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MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
TO.?lr-ario? r-d ie slandering bachelor says it is ?' nmfch.joy' 'when ou trnt get married, but it is more iayacter.a year. ora. o. ,i'. Spurgeon,2ately preaching, stopped short hi'the middle a his sermon, and aid, "' Perhaps, my friends, yin my thblik'I'rnhlca, but if you adl rmtblo tothe ddvil, ?['Ie' r?nble' afte you."-- Court Joarnol. °'Tciasepltabl isithscribed on the grave of a smuggler in ?susu~ty ehdarolyard; be Wno shot by the eXclseman :-. "Here Ili ~ kille4 by the oI's.". HOW cImuerD troPos be expected to prpper the 'The'NewYork DaJoyedBk msays it don't betlieve inthe wateracre,and giresas a reason--" There is Mr. John. .aon,the noted politioal:editor, be, has been lyjng in Al s~,l et for twenty years, and he is worse now than eter.", .. . * Au a toodreason 'foe dlseoetioulag a paper, a Wiestern printer h.s gsheth:it a". We strike the namee of two of our subetibes Iroa mmourtabole this week; who haverbeen sreminly ItgimTons.- ; We do this because we arenot a a their prese...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
Iocal anlt bttrtct Nces;. TaE MAIL 7oR SBrDNEez P TELhORAPe.-The mails for Sydney and the southern colonies will be made up at the Ipswich Post-ofilee this evening,-for recistered let ters and newspapers st six o'clock,aand for ordinary letters at 9 o'clok p.m. T?RE ScHoot or AdTas.-The quarterly meeting of the members of the School of Arts will be held in tihe new hall thisevening, at half paet seven o'clock. The usual meeting of the discusesion elass will take place on Monday eveinu; the aeubjet for disoussion is, "Is capital pun ishment justifiableP" L??rn Sat?as.-A sale ef land will take place at the po. lice-ofe, Ipswich, on Monday next, as per tha adver tisement which aspesrs in another column. A sale is to take place at Maryborcugh on the same day. We observe that the Guardian states that the Minister of Lands and Works has entered upon the duties of his oftcea, and that his staff consists of a olerk (Mr. Hugh SStowell) and a messenger.. BIanY HOToN.--This blackfellow, who wa...
WESLEYAN CHURCH. VALEDICTORY TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
WESLEYAN CITURCO. VALEDInTOeY TEA MIEETING. On Wedneaday evening the Rev. Mr. Curnow was ineited to a valedictory tea meeting at the Wesleyvan Church. There was a large attendance of members of thiecvarious denominations of the town, who did full jus tice to the excellent provision made by the ladies con nected with the Church. The interior of the edifice was ornamented with evergreens, and over the pulpit was the text, " My presence shell go with thee," worked in flowers and leaves, upon a white ground. After the tables had been eleared, H. M. Cockburn, Esq., J.P., was voted to the chair. Mr. Coukburn, in taking the chair, begged to acknow. ledge the honour conferred upon him in requestling him to preside on thle prevent occasion; but he must at the some time, in justice to himself, state that it was not with any feelings of pleasure that he attended thle meet. ing, further than that he could not but always esteem it a pleasure tn render honour to whomsoever honour was dre, and in ...
