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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
SALEB BY AUCTION. EXTENSIVE SALE OF GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. "] M. COCKBURN has received instructions .A. to Sell by Publio Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas.street, THIS DAY, the 14th Instant, at II o'clock precisely, the following goode, in excellent order, viz : 5 casks Henley's Devonshire Champagne Cyder 4 cases Colmsn's No.1 Starch I case Chick's Laundry Blue 5.,age Patna Rice 5 bags machine-dressed Carolina Rice 1 case, containing 7 tins Mixed Spice 2 tins ground Jamaica Ginger 461bs. whole brown Ginger 1 cask Carbonate Soda 1 case Brown and Poison's Glenfield Starch 1 case lhb.-tins fresh Salmon 5 cases Moir's Fresh Oysters 1 case fresh Lobsters 2 cases Pearl Sago. 2 cases Mushroom Ketchup 2 casks Shell Almonds 1 case Itutmegs - 14 casks Marrian's Ale 25.half chestsCongen Tea, ex Cornwall 1 case Indian Chutney 2 cases Cprry Powder, quarts 2 cases ? do. pints tcases do. half-pints 2 cases do. quarter-piatls Termes, Cash... 425 TO CHEMISTS, DRUGGISTS, AND-OTHERS. For Positive Sale. H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
heI Aueru0Tanbs times. TERMS : --...o T?]gM8 z Soascnusrrso.-The amount of eubsolption to the Queenisand Times is Seven Shillings sand Bipene per qusrter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and 8is pence credit. The quarters terminate on the'80th Sep tember, 8lat December, 81st March, and 10th June, at which periods oely can sabscribers deoline, by tiring notice, and paying the amount due to the ad of the current quarter. Single copies, Sinpence. ADVRTISEMscmr S ars ainserted dlg to the fis .owing scale :, • at. 8. Tao lines.............................. 1 0 Four linos.... ............... 0 Sin lines ................................. 8 4 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all adverthise. ,menta continued For 6 insertions ............... 10 percent. 13.·1... 15..,, b 26 ................. I5 All odvertisements must specify on the fsee of them bthe number of times they areto be inserted, or they w...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
EXPORTS. George Kidd: 33 bales wool, Hardie & Wienholt ; 147 bales waool, Bell & Sons; 148 bales wool, Kent &.~ Wienholti 79 bales wool, George Thorn ; 89 bales .wool, A. Wienbolt ; 2bates wool, H. & F. Issac; 20 bales wool, W. J. North; 81 bales wool, Hodgson & Watts0 58 balesa wool, P. & F. Bigge; bales wool, J. Ivory; 80 bales wool, John Ferrett; 20 bales wool, Thttorini & Co.; X20)4 bales wool, J. W. Buckland; 98 bales wool, W.Turoer; 69 )lealrool, Willi m Rawnson; 79 bales wool, T. de L. Moffratt & Co.; 70 bales wool, Walter OGrsy & ~o. S bales wool, William North; 66 bales wool, Panton &dCo.; 82 bales wool, 8648 hides, J. & G. Harris; 16 bales wool, Manager of the Bank of Aistralasiad; 17 bales wool, J. W.Buckland; 749 horns, 101 tons bones and hoofs, J. Campbell & Co.; I ase speenmens natural history, G. Diggles; 1 pareel, F. G. Bigge. Recapitulation of produee:-1324 bales wool, 84...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
1)ipplag )tetgnuigR. DEPARTURES. March 11.-Govermor, brig, 147 tons, Captain MYA -: fay for Sydney, aith a oargoof bone manurei. MBatch 12.-George Kidd, 418 tona, Captain Coleman, or London. Passeager--Mrs. Morrison. Marech 12.-Masy Packet, eooner, 80 tona Captain Lawaon, for the Richmond River,in ballat.
EMPLOYMENT FOR THE "GREAT EASTERN" IN THE AUSTRALIAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
EMPLOYMENT FOR THE "GREAT EAST. ENY" IN THE AUSTRALIAN TRADE. (Proe MitchelrTs Steam Shipping Journal.) The great unfortunate lies in a crippled state at Milford Haven, and, judging from the low state of the company's exchequer, it will be some months before she is put in a tit state to breast the elements again. Even when repaired, fresh difficnuties will arise. Among her shareholders there are those who persistently holdi to the belief that she was desig6ed for long voyages; to distant seas she shouli be sent. Taking all things into consideration, perhaps the best arrangement would be, to try the experi moent of a trip to the antipodes. The Great Britain lay a long time rusting belfre she fell into theprac. tical hands of Messrs. Gibba and Bright, of Liver pool. These gentlemen have turned her to a good and useful purpose. In the Australian trade she is a favourite, and commands high fares and quick despatch. If the same firm, or any other house of spirited enterprise, owned the G...
