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IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
IM1POTT~fDED AbT LITTLE XPBWICHI~. FROMr FeoN?.z LAPN. Chesnut snare.near~hind ioqt whitib, bkee. JE wnem· *boulder K~of4L6bIder an neck Her 'brawaf liars. fool, etui, neacb~hinf~thk, c evr~ lB neec-houlaer otwht,' Cheenut mere TW neeriehould, eta Bay mare, off-hind foot white, PS over TB near" shoulder, 96 near-ribs Roan olt, star, hind feet white, like C over 7 near shoulder Bay horse, near-fore and near-hind foot white, star, WO near-ribs Grey horse, like CE near-shoulder Bay mare and flly foal, TA conjoined near-shoulder ' Roan mare and Ully foal, off-hind foot white, star, like C over gC near-shoulder Bay mar, star and snip, MK near shoulder, WE off ribs ... Bay mare and filly foals near-hind foot white, 8 near shoulder, star Bay mare, hipped, N over 605 near-shoulder, tR over P off-shoulder Bay colt, near-bind foot white, star, C over, off shoulder Brown mare, A over nar-shoulder, near-hind fooat whie, star Clhenut filly, star, like Mover RBO off-shoulder Brown mare, tipped, T...
Saturday, March 6. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
o~n *noNd aasrntesced e-o on testis ienqrison meat for raguany. - Thomas Potter. Patrick Kelly. _ Mr.?4bab.or tihe prosecutio;, Mr. Maicalister for thle defenoc. : Thomas Fetter, woroe Lives io Ipavieh, and is a birdknmaker; owns ucttle; lame known William Kellt yor oe or six years, 'heaowns st-tlead t~es:hasJba d desliag with him en different oceastone a bought the attle mentioned 1in the information from 'Williaer Kelly (eeilpt piEoduoed); pai the purChase-money,.and got deery ofall the sttle, eeptone; knows defendant; sun four bhead of hi oattle in defendant's pomaesson about the'middle of last month; he demanded:them' fromde fondant; defendant said theywere his, and refused to give them thm he hattle were branded A indiamond and WK unte near-side--That is William Kelly's arrand; bought the esttle of William eIy deAoendant' a hrand is PK on the rump ae J-an thethigh; Mrs. Kelly has cattle-she brands IS'oh the ribs; none of Patnork Kelly's cattle smw randed WE4 the valhe of the ca...
Friday, March 7. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. L. E. Lester. MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
Before the Poe-?-gistate and Mr. L.E. Lester. S . . • , a t. . Ioyd ti. Va.py.-. Muitae'aervant' ,ct. ol~rnd til nez 4ai Begins w. Cements, Mated o. Hmenoemp, and Naeohon w. M'Auliih were also ajouroed~tlill next day. enry Beaebee, remanded from Friday, the e28th nl., wr again brought up, oharged with murderii?gbht wife, Jane Bebe., at Dsrendmr stavion, on lste IWIh FEbruary lat. Mr. Maealister defended the priaoner. William Butler deposed that he i?ed at Durandur; after the body was examined he w+ prisoner, and he -sed witness if he should leave the station, and witness alid no, he must wat y natil the arrival of a magistrate he said ~ie would wait, and he did wait. Federick Oumming, sworn, stated: R?ois a duly qnaliied medlcal man; saw the body of deceased at Durundur ; he examined the body on Wednesday, the 19th ; it wa nl avery far state of decomposition; did not see any external marks of violence or wounds; there migh have been such marks, but the advanced stage of d?-mpostion ...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING. Tuesday, March 4. Before the Police-Magistrate, the Mayor, and Dr. Howlands, TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
IPBWHEI POLICOE COURT. QtUASrrLr lICmNINO MEETinre; Turedy, March 4. Store the Police-M.gitr1eth Mayor, mad Dr. owiusands. "Sovereign Hotel," Irle Iprslob, omWllam Carterto John Stnley. Orate. "North Australlanunn," Three-mie Creekj from Wn. Marks to D. McGratb. Granted. "Prince of Wales," Brisba-street, from Hery Brooks to Mrsn. Oaulld, Potponed till next day.the trransferor not bhaving his liens with him. On brought fornrd ast day, the licee i ben produo, thn.transfer was granted.
