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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. TO CHEMISTS, DRUGGISTS, AND OTHERS. For Podtilve Sale. iH M.CDOOKBURN has rereived instructions Sfrom N Bailrtley, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises, in Brisbane-street, Ipswich, On FRIDAY, the 21st Iustant, at 11 o'clock precisely, THE WHOLE OF T?E STOOK-IN-TBlADE, at present in the possession of Mr. R. M. Barnes, at the MEDICAL HAIL, eonsting.of Pi?s, Chemicals, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, "o f BotBtes, Phial Bottles. about 600 Gilt-labelled I w? ottieas. , with their various contents, Medicine hbest, &c., &r. The whole forming a complete assortment for an extensive dru~ establishment. To be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Noreserve. Terms,Cash. 437 26 ACRES MAIZE AT REDBANK. Hl M. COCKBUBN has-received instructions UL frem Mr. J. H. King to Sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nichola.treet, On sATURDAY, the 02nd Instant, *- : At I o'clock precisely, ('AOBES MAITE, more or less, mowr g on uis form at Redbauk Plains, 10 daces of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
Efbt durtnelants Eitm?. --+--4 F TERMS t. SuascarrPTaot.--The amount of' sibabdptios to the Queensland Times is Seven Shnlings end Sixpenceper quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shilling and Bix pence credit. Thie quarters terminate on the BOth Sep. tember, .81st December, 81st March, and 80th June, at which periods only can subsaribers de?line, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the en of the current quarter. Single copies, Sixpence. AbVErTIBEMENThTS r nserted cormdig to th tiol owing scale: 5. d. Two lines................................. 1 0 Four lines................................. 2 0 Sixlines 1 ................................ 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The follewing Discount is allowed on all advertise-. ments continued For 6 insertions ............... 10 per cent. .3 ,, . ............... 15 26 as ......... 2 5 , " All advertissments must specify on'the face of them the numbler of times they are to ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
DEPARTURES. March 14.-Saldanha, ship, 1543 tons, Oaptain Daw. son, for Callao, in ballast March 14.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, OCapin O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs.Moffatt, 7M. Perston and child, Mrs. Heath, child, and nurse, Mrs. Brown, Miss Brown, Messra J. A. Bell, H. O. Russell, D. Zollermon, Levy, B. M. Ferguson, J. B. Dixon, Howard St. George, Joseph Foote, E. B. Southerden, J. L. Andrewn, Bodger atheaff, and 20 in the atenrage.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
tlibpptng *nttlligencc. ARRIVdALS. Macnh 14.--larence, steamer, OCaptain Cottlier, from the Nothernports. Psssengers-Mr. Justde Lutwyohe, Mr. ing, ( oey-Geneal), Mr. Brown (Sherif), Mr.,Little (Crown Solioitor), Mr. Jones, Mr. Blakeney, f. Cary, Mr. Kellitt, Mr. Black, Mr: KaHnes, Mr. sgram, Mr. Wilmoti. Mr. Barker, Mr. Margary, Mr. . B. Scardon, Mr. 1. Wright, Mr. Longlands, Mr. HIelinam, Mr. E. Davies, Mrs. Wilmott, Mr. and Mn. Grant, the Rev. Dr. Cani, the Rev. R. Benehan, Capt. Allison, Mrs. Connelly and infant, and 80 in the steer, age. March 14.-H. M. S. 8. Viotoria, Captain Norman, from the Gtlf of Ca penitaria. Macnh 16.- Kembla, steamer, 80 tons, Capinin Bell, from Sydney 18th minstant. Passengers--Mirs. W. G. arris, MassI Harris, Mr. H. S. Gionfell, Mr. W. Oowper, Mr. Furland, and nice in the steerage.
WOOL REPORT.—JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
WOOL BEPORT;.-JJ A n A 25. :' Since the termination of the Amierionc diffiSlt~t some traneaptions hare taken place, t j ; bL dv«ne on rovember rates. Accounts frmonim"tee( and Bradford are better; aodshonlI, a ftirdefishd " -ontinue, it is probable fair.pricePitll be eatabliaef at the Febraary and March sales. Exports. to Sydney for Decemnber; £3QE8L7;; against £35.3.872 for November. .necembear 0i .l ; paints. and earthenware, woolpackns ad bushel b'ag,'. salt, ram, geneva, also beer (in balk and' glass)":ar, h e a v y . .- ·- " Exports to Yictvria for Decemeir £4171951, being a decrease oftf6i20? : -"u*oce :'i~noho.' taryi haberdashery, and millinery, about half the; viliue o: the previous month's exporrts Apparel aai wrouglht': leather unchanged. Metalsand hardwari]ecrrBsed.e Baeon. cheese, and butter very moderate.' i Wine~ s -.nd spirits, small quantities: Beer, nbimlk,heavy_;. in gless, mtoderate. The report of the Enelish and" Abstadi~an CIliart.-: ered Bank shews a dividend,...
MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
MONEY MARKET*A-ND CITY UJTELLI~tNCD. V The receipt of the intelligence on t .ab ,&il h,-: Januaryof the peswefnl solution of the Ai&nerica-:" difficulty caused securities to -is~Trom4tuo to four per cent. -n The bank rate of discount ise. reduced to 2) -per 1cent., and general animation'prevailed. The Bank of France reduced its rate of discount. from 4 to 34 per cent. Odinsauls 92 to 93. Tenders are invited for 1,600,000 worth of;. Victorian Government 4ix per cent. Debenture. and although ia the present state of the Mnu"neT Market this operation should be successful, yetshai ? the first announcement Victorian Debentures fell 4 per cent. COLONIAL GovEaRNmExT aEcirmTs.·. New Suuth Wales 5 per cent., 1866. 99 to t1 -6O Victoria, 6 per cent., April to October, OS- to 1051.
FATHER DUHIG'S EPISTLE. (To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
FATHER nUHIGmS EPIhTLE. (To Lte Edier of the QBueenland Time.) "' Eves word oa that seotenn Is a ?esa and vile falsehood. Sttlank I have a eight te asi the name of this aaonygoass asitdier'; be goa ensotgh to glee It one ad will bsnd him II ·r." 8it,--The foregoing words are the gentle lispings of a minmster of religion. I think it is not too much to say that anything approaching them for terocious esavagery has not hitherto appeared in type in Queensland. It was Thought that there was a monopoly of that kind of thing in Ipsawich, but hera we have a growl from a com paratively new arrival, deep, gottura4 chb1ing, that in its hollow rumbling and vetomoes hiss reveals to us tihe fact that the posseesing spirit is everywhere and at all times the same in the breasts ot all his agents. It is very evident, from the manifest unesiness of those agents, that they are conscious that the eyes of enlightened Queeneland are on them; and woefully painful to tiem is the fact that their dark eeheme...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
Original orcrtaponburce. TO THE EDITOR OF THE JORTH 0AU8. TRALIAN. S (Per foeeurfdlhe Qrueslnsld Timcs.) Sr,--1 have no desire to mix myself in the equabbles of rival journals. In faet, as oneof the publie, 1 dislike t~o see editors squabbling; and in the same capaeity, as a unit of the great public, I claim the right +o step forward into the ring, and planting myself before any yerson pu gilistically inclined to say, "Stop, Sir! ro qu~arrelling hereP Sir, I am a subscriber to qoth your papers, and whlilgos eoofineyourelveswithin your legitimate spheres I with you both well; .but, from the ranks of my tellow towsmnet, I step forward now, and in their name de notace your action olasiday last as a breach bf the nease. lad anu must lead re your ecs, sir, while I Y nu open ar lJeader with a homily on the dignity atof the aectof a jcusnalist. Ybur ideas on this sabject are I think jiiStl' conceived, and, saving a little acerbity ol manner, fairly eqapresed. I apprehend, every one feels t...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
AMERIGA. The difficulties with America bare been settled. Lorrd Lyons received in?.ru.tious iromn the British Goverenlment, on the 18th December, to demand the surrender of the two Southern Commission .r"and a suitnble npologynr Ibr the inanlr off'red to.tbhe Britill flea by theboardissg of the Truent. Lord Lyons was instrcted, in the firstplace. to communiecte the substance of his despatehesto Mr. Seward unofficielly, in order to give the American Gorernment an opportunity of making voluntary reparat;on, and thus eseelse the humiliation of appearing to yield to menace No answer having been rzeceived up to the 283rd December, Lord Tyons made his official communication, seven clear days being allowed for an answer, On 27th it yaa announced that the four prisoners taken from le Trent would be cherrfully,lberated.-Lord Lyosaits: indicate a elace ard time fos receiving thems- sat also that the Government. of the United States distinctly and nequtivocally declaredthat no directions were ...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO 26TH JANUARY. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO 26TH JANUARY. FURTHER PARTICULARS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. We have tiles of the 8 M. Berald to the 13th, from which we take the following news, being I ndditiona' or explanatory of our telegrams which appeared in our last issue. The Balclntha has arrived at Glenelg, after a rapid run of 91 hoors. The Peninsular and Oriental Company's steam ship Northeram. Captain Potts. arrived at King George's Soand. at 8 o'clock p.m., on the 7th instant, having left Galle on the 21st of February. She reports that the Bombay left Galle on.the 21st Jannary, with the Australian mails from England. Passengers for Melbourne-Rae. Dr. Hall, Dr. Rector, Messrs. Creaswick, Douglass, Little, Guiuness, Duerden, Cheasscott, Alford, Captain Weston, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Griithbs. Second class: The oLeopold Family. For Sydney-Messrs. Metcalfe, Cohen, Wild, Orawford, Davidson, Captain Dickson, and 7 in the second class. The Australian Novemher mails were delivered in...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
