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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
MARYBOROUGH. (kroian Msefeaeogh ChreiclJ We have been shown sample of cotton grown this year on the plantation of the Maryborough Company at Walliebnm. As there is no doubt respecting the superior quality of the article pro duced.in this district, we shall say nothing on that head, Ast refer at once to the prospects there are of the object of the Company being attained. The Manager states that there are now seventeen acres under cotton; that the process of picking is being carried on successfully, and that there is every appearance ofat fair average erop,. It is worthy of : note that the plants of two years' growth produce -more cotton and are ready for picking earlier than those sown last year, while the produce of the former appears to be fully equally to the latter, in poiut of qality. The present Manager. who is a thorounably practical man, believes that in spite of the prejudice existing againstthe Company and its consequent impecuniosity, he will ultimately be able to produce ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
EXPORTS. Balelutha: 29 bales wool, 3 bales skins, Wilson and Co.; o20 half.bales wool, HRasell; 1 bale wool, Panton and Co.; 29 bales wool, ex Ilresdalbane I box, I case fruit, Ballard; I ease fruit, Buloock ; 5 cases 6 oasks fruit, Rankin. Kembla: 76 hides, 8 bags wool, Heuesaler and Co.; 1 case fruit, Haydon;i 2 hegs nails, 1 winch, 1 parcel hardware, W. andB. Brookeos ; cases fruit, 5 bunches ditto, Unmaok a 4 cases fruit, D. Skyriog; 3 casls, 1 ouse fruit, J. Brown; J winchl, J. Collins; 38 casks tallow, G. H. Wilson and Co.; 1 parcel, WV. Haydon; 1 ditto, 17 bunches, Beasesr fruit, A.J. .Hockiags; 2 horses, Police Il bag fruit, C. Rose; I truss, Morey.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
IMPORTS. Iesembla: I ease, L~averas; 2 boxes fancy goods, Hub bard; 3 bundles rolls timber, P. J. C.; 8 cases drapery, 1 bale, 8 cases, G bales, 1 case, 1 ease millinery, Cribb anal Foote; 1 cane, 6 bundles iron, Jones ; 2 cases gal vanaised tiles, Paston and Co.; 1 bale, G. O'Rourke; 2 cases drapery, 1 case, 4 cases drapery, 1 bale blankets, 1 pareool oil cloth, 1 case goloshes, M. & H. Levy ; 1 bale woolpacks, 2 cases salmon, 3 kegs dried apples, 4 kegs horse food, 10 eases champagne, 10 mate sugar, 2 llhhds. brandy,2 rases brandy, 1 ease, 2canvas packages, 2 cases, 1 parcel, 1 case, 2 cases jams, 2 cases sauce, 2 casks, 2 kegsa, 2 cases, 25 mats sugar, 1 keg soda, 1 case sundries, 4 iron kgs, 1 drum turps, 1 bundle saws, 1 bag paper bage, Wilson and Co.; aS bundles galvanieed ridge cap ping, 1 package screw, Panton and Co.; I cotton gin, 4 qr.-tierces tobacco, Cockburn ; 1 casecoffee, I case sugar, 2 eases hats, I cask coal tar, 4 cases fruit, 6 trunks boots, 1 coase bisc...
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
To the Editor of the Queoelatad Times. Brsn,-The papers have just come to hand, and I find that Mr. Patrick O'Sullivan and the editor of the North Australian have been making use of my name in reference to a private lettet of mine to my brother in England, in which Isaid something about Mr. Macalister's political conduct. I never intended that letter to be published ; I did not write to the British Banner or any other news. paper, and when I saw it in print no one was more ar prised than myself. However, I did write that letti about three years ago, and I pretty handle Mr. O'Suilti. van has been making of it to serve a purpose, and I am heartily glad that he has been miserably disappointed. At the time referredto I certainly came down hard upon Mr. Maealister. I considered him to be in bad com. pany; he was brought out and supported by a party whose genius and spirit are as opposed to real liberty and manly independence as darkness is to light. He did not at the time sufliciently av...
