ePvening. W\ give it in fill. astaiuing at piitbesit froth all corn toent. Mr Howitt is still on his way to the norlt with the view of hr iging hack theh ?dies of Ih'trk ind Wills to Melbourne. and to afford surenir "i that should be n"eessa'y, to one or other of thi parties sent ott ill quest of Blltrke's t'tv Ielore its fate was known atnd of which no tidigs Ihave iae yet racrhed its. 'rThe Victoris, it sill be aenmin. her d. was sent round to the iulf of Carpent ria in ' 'ecemher last, and hias not since been hsnardlo, hut he may lie expected back at the enid of this month, or n the Iettinning of n-xt. Un'b' -itlate...
ADELAIDE. Friday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
ADELAIDE. Friday, 3 p.m Police trooper Brzaley reports that he has seen tw Hill natives, who told him that they had been to Lake Hope, and the natives told them that the Salt Water blacks had killed M'Kinlny and his party. and had killed anwl eaten the sheep anl bullocks The camels, they said. had ran away. The police trooper tried to obtain some confirmation of the statementt, lut ,c uld not. The flur market is firm at £11 10s. to £12 5n. Wheat has declined to 4s. 7d Tuesday afternoon. His Exelleney Sir Dominic Daly. thle newly arrived Governor, has this day been sworn in win all the usual formalities.
(From the Courier.) Sydney, Tuesday. 6 p.m. AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
((Prea Ike Catrier.) Sydney, Tuesday. p.m. AMERICA In ? "dhance-arrival brings intelligence from -me to the loth of December. h reference to the demand of Great Britain in ihe matter of the Trent. it is stated that the Cbhinet at Washington and the people were defiant .9,ddlusteringto tohe gsat degree, in true Yank dashipn, but that President tincoln was infavourso a adoptlpp a conciliatory course. An ~latonsive contagration had ocoutred ? at 'Charle? n,.destr-ying nearly half the city. It a -considered that a great battle was ampen4ig -between the belligerent armles in Wirein&lt. Thaeuariran journal La Sari states that it las been ipTarmed, through private sources, that Rear AdmiIs Sir Alexander Milne, I.C.S , nmmender n-.Ohlef.f the north American and West Indian staoi immediatery onm earing of the eutra .commllted an the tuis steamer Trent bythe Federal frl;atitilespatid lathree steam Trigates to Cuba to act, aunti further orders, as an escort to the teaer W'chi plies bet...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. NEWS TO JANUARY 16TH. NO WAR WITH AMERICA THE SOUTHERN COMMISSIONERS GIVEN UP. Sydney, Thursday, 4.30 p.m [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. * -4--- - B3r Enotaatc TEr.uoaIPH. (From our son Oorreapondent.) 'NEWS TO JANUARY 16Ta. NO WAR WITH AMERICA ,ECE SOUTHEYRN ORMISSIOiTES GIVEN UP. "Sydney, Thursday. 4480 pm By :the Albrecht IOswald, which asrive :at 'Melbourne vesterday,. we hae hews to the 16th a Jantuary. The Captain states that there is not to be a war between England and America, as the Southern Commissioners we", given up When'ithe Captain was asked .for papers, he at irst denied having any, and afterwards refused .to give up 'those he:had. U~nder these eircumstances •a doubht is created asto th' authenticity of the in tell:geneo, and the report is not credited. At'the sua.-sto day wool ,was firmer, with an -upward tendency. xheepakins. without alteration. 'Tallow, sare as last report. 'Hides no competition, ,only half the quantity offered sold. botlo ig of the mail yet.
MELBOURNE. Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
MELBOURNE. Friday. 9 a.m. All the public huildinss and shops were closed tdsay in respect to his late R.H. the Prince Consort. The English cricketers have arrived from Tas mania. Monday efterno'n Colonel Pitt, the commander of the Vl,'nteer forces in Victoria, has been ordered to New Zealand on daty All the batteries are to be immediately finished and mounted Every prelaration is being smade for placing the harbor in a proper state of defence Melbourne. Friday, 6 p.m. The Thomas Brown has no other paplers titan those taken off ct Qauenscliff. It is stated in the Port Louis journals that the Calcutta mail-steamer was detained at Suez for the imeportant news (peace or wat) which would result from. the derision of the American Government being co.mmunicated to thet of Britain. The Australian mails will thus have been detained, and the' delay in the arrival of the Salsetteaccounted for. She is probably waiting at 'alle for the arrival of the Calcutta steamer, and she will brine the news...