OUTRAGE BY TRADES UNIONISTS. She[?]d, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
. OUTRAG?E BY TRADES UNIONISTS. (Prom the Tiee, Nov. 25.) Sherbe d, Satrrday Evening. We have again to record one of those atrocious attempts upon life and property for which the town ofSheffield has attained such unenviable notoriety. In this case there is every probability that the outrage will result in the death of a woman who was one of the sufferers. It appears that at the estenqive fender, stove, and grate works at Greenlane of Aldermen II.E. Hoole, ex-Mayor of Sheeld, there have for a long time been disagreements between the men employed in grinding fenders and their employer in consequence of disputes on the question of wages The men have gone out on strike, and their places have been partially supplied by others. Against these, as a matter of course, the most deadly enmity and malevolent ferocity have been displayed by the turnouts. One of the men who have gone into work, named Wastoidge, has been partieularly singled outfor annoyance and insult: but he has persevered in g...
HUMANE ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
vHUMANE ADv?ETRa.-The following singnlar occurrence was witnessed on Saturday night in the neighbourhood of Colchester :-A solitary man; in a aIxmentable state of drunkenness, driving himself in his market cart, rwas met in the Mersea-road by a well-known gallant Major of the Colchester gar rison. The keen eye of the oficerperceiving studke issuing from the driver's clothes, he turned his horse's head, and, clapping spurs to its sides, gave chase to the man on fire. As the pursuer neared the fugitive the drunken man could not undlerstand that he was to be so easily beaten, and applying his whip to hIris horse, away helew. The Major put on the steam also, but the pace was too great and the road too narrow to enable him to pass the smoking man, who, from the draught caused by his lgaht, was unaware of his being on Bre and leaving a broad trail of smoke behind: so awr they went, the wondering villagers turning out too late to stop, the infuriate man. At length they reached a wide plrt ...
SINGULAR CRICKET MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
SINGULAR CRICKET MATOCHES Amorng modern Royal cricketers we may mention George IV , who formed a cricketgmround adjoining tihe P.avilion st Brighton, where his Majesty, when Pince of \Wales, occasionally figured as a batsman and fieldsman ; and the Royal ClarenceCricket Club at Hampton was instituted by William IV. The ' Sailor King," from havieg passed his earlier days at sea, knew little practically of the game; but as ihe was at hear·t an Engliasbman, he patronised every manly pursuit. Towards the latter end of the last and commencement of the present century, cricket as the faivourite amusement of the aristocracy, and among the most brilliant players were the Dukes of Hilamilton, Richmond, and Bedford, and Lord \Viichiiisea. There was scarcely a village in England where the eliWe did not meet to contend for nmatches, five hundred and a thousand guineas a-side. Two curious gar.es are upon record: the first was for a thousand guineas, and took place at Montpelier Gardens. Walworth...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO 26TH JANUARY. QUEEN IN GOOD HEALTH. NATIONAL MONUMENT TO PRINCE ALBERT. FALLING OFF OF REVENUE. REPUDIATION OF WILKE'S PROCEEDINGS BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. MORE TROOPS FOR CANADA. GREAT PREPARATIONS IN CANADA TO RESIST INVASION. DESTRUCTION OF CHARLESTON HARBOUR AND GREAT FIRE. REDUCTION OF FRENCH ARMY. NEGOCIATIONS FOR THE RECOGNITION OF THE ITALIAN KINGDOM. THE POPE REFUSES TO GIVE UP ROME. IMPROVEMENT IN THE CONDUCT OF RUSSIA TOWARDS POLAND. SPAIN SUCCESSFUL IN MEXICO. ILLNESS OF SIR W. T. DENISON. CHOLERA RAGING IN BOMBAY. MONEY CHEAP. ADVANCE IN WOOL. IMPROVEMENT IN PRICE OF CONSULS. Sydney, Wednesday, Noon, 12th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGILISH M1AIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO 26TH JANUARY. QUEEN IN GtOOD HEALTH. NATIONAL MONUMENT TO PRINOCE ALBERT. , FALLING OFF OF REVENUE. REPUDIATION OF WILKE'S PROCEEDINGS BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. MORE TROOPS FOR CANADA. GREAT PREPARATIONS IN CANADA TO RESIST INVASION. DESTRUCTION OF CHARLESTON HARBOUR' AND GREAT FIRE. REDUCTION OF FRENCH ARMY. NEGOCIATIONS FOR THE RECOGNITION OF THE ITALIAN KINGDOM. THE POPE REFUSES TO GIVE UP ROME. IMPROVEMENT IN THE CONDUCT OF RUSSIA TOWARDS POLAND. SPAIN SUCCESSFUL IN MEXICO. ILLNESS OF SIR W. T. DENISON. CHOLERA RAGING IN BOMBAY. MONEY CHEAP. ADVANCE IN WOOL. IMPROVEMENT IN PRICE OF CONSULS. SSydney, Wednesday, Noon, 12th March, 18662. P[FaOx ouR OWa COBRazPONDERT.) B ELECTRIC TELEGRAOPH. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navi gation Company's royal mail steamship Northlamn has arrived, with English news to the 26th of January. Via Adelaide we have information that the Bombay left Point?de Galle with the December. mails on the 2...
