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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
"Sintlm copies, iiatne.' owing scale:- f0 . All. " Two lin .es ....... . • 1 Forr ein es 0.............. . o Sin lines ...... .? . . Eight lines, or undero inch ....... Every additiotal eight lins, or indi" 1 G The following Discountis allowed a ad vertise. miente continued Fior 6 inseitions ............' 10 pe· r cent. TA folladi nts must y 'tls6 es of thest" '18 , .....-,,,.. ... 1. 5 ,,. . later than ,soeles soonn, en ay prelosn.O to pub irootien. " " '" Adrertisements fihneonaunontbUsnist io .epidor previous to insertions. . ... Births, Marrleges,.a#dDeatbe, Is. eaehbsetloi. TI aridssodenptateho byth Eoarliebts~ill ool poet of the olontiel s. uresIr itdseflor deasses.no C Me~s Tons. Br\0i1s hoe-strc, ,:,, y ., " p • W ". . .•t.he m riyee, (100, rl.) ee ..T.ee ir-So,.e1!? carkse)............. r. ThomnGarrett. rina sCrek ............ Mr. P. [M sh Troned ............Mr. BElisetrd, torsikesqpr Toeweaonto Bentrtit o.r.le r rthsaiae ....... . ....,.. . Ss sieli?D . ANK OF AUSTIIrALAES...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
BOUTH AUSTRALKA. (,rom the Adelaide Oboserer) Tao IO5Mo5ATo REo rlrTIONs.-- Thecetificate is to contaiti the nationality of the person holding it, and in case of transfer it is only to be available teo a person of the same nation. From a notice on the subject in our advertising columns we see that the proportion of emigrants to leave England in June and July next will be as follows :-England and Wales, 890; Scotland, 90; Ireland, 120; and that the numbers of eache sex will be equalised as far as possible. Tt must be borne in mind that not only are the due proportions of nationalities .to be observed in the issuing of certiflcatis, but that in the event of a certificate beingtransferred from one person to another, the fresh nominee must.be of the same nationality as the one in whose name the certificate was issued. This new regulation is considered necessary, lest a Scotchman mightbe come changed into an Irishman during the long voyage between England and Australia. HoxsEonTrHY.-It h...
(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
(5rW. the Coardr.) The Southern Oommissiiners, iessrm. Slidell and Mason, with their Secretiriee, have been - released in compllance with the demanlds of England, and left America on the 2nd January in her . Britannic Majesty's gun.boat Rin80 do. Peace between 'the Federal states and England is therefore assured. Several additional rigiments have left England for Canada, together with an adequate force of artillery. Before the 8Cth of December a correspondence had taken pliee between Lotd Lyons, the British Enroy at Washington,and'Secretriry Seward. In a despatch dated Deceiiber 27tb, Mr. Reward Bafirms that Ceptain Wilkes, of the Esn Jacinto, satled on his own authority in boarding.themail steamer, and capturing the Commissioners, and thereby committed an error for which the Cabinet at Wahingtoao were williig to make every reparation. Mr. Sewarid couclides by saying that, in order tht the principles for which the American govern. ment has always coitdsd may be maintaine he expresse...
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. IX. [TORRES STRAIT CRUIZE CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. IX. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) (eais ES sTrAiT CEUIO E CONTINUtED. Next day, December 28th, it was evident, from the small quantity of tortoise-shell brought off, that the supply was nearly, if not quite exhausted. However, we had every reason to be satisfied with the restilts. Had there been even a moderate pro bability of our being able to get back again frgm the Murray Isles, now in eight, we should have paid them a visit; but we had to content ourselves with a distant view. With the wind at N.W., we made very slow progress towards Cape York. On the irst day we gained nothing, having merely shifted from one bad anchorage to another much worse; but on the following day we actually gained four miles and three-quarters during the time of food tide, and got into the best anchorage we had yet enjoyed in the strait, or in a deepconcavity in the centre of the eastern side of the reelof Nepean Islet (Edugor). in twelve fathoms, sand,about one ...