SYDNEY. Sydney, Tuesday 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
SYDNEY. k ow ofi ydney. Tuesday 5 pat. A drunken ro of serious charater oourrnfd at Bunrrangon, on &tturday night. Iad the polior had to use their bayonte in quelling the distur bance .Wdnesday. p.m. lf Exeelleneoyir John Young visited all the ons yesterday., eoompanied Il. the members of th, Uintstry, .and an.order was i ued thelt they abb?Od all be plidsd i(txa i(atefnegi dteie.n A velunteer naval brigade is to be forthwith inrolied. The Customs' returns for the past month ehowan_ ioerease of eighteen per cent. on the returns for the corresponding monrh of Isnt year. It iG proposed to construct ponds in the Botanic Gerdene for fisti-breedino
THE COLONIAL SECRETARY AND THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
THE COLONIAL SECRETARY AND THE MUNICIPAL COUNC[L. ., On Wednesday morning, after the official declaration of the state of the poll had been made, the Aldermen assembled for the purpose of electing the Mayor for the ensuing year. The result of the ballot was unanimously in favour of Alderman Mansfield. After the election, the Mayor and Corporation had a lengthy interview with Mr Herbert, during which, a variety of topics of local importance was brought before his notice. The right of tile Municipality to an additional ree alderman was urged by the Mayor, which the Honorable the Colonial Secrtary fully admitted, and he promised to recommend the adoption of that course bythe Executive. The Governor would probably proclaun . day for the election. In reference to the establishment ofa Circuit Court in Rockhampton, he was prepared to assure them that some thing would be done. If it was proved that a distjnct ircuit Court could not coveniently be conceded Cm mediately, there should be at l...
THE DEATH OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
THE DEATH OF PRINtCi ALBERT. THE aRews of the death of his Royal Highness he PRINCe CossarT has spread a feeling of gloom over the minds of the people of this Colony.. Although we are at a great distauce from the mother-country, and unable to a many of the effects of the events owhich place there, we are yet ena hed to learn, tl 1h the agency of the press, the impor t ition which his late Royal Highn.ess d, not only as the husband of our helo,?vy ia, nd the father .of a numerous famil rt?ish Princes and Princesses, but nls OtiIII man whose iniboura hate hbe.n pro rive of important .benefts. We cla therel ~Ic fee-l deep sympathy for our excellent Qu? in her serious bereavemect, for she has au acied a oss which cane never be repaired. l,,e Ryal cildren ii*e also lost thie inst coion and guidance of a f?ther who nobly i?filled his duty, and wjdo hy his own condu .tave tl~em a living neaaRnple of the dUties an hligaions of theirhigh station. The pnhl~ I? ?tne who had the intellect to de...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
RWOlClAMPTON. (From the o?khamptsn Bulltin.)' SnTICKING UP Case- ohn Hogin, a shepherd, from I?nana, whilst ornhis way to the Rockhamp. ton Boarnlinat.house last evening, shout eight u'el k, was stoplped y two then who ipprestuted themanselvev is constables, and who stut.,d that they were netructdl to apprehend him. Hugin said that he, was residlin at the ihoarlitag-house. love alltudel to, and askedl them to eame up as he had then stmena meat in his hands which he haid just purchased from, the butcher's. The men then struck himt twice in the face, inflicting a slight'scar, and en leavonred-it, pick hlis ocketa; a strusale ensued, and Honin shouttal tfur the police, wherenupl tihe men blted -withialt accomplishing their obhject. Hogin had ainror live pounds in his packets at tie time. This it the first ca-e of the kitnl that hal accurred in the t?,twa. We trust the police, wha. :re on the alert, will succeed in lillintt out these ruffians and hlalin them in safe quarmers. s Tea ItaR...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
tDIARY. MEonAr onra D o F taI wtas. SAact. e. un I l-I'ar r. Brr I Rise. Set. u Morn. Afr,. 7 I FRont ........ J 6 -2 6 S I 2 3 I12 5 8 I SLAnDaT .... I 6 8 1 6 21 3 2t 3 40 9 SI S T ....... I 6 8 1 6 0 1 4 0 4 4 10 I osDAT ......... 1 6 4 9 4 50 I 510 II T naes oar . 6 4'1 6 s 1 6 35 i 0 12 I-Wznzi ??-.T I 6 I 7 I 6 24 6 50 13 I Tawoasn.t ..... 1 6 S 4 16 I 7 1 7 40 The difference in time between high water at the 1.r and Orlbhaie is I hour 5 minutes, and Ipswich 6 hours 25 minutes, titch dilerenc?nmuttbe added to the time erhlgb water on the tar. The eulterly winds on the t..s of the Bay, and the treshes in heTIeottenOtauses variation from our table, hill these are merelyacldcndenta, and aoverned by no known law. 90 -ourtnrlanb ,ine.. FRIDAY, MAR0C 7, 1862.
