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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
4g)& datenalattl Etture. -4 TERMB: Sosscarioct.-The amount of subscription to the Queensland Times is Seven Shillings and Siipence per quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and Six pence credit. The quarters terminate on the 80th Sep tember, 81at December, Slet March, and 30th June, at Phieh periods only can subscribers deolin4 by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current quarter. Single copies, Sixpenoce. AnvERTISEMseTS are inserted acording to the fol olwing scale:- 5. 1d. Two lines................................. 1 0 Four lines... ................ o Six lines ........................... 2 6 Eight linee, or under one inch ...... . 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertise mnents continued For 6 insertions ............... 10 per cent. 18 ,- ............... 15 ,, 2S ,, ............... 25 All advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or t...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
- fipptnu *ntelligtte c. -4-e-- ARRIVALS. Marchl 20.-Jane, brigaontineo, 142 tons, Captain Stewart, from Newcastle tile 10th instant--H. S. Gronfel, agent. March 20.-V?ixen, schooner, 121 tons, Captain Bennett, from Sydney the 12th instant, Passengers- Mr. Clarkson and child Messrs. Jones, Bennett, and Duncos. March 23.-Telegraph, 700 toes, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney the L0th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dixon and children, Mr. and Mrs. H. John son and servant, Mr. and Mrs A.C. Longmore, Mrs.and Miss D.E. Roberts, Mrs. Munro Smith, Mrs. Buxton, Mrs. Webb, Miss Barmand, Honorable R. R. Macken. sie, Messrs. T. De Lacy Moffatt, G. Board, J. E. Ive, W. Stack, Owen, Hunter, W.B. Roberta, J. Moore, F. W. Platt, and 47 in the steerage.
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES B! AUCTION. S TEIs DAT. By Mr. H. M. CoCKnUkar, at his rooms at 11 o'clock general merchandize, efraiture, &e. By MACrErwOIE & BOWLAED, at the Sovereign Hotel, Little Ipaweich, at 11 o'clockl, milch cows, horses,
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, March 21. Before the Police-Magistrate, Mr. J. Ranken, and Mr. G. H. Wilson, junior. FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, March21. Before thePolice-Magistrate, Mr. J. Ranken, and Mr. G. H. Wilson, junior. FELONY. Edmund Owens and Adam Watson, charged with highway robbery, and Peter Gentle, charged with receiv. ing stolen goods knowing them to be stolen, were re manded till the 25th instant. CATTLE.BTEALwG. James Henry King, junior, v. Mosesa Walmeeley. Tlhis case, remanded from the 18th, was then proceeded with. The charge was for removing bullocks which had been hired by plaintiff. After several witnesses had been examined, from whose evidence it appeared there was a doubt about the identity of the cattle, the else was dis missed. The next case, J. H. King, senior, e. Moses Walmes cley, was withdrawn. UNLLWFrCL DEENTION OF A HOnE. John Ansted v. John Mehan.-Plaintiff deposed that on March Ist he saw his horse, which he had lost, in Mehan's possession, and asked him if he had got it from the pound when he said yes; plaintiff asked what the price of it was, he replied he wo...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
,oral atl IBiotrzict Ntt0s. T?E LATE ACOIDENT AT THE PEAK MOUNTAIN.- WVe are happy to be able to state that Mr. Wmn. Wotkins, of the Peek Mountain Station, is progressing favourably. After the amputation of his hand, serious esymatoms of fever set in and continued several days, causing much anxiety to Dr. Oballinor, who has been in constnnt at tendance the serious loss of blood sustained by Mr. Watkins previous to the amputation was the prinmary otuse of these symptoms. Yesterday the feverish eymp tots had disappeared, and there is now every prospect of n speedy recovery. TE LECTURE AT TrE cHooL 01F ARTs.-We have to remind our readers that the Rev. E. Griffiths i to deliver a lecture on "The Days of Queen Elizabeth," at thle BSelol of Arts, thie evening. We are afraid that thie unloked for announoement of a political meeting at the COurt.liouae the same evening will. revent such an at noe a might otherwise reasonably be expected at th! leotur?, THE IPIwICHc DIBTrICT'GO MARtA SOBooL....
OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
OPPOSITION, Since writing our first article we received the advertisement which appears in another column convening a meeting of the electors " for the purpose of taking into consideration the conduct of their late representative in parlia ment thie Honorable ARTHURn MacaLISTER In accepting an oflice of profit under the Crown : and further to determine on the nomination of a successor to that gentleman." The names attached to that requisition are enough to stamp its character. The same hands which have been so active in adding between two and three hundred names to the Electoral list of West Moreton, and objecting to other names proposed to be inserted on that list, and also on the one for the town of Ipswich, have been busily engaged in getting up the requisition for the meeting to be held this evening. Of the few names which are unconnected with one particu lar clique we know that some of them have been obtained under a total misapprehension of the purport of the meeting. In this ...
DREADFUL CATASTROPHE IN A COAL MINE. 219 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
DREADFUL CATASTROPHE iN A COAL MINE. 219 LIVES LOST. One of thle most serious calamities which ever occurred in connection with coal minieg took place at " Hester" or new Hartley pit near the l9lyh and Tyne junction on the coast of Northumberland. As this lamentable calamity heas created a great excitement through England and ihas aroused some of the best feelings inherent in human nature, we malke the following lengthy extracts from the reports of the special correspondent of the Tines as they appear in that journal on the 18th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, and 2lth of January. North Shields, January 17th. The greatest anxiety has prevailed in this district during the past 24 hours for the fate of 211 men and lads buried in Hartley New Pit, belonging to CarT and Co. Yesterdey the beam of the pumping engine broke in two, and one-half of it. weighing 20 tons, fell down the pit shaft, carrying timber, bratriogs, and everything before it. Of eight men who wele being drawn ...
THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
THE COMING ELECTION. IN our last issue we announced the fact that Mr. MacArIaTEBR had accepted the office of Secretary for Lands and Works, in time place of Mr. Gona, resigned. We felt much satis faction in making that announcement, because we think it is much more to the advantage of the country to have its Cabinet Ministers the representatives of large constituencies, than that they should be the nominees of a few individuals resident in the far interior ; and as far as the town of Ipswich is concerned, there cannot be a doubt that it will be benefitted by the present appointment. Hitherto the mem bers for this town and district have had to battle hard for what little they have obtained for public works; and even when the money has been voted, so many delays have taken place in making the arrangements for its ex penditure, that a great portion of the advan tage has been sacrificed. Now, however, with one of our members as a Cabinet-Minister,-- p one, too, who has been long residen...
FRANCE AND ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
PEARCE A±D ROME. The Roman question is again on the surface. A variety of reports touching the relations between Prance and Rome concur in stating that the French Government is once more earnestly urging the Pope to be reconciled with Victor Emmanuel, and to ac cept the liberal terms which would accompany his renunciation of his temporal sovereignty-a sove. reignty which exists but in name and only by the aid of foreign bayonets. In reference to what has recently been done in this direction by France, a very circumstantial statement appears in the Inde pesndence Beige of January 23. According to that journal, M. Thouvenel has addressed a despatch to M. de Lavailette, the representative of France at Rome, which that diplomatist has communicated to Cardinal Antonelli. In this document the French Minister of Foreign Affairs commences by recalling the regret which was felt by the Imperial Govern. meet at the invasion of the Pontifical States by the Italian troops. He reminds the cardina...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
DTARY. MEMOOAODA FOE lEO WELE. MAne. Ros8u [ , , Bru . I BIghWtr.n Br 2 x ls. . SetI . | Morn. I Afaro. 25 I Toner ...... I 0 1I 6 9 . I 6fli 5 16 "? Wro?Sarla..bi -,"- 611 "G? ", qD '.f 27 I TooruDAoT ...... I 6 11 6 I 2 31 J 26 FRont? ......... 12 16 . 30 I 7/6 29 | SArnan*r ...... 1 6 12 1 5 69 ( SO( 9 0 so I |eSuo ........ I 3 1 6 68 I 00 1 10 0O 62 J MeoaTr...... 1 *02f I U & ( IDfl 10 i The difference In time between high voter st the Bar and Brilbhne Is i hour 45 minutes, and Ipswich 5 houra 25 mlnutes, ehlch dlfhenmce mustbe added to the time of high wekeron the lar. . - .Th'Siierly wlnoda the rost or the Bay. nd th, Oreahes in Cte rirce, often csnae o varlatton from our table, but these ar merely accidental, ane gooereed byno known law.