COTTON FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
; CarTon naon ink teL-On d a much estoniahment wesoonated on the Tireephel Er change 4n aomsequesce of :the -ollowing mlheude&" inont baiugqiosted b'tawe news.roeni a %he ter tnoda has arrived at HImre witW 1n0s balms of cottoSaa a his loke som ae vesoelnth ufitii urgo c Tahais sbloakads esome voetstse *l h wti a tre oft supplies for tia-Contderates-fros -LiverpooL ?'he~arrivalf-of NeuNapvil*p'~dch;U nd 'ifficient off Savannash, and it was oonfdentl stt &inaudsedythnttdid Bermiudlib is'wt he'onl peseli sihsl s mn hhlokdwithik t Adset meth ~-~oi~p6E .lii8o~a Jsiirii I
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
TABMANIA. (Prom Lhs Lsseeuisi Zsuamer.) GoLD PBOsPEori?g -Measrs . Ditcham and Nor wood returned to town yesterday from Fingal, where they had been to sunpervise the prospecting operations of the Company. Several holes have been sunk, and though gold was found ,in Ill, it was not in sufficientquantity to be remunerative. One hole has been sunk about twenty feet deep, and the men are now working through' late rock, and as the sides are well supported by slabs blasting will be adopted when necessary. It is thought that the Company shouild confine itself to operations of this kind, which are too expensive for individuals to attempt; leaving surface washing and fossicking to private enterprise. PLumasoo.-Mr. Walker has discovered what appears to be a very promising lode of plumbago on his land at the Leven. A specimen can be seen at this office. CoPPeB.--We. believe we may state that a copper mine will soon be opened attheLeven. Becimeons of the mineral have been sent te the superintend...
STEAM COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
erax COanINIAOfTION. We believe that there is not a merchant or trader in thia town who has not suffered incon wenience, annoyanee, and los~ from the very inefecient manner in which the traille between srydney and the colony of Queensland is con ducted by' the Australaaian Steam Nayilation Company. Thesam& feeling which is evinced b the Peninsular candOriental Company in the coindet of their traffic hetween the nother country ansi Alrtralia, appears to govern-the directors of the Ausiralsaian Steam Navigation Company,--i.e., anyiing is good enough for these people. Time aft~ir time the merantsa i trfiardresein of this Colony hoave adfered inconvenie e through the irregularitiee and .break-downsof the steamers of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company; snd it is siotorions that, when there is no such irregularity, the steamers eiployed are inadequate tiprov~ide the required accomDmodation. So much so, in deed, that we have heard of the same goods being shut oat of two anoc...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
N6M064Kb6· 105 tEK WZS£. MASCe. - Beu r U nl I fltgh'Vsr.and r R Ia Et. Mina. I Afir. UI Irrrt ..n;1r~lr I s *0 1 5301l 60 111W100368A1 .... (.68 I .65 87 V 16 850 uIaL tr8nATr.....I B 656145t Bill 03 36IOIunnpn-·...·.-I. 2 9 63Sf 98413630 17.1 Mnai0....... 5 0 1 I 6 121 1081 110t The dlflimacela tint. 8hatwa high water at Lb. Oar sad 6.tubm8 to I hosrol sahisuoa. and It~awih h board El mulnnte, ,hicb Otferoace mouth. dded to tm tint Cf~l ·high Wrsin the 88r. Th.enrtrlul wiadaa tiieout 61 thu fla, 886 the hider, In ebertetnteit ~canoes ,aetnttn fRont one table, bat thoed So poenxlyacdlu&.J anld gawernee b~ 30 knnn law. Irt diweutoanbert Eimeu. i. ·TUEBDAY. MARCR~ 11, 1852.