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
M MAAYBOROUGH. (nrom the Mayblro gA-rantere) 'Tse NAtoni.L SCHOOL -In next isnle we hope to be li4e toannounce the arrival of faurnmitie fo Le schooi and of a duly qualified teacher-who, the local patrons are informed, has been already appointed. Somge disapisieartison i expreased at Shool .f 4.rts. bailDing being renrted .a. dyn eziM* anG d 4 be.. pa +t_ p L u alt P w .ayQ t what te termat tshe getting money under fa'ee rrttteiaee" will "' fat.tlteir ehoilddes'to the wbhe' oati get a If'1per school.house emebted. A day chnol is aa. immsediate ,ad preasing necessity. and we rt.utio esee that thle i.t'possed arrangemeot will a a?'lrhitly detrimental to the well being of the Sclih.I of Arts 'ITS Co aisa. AstslsES.-The cases to be tried ,ext week ate as lial,.ll :--,John KLennedy, for horse ,ttaling; Jattes D'LOray .stealing a eh.-que; Peter Hickey, oan renatnd fr atteaulaing to poison four Claitaett :-for stealing a cash botr at Gayndah; H llyer and wile, for receiving stolen prope'ty...
(From the Correspondent of the Maryborough Chronicle.) Monday, February 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
(From the Correspaoa ntf lthe Maryborough'thrniclej. Monday, February 24tbh., .The foundation-stone of a National School in shE town was laid on Saturday last, by the Hon. B. G. 'V Herbert, who arrived here on Sunday, tl.e 16th instad Although the weather was unfavourable, there was goodly muster to witness the ceremony. Mr. W. Brown, the secretary, opened the proceedings by a paper on the origin, rise, and prcgres of our Kevi School to the present time, after which the Tressa made a brief statement of the financial position of t1 institution. This was highly satisfactory, and too m praise cannot be given , to the patrons for the manner in which they have carried out the work 1 trusted to them. The total cost of thesbuilding, ing to contract, -ill be £1618 12s., of which sum Board of Education will contribute £1000. Nea £400 have ':een already subscribed, and the local istrop have endorsed a bill for the remainder. the bill fall due in about four mpnths, but all are hopeful tl the a...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
GAYNDAH. (PFrl the Baaiet l eArgss) THE BLACKS A'OatI.-Intelligence has lately reached ihre that the stores of Mr. Me Donald, of Csldaro, have bbn brokeninto and pluddeied by blacks. It is butia few weeks since we repotedt the robbery of wearing aspjarel and otler'arsicles at Banana, and now weshave this ounrage to chroniole.. The yidatr mailman dris Teroom was also stopped by these ,maranders, bit find ing he had not anytssg aboutir wortli taking; they leit him'~. Anottier murder has also been committed ontthe Dawson River. 'A Chinaman shepherd, in thb employ of Messrs. HenryanddPerry, wasthenusfortute victim-be was killed 'whilt shepherding his sheep. The 8sejeant. of the Native olliee andsometreeopere w inpursuit of the bhaekh. ' M sras yf?ocer is hitlges with tie others are still in the viicial of Noge and khe Comet River. Surelj it It tlsebi es oT police and the somewhat insecurepositiobin whlih many ofour nitlther tle3t iare placed that has cumsed the aborigines 'to ig thus bo...
TAROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 March 1862
TAROOM. )Mr. Herbert, the Colonial Secretary, who ie also one of the niemlbers for this district-met his con astihurent on 'Tuesday last. The meeting was niumermeily attended by the settlers in the district. Mr H 'oke. in a short speech, thanked him on the prt o' his ( ,r H'a) brother constitutenta for the iitere.-t he had alwiys taken in the District, and for the very a.Il* minner in which be had condn.?ed the public busiuness of the colony, assuring him of the roultinued tul'port aLd confidice of his con stituency Mr Her ert aclnowledged thecompliment paid to him. and remarked thatit had'alwa.s been his endesvoaur to do his duty towards his constituency and theoto:ony it large, ol which he was a Minister. He was lourdly cheered thronhoait his speeclh, nd the meeting dislersed highly gratified in having ala o|'portuttity of assuring Mr. Herbert of their cofideec in him both as a Minister and Repre sentative Mr. Herbert could not be otherwise than pleased at the boidial reception he...