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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
kBSTRACT OF SALES B! AUCTION. Tiie DaY. By Mr. H. M. CoCunsRN, at hi rooms, at 11 o'clock lurniture, merchandize, oaten hay, &c. At 12 o'clock, a handesme barouche. TavsUBDAY, APrIL. 8. By Mr. H. I. Ooclsun, at the Corporation Sale-yards, at 11 o'lock, 8 head of borses, saddles, bridles, &c. By'M?A zscKs? & BOWLYND, it their New Mart, at 12i o'clock, general merchandize.
"UNDER CONSIDERATION." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
"UNDER 00NSIDERATION." (Prom the Nation) We have had very frequently to notice those meetings which have taken place in the West,. for the purpose of providing, against tile famine which threatens a portion of our people.. We have echoed the sad presage, of the warning which there has been raised, and endeavoured to concentrate publico attention on the subject. By the executive of those meetings, appeals have been addressed to the Irish Government, in order that efforts might be made to stay the desolation which impends in tihe vicinity where they were held. Those appeals were made by persons whose responsibility gave weight to teir testimony. No doubt has been raised of the cruel nature of distress which has evoked them. They have been made in good faith, and they are regarded in good: faith. and to each and every onsetof them, indubitable as they are. and dreadful as their import, if they should be neglected, ope answer has been returned only, and that is, that the subject is rece...
EQUAL REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
SQUAL REPRESENTATION. TNow that the excitement of a contested election is over, we may sit down and quietly review some of the circumstances which have occurred in connexion with that excitement. Perhaps one of the most prominent facts which has fbeen brought under the notice of the public, is htle one which was quoted by Mr. P. O'SuL IVAN, M.L.A., at the declaration of the poll: This ignorant faction, who could not even aniite their ito with ours in the matter of the Crimean Fund, or ore recently in the Grammar School, may from this me take their aslfidarits that never again will they have he power to return a member for town, country, or orporation. The gentleman who quoted these words said e would make no remark thereon, further than state that they had only one member in the ssembly. He foeoreot, however, to state that hen they had five members in the Town ouncil they were not content According to e number of the population, they are entitled o one-fourth of the represenlation, ...
SHEEP AND STATIONS. No. V.—WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
SHEEP AND STATIONS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) No. V.-WooL. From the period at which Macarthur first intro duced the merino sheep into New Sooth Wales, wool has formed the staple export of the colony. The early discovery of the adaptation of the climate and herbage to the growth of fine wools, was hailed by manufacturers athome as a new era in the trade; and the importance to England of a wool producing colonywasthoroughlyappreciated. Atthecommeiae ment of this century, the manufacture of cotton had not attained the wonderfnl proportions of which it now can boast, but yielded the palm to wdol in the amount of labour and capital it employed. The woollen was then the staple manufacture of England, and although she was capable of proalucing in abnodance the coarser kinds of the raw material, she was wholly dependenit on foreign supplies for the finer descriptions, while these of course were in constant danger. of being cut off by the frequent ware in which Europe was embroiled. ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
DIARY. MEMORIANDIA O. TaE WEEKE. APRiL. l.ses. Sun HtghWatz.on It Ises. S Sets. I Morn. I Aftbmn 1 TUEnLDY_...... 614t 665 II 11 230 S( WE?DESDAon ... 61( 54 ( 11 4 -0 0 3 | TU?RsDA ...... [ 61 I 5 S3 [ 0 24 | 0 50 4 Farna ......... ( 6 15 1 5S2 156 1 4 5 5 | Aroany ..... | 615 | 61 156 215 I SvonAr ......... O 6 20 ? 0 5 0 4 7 Monoar ......... | 6 !o .5O | 4 1 The dfferentc In time between high water at the Bar and Bnriebe is i hour 45 minutes, and Ipswich I hours S5 minute., wbieh dirrenes mtust be added to the time of hIlgh water on the -ar. Tileeasterly winds on the coaso of the Bay, and ths finshes u. -heriver, oten caune a variation from our table, but these arse .nereny iaidenta], aod goreroed by no koows law. fUESDAY, APRIL Ei, 186s. TUE8DAY, APRIL 1, 1862.