(From the Guardian) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
(From the Guardian ) The Erin-go-Bragh, known formerly as the City of Adelaide, left Queenstown for Brisbane on the 20th January last, having on board no less than 800 Irish farmers (very respectable persons) who have paid their own passages to .Tames Baines & Co. They left the Green Isle in consequence of the sale of one estate upon which they were all located. They are accompanied by ten priests and several nurses, and their object in paying us a visit is to try their fortunes in 'Queensland. May they be successfrul. We understand that the veoel in question, which is consigned to Messrs. J. & G. Harris, received her change of name in compliment to the country of her living freight. f i Nl llill l l mmmallla laa r o
THE CHORAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
THE CHORAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Qaeensloand Time. Bm,-~ With reference to a letter which appeared in your last publication, signed "Publieola," allow me to observe, that it is impossible for the Choral Societyto aid any charitable institution so long as they are oom. pelled to pay ai gauiness each night of performance for the useof the Hall of the School of Arts--preferring to discharge their just obligations, rather than appear gene rous at the expense of others. The allusion to any ex ample being set is erroneous, the Society dating its exist. ence from a period evidently anterior to the writer's aco quaintance with this locality. It is well known amongst old residents that the Society has hitherto, to its own detriment, been too liberal in ietsendeavoursto aid publis institutions, without any commensurate acknowledgment. Preferring to be just ere generous, I think the committee of the Choral Society will feel bound to deoline to act upon the suggestion offered by "Public...
Commercial. STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1862. FATTORINI & Co., IPSWICH, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
Conmtrrcial. STOCK AND BTATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1862. P~noanz & Co., Irswiac, QtUEENSLAoW. SrTtross.-Enquiries for large properties, half-stooked, still continue. Since the arrival of the January mail announcing the improvement in thile wool market and confirming the preservatioo of peace, the market has been more buoyant, and we have several enquiries from capitalists desirous of investing in squatting pursuits. Should the improved state of the wool market and the preservation of peace continue, a further improvement may looked for. We have to report the sale of Rannes, with seven blocks of country, in the Leicehhardt district (the property of Measrs.Cowper and St. George), together with 13,727 sheep, at £1 per head, stores, &e., taken at a valuation. Mesers. Andrews and Sheaffe were the purchasers. This is one of the stations mentioned in our January report as sold subject to approval.) Several good pastoral proprietors have changed hands privately ...
Original Correspondence. MR. O'SULLIVAN'S ATTACK ON MR. GORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
OriQinal Correponplent. SMR. O'SULLIVAN'S ATTACK ON MR. GORRY. We received a note from Mr. Macalister on Thurs. day evening, referring to this subject, but from want of space we were compelled to hold it over untilour present issue: STo the Editor of the Queeunsa Timesz. Srar---Mr. O'Sullivan, at the nomination to-day, assert. ed that [ had at some time, and to some person unmen. tioned, said thatMr. Gorry was a "Lag." Thisassertion I did not contradict, any more than the equally truthful one made by him that he (Mr. O'Sullivan) was autho rised by Mr. J. P. Bell to propose him as a candidate. Such statements are unsnally estimated at their true value, when the motives which induce them are considered and I only give flat contradintion in this form tothe assertion as to Mr. Gorry, in consequence of hearing that he has been annoyed at it. I am, &e., A. MACALISTER. 27th Marchb, 1862.
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [(lOT Aoo CO.] Wool-Our sale to-day exhibited an utter disinclination on the part of buyers to operate at low rates, consequently, we were compelled to withdraw most of the lots catalogued. Some of the few paroels of fleece wool sold were-OS, bales at ld; PJ,9 bales at 17d; ROSS, 44 bales at 6 ; RS, l0 bales at 17*d ; HB, 655 bales were bought in, 19id being the highest offer. Shebpskinse.-Upward ot 4000 were disposed of at about 1d out lb. decline o0 lost week's price." Tallow.Z-Io small supply, only 85 casks eatalogued, all of which were sold at 84, 84,s 6d, 84s d, and a36s 9. per cwt. Pitt-street, Sydney, 20th March.