EARL STANHOPE [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
EARL SNBr?oPrs -Among the friends whom PIr. Rennie's practical abilities attracted about this time, was the eccentrio but ingenious Earl Stanhope, wlhoTrequently visited his works to see what was going.on that was new. His Lordship was one of the busiest mechanical projefctors of his time, and England owes a debt of gratitude for his many valuable inventions, one ofthe most useful of which is the printing-press which bears his name. He also made improvements in the process of stereotype printing; in the construction of locks and canals; andamong his lighter efforts may be mentioned the contrivance of an ingenious machine for performing arithmetical operations. He especial}y delighted in the society of clever nechanics, in whose art he took great pleasure; indeed, he was himself a first-rate workman. and it was truly said of him by his father-in law. The Earl of ObChatham, that ' Charles Stanhope, as a carpenter, a blacksamith, or millwright, could in any country or in any times pres...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
ARRIVALS. March 6thrLoul Ksates, shooner 0 tonr , OCptait (ox, from Sydney the 87th ultimo. Puaageraia-n KB. Forrelt, gtnt M.rch eth.--Moley FbokL t eshoonr, 80 ton. Captain Laewn, f&om Sydne the eJt a uitnt. Paeng, vra m Stin- le S d tBwod n "d a..A. aont, agent. fMarch Oth.-Knmbla, atpar, Ctal Bel, from Sydney the Bid intent, P g _tbr. P r. Men W. Perts, Mica C.Perey, 1Cs MocemT, Mre.Wortoc, En. CarLe, ~M atn E. Fidch, W. N. Pool, L MoDanoctt E. A. Kerr, - Kegan, W. Pot^--% llnm 3IL. ]Be. ford, W. Haemnmt, 8L . L. Iw--Woodwad, leaiw, nad 6* in the rteegv.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
OPFICIAL NOTITICATIOSR. (eiu the Yloverwment.amuet*.) APPormi ara..-M? nau. r. J ahdine sean.ames Alexan8er ternco i, and the rev. famued 'Kelly;to be trustrees of the land eare. d ma a t?e for thelohool of Arie at Roekhampton. William Henry Bayley, Esq., to bea cadetinthe Nrtive toieF Won.. Albert Victor Drury, Esq.,to be a clerk of theaeeonddclae in the do sartment or the Odlonial. Ser?dtb Mr. Theoosious William Polder., tobe alek d e third ela?en the permanent osla of (le 8nrvey Depatment, in the mom of Mr. t. BDlgui,eseigned. fltznu Vxca'CousuL. - The Keoerable Ga Xs~rriu, ar~t.., in to be reoogleed, provituloUy, nthe vice.Ooneul t Bribame for hba MXenty the ing of Italyr. Ten~ a sre calted for the supply of provnin and stores for twelve moenths, feom the'let of 'pril inext, at the different toewhips throughout theeo.ny, for the Governmenot aeeie. Mr. . M.Baruns ha?s reeived acesorisate of qualid8r-. tion as a chemiut and drnggiyit uner the Medical Act of 1861. h'Nw ~ Is?eozr?wr...
OCEAN POSTAL STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
-~o'sE PosTALSB?ianas.-From the 8ingapore Free fl-e we -ortract the following paragraph, which that journal quotes from the Ceglon Times, concerning the proposed 'AngloFrench line of eteamei'e:-'" It is intended to make the passage money from Oeylon to Etgland 450, and from other plabes in the East in proportion, exclueive of wines, ' &?,. whlioh are to be paid for as consumed. The port bf eall in Ceylon will be Colombo, where, we usderstand, the* Company intend laying down a small floating breakwater, on an entirely now prin ciple, by means of which their steamers will be enabled to ride comfortably, in our roadstead, in all weathers. From Oolombo these vessels will proceed to Madras via the Paumben Channel, for which purpose they are being constructed of very light draught of wa:e , and will by this means avoid the dangersmof the Basses Rocks, and save two days' steaming. There can be but one opinion on this suhject throughout the East-that sucha Company deserves, and will...