ANTHEM [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
ANTHEM On occasion of the Death of Hi'Royal Highness the Prince Comort. BY NlWM£N HOA~t5l, LD.B" God save our gracious Queen! Long live our noble Queen I God save the Queen ! Lord hend her bleeding heart, Aesuage 3ti grierous smart, Thy heavonly peace impart, God save the Queen I Our Eoyal widow bless 1 God guard the fatherless r Shield them with Queen! Ther mighty grief we sh1re, Lord hoar the people-s prayer SGod save the Queen !. , O Lord our God, arise! Bless England's enemies c ' On Thee we call! Let Borrow whisper Pece, Bid wrong and anger cease Let truth and love increase' Make evil fall I In tlis oure nation'n need, With thee we humbly plead I H l- God bles our Queen I Her life-woe sanctify, '3 Her loss untold supply, THYSELFtoeeer nigh To save out Queen ! AnDTlItOALt TO THE NATIONAL ANTIIE'.-At Mr. Lenlic'ncncoeri, at Hanover-square Rooms, a Now e on Thro the stomary l oyaland, tribute 01), «pare our Queen * f the atnal Anthe m reopl' Leslies ownyer, rra Guide her the subjo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 April 1862
BIRTH. On the 29th March, at her residence, Nicholas-street, Ipswich, Mrs. J. W. Wilder of a daughter. 66 MARRIAGE. At Allora, by the Rev. Thomas Kingsford, James Jones Kingsford, Mayor of Warwick, to Sarah, only daughter of Mr. Allan McInnes, Glenco, near Warwick. DEATH. At Willow Cottage, Drayton, on the 27th March, Margaret Elizabeth North, aged 22 years 6 months, the beloved wife of Francis North, Esq., deeply regretted by all who knew her. 65
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
?tonme ansb tortiwt *xtrat.ct A SUSSEX Roiawns.-A story of ranninn after a lover in masculine attire has very often been told, but in oe of the principal towns in Sussex, 'thle same course, from exaictly the opposite motive, lies it is said been lately adopted. 'As the story runs, a young lady, not out of her testeris, pretty, and in' well-to~-do circhuastsndes, had plressed upon her by her friends a matrimonial engagement to which she had the greatest aversion To.escape?o the pr secitit;h bich this lirugbt!?ipob hl~r she di) as riiabiy'a-'erohe"bf romance, had dortie hefors-san away from home. To be disedvered and tsten home rasnoiaot herpurpose;she prociired male attire, dfedihi?e t, 'louks of raven hair, and somehow or otberl ." sonths ago, she obund hbreelf in the townyi ? lsr? e etory had arisen. Chance would have it'tiSt large firuitererwas in want of help, and hemr the young lady in her unhleoming disguise worked halrd and with satisfaction to her employer .until th'e time ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, &c. HIO. OOCEBURN has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, NieholaBastreet, THIS DAY, the 4th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 5 tons floor, 1 ton bran, 10) boxse. soap, 6 cases curry powder, 3 tons salt. Asso, I square piano, 1 cedar chefsonier, &e., &c. Terms, Oash. 118 ALLOTME"NT OF LAND, Situate in Ridge-Lana, Lttle Ipswich. - . COCKBURN ba received instructions from Mr. C. McGrath to sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nieholas street, THIS DAY, the 4th Instant, .at 12 o'clock precisely, ALL THAT ALLOTMENT OF LAND. ontailuag by admeasurement one rood, more or seas, situatr in Ridge-lane, Little Ipswich, being :pait of original garden allotment No. 32. Title good. Terms at Sale. 47 - NEW AUOTION MART. SALE OF HORSES TO-MORBROW. ? A'CKENZIE & BOWL AND have received in Ztructions from W. E. Rodgers, Esq. (who has lelt for Sydoey1. to dispose of by public auction, On SATURDAY (TO-MOR...
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. X. [TORRES STRAIT CRUISE CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
* *IiktRING[Nes i V6dbPicAL AUisTRALIA. No. .. .... .... . 1IFze,??o?,?. X.?Ra Ctd.) _ . We rncaln'Tnr't 'ndays atePort. ~ bany, _Caae fr;awl naTh?. t e intervals, and on one opp?pgi, the-only,~neonded.a night for three months , I'eM a such stormy weather, with 'very %~esvy~mPeslle,and a gooddeal of rain. The wind lkept pirety'teady,,and with us; modied perhaps. .tlitteoby. the sInluence of she land, it was generally at W. lyN. .Although well sheltered,"with no sea teinsonvenience us,' yet it wnsjudged 'pctdent to iet' go a second anchor, send down royal and top gllant yards, and house the topgallant-mastaS. "iih water was procured with great facility from a: ""l on the main land abreast of our anchorage, aqid idenht t m it- rathe" less than a mile. 'At this time it wks inolong in a stream over the beach in ,h o'ght hand onrner, from what at other times is a swamp, and, probably, during the pre;alence of 8.E. winds, the water is brackish at the lower pert. A few nativee.came about, ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
htiqpt~ hf *Itttligcnce. ---4--- ARRIVALS, April l.-Samson, atoe?ber1 10 tona, Captain Brownu, from ydneys 27th ullf imo, I. euoa-Nil. Aprll 2. -'elemph', steamer, 700 tone, Caedrln O'Reilly, *111SBdney Blae t ovel. Puaengcrsn-tdso Cameron, M(iu Lery, lu bla M. Leery, i-8, Smith, Kin Damon, I~ghlt hr. Dr. Q?uim, Mn? taro. Moale, -iuac, J. B Diz6n, Younlge1' Levy, 0. Davidnoe, ,eitv, J. . Spenoe, . T. G8 gor, V. Brown, Those Sprat, J. Sprmt, ?n n i8 the steOerage DEPARTURES. Aril L--Clarerncsm, t erO Captai ottaier, for orilhnar Pmt.. Pauna.rar--Meun .. .na?glaeds, Sclly, Buelgey, Wallace, J. 0. tlaader, Loegnan, Co_, B.. J. dley, jun., S.eroule and 60 in thC ,2tL e h .1n B " '