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. NOMINATION OF AN ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
IPSWICf MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. T NOMINATIOe OF AN ALDERMAN. The nomination of a ratepayer to fill the vsacaney in the I;s~wich Manicipal Council, caused by the resignation of John Murphy, Esq., was held at the Court-house yesoer day. The Mayor, having opened the proceedings, called on some elector to propose a candidate. Mr. C. S. Warry was received with applause. He said the candidate hie had to propdose was Mr. John Malbon Thompson. Mr. Thompson had the honour of being in the Council before, and thus had advantages over others who had not; and for this reason Mr. Thompson had a preference before any other. It did not esnape their re collection that when he was an Alderman before he hap pened to be always in the minority, however, many were the reforms he attempted, but he was unhappily alone, and his services went for nothing. But at the last election, a change for the better had taken place. He (the speaker) did not stand there to review the pro. ceedings of the Council, but he would...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. S M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sto Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas.street, THIS DAY, the 1st Instant, at.ll o'clock precisely, 4 Horsehair~seated Chairs 1 Pine Table, cedar legs 1 Cedar Chest Drawers 1 Cedar Cbeffonier 1 Cedar Cupbo:ard 1 Cedar Dressing Table 2 Cedar Washstands 1 Bookcase 1 Toilet Glass ? Pictures 2 Clocks, together with a quantity of other Goods, including Oval Boilers, Camp Oseas, Saucepans, Fryingpaas, Gridiron, Washing-Machine, Washing Tubs, Zinc and Wood Buckets, Glass, &c., &c. No Reserve. Terms, Cash. 83 GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, OATEN HAY, &c., &c. H M. COOKBURN has received instructions ,to Sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nicholas-street, THIS DAY, the let Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 20 Bage Bran 10 Boxes Colonial Soap 30 Bags Liverpool Salt 3 Cases Herrings, &c., &o. ALso, TWO TONS OATEN HAY. Terms, Cash. 82 A HANDSOME BAROUCHE For Sale, Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
Ebe Eutnu¶b?lt~ Iime+. TERMS: SussennrTvro.--The amount of subscription to the Q~ueenloand Tins is Seven Shillings and Bispeneper quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and Si pence credit. The quartorer terminate on the 30th eop tember, 31st December, 31st March, and 30th June, at w hich periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of lse ncurrent quarter. Single copies, Bixpence. kVERnTISEMBeT are inserted according to the fol owing scale: s. d. Two lines................................ 1 0 Four linee................................. 2 0 Sir lines ................................. 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 'The following Discount is allowed on all advwrtise ments continued For 6 insertions ............... 10 per cent. 13 .............. 15 26 ................ 25 All advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
DEPARTURES. March 27.--eano, brigantine, 142 tons, Captain Stew art, for the Richmond River, in ballast. March 27.-Balclutha, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Trouton, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. W. Grimes, Mr. W. F. Kennedy, and four.in the steerage. March 2.-Jane, brigantine, 141 tons, Captain Stewart, for the Richmond River, in ballast. March O.--Remble, steamer, Captain Bell for Bydney. Passengerea-Mr. and Mrs. Powell and servant, Mr. and Mnrs. RogIers, Menare. M'Dougal, Williams, Cameron, Power, and 12 in the steerage.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
Abi4pig * ntcUigeltcc. S - ----- ARRBIVALS. March 28.-Kembla, steamer, 320 tons, Captain Bell, from Sdney. Pausenger-Maiss G. Wicks, Mr. Price, Mr. Ljon, and 4 in the steerage. March S29.--Clarence (e.), 800 tons, Captain Cottior, from the Northern Ports. Passengers-Mrs. Powers, Mesors. Anealow, G. Hart, Shaw, Cockrell, M'Dougall, B. Mass, Robere, Cobham, Collins, Hewett, M'Dougal, A Murray, Williams, Fegan, Payton, Cameron, Phitpot, M'Clelland, Roberta, and 14 in the steerage.