(From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
The Sotth. Brisbane Mchanie? Intitute "i rapidly rapproaehing.completion; On a visit we pi8t to the spot on Thursday, we werecomewhat surprised to Band that 'the building was 'so much 'advaneed. It is a neat structure, and well adapted.for 'the purpose. We chill look forward to its opening with-omentevret. The funeral lf 'sgea~ t Iutton, 'late of the 1?th 1Regiment,*todk plsee-on Wedneealsy ftermoon. This w.as the firastmlitary faneral which has lben witnessed 'in Brisbane, 'and in EconIgeuenC e a large nuimber of 'spectators were present to witness 'the eoNtge.: A few minutes afterdce o?lo kc the procession formoedopposite 'the barraeckstthe'cofn, beang t4he oap ni accountre* aments of the tieceased ,eoldier,'being earried 'by roe of hils.eoomradee. 'Onareiving atSt.'obhs O hurch.'the Iring party stood with arms reverse?'Yomiiing a lane rthreough'which the carrying the eoBi passed into the 'Church, follsseediby anuamber ef-olsunteex and police rho attended on the casion. -Severil f...
SOUTHERN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
. .SOUTHIERN ITPALYF- . " The quick suncesses of Italian liberty have been thewonder of the last two years: It is bow plain that tyranny, both Royal and Papal, was resting unconsciously on a thin crnust of mechanical obedience, while the revoalutionary fire raged under neath throughout the whole Peninsula. When the Anustrian power was brokes the whole fabrlo col lapsed with a suddenness which startled even the bold and able Sovereign who had struck the blow. Events went beyond the imagination of the most sanguine patriot. We may b certain that not CGouont Cavour himself could have. foreseen the success of such an enterprise as.Garibaldi's, or have pictured to himself a kingdom won for his master by by a band of half-armed adventurers. The work, however, has been done, and the revolution of Tueoany, the campaigns iof Sicily and Naples, and the conquest of half the Papal States will be recorded to the confusion of those who believe that every change, to be complete, must be slow and g...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
* DPaETUIES. ~Ianrh I.--BtdedokL Dim, moheoum 76 tong Vaptuli I William,, for the ltiolmonad jiror,B inbllast March 8.-Essmbla amamee, Captain Bell, fas Sydney.' ranseagees-Keam. A·. B. Jons, ri`Laaerty and 7inl tim steerage. March &--Detz Juan, chraca, IM ton,, Captain Arnold, forS~dfla. Paaamgaa.-Mrra.Blak and twro children. Mere]. 8.-janle Mnnma, abip, S7Dtom, Cap~tain Kan, for Valise, iniawllas. __
BRISBANE. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
BRISAI¶UK. (Rnot OWVB PBCOIAL OOBBRnPO??r.) ,Monday afternoon. I atm -informed that Dr. Quinn, -the Roman 'Catholic Bishop of Bdrebane, ase been engaged in -omenthing more ahan -religious adtim in "Sydney I have very good authority for stating that Mr. Ilelford, the preserit Editor ofthe Forth Austrdian, has, under the Bisholp'e supervision, purehased a -steam printing machine, -type, and other material 'to the amount of tE100O, and that it is the irton tion of the proprietors to bringthe.Worlh dudtraeian sout three times a'week:l rou must look out for1 *your laurels or they will all 'be taken 'from yen. Surely you will not allow Bishop 'tiun 'tohmaveit ellhis'own teyt? Anothorpiee bf 'information'I can giveyou -i., thet akwgoemente are now being entered into 'to -obtRnlthe assistanCe of 'the bgtliterie , talent, in rthis city, as entribitonr to 'tbe paper. Ie -t?.iweo Rsid that the present plantdtf the North AustrdTlis Sis to be removed-to arwwick, where the Roman Catholics.are sup...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