THE OCCUPATION OF NEW COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
THE? 00OUPATION OF NMEW COUNTRY. TaB occupation of the vast interior of Queens land is of primary importance to -the whole of its inhabitants. Every obstacle placed in the way of such occupation is a check to our onward progress, and whenever such an obstacle is placed in the way to serve the purpose of private gain, it produces a re-action which is detrimental to the best interests of the commuunity. We are induced to make the foregoing observations in consequence of the numerous complaints which we hear from time to time, of the manner in which the " Squatting Acts " are carried out. It is well known that upwards of 2000 tenders for runs were.sent in to the New ZSouth Wales' Government, by speculators who hadnever seen any portion of this colony. Availing themselves of the descriptions of the interior given by Sir TaoMAs MITCHsELL, LxEICcaARDT, K[NNEDY, and others, coupled with the maps in the Surveyor.General's office in Sydney, certain parties who were favoured with access to th...
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
CANADA. The British Government have despatched O11,000 more troops to Canada. Great excite. ment caused there through the prospect of? war oonsequent on the seizure of the Confederate Commissioners. . . . . The inhabitants of the Provinces, including all races,.at once commenced an organization to resist invasion from the Federat Satteslof America, the greatest spirit of loyalty saad enthusiasm beiug . manifeated towards the mother country.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
AMEa[CA. The Federal Government most distinetrfulau unequivocally disavow any comnlicity widiitl?h seizure of the Confederate Commissioners, an4 . declares that no instructions were ever given'o Captain Wilkes, who acted throughout on his' own responsibility. The Commissiohers. and their secretaries hsave -been given up, and the Cabinet of Wasshington have expresse..~heiJr -illingness to make any reparation that inter national law requires. The Federals are making use of their superior advantages in tlhe possession of a navy. . They, have atterly destroyed Charleston lHarbour by sinking sixteen laden vessels aot its entrance, whilst the town has almost been destroyed by fire. A great expedition is litting out against the Slave States, in the hope of obtainilg a rising of the slave population, and-thus striking a vital blow at the Confederate States. SThere have been a iew skirmishes between the Federal and Confederate forces, but no de cided movements of magnitude.
BRISBANE. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
BRISBAN E. Thursday afternoon. (Prom our pecka? Correspondent.) My letter, puhlished in your last issue, has created quite a commotion amongst a certain party down here; the information therein contained was known only to a few, sand there is a great talk of traitors in the camp, breach of coufidence, &c. You will most likely have some disclaimer of my statements, such as the amount is not £1500 which has been expended on new plant, and that there is no sectarian tendency in the conduct of your con temporary, together with other quibbles which you have often experienced. I may here state that Father Duhig did not plainly state that be wanted servant girls to "sup port a journal," Ac., but to subscribe to a more ment which had in view the advocacy of Roman Catholic prinyiples. The ignominious defeat suffered by ex-Alderman Mayne at the last election is attributed by his co religionists to sectarian feeling, which produced an "unholy alliance" between the Courier and the G sar...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 March 1862
IPBWICEI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The uual weekly meeting took plae on Wednesday, at four o'clock. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Oribb, O'Maller, Watknlus, Thorn, Clune, and Stanley. - The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, also the Overseer's report. A postscriFt to the latter drew the a'tention of the Coeneil to the facte that some of the gravel raised at the quarry had been re moved by some person unknown to the Overseer. After a short discussion, the Overseer was instructed to plats a notice on a board near the gravel, saying that any peraon found removing it would be prosecuted. He was told to brilg up before the policeourt any persona he might see taking away the gravel. The return of ranes unpaid, moned for at the hlat meeting, was laid on the table. LoD BALE, JOULY, 1861. A letter was read from the Government, informing the Council that, after considering the application of the Corporation, they had determined to hand over the moiety, and the Troasurer had been...