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AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVYIDENT SOCIETY. The thirteenth annmal s?.eting took place on the 2Sh, ultirno It was halld& for three a clock, at the odioe in IHunteratreet. bui~for want of room, was apljpurned to Messrs. Richardson and Wrench'as -uction room, Pittastreet. George King, Esq., the Chairman of the institution, presided. Tha,following ,repost was read by the Sea. rert7--.- • " 12'te?ek Annual Report of the Direlters of the AstLr. i., . lian AMatuel Provident Society. rTL business transacted in 1861 shows a large imre'a, as compared with the aperations of any forenier 7ear.,2282,VioQ hes bean assaoed on lives .by 418 polici% the premium income from whi.h amounts to £t'0,28.so. 10d; 91 endowmentpolicies hare been ie reincd, ing in annualdpremiums £1116 18s. 7d.; o po liti for deferred annuities have also been issued, in iauajteiwmiume payable tinder which are £600 Ls., making the gross addition to annual.income £11,955 Wes. &?d Three present anniuties were also pur?...
AMERICA. New York, November 15th [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 March 1862
AREEIC1UA. - New York, Novem ber 6it' Ther is no conclusive evidence ofthe eoeupatihni of Besoufort by the Federals. - The Charlestaoi papers of the 12th instant deny: that the Federals have occupied the town;, and state that reinforeements behad been se'thither by t~te Confederates, whbo re preparing to defeid the totwU r The Federals, however, haveoccupied Hilton lelad? the cotton crop on whichb was found.to haveb:5?pe fired by the residents biforelealitog.: . The C?harZetson Coawier esaysv that there?s little: cotton stored at or nearBeaufort. The New York journals state that the Fedel Government has not determined whether Beaufoitlt shall be made a port of eatry. The Southern journale state that blask flage been hoisted at Charleston and- Sav~aninab',. ; indication that no quarter would be given,, anli,-. none would be asked. Eighteen Federal officers, prisoiersi wr:..?t Bichmond, havre been eselected to bel d . the Federal Government hang the crew ot s vateer Savannah. Confirma...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. Brisbane, March 13th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
Grig ital (&aorrct0p1otlIt tc. To the Editor sf athe Quensand ieas. Brisbane, March 18th, 1862. Srla,--y attention has been accidentally called to the following pargroph from your "peeolal eorrespondent" at Brisbene, in your issue of Tuesday laut: "I may also go a little further, and inform you that the BRe. Father Duhig hen bean earnestly impressinog upon the servant girls and others in thu lona ity, the duty of upporting a journal advocating Roman Catholic principles. EBvry word of that eentenaoe is a geos and vile talse : bDbd. I think [are a right to at' the name of this anonymous sandore ; be good ebough to give it to me, .'... .?: ',..t ' .Yours.&e, ., .. • ?: ..... 9' 17. I .? etnla oftle above-?..pa, wi ealo the Zsear. , ss do at fsna e hat dcie h tuetBt
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
IPSWICOH POLICE COUBT. Tuesday, March 11. Gorge Bennett w fined is. for drakenaneu: in default 24 hours' in the cella Tommy, an aboriginal, charged with a similar offence, was discharged with a reprimand. Csahsrine Krowle. Mre. Olements.-Obscene languages: fined Ilo., and 4e. 6d. coats. Patrick Hill, eherged with using obsoene langage was remanded till the 14th. Martin 3Maensmara e. Sterling Minor. This was a oase of illegal detention of a Loron. The plaintiff, it appears, sold the horse abount .ten months ago to one Thomas Fitsimmn ns, who inetected Minor to breok-in the hoere. After this he sold the horse bark to plaintiff, but did not tell Minor of his having done so. When be aold it he told Minor to get it in, so that he might deliver it. When plaintiff claimed the horse t was in hobbles, aed was at defendant's ples. The hoere was delivered up te plaintiff ot its being claimed: dismissed. SArllhur White charged with felony, was e'anded till Tuesdny, the 18th. Willism Jackson was...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
- Loral anhl IiDtriht N~flo. / TYmE IreweoC DrsTaroCT Gnaxr RcHOoa?.-We -nre glad to inform ou.readers.that the provisional om aittee of this institution have raised the.£100t reguired 'o enable them to avail themseliee of the provisions of ;the Grammar.nhools' Act. A consaiderble .aaiditional -am has'been promised,'but as the committee desire to poceed at once,othey have claosed thelist with'thebl000, ;and willthold a meetingashortly, for the purpose of no maninatingtrustees, in accordance witlf'the proriions of 'the Aolt. TBa.Mbre wan T?.?zOBRP.-The Telegraph is to • leave Brisebane at 6a.m. on Saturday. The mails will be ,made 'up at Ipswich as follows :-For Vitoria, South Australia, and New Zeanlad, at 10 a.m. this day. For tydney-PEorregistered letters and. newspapers, at SOAD p.m.: and for all otlbher letters at 4 o'clock p.m. this day (Friday). TaHE REVISION OF PTHE ELECTOLer .L BoLss-The e vision.Court for the town of Ipswich, and the electoral district of'West Morstn, will ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
YLELBOUTENE. The Ballearat Tweuty two got 122 in their first innings with tile All-England Eleven on Saturday. .Mr..Hayward,reently an Alderman of Melbource, and well-known as the host of 4he Bull and Mouth, shot himselfon Sunday evening. A movement heas been initiatedto establish direct -steam communication between Melbourne and E1ngland. The Mareo Polo has been reported off the coast, and ie .hourly expected. She will bring later~Eng -iah newe.
