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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions S to Bell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas.street, TO-MORROW, the 22nd Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 25 half chests tea 48 bags potatoes 5 bags rice 1. .;, . 7bags potatoes 11 bags Liverpool salt S cases curry powder 1 case nutmegs 6 cases herrings, in tins 6 tins mixed spice 2 cases mushroom ketchup 8 boxes Glenfeld starch 2 cases N. W. cheese 2 cases herrings - cases salmon The whole to.be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Terms, Cash. 471 ITO SHOEMAKERS. STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. S. COCOKBURN has rereived instructions Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, street. . 1ORROW, the 22nd Instant, at II o'clock precisely, lots of -- BOOTS AND SHOES, i lrsa men's half Wellingtons, 6 pairs men's Y C1jitic side drab boots, 12 pairs men and wo iap' slippers, 12 pairs women's Berlin slip. ' P e-^4f f pairs gentlemen's patent Wellington :' .6, lttL. pairs half do. do., 6 pairs elastic side j s:'lfalo, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
br ~etarnualattnb tsm . ---t TERMS: srracasrecOt.-The eamount of anheription to the QeeYanlsmd Tinmes is Seven Shillings end ixP esper?? quarter, if paid in advanee, or Eight Shill and Si". pe?oe crendt The quarters terminate on the 80th 8eG tember, 8lst Deemb?%r, Blet March, end BMth JIm. at whieh periods oely ean subscriber. declines br givin motice, and paying the amount du. to the end of the cotrrnt quarter. Single copies, Sirpenos. A;fuvrePaEbifra ate inserted awardin to the te. owing scale: Two lines .............................. I O0 Four liners0............... 9 0 Sl lines ....*......... .... . i 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... Every additional eight lines, or Ienhl 1 0 The following Dieount is allowed ons:ll advertise. meets continued For u insertions ......... 2 10 per int. i.. ,, ........... 15 , 36 ,, ............25. All advertisaement must specify on ~the fa of them the umber of times they are to be inserted, or they will be contihued till countermanded and eha...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
DEPARTtTRE. - March 19.-Clarence, steemer, Captain Cottler, for the Northern Ports-Passengerse-Bishop Tuffnell, Mr. and Mrs. Butcher and family (5), Miss M'Cue, Messrs. V. AnElow, C. Kerr, A. Murray, 8. A. Wesley, Lloyd, . c. Hurlock, Butcher (2', Clark, B. H. Boltor, J. Fraser, Heath, Anslowi O. ~art, Ma; Waestbty, All wood, Johnson, and sicty in the csteerage.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
OPICAIMAgDTI46ATIOXV (From the Goverauwsnm Oaaas ). p APPoTNTMHENBZT.-Meus. OhtrimBo » o1,or don Sandeman, and Thomu ?soi eof the land approDriated to Charolh?fI ?drpoipa, t Gayldab. ,Mn, William; VA j.- ,-Vostabl1e 06 Brisbane, to be Ranger of OrorwnXde 41thitIhe P1olice diterict of Brisbne, in the roomwof.Mr.T. J Grin, pro6moted. zn-ABebrnHtcio AcT.- iBcelthe OGovenor has been pleased to extend the provisions of the Act of Oouncil 16 Victoria No.28,;ntituled" AnMAct toprevent Oattle being. diun-through. populous to ene 'ud places eocept wi bin oestain bonrs' tothe town of .pwitcn. hb proi!oas..thw . T ' fouitA;TO O t, Maie Raen extin'?d~to'n eh?"ft?u'o'?Warwc : AGnoYL AL & 5OV1n IPOxtZLEjTIOV. acres each. e" !' ' pt. o 'rom 40 to 0, At Ipswich, 175 lots, pf om42 to 9?m?b ;+-f, AivtBn-6 lotso IF, 0tBO 40 ie X s oho?"?i At ocAham ptoan 19j4 8to0 Mt.as1ep.l At WarwiatokeL46t ltffommo0 7 e .ae?ees~.o . , At ,owogba, 57 lots, of from' ~Orej .ecb At Gladstone, 88 loet, of fromt ...