IMIPORTS. Loln Mosesa: SO0baga Boor, Penton and Co.; 38 packages fraiturse, I oll sine, 1 mae chairs, 4 cas vitrol, 5 carbopy ditto, Od?er; 40 hgulBour,a.B.Fiit; 7j bags wheat, Orde. nleey a Paeket: a a, 4 art boise, I cask ironmongery, 161 bass d itto, bundles ircn, 8 packages, 100 bags ourar, GL Wiondo Co.; hales hay, Order; 0 bass Bour, Panton and Cos. Kemble:oopperboiler, peakages, . Alend; 6 boxes type, Z hlI lesae ptpa, S. Belford; S caser, W. Besser; 6 pckages, Campbell and n ; 9 oesa, H. . Cookburn; 4 packages a?drie, Cribb sand ?Foote; 10 case fruit, D.O'Doughety; iron safe, E. Deghten ; I packages, . Davis; 1 parscel Mrs. P. I)evise; 4 aes -sddlery, I bag keather, e?ra ame of . Wilson and Co., 1 horse, E. Finch; paekag beots nd she . Grogan; a b g ~m st,.. Cal Co- 7 ol letather 1 bale, 3 bundleollas C. et 5 babg~ our,_ boa tobsacco, I nak cofee, c ue genern, assell; I box glas, Jqlp 20packae ld, handles hogop. Firon, buhadlre rl-glzg b4adle rope, 13 bondls - i?o, pots, 10 ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
iLocal allI itrItcit Ntbzs.? * -4-- rn Enurt Erzass Iew Branu NAvronton lloarwr'oe aw STrAxaws-Advioes have been received from London ot the completien of the steam-ship Mer peth. On her triastp at Newisatle, she fuly etrrited out the expeocatioa of the builders and superintending engineer. a Hsg pneseeeedsd't sea in oery rough wet the, her speed ? ?st a h avy see wa upwardsat si leen statute mies within the ehour. Her draught of 'ater waa even feet ai inches, with 180 tons of deed weght in her, beides the bunkers bihng.?iled with coals. She sailed from the Downs on the 19th Norember, wicRh 350 tons of col on osard, with ordaltetea. m on her passage as moth as poesible, to aoelerteo her voyage, cad the dietoers are, therdoxe in daily expectation of her safe aivl ast Sydney. Bases n on WRnawones.-- We understand that oner enterpriding twonman, Mr. Godfrey ORourke, shortly expects to receiee a powerful steam engine and eppuratus which will s?tbls im to pump abaut 400 gal lons of water...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
EXPORTS. Don Juan: 102 bales wool, B. Towns and Co.; e24 oas tallow 1,8 hides, S boundl. ealfkis, T. B. Stephens:. Kembla: 04 bales wool, I hide, parelW.Gray and Co.; ?8 baoles wool, J. Murphy: 8 hales wool, ex wkn; 80 bales wool, 1 oasG. K. Wf i n; Wiao;0 hide, I cask, Cribb aud Poote; 18 osas frault, J. P. Mieikle S cases, J. Petiguir; S cases, I cask fruit, . BaIlard 1 case fruit, Rfoder; I case pipe,'S. Reid; 16 ases Smrit, I Unmsack, S Beaekge llehamuber; 1 asne fruit, Cattiest; 15 eases 9 asrs aitr, Pasbengu r; ases t casks frt, 4'. S?y" g; pare, E.B. South. erden; 1 case fruit, Koth';8 ,o plants, W. Hil; I case fruit, LM. Hughes; I case frui, 2 mass, W. C. SBelbridge 1 bale wrateA. ?a Mo ; St ses 7 biusnohi rUit, a. , te. o cij oasakr . arT. Clas,.; 3 anes hI uls S.DL 7aswa1ijmus 1. 1 S tasks * asles raph it now ne the sIlp, at 58057s being Issastel and. overaucled. Sthe rll nut have Port aekaon until Monday evenilng, an will prob?ably arive her.on tei us.orain of the lash, r...