HOME WOOL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
HOME WOOL MARflTS. We give the following interesting review of the wool market during thl ear1881 for the lformation of our numerous subsoribers who are intrebnted therein: S:.*- Loudon,Jaonuary, 1862. Mr. EHIumrrT 8KwKBATZU oeports Arnmerican affaira have from-the beginning to the end of theyear just elapsed chiefly engrossed public attention. The year was ushered in with theannoubeemeht of nu meroes uspenseone ofd-d and large irms in New York, onsequent4apon the patrioticsaerples of rsbhy.foithern merchants to pay debts due to Northerners. thi-strew. was soonlfollowed' by the intelligeonce of the resignation of the members .of the Washington cabinet, the iBrst step - towards a bresoh,,which mayrre bejond rbmedy." Nearer hsome, the erbanwraments of the Grreek interest and the tirde failure in Paris,-as well istbe frandswhieh?.t - guished the Commeeial ~Bank were oted only as everts oua subordinate imnportance. The far East, too, cotri buted his .shre to the misfortaneof the year, w...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting took place on Wemdnesday, at four o'clock. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Cribb, O'Malley, Watkins, Thorn, Clune, and Stanley. The Town-Cklrk read the minutes of the previous meeting. The Overseer's weekly reports (2) were read. The following reports of the Finance Committee were put and passed: For the week ending 26th March : MI. O'Snllivan, contract for Mortimer-street.. £52 12 6 Wages and cartage .......... ......74 O W. Besser ... ... ... ...... 2 7 6 P. N. Russell S, Co.......... ... 15 10 6 W. White & Co., work on Mr. IeoFy's allot ment ... ... ... ... ... .4 18 For the week ending 2nd April: oohn Cameron,.for storage ......... £1 0 0 Mr. M. Real, salary ... ... ... ... 4 0 7 Town.Clerk's salary ... .......... . 16.13 4 Wages and cartage ............... 8 17 8 BBnDGE OVER TEnuaRREMcB. The following letter from the Colonial-Secretary's Oficee was read: " Colonial Serretary's Office, "Brisbane, March 19th, 186L "Brs,-In f...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
IMPORTS. Samson: 1 ease, Bank of Australasia; 5 hogsheads rum, 1 bogshead brandy, H. 8. Bland; I bale, 2 cases drapery, 20 bags rice, I 0s0e soap, 40 mats rice, 1 case hams, 1 case cheese, 4cheats 10 boxes 2 packages tea, 2 bags pepper, 2 bags cotton, 1380 bags augar, 8 packages, I Oribb and Footes I1 package sperms, 1 ease jams, W. Grimes ; 1 case, O. I. Green; 11 bags salt, W. Glay and Co.; 16 boxes tea, I package, L. Heit s; 2 cases furniture, 1 bundle spades, 1 case drapery, 1 case cheese, 8 bozes glsas, H. J. Layers and Co.; 1 case sauces, 8 boxes caedlea, 3 boxes raisina, I case cheese, 2 casks salmone, I rase salad oil, 8 cases lobsters, M. and 11. Levy; 1 ease tobacco, E. H. Lloyd; 20 bags flour, 2 bales woolpackt, I case peam, I case capers, 1 case ale, 2 kegs oatmeal, 1 case oil stores, 1 case hates, 12 cliests tea, 2 cases, G. IH. Wilson and Co.; 8 parcels, 8. F. White.. head ; 412 bags flour, Order.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
51) aontenants Qthtiitri. TERMS: Suascar?rror.--The amount-af anmbrilor t e Qeenetuland Time ia Seven Shilling.s ut Uleepeer quarter, if paid in adveance, or Eight8hlll6l?gsd - pence credit. The qatteraletrminate n onhe:flje.ep tember, 8tat December, 81st March, jidadit Juue, at which periods enJy can subsoribear deoline, by giving notice, eod paying the amount due to the endc of e current quarter. Single copies, Sixpence. ADVBTrTEMsENTSi are inerted accrdi g10 to l?b l owing scale:- , Two lines.............................. ... 1 Four line+ .................. S 0 Six lines ...n * Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or dineh 1 'O The followtin Discount is allowed on all advertie. xments eontinue- For 6 osaertioaas ............;.;'10 iOper renat. . . . ,, ...........1.... 5 , 26 ,0 , ....... 2 ... , All eadvertisemente must specify oWttb?esea.fithem he number of times they are to be ineerted, or they will be continued till countermanded and ,argedo...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 4 April 1862
Cnaiiuttdrial. The following produce has been reeived and for warded:--From the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.--4 bales wool, WFK over K; I ditto ditto, 1xf ; t ditto ditto, OBO; 13 ditto ditto, I ditto and 1 pocket greasy, 2 hales and 1 bundle sheepskins, PD. From the stores of Messrs. Ponton and Co.-21 horsheads Isallow, - cask ditto, (I hides, 3 hundles skins. Prom the stores of Mr. H. V. HRes 11-4 bales wool, 9 bales skins, 1 bondle sheepoklno. U x T; 11 bales leather, 8 bales cow hair, 39 hides, TGQR; 3 bales wool, 10 bundles skins, GC in triangle; 10 bales wool, SS; t20 bales wool, CaB. From tile stores of Mr.R. Forrest--4O bales wool, 24 hides, TT over T.