THE MINISTER OF LANDS AND WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
T??ED MINISTER OF LADB ~Nb WORKS. In our last issue we announced the resignation of Mr. GUas, who lately received the.appoit ment of Seeretary of. Lauds and Works. We have now the pleasure of statilng that A. MAOALiSThR, ESQ., one oT the m·mbers for Ipswvich, has accepted tlhe offiee vacated by Mr. Gona. Respecting the qualifications of the two, there cannot be a doubt about the superior fiBtness of Mr. MacAe isrTn, and we believe 'that not only Ipswich, butthe inland districts will have·considereble cause for cohgratulation on the present appoint ment. We are not yet in a position to state Ithe date fixed upon for the election which must take place in consequence of Mr. MAOaLssTCIt' aeeptance of office; as, however,. iit is highly desirable that the new Mibieter should enter upon his duties at once, no unne cessary time will be allowed to elapse Con sidering tile honour ana advantage which may accrue to the town from one of its members holding esuch an important 'appointment, *we h...
THE CONFEDERATE COMMISSIONERS AT FISHMONGERS' HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
TaE COotnEDEfTE COMMISSIONEo e AT FIBH Moao0as' HAL:-Mr. Dudley Mona and MZr. W. Yanoey, two of the Southern Comnmissioners now in England, attended the dinner of the Fishmongers' Com pany on Saturday. Mr. Yancey, in answer to a com phmentary toast, said :-The justice and the sense of right of this Government, promptly coincided in by France and Spain, speedily wiped .out the dtigma of rebellion from our brows, and my countrymen are acknowledged here, at least, to be belligerents. (Cheers.) No matter what they have been, one thing is clear, and that is, that the contest now going on is upon the part ofthe people of the Confederate States for the right to goleru themselves,. and to resist subjugation by the North. (Hear, hear.) They occupy a territory as large s'?ngland, France, Spaiu, and Austris togetlher--they are ten millions in number--they are ehiefy producers of impeForant raw monaterals, and buyers of all kinds of manltfaetured goods. Their pursuits, soil, climate, and eroduc...
Original Correspondence. THE IPSWICH GRAMMAR-SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
Original ore&arponbttre. THE IPSWICK GRAMMAR-SC00OL. (To the Editel of the Queensland Times.) Ss,,-The subscribers to bis fund are now called upon to elect three trustees on behalf of themselves to repre. sent theirinterests, and the Government fbur. As it is only right the subsiribers should herave something to guide them in their choice, I subjoin a list of the commotec appointed by the public meeting on the 20th Angsat last, with the number ol meetings they have held, and the attendance of each member thereat. 2 understand a list of subscribers at £5 and upwards will be pubished--it will then be seen who harve contributed most in a pecu naisry sense towards the object. There will be littlediffi. oulty in selecting term those who have borne the heat and burden of the day, thosa wao are most likely to con tinue .their exertions in sogood a caune. I am, sir, yours, &c., CHARLES F. CHUBB. Jpysieb, March 19th, 1852. There have been ten meetings altogether. The attend a...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
DIARY. CX. I - Sun U HgllaWa:r .n lI c Risee. I Sets. I Morn. Atr. SI Farnar ......... 5 0 6 I 44 ( 29 8 22 ISATnoart ..... 16 9 6 6 |2 80 I 2 6 23 I 20u02 ......... 10 |1 6 52 120 ) 3 45 25 j Tsoasr *..... 1.6 11 | i6 4 I5 16 S WraozusoAT ... 1 "1 I' 2 I 5 40 I 6 . 27I.Ta?ason' ... 1 1 6 I 36 (01 7 0 The ifferenee it time bo e high water at tre It.,r ani Brlnbranueal I ho arre rreinutes, and Iprswlh S houri 5 mInutcU, rEhlch dierence mutbeadded to tre time fhigh water on the Oar. " Theaeutorly windl en tbeeer o1 the Bay, ar thre tehea In eherlivr, often duae a vrtatlot (rom our table, but those ,re terelycc?denial*,,nd governrd by no knowa jaw. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1262.