THE IPSWICH ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
TEE IPSWICH ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. . The official declaration of the poll was made by W. Heudren, Esq., Returning.Of?icer, ou Saturday last, at the Court-house. T[he eturillg-Oflicer said he had called a meeting for the declaration of the poll for ten o'clock, to suit the convenience of those interested, and to enable the can. didates to return thanks. He declared the result ,f the poll to be as follows: Macalister........................... 242 Bell ................................. 154 Majority for Macalister ... 88 No votes were recorded for Mr. Seott. Twenty-three votes were rejected as informal, being made apparently by persons who could not read-they had struck out the name of the person they intended to vote for. He declared Mr. Macalister to be duly elected a member of the Queensland Parliament. Mr. Macalister said it became his duty on that oceasion to acknowledge his thanks for the high honour they had ceonferred upon him. In doing so, he had no intention to ta...
Monday, March 31. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. J. Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
Monday, March 31. Before the Police-Magitrate and Mr. J. Murphy. Francis Porter and Robert Black, charged with fighting in the streeto, were dischargead with a reprimand.. BasEACa or THE IorOUN O Acr-Ansted e. Ha senhamp.-Mr. Chubb for plaintiff, and Mr. Thompson for the defence. This was a summons ease, brought against Hasenkamp fg selling a mare, the property of Ansted, before the time required by the Act, it having been sold witlin 24 days after the appearance of the ad vertisement in the Governmenit Gazette. Mr. Thompson objected that there was no proof of defendant being the duly appointed poundkeeper, or that the pound was a pound within the meaning of the Act. The Bench up. held the objection, and dismissed the case. Ansted v. Mehan was postponed till next day.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 25. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. J. Murphy. FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
IPSWlCH POLICE COURT.' Tuesday, March 25. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. J. Murphy. FlOtNY. Arthur White Sterling Minor and Robert Clarke were brought upon remand obharged with stealing, on the 28th of January, a quantity of jeweliry, wearing apparel, &c., the property of Samuel Bloom; and Daniel Sullivan and Mary Ann Bullivan with receiving the same, knowing them to be stolen. Laurence Dowling deposed that he apprehended Arthur White on the charge of committing the robbery at Busrabu, and explained the charge against him; found a knife, a piece of gold, and a watch-key, a shirt, and two straps, which Bloom identified as his property. Sergeant Carson deposed that he knew the prisoners at the bar; on the 18th of March he executed a search warrant on the prenmises of Sterling Minor, and found a pocket book in ajam jar; found also a knifeand a carpet bag; searched the bouse of John Welch on the 17th instant, and found the parcel produced; the articles were identified by B...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
Local at.b Di.trict Nae . Tan RasVIner OF ran RECTOoB LaSrn. - The revision of the electoral roll for Ipswich took place on the 26th and 27th ultimo. Mr. Collins appeared on behalf of Mr. J. E. Raymond, who had objected to upwards of 200 names; and Mr. Chubb appeoed on behalf of Mr. Thomas Green,who objected to 136 names. The whole of Mr. Raymond's objections were upset through infor mality; of the objectiens made by Mr. Green 8i were sustained, amongst others Mr. Raymond's name was struck off the list. On the 28th altimo tke revision of the West Moreton list took place, when the whole of the objections (about 230) made by Mr. Owen Conner, were set aside from informality. The result of the revision is that about 170 names have been added to the eleotoral ral of Ipswich, and about 400 to that of West Meoreton. FAnmwnsE TEa-MEErTo. - It will be seeo by our advertising columns, that the friends of the Rev. W. Curnow intend to hold a tea-meeting in the Wesleyan Church to-morrow evening,...
Friday, March 28. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
Friday, March 28. Before the Police-Magistrate. Michael Walsh was committed to Brisbane gaol as dangerous lunatic. James Donaldson was fined 5s., in default 24 hours in the cells, for drunkenness. 1Edmund Owens was charged by Catherine Connolly with feloniouTs stealing certain cattle. Case postponed till Tuesday (this day). Saturday, March 29. Before the Police'Magistrate. John MeNamara was found guilty of using obsrone language, and fined £1~, in default of payment 14 days' imprisonment. Sandy, an aboriginal, found guilty of drunkenness, was fined 5s., in default 24 hours in the cells. austed v. Meehan, illegal detention of property, and Austed v. Hasenkamp, breach of the Impounding Act, were postponed to the Blst.