J.ocal aub Btutrtct Nctrn. Sls'e Marts.-;The mails for Great Britain, Sydney, nd Victoria, close at the Ipswich Post-ofBee on Wed nesday, the 19th karlh :-For ordinary letters and news papers at half-past one p.m.; for South Australia, ifasmania, tnd lew Zealand, on Tuesday at 8 p.m.; registered leetess for all places eacept Sydney must be puosted before 6 p.m. on Tuesday, and for Sydney by half past 12 o'clock on Wrednesday. Mails for the Northelr ports, per Clarence, close on Tesday (dhts lay), at -2, nloon. Trer TrPswoc DarSTasCr Baatwo-SCwooL.- The meeting for the nomination of trurtees will be held in the Courtishouse at s o'clock this day. T.n CH?OurL Soc0 'r's Cownana.--Our ceader ace reminded that this concert will take place thias eveaisng. The members of the society have been most unremitting in their attendance on practice, and the programme, pub lished in anothrhreolumn, gives assurance of a pleasant evening's entertainment. Ensaara~Io- or Mau. G?zE.-We hear ongeed ar th...
THE AMENITIES OF JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
THE AMENITIES OF JOXBJNALX5. Wa were by no means surorised at the article which appeared in the c.lumns of our loeal contemporary on Friday last. The wholestyle and tenor of that composition so forcibly re taed us of the proceedings of a class of Jour nals at home, of wlhich we may name The Nation, the Freeman's Journal, the Toblet, -ec., &c., that no one will be at a loss to recog alse thebrotherhood wlhieh exists between them and out' cotemporary, the N?ort Auatralias The joutnals to which we have referred make it their practice to attack their contemporaries of opposite pri;nciples to themselves, imputing tothem all that is vile and dishonorable, and endeavouring to make it appear that the journals complained of were the initiators of the style procee?og which they complain of, but carry Itso utmosilimit. Such journals as those we aave just' named make every Government -whether Tory, Whig, or Radical--t~e object of their most unscrupulous attacks. Every person in power, e...
THE EMU AND KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
THE EMU AND KANGAROO. (By aM "Old Bashmrn," in he Yeoman.) In the whole of the animal kingdom there are few more interesting birds thai the emu. Inea domesti cated or tame state it.is extremely playful and exces. sivoely mischievous.; bntif you want to observe it as a naturalist would wish, indisplayingits true native instincts, you mustwatch it in its own wild domain. E can furnish a few particulars concerning it, the results of my own observation, but my present objectisto make known what happened some years ago at a station on the A voca, in the Wimmera district, as related to me by the overseer of the steation, who, in company, as he said, with many other persons witnessed a very singular display of instinct in an emu.. I know the overseer well, and I believe his statement may he relied upon. Bome years ago,'a Ilr. Ellis had a station on the AvocaCreek, called Avocea Forest. As often. hap penid when emuns were more immerous, and as o the case now at outlying stations, a young em...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
IPSWICE POLICE COURT; Friday, March 14. Before the Police-tgistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. Sterling Minor, charged with felony, was remanded till Tuesday (this day). Bridget Barter waes fined £2 for drunkenness. Patrick Hill was fined £2-i default, six morths' imprisJnment-for using obscene language. Robert Donaldsoo summoned Sydney and Andrew BNrunton for £4 wages. Plaintiff agreed to drive extra for defendants to Ipswich; one of the horases he had to drive the bullocks was taken from him and given to an other men, and the plaintiff being no longer required, he left, the defendants promising to pay his wages; saw de fendants in Ipawich, asud they said they would pay him; had not seer them since; had received £2 from de fendants. The defence was that plaintiff was hired a? Tareoom at 16s. a week, and if he answered he was tb get £1 ; but being too heavy, another man was got to ride the hoces, plaintiff saying hewould as soon wallk. On arriving at CLarles Cre~k, plaintiff was told he woul...