LONDON. ANNUAL WOOL REVIEW.—1861 [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
LONDON. ANNUAL WOOL REVIEW.-1861 The year opened witha general want of confidence; prices of the raw material had a downward tendency, which became more manifest at the close of January, produced partly by aevices from the colonies of a very early clip and large shipments made in time for the Feb ruary.Mtarch series, also from the extremely quiet tone obserrvble inall the northern markets; the former cir. cumstance induced holders to be inore willing sellers, while the latter had its efect on manufacturers, who, from the difficulty epenrnced in quitting their prodtc tions satisfactorily, were indifferent buyers, except for those descriptions most required; and hence business assumea that-" hand to mouth " character generally the result of extreme caution and had trade. T firat saleadf-th' _-- *.;p oommeneed on the 28th o ebruary, tie arrivals up to Mtat dat coantbng u 55,91P, of which nearly half were Port Phillip. The at tendance of buyers, both home and foreign, was large; but it-...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
MELBOURNE. Messr. J. H. Clough & Co. report Wool.-Sinee our last report there have been no pu6lic sales held. The conflicting rumouas prevailing from time to time from California, here and elsewhere, of the state of the relations between Great Britain and domerica, and the probability of immediate war being declared, have austained a feeling of excitement. There have, however, been some speculative enquiry, end con siderable parcels have been sold at an average of prices ruling at last public sales. Tallow.-Good enquiry still continues for this article for shipment, and we have sold about Isi casks st £385 to £38 p-r ton for beef and mixed. No sales of mutton of any consequen?e. Hidee.--N o ehaige to report Stations.-We continue to have enquiries for the vari ous properties in our hands for sale, and evident disposi tions obtains to invest in good sheep runs of medium capabilities; and as soon as the Land Bill is fairly set tied, we anticipate to be enabled to close sevoerlt...
THE MEXICAN INTERVENTION. New York, Jan. 15, Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
THE MEXICAN 1NTERVE] ITON. New York, Jan. 15, Morning. Advioea.have been recived hemre from Havennah to the 7th inst. General Prim sailed for Vera Orux on the S?Sth of December, accompanied by a portion of the Dreneh ountingent, consioaing of the Massena, th GOuerriere, the Ardente, and tl e Astrd, witht 9,000 tioops on board. The Mexican Monitor believee that Mexio ocan pot into the field 160,000 men, with a park of 100 pieces of artillery. It states that the Meicans woulnd make General Uraga hd all the paases to Vera Oruo defended hy 20,000 men. Jeerer had issued a proolamation urging the Medcans to forget their differencese, and ulnite for the protection of the country.
SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
SATURDAY, MAlotl 2. By Mr. H. M. COOKnURN, at hii rooms, at 11 o'clock, general merchandise also, boots and .hoe ; leso, 26 ncred maize, and s acres ditto. Bpy MACEN?zIIE & BOWLoW D, at the Corporation Sale. Yards, hores.
THE IPSWICH CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862
THE IPSWICHKCHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. On Tuesday last the Cihoral Soilery gave their second concert, conducted by Mr. Jlohn WVilson, in the new hall of the School of Arts. The attendance wao very good, all the front seats being cccupIed some time before the concert commenced. The public of Ipswich are certainly indebted to the Choral Soaiety for an excellent eveninpg's entertainment; we are very glad to notice a great'im. provement in the performoatiS of tllhe society. The chorus has been streogthlened since the last per?l?mance by an additional number of ladi;e, recently arrived in the town, whose voices rendered the harmony more complete than hitherto. - The concert opened with Basinli'scelcbrated overture to Tantedti, which was very wellperfortmed, Mr. Wilson aeccompanyiitg vnetepiho o; ttatsb troeon?rl lepisftmient being ably sustained; Jtterj CameroniLtgo and Mr_ . Lewai on the violineallo.-who toknolart doae latedgoi cert of Mr. Haimberger'a-in addition to thegentlemen belongi...