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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862

I ocal apb e jeitrlt Wln .k? 'A"co I"l w.-"r. H"rdje!sb ores Ec pse, Vaq "ro~Prbf"tqld6 n"d a....ed n wrwie" tq, the a! U u Ur llt l~ t~ . SeeP aira.--The mail for Sydney, per Sampson, w?ill close at the i?swich Paot-offioCthbis day (Friday), 21st March, for registered letters at Op.an.? ind for ordi mary letters and newrspaper$ at 9 p.m. Tr?s LATE AccrDEn AT LITTLE fBseON.--The unfortunate man Malloy, who received such linjeies by being run over by a dray, astoneaesaitate the amputation of his leg a short tinme ago;· expired at the Hospital on Tuesday evening. * The coroner Dr. Etowhaids, pold an ionquet on Wednesdsy; when a verdict accoiSiag to the facts which have already appeared in the paper Was returned. FbATAL ACCIDENT AT THE SVEN-MILE- CBBE ?RcEs.--Coa o E?'a INeQnST.--An onqest was hIeld at the Si5-Mile Water yesterday, at the dwelling of Cath. erine Brennan, on the body of William Brennan, whom we mentioned in our last as having met with an accident at the Beven-Mile Creek...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 18. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862

IPTSWIOH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 18. Before the Police-Magistrate. Sterling Minor, John Welsh, and Arthur White, chargpd with felony, were remanded for seven days. John Bryant pleaded guilty to assaulting a constable whilst in the execution of his duty, and was fined £1d, in default a week's imprisonment. Ansted e. M'Lean.-Unlawful detention of a horse. Postponed till the 28rd J. II. King e. Moses Walmslev.-The plaintiff de posed that hlie rented five bullocks from the defendant, any dying were to be replaced. On the 23sd the bullocks were safe in his paddock, bit wore gone next morning. le met the defendant and accused him of turning them out. Defendant said, " why did you turn my young bullocks outof tile paddock?" Witness never gave defendant any permission to interfere with the bhlloeks. Defendant denied turuing them out, or at any time interfering with them. Subsequently (on the Itth instaent) the plaintiff found the bullocks at the Flagstones, about glrfteen miles away. H...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862

The uea weedkly meeting of thb'e oncil was held on Wednesday afternoon. Piesentt-Ue' Mayor, Aldermen O'Malley, Cribb, Olune, Stanley,:and Thorn. SThe minute of the previous meeting were read, and thereport of the Overiseer ofWorks. ,The following fnance report was put and passed : Mr. Backhouse, amounot. awardaed foi best plan of Town-Hell ...... ... ... 10 - 0 0 Wagee and oartage .. . . 7419 g Patrick Cannon, foraaba . .c 10 0 0 William Trotter, on account contract, for : bridges ...................... 100 0 0 Dollard and Lockhart, on account contract oforBrisbane-atreet ., .......4.. ... 104 6 9 TqowpaClerkI Torcp~ty epnos. .... . . . 3 6 ,Su i~aici~phoD8 -T~o Man wete ofmn.ldg, -paoa V~'~a,6f~atia thtcot~b ic1IZ '' Surveyor General's Ofice, "" " lh!risiane, March 14th, 1862. " Sn,-I have the holnour to forwardl herewith a treting srllowing the portion of land at Ipawich granted for Brick-yards, which land thie Government have pitced temporarily under the coatrol of the Corporatio...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 March 1862

DEATH.   On the 21st January, at 18, Tavistock-street, Bedford-   square, London, in the 85th year of her age, Lucretia, widow of the late Newman Wright Hoyles, Esq., the first Colonial-Treasurer appointed by her Majesty's Government for the island of Newfoundland, and mother of the Hon. the Attorney.General of that colony. 460

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Home and foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

jontr antb orrigin xtract0. (From dUe Home Papers, to Janrsary 27.) Loud complaints continue to be made of the inef fciency, or rather the had management, of the postal communication between the mother country and Australia. The grievance is felt on both eides of the ocean, but chiefly in England, arising from the large interests that are ef0cted by long de lsys in the transmission of correspondence. The shape which this grievance takes is that of the de livery of the Australian mail in England at so late a period as to render an answer impossible by the outgoing mail. The English mail for Australia leaves Sfiouthampton on the 20th of every month; but the mail from Australia is rarely delivered here till after the 20th, so thelt there is no interval for the Acknowledgment of letters, which must;therefore, be postponed till the following month. This loss of a month is a very serious thing in the commer Cial world; and as it must seriously inconvenience our countrymsen in Australia, s...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