THE CHORAL SOCIETY AND THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
THE CHORAL BOCIETY AND THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. 'othe 5ditor of the QOenuesd Times. Sm,--! notice in your valuable journal of this morning a letter 'hb~ring the signature of '.' A Member," who assigns a a reason for the Choral Society not giving a concert ih aid of some local charity, that the Committee of the School ofArts charges six guineas for the ue of the hall. Now, I would simply suggest to Mr. " MIem her" the propriety of strictly adhlerisig to the truth when he again wrtes to convey information to the public, and not attempt to-make the society of w?hich he isa member popular with the public at the expense of the Commnittee of the School of Arts. When Mr. Haimberger'a aocietyj offered their services in behalfof the HEspital, the Committee of ithe School of Arts offered them their hall gratuitously (and which act has since been publicly aecknowledged by thile Secretory of the Hospital), and they will gladly give the Choral Society the hree use of it lwhenever they may require it ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
DI AR Y. MeKstA P roEPR TEE WEEK. YMRNI Su re I Hghat. e APatR. I Rises. Sn Sets. Ml m. l. 4 F vA ......... 6 15 I 5 521 115 I 5 5 lSATRD A ...... 6 15 i 6 I 56 2 15 6 lSeen n ......... 616 5 50 i 6 2 54 7 IO?^ Yor. ........ 61 5eIS49 ? 15 3-3 8 Tn?aDA' ...... 6 17 s5 8 55 (?416 9 xvzv.?snAY.. -.--- II ar ..s s," 10 TeTvnsna ...... 6iT 1 4(6 I5 20( 5 42 T'ile diflerence in time betwetn high etater at the Bar and Drisbane is i hour 45 minutes, and Ipawith S hous 25 minutes, which dlffeneose must be added to the time of high water on the 3ar, Tseeasterly winds nethectuast of the Bay, and the 'resbes is ube river, elten cause a variation from enr table, but these are snerely accidental, andgoverned by no known law. Cb tedUCtI0alJb Etimns. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1862.
ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
ADJOUENEI} MEETING. The Council met at 10 o'clock on Thursday morning. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Thorn, Watkins, Stanley Clone, Cribb, and O'MIaelley. The Council went into an examination of the appli cants selected yesterday, and Mr. Charles Balding and Mr. Simon Oldham bad a personal interview, after which Alderman Cribb moved, and Alderman Clone seconded, the appointment of Mr. Charles Balding as Town-Sur veyor and Overseer, which was carried unanimously. Mr. Balding was then called in and informed by the Mayor thathe had been selected to fill the oefce, and it was arranged that he should enter upon his duties on Monday next. BaIDoa ovne Ten SEUSEB. The Mayor informed the Council that MeEsrs. RoUrble and Monroe, who wore practical bridge builders, had been engaged in sounding the river to ascertain the nature of the bottom, for tmhe purpose of building a bridge, and they found that it would'be impossible to erect a pile bridge, but ansubmitted a plan of a bridge to be construct...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
TiE xUNaICIA EmECTION. WE have to remind our town readers that tlhey have a duty to perform on Monday next, in electing an Alderman for the Municipality in the place of Jons Muoavu, Esq., resigned. There are two candidates before the electors, MVIr. JOins MaLSON TnoCesPON, who has before occupied a sat in the Council, and Mr. OwEN CosNon, who is a stranger to public life, and who is the same individual whose services the corporation declined to accept at a salary of £lO10R year as inspector of nuisances. Of the ?qnalifications of thie two candidates no com parison can be made, every intelligent man in 'the Csnmniunity beiig fully., aware of the .ouperrorfitnees of Mr. Taosesom. Tbere is, however, one great danger in this -election against which we feel it our duty to Ivarn the ratepayers, and that is their running away with thie idea that the candidature of Mr. CosNOR is so absurd that he will obtain few eotes, in fact thet there is not a shadow of a . .chance of his getting in. ?f ...
A NEW GOLD-FIELD IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
i' EW GOW.VlEL p N PEN8 LAIER. We hai bee vrnere oa with s;iw ?f some nuggets of gold recently bbt?ined:on the station of Meos., Ilavia & Co.e Peak e.'pe, sit±ad about 280.eidles beyoond Rolkhampo"un (est-by north), pn thb Drummqis Radne, jve~t f Peal4)Downs ,-Tle .spdt is distilctly maiea 1iftisa o8ap ee e on Gi q'e track, aid i tike wise on cr idja~e 'to'M, T. '.Hood's alatitn, Terces COreek. ccl gc1Einm also las a nuiuber of flue penmas, lenflyforward C ii fhrom his siperi,:en. ' "r Dpi ,?ia a ptiii itlh Mr. Alfed 'Sade man, 3rlA4 aIdd ir~mccftfloa oispdsy with the hol~gto nabbve'T htad brri aeint g jhtread from 'B~ieyM t#as alleaves mineda~inihe e'Qlaik?,d.t w`s le n iudices w~eidipood ofatthe rate. of , SL oaper oune~. It ao'sy3t the taan. Aitr ipylhaiing sly s brnclahall. At. sc r to7m isolsm t