SYDNEY. Tuesday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
SYDNEY. (From the Guardri.) Tuesday, March 11. It is rumoured that a new gold field has beho iscovered about thirty miles of the Laehlan dig ings. The ·sinking is thirty feet in depth, and if e are to believe the reports, some heavy finds have en made. A sad event took place on Sunday, Mr. Benry arnett, a clerk in the Post-ofice, having shot him. If at the dinner table. The cause is said to be eonusy. Mr. Garnett suspecting that his wife was nfaithftil. A new trial will be moved for in the caseof Robey ersus the Australian Joint Stock Bank. The assurance of the continuance of peaceful latsone with America has not prevented our go. ernmient from brnging onut, as much as possible, he defensive resouroesof-this colony. A gentleman f considerable experience is coming here from ielbourne immediately, for-the purpose of .orgaeis g the Naval Brigade. Another battery is to beconstructed on one of the slands in the harbour, but it is not exactly known hich. The Sydney Volunteer Rifle Bmttati...
KEW GARDENS AND THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
Kew GARDRNns AND THE GUEAT ERxIBITtoN Or 1882.-The beautiful ribbon flower.bed, fifty feet in length by seven in breadth, is esill the one leading attraction of the season. The flowers ase now exceedingly brilliant. heing at the climax of their autumnal beauty. All the greet centres of English industry are seudino agents and artists to colpy it, as a design and pattern for part of the goods they are making for tieGreat Exhibition of next year, izv Manchester--prints, chintz, draperies. hc.; ?orentry-ribbons; Hidderminster-eoarpere; Glas. gose-muelins, shawls, &ho.; Yorkshire colored tatble covers; Belftst--demask tahle linen, &c Nolting ham-lace; Maeelesfleld, Derby, and Spitallields silks, embroideries, &c ; Dublin-mixed fabrie: Paisley-Scotch goods and window muslins; Bradford--moreens and damasks; Clerkenwell- anrtifeial flowers; and the pstteries-.China and porcelain. A lady of title has ordered 'to be msaufactured for her fifty yards of stair carpetipg. ...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
Eiouiwwtrrial. I" : : PlWICMH. The lollowlng produce has been reoeived and for.j wearded :-F?rom the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-20 bales wool, M VW; 20 ditto, AxW; 12 casks tallow, TW & Ce. From the store of Messrs. W. Gray vnd Co.--31 bales wool, F. & F. Bigge. From the stores -ofMessrs.Panton and Co.-10 bales wool, MFT. From the stores of Mr. H. V. Hassell-18 bales wool, H & T. From the stores of Mr. . Forrest-18 bales wool, TT over'T.
(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
(From tIhe Courier.) Wool.-The JanuRy sales (?) commenced on the th, and, although bet few transactions took place, ere was still a slight advance on the rates ob ined at the November sales. The accounts from eds and Bradford are more eatisfactory, and, onld a fair demand continue, it is probable that ood prices will be established at the February and arch sales. Tetllow.-In this market there has been a slight decline, pricese beinE reported 5s.lower than in the previous month (November). A further reduction is expected.
FEMALE EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
FEMALE EDUCATION. A Correspondent lhas taken tile trouble to copy the following extract, and requests us to publish it: Old maids, like the hooseless and unemployed poor, shoult not askl for a pilace and an iccupatin in the worMl; the demand disturbs the happy and rich; itdisturhs parents. Link at the lumerons familiesof girls in this neigihboUi hood-tlle lro. thern of these girls are every one in husiness or in professions; they lhave 'somethieg to is, ; their sisters have no earthly empliiyment but hlmhold work and sewing; no earthly pleasure but ar. unprofitable visiting ; and no hipm, in all their lives to come, of anylhin hbetter. Tl'his stannt state of tinbes makes them dlecline in health; theyare never well, andl their mmnds asid their views shrink to windrous narrowness. The great sish, the silo sim of every uone of them, is ti be marriedl, but the majority will never marry; they will die as they now live ;-they schlneme, tlwy plot, they dress to ensnare husbalnds. Tie gentl...