- OOTH AUSTRS (From the South Australiaeio gisetr) Ta FsaR NoavT.-A correpoQdent.writingfom Welcome Springs, Far Noieth, usr date 7th March, says:--" I just have a letter from- . Weatherston, Finniss springs,-who says his blacks tell him that some whites have been killed alongray onut; bathe cannot tell exactly in what direction. There s~eoms therefore to be some fear for one of the exploring parties, because the Blanehwater blacks could not in all probability have told the story mentioned in your last." IarpnRTATrON oF CAcsLs--We understand that Mr. Stnckey, who left Adelaide for India to purchase camels, has arrived safely at his destinatioei, aid has every prospect of succeeding .in the objeet of his mission. EXECUTION OF OHN SEAVER, Oe MoWDEB.--The murderer of Inspector Pettenger suffered thesxttrem penalty of the law on Tuesday morning,Mareh ~l1th, within the walls of the Adelaide gaol, in pursuance of the sentence passed upon him by his Honor tihe Chief Justice on the 18th ult...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

ST. ANDREW'S CATfilEDRAL. (dbridgedfrom thke 8. M. Herald) A public meeting, for the purpose of devising meoans for completing the above, was'held last evening, in the Infant School-room, Castlereagh street The room was well filled. Amongst'those present were the metropolitau Bishop of Sydney, eoan Cowper, Mr E. ID. Thompson, M L.C.; Mr. J Campbell, M.L C.; Mr. C. Kemp, M.L.C., and Mr. Gordon. His Excellency tie Governor presided on the occasion, and after explaining thle object of the meeting called upon the secretary, Mr. C. Kemp, to read thle Rleporlt from which we make the folloing extracts : It is nearly three years since the committee last met the subscribero of the Cathedral Building Fund. You were then informed that money was urgently required to roof in the building, not only as..te next portion of the woik to be completed, but alse to prevent the eall. from being injured by thle weather. Since that period, £34857 rhas been received, which has been expended on the roof and ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

SEa??T.An MaS.--From information obtained at the General Post Ocfie, we gather that the mails received by the Samson on Wednesday last, from the United Kingdom, were comprised in twenty-two boxes and three bags, containing mails from twenty-three d8fferent parts, madedo up as follows:-Ordinary letters, 3521; registered ditto, 586; newspapers, 6906. The letter portion of tile mail was delivered at the General Post Oflficet2 o'clock on the same day, being less than two hours after its receipt, and the newspapers were delivered on the follow ing morning at 9 o'clock. The outward mail left by the Kembla at 9 p.m., on the same day (Wednesday), and consisted of mails for twenty-seven different parts, contained in nine boxes and two bags. Thle numbrs were as follow :--8468; registered ditto. 190; neas papers, letters, 4021; book-packets, 125. In additioq to the labor involved in the receipt and despatch of the foregoing mails, the instalment of the English mail for the northern ports was d...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

OFFICI!L NOTIOICLTIONS. (Frws IAe Gowrmeut Gazette.) By a Governmsent Gis?e?te Etraordinary, pub lished yesterday, it is announced that the Honorable the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly has issued a writ for the elsctiooof a Member to serve in the present Legislative Assembly of Qneensland, for the Electoral District of the Town of Ipswich, in the room of Arthur Macalister, Esq., whose seat in the - said Assembly hath become vacant by renson of his acceptance of an office of profit from the Crown. Place of Nomination ......... Ipswichb. Date of Writ ............ 21st March, 1862. Date of Nomination........ 27th March, 182. Polling Day ............. 28th March, 1862. Return of Writ............... 2nod April, 1862. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to accept the Resignation of St. George Richard Gore, Esq., as a Member of the Executive Council of Queensland, and Secretary for Public Lands and Works. APPOisMENTs-Arthur Macalister, Esq., to be Secretary forPublie Lands an...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

DEPARTURE. . March 22.-Samsan, steamer, Captain Drown, for Sydney. Passengers-Four in the steerage (ene adult ans three children).