Home and Foreign Extracts. ENGLISH AND FRENCH NAVAL EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
J ome anb jofrilgn M'itrMcu. ENGLISH AN~DI ThENCE NAVAL E~XPENDI. -TUR K: '. 'B-fore the present theati;it state of thints in rrailti to the Utited SuatH,!theedltbrir t the.lerldi of lence publisheid cin'e tntmbattlbt Deflttwr) 11w toloal~ng:r 'intef&~tlh~iftibtib1~~'~ ·t 41t5-r. pitati Ye ex~PeditW4¶iiy tWiiiitfjfi!S: ytellj *o tb4' gmalies ifr Etagnlatit 'nitaU . t~it f~'ert~eilj"' Iprove bhat there has ;deq *si?dlen' sripa. aslsriiita? increase in the'Frencei~gaRvt o ugh It mtn'hsve twin grall l niidl 1ed mdagnpq: t~ p. wants if a conuntry.-whichJb s ma-) clnuis On the other handl there ha??4 -a very laIrge increase in te English ntiOvy. . . 'l'trl editor prefaceibhls~*its ? tt?i. Ai-'t'?r~e wt rery mmphnlici5!y to drp. ati.tntln iiothe fIet shot. we In n,,t datiis thee t1Fs bfheh'fe~ rlal-e tne SDit" mates ,nil before thi Char~ir4.; Ctese a8i?, ,P'P . ant almitted on all liadsajiot o represpf the full amau'ita expnried 'in the diffeint departmei%,h.e. cause by that power...
VICTORIA LAND LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
'VITORIAtANOi LAW. (Frdrs tZ'f M. He~rld.) The new Laund Bill fir Victolria, we hoar, has pa.ssed thrpugh po?nsiittee in theAsasonildy. .nId, haivinr ,thps .wpseherpd tiIe An.istiitriyl-part of iti; ciar..r,.D.y,. be eexpeltedl.to' ,int. more.t.pecefully tlnnig th re maiining portion of its Parliamentary. cruise., Unil it IsIlly reps.es in the quiet' Iliven, f' Vic-rcaral aiiction. Col;midi G iiverriiurrs ha've lresiplyhliad ti, put their tamesto, qieer:ls:iuminruts. aint, almstaining as they do frnm all purwiinal oritl clrn rit the, measursa shimitted. to them. and. endorsing with the raiyal auffersumce everythilng that is,not dijrctly qt variince with, imperial. inipestt?. they may expect,t> hare t, siign dorilomenta sticj mire remarikasble Tir thii asntgiiitnis toi comnimonr .sene thni any that hvsr yet been subiliii'ed lor their imprimatur ':But it has sit., as yet, .0ten happened that the.snma Governor hb.s to .assent *,i mteaunies .|initrIdirtery oh weich. other, anidof whi...
VICTORIA. Melbourne, Thursday afternoon, March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
VICTORIA. MelbonuratThursday afternoon, March 27th. The Land Bill-tbat erl?sting source of wordy debate in ib. Aaemoly--hae at, length pased through committee, rxerpt as reearns. the imrigra tion clauses, on ,which,. however, the .Housae .is agated, their adoption orily awaiting the duo observsanct of a parliamentary form. But ithe battle is not yetover. The bill is to be opposed on the thin! reading by the whole strengath of the Opp ?sition, backed, anso far as possitle, by "the people" among the constituencies. Membeis who nvoted for the ten years' climse have Iwen taken to task by the committees which secnred theirelection. onvention meetings hayeJ ten beld, aod, the usual. qutatitv of balderdash ablout " settling the people ,n th'ejaeiplFe'shland' has been ,spkegn, Iftllowei,.or. bh?wl; oaecrrding to the sitylr of oratory ii. favour. in the several.l tocalitiee Mr.- AspiuRal qd Mr. Lismfray, both members of the Henales Admils. tration, have been favwonued with sl?cial notice by ...