SYDNEY. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
BYDNEY. PRODUCE. CIROULARS. - [tROB D a CO.] Wool.-For our this day's aucdtion sales we scatalnogue 425 bales, of which 283 bales were quitted. There was good competition, and the market Arm at late.rates, with an upward tendency. Tune parcals passed consisted of lots on which the reserees were in excess of the present current rates, and most of which were seedy or otherwise faulty. The principal lots sold were--RH, 27 bales scoured, at 224d; ID. in diarond, 72 bales fleee, at I9td; over JB, 14 bales, at 18d; HG, 10 baleos, at 184d HE, 15 bales, at 18d; W over T, 15 bales, at 20d; CB, 11 bales grease, at 9td; and K, 12 bales, at 10td per lb. Sheepokins in moderate supply, and no altecration in value to note. Tallow.-Veryvlittle demand-for shipment. About80 casks were sold to the trade, at. late quotations. Bides.-Ofthe quantity offered, only a few parcels were sold; one lot of 40 realiseod 14s, and sevetal other parcels inferior Ss to 7e9d edb. PasICES COaRtaNT. WooL. e. d. a. d. Su...
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
* ENGLI8H Oo)IbltL1uWATT~~.'.' Money, is pI0~4ifuI an ~jcheap. l];jspounta have fallen to 21 pejcehntJ I:.r~l. ,. . · The ,minhsket~rfpr ~EDgliah;Pnbhda I :buoyant. Coisaols,021ee ib9a:' L7·.a l )i·~r ,: ~VooL, pocted to rule at the next urioilily salep. No ohauge oF Iinporsranc urn other prohj~. Sydnby, Thursday, 6 p.m. Business quiet pending the arrival of the nglish mail. Wool dull of sale. Sheepskini same as t report. STallow, £3 per ton lower. Hides, inferior, dificult of sale. Good avy parcels, 16s. to 16s. each. 800 sold.
THE ARTIFICIAL PRODUCTION OF STUPIDITY IN SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
THE ARTIFICfIL PRODUCTION OF STUPIDITY IN SCHOOLS. The above is the title of a broatrei by a medical mai, Mr. Carter, and is reprinted from the Journal of Psyckological Medicine, and published inder the auspices of the British and Colonial Education Association last year. The pamphlet begins with a joke:-Ajudge once complimented a witness as he retired from the box, with, "You are entitled to great credit, sir, You must have taken infinite pains with your self. No man could naturally be so stupid." Mr. Carter then prosee 's to show that the pre railing system and existing teachers effectually do that for their pupils which the witness wa a presumed to hasve done for himoself. The sensa tional, and not the intellectual, part of tie scholar is acted on. Here is Mr. Carter's phi' losophyof the matter: The first point to which attention should be called is the'existence, in the young of the human species, of a distinctly duplex educability; depend. Ing upon distinct functions of the bra...
[MR. BREWSTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
[it. BBEWOTEBE. Stations.-Station properties in favourite districts are 4tioquired for, more particularly sheep runs, lightly awaked, ;od'fastenino stations within easy distance of market roomre Ceitle.-The demand is vreryJimited, and con fined to well-bred lote suitable rfor placing on new ruos inQQueeniland; but to effect sales, low conre~sions a to terms of payment will hare to beszbmitted to. Quo, oatioos nominal Store Shrep.-There.is an active.demand for all de scriptious of-female sheep, from 1 to 5 years old, and of this class of stock the market is very bare. Wetherm are also more enquired for, and some few good lots would ded buyers at full rates. Quotstions are: For maiden efwes,;3s to 15a i 3 to 5-year old ewes, Its to 12s; full seouthed, 9sto lOs;-cwehert4 to 4yearae to soper head. Sydney, eth March.
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
MELBOURNE. easrs. J. H. Clough & Co. report WooL- Sinue our last report there have been two publie wool sales, which were held on Friday lost, at which nearly 3,000 balescwere brought forward. At the sale in the morning a considerable quantity of the wool, recorered from the wreck of the Livingstone was offered, one4ot of which realized 231d per. lb.; the remainder was withdrarwn, oaWer made not avring come up to prices paid for the same on:the beach at Guichen Bay, and, altogethler, about 600 bales were sold. ,t our sale in the afternoon we had nearly 1,000 bales cataloged, of ehich quaatity we sold over 600 bales. Prices genecally were a shade easier than hulast ale rates, but on the?hole ,flly better of the Mail The news eia Mauritius, per ihp Thomas Brown, is of a very important character, a simmary of which will be founad in another colonin; and itis difficult to foresee what oeect it may have upoo these marketos. Tallow.--Wedisposed of about 50 casks tallow, by auction...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES. Bf AUCTION. STunls.DA. - By Mr. H. M. Cocgnuxr, at hi. rooms, Nicholas street, at 11 o'clock, general merchandsce. SATUrbunl MauwoaI. & r By Mesnrs. MAc EZXi, and BQWLrD, at the areid ene of Mr. Myers, Thorn.stse,'t d A o'olook, ?hpsshold furniture. AlSo,at their LMart, at 2 o'cloek,gseaneral eale.