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THE ELECTION FOR IPSWICH. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

THE ELECTION .FR IPSWICK. To the Editor of the Quecland Times. Sma,-Mine ear has bepn long fimiliar with the fune real dirge over the glories gone from Ipswich. Here thd Ooverisment of queenslan& should have held its seat -here we should have daily witnessed the pomp and ceireoumstnce of viceregal splendour-here should have been the gatherings of Queensland's legislators-and he~e from an infant nation's overflowing treasury, should public eliflees have reared themselves; - the auricles and ventricles of the great Governmental heart pulsat ing Ipswich vitality to. the very surf-beaten rocks of Oarpentaria. Great was Ipswich, in the anticipations of her citizens; )mt long has she "sat solitary," a very widow, on the lonely Bremer. Government has been enthroned amid the walls of her rival-the assemblinge of legislators have given an ad. ventitions success to her rival-the counsellors of the throne have been the sons of her rival;---consequently, primary among the wants of Queen...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

IMPORTS. Jane: 6.50 spokes, 28 tons ]ucerne, 4 tons oaten hay, 100 bags bran, 220 bags potatoes, 10 tons, Hunter River 19 tons Adelaide flour, 106 boxes candles, H. 8. Gren fell. Telegraph: 2 horses, 1 cart, A. Longmore; 1 wagon, 11 chests ea, '2 mats dates, 54 packages, 2 hogsheads sherry, 29 tierces, 8 half-tierees tobacco, 40 mats, 29 bags aguar, 2 hogsheads oil, 29 bags flour, 41 bags sugar, 21 bags salt, 2 clests tea, I cask fruit, G. H. Wilson and Co.; 2 bales paper, Darling Downs Gazette; 1 holt-barrel raisins, 1 case eorants, 2 packages sundries, S. Wiseman ; 9 packages iron-ware and sunderies, R. Aland4 60 bags four, 13 bags salt, 29 bags sugar, 1 bosgehead boots, 12 bags reek salt, 5 boxes soap, I box luggage, 1 case drapery, Hassell and Co.5 I case sundries, 1 case port wine, 1 parcel, W. Grayand Co. ; 86 bags sugar, Panton and Co.; 15 bags 16 mate sugar, 10 boxes sprbms, 2 bags coffee, 8 spackages, W. Bendren and Co.; II mate sagar, IL Levy; 6 cases brandy, S cases beer,...

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THE CHORAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

THE CHORAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Qeensland Times. Stl,-Will you permit me, through the columns o?f the TMes, to offer a suggestion to the committee of our Choral Society. It is, that they should follow the gene rous example set by the Harmonic Union, and give a concert for the benefit of our charities or public institu tions. After their late suceess, and from the kuown generosity of its members, I am sure this opportunity of doing good only requires mentuoningto be warmly adopted by them. Yours, &c., PUBILICOLA. Ipswich, March 2~nd, 1862.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

EXPORTS. _amson: "9 bales 8 bags wool, 1 bale skins, 2 bundles sheepskins, Panton and Co.; 20 bales wool, or Breseadal. banes;-- 4 bales ditto, H. V. Hsksell; 17 bales ditto, Fattorini: 4 bales ditto, G. H. Wileon and Co.; I eask tallow, W. B. Tooth; 14 casks tellow, Z. Skyring; 4 cases varniBh, Har'e sand Dalton ; 2 carssfruit, J. Brown; I paroel, Coekbuon. The Telegraph will leave for Sydney this day, the 25th instant, at 380 p.m The Belutha left Sydney for Brisbane on Saturday night last.-Courier. The Kemble, steamer, was to leave Sydey for Brisbane yesterday evening. TeHE DIAMENTMtA.-A aelect party of gentlemen inte rested in the improvemnent of steam machlinery went down the harbour on Saturday afternoon, starting from the Company's Wllerf at halfpast twelve o'eloek; when of Farm Cove his Excellency Sir John Young and company went on board, together with Commander Seymour, and the Chief Engineer, of H. M. 8. Pelorus. The steamer then proceeded down the harbour, as far as Middle...

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(To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

(To the Editor of the Queensrla m Times.) Sa,-There is a system of human policy, to whose existence in tile world neither the student of history, nor the observer of passing events, can possibly be blind. It were easy to lshow it in effective operation in the ancient mysteries of the Nile, in the oracle of Delphi, and in the expedients resorted to by all the old pagan priesthoods for obtaining and preserving their political power. Not necessarily connected with any particular forl of re ligious belief, it endeavours to associate itself with all eteedsa. Snffice it to say, that, in the early history of thle Christian Church, it did succeed in associating itself with the Christian faith, and that that terrible alliance is not yet dissolved. The sole object of this system is the consolidgtion of a political power destructive both to the religions and civil freedom of mankind. Like its great inventor, sir, it stalks through all lands, it uses alike all that is good and all that is evil ...