(From the S. M. Herald.) MELBOURNE. Wednesday, February 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
(tha Lis 8. M. Herald.) RELBOUITBNE. Wednesday, February 28tb. The pity has bees excited to-day by the publica. tion of lnmourn in the Argot and Berald, authenticated, so far as the high charaocter of the gentleman who brought the news from India is concerned. The Argus vouches for the truth of the following: "A passenger by the last oveoilad mail met at Sues the Captain of the P. and O. Company's hteamer OGanges, then lying at anchor in that port, and learned from him that the Ganges had been senPt off at avery abshort notice from Bombay, to overtake the regular steamer, snd to csrrry an officer with special and highbly ur?aent despatches from. the Indian Government to the hore authorities. The captain of tie Gauges wat ordered on no account to allow any communication between any of hie crew tnd the shabore, either at. Adei or at Suez, and he was to wait at the latter port for a reply to the deesptrhes. At tla ti?me of the SenarePs leaving loes the Gantges ad tUeh s week in port, a...
THE SPELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
T, SfPE.L8.,. Deep aretbspidf tjao tav ddls seeg rthe Ly rad Gselrins tob m byromestowle But deeper thewz ?,risof.R o tbo f' M g Oe, hisks~ ??n h? r?x" power,, , *Ahn, pykrnsda earlighroJxa rbiaimz olrt Are en in the trilig hoeur. ' Deep i the ato?eo' maugi or? ' S Ad th? ch m ary icwbthe wiszrd weea ' When th e bookse night teohis eye of light 'l nloca its ¶11-bound leaves ' Boit in werneo itos, mire than magic oeS SThe light o s mesoe d*les," AWhn her e e ?sotbea? ?m, blowartonPietrsea .:tmtiblo f pasion teila Oh. the wizrd's red than fbed god O'er human heirts has power; And pains azd M ars .thb ' j? hsetkd ? imn ? r: , , o , ae ll the, vktji'e (Oewera . t,' , i tot net in' eairof pain orpee' ,Desr womnaeml'ei le.,. SBut in hWe wend of webans'whltebad,- " * Which faity power deal . Whey1 peq the wk.itswitle iit ek tracysse , Look fir into Cutue?L days, . And if thoirlightsrve dritby'bghtg ", : -'We tchr prophetio raysi i · : ..... grnt,|eme QtehXOnh nthin'ib?n? ' The lighte .fme....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. ABOUT 15 HEAD OF HORSES. M. COCKBURN hasb received Instructions g. to Sell by Public Anuction, ast the Corporation ale Yards, THIS DAY, the 11th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, ABOUT 15 READ OF HORSES, conslating of several first-rate Saddle and Draught Hoes, and a few unbroken Colls aund Fillies. Terms, Cash. 395 GENERAL MERCBHANDIZE, FURNITUBE,.&c. fl M. COCKBURN has received instiuctlons to sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nicholas street, TO.MOBROW, the 12th Instant, at 11 o'clock.precisely, 50 Bushell Mai?s 20 Bags Potatoes 2 Tone Liverpool Salt 2 Cedar Dressing Tables SPinaTe?bl?e 1 RocklOg Chair 1 Night-Stool .SCu r Chairs 1 ~Aierican Storve 1 Fire Grate 1 Dodr Scraper S Milk Dishes, 2 Iron Pote; Vases, Lamps, Trunssels, .op,,e., &e T ' erms, Cash. 426 SEXTENSIVE SALE OF GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. if IL COO BURN has received instructions t, to Sell by Publio Auction, at his Rooms, Licholau.street, On FRIDAY, the 14th Instant, at i o'clock pr...