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
pRODUCE OuROULARs? . - (Moat An Ca] W?oo,-Ther?e ,e ' better diposition to purhase manrfematsd at our aection sales this day than forseres weeks puast, ar, with the exe$etion of 'ea lot efl- i bales, the whole of that oed was quited at rtes fully -ptothose tely obtainable. bat? s won sold, the prindcipal lots PM,, 10 bales (loe), is 41d over Is 1 blmat s t h 'B-E, sl b alsaEt Is e; B oer 8, SS bales*tlai dt Ain diamond, 18 bales at· ad; and WEB, 11 btees (sored)'at la 9d. * Shstphino.-About ?00 wersold, for wi theae was good competition,pd lr wermsha rates wen fully allow.-QOfthe anatity?offered, one bad l oas - bought in the rsemalnim asks realised from 8s to aS3 .per owt.' lides.-We nclogued 1141 for this las y'u motion, all of wich vreseld, texpt a few smal lot wirthdrawn, latossuqnsof tthbeihole othe ?lct.tet being ldeant One lot, 111 fams the North, brghtleseach, adsi lot of a. 4 irw Zealanl, reatild ilos aho te vendrla'mslYotel st oot. E.?les Cijntr. ? .Woos.. a... d. a. I. S+...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
comttnltrcial. IPSW!cH. The followmgwool ha been received by Maim. W. "ray and Co. tot shipment per George idB:-- bales, t. CIsit 48 do.,I MFT & Co. 'e following produce has been received and for. ilalded :-From the stores of Maisr. G. H. Wilson sod Co.:-2 bairn wool, FR 8 hopghads tallow, 85 hides, T Wj Co. 1Enm the stor Mesar Panta and Co.:-88 teles wol, MI.T: 40 do. do., WY. Fron theutonas of M?i&rs. r. Forrest and Co.-8 bales wool, TT over ?; 1 hides 'ad S balse skins. rom the store of Mr. EL V. en[l-S bhies skinsl, S bundls shaeep~ os, oas tallow, MI.B, From the stores of ai s... w. . WilsO. and CL-li bets woo, IS; S bigshosds nllow, 85 hide, TW&Co.
DENILIQUIN STOCK MARKET. Monday, Evening February 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
DENILIQUTIN STOCK MARKET. Mo?day, Evening PFberu 024.,1862. The cattle market u dll s ever, no traeoion having oonuved to altar Its condition for the bettor. Not Oatttle have eossed sine e we last wrotme. The demand for Btor Sheep coastlou unabated, but we have be?d of ,neles havlng been eLfced. Bhen eFt , Shp we hive beard of two mobl from W~rooma (M'.Be')on the road to the Melbourne mart and eterd 18 at Wetho, from Wengeseslia (IZ,,L t. Br-edibb'e) neoed the river. No Honres hre paseed. Our Swan MilI Stook orrespondent writes as follows: -sBie- my la. Ctell '(M-'? Don,) erosed (Feb. th).118 head of .l at? mr f et d? cbd on the sa?t.e day Dr. Rein, of Molpa, t0cro 0t head of house. On the 10th instante Mr. NPtnnon 6r?oed 1400 store sheep from lhe Vietorian aide. On the 'lth 1588 head of fat cattle (Castell'a) from the Murray Down, crowed the river, and Mr. Gnat, of Houston, uhas alo gone down with a large mob of fat beites, for the market, and 50 head of hoses. A fook of 4000 store...