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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

Eomnmrcdal. rPBWICH. The following prodnce has been rceived and for .arded:-From the stores of Messrs. . G. H. Wilson and Co.--29 bales wool, bales sheepskins, E & B; 7 hhds. tallow, TW & Co. From the stores of Mr. H. V. Haessell -7 bales wool, I bale sheepskins, FJ ; 1 balesheepsLkins, F?F; 10 bales wool, 1 bale clippings, OF. From the stores of Messrs. Panton and Co.-19 bales wool, 2 bales skinsJ IT over BondL MACKNZrm & BOWLAND report sale, privatetl, of two draught horses, with dray and harness oomplete, for £90 cash. At their sale on Saturday, 2l1 head of horses were dieposed of. Good draught horses, with trial, brought £22 ; moderate-elasseh saddlehorses averaged £10; han dled mares, with foals at foot, £4 lOs. :to £5; saddles and bridles, £4 Us. to £4 12.. Cd. There was a good at tendance, but the bidding was not spirited. Labour Market.--Femsle domestics still searce, A de mend for buslork-drivers.

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

rirginal Eorrnponbturce. [ Wrile our columns will be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, woe do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the saentimente that may be exzpressed.l

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MELBOURNE. Messrs. J. H. CLOUGH & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

MELBOURNE. Meossrs. J. H. CTOUos & CO. report Wool.- The lightness of stocks and the absence of tidings of the December Mails from England, have pr-. prevented any transactions of coosequence in this market. The inquiry, however, for both greasy and leece wool has been well sustained. Scoured wools have also beeu asked for, but fellmengers preferred holding till the arrival of the Mail, to accepting the prices offered by buyers-the rates being regarded as too low. The favourablereports of the Home markets received by the January Mail are, we believe, calculated to establish more corfidese. Tallow.-The demand has been of an average during the week. The lots sold by us have reslised fall rates. Beef and mixed may be quoted at £5 to £38. Mutton tallow is worth £40 to £44. We have, however, to notify a decline of 53 per cwt. in the Home markets, which will have the effect of lowering the value here. Hidpr.--Country hides have been disposed of in emall quantifies at from 8s. to 1...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS AT DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

IMPOUNDINGS AT DRAYTON. From Gonwrie, by order of E. de St. Jean, Esq. Daimages and driving expenses O10s. per bhead. -Chaenut horse, T near shoulder, H off neck, small star. Btaay mare, near fore foot and off bind foot white, blare on face, R near shoulder, rjg off shoulder. Bay mare, small star, A over T conjoined near shloulder 7W off shoulder. Bay mare, near hind foot white, L over L near shoulder. Bay mare, small star, RH near shoulder. Grey filly, H over S near shoulder. Bay colt, H over 8 near shoulder. Boown mane, TT over T near shoulder, tip off both rare. If not released on or before tihe bd day of April next, they will be sold. From Eton Vale, by order of Messrs. Hodgson and Watts. No expense. Light grey mare, F oreversed conjoined near ohoolder, long tail. ah coltr, near hind foot white, S over B aear shoufder, like W off shoulder. Bloc~k or brown hors, CB near sh~oulder. oan more, blotch brand near o ulder, like 0 over illegible brand like I offl-shoulder, star. Cheonut...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862

SALES BY AUCTION, GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, FURNITURE, &c. l M. COCKBURN has received instructlOnS Sfrom Joshua P. Bell, Esq, tosell'by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, TBHB DAY, the 25th MARCH, at 11 o'clook precisely, 22 bags maize 20 bags salt 10 bagse?potatoes 6 cases cnrry powder 1 cedar chest drawers 1 do. cupboard 1 do. bookshelf 1 do. table 2 musical boxes, together with a quantity of other goods, including2 boots.and shoes, moderator and tallow lamps, pic tures, feather pillows, clothing, &c., 8cc Terms, Cash. 496 GREAT SALE OF FURNITURE, PIANO, PLATED GOODS, &8c. ACKENZIE & BOWLAND are instructed by Mr. J. Haimberger {who is leaving the colony) to offer for public suction, on the PREMISES, Limeatone-ostreet, opposite the Wesleyan Chapel, On FRIDAY, the 28th Instant, All the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including 1 Piano, by one ofthe first.class London makers Mahogany sideboard :12 Chairs 1 large do. Plated tea and coffee set Ditto cruet st...

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