DISTRESSED STATE OF THE DERBY RIBBON WEAVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 March 1862
DrT?nesaEo STATe OF THE DEneY nrIeoN WEAVERs.-At the Derby Police-court, on Thursday a ribbon weaver, named William Keene, addressing the mayor, said he wished to eall the attention of the magistrates to the very distressed state of the ribon weavers of Derby. Recently a mill which employed a great number of them-.Mr. Adam's had been closed owing to that gentleman's death, and there did not appear any probability of its re. opening. He asked the mayor to give is approval to n. appeal to the public whilch the weavers had drawn up. (The appeal wan banded to the mayor for perusal) The mayor inquired why the weavers did not immigrate to another town-Coventy, for instancet Keene They as oe or e offstoenti.y This time last year there were 1300 receiving relief; now there are 4000 receiving it.-Mr. Cox (eo mayor): Many of them brought the trouble rpon themselves by striking for wages. Reene: 1 assure you that numbers of the ribbon weavers of Derby have not a chair to sit upon, a bed to lie...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the . 1. Herald.) A passage has 'been taken in the Damascus for Richard Green, the champion sculler of Port Jackson, who is being sent to Europe by subscription to con test the championship of the Thames. A number of tenders have been received for the erection of the new Prince of Wales Theatre upon the designs of Mr. J. F. Hilly, and it is expected that a contract will shortly be taken. The semicircular wharf round Woolloomooloo Bay is rapidly progressing, the piles being driven and planked fora leogthofS30feet. It is intended shortly to fill in the back of the piles with slit from the front; after which a dyke of stone will be deposited all round.the piles in order to keep the slit back, and to prevent its running down into the bay. Some officers of the Department of Harbours and Rivers Navigation, are engaged on a survey of the Manning River, working in conjunction with the party inder charge of Captain Sydney, R.N., who is conducting the survey of the Aust...
ROCKHAMPTON. LAND JOBBERY. (To the Editor of the Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
BOCKIAMPTON. LAND JOBBany. T te Ed or of the Balletin.) 8. ·.re--! received a late number of your paper, - lato perceive that you hare 'come to . .,to put down the jobbery in runs. ?" ? lcallatel d to retard the settlement of jthe notorious fact thet the entire l. ip fo'r hundreds of miles by laend S aive jobbers. It is mere delusion renmena and country inviting oae p their abode in Queeou :i cursed uyutm is allowed.to. ' the part of the authorities- i ? n be ur legislature ws to move kd and unstockied, the ilbe world 'would reveal a at will effectnally throw years. PersDn in S8, e connected, p 1~htiu most nefarious . rperm o hveh u this anode. of d millions of ithe bens fide qetre: pBour gulatit ns are sufficiently'liheral to attract capitalists to your country, but they are rendered nugatory andillusive by the drawback of all the public lands being taken up by parties with the view to speculation. To buy up any kind of article with a view to enhance its pnrice, is an offence at co...
TAROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
TAROOM. (Frsunde afsaorgS CManicle corrupoieste.) At tbhe astmeetingo . the magistrates at this pacetbeElectorsl olt was revised, and aome sixty Lve names new .sppese on it, so that siagra the -ontemptuo?sen?ks jeseed upon the wflending conntituency by some of your contemporaries, we iead i semuso tered a rather ertensive "bake's ·d~sn." . Sdme'0,000~sheep and 1:00 cattle Bhave passed throagbh the township.e rouie northward, the roads in consequence present a very barren and desert 1 ;h had no rsain since my last--the weather for tese last few days has been intensely hot--and man.pepplesare pufferijg from feverand ague; but e ei a P~roiduene in all things,--snd although so A daringtheds ay we are compensated by the motn elightful breezes in the evenings, which genorallycontinue during the night, and makes it deli nl'cool, and strange to say, few or no moeqe~itoes.' : .' Sanieto temuch iabusetict, and so qForewiet andve no ab.ehglue :in"?the d.?istrict, and so quiet and a shast h me ...
GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
GLADSTONE. (Frm the Cw~orespnent pj sm Maorybrog Chrome.) LsvTS-abbath we had a somewhat distinguished -personagoe acting the clergyman for us here. In the temporary absence of the Rev. J. Sutton, divine -ervice-was aelsdebrted in the courthouse by the Hon. and te M. C. O'Connell. Themre is nothinag for which I. as an individual,.owould be disposed to give so much credit to the warthy Captain during his long residepce here as Government Resident, as for tls manner in which he cared for the moral and religipn interests of these more immediately under hie cpntrol :Regularly Sabbath after Sabbath, and month laftermootlh, the Captain opened his house for theperformane of religions service: and at the soned of the church.going bell" anmbers would always flock thither--delighted, too, with the reverent .nad dignified manner in which it was invariably &onducted. The effect of all this was very pibvious the other day; for the-Act hbeing noised abroad.that their old friend the Captai...