SHEEP AND STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
-SIEEP ANDBS !LTIONS. A series of Articles on the abore appears in the Sydney Morning Herald; The first is eintroduetory. We exutract the second. Couxcran. If a line were drawn on hse map, of New South Wales, commencing ate point on the Macintyre above seventy miles above Calandpou, and were continued in a S S.W. direction, crossing the Big River a little above Mores, tebs aomi a little above Wee Was, the Macquarie below Dubbo, and the Murrnmbidgee some fifty miles below Wagga Wagge, and were continue4 thes?e to our southern frontier, it would be found to be a line running almost parallel to the sea-coast, at a distance of from 200 to 250 miles. ~Now, .i am going to put fcrward what some people may appear a startling thesis, but it is one that l am prepared to maintain. Isay that to the eastward of inejust mentioned i. e, within 200 miles of the coast of New South Wales-there is now little or ao good sheep country! Let me explain what "I mean by . good sheep conmctry." I mean a coun...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
IPSWICCI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A special meeting took place on Saturday last, at half. past 10 o'clock, for the purpose of inspeetinag and deo eiding upon the tenders sent in for the assessment of the town, and for the ofiee of rate collector. Present-The Mayor, Aldermen Watkine, Murphy, Cribb, Thorn, Clune, Stanley, and O'Malley. THE AoBsBBMEBNT OF ThE TOWN. Two tenders were sent in for this ; from Mr. Parkinsoa and Mr. E. Cameron. Alderman Cribb enquired if it was necessary to aseness the town every year. The Mayor replied it was. Alderman Murphy alid the Council could easily make an assessment from their book; the last assessment cost them £40. An Alderman said there might be a lot of new houses up which would not be noticed unless they had a plan. Aldemenn OCune said they could get the names of the parties who had built houses lately, for they were bound to give nr.otice to the Coaurt. Alderman Cribb said they must make the asessment before they appointed a collector. Alderman Murp...
FUNERAL OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 March 1862
FUNERAL OF PRINCE ALBERT. No vulgar pomp and vain parade were to be lavished upon ones who, by the highest intellectual gifts of mind cultivated to the highest degree, by unbounded amiability, by a love of all things great and beautiful, and by the constant practice of the truest domestic virtues, had ennobled the Court to which he was called, and won the supreme affection at/the whole nation. A prince like this, a man like thie, did not stand in need of a torchlight funeral, ir of those mediteval pageantries so loved' and courted by other monarchs; he Iknew that he had left behind him an example of domestic virtue and the highest fulfilment of duty, the memory of which ovil live in the hearts of all, which could not be inreaosed by vnyt.inn that the pomp of funerals csult bestow. All wAs siErp', , 6 bt+amie .hL-... :"jT. ilosophic mind. There was no 'ostentatious ..- state; a short and becoming procession le CastE, of Windsor to St. George's Chapel, lingof the minute guns. and tall...
GOOD ADVICE TO THE WORKING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
GooD ADVICE VO 'uT0 WasOage CtLasBa.-.Bla Worship the Mayor of LiveProl presided over the Saturday evening concert Nov. 2., and in doing so took the opportunity of making a few remarks, in the course of which he said ;-[t was now some 12 months since he last stood on that platform; he recollected, for the want of something better to say, he addressed them, he was sure not forthe firat time on the advantages of music. He had since had 12 monthisi'experience; he bad come in contact with the darker iude of life in this great town; he had been in contact with suffering humanity in one shape or other; and he could not resist taking advantage of that opportunity of addressing, nit only to those who were in the hall, but to those outnde, a few warning words, the last which lie would be able to offer to them in the capacity in which he then addressed them. Winter at times brought severe trials, but in additimon to the ordionary and naturial laws there were unmistakable iudicatione--nou loom...