SNAKE IN A CRINOLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
Sn.Az. In a CRtnootLIE.-The other day,, MIrs. Ralph; of Fairy -Mesdowr-hsd inecsion tfooltO*hifl few sticks for the plgpe? .of liglting a fli?. ?lhe s;ent into a sawpit. lolung out of us.e, for that pur. pose, whllere turning over some of the old refuse, the snake ilet hiavre got snder her clothes ansi snugly ensconced himself amid the steel hoops of her crinolih, remnilling there for at least six or seven hours. :She ie ubot made aware ol her dlan gelous position uontil the ritptile, beroming tited of his qarlters, was making his exit? in doing this he' eoiled'him.self illnd Iper. leg, .his tail lying acros heir bot ,and his 'heedadbove her knee, when Mr.. Ralph lifted up.ber grsneiots.to ascenain whiL it was. She thel disnoore;ed,.o her orroi rnwat lwas theb caue of her suppo-ing thlat her under grmnents were fplling down, all dae. PrUvidentially. she escaped srilslt, orid is now quite reeovered.frilt. her.tlilht.--1lakmarra Mercury. Dz?ITRESSINO LtB OF ?U Buiss.e-On Saturday mlor...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
)EPARTURE. Agpril 5.- Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain O'Rdilly, for Sydney. Passengers-- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hood, Miss Hood, Masters Hood (2), Mrs. W. Gray, Messrs. W. Gray, A. Fees, IL Bowland, W. W. Austian, J. O. CampbelL A. Murray, H.L. Barker, J. M. Thompson, W. J. Shaw, Peyton, I. Pettigrew, W. J. Munce, E. Newton, A. Nightmgale, W. Carey, Dr. Mor rison, and 20 in the steerage.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
NEW SOUTH WA fS. -. 9sym eke bStney MonY rn'Heraeld4l en-ha beco falsther prog iguel.by rInolp - al11 Tuesday, the.2tBh of April. and rns placd in qrpmntioe fir thethe £ tsls .Wl(eati use Preventimon Act oflt861, l ars sUbud' ue quntnle I, 0.d Wk eapp.d deer from theRajinahalHills, I been imnported in the shil Royal Saxon l;~ib oza. 6 dwts. 4 g·n. of gbd were received from the vseltions escorts last week This is the larz vub t tnf goldyet received here in any one week, and if tbeqekorts could ha e brousrht pll that wars in hant, 'te yield would have been some The rlog operotione ot the Murrnmbidee are stated to bi progressin? in a very satisfactory manner, nailer thp sauperintendlence ofCaptain David lower. Peiorrt tse departure of the Bishop of Sydney by the mail'steamer on Saturday, he presilded at the Comtptaino aervicre, and administered that rite to 209 pembersof the Church of Ensglanl. An address from the cler?gy and laity of the diocee wat also pr mcntd to the Bishop, and sui...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
IMPORTS. Telegraph: 9 horses, 2 drays, Brown; 1 box, 1 cask, E. J. C. Brown; 2 boxes silver coin (£1000), Bank of Australia; 1 case, Bank of New South Wales; I bale leather, Brenneke; 1 parcel, J. P. Bell; 2 bags cotton, 4 cases drapery, 6 boxes tin, 4 bales wire, 85 packages, Cribb and Foote; 12 eases currants, Cockburn; 8 drums nails, mat rope, 2 cases boots, 1 case sundries, 1 case drapery, 1 bale woolpaeks,'l ease saddlery, 80 bags flour, I bundle frying-pans, 1 bundle buckets, 1 bundle pots, Christian; 1 ase groceries, 4 chests tea, 1 cask vinegar, 6 bags rice, I keg lime juice, 4 cases jams, Cordell; I box, Mrs. Gaulfield; 2 casks glass, Davidson; 1 case biscuits, Davis; 1 keg tobacco, Gray sad Co.; 1 case mustard, 1 case drapery, 2 cases bottled beer, 1 ease wine, I ease brandy, I crate crockery, I box sperms, I ease sugar, 2 cases groceries, I crate crockery, 4 cases sun dries, 1 case ares, 4 kegs paint, 4 bundles ovens and lids, 4 bundles iron pots, I bondle spades, ]8 mats...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
EXPORTS. Telegnph: 18 baes, I pocket wool, bales,.l bundle skins, I cue, G. H."Wilson aua Co.; 19 bale wool, J. C. White; 22 hides, I bundle skins, Crib o.d Foote; S2 casks tallow, 7 hides, I bundles sklins, Panton and Co.
TO P. O'SULLIVAN, ESQ., M.L.A. "Black as night he stands, Fierce as ten furies, terrible as hell."—MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 April 1862
TO P. O'ULLTVANi, ESQ., M.L.. (Perfavour of the SGeensCad Time.) "Black as night he stands, Fierce as ten fores, terrible no hBl."-Mlcrtoi . 51m,-Aeeept my best thanks for your kirid and affee tionate letter. I ean assure you it found me in exeilent health, though I am sorry to think that it left you in a eonvulsioe. Should you ever rise from your present af fietion, I hope you will stand forth a wiser ifnota bettelr man. There is a law in the moral as weIll as in the 01- tural world, that everything finds its level, and you lile everyone else are subject to its influence-and you are rapidly finding yours, down, down, down into the depths' of public disapprobation and scorn.. You. annot. help. it, struggle as you will. The love of power is one.of the, strongest passions in the breast of man. Two or three. years ago, when youe thought that you and your party were supreme in Ipewieb, and when a certain clergyman boasted in the North Asraltius that be would soon have : his flock so dis...