IMPOUNDED AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
IKPOUNDED A2 WARWICK. from Marpyveale, by order of A. Wienholt, Esq, on the 2Oth February, 1862, damages and driving expe.nse, m. Cd. per headt: One red cow, Mi offribs, WJ offrnump, cock horns One red cow, WR offrump, like WJ off ribs Black and white bullock, piece outnear-ear, like ALT near rump, 2 near shoulder One yellow and white cow, illegpible brand off ribs bOne strawberry poley cow, WE off rump, blotch o ibm One yellow and whitbesow, WE off ramp, blotch ribs and ramp One red and white heifer calf, unbranded One brindle bulleck, i everT se?rshonulder, BE near ribs - One red and whitebolloek, WE offtrmp, blotch on ribs One cci and white bllock likb WJ of thigh and ribs One blue bull calf uabranded One strawberry cow, diamond offsahoulder, earos cut One brindle and white bulloek, DEBY offribs, W on loins, 7 offthigh One strawberry heifer, like Wi off thigh and ribs One strawberry bullock, like WI off ribs and thigh One red and white cow, like Loff cheek Onel s trawberry, heife...
[MR. BREWSTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
- tn. RREWsme.) Stations.-Theesn many equirleb? rale ar, how. ever, diiocult to negooiste layers ad ueler ditaiug ae to prioe. _ Store eattle.--But little improvsmebb asde;a some. (hbuamtreduned rte. The onl sale I bhrveto ns ?tat otfeightbundred (800)from the herd of ,?.'.h?aps, Esqi, on the B'lstye ]IQve an. ~ ' loc ftom I to 7 year old, to be delired at Good' Inn, o n the Ba-nes, QueeOnand, t thirty abilin~ (80s~ )er head cah. Quotation sminaLd tore Sheep.-Yhere is a aetve demsp l fotu r on a ae, from sidena to lye years eld. The td kts oftirng are, however, aged and ouled, w h are wro' diff oult to edI. Ihare so lo thfiWsam (9000) tuel, tfull, bt none bnb?kn-mouthed, A La boeke of te LorEnne Mar Ineg, ette shillge(10) pa he~-aa. W ctlhka awe c~ot a afare~or ·ic qcac~tIty· qclsot·Uatlj aM as follows-n~is ewes, ILa to 56sr tlwe. to Ie yese old, 1Is to l2a; foul-mouthed, 9. to 10. i aged mad coils, Os to O. Wotlsac 8. to 9.. Oqoatrsa' Erobmnse. Geote-·satret Sydney. Pob. 98
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. (FPron the Sydney Hforming Herad.) The present week is closing gloomily. Th English news, jest received via Mauritius, disclosed sufficient ptobabilities of war with the Northern States of America to render people anxious, and to creato much discussion in all quarters. But the announcement of Prince Albert's death has caused an amount of regret. and elicited an amount of sympathy with our beloved Sovereign, which cannot have been exceeded in any part of her dominlons. A proclamation announcing the fsTct, and directing a public mourning on Sunday, 2nd March, was issued on Thursday. To.day (Friday) there have been forty-two minute guns at morning and evening from the men.of-war in port, and a like number from Fort Macquarie at noon. The Government and Consular flags, and those of the shipping in port, have been at half-mast. A great many private establishmients have been partially closed. At the Supreme Court, however, two Judges and two j uries. have sat all day, owi...
Original Correspondence. LOCK-UP AT GATTON. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
Original Corrnsponbtancc. LOCK-UP AT GATTOIN. To the Editor of the Quee?nlad Times. S?R,-Permit me, through the msedium of your hig~hly vaolablejournal, to make known a grievrance requiring immediate redress--namely, the lock-up here, as alaothe barrack. As you are doubtless aware, Mr. Editor, this place, Gatton, ;s daily becoming more and more im portant, and ere long bids fair to outstep many of the older and larger townships in the colony in the rame of advancement. It is ehameful in the extiems to permit the existence of the lock-up here, not that it is a bad building-no, but it is far too small for the double pur pose of a dwelling for the man in charge the (lock.up keeper) and a prison. Again, Mr. Editor, the next thing to which I shabl ell your attention to is the barrack, an old dilapidated tumbling-down building, and-to use a vulgar phrase, and toupeak to the point-a place with I ten times ten thousand fleas in; and mind you, Mr. Edi- I tor, think you not, will they know a ...